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  • Independent Agencies Independent Agencies Organizational Chart

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  • Independent Agencies Independent Agencies Budget Summary

    2015 Actuals

    2016 Appropriated

    2017 Recommended

    Agencies Division of the Clerk and Recorder 2,306,861 2,860,775 2,911,373 City Council 4,299,092 4,691,257 6,029,994 Auditor 6,193,645 6,866,454 8,695,887 Denver District Attorney 21,617,554 22,737,373 24,133,899 Denver County Court 21,980,464 23,283,663 23,758,329 Office of Municipal Public Defender 880,829 1,028,663 1,317,101 Office of Human Resources 11,552,438 12,448,354 14,303,884 Hearing Office 490,675 532,394 563,948 Election Division 4,526,216 7,182,327 4,512,195 Board of Adjustment for Zoning Appeals 304,782 328,120 353,168 Civil Service Commission 1,415,050 1,746,738 1,702,482

    Total 75,567,605 83,706,119 88,282,260 Expenditures Personnel Services 65,746,641 70,818,506 76,060,510 Services and Supplies 9,628,259 11,985,991 12,089,306 Capital Equipment 78,011 791,133 0 Internal Services and Misc. 114,693 110,490 132,444

    Total 75,567,605 83,706,119 88,282,260 Total General Fund 75,567,605 83,706,119 88,282,260

    Special Revenue Funds General Government 2,036,321 3,103,893 2,718,800 Public Safety 2,395,723 1,711,151 1,662,069

    Total Special Revenue Funds 4,432,044 4,815,044 4,380,869 Grants Grants 1,695,659 1,193,205 950,241

    Total Grants 1,695,659 1,193,205 950,241 Personnel Complement General Fund General Fund Operations - Civilian 788.03 785.17 798.91 Special Revenue Funds Public Safety - Civilian 15.50 12.75 15.17

    Total Personnel Complement 803.53 797.92 814.08

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  • Independent Agencies City Council 0201000

    Overview

    The Denver City Council constitutes the legislative branch of the City and County government. The City Council is composed of thirteen elected members, of whom eleven represent districts and two are elected at-large. The body is supported by six central staff members, twenty-seven Council aides (pending the approval of the 2017 budget, number of aides will increase to 40), and ten on-call administrative support assistants, aides and analysts.

    The City Council program goal is to enact ordinances, approve contracts and changes to the zoning code, levy taxes, appropriate monies for city government operations, and hold weekly public meetings to discuss and prepare proposed laws and changes to the Denver Revised Municipal Code (D.R.M.C.). The City Council is also the oversight body for city agencies and has the authority to investigate agency activities and employees. Additionally, City Council members directly represent city residents and advocate for Denvers communities.

    Legislative Services includes the Executive Director, Council Secretary, Staff Assistant, and Legislative Analysts. Theseemployees collectively administer the City Council Central Office; facilitate Councils public meetings and provideparliamentary guidance; maintain official records of Councils proceedings; assist with committee work (bill research,preparation, and coordination with city agencies); perform policy research and development of legislative initiativesalong with strategic advice; and provide administrative support to Council members, Council aides, and thelegislative process.

    City Council Operations includes Council members and Council aides. Activities include attendance at Councilmeetings and public votes on legislative items; oversight responsibilities; representation on boards and commissions;constituent services; office budget management; and coordination and collaboration with city agencies, the Mayor,city residents, business groups, and civic organizations.

    Vision

    To provide for the fiscal stability of the Citys core assets and services; to maintain the Citys infrastructure; to develop sound economic development strategies; and to allocate appropriate resources to provide for the safety of Denvers citizens.

    Mission

    To give thoughtful consideration to all proposed legislation and budget measures, to assist residents with city-related issues and connect them with agency resources, to provide leadership and build coalitions to address neighborhood and city-wide challenges, and to make decisions in accordance with the best interests of the citizens and the City and County of Denver.

    Budget Highlights 2015

    Actuals 2016

    Appropriated 2017

    Recommended $

    Change %

    Change

    Expenditures by Type

    Personnel Services 3,967,832 4,253,383 5,215,064 961,681 22.6%

    Services and Supplies 322,488 428,799 797,240 368,441 85.9%

    Internal Services and Misc. 8,772 9,076 17,690 8,614 94.9%

    4,299,092 4,691,257 6,029,994 1,338,737 28.5%

    Expenditures by Activity

    Legislative Services 663,493 749,393 838,436 89,043 11.9%

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  • City Council 0201000

    Budget Highlights 2015

    Actuals 2016

    Appropriated 2017

    Recommended $

    Change %

    Change

    City Council Operations 3,635,598 3,941,864 5,191,558 1,249,694 31.7%

    4,299,092 4,691,257 6,029,994 1,338,737 28.5%

    Other Program Funding Sources

    General Government SRF 198,228 187,000 187,000 0 0.0%

    Total Program Expenditures 4,497,319 4,878,257 6,216,994 1,338,737 27.4%

    Personnel Complement (Budgeted)

    City Council Operations 36.75 35.75 50.00 14.25 39.9%

    Legislative Services 6.00 8.00 7.00 (1.00) (12.5%)

    Total Personnel Complement 42.75 43.75 57.00 13.25 30.3%

    Revenue

    Fees 134 0 0 0 0.0%

    Miscellaneous Other 105 0 0 0 0.0%

    238 0 0 0 0.0%

    Vacancy Savings (131,635)

    Significant Budget Changes By Program

    Impact Description FTEs Dollars City Council An increase to fund an additional City Council Aide in each councilmember's office. This

    includes an increase in personnel services of $865,900 for thirteen new aide positions and an increase of $106,900 in the services and supplies for office supplies and equipment for the new personnel. The expansion also includes an increase in the internal services of $8,400 for cell phone stipends. These additional staffing resources will address rising workload volumes experienced by existing staff.

    13.00 981,200

    An increase in personnel services to account for adjustments to the wages of council aidesfollowing a staffing study completed by the Office of Human Resources.

    0.00 213,000

    An increase in personnel services due to the addition of a City Council aide position in 2016.Although this position was first approved in 2016, the funding will begin in 2017.

    1.00 56,500

    An increase in personnel services due to the expansion of a City Council aide position fromhalf-time to full-time. Although this position change was first approved in 2016, the fundingfor the expanded hours will begin in 2017.

    0.50 28,900

    An increase in services and supplies to restore funds that had been temporarily moved topersonnel services to support payouts and on-call expenses in 2016.

    0.00 206,200

    An increase in services and supplies for consistent management software. This software willallow councilmembers' offices to better monitor and organize constituent concerns.

    0.00 50,000

    A decrease in personnel services due to a transfer of funds to the services and supplies.These funds had been temporarily moved to personnel services to support payouts and on-call expenses in 2016.

    0.00 (206,200)

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  • City Council 0201000

    Impact Description FTEs Dollars City Council A decrease in personnel services due to a change in hours associated with the creation of a

    3/4 time City Council Aide position. To accommodate this change, a full-time professional occupations intern position was abolished.

    (0.25) 3,200

    A decrease in personnel services due to the conversion of a City Council aide position to on-call status. There is no change to the budget as the funding for the former position was converted to on-call dollars.

    (1.00) 0

    Capital Equipment

    None.

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  • Independent Agencies Office of the Clerk and Recorder

    2015 Actuals

    2016 Appropriated

    2017 Recommended

    Expenditures by Division Division of the Clerk and Recorder 2,306,861 2,860,775 2,911,373 Election Division 4,526,216 7,182,327 4,512,195

    Total 6,833,076 10,043,102 7,423,568

    Expenditures by Type Personnel Services 4,209,423 5,714,928 5,128,668 Services and Supplies 2,474,702 3,486,291 2,233,950 Capital Equipment 78,011 791,133 0 Internal Services and Misc. 70,940 50,750 60,950

    Total 6,833,076 10,043,102 7,423,568

    Total General Fund 6,833,076 10,043,102 7,423,568 Special Revenue Funds General Government 0 250,000 250,000

    Total Special Revenue Funds 0 250,000 250,000 Personnel Complement General Fund General Fund Operations 115.00 109.40 81.89

    Total Personnel Complement 115.00 109.40 81.89

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  • Office of the Clerk and Recorder

    Executive Overview

    The Clerk and Recorder performs all of the duties required of the county clerk and recorder by the Colorado Constitution. The Clerk has two appointees: the Deputy Clerk and Recorder and the Director of Elections that oversee the two divisions within the Office of the Clerk and Recorder. Debra Johnson is Denvers second elected Clerk and Recorder.

    By City Charter, Denvers Clerk and Recorder is comprised of the City Clerk, County Recorder, Public Trustee and Chief Elections Official. The Clerk is also:

    Member of the Denver Board of Equalization Member of the Citywide Records Management Committee Attester to the signature of the Mayor Co-signer of all city contracts and city ordinances

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