ORDINANCE 518

 

AN ORDINANCE FOR THE VARIOUS FUNDS, DEPARTMENTS, INSTITUTIONS, OFFICES, AND AGENCIES OF THE CITY OF NORRIS, TENNESSEE FOR THE YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2010 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2011

 

 

WHEREAS, the Charter for the City of Norris, Tennessee defines certain rights and responsibilities of the City of Norris City Council; and

 

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Norris shall provide for the appointment of all such officers, agents, and employees as may be necessary to execute the laws and to direct and carry out intent of the City of Norris Charter, and may consolidate any of said offices and designate who shall perform the duties thereof, and shall annually at the beginning of the year, make estimates of the amount to be expended by each department of the City government for the ensuing year, and on no account shall the expenditures exceed the amount so fixed by said estimate except in extraordinary cases.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Norris, Tennessee that

 

SECTION 1.  That the amounts hereafter set out are hereby appropriated listed in SECTION 2 and SECTION 3 below be adopted for the purpose of meeting the expenses of each department, institution, office or other agency of the municipality, City of Norris, Tennessee, for the capital outlay, and for maturing during the year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, according to the following schedule.

 

SECTION 2.  Available Funds for said budget are as follows:

 

110   CITY GENERAL FUND

         31000           Local Taxes                                                       $         701,400.00

         32000           Licenses and Permits                                        $             3,900.00

         33000           Intergovernmental Revenue                              $         352,166.00

         34100           General Government - Charges for Service    $                100.00

         35000           Fines, Forfeits, and Penalties                            $           16,600.00

         36000           Other Revenues                                                $           48,306.00

         37100           Operating Revenues                                         $             1,078.00

 

TOTAL CITY GENERAL FUND                                             $       1,123,550.00

 

 121 STATE STREET AID FUND

         33000           Intergovernmental Revenue                              $           38,000.00

           

TOTAL STATE STREET AID FUND                               $           38,000.00

 

123     NORRIS WATERSHED BOARD FUND

36000          Other Revenues                                     $           74,160.00

 

  TOTAL NORRIS WATERSHED BOARD FUND           $           74,160.00

 

128   REFUSE AND RECYCLE FUND

         34000           Charges for Services                                       $         107,900.00

           

TOTAL REFUSE AND RECYCLE FUND                      $         107,900.00

 

619   DRUG ENFORCEMENT FUND

         35000            Fines, Forfeits, and Penalties             $                500.00

       

            TOTAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT FUND                         $                500.00

 

TOTAL ALL FUNDS                       $     1,344,110.00

 

SECTION 3.  Appropriations for said budget are as follows:

 

110 CITY GENERAL FUND

         41000           Public Administration                                        $       185,653.00

         41800           Community Government Building                $         15,428.00          
         41900           McNeeley Municipal Building                       $           5,650.00

         42000           Public Safety                                                $       467,436.00

         42200           Fire Building and Codes                               $           214,466.00

         43000           Public Works                                                $             220,632.00

         44400           Recreation                                                    $               10,401.00

         44800           Library                                                          $                32,246.00

         45100           Conservation of Natural Resources             $               3,000.00

         45160           Other Natural Resources                             $                 2,677.00

        

                    TOTAL CITY GENERAL FUND                    $    1,157,589.00

 

121  STATE STREET AID FUND

         43100            Highways and Streets                                      $          69,694.00

51600           Operating Transfer Out                                     $             6,306.00

 

                                TOTAL STATE STREET AID FUND           $          76,000.00

 


123   NORRIS WATERSHED BOARD FUND

45100           Conservation of Natural Resources                $          44,781.00

         51600            Operating Transfer Out                         $          29,400.00    

                               

                                TOTAL WATERSHED BOARD FUND       $          74,181.00

 

128   REFUSE AND RECYCLE FUND

43230           Solid Waste Collection                                 $           103,000.00

 

619   DRUG ENFORCEMENT FUND

42129           Drug Investigation and Control                     $                   500.00      

 

                       TOTAL  ALL FUNDS                                       $      1,411,270.00

 

SECTION 4.   Except in cases of emergency as set out in T.C.A. § 6-56-205, no levy of property taxes shall be made by any municipality unless and until a budget ordinance has been adopted and no appropriation of moneys or revenues shall be made for any purpose contrary to the estimates in the budget ordinance by T.C.A. § 6-56-207.

SECTION 5.   Except as otherwise restricted by law, the governing body may amend the budget ordinance in the same manner as any other ordinance may be amended by T.C.A. § 6-56-208. 

SECTION 6.   That the governing body by appropriate resolution or ordinance may authorize the City Manager to transfer moneys from one appropriation to another within the same fund, subject to such limitations and procedures as it may prescribe. Any such transfers shall be reported to the governing body at its next regular meeting and shall be entered in the minutes by T.C.A. § 6-56-209.

SECTION 7.  If for any reason a budget ordinance is not adopted prior to the beginning of the next fiscal year, the appropriations for the last fiscal year shall become the appropriations for the next fiscal year, until the adoption of the new budget ordinance by T.C.A. § 6-56-210.

SECTION 8.  Any portion of an annual appropriation remaining unexpended and unencumbered at the close of a fiscal year shall lapse and be credited to the general fund, except that any balance remaining in any other fund at the end of a fiscal year may remain to the credit of that fund and be subject to further appropriation by T.C.A. § 6-56-211.

SECTION 9.   That the tax rate for Fiscal Year 2010 ending June 30, 2011 is hereby established at one dollar and fifty-three cents ($1.53) on every one hundred ($100.00) of assessed valuation of real, personal and mixed property with respect to due dates, delinquency dates, penalty and interest and assessments.  Property taxes are due on the first day of August.   All property taxes shall become delinquent on and after the first day of September.  Thereafter a penalty of two percent (2%) per month shall be added.   

SECTION 10.   That all unencumbered balances of appropriations remaining at the end of the year shall lapse and be of no further effect at the end of the year at June 30, 2011.

 

SECTION 11.   That any ordinance or part of an ordinance, which has heretofore been passed by the City Council, which is in conflict with any provision in this ordinance, be and the same is hereby repealed.

 

SECTION 12.  That this ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and its provisions shall be in force from and after July 1, 2010 as required by law.

 

 

 

 

                                                            PASSED FIRST READING May 10, 2010

                                                                                                                          

                                                                          PUBLIC HEARING June 7, 2010

 

                                                        PASSED SECOND READING  June 14, 2010

 

 

 

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