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Women, Equity and the Municipal Budget

February 25, 2012

Agenda

Glossary of Terms of Revenues and Expenditures Notes: What they are and how you can use them

Overview

Analyst

Glossary of terms
Capital Budget This budget provides funds for the City to build things. The City has a 10-year capital plan including the capital budget for the current year. The City will borrow to pay for some capital projects that last longer then 10 years. Rate-Supported Budgets (Solid Waste and Water) Operating Budget Solid Waste (Garbage) Fees pay for solid waste services and Water Fees pay for water services.

This budget provides funds for the City to fill the things it has built with staff, activities, services. Operating budgets are done one year at a time, unlike the Capital budget. The City must approve a balanced Operating budget every year.

Revenue User Fees

Income received by Toronto including taxes, user fees, transfers from other governments, fines and interest income. Fees charged by the City for the use of its services (such as the TTC fare, ice rental fees and fees for various city permits).

Capital Budget
Revenues and Expenditures

2012 2021 Tax Supported Capital Budget & Plan Financing - $14.836 Billion

Where the Money Goes - 2012 to 2021 Tax Supported Capital Budget and Plan $14.836B

Operating Budget
Revenues and Expenditures

Where the Money Comes From ($ Billion) Program Revenues of $9.355 Billion

Where the Money Goes: - Program Expenditures of $9.355Billion


($ Million)

19.5% 13.4% 30.5%

4.9%

15.1% 16.6%

Debt, Deficit and Surplus


Whats really going on?

Debt Charges as % of Tax Levy - Compare 2011 to 2012 Curve


0.18

Without Monetization

0.16

Debt Limit as a % of Property Tax Levy

0.14

0.12

0.1

0.08
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Analyst Notes
Where you can find them and why they are important

A closer look at some key areas of the budget that matter to women TTC, Child Care, Housing, Recreation, CPIP

TTC

10 cent fare increase

Conventional

Service returns to 2004-2005 service levels - off-peak; and 2008 peak service standards on bus/streetcar routes ($14M)

Wheel

Trans. remove exemption from eligibility criteria for ambulatory dialysis patients ($5M)

Child Care
Redirect

Subsidy from School Boards to subsidized Parents ($1.677M)


Increases fees to full-fee parents

Realign

Child Care Service Delivery at Hostels ($0.82M)


Convert licensed childcare to childminding at 3 shelters (Family Residence, Robertson House, Birkdale)

Close

3 Municipal Centres

Bellevue, Greenholme and St. Marks

Budget

Information pertaining to Child Care can

Housing
Re-negotiated

Residual Subsidy Paid to TCHC

($6M)

Non-core,

Non-Provincially Mandated Shelter Closures over 2 years ($1.972M)


Birchmount Shelter, Downsview Dells Shelter, and Bellwoods Shelter

Budget

information pertaining to Housing can be found in the Shelter, Support & Housing Administration Division Analyst Notes

Recreation
Off-Peak

Hour Reductions at Selected Arenas ($0.26M)

Eliminate

Recreational Programming at Selected Shared Use TDSB Schools ($2.111M)

Eliminate

Programming at selected TDSB Pools ($0.979M)

Closing

5 of 105 Wading Pools and 2 of 59 Outdoor Pools with Low Usage and high capital cost requirements ($0.157M)

Community Partnership and Information Program


CPIP

is where you will find funding for HIV/AIDS programs, Drug Prevention programs, Arts and Culture, and Community Service Organizations

Reduce

funding ($4.6M)

Because these are all grant envelopes, we wouldnt know which programs/organizations would be effected ahead of time.

Councillor Carrolls Contact Information


Toronto City Hall 100 Queen Street W 2nd Floor, Suite A4 Toronto ON M5H 2N2 Phone: 416-392-4038