EXPLANATORY STATEMENT- (Continued)
In order to comply with statutory and regulatory requirements, the amounts appropriated for certain department or functions have been split and their parts appear in
several places. Those appropriations which have been split add up as follows:
Paid by Water Budget
Paid by Sewer Budget
Less: Employee share deposited in Payroll Agency Account
Remainder Charged to Current Fund Budget
Municipal Library Tax Levy Law-On March 21, 2011 the Governor enacted P.L. 2011,c.38 (S-2068). The law takes effect immediately and provides a dedicated line item on Property tax
bill to fund municipal free and joint free public libraries. It does not result in any increased taxes, but changes the way the minimum library appropriation is displayed to the public. It reduces
the municipal tax levy and rate, and creates a new line item on the tax bill for library purposes.
Below is a comparison of the Preliminary 2013 tax rate and actual 2012 tax rate for Municipal purposes only and a comparison of amounts to be
raised by taxes for 2013 and 2012.
MANDATORY MINIMUM BUDGET MESSAGE MUST INCLUDE A SUMMARY OF:
1. HOW THE 1977 "CAP" WAS CALCULATED. (Explain in words what the "CAPS" mean and show the figures.)
2. 2013 "CAP" LEVY WORKBOOK SUMMARY
3. A SUMMARY BY FUNCTION OF THE APPROPRIATIONS THAT ARE SPREAD AMONG MORE THAN ONE OFFICIAL LINE ITEM
(e.g. if Police S&W appears in the regular section and also under "Operations Excluded from "CAPS" section, combine the
figures for purposes of citizen understanding.)
4. INFORMATION OR A SCHEDULE SHOWING THEA AMOUNTS CONTRIBUTED FROM EMPLOYEES, THE EMPLOYER SHARE
AND THE TOTAL COST OF HEALTH CARE COVERAGE (Refer to LFN 2011-4).
Increase or (Decrease)
The following is an analysis of Employee Group Health:
COMPARISON OF TAX RATE FOR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES