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1 First Passenger Train over Nome River Bridge Work Session & Regular Meeting Monday May 22, :00 PM / 7:00 P.M. City Council Chambers

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3 Mayor Richard Beneville Manager Tom Moran Clerk Bryant Hammond Nome City Council Stan Andersen Jerald Brown Louie Green, Sr. Mark Johnson Tom Sparks Lew Tobin WORK SESSION, 6:00 PM: 102 Division St. P.O. Box 281 Nome, Alaska Phone (907) Fax (907) NOME COMMON COUNCIL WORK SESSION & REGULAR MEETING AGENDA MONDAY, MAY 22, 6:00/7:00 PM COUNCIL CHAMBERS IN CITY HALL Discussion on the City s FY18 Budgetary Requests, PAGE 1 REGULAR MEETING, 7:00 PM: I. ROLL CALL II. III. IV. APPROVAL OF AGENDA APPROVAL OF MINUTES A. May 8, 2017 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes, PAGE 3 COMMUNICATIONS A. Letter of May 5, 2017 from Giselle Belle Bourgeois to City of Nome re: Mental Health Test, PAGE 11 B. Press Release of May 5, 2017 from Nome Volunteer Fire Department re: Teller BSRH / Foster House Fire, PAGE 13 C. of May 9, 2017 from Jake Kenick to Manager Moran re: Ice and Snow Removal Ordinance, PAGE 15 D. Card from Nome Nordic to Nome Common Council re: Thank You for Your Support, PAGE 17 D. Flyer re: Spring CleanUp from May 27 June 4, PAGE 23 V. CITIZENS COMMENTS VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS Page 1 of 3

4 Nome Common Council Work Session & Regular Meeting May 22, 2017 A. O An Ordinance Amending Chapter 16 (Streets, Sidewalks, and Public Places) of the Nome Code of Ordinances, Second Reading/Public Hearing/Final Passage, PAGE 25 B. O An Ordinance Amending Title 18 (Zoning) of the Nome Code of Ordinances, Second Reading/Public Hearing/Final Passage, PAGE 31 VII. NEW BUSINESS A. O An Ordinance Granting a Vacation of RightofWay Application in Block 116, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 33 B. Memorandum of May 19, 2017 from Finance Director to City Council re: FY17 Budget Amendments, PAGE 39 C. O An Ordinance to Establish, Approve and Adopt the FY 2018 City of Nome General Fund Municipal Budget and Exercising the Power to Assess and Authorizing the Levy of a General Property Tax, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 45 D. O An Ordinance to Establish, Approve and Adopt the FY 2018 City of Nome School Debt Service Fund Budget, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 79 E. O An Ordinance to Establish, Approve and Adopt the FY 2018 City of Nome Special Revenue Fund Budget, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 81 F. O An Ordinance to Establish, Approve and Adopt the FY 2018 City of Nome Capital Projects Fund Budget, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 83 G. O An Ordinance to Establish, Approve and Adopt the FY 2018 City of Nome Construction Capital Projects Fund Budget, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 85 H. O An Ordinance to Establish, Approve and Adopt the FY 2018 City of Nome Port of Nome Fund Budget, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 86 I. O An Ordinance to Establish, Approve and Adopt the FY 2018 City of Nome Port of Nome Capital Projects Fund Budget, First Reading/Discussion, PAGE 97 J. R A Resolution Setting the City of Nome Contribution for the FY 2018 Nome School District Budget, PAGE 99 Page 2 of 3

5 Nome Common Council Work Session & Regular Meeting May 22, 2017 K. R A Resolution Setting the City of Nome Mill Rate for 2017, PAGE 101 L. R A Resolution Proclaiming June 10, 2017 as Lemonade Day Nome, PAGE 103 M. R A Resolution Requesting FY 2018 Payment in Lieu of Taxes Funding from the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, PAGE 105 N. R A Resolution Approving the Renewal Application for a Correctional Facility Permit within the City of Nome by Geo Care, Inc., Public Hearing, PAGE 107 VIII. IX. UTILITY MANAGER S REPORT A. Activity Report: May 9 19, VERBAL CITY MANAGER S REPORT A. Activity Report: May 9 19, PAGE 127 B Port Commission Regular Meeting Minutes, PAGE 139 X. CITIZENS COMMENTS XI. XII. XIII. COUNCILMEN S COMMENTS MAYOR S COMMENTS AND REPORT A. Appointment of Vacant Port Commission Seat F, PAGE 143 B. Activity Report: May 9 19, VERBAL ADJOURNMENT Page 3 of 3

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7 1. Building Maintenance pickup truck $35,000 Currently, vehicle 612, a 2005 Chevy Tahoe is in poor condition. The primary issues are electrical. The instrument cluster no longer works, no allowing the driver to know how s/he is going, oil pressure etc. The dash and interior lights do not work and the 4wheel drive is no longer functional. There are also issues with the door locks and window switchers. The vehicle currently has over 150,000 miles on it. Delaying replacement would cut expenses, though would only delay the costs associated with replacing the 2005 Tahoe. The cost of addressing the above listed issues would cost an estimated $5,000 $6,000. Having a pickup truck in Building Maintenance would allow for greater ability to haul items, as well as decrease ongoing maintenance costs. 2. PW Garage floor $95,000 Currently, the floor in the Public Works Garage is not level, allowing water to collect in puddles in the low spots. The cement has been cracking over recent years, with cracks being an inch wide and extending upwards of 20 feet. Public Works staff report that you can feel floor move when heavy equipment is driven into the shop. Four years ago, a loader went through the floor. Fortunately staff was not injured and the piece of equipment was not damaged. The 12 x 25 section of the floor was repaired shortly afterwards. The issue can be addressed by boring holes and pumping cement into the foundation, though due to the size of the gap caused by settling, this method is expected to be prohibitively expensive. The $95,000 is an estimate for tearing up the concrete slab, fixing the foundation and pouring a new slab. The settling has resulted in a safety issue. Pools of water provide slipping hazards for staff. More severely, another piece of equipment could go through the floor in the future. If staff was injured or a piece of equipment damaged, the costs could be far greater than $95,000. The best case scenario of deferring the recommended maintenance will be continued cracking and pooling of water inside. A potential alternative might be shoring up the cement slab with steel beams attached to the footings. This should add additional support to the floor, but was not calculated at the time of the above cost estimate. 3. Tractor trailer and side dump $180,000 Currently, Public Works uses four end dumps to haul snow, garbage, and construction debris from abatements and ucall, we haul. Each end dump hauls about 10 yards of gravel and 20 yards of snow. The purchase of a side dump would allow for more efficient hauling by doubling the volume of material in one vehicle per trip. Benefits would include reduced Roads Crew staff time spent in routine hauling of snow and gravel. Additional benefits would include easier loading of construction materials during abatements. Delaying or denying purchase would continue the status quo in terms of hauling material for roads projects. An alternative would be renting one on an asneeded basis. QTrucking currently rents a side dump and driver for $ per hour. 4. Telehandler $40,000 1

8 Currently, the City uses a loader for the installation and removal ladders in the small boat harbor. Other tasks, such as window maintenance are typically deferred until needed rather than addressed routinely. Benefits include more frequent maintenance for windows, siding, roofs, and painting on City owned property. A telehandler would allow for easier loading of calcium in the sander for dust control. A potential alternative would be renting one from QTrucking more often for routine maintenance. 5. Mini excavator $40,000 A mini excavator would allow for easier digging of graves and cleaning drainage ditches in town and on Port Rd. During spring, the equipment will be used for clearing drains of snow and ice to allow for better drainage of meltwaters. Currently, the City uses a Case 580 backhoe for these tasks. The backhoe is large and blocks most traffic when it s being used clearing drainage ditches or drains. A smaller piece of equipment will allow for less disruption to the public traffic patterns. The Hitachi 310 is used to dig graves in the Cemetery. The equipment is heavy, presenting challenges in maneuverability and wear and tear in the Cemetery as well as access to potential grave sites. A smaller unit would allow for less damage to the Cemetery grounds, as well as the ability to access more potential grave sites. 6. Tire shredder $75,000 Currently, tires are deposited at the landfill and monofill and eventually buried as is. The City receives an estimated 500 tires a year at both locations combined. A tire shredder will allow staff to reduce the tires to one third of their original size, thereby using less space and extending the life of the each facility. 7. Tire machine $10,000 Currently an estimated 10 dump truck tires and 1 or 2 grader tires are changed each year by hand. A tire machine will allow for quicker and safer changing of tires. A dump truck tire typically takes one person 15 minutes to change. The 140 grader tires take four people 3 4 hours to change. 2

9 MINUTES NOME CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING May 8, 2017 The regular meeting of the Nome City Council was called to order at 7:00 PM by Mayor Beneville in Council Chambers of City Hall, located at 102 Division Street. ROLL CALL Members Present: Members Absent: Also Present: In the audience: Louie Green; Mark Johnson; Tom Sparks; Lew Tobin; Jerald Brown Andersen (excused) Richard Beneville, Mayor; Tom Moran, City Manager; Bryant Hammond, City Clerk; John Handeland, Utility Manager; Julie Liew, Finance Director Davis Hovey, KNOM; Sandra Medearis, Arctic News; Jamie Burgess; Shawn Arnold; Jacob Phillips; Nancy Mendenhall; Jon Berkeley; Elizzbeth Dillman; Jennifer Reader; Kent Runion; Barb Amarok APPROVAL OF AGENDA Mayor Beneville asked if there were any changes to the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion was made by C. Sparks and seconded by C. Brown to approve the agenda as presented. At the roll call: Aye: Green; Johnson; Sparks; Tobin; Brown Nay: Abstain: The motion CARRIED. A. April 10, 2017 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes. Discussion: Councilman Tobin noted one mistake that needed correcting. A motion was made by C. Sparks and seconded by C. Tobin to approve the April 10, 2017 minutes. At the roll call: Aye: Green; Johnson; Sparks; Tobin; Brown Nay: Abstain: 3

10 The motion CARRIED. B. April 24, 2017 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes. Discussion: Councilman Tobin noted one mistake that needed correcting. A motion was made by C. Sparks and seconded by C. Johnson to approve the April 24, 2017 minutes. At the roll call: Aye: Johnson; Sparks; Tobin; Brown; Green Nay: Abstain: The motion CARRIED. C. May 3, 2017 Board of Equalization Meeting Minutes. COMMUNICATIONS A motion was made by C. Sparks and seconded by C. Tobin to approve the May 3, 2017 minutes. At the roll call: Aye: Sparks; Tobin; Brown; Green Nay: Abstain: Abstain The motion CARRIED. A. of April 24, 2017 from Josie Bourdon to Councilman Sparks re: Curfew Change Request. Manager Moran noted a curfew could be set by ordinance. Councilman Sparks asked City Staff to keep an eye on the situation. B. Letter of April 25, 2017 from Janis Ivanoff to Mayor Beneville re: 2016 Community Benefit Share Disbursement. C. Memo of May 5, 2017 from Clerk Hammond to Nome Common Council re: Late Filers for Municipal Tax Exemption. A motion was made by C. Tobin and seconded by C. Brown to direct the Clerk to accept the applications as if timely filed. At the roll call: Aye: Tobin; Brown; Green; Johnson; Sparks Nay: 4

11 Abstain: The motion CARRIED. D. Thank You Card from Nome Volunteer Fire Department to Nome Common Council. E. Flyer re: Spring CleanUp from May 27 June 4. CITIZENS COMMENTS 1) Sandra Medearis requested the Council clarify the meaning of O when the item came up for discussion. PLANNING AND ZONING A. April 4, 2017 Planning Commission Regular Meeting Minutes. UNFINISHED BUSINESS A. O An Ordinance Amending Chapter 16 (Streets, Sidewalks, and Public Places) of the Nome Code of Ordinances, Second Reading/Public Hearing/Final Passage. For the purpose of holding a public hearing, the Council recessed at 7:15 PM. Discussion: John Handeland expressed concern over the new ordinance transferring liability to private citizens. He noted that a layer of snow is typically safer than removing snow to concrete as glare ice can easily form through a thin fresh layer of snow. He suggested striking chapter in its entirety. Manager Moran noted the ordinance requiring the clearing of snow had been on the books for years. He explained the issues during Iditarod which prompted the addition of ice removal to the requirements of Councilman Tobin recalled the slippery conditions outside the old museum and commended the property owners that cleared snow immediately. Councilman Green noted the State of Alaska owned the sidewalks. Councilman Johnson noted the proposed ordinance had good intentions, though expressed concern over the potential transfer of liability. Councilman Tobin asked if the City were to clear the Stateowned sidewalks, would that transfer liability to the City. John Handeland noted discussion has centered on Front Street, yet Steadman, Bering, and Sepalla all had sections with sidewalks owned by the State of Alaska. He expressed appreciation of everyone s snow removal efforts, through reiterated his concern over liability issues. The Council reconvened at 7:38 PM. A motion was made by C. Sparks and seconded by C. Brown to adopt O

12 Discussion: Councilman Brown requested the City Attorney review the ordinance regarding liability concerns. NEW BUSINESS A motion was made by C. Brown and seconded by C. Tobin to table O until the May 22, 2017 regular Council Meeting. At the roll call: Aye: Johnson; Sparks; Tobin; Brown; Green Nay: Abstain: The motion CARRIED. A. O An Ordinance Authorizing the Purchase of Real Property by the City of Nome from Arctic Gold Mining, LLC, First Reading/Discussion. A motion was made by C. Brown and seconded by C. Sparks to advance O Discussion: Councilman Johnson noted Arctic Gold Mining, LLC was a client and he would abstain. Councilman Brown asked Nikolai Ivanoff to give further background. Mr. Ivanoff explained ownership of the lot would provide more security for the City of Nome to develop a more advanced fire training grounds. He noted AGM would probably want to negotiate a higher price. Mayor Beneville asked what would happen to the Beech 25 currently located on the lot. Mr. Ivanoff stated that what was on the lot would come with the lot. At the roll call: Aye: Green; Johnson; Sparks; Tobin; Brown Nay: Abstain: The motion CARRIED. B. O An Ordinance Amending Title 18 (Zoning) of the Nome Code of Ordinances, First Reading/Discussion. A motion was made by C. Tobin and seconded by C. Brown to advance O Discussion: Manager Moran noted that the definition for junk vehicles was being copied from Title 5 to Title 18 for clarity s sake. Councilman Sparks asked if there would be any practical effect to the zoning code. 6

13 Manager Moran stated there would be no practical effect at this time; though, the Planning Commission was hoping to address the issue of junk vehicles in the near future. At the roll call: Aye: Johnson; Sparks; Tobin; Brown; Green Nay: Abstain: The motion CARRIED. C. O An Ordinance Authorizing the Disposal of Municipal Property by Lease to Alaska Marine Lines, First Reading/Discussion. A motion was made by C. Brown and seconded by C. Sparks to advance O Discussion: Manager Moran explained the lease had been on the books for years in the same format, allowing for extension after five years and requiring a new lease after ten years. Councilman Johnson asked about the pricing. Port Director Baker explained it was comparable to similarly sized properties at similar length leases. A. R A Resolution Proclaiming May 7 13, 2017 as Municipal Clerks Week, CITY ATTORNEY S REPORT N/A UTILITY MANAGER S REPORT A motion was made by C. Brown and seconded by C. Sparks to adopt R At the roll call: Aye: Sparks; Tobin; Brown; Green; Johnson Nay: Abstain: The motion CARRIED. Utility Manager Handeland presented his verbal report highlighting the successful air test the small CAT generators air permit. He noted Jay Wieler is retiring after 30 years and that Doug Johnson and Nate Perkins were set to retire in June. Manager Handeland also noted that the process regarding the Air Force and Lot 7 on Port was ongoing. Councilman Johnson asked how the Utility was going to replace such longtime employees. Manager Handeland noted NJU was working on the issue. Councilman Tobin asked about the settling along the bike path between town and Icy View. 7

14 Manager Handeland explained the settling has not affected the lines because of the pressurization. CITY MANAGER S REPORT Manager Moran presented his written report highlighting the commencement of Dawn Ubelaker s contract as Animal Control Officer for the City. He thanked the Council and Staff for showing their support at Nathan Barron s retirement party. He reminded the Council that their first budget work session was at noon on May 11 th. Councilman Tobin asked how the meetings regarding Nome s homeless and chronic inebriate population were going. Manager Moran noted they were held at 2 PM on Friday afternoons and attendance could be a few people to standing room only. Mayor Beneville asked that Mitch Erickson be invited to attend. Councilman Tobin asked for an update on the old museum and library building. Manager Moran explained the different options being considered. Councilman Johnson asked that the Council be more involved in the process of assessing real property in Nome. Manager Moran explained the process was to be carried out objectively by an independent assessor and that the Council could not be involved. Councilman Johnson expressed concern for the citizens that did not open their mail. CITIZENS COMMENTS 1) Port Director Baker addressed the Council regarding comments on the Snake River dredging project at the last meeting. She explained that dredged material was hauled from the River to Thornbush subdivision and would dewater there over the next few years. She noted that Nome is once again in the Corps of Engineers work plan. COUNCILMEN S COMMENTS 1) Councilman Green no comment. 2) Councilman Johnson no comment. 3) Councilman Sparks no comment. 4) Councilman Tobin stated it was nice to see that ice is almost out and noted it was strange to see several people leaving town. 5) Councilman Brown no comment. MAYOR S COMMENTS AND REPORT Mayor Beneville updated the Council on recent meetings and community events. Mayor Beneville reappointed Jake Kenick to the Museum and Library Commission. A motion was made by C. Green and seconded by C. Brown to confirm the Mayor s appointment. 8

15 At the roll call: Aye: Sparks; Tobin; Brown; Green; Johnson Nay: Abstain: The motion CARRIED. ADJOURNMENT A motion was made by C. Sparks and seconded by C. Green that the meeting be adjourned. Hearing no objections, the Nome Common Council adjourned at 8:29 PM. APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor ATTEST: BRYANT HAMMOND City Clerk 9

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31 1 st Reading: April 24, nd Reading: May 22, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 16 (STREETS, SIDEWALKS, AND PUBLIC PLACES) OF THE NOME CODE OF ORDINANCES WHEREAS, the City of Nome ( City ) recognizes the need to maintain clear lanes of travel on both streets and sidewalks; and, WHEREAS, the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (AKDOT&PF) provides snow removal on State streets during inclement weather conditions as soon as it is safe to do so; and, WHEREAS, the City provides snow removal on City streets during inclement weather conditions as soon as it is safe to do so; and, WHEREAS, the City already recognizes the responsibility of property owners to clear accumulated snow from the sidewalks adjacent to their lots. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, that the Nome Common Council formally amends Chapter 16 to make clear the responsibility of property owners to also remove any accumulated ice on a public sidewalk adjacent to their property. Section 1. Amendment of Chapter Chapter of the Code of Ordinances of Nome, Alaska is hereby created to read as follows [deleted text is overstruck; added text is underlined]: Chapter MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Sections: Snow and ice removal Snow and ice removal. No person having the care, either as owner or occupant, of any premises bordered by a sidewalk shall fail to remove any snow or ice which may have fallen or accumulated thereon within a reasonable time thereafter. (Ord. O , 2014: Ord. O (part), 1994) Section 2. Effective Date. This ordinance is effective upon passage. 25

32 APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, RICHARD BENEVILLE, Mayor ATTEST: BRYANT HAMMOND, Clerk 26

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37 1 st Reading: May 8, nd Reading: May 22, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 18 (ZONING) OF THE NOME CODE OF ORDINANCES WHEREAS, the City of Nome ( City ) recognizes the need to maintain clear, concise, and consistent definitions within its Code of Ordinances; and, WHEREAS, Title 18 (Zoning) of the Nome Code of Ordinances does not include a definition for a junk motor vehicle ; and, WHEREAS, Title 5 (Buildings and Construction) of the Nome Code of Ordinances does include a definition for a junk motor vehicle ; and, WHEREAS, at its meetings of April 4, 2017 and May 2, 2017, the Planning Commission asked that the City Manager remedy this discrepancy by transferring the definition from Title 5 to Title 18. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, that the City Council formally amends Title 18 to adopt the junk vehicle definition that is already included in Title 5. Section 1. Amendment of Chapter Chapter of the Code of Ordinances of Nome, Alaska is hereby created to read as follows [deleted text is overstruck; added text is underlined]: Chapter DEFINITIONS Junk means any worn out, wrecked, scrapped, partially or fully dismantled, discarded, tangible material, combination of materials or items, stored on a lot but not including a commercial operation and not constituting a public safety, nuisance or hazard concern. Junk motor vehicle means a discarded, dismantled, wrecked, scrapped or mined motor vehicle or parts thereof, an unregistered motor home not connected to water and/or sewer, or a vehicle other than an onpremises utility vehicle which is allowed to remain unregistered for a period of thirty days from the date of discovery. Junkyard, commercial means any lot, or portion of a lot, which is used for the purpose of the outdoor storage, handling, dismantling, wrecking, keeping, or sale of junk, used, discarded, wrecked, or abandoned airplanes, appliances, vehicles, boats, buildings and building materials, 31

38 machinery, equipment, or parts thereof including but not limited to scrap metals, wood, lumber, plastic, fiber, or other tangible materials and for which a sales tax license has been issued by the city. Section 2. Effective Date. This ordinance is effective upon passage. APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, RICHARD BENEVILLE, Mayor ATTEST: BRYANT HAMMOND, Clerk 32

39 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 26, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A VACATION OF RIGHTOFWAY APPLICATION IN BLOCK 116 Section (b). Section 2. Authority. This ordinance is adopted pursuant to authority granted by NCO Classification. This is a noncode ordinance. Section 3. Findings. The Norton Sound Health Corporation ( NSHC ) is a notforprofit health care organization. The City Council finds that NSHC intends to construct new facilities on Blocks 115 and 116. These facilities will enable NSHC to provide behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment, health aid training, a public health nursing program, an emergency medical services training and potentially assisted living facilities for elders and prenatal patients. There is a clear need for improved and expanded mental and physical health services in Nome. Collectively, these services will serve to substantially improve the mental and physical health and overall wellbeing of Nome residents and the people of the greater Nome area. The City Council finds that the importance and value of these public services to the community justifies disposing of the rightsofway interests in these blocks without seeking bids for the property and, moreover, without receiving cash compensation for the disposed of property. Section 4. Vacation of RightofWay in Block 116. The City Council hereby disposes of the following real property interest by vacating the following rightsofway: East L Street (300 x 40 x $5.50 = $66,000) and East M Street (300 x 40 x $5.50 = $66,000) between East 6 th Avenue and Greg Kruschek Avenue; and the alleys found within Blocks 116 and 117 (600 x 20 x $5.50 = $66,000). This disposal applies to rightsofway only and does not vacate or convey any other interests the City may have in the identified area, including utilities easements. Disposal is conditioned on the property being used for the purposes identified in Section 3 of this ordinance and the services continued value to the public. The interest granted shall revert to the City upon the premises, 33

40 including and surrounding the vacated rightofway, being used for purposes inconsistent with the findings of Section 3 of this ordinance. Section 4. Effective Date. This ordinance is effective upon adoption. APPROVED and SIGNED this 26 th day of June, RICHARD BENEVILLE, Mayor ATTEST: BRYANT HAMMOND, Clerk 34

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45 MEMORANDUM Date: May 19, 2017 To: Mayor Beneville & Nome Common Council Members C.c.: Tom Moran, City Manager From: Julie Liew, Finance Director Subject: Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budgets Recent work sessions by the Nome Common Council were held on May 8, May 11 and May 17 to discuss the preliminary FY 2018 budgets for the City of Nome and Nome Public Schools. In accordance with the provisions of Section of the Nome Code of Ordinances, the FY 2018 Budgets of the City of Nome are hereby presented for your approval. The budgets contain the operating budget for the General Fund; the Debt Service Fund; the Special Revenue Fund; the Capital Projects Fund; the Construction Capital Projects Fund; two enterprise funds, the operating budget for the Port of Nome and the Port of Nome Capital Projects Fund. General Fund The budget contains revenue projections that we consider to be realistic and conservative. The projections are based on numbers from FY 2015 through to numbers received yeartodate for FY We also take into consideration information about economic trends at the local and state level. Based on the data, the total FY 2018 budget for the General Fund is projected at $12,267,282, which is a decrease of $393, or 3% from last year (FY 2017). Revenue 1) Overall revenue is projected at $11,275,341, a decrease of $1,385, or 11% from FY2017 2) Based on postboe information, property tax taxable base has increased by about 11% from FY2017 as a result of a flat increase in assessed values over a 3year timeframe FY2017 Tax base = $255,967,995 (real property) + $30,366,434 (personal property) = $286,334,429 FY2018 Tax base = $289,394,740 (real property) + $27,940,554 (personal property) = $317,335,294 39

46 3) Mill rate is projected to be reduced from the current 11 mills to 10 mills 4) State revenues are projected to be down 5) Sales tax revenue is projected to decrease by about 2% from the FY 2017 budgeted number 6) A decrease in building rental revenue is projected resulting from sale of the daycare building to Kawerak, Inc. Expenditure 7) Overall expenditure is projected to increase by $842,507 or 7% from FY 2017 budgeted number 8) Total personnel costs projected to increase by 1% after factoring an increase in insurance costs of 8% and worker s compensation insurance of 5%; the bargaining agreement expires in December 2017 and will be up for negotiation/renewal. 9) An increase in the Nome Public School District s FY2018 budget request of 24% from $2,014,952 to $2,500,000 10) An increase in capital expenditure requests repair leaking roof at the mini convention center, sinking garage floor in the public works building, installation of LED lights at NRC, vehicle replacements in the public works and police departments, replacement of boilers at City Hall and NRC. Based on the above points, a deficit of $991,941 is projected which will be taken out from savings or fund balance to balance the budget at $12,267,282. Port of Nome Fund 1) Overall revenue is projected at $1,595,545, a decrease of $377,475 or 19% from FY 2017 as FY 2017 revenues were attributable to the Hooper Bay and Quintillion projects 2) Overall expenditure is projected at $1,595,545, a decrease of $102,352 or 6% from FY 2017 Thank you. 40

47 SUMMARY OF ALL FUNDS' REVENUES AND APPROPRIATIONS (Updated as of May 19, 2017) Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget 4/30/2017 ( D ) YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 Amended and FY2018 Proposed Budget Notes GENERAL FUND REVENUE PROPERTY TAX $ 3,012, $ 3,171, $ 3,149, $ 2,980, $ 3,173, $ 23, Total 2017 taxable base (postboe & after Kawerak's late appeal) = $317,335,294 ; 1 mill = $317,335 ; proposed mill rate at 10 mills SALES, HOTEL/MOTEL TAXES $ 5,251, $ 5,188, $ 5,488, $ 3,771, $ 5,388, $ Projecting a decrease in sales tax activity. Forecast of $5.25 (100,000.00) million adjusted per CM. TAX PENALITIES & INTEREST $ 60, $ 49, $ 47, $ 61, $ 47, $ PERMITS, LICENSES & FEES $ 504, $ 454, $ 454, $ 341, $ 483, $ 29, SHARED REVENUE/MUNI ASSISTANCE $ 766, $ 220, $ 281, $ 240, $ 177, $ Revenue sharing is expected to be decreased; health insurance (103,812.47) premium holiday not expected to recur PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES $ 805, $ 752, $ 789, $ 724, $ 795, $ 5, CHARGE FOR SERVICES $ 20, $ 7, $ 13, $ 30, $ 3, $ (10,300.00) PUBLIC SAFETY SPECIAL SERVICES $ 239, $ 183, $ 183, $ 225, $ 193, $ 9, RECREATION $ 277, $ 251, $ 279, $ 231, $ 275, $ (3,800.00) NOME SWIMMING POOL $ 52, $ 32, $ 32, $ 15, $ 32, $ CULTURE $ 2, $ 10, $ 10, $ 7, $ 1, $ (8,500.00) FINES & FORFEITURES $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ 6, $ 7, $ (500.00) INVESTMENT & INTEREST EARNINGS $ 36, $ 20, $ 26, $ 50, $ 45, $ 19, BUILDING, EQUIPMENT, LAND LEASE RENTALS $ 222, $ 272, $ 204, $ 174, $ 160, $ (44,406.89) DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS $ 21, $ 1, $ 16, $ 25, $ 10, $ (5,921.55) SALE OF GENERAL FIXED ASSETS $ 467, $ $ 1,347, $ 1,499, Exclude any proceeds from potential sale of municipal $ (1,347,422.00) $ property as no firm timeline is available 41 FUND BAL APPROP EQUIP/VEHICLE $ $ $ 329, $ $ 480, $ 150, TOTAL REVENUE $ 11,752, $ 10,623, $ 12,660, $ 10,387, $ 11,275, $ (1,385,593.74) Appropriate from selfinsurance/equipment replacement funds for vehicle replacements in NPD and Public Works

48 SUMMARY OF ALL FUNDS' REVENUES AND APPROPRIATIONS (Updated as of May 19, 2017) Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget 4/30/2017 ( D ) YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 Amended and FY2018 Proposed Budget Notes GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 42 LEGISLATIVE $ 188, $ 109, $ 108, $ 93, $ 157, $ 48, Add boiler expense ADMINISTRATION $ 672, $ 795, $ 808, $ 760, $ 799, $ (9,262.92) Add boiler expense INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY $ 190, $ 254, $ 254, $ 194, $ 298, $ 43, CITY CLERK $ 334, $ 364, $ 402, $ 308, $ 431, $ 28, PLANNING & ENGINEERING $ 131, $ 108, $ 106, $ 72, $ 117, $ 10, POLICE $ 2,046, $ 2,241, $ 2,241, $ 1,617, $ 2,367, $ 126, ANIMAL CONTROL $ 2, $ 15, $ 40, $ 5, $ 42, $ 1, FIRE $ 334, $ 316, $ 682, $ 564, $ 335, $ (347,031.25) AMBULANCE $ 280, $ 298, $ 300, $ 189, $ 288, $ (12,365.76) PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING MAINTENANCE $ 163, $ 525, $ 563, $ 411, $ 600, $ 36, Add freight costs OLD ST. JOE'S $ 26, $ 23, $ 23, $ 17, $ 23, $ (50.00) MINI CONVENTION CENTER $ 57, $ 45, $ 46, $ 36, $ 113, $ 66, GOLD HILL TUTIT ININAT $ 78, $ 62, $ 30, $ 27, $ $ (30,542.23) PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING $ 76, $ 45, $ 44, $ 31, $ 138, $ 94, SENIOR CITIZENS BUILDING $ 82, $ 59, $ 65, $ 42, $ 60, $ (4,375.00) LANDFILL $ 461, $ 346, $ 386, $ 307, $ 425, $ 39, Add freight costs CEMETERY $ 35, $ 38, $ 62, $ 18, $ 167, $ 105, Add freight costs PARKS/PLAYGROUNDS/LIGHTS $ 178, $ 119, $ 119, $ 39, $ 57, $ (62,188.21) PUBLIC WORKS ROAD MAINTENANCE $ 736, $ 802, $ 900, $ 730, $ 1,070, $ 169, RECREATION $ 711, $ 700, $ 712, $ 533, $ 780, $ 68, SWIMMING POOL $ 146, $ 139, $ 144, $ 76, $ 153, $ 8, MUSEUM $ 331, $ 411, $ 396, $ 284, $ 345, $ (50,436.83) LIBRARY $ 298, $ 299, $ 300, $ 224, $ 302, $ 2, RFB KATIRVIK $ 9, $ 33, $ 32, $ 14, $ 28, $ (4,029.25) VISITORS CENTER $ 161, $ 165, $ 168, $ 136, $ 164, $ (3,960.00) NONDEPARTMENTAL $ 2,552, $ 2,437, $ 2,481, $ 2,248, $ 2,997, $ 516, TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE $ 10,291, $ 10,761, $ 11,424, $ 8,987, $ 12,267, $ 842, GENERAL FUND SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) FUND BALANCE $ 1,460, $ (137,937.50) $ 1,236, $ 1,399, $ (991,941.00) TOTAL BUDGET $ 11,752, $ 10,761, $ 12,660, $ 10,387, $ 12,267, $ (393,652.74) Exclude new shop truck ($40K); reallocate freight costs to other departments Increase in school contribution from FY17 (+$485,048); reduce portion of transfer to debt service that is not reimbursable by the State ($219,536); add NEST (+$20K) and Nome Preschool (+$45K)

49 SUMMARY OF ALL FUNDS' REVENUES AND APPROPRIATIONS (Updated as of May 19, 2017) Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget 4/30/2017 ( D ) YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 Amended and FY2018 Proposed Budget Notes SCHOOL DEBT SERVICE FUND TOTAL REVENUE $ 602, $ 590, $ 1,284, $ 1,166, $ 557, $ (726,719.24) TOTAL EXPENDITURE $ 330, $ 576, $ 1,273, $ 1,146, $ 557, $ (715,797.92) DEBT SERVICE FUND SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) $ 271, $ 14, $ 10, $ 19, $ 1.20 $ (10,921.32) TOTAL BUDGET $ 602, $ 590, $ 1,284, $ 1,166, $ 557, SPECIAL REVENUE FUND TOTAL REVENUE $ 389, $ 282, $ 356, $ 328, $ 231, $ (356,723.58) TOTAL EXPENDITURE $ 389, $ 282, $ 356, $ 248, $ 231, $ (356,723.58) SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND $ $ $ $ 79, $ $ TOTAL BUDGET $ 389, $ 282, $ 356, $ 328, $ 231, CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND TOTAL REVENUE $ 9,024, $ 1,384, $ 974, $ 268, $ 430, $ (544,119.78) 43 TOTAL EXPENDITURE $ 9,121, $ 1,384, $ 974, $ 464, $ 430, $ (544,119.78) SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND $ (96,890.02) $ $ $ (196,151.35) $ $ TOTAL BUDGET $ 9,121, $ 1,384, $ 974, $ 464, $ 430, CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND TOTAL REVENUE $ $ 20, $ 31, $ $ $ TOTAL EXPENDITURE $ $ 20, $ 31, $ 28, $ $ SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) TRANSFER FROM DEBT SERVICE FUND $ $ $ $ (28,370.23) $ $ TOTAL BUDGET $ $ 20, $ 31, $ 28, $

50 SUMMARY OF ALL FUNDS' REVENUES AND APPROPRIATIONS (Updated as of May 19, 2017) Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget 4/30/2017 ( D ) YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 Amended and FY2018 Proposed Budget Notes PORT OF NOME FUND REVENUE CAUSEWAY FACILITY $ 642, $ 945, $ 1,060, $ 896, $ 705, $ (355,000.00) HARBOR FACILITY $ 413, $ 492, $ 502, $ 399, $ 459, $ (43,000.00) CAPE NOME FACILITY $ $ $ $ $ $ INDUSTRIAL PARK FACILITY $ 318, $ 360, $ 360, $ 339, $ 360, $ OTHER REVENUE $ 89, $ 80, $ 30, $ 26, $ 55, $ 25, INTEREST EARNINGS $ 17, $ 10, $ 20, $ 19, $ 16, $ (4,500.00) CONTRIBUTIONS/OTHER $ 28, $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL REVENUE OPERATING $ 1,509, $ 1,888, $ 1,973, $ 1,681, $ 1,595, $ (377,475.00) EXPENDITURE CAUSEWAY FACILITY $ 519, $ 517, $ 538, $ 307, $ 450, $ (87,744.40) HARBOR FACILITY $ 119, $ 218, $ 225, $ 106, $ 189, $ (36,228.65) CAPE NOME $ 13, $ 10, $ 6, $ $ 17, $ 11, INDUSTRIAL PARK $ 128, $ 170, $ 135, $ 41, $ 104, $ (31,115.30) PORT ADMIN OFFICE $ 608, $ 713, $ 792, $ 451, $ 833, $ 41, TOTAL EXPENDITURE OPERATING $ 1,387, $ 1,629, $ 1,697, $ 907, $ 1,595, $ (102,352.21) OPERATING SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) BEFORE DEPRECIATION $ 121, $ 258, $ 275, $ 773, $ 44 PORT CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND TOTAL BUDGET $ 1,509, $ 1,888, $ 1,973, $ 1,681, $ 1,595, $ (377,475.00) TOTAL REVENUE $ 5,447, $ 1,550, $ 8,192, $ 592, $ 7,031, $ (1,160,169.71) TOTAL EXPENDITURE $ 5,447, $ 1,595, $ 8,259, $ 1,217, $ 7,096, $ (1,162,459.86) SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) TRANSFER FROM PORT OPERATING FUND $ $ (45,000.00) $ (67,290.15) $ (625,520.54) $ (65,000.00) TOTAL BUDGET $ 5,447, $ 1,595, $ 8,259, $ 1,217, $ 7,096,869.00

51 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 12, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO. O AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FY 2018 CITY OF NOME GENERAL FUND MUNICIPAL BUDGET AND EXERCISING THE POWER TO ASSESS AND AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A GENERAL PROPERTY TAX SECTION 1. SECTION 2. This is a noncode ordinance. WHEREAS, the City Manager of Nome has submitted to the City Council a proposed budget for fiscal year 2018 pursuant to A.S (3); and, WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed said budget and determined that $12,267,282 is a necessary and appropriate sum for the General Fund Municipal Budget; and WHEREAS, it is in accordance with sound and efficient municipal management principles that the City Council should have the power to transfer funds from one fund to another, from one department to another, and from the Contingency Fund to any other fund or department by ordinance; and that the City Manager should have the power to transfer funds from one object code to another object code within a department and within a capital improvement project; and, WHEREAS, the total sum of revenue obtainable from resources other than a municipal property tax is $9,093,929.00; and, WHEREAS, the Assessor has advised the City Manager of the total assessment valuation of all taxable property within the city, said total being $317,335,294.00; and, SECTION 1. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Nome City Council of Nome, Alaska as follows: (A) The sum of 12,267, is hereby approved and appropriated for the General Fund Municipal Budget for the City of Nome for Fiscal Year SECTION 2. (A) (B) The City Council shall have the power to transfer approved and appropriated budget money from one fund to another; from one department to another; and from the Contingency Fund to any other fund or department by ordinance. The City Manager shall have the power to transfer from one object code to another object code within a department and within a capital improvement project. 45

52 SECTION 3. (A) General Fund Municipal Budget for the Fiscal Year 2018 shall rise by a levy of 10 mills upon taxable real and personal property within the City of Nome. APPROVED and SIGNED the 12 th day of June, RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor ATTEST: THOMAS MORAN, Manager 46

53 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes REVENUE GENERAL TAX COLLECTIONS Property Tax $ 2,737, $ 2,823, $ 2,815, $ 2,686, $ 2,893, $ 78, real property taxable base (postboe & after Kawerak's late appeal) = $289,394,740 ; proposed mill rate at 10 mills Personal Property Tax $ 290, $ 347, $ 334, $ 294, $ 279, $ 2017 personal property taxable base (postboe & after Kawerak's late appeal) (54,626.00) = $27,940,554 ; proposed mill rate at 10 mills Deferred Prop Tax $ (15,204.00) $ $ $ $ $ Prop Tax Exempt Redempt $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Property Tax $ 3,012, $ 3,171, $ 3,149, $ 2,980, $ 3,173, $ 23, Total 2017 taxable base (postboe & after Kawerak's late appeal) = $317,335,294 ; 1 mill = $317,335 ; proposed mill rate at 10 mills Sales Tax $ 5,092, $ 5,050, $ 5,350, $ 3,651, $ 5,250, $ (100,000.00) Includes 7% sales tax for 4 months and 5% sales tax for 8 months Hotel/Motel Tax $ 151, $ 130, $ 130, $ 110, $ 130, $ Sales Tax Other $ 7, $ 8, $ 8, $ 9, $ 8, $ Subtotal Sales and Hotel/Motel Tax $ 5,251, $ 5,188, $ 5,488, $ 3,771, $ 5,388, $ (100,000.00) TOTAL GENERAL TAX COLLECTIONS $ 8,264, $ 8,359, $ 8,637, $ 6,751, $ 8,561, $ (76,326.00) TAX PENALITIES & INTEREST Real PropertyPenalty $ 19, $ 20, $ 20, $ 24, $ 20, $ Real PropertyInterest $ 15, $ 12, $ 12, $ 16, $ 12, $ Personal PropertyPenalty $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ Personal PropertyInterest $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Sales TaxPenalty $ 17, $ 10, $ 10, $ 15, $ 10, $ Sales TaxInterest $ 3, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Pers & Real Pen & Int Pr Yr $ $ $ $ $ $ 47 TOTAL TAX PENALITIES & INTEREST $ 60, $ 49, $ 47, $ 61, $ 47, $ PERMITS, LICENSES & FEES Vehicle/ATV License $ 39, $ 30, $ 30, $ 21, $ 30, $ Chauffeur License $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ Animal License/Clinic $ 7, $ 8, $ 8, $ 5, $ 7, $ (1,000.00) Election Candidate Fees $ $ $ $ $ $ Health & Sanitation Cert $ $ $ $ $ $ Sales Tax Collection Lcns $ 10, $ 10, $ 10, $ 10, $ 10, $ Transient Business License $ $ $ $ $ $ (5.00) Bed Tax Collection License $ $ $ $ $ $ (15.00) Nome Landfill Maint Fees $ 388, $ 350, $ 350, $ 264, $ 380, $ 30, Correctional Faclty Permit $ $ $ $ $ $ Taxi Vehicle License Fee $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ (100.00) Pull Tab Sales License $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Resale Certificate $ 3, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ Moving, Land Use, Demo Permits $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ Building Permits $ 9, $ 20, $ 15, $ 11, $ 15, $ Mechanical/Electric Permit $ $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ (1,000.00) Remodeling Permit $ 37, $ 25, $ 25, $ 10, $ 25, $ Excavation/Fill Permit $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (300.00) Mining/Watershed Permit $ $ $ $ $ $ Cemetery Fees $ $ $ 4, $ 3, $ 4, $ TOTAL PERMITS, LICENSES & FEES $ 504, $ 454, $ 454, $ 341, $ 483, $ 29,630.00

54 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes SHARED REVENUE/MUNI ASSISTANCE Dept Rev Liquor Licenses $ 20, $ 20, $ 20, $ 9, $ 20, $ Dept Rev Raw Fish $ 29, $ 30, $ 30, $ $ 30, $ Dept Rev Amusement License $ $ $ $ $ $ Muni Assist Rev Sharing $ 260, $ 170, $ 175, $ 175, $ 127, $ (48,485.00) Estimated reduction in revenue sharing pending final passage of state budget St Shared RevenueEnergy$ $ $ $ $ $ $ State Fiscal Relief $ 310, $ $ 50, $ 50, $ $ (50,167.47) Empl PERS OnBehalf Relief $ 145, $ $ $ $ $ Emply Relief PSR LifeIns $ $ $ $ $ $ (366.00) Dept Ed OWL Internet $ $ $ 4, $ 4, $ $ (4,794.00) TOTAL SHARED REV/MUNI ASSISTANCE $ 766, $ 220, $ 281, $ 240, $ 177, $ (103,812.47) PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES NW College In Lieu of Taxes $ $ $ $ $ $ BLM In Lieu of Tax 198Acres $ $ $ $ $ $ PILT Unorganized Areas $ 457, $ 435, $ 473, $ 473, $ 470, $ (3,409.02) Nome Joint Utility PILT $ 250, $ 250, $ 250, $ 187, $ 250, $ Port of Nome PILT $ 33, $ 34, $ 32, $ 32, $ 33, $ 1, Base = $3,394, Nome School PILT $ $ $ $ $ $ (0.53) Nome Eskimo Comm PILT $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Bering Vue PILT $ 33, $ 12, $ 12, $ $ 12, $ Bering Strts Reg Housing PILT $ 28, $ 20, $ 20, $ 29, $ 28, $ 8, TOTAL PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES $ 805, $ 752, $ 789, $ 724, $ 795, $ 5, CHARGE FOR SERVICES Abatement/Foreclosure Fees $ $ $ 3, $ 20, $ $ (3,200.00) Failure 2 Remove Snow Fee $ $ $ $ $ $ StAk Reimb Dog # Self Move $ $ $ $ $ $ Project Admin Fee $ 16, $ 5, $ 7, $ 4, $ $ (7,000.00) Maps,Copies,Apparel,Pubs $ 1, $ $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, $ Court,Record,Review,PlatFee $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ Banking/ NSF Check Fees $ $ $ $ $ $ Notary Fee $ $ $ $ $ $ (100.00) Credit Card Service Fees $ $ $ $ 1.27 $ $ 48 TOTAL CHARGE FOR SERVICES $ 20, $ 7, $ 13, $ 30, $ 3, $ (10,300.00) PUBLIC SAFETY SPECIAL SERVICES Police Services, Protective $ $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Nome Police Patches $ $ $ $ $ $ Prints,Photos,Reports $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Alarm Monitor User Fees $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Ambulance Fees/NSHC $ 216, $ 175, $ 175, $ 223, $ 185, $ 10, Ambulance Accts Contract Adj $ $ $ $ (4,726.70) $ $ MOA Dispatch Trooper,Bldg Rent $ 20, $ 5, $ 5, $ 3, $ 5, $ MOA with DPS for limited dispatch services renewal? TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY SPECIAL SERVICES $ 239, $ 183, $ 183, $ 225, $ 193, $ 9,950.00

55 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes RECREATION NRC Passes $ 92, $ 75, $ 80, $ 64, $ 80, $ NRC Open Bowling $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ (300.00) NRC League Bowling $ $ $ $ $ $ NRC Shoe Rental $ $ $ $ $ $ NRC Admissions $ 46, $ 48, $ 58, $ 46, $ 58, $ NRC Instructional Classes $ $ $ $ $ $ NRC Equipment Rent $ 6, $ 4, $ 6, $ 5, $ 6, $ NRC Court & Gym Rental $ 43, $ 38, $ 38, $ 33, $ 38, $ NRC Membership Fees $ 33, $ 30, $ 45, $ 38, $ 45, $ NRC Locker Rental $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ NRC Sponsor Fees $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ 5, $ 8, $ NRC Player Fees $ 15, $ 15, $ 12, $ 10, $ 12, $ NRC Youth Activity Fees $ 10, $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ NRC Food,Snackbar,Vending $ 8, $ 13, $ 10, $ 6, $ 7, $ (2,500.00) NRC Bowling Lane Rental $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 3, $ 5, $ (1,000.00) NRC Bowling/Dining Fac Rental $ $ $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, $ TOTAL RECREATION $ 277, $ 251, $ 279, $ 231, $ 275, $ (3,800.00) NOME SWIMMING POOL Pool Passes $ 12, $ 7, $ 7, $ 3, $ 7, $ Pool Admissions $ 11, $ 6, $ 6, $ 4, $ 6, $ Pool Swimming Lessons $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 2, $ Pool Rentals Equipment $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Pool Facility Rental $ 23, $ 12, $ 12, $ 4, $ 12, $ Pool Locker Rental $ $ $ $ $ $ Pool Retail Sales $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ 49 TOTAL NOME SWIMMING POOL $ 52, $ 32, $ 32, $ 15, $ 32, $ CULTURE Museum Fees & Concessions $ $ 9, $ 9, $ 6, $ $ (8,500.00) Gift store concessions ($500) Library Use Fees, Copies $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ SCC Laundry Proceeds $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL CULTURE $ 2, $ 10, $ 10, $ 7, $ 1, $ (8,500.00) FINES & FORFEITURES Police Fine Traffic, Smoke $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ (500.00) Animal Fine,Dispose,Adoption $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ 1, $ 3, $ Library Fine, ILL Return Fee $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Bldg Mtnc Permit Fines $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ 6, $ 7, $ (500.00)

56 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes INVESTMENT & INTEREST EARNINGS Investment Earnings $ $ $ $ $ $ Interest Income $ $ $ $ $ $ Interest Earn Slf Ins/Eq $ 2, $ $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ Interest Earn Landfill $$ $ 20, $ 11, $ 11, $ 30, $ 26, $ 15, Interest Earn School Loan $ 9, $ 8, $ 8, $ 6, $ 7, $ (1,107.00) Interest Earn PERS Reserve $ 4, $ $ 3, $ 7, $ 7, $ 4, TOTAL INVESTMENT & INTEREST EARNINGS $ 36, $ 20, $ 26, $ 50, $ 45, $ 19, BUILDING, EQUIPMENT, LAND LEASE RENTALS Equipment Rental $ 54, $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ GGG Building/Space Rent $ $ $ $ $ $ Building Rental MCC $ 10, $ 8, $ 8, $ 7, $ 8, $ Gold Hill Tutit Ininat $ 104, $ 104, $ 36, $ 36, $ $ (36,405.39) Building has been sold to Kawerak Building Rental Old St Joe $ 13, $ 12, $ 12, $ 8, $ 10, $ (2,000.00) WM Caldwell Armory Lease $ 2.00 $ 2.00 $ 2.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ (1.00) Nome Cablevision Lease $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ (0.50) Public Health Svs Lease $ $ $ $ $ $ FAA New Zealand Instru LS $ $ $ $ $ $ FAA Newton Peak Lease $ $ $ $ $ $ Recycle Center Royalty $ 13, $ 14, $ 14, $ 3, $ 8, $ (6,000.00) Animal Shelter Royalty $ $ $ $ $ $ Rent/Lease $ 20, $ 120, $ 120, $ 103, $ 120, $ Kawerak's lease at RFB TOTAL BUILDING, EQUIPMENT, LAND LEASE R $ 222, $ 272, $ 204, $ 174, $ 160, $ (44,406.89) DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS Donations C McLain Museum $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ (900.00) Donations Library $ $ $ $ $ $ (200.00) Contributions NJU Lobbyist $ $ $ $ $ $ Contribution NJU Energy Consul $ $ $ $ $ $ Contributions NVFD Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ DonationsBelmont Pt Cemetery $ $ $ $ $ $ Donations Parks $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Donations Visitor Info Cnter $ $ $ $ $ $ Donations Public Safety, EMS $ 8, $ $ $ 10, $ 10, $ 10, Contribution from NSHC for NVAD vehicle maintenance Donations Clerks Office $ $ $ $ $ $ Donations Pub Wrks Bldg $ $ $ $ $ $ Donations Recreation Ctr $ 11, $ $ 14, $ 14, $ $ (14,521.55) Donations Animal Shelter $ $ $ $ $ $ (300.00) Donations Clean Up $ $ $ $ $ $ Donations PWKS Roads $ $ $ $ $ $ Donations Pool $ $ $ $ $ $ 50 TOTAL DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS $ 21, $ 1, $ 16, $ 25, $ 10, $ (5,921.55)

57 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes SALE OF GENERAL FIXED ASSETS Sale of Property/Easement $ 467, $ $ 1,345, $ 1,495, FY2017 daycare building sold to Kawerak; no timeline available on further sale $ (1,345,296.75) $ of municipal property Sale of Equipment, Supply $ $ $ 1, $ 2, $ $ (1,825.25) Sale Equipment Police $ $ $ $ 1, $ $ Sale Equipment Rec Center $ $ $ $ $ $ (300.00) TOTAL SALE OF GENERAL FIXED ASSETS $ 467, $ $ 1,347, $ 1,499, $ $ (1,347,422.00) FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATION Fund Bal Approp Equip/Vehicle $ $ $ 329, $ $ 480, $ 150, Vehicle replacements in NPD and Public Works TOTAL FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATION $ $ $ 329, $ $ 480, $ (1,347,422.00) TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE $ 11,752, $ 10,623, $ 12,660, $ 10,387, $ 11,275, $ (2,883,386.91) 51

58 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes EXPENDITURE LEGISLATIVE Salaries Mayor & Council $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 4, $ 1 Mayor, 6 City Council members Health InsuranceMayor&Council $ 20, $ 22, $ 22, $ 18, $ 40, $ 17, Life InsuranceMayor&Council $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Mayor & Council $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS Mayor & Council $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ (2.00) Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 27, $ 28, $ 28, $ 23, $ 46, $ 18, Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Public Official Insurance/Bond $ 23, $ 25, $ 22, $ 22, $ 27, $ 4, % increase Lobbying $ 37, $ $ $ $ 18, $ 18, State lobbyist LCA 75% to Port Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 2, $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Canon Expense Account $ $ $ $ $ $ Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ Telephone & internet services Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Dues & Memberships $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ AML; Iditarod Trail Committee; ACOM Travel, Training & Related Cost $ 12, $ 8, $ 8, $ 7, $ 8, $ Office Supplies $ $ 2, $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 2, $ 1, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, Mayor ($6K) AML Conference, Alaska Waterway Safety,Washington D.C., Iditarod Ceremonial Start; & Council ($2.5K) AML conference $ Printer copy charges; food & refreshments for work sessions Sponsorship/Donation/Contrib $ 22, $ 20, $ 20, $ 19, $ 20, $ Facility fee waivers Gas & Oil Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 2, $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ $ 52 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 111, $ 65, $ 64, $ 60, $ 88, $ 24, Building Maint Contracts $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Annual backflow preventor & boiler inspections Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 2, $ 4, $ 4, $ 1, $ 1, $ (2,950.00) General maintenance; painting supplies for exterior building walls Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ 4, $ 5, $ 5, $ 3, $ 5, $ Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ (80.00) Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 4, $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 16, $ 15, $ 15, $ 9, $ 12, $ (2,930.00) Machinery & Equipment $ 32, $ $ $ $ 9, $ 9, New boiler for City Hall (shared costs with Administration and Clerk departments) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 32, $ $ $ $ 9, $ 9, TOTAL LEGISLATIVE $ 188, $ 109, $ 108, $ 93, $ 157, $ 48,832.25

59 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes ADMINISTRATION Salaries Admin $ 172, $ 136, $ 136, $ 141, $ 151, $ 14, City Manager, 1 Executive Assistant Salaries Finance $ 185, $ 289, $ 289, $ 282, $ 253, $ (35,783.00) 1 Finance Director, 4 Acctg Techs (costs shared with IT and Port), 1 Acctg Clerk Salaries Overtime $ 3, $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,199.54) Accrued Personal Leave $ (7,914.72) $ 25, $ 25, $ 8, $ 9, $ (16,043.00) Health Insurance Admin $ 31, $ 67, $ 67, $ 74, $ 79, $ 11, Life Insurance Admin $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Admin $ 27, $ 32, $ 32, $ 33, $ 32, $ PERS Admin $ 90, $ 93, $ 93, $ 90, $ 94, $ Workers' Comp Ins Admin $ 1, $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ (1,100.15) Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 505, $ 649, $ 651, $ 637, $ 624, $ (27,407.69) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Public Official Insurance/Bond $ $ $ $ $ $ Audit/Accounting $ 33, $ 35, $ 35, $ 35, $ 34, $ (500.00) Accounting/financial audit (50% costs shared with Port) Legal Services $ 24, $ 16, $ 16, $ 6, $ 16, $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 13, $ 25, $ 25, $ 15, $ 25, $ Caselle support, Canon services, Pitney Bowes rental Expense Account $ 4, $ 3, $ 6, $ 7, $ 6, $ Christmas turkeys & food for employee party; employee of the month award expenses; consumables for meetings Advertising $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Communications $ 7, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 8, $ 2, Telephone, internet, fax Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Dues & Memberships $ $ $ $ $ $ AMMA; AGFOA; GFOA; LogMeIn subscription Travel, Training & Related Cost $ 4, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 6, $ Manager ($3K) AML conferences & Iditarod Ceremonial Start/Banquet; Finance ($3K) PERS conference, AGFOA conference Office Supplies $ 4, $ $ 5, $ 2, $ 4, $ (1,000.00) Operating & Repair Supplies $ 13, $ 10, $ 5, $ 4, $ 5, $ Printer copy charges; Christmas Extravaganza supplies; pantry supplies Sponsorship/Donation/Contrib $ 10, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 10, $ 3, Fall Clean Up; Spring Clean Up; Beach Clean Up Gas & Oil Supplies $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ $ $ 3, $ 2, $ 2, $ (1,000.00) Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ $ 3, $ 2, $ 2, $ (1,000.00) Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ $ 53 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 126, $ 116, $ 124, $ 99, $ 126, $ 2, Building Maint Contracts $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Annual backflow preventor & alarm inspection Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 11, $ 5, $ 6, $ 5, $ 3, $ (3,000.00) General maintenance & painting supplies for exterior building walls Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ 9, $ 10, $ 10, $ 7, $ 10, $ (300.00) Utilities Water $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (100.00) Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ (90.00) Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ (40.00) Utilities Heat $ 8, $ 12, $ 12, $ 6, $ 10, $ (2,000.00) Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 41, $ 29, $ 30, $ 21, $ 25, $ (5,530.00) Banking / Credit Card Fees $ $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 4, $ 2, Subtotal Other Expenses $ $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 4, $ 2, Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ 19, $ 19, New boiler for City Hall (shared costs with Legislative and Clerk departments) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ 19, $ 19, TOTAL ADMINISTRATION $ 672, $ 795, $ 808, $ 760, $ 799, $ (9,262.92)

60 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Salaries IT $ 37, $ 37, $ 37, $ 34, $ 64, $ 27, % Acctg Tech; 15% Acctg Tech (shared cost w/ Finance) Salaries Overtime $ 2, $ $ $ 1, $ $ (600.00) Accrued Personal Leave IT $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Health Insurance IT $ 5, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 11, $ 5, Life Insurance IT $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare IT $ 3, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 4, $ 2, PERS IT $ 10, $ 8, $ 8, $ 7, $ 14, $ 6, Workers' Comp Insurance IT $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 59, $ 56, $ 56, $ 54, $ 98, $ 41, Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 110, $ 140, $ 140, $ 116, $ 150, $ 10, GCSIT Managed Services & Project work $150K; NPD phone upgrades $12K (covered under Special Revenue Fund E911 funds) Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ 17, $ 10, $ 15, $ 16, $ 30, $ 15, Smartnet renewal with Cisco; EGov support website Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 128, $ 150, $ 155, $ 133, $ 180, $ 25, Machinery & Equipment $ 2, $ 48, $ 43, $ 7, $ 20, $ (23,000.00) 2 managed UPSs; $10K contingency Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 2, $ 48, $ 43, $ 7, $ 20, $ (23,000.00) TOTAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY $ 190, $ 254, $ 254, $ 194, $ 298, $ 43,

61 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes CITY CLERK Salaries City Clerk $ 154, $ 175, $ 175, $ 133, $ 175, $ City Clerk, 1 Deputy City Clerk, 1 Secretary Salaries Overtime $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,620.00) Accrued Personal LvCity Clerk $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Health Insurance City Clerk $ 25, $ 43, $ 43, $ 15, $ 43, $ (241.00) Life Insurance City Clerk $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare City Clerk $ 12, $ 13, $ 13, $ 10, $ 13, $ PERS City Clerk $ 36, $ 38, $ 38, $ 23, $ 38, $ Workers' Comp Ins City Clerk $ $ 1, $ $ $ 1, $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 230, $ 274, $ 275, $ 185, $ 274, $ (1,484.32) Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Public Official Insurance/Bond $ $ $ $ $ $ Audit/Accounting $ 9, $ $ 10, $ $ 10, $ Sales tax audit carryover Legal Services $ 3, $ $ 3, $ 4, $ 3, $ Foreclosure related Survey/Appraisal Services $ 20, $ 20, $ 40, $ 38, $ 61, $ 20, New assessor contract ($20K); move to digitized appraisal system ($41K) Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 18, $ 17, $ 17, $ 19, $ 20, $ 2, Codification; Yukon Title; Tex R Us mapping hosting service; Caselle support, Canon services Election Expenses $ 4, $ 7, $ 12, $ 13, $ 7, $ (4,876.08) 2 Council; 2 School Board; 1 Utility Board Advertising $ 6, $ 8, $ 3, $ 3, $ 6, $ 2, Communications $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ Telephone/fax/internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ 1, $ 2, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ One PC workstation replacement; Adobe full version software Dues & Memberships $ $ $ $ $ $ AAMC and IIMC (Clerk & Deputy Clerk) Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 3, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ AML Conf November (Clerk & Deputy Clerk) $2K; NW Clerks Institute Prof Devt Conf $2K; Iditarod Ceremonial Start/Banquet Office Supplies $ 1, $ 4, $ 4, $ 6, $ 4, $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 11, $ 6, $ 10, $ 15, $ 12, $ 2, Printer copy charges; postage meter charges; pantry supplies Resale Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ 55 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 83, $ 74, $ 111, $ 111, $ 134, $ 23, Building Maint Contracts $ 2, $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Annual backflow preventor & boiler inspections Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 1, $ (2,950.00) General maintenance; painting supplies for exterior building walls Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ 4, $ 5, $ 5, $ 3, $ 5, $ Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ (65.00) Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ (85.00) Utilities Heat $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 4, $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 20, $ 15, $ 15, $ 11, $ 12, $ (3,100.00) Cash Over/Short $ $ $ $ $ $ Banking / Credit Card Fees $ 1.99 $ $ 1.00 $ 1.48 $ $ (1.00) Subtotal Other Expenses $ $ $ $ 1.48 $ $ (1.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ 9, $ 9, New boiler for City Hall (shared costs with Legislative and Administration departments) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ 9, $ 9, TOTAL CITY CLERK $ 334, $ 364, $ 402, $ 308, $ 431, $ 28,538.85

62 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes PLANNING & ENGINEERING Salaries Planning & Engineer $ 36, $ 35, $ 35, $ 21, $ 36, $ Building Inspector Stipends Planning Commission $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Planning Commission $40 per member (7 x $40 x 12 = $3,360) Accrued Personal Leave P & E $ $ $ $ $ $ (148.00) Health Insurance P & E $ $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance P & E $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare P & E $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ PERS P & E $ $ 7, $ 7, $ $ 8, $ Workers' Comp Ins P & E $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 42, $ 50, $ 50, $ 26, $ 51, $ 1, Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 49, $ 30, $ 30, $ 21, $ 30, $ Bristol City Engineer Legal Services $ $ $ $ $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 34, $ 20, $ 20, $ 19, $ 27, $ 7, Bechtol Planning ($25K); Zone mapping Advertising $ $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ Open House advertisements Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ 2, $ 2, PC workstation replacement Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (700.00) Office Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Operating & Repair Supplies $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Gas & Oil Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ $ 1, $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ 1, $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ (10.00) Residential Demolition/Abatemt $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ Uncollectible abatements Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 89, $ 58, $ 56, $ 46, $ 66, $ 9, TOTAL PLANNING & ENGINEERING $ 131, $ 108, $ 106, $ 72, $ 117, $ 10,651.00

63 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes POLICE Salaries NPD $ 1,062, $ 1,229, $ 1,229, $ 891, $ 1,294, $ 64, Chief, 1 Lieutenant, 2 Sergeants, 6 Officers, 2 CSO, 7 Dispatchers, 1 Admin Asst (Temp Summer) Salaries Overtime NPD $ 49, $ 48, $ 48, $ 41, $ 48, $ Anticipated OT required for operations Accrued Personal Leave NPD $ 7, $ 48, $ 48, $ 33, $ 50, $ 2, Health Insurance NPD $ 182, $ 252, $ 252, $ 153, $ 254, $ 2, Life Insurance NPD $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ FICA/Medicare NPD $ 88, $ 97, $ 97, $ 73, $ 102, $ 4, PERS NPD $ 269, $ 256, $ 256, $ 176, $ 266, $ 10, Workers' Comp Insurance NPD $ 36, $ 41, $ 44, $ 44, $ 50, $ 6, Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 1,699, $ 1,976, $ 1,979, $ 1,417, $ 2,070, $ 90, Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ 8, $ 9, $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ Property/Building Insurance $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ Liability Insurance $ 55, $ 55, $ 53, $ 53, $ 58, $ 4, Increase of 9% Legal Services $ $ $ $ $ $ Estimated consulation with City Attorney on Title 47 and other issues Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 14, $ 12, $ 12, $ 9, $ 12, $ (750.00) Canon, GCSIT, APSIN, BlueZone Emulator Advertising $ $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ (850.00) Evidence disposal notices required by Nome Code of Ordinances Communications $ 12, $ 13, $ 13, $ 8, $ 13, $ Telephone/fax/internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ 2, $ 8, $ 8, $ 7, $ 8, $ Crimestar updates; software technology support; 2 PC workstations replacement Dues & Memberships $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ Crimestar subscription; AACOP; IACP; APOA Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 15, $ 16, $ 16, $ 8, $ 15, $ (1,000.00) Training to maintain certifications/professional standards/k9 cert Uniform/Clothing $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 4, $ 5, $ 2, Uniform replacement/worn and unservicable items Office Supplies $ 1, $ 4, $ 1, $ 1, $ 4, $ 2, Files/general office supplies Operating & Repair Supplies $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ 2, $ 2, $ (500.00) Copier supplies, consumables (batteries, events, employee recognition) Firearms & Ammunition $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ 1, $ 5, $ (2,200.00) Annual firearms training and qualification/ammunition replacement (surplus credit) Impound Fee Expense $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ Investigative impounds Investigations $ $ 1, $ 1, $ (719.00) $ 2, $ 1, Potential increase in SART examination expenses/lab fees Recruitment $ 3, $ 5, $ 5, $ 3, $ 5, $ Recurring recruitment cycle following attrition Gas & Oil Supplies $ 37, $ 32, $ 32, $ 24, $ 32, $ Projected fleet fuel costs Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 6, $ 10, $ 10, $ 6, $ 10, $ Fleet maintenance parts & summer tires Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ 11, $ 12, $ 12, $ 2, $ 12, $ Fleet maintenance tire installation & spring fleet service Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Tools & Equip Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.65 Miscellaneous specialty tools required for maintenance 57 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 190, $ 199, $ 196, $ 151, $ 202, $ 5, Building Maint Contracts $ 8, $ $ $ 1, $ $ Annual backflow preventor & alarm inspections; boiler inspection/certification Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 5, $ 3, $ 3, $ 1, $ 3, $ Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric 58% $ 25, $ 28, $ 28, $ 22, $ 28, $ Utilities Water 58% $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Utilities Sewer 58% $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage 58% $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Utilities Heat 58% $ 24, $ 29, $ 29, $ 20, $ 29, $ (200.00) Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 82, $ 65, $ 65, $ 48, $ 64, $ (150.00) Machinery & Equipment $ 74, $ $ $ $ 30, $ 30, CSO vehicle scheduled for replacement due to increased use and mileage of over 60K miles Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 74, $ $ $ $ 30, $ 30, TOTAL POLICE $ 2,046, $ 2,241, $ 2,241, $ 1,617, $ 2,367, $ 126,414.48

64 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes ANIMAL CONTROL Salaries Animal Control $ $ $ 22, $ $ $ (22,984.00) Salaries Overtime $ $ $ $ $ $ Accrued Personal Leave $ $ $ $ $ $ Health Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance $ 0.82 $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare $ $ $ 1, $ $ $ (1,797.00) PERS $ $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Insurance $ $ $ 1, $ $ $ (1,172.00) Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ $ $ 25, $ $ $ (25,953.00) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Legal Services $ $ 8, $ 2, $ $ $ (2,000.00) Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ 6, $ 3, $ 29, $ 23, Independent animal control contractor ($23K); annual pet vaccinations ($6,540) Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Travel,Training & Related Cost $ $ $ $ $ 2, $ 2, Potential euthanasia training for independent contractor Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ $ 1, $ $ 5, $ 4, Gas & Oil Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ 5, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ $ 13, $ 11, $ 4, $ 39, $ 28, Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ $ $ $ $ $ (20.00) Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (150.00) 58 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ (170.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL ANIMAL CONTROL $ 2, $ 15, $ 40, $ 5, $ 42, $ 1,877.00

65 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes FIRE Salaries Emerg Svs Admn $ 76, $ 96, $ 96, $ 49, $ 62, $ (34,222.00) 1 ESA P/T (30% cost share), 1 EST, 1 EST F/T temp (50% cost share with NVAD) Overtime Emerg Svs Admin $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ (512.62) Fire Chief Stipend $ 5, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 6, $ Accrued Personal Leave Fire $ $ $ $ $ $ (145.00) Health Insurance Fire $ 11, $ 12, $ 12, $ 3, $ 4, $ (7,628.00) Life Insurance Fire $ $ $ $ $ $ (80.00) FICA/Medicare Fire $ 6, $ 7, $ 7, $ 4, $ 4, $ (2,615.00) PERS Fire $ 18, $ 14, $ 14, $ 4, $ 6, $ (7,746.00) Workers' Comp Insurance Fire $ 6, $ $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ Special Disability Insurance $ 5, $ 6, $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 133, $ 144, $ 149, $ 80, $ 96, $ (52,854.82) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ 14, $ 16, $ 15, $ 15, $ 15, $ Property/Building Insurance $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ Legal Services $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 8, $ $ 3, $ $ 3, $ Canon services Volunteer Incentives $ 34, $ 30, $ 30, $ 34, $ 30, $ Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 4, $ 1, Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ 2, $ 2, PC workstations replacements (shared costs with NVAD) Travel,Training & Related Cost $ $ 10, $ 10, $ 7, $ 25, $ 15, High/low angle rescue class; Fire Chiefs conference; FF1FF2 class ($15K) Uniforms/Clothing $ 13, $ 5, $ 5, $ $ 15, $ 10, NFPA gear for 6 new members; replace aging gear Office Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ 5, $ 5, $ 1, $ 5, $ Safety supplies Gas & Oil Supplies $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ 1, $ 3, $ (100.00) Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 13, $ 4, $ 5, $ 6, $ 5, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ 21, $ 6, $ 7, $ 8, $ 7, $ Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ (10.00) Small Tools & Equipment $ 30, $ 30, $ 30, $ 5, $ 63, $ 33, Replacement of 10 bottles Scot Air Pack per NFPA requirements carryover from FY Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, $ $ 3, $ 2, Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 150, $ 118, $ 122, $ 86, $ 185, $ 63, Building Maint Contracts $ 3, $ $ $ $ $ Annual backflow preventor tests at IcyView & Firehall Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 3, $ 5, $ 3, $ 8, $ 3, New toilets and urinal in bathrooms Utilities Electric $ 6, $ 9, $ 9, $ 5, $ 8, $ (1,000.00) Utilities Water $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Garbage $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ (100.00) Utilities Heat $ 15, $ 24, $ 24, $ 14, $ 19, $ (5,000.00) Utilities Electric IV $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ (400.00) Utilities Water IV $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer IV $ $ $ $ $ $ (100.00) Utilities Garbage IV $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat IV $ 6, $ 8, $ 8, $ 5, $ 7, $ (500.00) Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 48, $ 54, $ 57, $ 36, $ 53, $ (3,950.00) Machinery & Equipment $ 1, $ $ 353, $ 361, $ $ (353,465.81) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 1, $ $ 353, $ 361, $ $ (353,465.81) TOTAL FIRE $ 334, $ 316, $ 682, $ 564, $ 335, $ (347,031.25)

66 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes AMBULANCE Salaries Emerg Svs Admin $ 76, $ 96, $ 96, $ 49, $ 69, $ (26,957.00) 1 ESA P/T (70% cost share), 1 EST, 1 EST F/T temp (50% cost share with NVFD) Salaries Overtime $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ (512.59) Ambulance Chief Stipend $ 5, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 6, $ Accrued Personal Leave Amb $ $ $ $ $ $ (144.00) Health Insurance Amb $ 10, $ 12, $ 12, $ 3, $ 4, $ (7,628.00) Life Insurance Amb $ $ $ $ $ $ (80.00) FICA/Medicare Amb $ 6, $ 7, $ 7, $ 4, $ 5, $ (2,062.00) PERS Amb $ 16, $ 14, $ 14, $ 4, $ 6, $ (7,746.00) Workers' Comp Insurance Amb $ $ $ $ $ $ (57.55) Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 118, $ 137, $ 138, $ 69, $ 92, $ (45,187.14) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ 7, $ 8, $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ Property/Building Insurance $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ Legal Services $ $ $ $ $ $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 12, $ $ 7, $ 11, $ 25, $ 17, Canon rental; Image Trend license use fees; O2 refilling contract ($5K); billing fees Volunteer Incentives $ 24, $ 25, $ 25, $ 20, $ 25, $ Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Telephone/internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ 2, $ 1, PC workstations replacements (shared costs with NVFD) Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 25, $ 15, $ 15, $ 11, $ 15, $ Maintain certifications and new EMT training; training for CPR, ACLS, BLS and PALS classes; symposiums in Anchorage and Fairbanks to obtain CMES Uniform/Clothing $ $ $ $ $ 2, $ 2, Vests/coats replacements Office Supplies $ $ 1, $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 14, $ 15, $ 15, $ 12, $ 15, $ Medical supplies; printer copy charges Emergency Preparedness $ $ $ $ $ $ Gas & Oil Supplies $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ 1, $ 3, $ Parts needed for aging ambulance Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 1, $ 6, $ Aging ambulance (Medic 2) and ESA vehicle 2008 Chev Tahoe Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Small Tools & Equipment $ 2, $ 17, $ 17, $ 8, $ 17, $ Flash lights, batteries, AEDs, seat belt cutters, stretchers, stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs, IV equipment, blood glucose equipment, suction devices, oxygen regulators, etc 60 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 107, $ 100, $ 106, $ 83, $ 127, $ 21, Building Maint Contracts $ 7, $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Annual backflow preventor, fire alarm system, boiler inspections; freezer maintenance Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ General maintenance Janitorial Services & Supplies $ 7.29 $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric 42% $ 16, $ 20, $ 20, $ 16, $ 20, $ Utilities Water 42% $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ Utilities Sewer 42% $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage 42% $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Heat 42% $ 17, $ 20, $ 20, $ 14, $ 20, $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 46, $ 44, $ 46, $ 36, $ 47, $ 1, Bad Debt $ $ $ $ $ 20, $ 20, Allowance for uncollectible ambulance payments Subtotal Other Expenses $ $ $ $ $ 20, $ 20, Machinery & Equipment $ 7, $ 15, $ 10, $ $ $ (10,000.00) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 7, $ 15, $ 10, $ $ $ (10,000.00) TOTAL AMBULANCE $ 280, $ 298, $ 300, $ 189, $ 288, $ (12,365.76)

67 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING MAINTENANCE Salaries Building Maint $ 68, $ 312, $ 312, $ 235, $ 322, $ 9, Supervisor; 2 Bldg Maintenance I; 1 Laborer; 1 Summer Temp; 1 Janitor Salaries Overtime $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,150.63) Accrued Personal Lv Bldg Mtnc $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 3, $ 6, $ 4, Health Insurance Bldg Mtnc $ 14, $ 56, $ 56, $ 45, $ 60, $ 3, Lfie Insurance Bldg Mtnc $ $ $ $ $ $ (8.00) FICA/Medicare Bldg Mtnc $ 5, $ 23, $ 23, $ 18, $ 24, $ PERS Bldg Mtnc $ 18, $ 65, $ 65, $ 50, $ 67, $ 2, Workers' Comp Insur Bldg Mtn $ 14, $ 21, $ 59, $ 25, $ 24, $ (35,781.20) Salaries Veh R/M Bldg Mtnc $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 123, $ 484, $ 524, $ 380, $ 506, $ (17,462.83) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ 4, $ 4, $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ $ Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 2, $ Telephone/internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Travel,Training & Related Cost $ $ $ $ (360.00) $ $ (150.00) Uniform/Clothing $ $ $ $ $ $ Office Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ 1, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Gas & Oil Supplies $ 10, $ 10, $ 10, $ 8, $ 10, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Small Tools & Equipment $ 4, $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ Building tools, tanks, equipment & equipment rentals Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ $ 61 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 26, $ 24, $ 26, $ 20, $ 27, $ 1, Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 7, $ 9, $ 7, $ 3, $ 9, $ 2, Janitorial Services & Supplies $ 6, $ 7, $ 6, $ 5, $ 7, $ 1, Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 13, $ 16, $ 13, $ 9, $ 16, $ 3, Used telehandler (extended forklift) ($10K) shared costs with PWR; new truck to replace Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ 50, $ 50, Chev Tahoe XYA612 ($35K) & freight costs ($5K) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ 50, $ 50, TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING MAINTENANCE $ 163, $ 525, $ 563, $ 411, $ 600, $ 36,597.17

68 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes OLD ST. JOE'S Health Insurance OSJ $ $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance OSJ $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare OSJ $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS OSJ $ $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Insurance OSJ $ $ $ $ $ $ Salaries OSJ (Bldg Mtnc) $ 3, $ $ $ $ $ Salaries Janitorial $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 5, $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ $ Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Office Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 4, $ 5, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ Building Maint Contracts $ $ $ $ $ $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (350.00) Utilities Electric $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Utilities Water $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Garbage $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Utilities Heat $ 10, $ 12, $ 12, $ 8, $ 12, $ 62 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 16, $ 18, $ 18, $ 12, $ 18, $ (150.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL OLD ST. JOE'S $ 26, $ 23, $ 23, $ 17, $ 23, $ (50.00)

69 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes MINI CONVENTION CENTER Health Insurance MCC $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance MCC $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare MCC $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS MCC $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Insurance MCC $ $ $ $ $ $ Salaries MCC (Bldg Mtnc) $ 5, $ $ $ $ $ Salaries Janitorial $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 8, $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ 10, $ 11, $ 13, $ 13, $ 15, $ 1, Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 11, $ 12, $ 13, $ 13, $ 15, $ 1, Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ 65, $ 65, Repair leaking roof Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 8, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 6, $ (300.00) Utilities Water $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Utilities Sewer $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Garbage $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Utilities Heat $ 17, $ 20, $ 20, $ 13, $ 20, $ 63 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 36, $ 32, $ 32, $ 23, $ 97, $ 64, Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL MINI CONVENTION CENTER $ 57, $ 45, $ 46, $ 36, $ 113, $ 66,656.00

70 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes GOLD HILL TUTIT ININAT Health Insurance GHTI $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance GHTI $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare GHTI $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS GHTI $ 2, $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Insurance GHTI $ $ $ $ $ $ Salaries GHTI (Bldg Mtnc) $ 9, $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 15, $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ 2, $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ $ (3,263.00) Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ 10, $ 7, $ $ (10,906.25) Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ (226.67) Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 3, $ 3, $ 14, $ 11, $ $ (14,395.92) Building Maintenance Contracts $ 8, $ 1, $ $ $ $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 4, $ 2, $ $ $ $ (400.45) Utilities Electric $ 13, $ 14, $ 6, $ 6, $ $ (6,282.16) Utilities Water $ 6, $ 7, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ (2,693.99) Utilities Sewer $ 5, $ 6, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,753.13) Utilities Garbage $ 2, $ 3, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,157.09) Utilities Heat $ 18, $ 25, $ 3, $ 3, $ $ (3,859.49) 64 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 60, $ 59, $ 16, $ 16, $ $ (16,146.31) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL GOLDHILL TUTIT ININAT $ 78, $ 62, $ 30, $ 27, $ $ (30,542.23)

71 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING Health Insurance PWKS Bldg $ 2, $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance PWKS Bldg $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare PWKS Bldg $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ PERS PWKS Bldg $ 6, $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Ins PWKS Bldg $ $ $ $ $ $ Salaries Public Works Bldg $ 25, $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 37, $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Small Tools & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ $ Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ 97, $ 96, Replacement of 86x24 ft of floor in the west bay of the garage ($95K); boiler inspection and certification ($2K) Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,000.00) Utilities Electric $ 6, $ 7, $ 7, $ 5, $ 7, $ Utilities Water $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Garbage $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Utilities Heat $ 27, $ 32, $ 32, $ 20, $ 30, $ (2,000.00) 65 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 38, $ 43, $ 44, $ 30, $ 138, $ 94, Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS BLDG $ 76, $ 45, $ 44, $ 31, $ 138, $ 94,246.30

72 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes SENIOR CITIZENS BUILDING Health Insurance SCC $ $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance SCC $ 7.17 $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare SCC $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS SCC $ $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Insurance SCC $ $ $ $ $ $ Salaries SCC (Bldg Mtnc) $ 3, $ $ $ $ $ Salaries SCC Janitorial $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 5, $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ 2, $ $ $ (2,875.00) Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 5, $ $ 3, $ 4, $ 5, $ 2, Propane Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 7, $ 2, $ 7, $ 6, $ 7, $ (375.00) Building Maintenance Contracts $ 15, $ 4, $ 4, $ 2, $ 4, $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 13, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ 15, $ 16, $ 16, $ 12, $ 16, $ Utilities Water $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Utilities Sewer $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Utilities Garbage $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 5, $ 1, Utilities Heat $ 16, $ 25, $ 25, $ 12, $ 20, $ (5,000.00) 66 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 70, $ 57, $ 57, $ 35, $ 53, $ (4,000.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL SENIOR CITIZENS BUILDING $ 82, $ 59, $ 65, $ 42, $ 60, $ (4,375.00) Annual backflow preventor, fire alarm, kitchen fire suppression system inspections; freezer maintenance; elevator inspection & service

73 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes LANDFILL/MONOFILL Salaries Landfill & Monofill $ 88, $ 69, $ 69, $ 55, $ 57, $ (11,974.00) 1 Equipment Operator II Accrued Personal Lv Landfill $ 4, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ (875.00) Health Insurance Landfill $ 17, $ 15, $ 15, $ 9, $ 8, $ (6,969.00) Life Insurance Landfill $ $ $ $ $ $ (7.00) FICA/Medicare Landfill $ 7, $ 5, $ 5, $ 4, $ 4, $ (916.00) PERS Landfill $ 24, $ 15, $ 15, $ 12, $ 12, $ (2,634.00) Workers' Comp Ins Landfill $ 5, $ 6, $ 1, $ (1,771.09) $ 5, $ 4, Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 147, $ 113, $ 108, $ 79, $ 89, $ (19,187.00) Vehicle/Boat/Eq Insurance $ 2, $ 3, $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 75, $ 60, $ 92, $ 67, $ 40, $ Miscellaneous engineering costs $10K; expansion design for monofill ($30K) estimated carryover (52,600.00) from FY Survey/Appraisal Services $ 8, $ 13, $ 30, $ 28, $ 50, $ 20, Annual sampling, permitting & survey at Monofill and Landfill ($50K) Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ $ Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Dues & Memberships $ $ $ $ $ $ Travel,Training & Related Cost $ $ $ $ $ $ (180.00) Operating & Repair Supplies $ 1, $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Recycling Center $ 6, $ 6, $ 10, $ 8, $ 10, $ Gas & Oil Supplies $ 17, $ 18, $ 18, $ 13, $ 18, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 77, $ 4, $ 20, $ 13, $ 5, $ (15,000.00) Landfill and monofill vehicles maintenance Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ 4, $ 1, $ $ 5, $ 3, Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ 5, $ $ $ $ $ Small Tools & Equipment $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, $ (300.00) Hand tools 67 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 195, $ 112, $ 179, $ 139, $ 135, $ (43,780.00) SalariesBldg Mtnc CC & Beam $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (500.00) Utilities Electric $ 3, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 4, $ Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ 10, $ 15, $ 15, $ 7, $ 15, $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 17, $ 20, $ 20, $ 11, $ 20, $ Debt Payment $ 100, $ 100, $ 77, $ 77, $ 100, $ 22, Landfill loan with ADEC Subtotal Other Expenses $ 100, $ 100, $ 77, $ 77, $ 100, $ 22, Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ 80, $ 80, Purchase used shredder for tires, wood, plastics and drums ($75K) & freight costs ($5K) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ 80, $ 80, TOTAL LANDFILL/MONOFILL $ 461, $ 346, $ 386, $ 307, $ 425, $ 39,059.00

74 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes CEMETERY Salaries Morgue $ 15, $ 19, $ 19, $ 4, $ 54, $ 34, Cemetery Manager (30 hrs) & summer F/T laborer Accrued Leave Morgue $ $ $ $ $ 2, $ 2, Health Insurance Morgue $ $ $ $ $ 24, $ 24, Life Insurance Morgue $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Morgue $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 4, $ 2, PERS Morgue $ 1, $ $ $ $ 9, $ 9, Workers' Comp Ins Morgue $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 19, $ 21, $ 21, $ 4, $ 96, $ 74, Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Survey/Appraisal Services $ $ $ $ $ 5, $ 4, Complete survey of old and new areas; overlay of radar scan Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 5, $ 3, Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Cemetery Committee "Day of the Dead" Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ 10, $ $ 10, $ Mapping software & installation Small Tools & Equipment $ $ $ 10, $ $ $ (10,000.00) Road Maintenance Materials $ 5, $ 5, Gravel for fill materials Subtotal Operating Expenses $ $ 3, $ 23, $ $ 25, $ 7, Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 2, $ 2, $ 6, $ 5, $ 2, $ (4,000.00) Utilities Electric $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ 6, $ 8, $ Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 16, $ 13, $ 17, $ 13, $ 13, $ (3,700.00) Credit Card Service Fees $ $ $ 0.64 $ 0.64 $ $ (0.64) Subtotal Other Expenses $ $ $ 0.64 $ 0.64 $ $ (0.64) Mini excavator (8 to 10 feet bracket) 40% share with PWR digging graves; cleaning ditches and Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ 32, $ 32, catching basins lids ($24K) & freight costs ($8K) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ 32, $ 32, TOTAL CEMETERY $ 35, $ 38, $ 62, $ 18, $ 167, $ 110,034.36

75 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes PARKS/PLAYGROUNDS/LIGHTS Health Insurance Parks $ 5, $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance Parks $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Parks $ 2, $ $ $ $ $ (12.44) PERS Parks $ 6, $ $ $ $ $ (35.77) Workers' Comp Ins Parks $ $ $ $ $ $ Salaries Parks/Playgrounds $ 27, $ $ $ $ $ (162.00) Salaries Monuments, Signs $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 42, $ $ $ $ $ (210.21) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ (28.00) Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 5, $ $ 5, $ 3, $ 5, $ New hockey rink on Commerce Bench Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ City Beautification/Betterment $ $ 16, $ 16, $ $ 5, $ (11,500.00) Dog park; campground; signage Gas & Oil Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ $ $ $ $ $ (100.00) Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 5, $ 16, $ 21, $ 3, $ 10, $ (11,628.00) Building Maintenance Contracts $ 77, $ 50, $ 34, $ $ $ (34,600.00) Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 23, $ 20, $ 30, $ 9, $ 1, $ (29,000.00) Utilities Electric $ 20, $ 22, $ 22, $ 18, $ 25, $ 3, Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Potapotty at Campground Utilities Garbage $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 7, $ Utilities Heat $ 2, $ 4, $ 4, $ 1, $ 3, $ (200.00) 69 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 129, $ 102, $ 97, $ 36, $ 36, $ (60,350.00) Land/Buildings & Improvements $ $ $ $ $ 5, $ 5, Gravel for youth softball field; grass seed for parks Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ 5, $ 5, Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ 10, $ 10, TOTAL PARKS/PLAYGROUNDS/LIGHTS $ 178, $ 119, $ 119, $ 39, $ 57, $ (62,188.21)

76 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes PUBLIC WORKS ROAD MAINTENANCE Salaries Operators $ 206, $ 233, $ 233, $ 198, $ 179, $ (53,249.00) 3 Equipment Operators II, 2 seasonal F/T Operators (20% of costs sharedwith Port) Salaries Temporary Help $ 4, $ 15, $ 15, $ $ 30, $ 15, Salaries Overtime $ 17, $ 25, $ 25, $ 35, $ 25, $ Accrued Personal LvOperators $ $ 15, $ 15, $ 11, $ 13, $ (1,450.00) Health Ins Operators $ 53, $ 58, $ 58, $ 40, $ 49, $ (8,526.00) Life Insurance Operators $ $ $ $ $ $ (96.00) FICA/Medicare Operators $ 20, $ 20, $ 20, $ 19, $ 17, $ (3,156.00) PERS Operators $ 68, $ 55, $ 55, $ 50, $ 43, $ (11,955.00) Workers' Comp Ins Operators $ 25, $ 23, $ 29, $ 29, $ 21, $ (7,628.02) Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 396, $ 446, $ 452, $ 386, $ 381, $ (71,060.02) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ 19, $ 22, $ 19, $ 19, $ 22, $ 2, Property/Building Insurance $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ $ $ $ $ $ Survey/Appraisal Services $ $ $ $ $ $ Snow Removal $ 13, $ 23, $ 23, $ 19, $ 25, $ 1, Snow removal, snow cleanup and snow dump leases Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 14, $ 5, $ 5, $ $ $ (4,500.00) Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Telephone/internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ 5, $ 5, $ $ $ (4,500.00) Dues & Memberships $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ (500.00) Travel,Training & Related Cost $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ Uniform/Clothing $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ Office Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Gas & Oil Supplies $ 101, $ 100, $ 100, $ 88, $ 100, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 53, $ 30, $ 50, $ 51, $ 50, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ 10, $ $ $ 10, $ 10, Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 1, $ 4, $ Vehicle Registration; Summer and Winter permits for 5 heavy vehicles Small Tools & Equipment $ 4, $ 7, $ 7, $ 4, $ 1, $ (6,600.00) Shop tools Road Maintenance Materials $ 109, $ 120, $ 150, $ 97, $ 200, $ 50, Calcium; salt; tailings; neutralizer to clean tank & pumps 70 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 324, $ 333, $ 370, $ 287, $ 419, $ 48, Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 1, $ 2, $ $ 2, $ Utilities Electric $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ 6, $ 10, $ 3, Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ 6, $ 8, $ 8, $ 6, $ 9, $ 1, Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 15, $ 16, $ 17, $ 13, $ 21, $ 4, Machinery & Equipment $ $ 6, $ 59, $ 42, $ 248, $ 188, Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ 6, $ 59, $ 42, $ 248, $ 188, TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS ROAD MAINTENANCE $ 736, $ 802, $ 900, $ 730, $ 1,070, $ 169, New tractor truck & freight (approx. $150K); used side dump from Q Trucking ($30K); new shop truck to replace 2004 Ford truck YYV124 ($40K); tire machine & freight ($10K); used extended forklift ($10K shared costs with PWB); mini excavator ($16K shared costs with PWB); freight costs

77 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes RECREATION Salaries NRC $ 272, $ 343, $ 343, $ 236, $ 358, $ 15, Salaries Overtime $ 13, $ 3, $ 8, $ 16, $ 3, $ (5,000.00) Accrued Personal Leave NRC $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ $ 2, $ (1,078.00) Health Insurance NRC $ 40, $ 49, $ 49, $ 35, $ 52, $ 3, Life Insurance NRC $ $ $ $ $ $ (5.00) FICA/Medicare NRC $ 23, $ 26, $ 26, $ 19, $ 27, $ 1, PERS NRC $ 52, $ 47, $ 47, $ 42, $ 47, $ (662.00) Workers' Comp Insurance NRC $ 9, $ 10, $ 8, $ 8, $ 11, $ 3, Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 413, $ 485, $ 487, $ 358, $ 505, $ 17, Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ (92.00) Property/Building Insurance $ 5, $ 6, $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 15, $ 20, $ 20, $ 19, $ 20, $ Sports referees/officials Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 5, $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ 1 PC workstation replacement Dues & Memberships $ $ $ $ $ $ Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 5, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ Director, 1 Asst Director, 2 FT Attendants, 3 PT Attendants, 1 FT Janitor; 1 PT Bowling Manager; Laborer (temp 6 months) AK Rec & Park Assoc annual conference (Asst Rec Director); National Rec & Park Assoc annual conference & Public Entity Risk Mgmt seminar & Iditarod Ceremonial Start/Banquet (Parks & Rec Director) Office Supplies $ $ 3, $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 4, $ 14, $ 14, $ 3, $ 14, $ Bowling parts; sport supplies ($1.8K); food/food services ($10K); trophies ($2.5K) Resale Supplies $ 10, $ $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ Youth Programs Supplies $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 4, $ Sponsorship/Donations/Contrib $ $ $ $ $ $ Gas & Oil Supplies $ 3, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ $ $ $ $ Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Small Tools & Equipment $ 1, $ 3, $ 3, $ $ 3, $ Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ 4, $ $ $ $ $ 71 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 63, $ 65, $ 67, $ 51, $ 68, $ 1, Salaries NRC (Bldg Mtnc) $ 20, $ $ $ $ $ Salaries Janitorial $ $ $ $ $ $ Building Maintenance Contracts $ 20, $ $ $ $ 12, $ 11, Annual backflow preventor, fire alarm, kitchen fire suppression & freezer inspections; new floor in men's locker room Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 15, $ 1, $ 6, $ 6, $ 8, $ 1, General maintenance ($1.5K); LED lights ($6.5K) Janitorial Services & Supplies $ 13, $ 10, $ 10, $ 7, $ 10, $ Cleaning supplies Utilities Electric $ 43, $ 49, $ 49, $ 39, $ 48, $ (1,000.00) Utilities Water $ 7, $ 7, $ 8, $ 6, $ 8, $ (20.00) Utilities Sewer $ 6, $ 6, $ 7, $ 5, $ 7, $ (700.00) Utilities Garbage $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 5, $ 7, $ Utilities Heat $ 50, $ 60, $ 60, $ 38, $ 60, $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 182, $ 141, $ 148, $ 110, $ 160, $ 11, Machinery & Equipment $ 51, $ 8, $ 8, $ 12, $ 46, $ 38, Cardio equipment ($8K); new boiler ($38K) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 51, $ 8, $ 8, $ 12, $ 46, $ 38, TOTAL RECREATION $ 711, $ 700, $ 712, $ 533, $ 780, $ 68,133.00

78 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes SWIMMING POOL Salaries Pool $ 63, $ 83, $ 83, $ 42, $ 85, $ 1, F/T Pool Manager, 3 Lifeguards, 1 Clerical Assistant/Pool Clerk Salaries Overtime $ $ $ $ $ $ Accrued Personal Leave Pool $ $ $ $ $ $ (305.00) Health Insurance Pool $ 7, $ 8, $ 8, $ 7, $ 8, $ Life Insurance Pool $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Pool $ 4, $ 6, $ 6, $ 3, $ 6, $ PERS Pool $ 12, $ 13, $ 13, $ 6, $ 13, $ Workers' Comp Insurance $ 4, $ 5, $ 4, $ 4, $ 6, $ 1, Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 93, $ 118, $ 118, $ 65, $ 121, $ 3, Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 4, $ 1, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Pool environmental testing Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ American Red Cross Certification/Recertification & training materials Office Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 11, $ 8, $ 8, $ 4, $ 8, $ Chemicals ($8K); Sports equipment ($500) Resale Supplies $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 2, $ Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 22, $ 15, $ 17, $ 9, $ 17, $ Pool Janitorial Contract $ $ $ $ $ $ Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ 3, $ 3, $ $ 11, $ 8, Pool mechanical and plumbing system ($8,775) Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 1, $ 4, $ 1, $ 2, $ (2,500.00) Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ (500.00) Swimming Pool Utilities $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ $ $ $ $ $ 72 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 1, $ 4, $ 8, $ 1, $ 13, $ 5, Machinery & Equipment $ 29, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (500.00) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ 29, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (500.00) TOTAL SWIMMING POOL $ 146, $ 139, $ 144, $ 76, $ 153, $ 8,825.88

79 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes MUSEUM Salaries Museum $ 123, $ 147, $ 147, $ 123, $ 151, $ 3, F/T Director, 1 F/T Museum Assistant replaced by new position of 1 F/T Education/Programs Coordinator, 2 P/T Museum Aides Salaries Temporary Hire $ 3, $ 10, $ 10, $ 5, $ $ (10,670.00) Salaries Overtime $ 17, $ 15, $ 15, $ 13, $ 10, $ (5,000.00) Overtime requested by Museum Director for exhibit development Accrued Personal Lv Museum $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Health Insurance Museum $ 42, $ 42, $ 42, $ 39, $ 41, $ (1,835.00) Life Insurance Museum $ $ $ $ $ $ (7.00) FICA/Medicare Museum $ 11, $ 13, $ 13, $ 10, $ 12, $ (911.00) PERS Museum $ 41, $ 38, $ 38, $ 30, $ 35, $ (2,618.00) Workers' Comp Ins Museum $ $ 1, $ $ $ 1, $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 241, $ 270, $ 270, $ 223, $ 253, $ (17,088.83) Property/Building Insurance $ 9, $ 22, $ 8, $ 8, $ 9, $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ 5, $ 4, Public programs; speakers; artist demonstrations; workshop leaders, etc Advertising $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ Communications $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 3, $ Telephone/fax/internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 3, $ 1, PC workstations replacements ($2K); IT support ($1K) Dues & Memberships $ $ $ $ $ $ Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 2, $ 4, $ 1 professional meeting; 1 professional research trip (does not include 1 exhibit trip to Portland (300.00) which can be covered under Fund 14 grant) Office Supplies $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 6, $ 3, Resale Supplies $ 4, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ (500.00) Exhibits/Artifacts $ $ 10, $ 10, $ 8, $ 12, $ 1, Inventory Archive $ 23, $ 5, $ 5, $ 3, $ 5, $ Sponsorship/Donation/Contribut $ $ $ $ $ $ Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 47, $ 54, $ 40, $ 28, $ 52, $ 11, Educational materials and supplies for public programs ($4K handouts, posters, toolkits, art materials); Reopening celebration ($2K) Exhibit materials for main gallery and special exhibit gallery ($4K); freight and rental costs for two traveling exhibits in special exhibit gallery ($6K); artifact acquisitions ($2K) Building Maintenance Contracts $ 2, $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, Annual backflow preventor, fire alarm & boiler inspections; alarm system monitoring Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, $ (1,000.00) General maintenance Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Electric 56% $ 7, $ 34, $ 34, $ 5, $ 8, $ (26,800.00) Utilities Water 56% $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Utilities Sewer 56% $ $ 1, $ $ $ $ (160.00) Utilities Garbage 56% $ $ 2, $ 1, $ $ $ (300.00) Utilities Heat 56% $ 17, $ 42, $ 42, $ 20, $ 25, $ (17,250.00) Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 42, $ 86, $ 84, $ 31, $ 40, $ (44,240.00) Credit Card Service Fees $ 0.59 $ $ 2.00 $ 1.02 $ $ (2.00) Subtotal Other Expenses $ 0.59 $ $ 2.00 $ 1.02 $ $ (2.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ (500.00) Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ (500.00) TOTAL MUSEUM $ 331, $ 411, $ 396, $ 284, $ 345, $ (50,436.83)

80 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes LIBRARY Salaries Library $ 140, $ 147, $ 147, $ 111, $ 148, $ 1, Library Director, 1 Library Assistant, 1 PT Clerical Helper, 1 FT Temp Summer Helper Salaries Overtime $ 3, $ $ $ $ $ (170.00) Accrued Personal Lv Library $ 8, $ 8, $ 8, $ 11, $ 11, $ 3, Heatlh Insurance Library $ 24, $ 24, $ 24, $ 22, $ 25, $ 1, Lfie Insurance Library $ $ $ $ $ $ (3.00) FICA/Medicare Library $ 12, $ 11, $ 11, $ 9, $ 11, $ PERS Library $ 35, $ 30, $ 30, $ 21, $ 30, $ Workers' Comp Ins Library $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 225, $ 221, $ 221, $ 177, $ 228, $ 7, Property/Building Insurance $ 6, $ 4, $ 2, $ 2, $ 3, $ 1, Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 3, $ $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Contract with Sarah Hofstetter for Story Hour program; Canon; Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Advertising for children's programming and library events Communications $ 4, $ 4, $ 4, $ 6, $ 9, $ 5, Telephone/fax/internet/OWL internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ 1, $ 6, $ 6, $ 1, $ 6, $ 2 PC workstations replacement $4K; IT maintenance $1K; IT support $1K Dues & Memberships $ $ $ $ $ $ ALA, AKLA, PNLA and Prime memberships Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Travel for required Continuing Education requirements Audio/Visual Materials $ $ $ $ $ $ DVDs and CDs Books, Periodicals & Subscript $ 13, $ 12, $ 12, $ 11, $ 12, $ Subscriptions, books, magazines, required library databases Office Supplies $ $ 4, $ 4, $ 1, $ 3, $ (500.00) Operating & Repair Supplies $ 10, $ 7, $ 7, $ 6, $ 8, $ Adult and youth programming supplies Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 43, $ 42, $ 42, $ 34, $ 50, $ 7, Building Maintenance Contracts $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Annual backflow preventor, fire alarm & boiler inspections; alarm system monitoring Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 2, $ General maintenance Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Utilities Electric 23% $ 3, $ 14, $ 14, $ 2, $ 5, $ (9,000.00) Utilities Water 23% $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer 23% $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage 23% $ $ $ $ $ $ (350.00) Utilities Heat 23% $ 6, $ 16, $ 16, $ 8, $ 13, $ (3,000.00) 74 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 29, $ 35, $ 35, $ 12, $ 23, $ (12,150.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL LIBRARY $ 298, $ 299, $ 300, $ 224, $ 302, $ 2,280.85

81 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes RFB KATIRVIK Health Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance $ 0.44 $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS $ $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ 1, $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ $ Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 1, $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ $ Annual backflow preventor & fire suppression inspections; safety alarm monitoring service Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 1.00 $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ General maintenance Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric 21% $ 1, $ 12, $ 12, $ 2, $ 3, $ (9,600.00) Utilities Water 21% $ $ $ $ $ 7, $ 6, Utilities Sewer 21% $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage 21% $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat 21% $ 3, $ 13, $ 13, $ 7, $ 12, $ (1,860.00) Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 7, $ 29, $ 29, $ 11, $ 25, $ (4,240.00) 75 TOTAL RFB KATIRVIK $ 9, $ 33, $ 32, $ 14, $ 28, $ (4,029.25)

82 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes VISITORS CENTER Health Insurance NVIC $ $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance NVIC $ 0.45 $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare NVIC $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS NVIC $ $ $ $ $ $ Worker's Comp Ins NVIC $ $ $ $ $ $ Salaries NVIC (Bldg Mtnc) $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Advertising $ $ $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ Communication $ (3.48) $ $ $ 0.81 $ $ Chamber of Commerce $ 149, $ 149, $ 149, $ 124, $ 149, $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 149, $ 149, $ 152, $ 127, $ 152, $ Bldg Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ Bldg Mtnc Materials & Supplies $ $ 3, $ 3, $ 1, $ 1, $ (2,000.00) General maintenance Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ Utilities Water $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (110.00) Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ 5, $ 8, $ 8, $ 4, $ 6, $ (2,000.00) 76 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 10, $ 15, $ 15, $ 9, $ 11, $ (3,960.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL VISITORS CENTER $ 161, $ 165, $ 168, $ 136, $ 164, $ (3,960.00)

83 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes NONDEPARTMENTAL Employment Security Unemploymt $ (619.10) $ 1, $ 1, $ 4, $ 5, $ 4, General Insurance $ 25, $ 42, $ 54, $ 30, $ 58, $ 3, CPC Planning Support/Energy $ $ $ $ $ $ Moved to new Planning & Engineering department School Support/Appropriation $ 2,014, $ 2,014, $ 2,014, $ 1,853, $ 2,500, $ 485, Mandatory contribution $1,133,947 (2.65 mills on 2016 state full assessment $427,904,600); Additional contribution $1,366, Residential Demolition $ $ $ $ $ $ (450.00) Moved to Planning & Engineering department Iditarod Trail Committee $ $ $ $ $ $ Being Sea Women's Group $ $ $ $ $ $ Nome PreSchool Association $ 40, $ $ $ $ 45, $ 45, Boys & Girls Club $ $ $ $ $ $ AllAlaska Sweepstakes $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Nome Comm Center Food Bank $ $ $ $ $ $ Nome Sportsmen's Association $ $ $ $ $ $ Nome Emergency Shelter TM $ $ $ $ $ 20, $ 20, Fireworks $ 2, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 2, $ 2018 Fireworks Bad Debt $ 24, $ 33, $ 33, $ (280.49) $ 5, $ (28,000.00) Allowance for uncollectible property tax payments Transfer Out Debt Service $ 344, $ 339, $ 339, $ 339, $ 338, $ (1,190.00) Transfer full amount of annual school bond debt payments (principal & interest) Transfer Out Other Funds $ 97, $ $ 11, $ $ $ (11,117.55) Clean Up Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ Land Sale/Swap/Clean/Transfer $ $ $ $ $ $ Vacate CityOwned Property $ $ $ 20, $ 17, $ 20, $ Expenses related to Old Museum/Library Building on Front Street (electricity; heating fuel; telephone; elevator maintenance) Special Items $ $ $ $ $ $ Schl Fence, NACTEC Ins, Boiler $ 3, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ (538.00) School Wish List $ $ $ $ $ $ 77 TOTAL NON DEPARTMENTAL $ 2,552, $ 2,437, $ 2,481, $ 2,248, $ 2,997, $ 516, TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE $ 10,291, $ 10,761, $ 11,424, $ 8,987, $ 12,267, $ 847, TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE $ 11,752, $ 10,623, $ 12,660, $ 10,387, $ 11,275, $ (2,883,386.91) NET SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) FUND BALANCE $ 1,460, $ (137,937.50) $ 1,236, $ 1,399, $ (991,941.00) $ (3,730,891.19) 7%

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85 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 12, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO. O AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FY 2018 CITY OF NOME SCHOOL DEBT SERVICE FUND BUDGET SECTION 1. SECTION 2. This is a noncode ordinance. WHEREAS, through duly authorized ordinances the City Council of Nome, Alaska authorized the sale of general obligation school bonds; and, WHEREAS, the city needs positive and separate financial accountability and control of these funds; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Nome City Council that a separate and distinct City of Nome School Debt Service Fund be established to account for expenditures associated with school bond principal and interest payments; and, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the attached FY 2018 City of Nome School Debt Service Fund Budget is hereby approved in the sum of $557, and appropriations restricted to specific accounts as indicated. APPROVED and SIGNED the 12 th day of June, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor THOMAS MORAN, Manager 79

86 CITY OF NOME SCHOOL DEBT SERVICE FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes REVENUE School Bond Interest Income $ $ $ $ $ $ USBank QZAB SinkFund Interest $ 39, $ 34, $ 34, $ 20, $ $ (34,000.00) Antitrust Stlmnt QZAB 03 Bond $ $ $ $ $ $ EED GR09014 Roof $ $ $ $ $ $ AMBB Proceeds Roof $ $ $ $ $ $ Bond Issuance, Refunding $ $ $ 694, $ 694, $ $ (694,045.24) Transfer In General Fund $ 344, $ 339, $ 339, $ 339, $ 338, $ (1,190.00) AMBB 2,112 STAK Reim 04B $ $ $ $ $ $ QZAB 1,798 StAk Reimb 03B $ 57, $ 57, $ 57, $ $ 57, $ Assuming no reduction in school debt reimbursement program by SOA AMBB 1,260 StAk Reimb 06B $ $ $ $ $ $ AMBB 1,180 StAk Reimb 122 $ 99, $ 100, $ 100, $ 75, $ 100, $ Assuming no reduction in school debt reimbursement program by SOA AMBB 750 StAk Reimb A $ 60, $ 59, $ 59, $ 36, $ 61, $ 2, Assuming no reduction in school debt reimbursement program by SOA TOTAL SCHOOL DEBT SERVICE FUND REVENUE $ 602, $ 590, $ 1,284, $ 1,166, $ 557, $ (726,719.24) EXPENDITURE Use Other Fin Sources Bond $ $ $ 688, $ 688, $ $ (688,753.00) Bond Issuance, Refunding Exp $ $ $ 3, $ 3, $ $ (3,090.59) Bond Principal $ 140, $ 145, $ 145, $ 145, $ $ (145,000.00) GO Bond Interest Exp $ 39, $ 32, $ 3, $ 3, $ $ (3,625.00) GO Bond Principal $ $ $ $ $ $ GO Bond Interest Exp $ $ $ $ $ $ QZAB Bond Payment $ $ 96, $ 96, $ $ 96, $ Bond Principal $ $ $ $ $ $ Bond Interest $ $ $ $ $ $ Bond Principal $ 25, $ 25, $ 25, $ 25, $ 30, $ 5, Bond Interest $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ (1,031.00) /2004B Bond Principal $ 100, $ 105, $ 105, $ 105, $ 110, $ 5, /2004B Bond Interest $ 47, $ 43, $ 43, $ 43, $ 38, $ (4,300.00) A/2006A Bond Principal $ 55, $ 55, $ 55, $ 55, $ 60, $ 5, A/2006A Bond Interest $ 33, $ 30, $ 30, $ 30, $ 28, $ (2,025.00) B/20092 Bond Principal $ $ $ $ $ $ B/20092 Bond Interest $ 20, $ 19, $ 19, $ 19, $ 19, $ /20071 Bond Principal $ $ $ 10, $ 10, $ 150, $ 140, /20071 Bond Interest $ $ $ 13, $ 13, $ 21, $ 8, Transfer OutSchool Reno & Rps $ $ 20, $ 31, $ $ $ (31,000.00) 80 TOTAL SCHOOL DEBT SERVICE FUND EXPENDITURE $ 466, $ 576, $ 1,273, $ 1,146, $ 557, $ (715,797.92) TOTAL SCHOOL DEBT SERVICE FUND REVENUE $ 602, $ 590, $ 1,284, $ 1,166, $ 557, $ (726,719.24) NET SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) FUND BALANCE $ 135, $ 14, $ 10, $ 19, $ 1.20 $ (10,921.32)

87 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 12, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO. O AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FY 2018 CITY OF NOME SPECIAL REVENUE FUND BUDGET SECTION 1. SECTION 2. This is a noncode ordinance. WHEREAS, the Nome City Council has approved the acceptance of municipal grants and other special funds appropriated by the U.S. Government, State of Alaska, and other agencies; and, WHEREAS, the city needs positive and separate financial accountability and control of these funds; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Nome City Council that a separate and distinct City of Nome Special Revenue Fund be established to account for revenues and expenditures for grants, contracts and agreements which the city accepts for purposes other than direct operational and administrative expenditures in the City of Nome General Fund Budget; and, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the attached FY 2018 City of Nome Special Revenue Fund Budget is hereby approved in the sum of $231, and appropriations restricted to specific accounts as indicated. APPROVED and SIGNED the 12 th day of June, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor THOMAS MORAN, Manager 81

88 O June 2017 CITY OF NOME SPECIAL REVENUE FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes REVENUE Clara Mielke Richards Estate $ $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ E911 Surcharge, Approp Fnd Bal $ 100, $ 80, $ 80, $ 65, $ 100, $ 20, MOA DOT Law Enforce Airport $ $ $ $ $ $ Public Library Assistance $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ (300.00) Pending application SOA Grants, Tech Assist Mus $ 8, $ $ 4, $ 4, $ $ (4,600.00) Emergency Svs Nome LEPC $ 12, $ 11, $ 11, $ 4, $ 11, $ (639.41) Training, SART, Trips Reimb $ 5, $ $ $ 3, $ $ NSEDC Community Benefit Share $ 228, $ 170, $ 219, $ 219, $ 100, $ (119,980.71) DC405 Sprinkler/Fire Alarm $ $ $ $ $ $ NEC IMLS Grant $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ $ (7,000.00) NSEDC Community Employmt Prgm $ 11, $ 6, $ 7, $ 7, $ 12, $ 5, SOA Dept of Ed Grants Lib $ 6, $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,250.00) Gala Reception, Events Contrib $ $ $ 5, $ 5, $ $ (5,276.86) FEMA Storm $ $ $ $ $ $ DHS FEMA Hazard Mitigation $ 2, $ 1, $ $ $ $ (875.00) TOTAL REVENUE $ 389, $ 282, $ 345, $ 328, $ 231, $ (114,018.03) TRANSFER IN GENERAL FUND $ $ $ 11, $ $ $ (11,117.55) TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUND REVENUE $ 389, $ 282, $ 356, $ 328, $ 231, $ (113,143.03) EXPENDITURE Clara Mielke Richards Est $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ Nome Library Foundation $ $ $ $ $ Alaska Coastal Mgmt 2011 $ $ $ $ E911 Surcharge, Approp Fnd Bal $ 100, $ 80, $ 80, $ 46, $ 100, $ 20, NPD telephone upgrades ($12K); Radio maintenance & portion of dispatch salaries for 911 services FED Emergency Mgmt Assist $ $ $ $ $ MOA DOT Law Enforce Airport $ $ $ $ $ $ Public Library Assistance $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ (300.00) Pending application SOA Grants, Tech Assist Mus $ 9, $ $ 4, $ 4, $ $ (4,600.00) Emerg Svs Nome LEPC $ 12, $ 11, $ 11, $ 4, $ 11, $ (639.41) Training, SART, Trips Reimb $ 5, $ $ $ 5, $ $ NSEDC Community Benefit Share $ 228, $ 170, $ 219, $ 153, $ 100, $ (119,980.71) DC405 Sprinkler/Fire Alarm $ $ $ $ $ $ NEC IMLS Grant $ 7, $ 7, $ 7, $ 3, $ $ (7,000.00) NSEDC Community Employ Prgm $ 11, $ 6, $ 7, $ 7, $ 12, $ 5, SOA Dept of Ed Grants Lib $ 6, $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,250.00) Gala Reception,Events Contrib $ $ $ 16, $ 16, $ $ (16,394.41) FEMA Storm $ $ $ $ $ $ DHS FEMA Hazard Mitigation $ 2, $ 1, $ $ $ $ (875.00) 82 TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUND EXPENDITURE $ 389, $ 282, $ 356, $ 248, $ 231, $ (125,135.58)

89 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 12, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO. O AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FY 2018 CITY OF NOME CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND BUDGET SECTION 1. SECTION 2. This is a noncode ordinance. WHEREAS, the Nome Common Council has approved the acceptance of municipal grants and other special funds appropriated by the U.S. Government, State of Alaska, and other agencies; and, WHEREAS, the city needs positive and separate financial accountability and control of these funds; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Nome City Council that a separate and distinct City of Nome Capital Projects Fund be established to account for revenues and expenditures which the city accepts and appropriates for various capital projects and for purposes other than direct operational and administrative expenditures in the City of Nome General Fund Budget; and, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the attached FY 2018 City of Nome Capital Projects Fund Budget is hereby approved in the sum of $430, and appropriations restricted to specific accounts as indicated. APPROVED and SIGNED the 12 th day of June, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor THOMAS MORAN, Manager 83

90 O June 2017 CITY OF NOME CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes REVENUE Nome Eskimo Mtnc Roads $ 69, $ 60, $ 60, $ 41, $ $ (60,000.00) DC312 Mus Constr & Dev $ $ $ $ $ $ Museum Katirvik (Beringia) $ 29, $ $ $ $ $ NSEDC Museum Katirvik Center $ 1,462, $ 44, $ 33, $ 3, $ $ (33,835.80) Rasmuson Museum Katirvik Ctr $ 1,281, $ 400, $ 18, $ 18, $ $ (18,724.50) Weinberg Foundation RFP Proj $ 100, $ $ $ $ $ DC406 Richard Foster Bldg $ 6,081, $ 880, $ 861, $ 204, $ 430, $ (431,559.48) Estimated carryover of remaining balance of grant TOTAL GRANT REVENUE $ 9,024, $ 1,384, $ 974, $ 268, $ 430, $ (544,119.78) Transfer In General Fund $ 96, $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND REVENUE $ 9,121, $ 1,384, $ 974, $ 268, $ 430, $ (544,119.78) EXPENDITURE Nome Eskimo Mtnc Roads $ 152, $ 60, $ 57, $ 32, $ $ (57,556.58) Accrued Leave $ 3, $ $ $ $ $ (545.88) Health Insurance $ 4, $ $ $ $ $ (703.81) Life Insurance $ $ $ 1.88 $ 4.20 $ $ (1.88) FICA/Medicare $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ (223.22) ESC $ $ $ $ $ $ (69.18) PERS $ 2, $ $ $ $ $ (641.98) Workers' Comp Insurance $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ (257.47) DC312 Museum Constr & Dev $ $ $ $ $ $ Museum Katirvik (Beringia) $ 29, $ $ $ $ $ NSEDC Museum Katirvik Center $ 1,462, $ 44, $ 33, $ 37, $ $ (33,835.80) Rasmuson Museum Katirvik Ctr $ 1,281, $ 400, $ 18, $ 18, $ $ (18,724.50) Weinberg Foundation RFB Proj $ 100, $ $ $ $ $ Health Insurance Mus Proj $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,135.95) Life Insurance Mus Proj $ $ $ $ $ $ (10.11) FICA/Medicare Mus Proj $ $ $ $ $ $ (346.09) ESC Mus Proj $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS Mus Proj $ $ $ $ $ $ (995.27) Workers' Comp Ins Mus Proj $ $ $ $ $ $ DC406 Richard Foster Bldg $ 6,081, $ 880, $ 859, $ 370, $ 430, $ (429,072.06) Estimated carryover of remaining balance of grant 84 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND EXPENDITURE $ 9,121, $ 1,384, $ 974, $ 464, $ 430, $ (544,119.78)

91 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 12, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO. O AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FY 2018 CITY OF NOME CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND BUDGET SECTION 1. SECTION 2. This is a noncode ordinance. WHEREAS, through duly authorized ordinances the City Council of Nome, Alaska authorized the sale of general obligation school bonds; and, WHEREAS, the city needs positive and separate financial accountability and control of these funds; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Nome City Council that a separate and distinct City of Nome Construction Capital Projects Fund be established to account for revenues and expenditures associated with schoolrelated construction, renovation, repairs and major installation projects; and, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the attached FY 2018 City of Nome Construction Capital Projects Fund Budget is hereby approved in the sum of $0.00 and appropriations restricted to specific accounts as indicated. APPROVED and SIGNED the 12 th day of June, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor THOMAS MORAN, Manager 85

92 O June 2017 CITY OF NOME CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes REVENUE Transfer In Other Funds $ $ 20, $ 31, $ $ $ (31,000.00) Transfer from School Debt Service Fund Contribution, Sch Boiler $ $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND REVENUE $ $ 20, $ 31, $ $ $ (31,000.00) EXPENDITURE Salaries Admin/Maintenance $ $ $ 5, $ $ $ (5,000.00) Professional Services $ $ $ $ 3, $ $ (900.00) Office Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ School Bond Construction $ $ $ $ $ $ NES Boiler/Gym Floor Expenses $ $ $ $ $ $ Pool Expenses $ $ 20, $ 25, $ 24, $ $ (25,100.00) Pool sensor UV system; HVAC upgrade materials & parts TOTAL CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND EXPENDITURE $ $ 20, $ 31, $ 28, $ $ (31,000.00) TOTAL CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND REVENUE $ $ 20, $ 31, $ $ $ (31,000.00) 86

93 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 12, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO. O AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FY 2018 CITY OF NOME PORT OF NOME FUND BUDGET SECTION 1. This is a noncode ordinance. SECTION 2. WHEREAS, the City of Nome has established a port and the Nome Port Commission; and, WHEREAS, the city needs positive and separate financial accountability and control of the funds generated by the Port of Nome; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Nome City Council that a separate and distinct City of Nome Port of Nome Fund be established to account for revenues and expenditures of the Port of Nome and which are other than direct operational and administrative expenditures in the City of Nome General Fund Budget; and, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the attached FY 2018 City of Nome Port of Nome Fund Budget is hereby approved in the sum of $1,595, and appropriations restricted to specific accounts as indicated. APPROVED and SIGNED the 12 th day of June, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor THOMAS MORAN, Manager 87

94 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes REVENUE CAUSEWAY FACILITY Causeway Dockage $ 77, $ 75, $ 75, $ 89, $ 85, $ 10, Causeway Wharfage Dry $ 184, $ 225, $ 175, $ 94, $ 175, $ Causeway Wharfage Fuel $ 229, $ 250, $ 250, $ 232, $ 250, $ Causeway Wharfage Gravel $ 75, $ 300, $ 250, $ 198, $ 100, $ (150,000.00) Causeway Storage Rental $ 9, $ 25, $ 25, $ 10, $ 15, $ (10,000.00) Causeway Utility Sales $ 13, $ 25, $ 50, $ 41, $ 30, $ (20,000.00) Causeway Misc Term Revenue $ 52, $ 45, $ 235, $ 228, $ 50, $ (185,000.00) Leases, Rentals, Land, Bldgs $ $ $ $ $ $ Sale of Property & Assets $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL CAUSEWAY FACILITY $ 642, $ 945, $ 1,060, $ 896, $ 705, $ (355,000.00) HARBOR FACILITY Harbor Seasonal Dock Permit $ 119, $ 130, $ 130, $ 91, $ 115, $ (15,000.00) Harbor Dockage $ 49, $ 45, $ 55, $ 51, $ 55, $ Harbor Wharfage Dry $ 68, $ 85, $ 85, $ 64, $ 75, $ (10,000.00) Harbor Wharfage Fuel $ 30, $ 70, $ 70, $ 53, $ 55, $ (15,000.00) Harbor Wharfage Gravel $ $ 10, $ 10, $ 9, $ 10, $ Harbor Storage Rental $ 36, $ 40, $ 40, $ 32, $ 35, $ (5,000.00) Harbor Utility Sales $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ 6, $ Harbor Misc Term Revenue $ 2, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ (1,000.00) Leases, Rentals, Land, Bldgs $ 101, $ 102, $ 102, $ 87, $ 105, $ 3, Sale of Property & Assets $ $ $ $ $ $ 88 TOTAL HARBOR FACILITY $ 413, $ 492, $ 502, $ 399, $ 459, $ (43,000.00) CAPE NOME FACILITY Quarry Dockage $ $ $ $ $ $ Quarry Wharfage Dry $ $ $ $ $ $ Quarry Wharfage Fuel $ $ $ $ $ $ Quarry Wharfage Gravel $ $ $ $ $ $ Quarry Storage Rental $ $ $ $ $ $ Quarry Misc Term Revenue $ $ $ $ $ $ Leases, Rentals, Land, Bldgs $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL CAPE NOME $ $ $ $ $ $ INDUSTRIAL PARK FACILITY Industrial Park Storage Rental $ 181, $ 200, $ 200, $ 188, $ 200, $ Leases, Rentals, Land, Bldgs $ 136, $ 160, $ 160, $ 150, $ 160, $ Sale of Property & Assets $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL INDUSTRIAL PARK FACILITY $ 318, $ 360, $ 360, $ 339, $ 360, $ OTHER REVENUE Copies, Fax, Pubs, Film Lcns $ $ $ 4.00 $ 4.00 $ $ Banking / NSF Check Fee $ $ $ $ $ $ Credit Card Service Fees $ $ $ $ $ $ ResaleHats,Charts,Spills,Appl $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ 1, $ 5, $ Other Port Revenue $ 83, $ 75, $ 25, $ 25, $ 50, $ 25, TOTAL OTHER REVENUE $ 89, $ 80, $ 30, $ 26, $ 55, $ 25,025.00

95 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes INTEREST EARNINGS Interest Earnings Port Op $ 5, $ 5, $ 5, $ 4, $ 3, $ (2,500.00) Interest Earnings Causeway $ $ 5, $ 5, $ 1, $ 3, $ (2,000.00) Investment Earnings $ 11, $ $ 10, $ 13, $ 10, $ TOTAL INTEREST EARNINGS $ 17, $ 10, $ 20, $ 19, $ 16, $ (4,500.00) CONTRIBUTIONS/OTHER StAK Employer OnBehalf PERS $ 28, $ $ $ $ $ Other Contributions $ $ $ $ $ $ Denali Commsn High Mast Lights $ $ $ $ $ $ NSEDC Anchor Floats System $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS/OTHER $ 28, $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL PORT OF NOME OPERATING REVENUE $ 1,509, $ 1,888, $ 1,973, $ 1,681, $ 1,595, $ (377,475.00) 89

96 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes $ 1,373, EXPENDITURE CAUSEWAY FACILITY Salaries Causeway Maint $ 2, $ 19, $ 19, $ $ 1, $ (18,433.00) Salaries Causeway Operations $ 7, $ 26, $ 26, $ 12, $ 11, $ (15,341.00) 6.67% shared costs with PW Road Maintenance Salaries Causeway Admin $ 87, $ 46, $ 46, $ (17.50) $ 54, $ 7, Finance staff costshare (split with Port Admin) Accrued Personal Leave Cswy $ 14, $ 1, $ 1, $ 2, $ 7, $ 5, Health Insurance Cswy $ 30, $ 10, $ 10, $ 4, $ 6, $ (3,517.00) Life Insurance Cswy $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Cswy $ 8, $ 6, $ 6, $ $ 5, $ (1,329.00) ESC Causeway $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS Cswy $ 30, $ 14, $ 14, $ 2, $ 15, $ 1, Workers' Comp Ins Cswy $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ (277.00) Amortized Inflows/Outflows $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 183, $ 128, $ 128, $ 25, $ 104, $ (23,747.90) Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Property/Building Insurance $ 26, $ 29, $ 28, $ 28, $ 29, $ Assume 3% increase Prof Svcs Middle Dock $ 3, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 2, $ 1, Prof Svcs Arctic Deep Draft $ 3, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 20, $ 18, Audit/Accounting $ 16, $ 17, $ 17, $ 17, $ 17, $ Share of audit fees $17.5K Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 4, $ 75, $ 75, $ 42, $ 40, $ (35,000.00) Engineering service Legal Services $ $ $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, $ (750.00) Survey/Appraisal Services $ 3, $ $ $ $ 3, $ 3, Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 45, $ $ 6, $ 6, $ 15, $ 8, Unanticipated dredging Communications $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (300.00) Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ $ $ $ $ $ Uniform/Clothing $ 6.00 $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ 5, $ 5, $ 1, $ 6, $ 1, Unitech supplies $4K; PPE $500; Potable water trailer $1K Gas & Oil Supplies $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ (500.00) Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ $ $ $ $ $ Port vehicle spot lights; miscellaneous Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 2, $ Guardian trim tabs replacement/repair; deck winch cable replacement; service life raft $ Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Small Tools & Equipment $ 7, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 3, $ Mobile crane services/tire curtains and gangways (split with Harbor) Tools & Eq Repair & Maint $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ Water Trailer repairs Road Maintenance Materials $ 11, $ 10, $ 10, $ $ 5, $ (5,000.00) Rock/gravel stockpile for road/docks repairs Docks & Foundations $ 22, $ 15, $ 15, $ $ 10, $ (5,000.00) Road materials/dock surfacing (city dock) Fuel Lines Maintenance $ 18, $ 50, $ 50, $ 9, $ 15, $ (35,000.00) Cathodic protection work $3k; Fuel line testing & maintenance $7.5k; water trailer & fuel header 90 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 167, $ 212, $ 220, $ 110, $ 174, $ (46,246.50) Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ $ (100.00) Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (150.00) Causeway Utilities $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ 1, $ 2, $ 5, $ 2, $ 4, $ (1,000.00) Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ 1, $ 4, $ 4, $ $ 2, $ (1,500.00) Utilities Garbage $ 1, $ 5, $ 5, $ 4, $ 3, $ (1,500.00) Utilities Heat $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Resale $ 2, $ 2, $ 11, $ 9, $ 3, $ (7,500.00) Water trailer Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 8, $ 13, $ 26, $ 17, $ 14, $ (11,750.00)

97 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes Debt Interest Payment $ 159, $ 158, $ 158, $ 154, $ 152, $ (6,000.00) Bad Debt $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Other Expenses $ 159, $ 158, $ 158, $ 154, $ 152, $ (6,000.00) Machinery & Equipment $ $ 5, $ 5, $ $ 5, $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ 5, $ 5, $ $ 5, $ TOTAL CAUSEWAY $ 519, $ 517, $ 538, $ 307, $ 450, $ (87,744.40) 91

98 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes HARBOR FACILITY Salaries Harbor $ 3, $ 19, $ 19, $ 1, $ 11, $ (8,074.00) 6.67% shared costs with PW Road Maintenance Accrued Personal Lv Harbor $ 2, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ (111.00) Health Insurance Harbor $ 2, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 2, $ (1,935.00) Life Insurance Harbor $ $ $ $ $ $ (18.00) FICA/Medicare Harbor $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (612.00) ESC Harbor $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS Harbor $ 2, $ 4, $ 4, $ 1, $ 2, $ (1,888.00) Workers' Comp Ins Harbor $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (677.00) Amortized Inflows/Outflows $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 12, $ 33, $ 33, $ 9, $ 20, $ (13,015.00) Property/Building Insurance $ 16, $ 17, $ 20, $ 20, $ 21, $ Assume 3% increase Prof Svcs Barge High Ramp $ 3, $ $ $ $ $ Prof Svcs Snake River $ $ 15, $ 5, $ $ $ (5,000.00) Prof Svcs Seawall Repairs $ $ 10, $ 5, $ $ $ (5,000.00) Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 5, $ 30, $ 40, $ 26, $ 25, $ (15,000.00) Engineering services for harbor/river development Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ 15, $ 15, Potential harbor/ramp dredging Communications $ $ $ $ $ $ Uniform/Clothing $ $ $ $ $ $ (50.00) Operating & Repair Supplies $ 6, $ 10, $ 10, $ 1, $ 5, $ (5,000.00) Restroom chemicals/cleaning supplies & others Gas & Oil Supplies $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ $ $ $ $ $ Port vehicle spot lights; miscellaneous Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ Boat maintenance & supplies (battery/bilge); Guardian hydraulic rams (Causeway/Harbor split) Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ Small Tools & Equipment $ 9, $ 3, $ 3, $ $ 3, $ (500.00) Mobile crane services/tire curtains and gangways (split with Causeway) Road Maintenance Materials $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ 5, $ 3, Rock/gravel stockpile for road repairs Docks & Foundations $ 12, $ 10, $ 10, $ $ 5, $ (5,000.00) Fuel Lines Maintenance $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ 92 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 57, $ 101, $ 100, $ 50, $ 83, $ (16,914.50) Building Maintenance Contracts $ $ $ $ $ $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 8, $ 2, $ 7, $ 6, $ 7, $ Utilities Electric $ 3, $ 4, $ 4, $ 3, $ 5, $ 1, Utilities Water Meter $ 3, $ 3, $ 4, $ 2, $ 4, $ (800.00) Utilities Sewer $ 3, $ 3, $ 7, $ 3, $ 5, $ (2,000.00) Utilities Garbage $ 12, $ 15, $ 30, $ 13, $ 25, $ (5,000.00) Utilities Heat $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 33, $ 31, $ 56, $ 31, $ 50, $ (6,300.00) Payment in Lieu of Tax $ 15, $ 21, $ 15, $ 15, $ 15, $ 0.85 Subtotal Other Expenses $ 15, $ 21, $ 15, $ 15, $ 15, $ Land/Buildings $ $ 15, $ 10, $ $ 10, $ Potential Port Road land/telalaska building acquisition or exchange carryover from FY Machinery & Equipment $ $ 15, $ 10, $ $ 10, $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ 30, $ 20, $ $ 20, $ TOTAL HARBOR $ 119, $ 218, $ 225, $ 106, $ 189, $ (36,228.65)

99 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes CAPE NOME Salaries Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ Accrued Personal Lv Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ Health Insurance Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ Life Insurance Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ ESC Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ Workers' Comp Ins Cape Nome $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ $ $ $ $ $ Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 11, $ 10, $ 5, $ $ 10, $ 5, Engineering costs Legal Services $ 1, $ $ 1, $ $ 2, $ 1, Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ $ $ 5, $ 5, Communications $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 13, $ 10, $ 6, $ $ 17, $ 11, Depreciation $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Other Expenses $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL CAPE NOME $ 13, $ 10, $ 6, $ $ 17, $ 11,

100 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes INDUSTRIAL PARK Salaries Industrial Park $ 8, $ 19, $ 19, $ $ 14, $ (4,437.00) Accrued Personal Leave IP $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ (348.00) Health Insurance IP $ 3, $ 4, $ 4, $ $ 2, $ (1,935.00) Life Insurance IP $ $ $ $ $ $ (18.00) FICA/Medicare IP $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (612.00) ESC Industrial Park $ $ $ $ 5.00 $ $ PERS IP $ 2, $ 4, $ 4, $ $ 2, $ (1,888.00) Workers' Comp Ins IP $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (677.00) Amortized Inflows/Outflows $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 17, $ 33, $ 33, $ $ 24, $ (9,415.00) Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 9, $ 50, $ 50, $ 6, $ 20, $ (30,000.00) Legal Services $ $ $ $ $ $ Other Professional/Contract Sv $ $ $ 1, $ 2, $ 10, $ 8, Advertising $ $ $ $ $ $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Hardware for signage repair and replacement; ring buoy mounts for secure area barricades Small Tools & Equipment $ 30, $ $ $ $ $ Road Maintenance Materials $ 27, $ 25, $ 10, $ $ 10, $ Rock/gravel stockpile for road repairs & potential road/pad repairs Fuel Lines Maintenance $ 16, $ 15, $ 9, $ 9, $ 10, $ 1, Cathodic protection work $3K; Fuel line testing & maintenance $7K Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 84, $ 91, $ 72, $ 19, $ 52, $ (20,000.00) Building Maintenance Contracts $ 1, $ $ $ $ $ Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ $ 20, $ 5, $ $ 5, $ Building maintenance and materials (previously buildings/land) Utilities $ 1, $ 2, $ 2, $ $ $ (2,200.00) Utilities Electric $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 4, $ 1, Utilities Sewer $ $ $ 1, $ $ 1, $ (500.00) 94 Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 7, $ 25, $ 12, $ 4, $ 10, $ (1,700.00) Depreciation $ $ $ $ $ $ Payment in Lieu of Taxes $ 18, $ 20, $ 17, $ 17, $ 17, $ (0.30) Subtotal Other Expenses $ 18, $ 20, $ 17, $ 17, $ 17, $ (0.30) Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL INDUSTRIAL PARK $ 128, $ 170, $ 135, $ 41, $ 104, $ (31,115.30)

101 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes PORT ADMIN OFFICE Salaries Port Admin $ 2.00 $ 137, $ 137, $ 53, $ 96, $ (40,707.00) 1 Port Director FT 12 months Salaries Port Staff $ 242, $ 160, $ 160, $ 118, $ 230, $ 69, Salaries Overtime $ 6, $ 9, $ 9, $ 15, $ 9, $ Stipends Port Commission $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 2, $ 3, $ 7 Commissioners at $40/month each Accrued Personal Lv Port Adm $ 1, $ 5, $ 5, $ 1, $ 5, $ (374.00) Health Insurance Port Adm $ 31, $ 34, $ 34, $ 25, $ 58, $ 24, Life Insurance Port Adm $ $ $ $ $ $ FICA/Medicare Port Adm $ 20, $ 21, $ 21, $ 14, $ 29, $ 8, ESC Port Admin $ $ $ $ $ $ PERS Port Adm $ 67, $ 58, $ 58, $ 28, $ 74, $ 16, Workers' Comp Ins Port Adm $ 12, $ 8, $ 8, $ 5, $ 10, $ 1, Amortized Inflows/Outflows $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Personnel Expenses $ 386, $ 440, $ 440, $ 265, $ 519, $ 79, Harbormaster FT 8.5 months; 1 Harbormaster Assistant FT 7 months, 1 Dockwatch Temp 7 months; 1 Office Manager Temp 7 months; 35% of Finance shared staff costs Vehicle/Boat Insurance $ 2, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ Property/Building Insurance $ $ $ $ $ $ Audit/Accounting $ 16, $ 17, $ 17, $ 17, $ 17, $ Share of auditing costs Engineering/Architectural Svcs $ 1, $ 40, $ $ $ 30, $ 29, Legal Services $ 1, $ $ $ 1, $ 2, $ 1, Lobbying $ 100, $ 102, $ 145, $ 91, $ 96, $ (48,750.00) LCA (75% cost share with Legislative) & Nossaman ($40K) Other Professional/Contract Sv $ 38, $ $ 39, $ 20, $ 35, $ (4,500.00) Canon, Caselle support, GCSIT, Bering Air Advertising $ 8, $ 10, $ 10, $ 1, $ 7, $ (2,958.00) Communications $ 4, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 4, $ Telephone/fax/internet Computer Network/Hardware/Soft $ 1, $ 9, $ 9, $ 1, $ 2, $ (7,000.00) Laptop replacement Dues & Memberships $ $ $ $ $ $ Travel,Training & Related Cost $ 20, $ 20, $ 20, $ 18, $ 20, $ Office Supplies $ $ 5, $ 2, $ 1, $ 3, $ Operating & Repair Supplies $ 3, $ $ 2, $ 1, $ 2, $ Resale Supplies $ 2, $ 5, $ 6, $ 4, $ 3, $ (3,500.00) Sponsorship/Donation/Contrib $ $ $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, Gas & Oil Supplies $ 6, $ 2, $ 5, $ 4, $ 5, $ Vehicle/Boat/Eq Parts & Supply $ 3, $ 4, $ 4, $ $ 1, $ (2,660.00) Vehicle/Boat/Eq Maintenance $ $ 5, $ 5, $ $ 3, $ (2,000.00) Hydraulic steering ram repair & other unanticipated maintenance Vehicle/Boat Regis & Permits $ $ $ $ $ $ 95 Subtotal Operating Expenses $ 215, $ 227, $ 274, $ 175, $ 238, $ (36,268.00) Bldg Maint Materials & Supply $ 2, $ $ 6, $ 6, $ 1, $ (5,000.00) Janitorial Services & Supplies $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Electric $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Water $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Sewer $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Garbage $ $ $ $ $ $ Utilities Heat $ $ $ $ $ $ Subtotal Building Maintenance Expenses $ 2, $ $ 6, $ 6, $ 1, $ (5,000.00) Interest Payment $ 1.66 $ $ 3, $ 2, $ $ (3,000.00) Depreciation $ $ $ $ $ $ Banking/Credit Card Fees $ $ $ $ $ $ Bad Debt $ 3, $ $ $ $ 3, $ 3, Subtotal Other Expenses $ 3, $ $ 3, $ 3, $ 3, $ 3,400.00

102 CITY OF NOME O June 2017 PORT OF NOME FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes Machinery & Equipment $ $ $ $ $ 5, $ 5, Transfer Out Other Funds $ $ 45, $ 67, $ $ 65, $ (2,289.86) Estimated balance of surveillance system grant costshare carryover from FY2017 Subtotal Capital Outlay $ $ 45, $ 67, $ $ 70, $ 2, TOTAL PORT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE $ 608, $ 713, $ 792, $ 451, $ 833, $ 44, TOTAL PORT OF NOME OPERATING EXPENDITURE $ 1,387, $ 1,629, $ 1,697, $ 907, $ 1,595, $ (99,352.21) TOTAL PORT OF NOME OPERATING REVENUE $ 1,509, $ 1,888, $ 1,973, $ 1,681, $ 1,595, $ (377,475.00) NET SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) BEFORE DEPRECIATION $ 121, $ 258, $ 275, $ 773, $ $ (278,122.79) 96

103 1 st Reading: May 22, nd Reading: June 12, 2017 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA ORDINANCE NO. O AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH, APPROVE AND ADOPT THE FY 2018 CITY OF NOME PORT OF NOME CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND BUDGET SECTION 1. SECTION 2. This is a noncode ordinance. WHEREAS, the Nome Common Council has approved the acceptance of municipal grants and other special funds appropriated by the U.S. Government, State of Alaska, and other agencies; and, WHEREAS, the city needs positive and separate financial accountability and control of these funds; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Nome City Council that a separate and distinct City of Nome Capital Projects Fund be established to account for revenues and expenditures which the city accepts and appropriates for various capital projects and for purposes other than direct operational and administrative expenditures in the City of Nome General Fund Budget; and, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the attached FY 2018 City of Nome Port of Nome Capital Projects Fund Budget is hereby approved in the sum of $7,096, and appropriations restricted to specific accounts as indicated. APPROVED and SIGNED the 12 th day of June, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor THOMAS MORAN, Manager 97

104 O June 2017 CITY OF NOME PORT OF NOME CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 6/30/2016 7/1/2016 2/27/2017 4/30/2017 Account Number Account Title Final Budget Initial Budget Adopted Amended Budget YTD Actual Proposed Budget Difference between FY2017 amended and FY2018 proposed Budget Notes REVENUE GRANTS DC112 Port Improvements $ 1,086, $ $ $ $ $ GO012 Port Design, Constr $ 3,646, $ 750, $ 1,333, $ 378, $ 890, $ (443,636.00) Estimated carryover from FY2017 to FY DC108 Port Improvements $ $ 500, $ 500, $ $ 500, $ NSEDC Middle Dock $ 198, $ $ $ $ $ EDA Causeway Middle Dock $ 476, $ 150, $ 45, $ 200, $ $ (45,979.71) DOT 13HG010 Repairs, Upgrade $ $ $ $ $ $ FEMA Port Security Grant $ $ 150, $ 201, $ 5, $ 201, $ DR4050AK PW17 Cape Nome $ 39, $ $ 4,510, $ $ 3,890, $ (620,554.00) Estimated carryover from FY2017 to FY DC005 Arctic DDP Design $ $ $ 1,600, $ 8, $ 1,550, $ Arctic Deep Draft Port study/design; Estimated carryover of grant from (50,000.00) FY2017 to FY2018 TOTAL GRANTS REVENUE $ 5,447, $ 1,550, $ 8,192, $ 592, $ 7,031, $ (1,160,169.71) Transfer In Port Fund $ $ 45, $ 67, $ $ 65, $ (2,290.15) TOTAL PORT OF NOME CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND REVENUE $ 5,447, $ 1,595, $ 8,259, $ 592, $ 7,096, $ (1,162,459.86) EXPENDITURE GRANTS DR4050AK PW17 Cape Nome $ 39, $ $ 4,510, $ 619, $ 3,890, $ (620,554.14) As per Amendment #4 awarded by FEMA on 2/2/ Health Insurance Port Grants $ $ $ 1, $ 2, $ $ (1,468.92) Life Insurance Port Grants $ $ $ $ $ $ (25.52) FICA/Medicare Port Grants $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ (1,425.09) PERS Port Grants $ $ $ 4, $ 5, $ $ (4,098.31) DC112 Port Improvements $ 1,086, $ $ $ $ $ DC005 Arctic DDP Design $ $ $ 1,600, $ 18, $ 1,550, $ Arctic Deep Draft Port study/design; Estimated carryover of grant from (50,000.00) FY2017 to FY GO012 Causeway Deep Water $ 53, $ 250, $ 9, $ 8, $ $ (9,000.00) GO012 Causeway Middle Dock $ 2,880, $ 300, $ 590, $ 166, $ 270, $ (320,000.00) GO012 Harbor Repairs, Upgr $ $ $ $ $ $ GO012 Harbor High Ramp $ $ $ $ $ $ GO012 Seawall $ 712, $ 200, $ 15, $ 15, $ $ (15,300.17) GO012 Thornbush TractA Dev $ $ $ 712, $ 172, $ 620, $ (92,318.00) Thornbush site development DC108 Port Improvements $ $ 500, $ 500, $ $ 500, $ Mid Ramp NSEDC Middle Dock $ 198, $ $ $ $ $ EDA Causeway Middle Dock $ 476, $ 150, $ 45, $ 200, $ $ (45,979.71) DOT 13HG010 Repairs, Upgrade $ $ $ $ $ $ Grant Match Port Contribution $ $ 45, $ 67, $ $ 65, $ (2,290.00) FEMA Port Security Grant $ $ 150, $ 201, $ 5, $ 201, $ Estimated carryover of grant from FY2017 to FY TOTAL GRANTS $ 5,447, $ 1,595, $ 8,259, $ 1,217, $ 7,096, $ (1,162,459.86) TOTAL PORT OF NOME CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND EXPENDITURE $ 5,447, $ 1,595, $ 8,259, $ 1,217, $ 7,096, $ (1,162,459.86)

105 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA RESOLUTION NO. R A RESOLUTION SETTING THE CITY OF NOME CONTRIBUTION FOR THE FY 2018 NOME SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET WHEREAS, the Nome School District held work sessions on their proposed FY 2018 Budget, and had formal approval by the School Board; and, WHEREAS, the Nome School District budget includes a local contribution from the City which must be determined by May 31 st of the budget year, or the amount budgeted by the School Board will be the City s contribution; and, WHEREAS, the Constitution of the State of Alaska provides that the Legislature shall establish and maintain a system of public schools open to all children of the State, and the Legislature has adopted laws which place a portion of the State s constitutionally mandated responsibility for public education to local municipalities with taxing authority as required by AS (Public Schools Foundation Program); and, WHEREAS, the Nome School Board has requested municipal funds in the amount of the state mandate of $1,133,947 and an additional City of Nome contribution. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Nome Common Council will contribute the 2.65 mill State mandate of $1,133,947 based upon the State of Alaska s letter of October 1, 2016, setting the City of Nome s Full Value Determination at $427,904,600. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Nome will also fund an additional contribution of $1,366,053 for a total local contribution of $2,500,000. APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor BRYANT HAMMOND Clerk 99

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107 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA RESOLUTION NO. R A RESOLUTION SETTING THE CITY OF NOME MILL RATE FOR 2017 WHEREAS, Alaska Statute requires that a municipality shall annually determine by resolution the rate of levy; and, WHEREAS, the 2017 mill rate shall be used to determine revenues in the FY 2018 budgets. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Nome Common Council that the mill rate for 2017 shall be set at 10 mills. APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE Mayor BRYANT HAMMOND Clerk 101

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109 Presented By: City Clerk Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA RESOLUTION NO. R A RESOLUTION PROCLAIMING JUNE 10, 2017 AS LEMONADE DAY NOME WHEREAS, Lemonade Day is a free, communitywide educational event providing children with the opportunity to learn and apply entrepreneurial thinking and create a foundation for success in the global economy; and, WHEREAS, Lemonade Day exists to infuse today s youth with the spirit of enterprise, teaching the basic business and entrepreneurial skills necessary to become successful, contributing members of their communities; and, WHEREAS, Lemonade Day has a core philosophy of Spend, Save, and Share that is implemented by teaching children how to start, own and operate a business, learn goalsetting, develop a business plan, establish a budget, seek investors, provide customer service and give back to the community; and, WHEREAS, Lemonade Day offers opportunities for families, businesses, schools, youth organizations, faithbased communities, neighborhoods, institutes of higher learning, and government agencies to unite for a common purpose: to train the next generation of entrepreneurs; and, WHEREAS, Lemonade Day is an event that demonstrates to young people of Nome that they are important and citizens care about their future; and, WHEREAS, The City of Nome salutes and commends organizers, volunteers and participants of Lemonade Day, a program that advances life skills, character, and entrepreneurship, and extends best wishes for a successful and rewarding observance; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Nome Common Council hereby proclaims June 10, 2017 as Lemonade Day Nome and encourages all residents of the greater Nome area to participate and have a role, either by selling or buying lemonade. APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE, Mayor BRYANT HAMMOND, Clerk 103

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111 Presented By: City Clerk Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA RESOLUTION NO. R A RESOLUTION REQUESTING FY 2018 PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES FUNDING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, COMMUNITY, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHEREAS, 3 AAC requires the governing body of a city to adopt a resolution requesting funding from the Payment in Lieu of Taxes Program for cities in the unorganized borough and to submit the resolution to the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development; and, WHEREAS, the city has conducted a regular election during the preceding state fiscal year and has reported the results of the election to the commissioner; and, WHEREAS, regular meetings of the governing body are held in the city and a record of the proceedings is maintained; and, WHEREAS, ordinances adopted by the city have been codified in accordance with AS NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Nome Common Council, by this resolution, hereby requests distribution from the FY 2018 Payment in Lieu of Taxes Program by the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development on the date required by law. APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE, Mayor BRYANT HAMMOND, Clerk 105

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113 Presented By: City Manager Action Taken: Yes No Abstain CITY OF NOME, ALASKA RESOLUTION NO. R A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE RENEWAL APPLICATION FOR A CORRECTIONAL FACILITY PERMIT WITHIN THE CITY OF NOME BY GEO CARE, INC. WHEREAS, in accordance with Nome Code of Ordinances Section , Geo Care, Inc. has submitted a written request to renew their permit to operate a correctional facility within the City of Nome, located at Block B, Lot 2 (108 Front Street), Nome Townsite; and, WHEREAS, the Nome Common Council has reviewed the request for renewal and has allowed commentary from the public during a public hearing held on May 22, 2017, relative to the renewal application. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Nome Common Council approves the renewal application for a Correctional Facility Permit submitted by Geo Care, Inc. for an additional term of three (3) years, effective May 23, 2017; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the renewal application is approved in accordance with the same terms and conditions as applied to the existing permit. APPROVED and SIGNED this 22 nd day of May, ATTEST: RICHARD BENEVILLE, Mayor BRYANT HAMMOND, Clerk 107

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137 Memo To: From: CC: Tom Moran City Manager Joy L. Baker Port Director JLB Mayor & Nome Common Council Nome Port Commission Date: 5/15/2017 Re: Port & Harbor Report/Projects Update May 2017 The following provides a status update on active issues and projects pertaining to the Port & Harbor. Administrative: The Port initiated staff recruitment in April to fill the positions of Office Manager and Dock Watch, with continued focus on procurement and seasonal maintenance coordination with Public Works and external contractors. Preliminary activity has begun around the facility, with users preparing their equipment for launch. F18 budget prep has been ongoing, with conservative projections made for operational expenses to account for reduced revenue from gravel/construction equipment shipping, due to the lack of state capital projects funding. The F17 Port Budget at 30 April 2017 shows revenue at 85.2% with 45.87% expended. Port vehicles reactivated during the 2 nd week of May. Causeway: Arctic Deep Draft Port (ADDP) Study: Alaska Corps District personnel were requested by Headquarters to compile a list of pending Alaska projects for funding consideration under the F17 Work Plan based on the recently passed Omnibus bill. The rescoping effort for an Arctic Deep Draft Port (ADDP) at Nome is part of that package, with full support of the Alaska Delegation for moving the project off pause. Per the legislation, projects that can demonstrate a local sponsor with existing costshare funding are deemed favorable for matching federal funds. The F17 Work Plan package goes to Congress in early July, with project awards in late Aug/early Sept. The Nome project was also the subject of discussion at the 9 May, 2017 Environmental & Public Works Hearing in D.C. In the hearing, Senator Sullivan questioned LT. General Semonite with Army Corps Headquarters on the lack of forward movement of the Nome ADDP project, after passage of the WIIN Act in December A follow up meeting between both parties was to be scheduled to discuss the issue. The hearing webcast can be found here: titled Water Resources: The Role of the Public & Private Sectors, with excerpt attached. 131

138 Middle Dock Project (Concrete Ramp Extension): Orion Marine will mobe in crew in late May to meet the first barge arrival of the steel beams/rebar to build the foundation of the ramp extension, with concrete pour to follow. Project is anticipated being complete by 20 June. Port Industrial Pad: Industrial Pad Development: Bathymetric survey of the river excavation is anticipated to be performed in early to midjune to confirm the excavated quantity. This will dictate the quantity of material for removal in Feb/Mar 2018 via winter excavation. A change order is in process to install culverts at the Thornbush site to address drainage needs for the portion of the property that will not be filled this year. Phase 2 will begin in late June to fill the eastern portion of the Thornbush Site with select borrow, and then topped with crushed material for surfacing. Trucking will continue through July with pad prep through August. External Facilities: Cape Nome: Knik crew has arrived on site and working to open the pit and begin making rock for the project. A pending contractor RFI has been submitted to DHS/FEMA for review and approval to address changed conditions on the sea floor. These changes have required a redesign of the lower elevation armor placement, resulting in reduced quantities on the project. After discussion w/dhs, we anticipate FEMA approval of the design modifications. Additional information on any of these projects is available upon request /15/2017 Page 2 Port Director/Projects Status Report

139 WATER RESOURCES: THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017 U.S. SENATE Committee on Environment and Public Works Subcommittee on Transportation and Infrastructure Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 2:33 p.m. in room 406, Dirksen Senate Building, the Honorable James Inhofe [chairman of the subcommittee] presiding. Present: Senators Inhofe, Capito, Boozman, Moran, Ernst, Sullivan, Shelby, Cardin, Merkley, Gillibrand, Markey, Duckworth and Harris. 133

140 Senator Sullivan. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I want to shift the focus a little bit more north to where I am from. General, we have a lot of interest in the Arctic right now. I think a lot of people are waking up to that. As a matter of fact, the Arctic Council is having a ministerial in Fairbanks, Alaska starting tomorrow, two days in Alaska. All foreign ministers of the Arctic nations are going to be up there. You may have seen in the NDAA a requirement for the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Homeland Security to designate a strategic Arctic court given our increasing interest in the Arctic in shipping traffic, natural resources, search and rescue and protecting the environment. There is a lot going on up there. I want to talk to you about two ports. I know we are looking at all kinds of ports. First is the Port of Nome. As you probably know, the Corps has over a 100year history in Nome, Alaska. There is a focus on the deepwater port draft study and there has been some back and forth after Shell left Alaska and the oil and gas exploration. There were two additional WRDA provisions just this past bill, the WIIN Act, that came into law in December. Those were actually designed to help get the Corps focused again on Nome. Can you commit to having Nome as part of your work plan 134

141 moving forward again on the deep draft port study and work that was ongoing until we had the hiccup of some of those oil and gas issues? General Semonite. Senator Sullivan, thanks for the question. We are actively working Nome right now. The study was put on hold pending coordination with DoD and Homeland Security based on WRDA 16. The benefit cost ratio is below 1 percent. I think that is why there was a request. Senator Sullivan. But there are also provisions in the WRDA bill that essentially said, you have entire other areas to look at. Particularly, for example, in the law now, Nome services 54 different communities throughout western Alaska and the Nome area. That gives you authority to kind of take a hard look? General Semonite. Yes, sir. We have sent out letters to both the Department of DoD, Navy and Homeland Security to be able to make sure that we understand where their potential use might be. We are waiting for those responses. I can certainly get with you offline and tell you what we hear from them to be able to see if, in fact, there is an additional reason from both of them to be able to expand the Port of Nome. Senator Sullivan. I would like to get offline with you 135

142 because there are two specific provisions in the WRDA bill, just signed into law, that are very focused on that and are intended. I know we worked with your staff on the language to get the Corps moving again. If there are delays, I need to understand why there are delays when the law has been changed to actually get the Corps to move out on this issue. General Semonite. We are working implementation guidance to be able to see. I think the best thing is I come and see you, Senator, and I will lay this out. I am not exactly aware of the two extra provisions you are talking about right now. The information I have is that we are waiting for responses from the two departments as to what would be a strategic rationale to be able to have Nome not necessarily what you are talking about. Senator Sullivan. The NDAA is a different issue? General Semonite. Yes, sir. Let me come back and I will get with you. We will lay this out and walk our way through this. Senator Sullivan. Good. Thank you. Let me ask about another potential port in the area. What is the Corps view of the effectiveness of possibly using publicprivate partnerships for the development of Port Spencer which is actually also in the area? 136

143 General Semonite. Senator, I do not know on Spencer. We are, again, very interested in anything with a P3. The challenge is, how do we put together the right package to be able to continue to make it through the system. If we get together, I will certainly lay out Spencer for you as well. Senator Sullivan. Great. Section 119 of the WIIN Act amends the law related to the territorial partial cost share waiver to add federallyrecognized Indian tribes as entities eligible for a limited waiver of local cost sharing for Army Corps studies and projects. Can you give me a sense of the Corps timing on that new provision and how you are looking at it? The Alaska District has a lot of interest, as you know, on that provision. We would welcome your engagement. General Semonite. Senator, we support this as well. This is for a cost share of the first $450,000, mainly for Native American tribes. This is something we will do. We are writing through exactly what the implementation guidance is to be able to say here is how you would qualify for that. However, those tribes that do not have enough money to be able to come into a study, we do not think they should be disadvantaged. We support that, we just have to get the details together so we can put it on the street and people know how to apply for that. Senator Sullivan. Great. Thank you. 137

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