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Management & Budget
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FY 2006 Budget Memoranda

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BUDGET PROCESS
1 Proposed Schedule and Add/Delete Process for the FY 2006 Budget Deliberations 
11 Expendtiure Reduction Options that are NOT Recommended 
34 Effective Tax Rate Hearing and Advertisement 
36 Update on Proposed Add-Delete Process for FY 2006 
48 Add-Delete Amendments to Identify $16.4 Million in Budget Resources to Pay for Additional 4 Cent Real Estate Tax Reduction 
52 Budget and Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee (BFAAC) Review of the FY 2006 Proposed Budget 
77 Service and Budgetary Impacts of Delaying the Hiring of the Following Positions in Fire; Real Estate Assessments; Parks, Recreation and Cultural Activitites; and Registrar of Voters 
101 First Night Alexandria 
103 DASH Retained Earnings 
105 Cash Capital 
108 Alexandria Capital Development Foundation 
109 Addendum to the Budget and Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee (BFAAC) Review of the FY 2006 Proposed Budget 
110 Preliminary FY 2006 Add-Delete List 
121 Final FY 2006 Add/Delete List 
122 Amended Final FY 2006 Add/Delete List 

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM EXPENDITURES 
32 On-Line Submission of Applications for City Boards and Commissions 
60 Comprehensive Wayfinding Sign Program 
73 IT Plan Priorities 
79 Capital Facilities Maintenance (CFMP) and Building Code Compliance Capital Projects 
80 Space Management Costs 
86 Sanitary Sewer Expenses 
88 Police Department Pistol Range 
102 Capital Improvement Program Planning and Office of Historic Alexandria 
107 Funding for the “New” Fire Station 
111 New Police Facility - Land Acquisition Funds 
120 Capital Improvements Projects (CIP) History 

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FINANCING, DEBT POLICY GUIDELINES 
28 Capital Projects and Maintenance Needs in the Office of Historic Alexandria 

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CITIZEN ASSISTANCE 
 

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COMPARISONS TO OTHER JURISDICTIONS 
13 Police Chief's E-Mails Concerning Compensation 
24 Review of City's Real Estate Tax Relief Program for Elderly and Disabled Persons, Comparison with Programs in Other Jurisdictions and Cost Anaylsis of Changes to Program Income and Asset Limits 
42 The Number of City School Employees that Live within the City, Turnover Rates as Compared with Jurisdictions in the Region and the Estimated Cost of Replacing a Lost Employee 
78 Interjurisdictional Comparison of City and Schools Health Care and Other Benefits 

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COURTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS (EXCEPT SHERIFF) 
72 Questions Regarding the Creation of a Youth Violence Prevention Coordinator 

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 
4 Economic Development Related Spending 
37 Report on Spending to Date Related to the Implementation of Arlandria, Mt. Vernon Avenue, Eisenhower East and King Street Retail Strategic Plans 
51 Budget and Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee (BFAAC) Review of Economic Development Activities in the City 
68 ACVA and $1.00 Per Night Room Tax 

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FINANCE DEPARTMENT 
70 Recordation Tax Funds Set Aside for Possible Affordable Housing Designation 
85 Commercial Parking Tax 
91 Compensated Absences 
96 Maximum Recordation Tax Rate 
105 Cash Capital 
118 Admission Tax - Process for Obtaining a State Sales Tax Exemption 

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FIRE 
9 "Be Ready, Alexandria!" Campaign 
39 Public Safety Compensation Review Process 
56 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) 
61 Emergency Operations left (EOC) 
67 PeeWee Fire Academy 
74 Improvements in Code Enforcement 
77 Service and Budgetary Impacts of Delaying the Hiring of the Following Positions in Fire; Real Estate Assessments; Parks, Recreation and Cultural Activitites; and Registrar of Voters 
79 Capital Facilities Maintenance (CFMP) and Building Code Compliance Capital Projects 
87 Grant Funding for Emergency Generators 
107 Funding for the “New” Fire Station 

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GENERAL SERVICES 
61 Emergency Operations left (EOC) 
112 Increase in Costs for Leased Facilities 

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GRANTS TO NON-PROFITS 
25 Questions on Preschool and Early Childhood Funding 
44 Public Art Funding 

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HEALTH 
71 Alexandria Health Department 

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HISTORIC ALEXANDRIA 
28 Capital Projects and Maintenance Needs in the Office of Historic Alexandria 
30 Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority 
102 Capital Improvement Program Planning and Office of Historic Alexandria 

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HOUSING 
20 Update on the Employee Homeownership Incentive Program (EHIP) 
70 Recordation Tax Funds Set Aside for Possible Affordable Housing Designation 
81 CORRECTED VERSION - (1) Estimated Financial Resources Available for Affordable Housing Development and (2) How to Dedicate One Cent of the Real Estate Tax Rate for Affordable Housing 
92 Calculation of 1 left for Affordable Housing 

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HUMAN SERVICES 
25 Questions on Preschool and Early Childhood Funding 
33 Questions Regarding the Youth Employment Program and the Community Voice Mail Program at JobLink 
40 Alexandria Community Policy Management Team (ACPMT) and Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) Expenses 
46 Pre-School Aged Recreation Programs 
99 Volunteer Ombudsmen in Assisted Living Facilities 
114 Questions Regarding the Fiscal Impact of a Subsidized Transportation Program for City Residents 75 Years of Age and Older 

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INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (OPERATING AND CAPITAL) 
73 IT Plan Priorities 

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INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
95 Regional Public Safety Organizations 

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LIBRARY 
45 Allocation of Funds through the Add/Delete Process to the Alexandria Library for the Metropolitan Washington EAR 
59 Update on Efforts to Upgrade Book Volume at Burke Branch Library Since Council’s 2004 Allocation of 50K Directed to this Effort 

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LONG-RANGE BUDGET ISSUES 
   

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MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET 
11 Expenditure Reduction Options that are NOT Recommended 
62 Update on Department Performance Audits and Benchmarks and Organizational Efficiency 

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MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE 
100 Residential Waiting List; Department of Mental Health/Mental Retardation Substance Abuse 

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OPEN SPACE 
38 Projected Open Space Funding Revenue Over the Next 5-10 Years from the Dedicated 1 Cent 

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PERSONNEL 
10 Report on Employee Compensation Adjustment as a Result of Market Study of Comparator Jurisdictions 
13 Police Chief's E-Mails Concerning Compensation 
39 Public Safety Compensation Review Process 
53 Vacancies by Department 
54 The Feasibility of the City Implementing Prescription Drug Benefits Similar To Montgomery County 
78 Interjurisdictional Comparison of City and Schools Health Care and Other Benefits 
91 Compensated Absences 
98 Cost of Living and Merit Adjustments for Grant Funded Positions 
106 City-Wide Health Fair 

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PLANNING AND ZONING 
84 Status of Preservation and Planning for Freedmen’s Cemetery and the Efforts To Connect Existing Tenant with a New Business Location 

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POLICE DEPARTMENT 
13 Police Chief's E-Mails Concerning Compensation 
39 Public Safety Compensation Review Process 
72 Questions Regarding the Creation of a Youth Violence Prevention Coordinator 
88 Police Department Pistol Range 
104 Alexandria Police Athletic League (APAL) and Recreation Department Reductions/Eliminations in After School Programs 
111 New Police Facility - Land Acquisition Funds 
113 Temporary Police Department Move 
115 Prevention and Reduction of Crime 
116 14 Additional Police Officers and Performance Measures 
117 Comparison of Crime Statistics and Funding 

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REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENTS AND TAXATION 
2 Calendar Year 2005 Real Property Assessment Report 
5 Fiscal Impact of Real Estate Tax Rate Reduction Options 
8 Ten Year History of Real Property Tax Increases and Decreases 
14 Impact of Tax and Assessments Cap 
16 Proposed Tax and Fee Rates Advertisement 
24 Review of City's Real Estate Tax Relief Program for Elderly and Disabled Persons, Comparison with Programs in Other Jurisdictions and Cost Anaylsis of Changes to Program Income and Asset Limits 
34 Effective Tax Rate Hearing and Advertisement 
64 Property Ownership in the City 
66 Impact of New Construction 
75 Effects of Tax Deductibility on Increase in Real Property Taxes 
77 Service and Budgetary Impacts of Delaying the Hiring of the Following Positions in Fire; Real Estate Assessments; Parks, Recreation and Cultural Activitites; and Registrar of Voters 
81 CORRECTED VERSION - (1) Estimated Financial Resources Available for Affordable Housing Development and (2) How to Dedicate One Cent of the Real Estate Tax Rate for Affordable Housing 
82 Automatic Trigger to Reduce Real Estate Tax Rate 
92 Calculation of 1 left for Affordable Housing 
94 Present Value of Real Estate Tax Bills 
97 Comparison of Real Estate Tax Rates 

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RECREATION, PARKS AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES/OTHER RECREATION 
35 Cameron Station Tot Lot Costs and Funding Options 
46 Pre-School Aged Recreation Programs 
57 Youth Sports Programs 
58 Costs Associated with Opening and Closing City Swimming Pools a Week Earlier 
63 Public Art Inventory/Catalogue 
76 Questions Regarding the Establishment of a Poet Laureate 
77 Service and Budgetary Impacts of Delaying the Hiring of the Following Positions in Fire; Real Estate Assessments; Parks, Recreation and Cultural Activitites; and Registrar of Voters 
83 Economic Parity in the Funding of Men’s and Women’s Sports Programs and Field Allocation at the New All Sports Facility 
104 Alexandria Police Athletic League (APAL) and Recreation Department Reductions/Eliminations in After School Programs 

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REGISTRAR OF VOTERS 
77 Service and Budgetary Impacts of Delaying the Hiring of the Following Positions in Fire; Real Estate Assessments; Parks, Recreation and Cultural Activitites; and Registrar of Voters 

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REVENUES (OTHER THAN REAL ESTATE TAX) 
3 Description of General Fund Monies Being Used to Make Up for Declining or Stagnant Federal and State Funding 
6 Business License on Professional Services 
7 Information on Proposed Federal Budget Reductions Affecting the City of Alexandria 
12 Effects of Raising the Personal Property Tax Rate on Vehicles 
14 Impact of Tax and Assessments Cap 
15 Tax on Landline Residential Telephone Service 
16 Proposed Tax and Fee Rates Advertisement 
17 Admissions Tax 
18 Transit Cost Recovery 
23 Timing of Tax and Fee Hearings and Remaining Budget Work Sessions 
26 Impact of a Decline in Real Estate Property Value Growth 
27 Sanitary Sewer Fee Rates 
29 Regional Restaurant and Sales Tax Growth 
41 Sales Tax Reduction for Grocery Food 
47 Bootfinder: License Plate Scanner 
49 FY 2005 and FY 2006 Final Revenue Adjustments 
66 Impact of New Construction 
69 Status of All Fees 

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SCHOOLS 
21 Modified School Calendar Impacts on City Programs 
31 School Share of Locally Raised Revenue 
42 The Number of City School Employees that Live within the City, Turnover Rates as Compared with Jurisdictions in the Region and the Estimated Cost of Replacing a Lost Employee 
55 Energy Efficiency in Schools 
78 Interjurisdictional Comparison of City and Schools Health Care and Other Benefits 
89 Population Trends for Children and Families 
98 Cost of Living and Merit Adjustments for Grant Funded Positions 

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SHERIFF 
39 Public Safety Compensation Review Process 
90 Sheriff Overtime 

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TRANSIT SUBSIDIES 
50 Transit Operating Subsidy Re-Estimate 
103 DASH Retained Earnings 
119 DASH and WMATA Bus Service Questions 

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TRANSPORTATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 
22 FY 2005 Traffic Calming Projects and Other Pedestrian Safety Improvements 
43 Easter Seals Taxicab Pocket Guide 
84 Status of Preservation and Planning for Freedmen’s Cemetery and the Efforts To Connect Existing Tenant with a New Business Location 
86 Sanitary Sewer Expenses 
93 Election Sign Recycling Cost 

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Alexandria, VA 22314
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