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AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 3078 ADOPTED ON DECEMBER 21, 2020, ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE BUDGET FOR ALL MUNICIPAL PURPOSES AND USES FOR THE YEAR 2021
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DocuSign Envelope ID: 11222B7E-FB74-498B-A673-3CFCE636D8CA <br /> ORDINANCE 3093 <br /> AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 3078 ADOPTED ON DECEMBER 21, <br /> 2020, ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE BUDGET FOR ALL MUNICIPAL <br /> PURPOSES AND USES FOR THE YEAR 2021" <br /> WHEREAS, Ordinance 3078 was adopted on December 21, 2020 that established the <br /> annual budget for fiscal year 2021, and <br /> WHEREAS, The state legislature enacted HB 1223 which requires electronic <br /> recording of Police Officers interaction with certain citizens effective January 1 , 2022 thereby <br /> necessitating the purchase of 28 body cameras, and <br /> WHEREAS, Various school zone speed limit beacons in the City of Anacortes have <br /> become antiquated and are failing and therefore require replacement and the grant the City <br /> applied for was not awarded and now school is starting in less than two months and the <br /> Public Works department is desirous of replacing these failing beacons before then, and <br /> WHEREAS, When the City's Transportation Benefit District was established by Ordinance <br /> 2926 state law directed that the ensuing TBD was a separate legal entity known as a blended <br /> component unit which is why a separate accounting fund (Fund 106) was established, so that <br /> TBD revenue stream was clearly identifiable to the public and the State Auditors, but that <br /> requirement changed in 2015 when the State Legislature adopted 2ESSB 5987 which allowed <br /> the City to assume the rights, powers, functions, and obligations of the Anacortes TBD which <br /> City Council did when they adopted Ordinance 2967 and now Fund 106 creates accounting <br /> and budgeting confusion with the double budget effect of transferring the TBD sales tax out of <br /> Fund 106 and into Fund 104 (Street Maintenance) so it now is logical and reasonable to close <br /> fund 106 and deposit the TBD revenue stream directly into Fund 104. <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Anacortes, <br /> Washington, as follows: <br /> Section 1. Ordinance No. 3078 dated December 21, 2020 adopting the Budget for all <br /> Municipal purposes and Uses for the fiscal year 2021 is hereby amended to reflect the <br /> aforementioned revisions to expenditures and revenues in the following areas: <br /> BARS # Description Expense (DR) Revenue (CR) <br /> 001.310.521.70.31 Police Body Cam Hardware 26,630 <br /> 001.000.308.90.00 Cash Reserves 26,630 <br /> 106.711.597.00.00 Interfund Transfer Out 1,130,103 <br /> 106.000.313.21.00 TBD 2/10th sales tax 1,130,103 <br /> 104.720.313.10.00 TBD sales tax 1,130,103 <br /> 104.720.3.97.00.00 Interfund transfer in 1,130,103 <br /> 105.720.595.30.63 School Zone Beacons 112,000 <br /> 105.720.397.00.00 REET transfer in 112,000 <br /> 335.711.597.00.00 REET 1 Transfer Out 112,000 <br /> 335.240.308.10.00 REET 1 Cash Reserves 112,000 <br />
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