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File #: BF-1    Version:
Type: County Communication Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/24/2016 In control: 16 Budget and Finance Committee
On agenda: 5/2/2016 Final action:
Title: PROPOSED FISCAL YEAR 2017 BUDGET FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI (BF-1)
Attachments: 1. A APPENDIX C 05-02-2016, 2. A FY 2017 BF Committee Proposal (Exhibit 1 - 05-02-2016), 3. A FY 2017 BF Committee Proposal (Exhibit 1 04-25-2016), 4. FN-9 Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-13-2017, 5. A GENERAL BUDGET PROVISIONS 05-02-2016, 6. A RATES AND FEES 05-02-2016, 7. A RPT CERTIFIED VALUE at various rates 05-02-2016, 8. Appendix B - Rates and Fees revisions 04-25-2016, 9. BD Correspondence from Budget Director re Planning Dept. comments on FY2017 projects with Maui County General Plan and Maui Island Plan 03-28-2016, 10. BD-1 Correspondence from Budget Director 03-24-2016, 11. BD-1 Correspondence to Budget Director 03-02-2016, 12. BD-10 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-13-2016, 13. BD-10 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-06-2016, 14. BD-11 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-15-2016, 15. BD-11 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-06-2016, 16. BD-12 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-13-16, 17. BD-12 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-08-2016, 18. BD-13 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-18-2016, 19. BD-13 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-18-2016, 20. BD-13 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-11-2016, 21. BD-2 Correspondence from Budget Director: Unbudgeted equipment purchase 03-23-2016, 22. BD-2 Correspondence to Budget Director 03-02-2016, 23. BD-3 Communication to Budget Director 03-15-2016, 24. BD-4 Correspondence from Budget Director 03-24-2016, 25. BD-4 Correspondence to Budget Director 03-21-2016, 26. BD-5 Attachment 1 Environmental Management, 27. BD-5 Attachment 2 Housing and Human Concerns, 28. BD-5 Attachment 3 Parks and Recreation, 29. BD-5 Attachment 4 Police, 30. BD-5 Attachment 5 Public Works, 31. BD-5 Attachment 6 Water Supply, 32. BD-5 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-12-2016, 33. BD-5 Correspondence from Budget Director 03-30-2016, 34. BD-5 Correspondence from Budget Director 03-30-2016, 35. BD-5 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-15-2016, 36. BD-5 Correspondence from Fire Chief 04-7-2016, 37. BD-5 Correspondence to Budget Director 03-28-2016, 38. BD-6 Correspondence from Budget Director 03-30-2016, 39. BD-6 Correspondence to Budget Director 03-28-2016, 40. BD-7 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-04-2016, 41. BD-7 Correspondence to Budget Director 03-28-2016, 42. BD-8 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-11-2016, 43. BD-8 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-04-2016, 44. BD-8 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-11-2016, 45. BD-9 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-02-2016, 46. BF-1 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-12-2016, 47. BF-1 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-27-2016, 48. BF-1 Correspondence from Lyn McNeff, Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc. 04-22-2016, 49. BF-1 Correspondence from Office of Council Services 04-20-2016, 50. BF-1 Correspondence from Planning 04-07-2016, 51. BF-1 Correspondence from Police 04-22-2016, 52. BF-1 Correspondence from Transportation 04-22-2016, 53. BF-1 Correspondence to Lisa Paulson 04-19-2016, 54. BF-1 Correspondence to Lynn McNeff 04-20-2016, 55. BF-1 Proposed bill - Councilmember Guzman 04-22-2016, 56. BF-1 Proposed bill from Council Vice-Chair 04-28-2016, 57. BF-1 Spreadsheet of Park Systems from Parks and Recreation 04-11-2016, 58. BF-1 Spreadsheet on CIP from Budget Chair 04-11-2016, 59. Bill 31 Correspondence from Chair Hokama 04-22-2016, 60. Bill 31 Correspondence from Chair Hokama 04-22-2016, 61. CC-1 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 03-28-2016, 62. CC-1 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 03-08-2016, 63. CC-10 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 04-15-2016, 64. CC-10 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-11-2016, 65. CC-11 Correspondence to Corp Counsel with proposed bill 04-14-2016, 66. CC-11 Proposed bill from Corp Counsel 04-15-2016 (Construction Plan Review Revolving Fund), 67. CC-12 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-19-2016, 68. CC-12 Proposed bill from Corp Counsel 04-20-2016, 69. CC-12 Proposed bill from Corp Counsel 04-20-2016 (Affordable Housing Fund), 70. CC-13 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-19-2016 (Cesspools), 71. CC-13 Proposed bill from Corp Counsel 04-21-2016 (Cesspools), 72. CC-14 Correspondence from Corp. Counsel 04-22-2016, 73. CC-14 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-19-2016, 74. CC-15 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-20-2016, 75. CC-15 Proposed bill from Corp Counsel 04-21-2016 (Hwy Beautification Fund), 76. CC-16 Proposed bills from Corp Counsel 04-25-2016, 77. CC-16 Revised proposed reso from Corp Counsel 04-25-2016, 78. CC-17 Proposed bills from Corp Counsel 04-25-2016, 79. CC-18 Proposed bill from Corp Counsel 04-25-2016, 80. CC-19 Proposed resolution to Corp Counsel 04-26-2016, 81. CC-19 Revised reso from Corp Counsel 04-26-2016, 82. CC-2 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 03-29-2016 (Fuel Tax Reso), 83. CC-2 Proposed resolution from Corp Counsel 03-31-2016 (Fuel Tax), 84. CC-20 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 04-28-2016, 85. CC-20 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-27-2016, 86. CC-3 Correspondence to Corp. Counsel 03-29-2016, 87. CC-3 Proposed resolution from Corp Counsel 03-31-2016 (RP range of rates), 88. CC-4 Correspondence to Corp. Counsel 03-29-2016, 89. CC-4 Proposed resolution from Corp Counsel 03-30-2016 (RPT rates), 90. CC-5 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 04-07-2016, 91. CC-5 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-02-2016, 92. CC-6 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-04-2016, 93. CC-6 Memo from Corporation Counsel 04-06-2016, 94. CC-7 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 04-07-2016, 95. CC-7 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-04-2016, 96. CC-8 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-06-2016, 97. CC-9 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-07-2016, 98. CC-9 Opinion from Corp Counsel 04-13-2016, 99. Correspondence from Board of Water Supply 03-24-2016, 100. Correspondence from Budget Director 04-26-2016, 101. Correspondence from Committee Chair 04-13-2016, 102. Correspondence from Committee Chair 04-26-2016, 103. Correspondence from Committee Chair 04-28-2016, 104. Correspondence from Councilmember Baisa 04-22-2016, 105. Correspondence from Councilmember Baisa 04-22-2016, 106. Correspondence from Councilmember Carroll 04-22-2016, 107. Correspondence from Councilmember Carroll 04-22-2016, 108. Correspondence from Councilmember Cochran 04-22-2016, 109. Correspondence from Councilmember Cochran 04-22-2016, 110. Correspondence from Councilmember Couch 04-22-2016, 111. Correspondence from Councilmember Couch 04-22-2016, 112. Correspondence from Councilmember Couch 04-29-2016, 113. Correspondence from Councilmember Crivello 04-22-2016, 114. Correspondence from Councilmember Crivello 04-22-2016, 115. Correspondence from Councilmember Guzman 04-22-2016, 116. Correspondence from Councilmember Victorino 04-22-2016, 117. Correspondence from Councilmember Victorino 04-22-2016, 118. Correspondence from Mayor Arakawa 03-24-2016, 119. Correspondence from Councilmember Victorino 04-29-2016, 120. Correspondence from Dir of Finance 04-20-2016, 121. Correspondence from Director of Public Works 04-26-2016, 122. Correspondence from Fire Chief 04-26-2016, 123. Correstpondence Committee Chair 04-18-2016, 124. County Communication 16-29, 125. County Communication 16-60, 126. ED Presentation from Office of Economic Development 04-04-2016, 127. ED-1 Correspondence from Economic Development 03-28-2016, 128. ED-1 Correspondence to Office of Economic Development 03-02-2016, 129. ED-2 Correspondence from Economic Development 03-28-2016, 130. ED-2 Correspondence to Office of Economic Development 03-08-2016, 131. ED-3 Correspondence from Economic Development 04-11-2016, 132. ED-3 Correspondence to Economic Development 04-05-2016, 133. EM Presentation from Environmental Management 04-06-2016, 134. EM-1 Correspondence from Environmental Managment 03-23-2016, 135. EM-1 Correspondence to Environmental Management 03-14-2016, 136. EM-2 Correspondence from Environmental Management 03-23-2016, 137. EM-2 Correspondence to Environmental Management 03-14-2016, 138. EM-3 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-20-2016, 139. EM-3 Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-07-2016, 140. EM-3 No. 13A Final, 141. EM-3 No. 13B Final, 142. EM-3 No. 13C Final, 143. EM-3 No. 13D Final, 144. EM-4 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-21-2016, 145. EM-4 Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-14-2016, 146. EM-5 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-18-2016, 147. EM-5 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-18-2016, 148. EM-5 Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-14-2016, 149. EM-6 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-21-2016, 150. EM-6 Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-15-2016, 151. EM-7 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-21-2016, 152. EM-7 Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-15-2016, 153. EM-8 Correspondence from Envrionmental Management 04-21-2016, 154. EM-8 Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-20-2016, 155. EM-9 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-25-2016, 156. EM-9 Correspondence from Environmental Management 04-25-2016, 157. EM-9 Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-21-2016, 158. FN Employee Fringe Benefit Rates Calendar Year 2016 03-30-2016, 159. FN End of Month Portfolio Yields July 2015-June 2016 03-30-2016, 160. FN-1 Correspondence from Finance 03-24-2016, 161. FN-1 Correspondence to Finance 03-16-2016, 162. FN-2 Correspondence from Finance 03-30-2016, 163. FN-2 Correspondence to Finance 03-28-2016, 164. FN-3 Correspondence to Finance 04-02-2016, 165. FN-4 Correspondence from Finance 04-07-2016, 166. FN-4 Correspondence to Finance 04-02-2016, 167. FN-5 Correspondence from Finance 04-07-2016, 168. FN-5 Correspondence to Finance 04-04-2016, 169. FN-6 Correspondence to Finance 04-04-2016, 170. FN-7 Correspondence from Finance 04-15-2016, 171. FN-7 Correspondence from Finance 04-23-2016, 172. FN-7 Correspondence to Finance 04-11-2016, 173. FN-8 Correspondence from Finance, 04-19-2016, 174. FN-8 Correspondence to Finance 04-19-2016, 175. FN-9 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-19-2016, 176. FN-9 Correspondence from Finance 04-15-2016, 177. FN-9 Correspondence to Finance 04-14-2016, 178. FS Fire Master Strategic Plan, 2016-2020 Correspondence from Committee Chair Hokama 03-31-2016, 179. FS Handout from Budget Director 03-31-2016 (Fire Premium Pay with 5-year Actuals), 180. FS-1 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safety 03-31-2016, 181. FS-1 Correspondence to Fire and Public Safety 03-28-2016, 182. FS-2 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safety 04-05-2016, 183. FS-2 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safety 04-14-2016, 184. FS-2 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safety 04-14-2016, 185. FS-2 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safety 04-20-2016, 186. FS-2 Correspondence to Fire and Public Safety 04-02-2016, 187. FS-3 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safety 04-19-2016, 188. FS-3 Correspondence to Fire and Public Safety 04-15-2016, 189. FS-4 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safery 04-19-2016, 190. FS-4 Correspondence to Fire and Public Safety 04-15-2016, 191. FS-5 Correspondence from Fire and Public Safety 04-21-2016, 192. FS-5 Correspondence to Fire and Public Safety 04-19-2016, 193. FY 2017 Mayor's Budget Proposal, 194. Handout from Budget Director 04-12-2016, 195. Handout from Committee Chair 04-22-2016, 196. Handout from Director of Public Works 04-12-2016, 197. HC-1 Correspondence from Housing and Human Concerns 03-23-2016, 198. HC-1 Correspondence to Housing and Human Concerns 03-02-2016, 199. HC-2 Correspondence from Housing and Human Concerns 03-23-2016, 200. HC-2 Correspondence to Housing and Human Concerns 03-08-2016, 201. HC-3 Correspondence from Director of Housing and Human Concerns 04-21-2016, 202. HC-3 Correspondence to Housing and Human Concerns 04-18-2016, 203. HC-4 Correspondence from Housing and Human Concerns 04-25-2016, 204. HC-4 Correspondence to Housing and Human Concerns 04-21-2016, 205. LC-1 Correspondence from Liquor Control 04-19-2016, 206. LC-1 Correspondence to Liquor Control 04-13-2016, 207. List of additions and reductions 04-25-2016, 208. List of Capital Improvement Projects 04-25-2016, 209. MD-1 Correspondence from Budget Director 03-23-2016, 210. MD-1 Correspondence to Management 03-14-2016, 211. MD-1 Status of FY 2016 CIP Projects Correspondence from Managing 03-29-2016, 212. MD-2 Correspondence from Managing Director 04-07-2016, 213. MD-2 Correspondence to Management 04-02-2016, 214. MD-3 Correspondence from Management 04-13-2016, 215. MD-3 Correspondence to Management 04-06-2016, 216. MD-4 Correspondence from Management 04-28-2016, 217. MD-4 Correspondence to Management 04-21-2016, 218. MD-4 Waikapu Facilities Master Plan Final Submittal, 219. MD-4 Waikapu Facilities Master Plan Final Submittal, 220. OM-1 Correspondence from Mayor 04-21-2016, 221. OM-1 Correspondence to Mayor 04-15-2016, 222. OM-2 Correspondence from Mayor 04-12-2016, 223. OM-2 Correspondence to Mayor 04-05-2016, 224. Ordinances, 225. PA-1 Correspondence from Prosecuting Attorney 04-07-2016, 226. PA-1 Correspondence from Prosecuting Attorney 04-12-2016, 227. PA-1 Correspondence to Prosecuting Attorney 04-07-2016, 228. PA-2 Correspondence from Prosecuting Attorney 04-21-2016, 229. PA-2 Correspondence to Prosecuting Attorney 04-19-2016, 230. PD-1 Correspondence from Police 04-19-2016, 231. PD-1 Correspondence to Police 04-14-2016, 232. PD-2 Correspondence from Police 04-22-2016, 233. PD-2 Correspondence from Police Chieif 04-21-2016, 234. PD-2 Correspondence to Police 04-15-2016, 235. PD-2 Correspondence to Police 04-19-2016, 236. PD-3 Correspondence from Police 04-22-2016, 237. PL Kahana Bay Storm Damage Reduction 03-31-2016, 238. PL Presentation from Planning 03-31-2016, 239. PL West Maui Erosion Study 03-31-2016, 240. PL-1 Correspondence from Planning 03-30-2016, 241. PL-1 Correspondence to Planning 03-28-2016, 242. PL-2 Correspondence to Planning 04-11-2016, 243. PL-3 Correspondence from Planning 04-19-2016, 244. PL-3 Correspondence to Planning 04-18-2016, 245. PR-1 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 03-16-2016, 246. PR-1 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 02-29-2016, 247. PR-2 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-04-2016, 248. PR-2 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 03-30-2016, 249. PR-3 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-11-2016, 250. PR-3 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 04-06-2016, 251. PR-4 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-12-2016, 252. PR-4 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-12-2016, 253. PR-4 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 04-06-2016, 254. PR-5 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-21-2016, 255. PR-5 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 04-13-2016, 256. PR-6 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-21-2016, 257. PR-6 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 04-15-2016, 258. PR-7 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 04-15-2016, 259. PR-7 Corrrespondence from Parks and Recreation 04-20-2016, 260. PR-8 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-21-2016, 261. PR-8 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 04-15-2016, 262. PR-9 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-20-2016, 263. PR-9 Correspondence to Parks and Recreation 04-17-2016, 264. Presentation from Water Supply 04-07-2016, 265. Printout from Kihei DMVL 04-21-2016, 266. PS-1 Correspondence from Personnel Services 03-31-2016, 267. PS-1 Correspondence to Personnel Services 03-14-2016, 268. PS-2 Correspondence to Personnel Services 03-30-2016, 269. PS-3 Correspondence from Personnel Services 04-12-2016, 270. PS-3 Correspondence to Personnel Services 04-07-2016, 271. PS-4 Correspondence from Personnel Services 04-13-2016, 272. PS-4 Correspondence to Personnel Services 04-11-2016, 273. PW-1 Correspondence from Public Works 04-15-2016, 274. PW-1 Correspondence from Public Works 04-15-2016, 275. PW-1 Correspondence to Public Works 04-12-2016, 276. PW-2 Correspondence from Public Works 04-20-2016, 277. PW-2 Correspondence to Public Works 04-14-2016, 278. PW-3 Correspondence from Public Works 04-19-2016, 279. PW-3 Correspondence to Public Works 04-14-2016, 280. PW-4 Correspondence from Public Works 04-21-2016, 281. PW-4 Correspondence to Public Works 04-14-2016, 282. PW-5 Correspondence from Public Works 04-21-2016, 283. PW-5 Correspondence to Public Works 04-15-2016, 284. Real Property Tax Certified Value, FY 2017 04-25-2016, 285. Resolution 13-33 04-20-2016, 286. Spreadheet from OCS Director 4-21-2016, 287. Spreadsheet from BF Chair 04-20-2016, 288. Spreadsheet from Dept County Clerk 04-20-2016, 289. TD-1 Correspondence from Transportation 04-15-2016, 290. TD-1 Correspondence from Transportation 04-15-2016, 291. TD-1 Correspondence to Transportation 04-13-2016, 292. TD-2 Aaron Kimura, Robert's Hawaii, Inc. 04-22-2016, 293. TD-2 Correspondence from Transportation 04-22-2016, 294. TD-2 Correspondence to Transportation 04-20-2016, 295. Testimony, 296. WS-1 Correspondence from Water Supply 04-15-2016, 297. WS-1 Correspondence to Water Supply 04-11-2016, 298. WS-2 Correspondence from Water Supply 04-19-2016, 299. WS-2 Correspondence to Water Supply 04-15-2016, 300. WS-3 Correspondence from Water Supply (WS-3) 04-19-2016, 301. WS-3 Correspondence to Water Supply 04-15-2016, 302. WS-4 Correspondence from Water Supply 04-19-2016, 303. WS-4 Correspondence to Water Supply 04-17-2016, 304. Correspondence from Director of Public Works 04-18-2017, 305. PS-4 Correspondence from Director of Personnel Services 04-17-2017, 306. FN-12 Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-17-2017, 307. BD-20 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-18-2017, 308. BD-17 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-18-2017, 309. BD-21 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-18-2017, 310. OM-3 Coprrespondence from Chief of Staff 04-17-2017, 311. OM-3 Correspondence to Chief of Staff 04-06-2017, 312. Correspondence to Janeen Olds, Sandwich Isles 04-17-2017, 313. PR-9 Correspondence to Directer of Park and Recreation 04-17-2017, 314. OM-5 Correspondence to Director of Economic Development 04-17-2017, 315. EM-6 Correspondence to Director Environmental Management 04-17-2017, 316. FS-2 Correspondence to Fire Chiief 04-17-2017, 317. EM-5 Correspondence to Director of Environmental Management 04-17-2014, 318. CC-4 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-17-2017, 319. CC-7 Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-17-2017, 320. CC-9 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 04-18-2017, 321. CC-7 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 04-17-17, 322. CC-4 Correspondence from Corp Counsel 04-17-2017, 323. BD-17 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-13-2017, 324. PR-3 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-13-2017, 325. PR-3 Correspondence from Director of Parks and Recreation 04-12-2017, 326. BD-16 Correspondence from Budget Director 04-13-2017, 327. BD-15 Correspondence from Director of Public Works 04-12-2017, 328. PR-8 Correspondence from Director of Parks and Recreation 04-12-2017, 329. PR-2 Correspondence from Director of Parks and Recreation 04-12-2017, 330. Correspondence from Mayor 04-11-2017, 331. PR-4 Correspondence from Parks and Recreation 04-12-2017, 332. FN-4 Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-11-2017, 333. FN-10 Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-12-2017, 334. WS-3 Correspondence to Director of Water Supply 04-13-2017, 335. PD-2 Correspondence to Chief of Police 04-13-2017, 336. PA-1 Correspondence to Prosecuting Attorney 04-13-2017, 337. MD-5 Correspondence to Managing Director 04-13-2017, 338. HC-5 Correspondence to Housing and Human Concerns 04-13-2017, 339. PW-3 Correspondence to Director of Public Works 04-18-2017, 340. BD-23 Correspondence to Budget Director 04-18-2017, 341. FN-15 Correspondence to Director of Finance 04-18-2017, 342. PR-10 Correspondence to Director of Parks and Recreation 04-18-2017, 343. OM-6 Correspondence to Economic Development Director 04-18-2017, 344. MD-6 Correspondence to Managing Director 04-18-2017, 345. (CC-10) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-18-2017, 346. (BD-18) Correspondence from Budget Director 04-17-2017, 347. (BD-22) Correspondence to Budget Director 04-13-2017 (3), 348. (CC-6) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-13-2017, 349. Correspondence from PA 04-13-2017, 350. Correspondence from BF Chair 04-12-2017 (2), 351. Correspondence from BF Chair 04-12-2017, 352. Handouts from Fire Chief 4-12-2017, 353. Presentation from Derek Mizuno, EUTF 04-12-2017, 354. (EM-4) Correspondence from Director of Environmental Mgmt 04-17-2017, 355. (BD-19) Correspondence from Budget Director 04-17-2017, 356. (FN-11) Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-13-2017, 357. (PR-6) Correspondence from Director of Parks and Recreation 04-13-2017, 358. (WS-2) Correspondence from Director of Water Supply 04-12-2017, 359. (CC-6) Resolution (performance audit of Fire) from Corp Counsel 04-17-2017, 360. (CC-9) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-17-2017, 361. (FN-14) Correspondence to Director of Finance 04-17-2017, 362. (EM-7) Correspondence to Environmental Management 04-17-2017, 363. (BD-15) Correspondence from Budget Director 04-13-2017, 364. (OCC-1) Correspondence to County Clerk 04-13-2017, 365. (FN-12) Correspondence to Director of Finance 04-13-2017, 366. (FS-1) Correspondence to Fire Chief 04-13-2017, 367. Correspondence from Public Works 04-12-2017, 368. (PR-7) Correspondence from Director of Parks and Recreation 04-11-2017, 369. (CC-5) Resolution (Fuel Tax) from Corp Counsel 04-11-2017, 370. (CC-5) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 04-10-2017, 371. (BD-11) Correspondence from Budget Director 04-11-2017, 372. (LQ) Correspondence from Director of Liquor Control 04-06-2017, 373. (BD) Correspondence from Budget Director 04-10-2017, 374. (EM) Handout from Division Chief,Mike Ratte 04-06-2017, 375. (EM) Handout from Environmental Management 04-06-2017, 376. (OM) Handout from Herman Andaya 04-05-2017, 377. (PR) Handout from Parks and Recreation 04-05-2017, 378. (PR) Handout from Parks and Recreation 04-04-2017, 379. (PR) Handout from Parks and Recreation (3) 04-04-2017, 380. (PR) Handout from Parks and Recreation (2) 04-04-2017, 381. (PR) Handout from Parks and Recreation (1) 04-04-2017, 382. (HC-6) Correspondence to Director of Housing and Human Concerns 04-19-2017, 383. (PW-2) Correspondence from Director of Public Works 04-18-2017, 384. (PS-3) Correspondence from Director of Personnel Services 04-18-2017, 385. Presentation from Economic Development Director 04-17-2017, 386. Handout document by BF Chair 04-17-2017, 387. (PD-1) Correspondence from Chief of Police 04-17-2017, 388. (PW-1) Correspondence from Director of Public Works 04-18-2017, 389. Handout from Councilmember King 05-01-2017, 390. Proposed bill from Corp Counsel 05-04-2017, 391. Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-02-2017, 392. (CC-18) Revised bill from Corp Counsel 05-04-2017, 393. Handout from Committee Vice-Chair 05-01-2017, 394. (CC-20) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-04-2017, 395. (CC-20) Revised bill from Corp Counsel 05-04-2017, 396. (CC-16) Revised bill from Corp Counsel 05-03-2017, 397. Handout from Committee Chair 04-28-2017, 398. Correspondence from Budget Director 04-28-2017, 399. Proposed bill from Committee Chair 04-28-2017, 400. Handout from Committee Chair 04-28-2017 (1), 401. Handout from Real Property Tax Administrator 04-27-2017, 402. (FN) Handout from Real Property Tax Administrator 03-30-2017, 403. Handout from Real Property Tax Administrator 04-20-2017, 404. Handout from Real Property Tax Administator 04-20-2017, 405. Handout from County Clerk (2) 04-21-2017, 406. Handout from County Clerk(1) 04-21-2017 (1), 407. Handout from Member Cochran 04-20-2017, 408. Handout from Councilmember Cochran 04-27-2017, 409. (CC-15) Proposed bill and resolution from Corp Counsel 05-03-2017, 410. (CC-14) Revised bill from Corp Counsel 05-03-2017, 411. (CC-18) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-03-2017, 412. (CC-17) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-03-2017, 413. (CC-16) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-03-2017, 414. Handout from Councilmember White 04-27-2017, 415. Correspondencce to Budget Director 05-02-2017, 416. (CC-15) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-02-2017, 417. (CC-14) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-02-2017, 418. (TD-1) Correspondence from Director of Transportation 04-28-2017, 419. Correspondence from Chair, Board of Water Supply 04-26-2017, 420. (CC-13) Correspondence from Corp Counsel 05-01-2017, 421. List of Provisos, from Commitee Chair 05-01-2017, 422. Revised Revenues- Rates, Fees, Assessments and Taxes, from Commitee Chair 05-01-2017, 423. Revised General Budget Provisions, from Commitee Chair 05-01-2017, 424. Exhibit 1 (revised) - Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, from Commitee Chair 05-01-2017, 425. (PS-3) Correspondence from Director of Personnel Services 04-28-2017, 426. Capital Improvement Projects (Appendix C), from Committee Chair 05-01-2017, 427. List of Referrals, from Committee Chair 05-01-2017, 428. Resolution on OCS employees' pay salary and pay steps, from Committee Chair 05-01-2017, 429. Bill on Legislative Branch employees' salaries, from Committee Chair 05-01-2017, 430. (FS-3) Correspondence from Fire Chief 04-28-2017, 431. Bill on Special Purpose Revenue Fund Provisions, from Committee Chair 05-01-2017, 432. List of recommendations for consideration, from Committee Chair 05-01-2017, 433. (PR-11) Correspondence from Director of Parks and Recreation 04-27-2017, 434. (OM-7) Correspondence from Economic Development Director 04-27-2017, 435. Correspondence from Chief of Police 04-25-2017, 436. Handout from Councilmember Atay 04-28-2017, 437. Exhibit 1 (revised) - Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, from Committee Chair 04-28-2017, 438. (CC-13) Correspondence to Corp Counsel 05-01-2017, 439. Corrsepondence from OED Director 04-26-2017, 440. Correspondence from Committee Chair 04-25-2017, 441. (FS-3) Correspondence to Fire Chief 04-28-2017, 442. Handout from Councilmember Cochran 04-26-2017, 443. Correspondence from Chief of Poilice 04-26-2017, 444. Correspondence from Budget Director 04-27-2017, 445. (FN-16) Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-28-2017, 446. (FN-16) Correspondence to Director of Finance 04-28-2017, 447. (TD-1) Correspondence to Director of Transportation 04-28-2017, 448. Correspondence from Director of Environmental Management 04-27-2017, 449. (EM-9) Correspondence from Director of Environmental Management 04-27-2017, 450. (EM-9) Correspondence to Director of Environmental Mgmt 04-27-2017, 451. (PR-11) Correspondence to Director of Parks and Recreation 04-27-2017, 452. Handout from Committee Chair 04-19-2017, 453. Information from Solid Waste Division Chief 04-19-2017, 454. Handout from Stacie Renee Ash, Department of Environmental Mgmt 04-19-2017, 455. Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-19-2017 (2) (attachment), 456. Correspondence from Director of Finance 04-19-2017 (1), 457. (ED-5) Correspondence to Economic Development Director 04-26-2017, 458. Correspondence from Director of Economic Development 04-25-2017, 459. (PL-4) Correspondence from Planning Director 04-25-2017, 460. Handout from Councilmember Atay 04-25-2017, 461. (BD-23) Correspondence from Budget Director 04-25-2017, 462. Correspondence from Mayor 04-26-2017, 463. Exhibit 1 - Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, from Committee Chair 04-24-2017, 464. Real Property Tax Chart, from Committee Chair 04-24-2017, 465. 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PROPOSED FISCAL YEAR 2017 BUDGET FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI (BF-1)

 

Description

The Committee is in receipt of the following:

 

1.                     County Communication 16-29, from Council Chair Mike White, relating to the matter of the proposed budget for Fiscal Year (“FY”) 2017.

 

2.                     County Communication 16-60, from Mayor Alan M. Arakawa, relating to the proposed FY 2017 Budget for the County of Maui.  Included in the Mayor’s transmittal are the following:

 

a.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2016 TO JUNE 30, 2017.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to appropriate estimated revenues for the operating and capital improvement budget.  Incorporated within the proposed bill are Appendix A, which lists Grant Revenues and Special Purpose Revenues; Appendix B, which is the Schedule of Fees, Rates, Assessments, and Taxes; and Attachment B-1 (also referenced as Appendix C in the General Budget Provisions), which lists the County’s concessions, leases, and licenses by department (“Budget bill”).

 

b.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE CAPITAL PROGRAM FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2017.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to set forth the Capital Program for FY 2017 through FY 2022.  Incorporated within the proposed bill are Appendix A-1, a report entitled “COUNTY OF MAUI, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS REPORT, AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2015,” which lists all pending capital improvement projects and appropriations, except for Water Fund projects, as of December 31, 2015; Appendix A-2, a report entitled “County of Maui, Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures, Capital Improvement Program by District, Fiscal Year Ending 6/30/2016 - as of 12/31/2015,” which includes pending Water Fund capital improvement projects and appropriations as of December 31, 2015; and Appendix B, which is the proposed Capital Program for FY 2017 through FY 2022 (“Capital Program bill”).

 

c.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE COUNTY OF MAUI TO ENTER INTO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS FOR LOANS FROM THE STATE OF HAWAII’S WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND FOR VARIOUS WASTEWATER PROJECTS, FISCAL YEAR 2017 BUDGET ORDINANCE.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to authorize the Mayor to enter into intergovernmental agreements to finance the following Wastewater projects:  South Maui Recycled Water System Expansion, with funds not to exceed $6,500,000; Kulanihakoi Street Recycled Water Line Extension, with funds not to exceed $1,700,000; Lahaina Wastewater Reclamation Facility Modifications, Stage 1A, with funds not to exceed $12,500,000; Sheraton Wastewater Pump Station Modifications, with funds not to exceed $1,000,000; Countywide Wastewater Reclamation Facility Chlorination System Upgrade, with funds not to exceed $2,000,000; and Wailuku-Kahului Wastewater Reclamation Facility Solids Building Renovation, with funds not to exceed $1,000,000.

 

d.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE COUNTY OF MAUI TO ENTER INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR A LOAN FROM THE STATE OF HAWAII’S DRINKING WATER TREATMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND FOR VARIOUS WATER PROJECTS, FISCAL YEAR 2017 BUDGET ORDINANCE.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to authorize the Mayor to enter into an intergovernmental agreement to finance the following Water projects:  Countywide Upgrades and Replacements, Omaopio Tank Booster Pump Replacement, with funds not to exceed $2,000,000; Upcountry Reliable Capacity, Pookela Well #2 Exploratory, with funds not to exceed $2,500,000; and West Maui Reliable Capacity, Mahinahina Well #1 Development, with funds not to exceed $13,000,000.

 

e.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF fifty-eight million three hundred ninety-two thousand dollars ($58,392,000) AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF THE COUNTY OF MAUI FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDS TO PAY ALL OR A PART OF THE COST OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS OF AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI; FIXING THE FORM, DENOMINATIONS AND CERTAIN OTHER FEATURES OF SUCH BONDS AND PROVIDING FOR THEIR SALE; AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE TO DETERMINE CERTAIN DETAILS OF THE BONDS; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF A LIKE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF SUCH BONDS; AND PROVIDING FOR OTHER ACTIONS RELATED TO THE ISSUANCE, SALE AND DELIVERY OF SAID BONDS.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to authorize the issuance of $58,392,000 in general obligation bonds for various capital improvement projects (“Bond Authorization bill”).

 

f.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE DETERMINING THAT PART OF THE PROCEEDS OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF THE COUNTY OF MAUI HERETOFORE ISSUED IS IN EXCESS OF THE AMOUNTS REQUIRED FOR THE PURPOSES FOR WHICH SUCH BONDS WERE INITIALLY ISSUED, OR MAY OR SHOULD NOT BE APPLIED TO THOSE PURPOSES, AND DIRECTING SUCH PROCEEDS TO OTHER PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS OR AUTHORIZED PURPOSES OF THE COUNTY OF MAUI.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to reauthorize the use of $6,103,000 in lapsed bond proceeds for the following projects:  Piilani Highway Road Improvements at Nuanualoa, $2,003,000; Kokomo Road and Makawao Avenue Pavement Reconstruction, Phase 2, $2,400,000; and Kalana O Maui Building Electrical Upgrade, $1,700,000 (“Lapsed Bond bill”).

                                          

g.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12.24A, MAUI COUNTY CODE, RELATING TO THE MAUI COUNTY ARBORIST.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to amend Section 12.24A.070, Maui County Code, to reallocate responsibilities for planting and maintenance of trees and landscape plantings between the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Department of Public Works, and to remove the requirement for a county arborist.

 

h.                     Mayor’s Budget Message.

 

i.                     Booklets entitled “FISCAL YEAR 2017, MAYOR’S BUDGET PROPOSAL synopsis” (“Synopsis”); and “FISCAL YEAR 2017, Mayor’s budget proposal” (“Program Budget”).

 

j.                     Compact disc entitled “FISCAL YEAR 2017 MAYOR’S proposed Budget.”

 

3.                     Correspondence dated April 15, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting a proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 18.24.010, MAUI COUNTY CODE, TO ELIMINATE THE CONSTRUCTION PLAN REVIEW REVOLVING FUND.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to eliminate the Construction Plan Review Revolving Fund and transfer any balance remaining in the Fund as of June 30, 2016, to the General Fund.

 

4.                     Correspondence dated April 20, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting a proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 3.35, MAUI COUNTY CODE, RELATING TO THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to amend Chapter 3.35, Maui County Code, to make it consistent with the extension through Fiscal Year 2021 authorized by the Revised Charter of the County of Maui (1983), as amended, and to insert a definition of “gap income” because the definition has been deleted from Chapter 2.96, Maui County Code, and the Charter provision relies upon a definition by ordinance.

 

5.                     Correspondence dated April 21, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting a proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL CHAPTER 14.29, MAUI COUNTY CODE, RELATING TO PUMPING OF CESSPOOLS AND SEPTIC TANKS.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to repeal Chapter 14.29, Maui County Code, relating to pumping of cesspools and septic tanks, because the services described in the Chapter are being handled by private entities, and the County has not provided the service for the past three years.

 

6.                      Correspondence dated April 21, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting a proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION AND DISPOSAL OF ABANDONED VEHICLES REVOLVING FUND AND THE LITTER CONTROL REVOLVING FUND.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to amend the fund to which costs of litter control authorized by the Maui County Code are deposited, and amend the name of the highway beautification fund for consistency with Section 286-51(b), Hawaii Revised Statutes.

 

7.                      Correspondence dated April 22, 2016, from Councilmember Don S. Guzman, transmitting a proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 3.81.050, MAUI COUNTY CODE, TO EXTEND THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING FUND.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to extend the Economic Development Revolving Fund, which is set to expire on June 30, 2016, by five years, to June 30, 2021.

 

8.                      Correspondence dated April 25, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting the following:

 

a.                     A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE REPEALING chapter 3.97, maui county code, relating to the post-employment obligations fund.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to repeal Chapter 3.97, Maui County Code, relating to the Post-Employment Obligations Fund, and transfer any remaining balance in the Fund as of June 30, 2016, to the General Fund.

 

b.                     A proposed bill entitled “a bill for an ordinance amending chapter 3.48, maui county code, relating to the real property tax applicable to remnant parcels.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to authorize a real property tax exemption for a remnant parcel, so that the parcel is levied a real property tax of $150 per year, rather than the standard minimum real property tax set forth in the annual budget.  For purposes of this exemption, a remnant parcel is a vacant, undeveloped parcel that is less than 5,000 square feet in size with a fair market value below $7,500.

 

9.                      Correspondence dated April 25, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting the following:

 

a.                     A proposed bill entitled “a bill for an ordinance AMENDING TITLE 3, MAUI COUNTY CODE, TO ESTABLISH A FIREWORKS AUDITOR FUND.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to establish a fund to receive certain fireworks license or permit fees authorized by Section 132D-7, Hawaii Revised Statutes, for the salary of an auditor of fireworks and other purposes provided by Section 132D-11, Hawaii Revised Statutes.

 

b. A proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 3.48.450, MAUI COUNTY CODE, RELATING TO THE REAL PROPERTY TAX HOME EXEMPTION AMOUNT.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to change the amount of the real property tax home exemption to $175,000, for tax years beginning July 1, 2017.

 

10. Correspondence dated April 25, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting a proposed bill entitled “A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 13.16, MAUI COUNTY CODE, RELATING TO THE WAIEHU MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE.”  The purpose of the proposed bill is to establish definitions for “Maui County resident card,” “nine-hole rate,” and “twilight rate,” amend the definitions of “daily rate” and “student,” and establish a replacement card fee for the Waiehu Municipal Golf Course.

 

11.                     Correspondence dated April 26, 2016, from the Department of the Corporation Counsel, transmitting a revised proposed resolution entitled “ADOPTING THE FUEL TAX RATES FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI, EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2016.”  The purpose of the revised proposed resolution is to adopt the fuel tax rates, effective July 1, 2016, for the following:  (1) Gasoline & Diesel Oil, $0.230 per gallon; (2) Biodiesel, $0.115 per gallon; (3) Ethanol, $0.115 per gallon; (4) Methanol, $0.115 per gallon; and (5) Liquefied Petroleum Gas, $0.115 per gallon.

 

 

Status

The Committee may consider whether to recommend adoption of the revised proposed resolution and passage of the proposed bills on first reading, with or without further revisions.  The Committee may also consider the development of other legislation related to the proposed budget for FY 2017.  The Committee may consider the filing of County Communications 16-29 and 16-60, and other correspondence.  The Committee may also consider other related action.

 

 

Note

With reference to this agenda item, one or more executive meetings pursuant to Section 92-5(a), Hawaii Revised Statutes, may be held:

(1)                     to consider and evaluate personal information relating to individuals applying for professional or vocational licenses cited in Section 26-9 or both;

(2)                     to consider the hire, evaluation, dismissal, or discipline of an officer or employee or of charges brought against the officer or employee, where consideration of matters affecting privacy will be involved; provided that if the individual concerned requests an open meeting, an open meeting shall be held;

(3)                     to deliberate concerning the authority of persons designated by the County, the Council, or the Committee to conduct labor negotiations or to negotiate the acquisition of public property, or during the conduct of such negotiations;

(4)                     to consult with legal counsel on questions and issues pertaining to the powers, duties, privileges, immunities, and liabilities of the County, the Council, and the Committee;

(5)                     to investigate proceedings regarding criminal misconduct;

(6)                     to consider sensitive matters related to public safety or security;

(7)                     to consider matters relating to the solicitation and acceptance of private donations; and

(8)                     to deliberate or make a decision upon a matter that requires the consideration of information that must be kept confidential pursuant to a State or Federal law, or a court order.