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The development of the FY2021 budget got under way in September with a work session in which Richardson said he would prioritize construction of a new administrative building. That had changed by the November work session when the idea was dropped. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Proposed capital plan abandons City Hall complex|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/dailyprogress/proposed-capital-plan-abandons-city-hall-complex/article_b0129948-a456-5b0d-bb3c-46efbc771514.html|author=Nolan Stout|pageno=A1|printdate=November 14, 2019|publishdate=November 13, 2019|accessdate=November 15, 2019}}</ref>
 
The development of the FY2021 budget got under way in September with a work session in which Richardson said he would prioritize construction of a new administrative building. That had changed by the November work session when the idea was dropped. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Proposed capital plan abandons City Hall complex|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/dailyprogress/proposed-capital-plan-abandons-city-hall-complex/article_b0129948-a456-5b0d-bb3c-46efbc771514.html|author=Nolan Stout|pageno=A1|printdate=November 14, 2019|publishdate=November 13, 2019|accessdate=November 15, 2019}}</ref>
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The next budget is to be developed through the principles of zero-based budgeting, a reflection of the new city manager's differing style. <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Officials say new city budgeting process promotes transparency|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/officials-say-new-city-budgeting-process-promotes-transparency/article_de985596-9c0b-5e01-83f9-91356d2102c6.html|author=Nolan Stout|pageno=A1|printdate=December 1, 2019|publishdate=|accessdate=December 1, 2019}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:34, 1 December 2019

The Office of Budget and Performance Management is charged with developing the operating and capital improvement program budgets for the city of Charlottesville[1]

See also a list of Charlottesville's property tax rate.


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Staff

This is in flux as city manager Tarron Richardson puts his own stamp on city government. Leslie Beauregard left city government soon after Richardson's arrival.

Budget Development

FY2021

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The development of the FY2021 budget got under way in September with a work session in which Richardson said he would prioritize construction of a new administrative building. That had changed by the November work session when the idea was dropped. [2]

The next budget is to be developed through the principles of zero-based budgeting, a reflection of the new city manager's differing style. [3]

Timeline

FY2020

Council held a meeting on long-term capital priorities on September 6, 2018. They were given details of how a proposed $50 million bond for the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority would be conducted. [4]

At a budget work session on February 6, 2019, Council agreed to advertise a tax rate of $0.97 per $100 of assessed value. That is the first time Council will consider a raise since in a dozen years. That does not mean there will be an increase in the rate. The draft budget will be presented to Council on March 4, 2019, with adoption by the middle of April. [5]

A participatory budgeting pilot had been included in the adopted FY2020 budget, but the program was put on hold following the departure of assistant city manager Leslie Beauregard. [6]

FY2019

Council held a budget work session on December 7, 2017. [citation needed]

JAUNT is seeking to increase the salary of its bus drivers from the current median wage of $14.89 an hour to $16.43 an hour. Albemarle's proposed budget for FY2019 includes an additional $142,000 for this purpose, but a $105,000 request from Charlottesville was not included in their proposed FY2019 budget. [7]

FY2018

FY2017

Charlottesville City Manager Maurice Jones recommended a $161,871,784 budget to City Council, a 3.5 percent increase over fiscal year 2016. [8] Council was briefed on Jones' budget and the school's funding request on March 7, 2016. [9] Several groups complained at a budget forum in late March after not receiving their full-funding request. [10]For instance, Legal Aid Justice Center claimed they should not be reviewed through the Agency Budget Review Team process. [11]

Council made several changes to the capital budget in late March including reductions for the McIntire Skate Park. They also restored $30,000 in funding for the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center that had not been recommended by the Agency Budget Review Team. Council opted not to put any money aside to purchase the Landmark Hotel. [12]

In their last budget work session, Council made several adjustments. [13]

  • Agreed to provide additional $75,217 in funds for registrar to help with presidential race
  • Agreed to fund part-time deputy city council clerk
  • Increased amount of funding for redevelopment specialist
  • Added back $50,000 for McIntire Skate Park
  • Added $80,000 in funds for Daughters of Zion Cemetery

FY2016

City Council approved a $156,391,435 budget for FY2016 in April 2016. [8]

FY2013

The City School system presented its budget to the City Council on March 5, 2012. [14]

FY2004

The proposed tax rate for the year called for a two cent decrease in the tax rate from $1.11 to $1.09 of $100 of assessed value. A meals tax was also proposed. [15]

References

  1. Web. Charlottesville - Office of Budget and Performance Management, City of Charlottesville, retrieved December 27, 2016.
  2. Web. Proposed capital plan abandons City Hall complex, Nolan Stout, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, November 13, 2019, retrieved November 15, 2019. Print. November 14, 2019 page A1.
  3. Web. Officials say new city budgeting process promotes transparency, Nolan Stout, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, retrieved December 1, 2019. Print. December 1, 2019 page A1.
  4. Web. City Council briefed on planning, funding capital projects, Elliott Robinson, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, September 6, 2018, retrieved September 9, 2018.
  5. Web. City Council Considers Real Estate Tax Increase in Charlottesvillee, Meghan Moriarity, News Article, WVIR NBC29, February 7, 2019, retrieved February 8, 2019.
  6. Web. [Charlottesville suspends participatory budgeting after resignations https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/charlottesville-suspends-participatory-budgeting-after-resignations/article_5c098c3c-a26b-54fc-b7f0-c7764219e58d.html], Nolan Stout, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, September 27, 2019, retrieved October 27, 2019.
  7. Web. JAUNT fighting for wage increases as city withholds funding, Allison Wrabel, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, March 4, 2018, retrieved March 5, 2018.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Web. Proposed city budget 3.5% higher than 2016, Chris Suarez, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, March 2, 2016, retrieved December 31, 2016.
  9. Web. City Council briefed on city schools' funding request, Aaron Richardson, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, March 7, 2016, retrieved December 31, 2016.
  10. Web. City Council asked to reconsider program funding requests, Chris Suarez, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, March 23, 2016, retrieved December 31, 2016.
  11. Web. City budget series: Legal Aid looks for line-item funding, Chris Suarez, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, March 28, 2016, retrieved January 1, 2017.
  12. Web. City Council makes progress toward Charlottesville’s capital budget, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, March 31, 2016, retrieved January 2, 2017.
  13. Web. Council holds last budget work session, Sean Tubbs, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 7, 2016, retrieved January 2, 2017.
  14. Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, March 5, 2012.
  15. Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, March 17, 2003.

External Links

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