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File #: ID# 21-216    Name:
Type: Report Status: Study Session Item
File created: 9/21/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/28/2021 Final action:
Title: Budget Review Follow-up and ARPA Discussion
Attachments: 1. 1. Unfunded Capital, 2. 2. 2022 Local Partnership Funding Applications, 3. 3. 2022 Local Partnership Funding - Summary Sheet, 4. 4. 2022 Local Partnership Funding - Scoring Sheet, 5. 5. 2022 Local Partnership Funding - Award Recommendations, 6. 6. Presentation - 2022 Proposed Budget
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Agenda Date: 09/28/2021

Subject:
Title
Budget Review Follow-up and ARPA Discussion
Body

Prepared By:
Tiffany Hooten, Finance Director

PURPOSE:
2022 Proposed Budget follow-up discussion.

PRESENTATIONS:
Staff Presenter(s): Tiffany Hooten, Finance Director and City Staff
Additional Presenter(s): N/A

SUMMARY:
This is a follow-up discussion to the 2022 proposed budget presented on September 11, 2021.

PRIOR ACTIONS OR DISCUSSIONS:
Staff presented the 2022 proposed budget on September 11, 2021.

ANALYSIS:
Staff Analysis
As a result of the 2022 proposed budget discussion in early September, staff will be following up with council on the noted topics below.
* Police Update
* Downtown/Mobility Studies
* Omnibus Alternatives
* Local Partnership Funding
* American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)
* Unfunded Capital

Police Update
The police chief will provide an update on the 2022 budget and welcome questions.

Downtown/Mobility Studies
Staff will be providing an update on the costs and funding for the Downtown and Mobility studies for the city. Results in a one-time reduction of $300,000 in the 2022 proposed budget.

Omnibus Alternatives
Additional information related to the contract terms and costs will be discussed. Results in a net reduction of $16,061 in the 2022 proposed budget and annually thereafter.

Local Partnership Funding
Each year the Littleton City Council considers requests for funding from organizations that serve Littleton residents. Requests may include operational, one-time special purpose grants, or event sponsorships (in-kind or cash). Applications for the 2022 cycle opened on July 16th and closed August 16th. A total of 39 applications were received with 39 grant funding requests, totaling $276,500 and six in-kind service requests. Council received the applications, a summary, and scoring sheet on September 8th and was asked to provide recommended awards back to staff by September 15th. Staff then compiled these recommendations and applied the fo...

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