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Each year, the Finance Department assists the Town Supervisor in preparing a Preliminary Budget for the next year. From April to September, the Town Comptroller works with the Town Supervisor and town staff to prepare the Tentative Budget. In mid-September, the Tentative Budget is presented to the Town Board and the community. After it is presented to the Town Board, the Tentative Budget becomes the Preliminary Budget. It is then made available for public review and comment at a public hearing held in early October. After the public hearing, the Town Board reviews all comments and develops the Final Budget. The Town Board then adopts the Final Budget in late October at a legislative session. After that, the Adopted Budget for the Town of Penfield is submitted to the County of Monroe.
PENFIELD 2018 BUDGET TIMELINE
- June to September 2017 - Town Supervisor, Town Comptroller and staff conduct budget work sessions; prepare 2018 Tentative Budget
- September 6, 2017 - Town Supervisor, Town Comptroller present a summary of the 2018 Tentative Budget to the Town Board and community; document made public for review (during this period, Tentative Budget becomes the Preliminary Budget)
- September 6-October 12, 2017 - Public comment period
- October 4, 2017 - Public hearing on 2018 Preliminary Budget; public comments received
- October 5-17, 2017 - Town Board reviews comments, develops a Final Budget
- October 18, 2017 - Town Board legislative meeting, adoption of a Final 2018 Budget
- October 20, 2017 - Town submits the Penfield Adopted 2018 Budget to County of Monroe, Adopted Budget made public
The annual budget process in Penfield includes a multi-year outlook by taking into account the projections and changes that are anticipated for coming years. The multi-year budget helps the Supervisor and the Town Board prepare for future adjustments in New York State mandates, healthcare costs and other mandatory expenses. This budgeting approach also evaluates major capital improvement projects so the implementation of such projects is included in future operating budgets.
Penfield 2018 Budget Adopted
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and the Penfield Town Board adopted the Town’s Final 2018 Budget at the October 18 legislative meeting.The Final 2018 Budget, including special districts, is $19.1 M. The Town Operating Budget, without special districts, is $16.2 M.
2018 Preliminary Budget - Adopted 2017
2017 Monroe County Tax Rates
County Wide 2017 Tax Rates
2016-10-21 WW-Fire-Dst-budget 2017
West Webster Fire District 2017 Budget
2017 Budget Adopted
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and the Penfield Town Board adopted the town’s Final 2017 Budget at the October 19 legislative meeting.
2017 Preliminary Budget Presentation
Town 2017 Tentative Budget Presented
Penfield Supervisor Tony LaFountain and Town Comptroller Barbara Chirdo presented the proposed 2017 Tentative Town Budget to the Penfield Town Board and community on Wednesday, September 7.
2017 - 1 Tentative Budget Presentation
2016 Town Budget Adopted
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and the Penfield Town Board adopted the town’s 2016 Final Budget at the October 21 legislative meeting.
2016 Adopted Budget - Town of Penfield
2016 Preliminary Budget Power Point Presentation
2016 Tentative Budget Presentation
2015 Budget Adopted
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and the Penfield Town Board adopted the town’s 2015 Final Budget at the October 15 legislative meeting.
2015 Adopted Budget - Town of Penfield
Expenditure Statement - September 30, 2014
Revenue Statement - September 30, 2014
2015 Preliminary Appropriation and Revenue Budget
2015 Preliminary Budget Presentation
2014-09-18 Town Legal Notice of 2015 Preliminary Budget
2015 Tentative Budget Presentation
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and Finance Director Robert Beedon presented the 2015 Tentative Budget proposal to the Penfield Town Board and community on Wednesday, September 3.
2015 Appropriation and Revenue Budget
2013-10-18 NE Joint Fire District Budget
2013-10-18 West Webster Fire District Budget
2013-10-18 Penfield Fire District Budget
2014 Adopted Budget-October 16, 2013 with attachments
OCTOBER 16, 2013
2014 Preliminary Budget Presentation
Presented on Wednesday October 2, 2013
2014 Preliminary Budget Legal Notice
2014 Tentative Budget Presentation
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and Finance Director Robert Beedon presented the 2014 Tentative Budget proposal to the Penfield Town Board and community Wednesday, September 11.
2014 Tentative Budget Letter from the Supervisor
2014 Tentative Budget with Index
2013 Preliminary Budget w/Summary
2013 Tentative Budget Presentation
2012 Town Final Adopted Budget
2012 Town Preliminary Budget
2012 Budget Presentation 2011-09-07
2012 Tentative Budget Detailed
This document shows the town's tentative budget broken down by individual line.
2011 Preliminary Budget Legal Notice and Elected Officials Salaries
2011 proposed salaries of each member of the Town Board, the Supervisor, Town Clerk and Justices are included in this document.
2011 Adopted Budget
The Penfield Town Board adopted the towns 2011 town budget on October 20, 2010.
2011 Preliminary Budget
The Supervisor's Tentative Budget becomes the Preliminary Budget after it is presented to the Town Board for review. On October 6, 2010 at 7:30 PM there will be Public Hearing on the 2011 Preliminary Budget; this is an opportunity for public comment
2011 Tentative Budget Presentation
Penfield Town Supervisor Tony LaFountain and Finance Director Robert Beedon presented the 2011 Tentative Budget proposal to the Town Board and community Wednesday, September 15.
2011 Supervisors Tentative Budget
The 2011 Supervisor’s Tentative Budget, summarized in the attached, proposes
no tax increase for 2011. The property tax rate will remain at $2.64. A major impact on
2011 expenses is the full funding of the retirement cost at 15% of salary, a 13% increase
in the medical insurance cost, and using $80,000 to fund the general reserve fund for
future upkeep and maintenance of our town buildings. All departments have cooperated
in controlling expenses, and with growth in the property tax assessment of 1 %, the
Tentative Budget will adequately fund operations.
2010 Adopted Budget
Adopted by the Penfield Town Board on Oct-21-2009
2009-10-07 Public Hearing for 2010 Proposed Budget
A public hearing on the proposed Town of Penfield 2010 Preliminary Budget and the 2010 Special District Budgets be held on Wednesday, October 7TH 2009 at 7:30 PM at the Penfield Town Hall, and that all persons wishing to be heard be given an opportunity at that time.
2010 Preliminary Budget
The Supervisor's Tentative Budget becomes the Preliminary Budget after it is presented to the Town Board for review. On October 7, 2009 at 7:30 PM there will be Public Hearing on the 2010 Preliminary Budget; this is an opportunity for public comment
2010 Supervisors Tentative Budget Proposal
The 2010 Supervisor’s Tentative Budget, summarized in the attached, proposes a property tax decrease of 10% for 2010. The property tax rate will be $2.64 or a decrease of $.30 cents per thousand or a decrease $45 per home from $441 to $396 for 2010. A major impact on 2010 budget has been the decrease of approximately 14% in contractual expenses but the Town must fund retirement cost at 11% of salary, a 10% increase in the medical insurance cost, and a 1.84% in the Consumer Price Index. All departments have cooperated in controlling expenses with a decrease of 3.37% or $523,557. This Tentative Budget will adequately fund operations based on a 10% decrease in the property tax rate for 2010.
Penfield 2010 Tentative Budget Presentation September 16
PENFIELD, N.Y., SEPTEMBER 15, 2008 – Penfield Town Supervisor George Wiedemer
and Finance Director Robert Beedon will present the 2010 Tentative Budget proposal to the
Town Board and community Wednesday, September 16, 2009 at 7:30 pm in the Town Hall
auditorium, 3100 Atlantic Avenue
2009 Adopted Budget
Town of Penfield Budget Adopted on October 15th, 2008
F.A.Q: 2016 Budget
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Is there a year-to-year comparison of staffing levels/employee headcount?
A: For year-to-year comparison, a pay period in July of each year was chosen to reflect total staffing. In 2013, the Town employed 123 benefited employees. Of the total, 106 were FT and 17 were PT. The number of benefited PT employees increased by one in 2014, which brought the total to 124. In 2015, the total benefited employees was reduced by seven PT positions, bringing the total at that point to 117.
Staffing levels ebb and flow throughout the year due to the need for seasonal staff and occasional part-time staff. July is the peak time for use of occasional employees. Over the three-year period, the number of non-benefited employees the Town employed was 126, 140 and 136, respectively.
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