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FY 2014-2015 Budget Presentation to Board of Finance

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FY 2014-2015
Budget Presentation to Board
of Finance
Solid Waste & Recycling
Dan Colleluori, Supervisor of Solid
Waste & Recycling
March 26, 2014
Summary of Operating
Budget Request
Total Funding Request FY 14-15 (All
Activities)
$12,499,533
Change from FY 13-14 Adopted
$1, 564,062
Human Capital/Personnel FY 14-15
(All Activities)
$3,747,849
Change from FY 13-14 Adopted
$167,287
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Operating Budget
Request by Activity
Activity
Name
Starting Page
Number
FY 14-15 Mayor’s
Request
FY 13-14
Adopted
(Revised)
$ Change
% Change
Transfer
Station
110
$2,090,180
$1,901,977
$188,203
9%
Recycling
115
$1,460,195
$1,293,181
$167,014
11.5%
Collections
119
$4,621,598
$3,999,603
$621,995
13%
Haulaway
123
$4,327,560
$3,741,000
$586,560
13%
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Operational Highlights
Coordination of the administrative functions and day-to-day operations management
for the Department without any defined administrative assistance.
Continue to implement cost reduction programs by utilizing newest technologies
(Advanced Truck Lube, Improved utilization of Uniform expenditures, etc).
Increased efficiency by cross utilization of staff and utilizing Workmens Compensation
“Light Duty “ staff to increase efficiencies and minimize overtime.
Continued EXCELLENT service to Public provided by ensuring the trust in our garbage
and recycling collection accomplished through the staff dedication.
Continual dedication to City by staff extending its work load to assist during snow
storms, hurricanes, other major emergency and Special Events.
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Operational Highlights
•
•
•
Continued the Public Recycling Education outreach programs by
facilitating workshops at schools and Neighborhood organization.
As evidence by the Keep America Beautiful “RecycleBowl” State
winner at Rippowam Middle School.
Installed scales on trucks to track recycling and garbage weights at
schools.
Improve Recycling collection procedures by adjusting routes to
increase recycling pickup allowing condo’s to increase recycling
efforts.
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Operational Highlights
•
•
•
Continued improving staff utilization by having staff regularly provide
preventative maintenance to trucks and equipment thus reducing
need for outside vendor contracting (welding, fire suppression,
overhead door repair, scaling systems, etc.).
Increased City wide recycling effort to 28% of waste diverted out of
garbage hauling , resulting in a $527k cost in the first 7 months of
13/14 fiscal year.
Initiated a pilot program of eliminating food waste at the Alive@Five
concert series by collecting, sorting 2 tons of waste.
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Financial Highlights
•
•
•
•
Additional line items added to this years budget: Classified Pension
fund, OPEB Contributions totals $708,684.
Remaining overall budget increase from 13/14 of $855, 378 includes
increase of $472,000 in Garbage Haulaway as a result of projected
increased revenue and increased households for garbage
collection.
Continued improving services and reducing overtime as a result of
staggered schedules and cross utilization of staff.
Continued Cost reduction efforts by presenting the cost effectiveness
and ease of the City single stream recycling program at schools and
local organizations.
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Cost Management
•
•
Reduced headcount in past 5 years by eliminating a Transfer Station
Foreman position and lowered Salary costs by reducing 1 Field
Operator Position to a Laborer, and 1Driver to Laborer.
Continued cost saving efforts as a result of using vendor competition
on pricing for all purchases including safety equipment, truck
supplies, uniforms, etc.
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Significant Requests for
2014-2015
•
•
Increase in Haulaway Garbage based on anticipated rise as a result
of additional revenues.
Closure of Scofield Town Rd. compost facility will result in less revenue
generated by sale of compost as well as less service to the Public.
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