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File #: [21-0582]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Passed
File created: 6/2/2021 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 6/23/2021 Final action: 6/23/2021
Title: Approve the Miscellaneous Budget Ordinance Amendment to Adjust Various Fund Budgets for FY 2020-21.
Attachments: 1. Council Questions with Staff Response, 2. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND “THE ORDINANCE CONCERNING APPROPRIATIONS AND THE RAISING OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2020” (2021-06-23/O-1), 3. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND ORDINANCE (2021-06-23/O-2), 4. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE 2015 STREETS AND SIDEWALKS BOND FUND FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS (2021-06-23/O-3), 5. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CAPITAL PROJECT ORDINANCE FOR VARIOUS CAPITAL PROJECTS (2021-06-23/O-4), 6. AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT FUND (2021-06-23/O-5), 7. AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE CAPITAL PROJECTS ORDINANCE FOR PARKING AND PUBLIC ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS FUNDED FROM LIMITED OBLIGATION BONDS (2021-06-23/O-6)


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Approve the Miscellaneous Budget Ordinance Amendment to Adjust Various Fund Budgets for FY 2020-21.
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Staff:
Department:
Amy Oland, Director
Business Management
Matt Brinkley, Assistant Director


Overview: After the Council approves the annual budget, periodic changes require the Town to amend the current budget.


Recommendation(s):
That the Council:
* Enact the attached budget ordinance amendment to adjust the General Fund, Downtown Service District Fund, Library Gift Fund, Vehicle Maintenance Fund, Transit Fund, Transit Capital Reserve Fund, and Debt Management Fund; and
* Enact the attached project ordinance amendments to adjust the Affordable Housing Fund, 2015 Streets and Sidewalks Bond Fund, Capital Projects Ordinance Fund, American Rescue Plan Act Fund, and 2021 Limited Obligations Bonds Fund.

Key Issues:
* General Fund
Criminal Justice Debt Relief Project - The Criminal Justice Debt Relief Project provides criminal justice-related debt relief to low-income residents who are taking steps to successfully reintegrate into the community but whose ability to do so is hampered by this debt. The program is administered by the Chapel Hill Police Crisis Unit with support from an advisory board made up of representatives from the criminal justice and services provider community in Orange County. The program began as a pilot program and was provided $20,000 to start. The program recently expanded to Carrboro through a $7,500 contribution by the Town of Carrboro to be used for their residents. Most recently, the Orange County Bail/Bond Justice Project contributed $6,000 to the program to be used towards Orange County residents outside Chapel Hill and Carrboro. Enactment of the attached budget ordinance amendment would recognize and appropriate the $6,000 from the Orange County Bail/Bond Justice Project for the Criminal Justice Debt Relief Project.

Collaborative Outreach Program - Orange County established a Collaborative Outreach program (Sales...

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