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CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA Council Report January 7, 2014 To : Honorable Mayor and Members of

CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA

Council Report

January 7, 2014

To :

Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

From:

Jason Stilwell, City Administrator

Submitted by:

Susan Paul, Administrative Services Director

Subject:

Consideration of a Resolution Adopting the Inflation and City Population as the Factors for the Purpose of Determining the City's Fiscal Year 2012- 13 Gann Limit, and Accepting the Calculated Gann Limit.

Recommendation{s): It is recommended that the City Council adopt the Resolution.

Executive Summary: In November, 1979, the California electorate adopted Proposition 4

which was codified into the California Constitution as Article XIII B and

provided for the establishment of a maximum appropriation limit for

California, and its cities and districts, commonly called the "Gann Limit."

This limit acts as a maximum limit that a city or district may spend in a

given fiscal year. This Resolution adopts the factors that are used in

calculating this limit, accepts the calculated limit, and declares that the

fiscal year 2012-13 appropriations do not exceed this calculated limit.

Analysis/Discussion:

Article XIII B does three key things. Specifically, it:

• Places annual limits (or ceilings) on the appropriations of tax proceeds

that can be made by the state, school districts, and local governments

in California. These limits are based on the amount of appropriations

in the 1978-79 "base" year, as adjusted each year for population

growth and cost-of-living factors.

• Precludes state and local governments from retaining any "excess

revenues" (that is, revenues above each juri sdiction's state

appropriations limit).

• Requires the state to reimburse local governments for the cost of

certain state mandates.

Each year, the State of California calculates and forward s to us the two factors related to local population growth and statewide inflation, which staff used to calculate the appropriations limit (attached) .

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Gann Limit Staff Report January 7, 2014

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For fiscal year 2012-13, we expected to realize $12,356,091 in tax revenue, and based on our calculated appropriation limit of $25,499,984, we were under the maximum limit.

Fiscal Impact:

None.

Budgeted (yes/no)

Not applicable

Previous Council Action/Decision History:

Funding Source( general fund, grant, state)

Not applicab le

This calculation and approval is an annual exercise normally carried out at

the same time as the budget

process. Thi s was missed during the budget

process for FY12-13. The City has always been under the calculated limit.

Attachment:

Resolution

Reviewed by:

City Administrator ~

City Attorney

D

Administrative Services D

Asst. City Admin.

D

Dir of CPB

D

Dir of Public Svcs

D

Public Safety Dir

D

Library Dir

D

Other

D

City Engineer

D

 

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CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA CITY COUNCIL

RESOLUTION NO. 2014-

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA ADOPTING THE PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME AND CITY POPULATION AS THE FACTORS FOR THE PURPOSE OF DETERMINING THE CITY'S FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013 GANN LIMIT

WHEREAS, in NoYember of 1979, the California electorate did adopt Proposition 4, commonly called the Gann Amendment, which added Article XIII-B to the California Constitution; and,

WHEREAS, the provisions of that Article establish maximum appropriation limitations, commonly called "Gann Limits," for public agencies; and,

WHEREAS, the City must establish a projected Gann limit for the 2012-13 fiscal year in accordance with the provisions of Article XIII-B and applicable statutory law;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that this Council does provide public notice that the attached calculations and documentation ofthe Gann limit for the 2012-13 fiscal year is made in accordance with applicable constitutional and statutory law;

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City does hereby declare that the appropriations in the Budget for the 2012-13 fiscal year does not exceed the limitations imposed by Proposition 4;

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Council provides copies of this resolution along with the appropriate attachments to interested citizens of this city.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA this ih day of January 2014 by the following roll call vote:

AYES:

COUNCIL MEMBERS:

NOES:

COUNCIL MEMBERS:

ABSENT:

COUNCIL MEMBERS:

ABSTAIN:

COUNICL MEMBERS:

[THIS SPACE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK]

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ATTEST:

Daryl A. Betancur, CMC Deputy City Clerk

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SIGNED,

Jason Burnett, MAYOR

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Carmel-by-the-Sea

Gann Li mit Calculat ion

FYE 6/30/2014

 

Popu lation

Inflation

All

Property Tax -

Property Tax-

Property Tax -

Property Tax-

 

Sales & Use

Business

VLF

TOT

Factor

Factor

Taxes

Secured

Unsecured

Transfer

Tax

License Tax

Tax

 

$

15,741 ,192

2001-02

1.73

7.82

1.09 69

$

17,266,514

2002-03

1.35

-1 .27

1.0006

$

17,276,873

2003-04

1. 11

2 .31

1.0345

$

17,872,926

2004-05

1.56

3.28

1.0489

$

18,746,912

$

8,981,670

$

2 ,724,900

$

114,000

$

-

$

115,000

$

1,845,000

$

460,000

$

45,770

$

3,677,000

2005-06

1.015

1.0526

1.0684

s

20,029,200

2006-07

1.0121

1.0396

1.0522

$

21 ,074,725

$

10,1 15 ,000

$

3 .050,000

$

130,000

$

30 ,000

$

230,000

$

2,050,000

$

520 ,000

$

305,000

$

3,800,000

2007-08

1.0067

1.0 442

1.0512

$

22,153,751

$

11 ,105,200

$

3,415,604

$

147,960

$

32,436

$

204,000

$

2,217,000

$

555,400

$

312,800

$

4,220,000

2008-09

1.0156

1 .0429

1.0592

$

23,465,253

$

11,2 82,220

$

3,599,500

$

140.000

$

39,500

$

113,000

$

2,164,000

$

630,000

$

335,580

$

4,260,640

2009-10

1.0145

1.0062

1.0208

$

23,953,330

$

10,542,099

$

3,869,050

$

153,577

$

39,602

$

126,665

$

1.619,968

$

550,666

$

352,139

$

3,830,432

20 10-11

1.0137

0 .9746

0.988

$

23,665,890

$

10 ,721,568

$

3,824,941

$

156,577

$

39 ,849

$

136,422

$

1 ,805,510

$

526 ,251

$

353,246

$

3,878,772

201 1-12

1.0059

1.0251

1.0311

$

24,401 899

$

11,152,661

$

4,264,610

$

150,546

$

22,514

$

129,890

$

1,722,659

$

514,374

$

170 ,338

$

4,177,730

20 12-13

1.007

1.0377

1.045

$

25,499 ,984

$

12,356,0 91

$

4 ,215,825

$

174,669

$

44 ,529

$

193,035

$

2 ,251 ,453

$

560 ,376

$

297 .067

$

4,619 ,137