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Page 12 ID MI JNITV - June 13, 2012 From page 1 Sweet Home Rodeo (July 13-15) will be juiced up this year by the 2012 All-School Reunion, a once- in-a-decade event, that is planned for the Sportsman's Holiday week- end and is expected to draw some 2,000 alumni. Reunion events planned for July 14 include an Alumni Classic Car Show, Alumni Art and Quilt Display and Class Memory Lane at the high school, a program at Hus- ky Field, and a dance and social at the Elks Lodge. Also back this year to open the Sportsman's Holiday will be the Chips 'n' Splinters Variety Show, which will be held in conjunc- tion with the Sportsman's Holiday Court Coronation on July 12. Au- ditions for that event are this Thurs- day, June 14. This year will also be the ant Northwest Girl Scout Jambo- ree, will draw hundreds of Scouts from throughout Oregon and south- west Washington for a week-long campout Aug. 6-13 at Sunnyside and Lewis Creek parks. The event will includea birthday bash cel- ebrating the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Girl Scouts to be held on Saturday, Aug. 12, at 20th Oregon Jamboree (Aug. 3-5), Linn County Expo Center. marked by the return of theartist who started it all, Wynonna Judd, and other top stars. The event also includes the annual Arts and Crafts Festival, which is open to all. Following the Jamboree, a gi- Both parks will be closed to the public during this period. Several new athletic events are either returning or making their de- buts this summer. The third annual Dam Run FORM LB-1 NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING IA pubb meeting of the Sweet Home Cily Councii will be be!d on June 26, 2012 at 7:35 pm in the Council Chambers at the Sweet Home City Hall Annex located behind CityI g IHall at 1149 12th Avenue, Sweet Home Oregon. The putc43ce of this meeting is to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.2012 as approved by the City of | |Sweat Home Budget. Committee. A'summary of the budget is presented below. A copy of the budget may be inspected or obtain~d at City Hall. 1140 121h Avenue.Sweet 1 |Home, Oregon, between the hours of 8:C0 am, and 5:00 p m. or on the City's web.site a~ vtww.ci,sweet.home.or us, This budgel is for an annual budget penod, This budge1 lwas preparad en a baNs of accounting that ia the same as used the pceceding year. If drfferant: the major chaoges and their effecl en the budget are I |Contact: Pathcia Gray Telephone: 541.367-5126 Email: pgray@ci, sweet-home.or.us | FINANCIAL SUMMARY - RESOURCES TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS Actual Amount Adopted Budget Approved Budget 2010-11 This Year 2011-12 Next Year 2012-13 Beginning Fund BelanceJNet Working Capital 12,435,504 f0,117,420 10,!72,309 Fees. Licet~ses, Permds, Fines Assessments & Other Service Charges 7,710,320 1Z022,081 9,111,323 Federal. State and All Other Grants. Gifts Allocations and Donations 14,655 5,000 '~24,000 Revenue from Bonds and Other Debt 0 0 0 lnterfund Transfers / Internal Service Reimbursements t,615,193 1.035,223 435,467 All Other Resources Except Property Taxes 104,964 56,098 48,697 Property Taxes Estimated to be Received 2,592,644 2,428,437 2,096,305 Total Resources I 24,473,310 I 25,666.259 I 21,988,101 FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY'OBJECT CLASSIFICATION Personnel Services Materials and Services Ca pitral Outlay Debt Service Interfund Transfers Contic~encles Special Payments Unappropdated Endin~ Balance and Reserved for Future Expenditure 4,438,999 4.8~ 1,843 4,7281481 2,541,257 4.613.535 4,129,460 2,535.965 9.169.364 61659,638 t.887,843 1.628418 1,695,656 1,615,193 0 0 1.035223 435.467 663,000 364,684 O 0 11,454,053 3,7441878 3,974,516 Total Requirements ....... I ........ 24,473,310 I 25,666,259 [ 21,988,101 FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT OR PROGRAM Name of Orgar~izabonal Unit or Program FTE far that unit or program .G._e.ne.r ~ Z .u~.d.: ~ .e~J.s.L~.t:v..e .................................................. FTE .G_e.%e _raJ _F _~_n..d_ :..E x e.~.~)ve. ..................................................... FTE G._ener a_LF..u.n .d. - .F_ i.n..a_~9. ...................................... FTE _G_e_n_e r~! _F_ _~.n _d.: M u..n.~.P..aL .c~ .o ~ ...................................... FTE ~.e.n.e r._.a! .Lu.n.d..:Co, .m219.nj.tY.9, e.~J_oP..m..e22L~e~.P.~~L ....................... FTE .G_ _e.n.e..r _4! F .u.n d..: ~ .a.Lk~ ................................................ ,FTE G.e.neL~.~ F.u,~ .'L :.B..uj Ldj.n. & P: Og.. _m..~. ......................................... FTE c .o~.u2L~. ,seryj~ Pr.~r.a.~.s ......................................... 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FTE Zath Pr ram FTE :h~b!(c Transit Fund 16,'3~'8 f 226,159 2 175,593 2 241,9f3 225 171,497 2.35 129,470 0.85 240.156 3.65 27~594 0 2,732,119 0.75 3,539,392 24.2 270,142 2,25 399.146 0 72.048 0 607.365 4.55 !.747506 0 596,425 0 57.286 18.313 18,502 1 236.878 247,978 2 2 191451 2! 276.128 i 3.25 t 216245J 235 ) 113383i 1.00! 221,562 3.65 39,100 199,011 2 278,738 3 25 223,519 2 80 120,566 1,25 178.187 2 I1,100 oI 0 1,906,980 ) 075 2,632,427 23.2 1,687.515 075 2,490.427 21.7 317.297 263,493 2 25 2.00 344,401 323,758 0 O 73,501 76,376 0 0 652,835 ...... 695,844 4.55 4,55 1.364.292 1.766,020 0 129,880i t60,808 oi o 51,594 51,594 I,,,,,,,,,FTE )!LT..~.Eu.od. ........................................................... FTE Z~. LL~ ~..a.e~ .e..~.e. ~ .u.~ .................................................. FTE ~.o--~ L~. Re. ~...~> 9J~. E.~."-.d- ...... L ................................... ,, FTE 2,ommuni~ Comer Oj}eratin Fund .-- .................................................................. FTE La...rl~. _ _e,_ .R. _ .~. _~..~.l.~9p..P_r.?Ea_ _ .m. ......................................... FTE D_ _o~tJP.n..s_ .&..C. L~t..ri .~t~.n.s. ............................................... FTE Special Assessments FTE . ,w~. Jer_gP..e..La~ Ln.~..F, ~. g~ ........................................................ FTE wAte r C ~ LLaLC _~_st~ c_t Lo ~ s Funds FTE Wastewater Oceratin.~ Fund FTE Wastewater Caita! Construction Funds FTE .Sto r~ ~ater D r ai n.a~e Fund - FTE .Storm._~ate_r Ca.pital Constructioe Funds 0 0 0 ~.067,993 0 214598 0 35.610 0 14,393 0 854 0 749 0 2,528 192 7 21 1.025,516 2.969,892 8 24 4.417284 ....... 9Z,9t5 i 195,439 0 44,715 0 43,854 0 0 1,384.563 oi 215,541 ) 1,083,895 O 216,387 o~ 46,500 0 36.000 15,859 i"I,633 oi ;0 o) o 0 750i 01 2,109,282 721 713,352 0 2.655,369 , 8.24 ....................... 9,464,471 6 .......... 96.,020 752 0 2,034,621 7.21 1,030.139 2;393 446 8.24 6,012690 O ................ 98.446 1 119.244 18!:247 FTE 0 0 0 Ge~e[~ Ob ~aU o:'I Bonds .' .... 655.944 74,630 7,252 FTE 0 0 O Total Requirements 24,473,310 1 25,666,259 I 2t,988,101 Total FTE 62,30 62.45 59.45 STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN ACTWITIES and~S'OF FINANC"~NG ~ -- IA r~uction in properly tax revenues due to pr~uce ~TE iO the Polece~ IFund and 25~n the tXorary Operaling Fund Continuous reductions in build ng pem~if revenues makes it necessary to reduce staff by I FTE )r~ the OF - Building IDepa~m, en~ PROPERTY TAX LEVIES Permanent Rate Levy (rate limit t.4157 per $1,000} , Local Option Levy Levy For General Obligation Bonds Rate or Amount Imposed i.4157 7.02 97,6!9 Rate or Amauntlmposed Rale orAmountAFproved 14157 1.4157 7.22 7.22 0 0 STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS LONG TERM DEBT Generai Ooli~lalien Bor~ds Water Treatment Plant Loans Estimated Debt Outstandihg on Joy 1 ~o Estimated Debt Authorized, But Not Incurred on Jul}' 1 $0 $10.158,529 $0 Waslewa!er I&l, Loans $13,282,326 " $1.977~908 Total $23,440,BSS .... $1,977,998 ................ 5K, organized by the Sweet Home Youth Advisory Committee, will be held at Foster Dam this Saturday, June 16, at 9 a.m. The event features a half-mile run for youngsters and includes a walkers division. Race day sign- ups will be taken until 8:30 a.m. at the parking lot north of the Edge- water marina. The masters Foster Lake Cable Swim competition organized by Central Oregon Masters Aquatics of Bend, is returning with a two-mile race, one-mile race, and dog tan- dem race this year, on June 30. The races are official masters champi- onships, swum on a carefully mea- sured quarter-mile straightaway course off Lewis Creek that will be marked by a cable and buoys. Also scheduled to return this year is the second annual Best in of is in Mission Bay in San Diego, Calif., which is held in salt water and has bigger waves and wind than Foster. He said most summer water polo toumaments are held in "stuffy" indoor pools that "smell of cholorine." "This is a pretty rare idea," Martin said. "We're hoping to es- tablish it as one of the premier events." He said the inspiration for the tournamnet, which he and his father have been talking about for years, came when they helped out at the triathlon last summer. "If they could make something like that happen, we definitely could make this happen," Martin said. He said a benefit of such an event is that it will draw another "diverse" segment of the popula- tion to Sweet Home to discover the the West T.riathlon series, which recreational activitiesayailable on will include sprint, half-marathon and Olympic-format competitions Sept. 8-9 at Lewis Creek Park. The inaugural event, organized by Or- egon State University student and triathlete Blair Bronson, drew 210 competitors last fall. New this year is the Nike Open Water Water Polo Tournament on July 9-11, also on Foster Lake at Lewis Creek Park. Along with competition pitting U-18, U-16. and U-14 teams from California, Washington and Oregon on two open-water "courts," the three-day event will include mini water polo camps, mentoring workshops and on-site camping for participants. Sean Martin, one of the event organizers, said 225 athletes and coaches are expected for the event. "This could shape up to be something really big," said Mar- tin, a former water polo player and swimmer whose father Craig coaches the sport at Sweet Home High School. He said the only other open- water tournament that he's aware the water and in the surrounding mountains. Another big local activity will be the annual motorcycle Poker Run on Aug. 11, the fifth of these events organized by Sweet Home Choppers to raise money for vari- ous charities. Last year, proceeds went to the Volunteer Firefighters Association for its annual fireworks show. This year's proceeds will go to Sunshine Industries, for it new facility con- struction project. The poker run will start at Sweet Home Choppers and make five stops around the county, including Brownsville and Lebanon and other points. Low hand is $100 and high hand is $200, with lunch at the final stop, which will has yet to be de- termined, organizers said. A 50/50 drawing will also be held. Approxi- mately 150 bikers participate in the event. For more information, call (541) 367-8866. The annual Sweet Home Har- vest Festival will finish off the sea- son on Oct. 13. From page 9 budget meeting, the purpose of the fund is to provide a tool for wise Spending decisions. If funds remain at the end of the fiscal year, it eliminates the "use it or lose it" approach to spending and helps schools save funds to update a technology lab all at once. Adopted a $28.4 million budget for 2012-13, imposing a property tax of $5.0057 per $1,000 of value, Adopted achievement compacts, setting goals, as part of a statewide waiver from the No Child Left Behind Act requirements. Approved an integrated pest management plan and policy. Approved administrative rules governing Title I and parental involvement. Following an executive session, postponed ratification of a contract with district teachers until a meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, June 18. Calhoon, RPH Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.