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Legislation #: 980321 Introduction Date: 3/26/1998
Type: Ordinance Effective Date: 4/26/1998
Sponsor: None
Title: Adopting the Annual Budget of the City for the Fiscal Year 1998 estimating the revenues for said fiscal year; appropriating for the purposes stated the sums set forth in said Budget; designating requisitioning authorities; authorizing reappropriation of certain accounts as of April 30, 1998; directing the Director of Finance and the Commissioner of Accounts to make necessary entries upon the records to show the appropriations and allocations herein provided for; authorizing inter-fund loans; and recognizing this to be an emergency measure.

Legislation History
DateMinutesDescription
3/26/1998

Prepare to Introduce

3/26/1998

Referred Finance & Administration Committee

4/1/1998

Hold On Agenda

4/8/1998

Do Pass

4/9/1998

Assigned to Third Read Calendar

4/16/1998

Amended

4/16/1998

Amended

4/16/1998

Passed As Further Amended


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ORDINANCE NO. 980321

 

Adopting the Annual Budget of the City for the Fiscal Year 1998‑99; estimating the revenues for said fiscal year; appropriating for the purposes stated the sums set forth in said Budget; designating requisitioning authorities; authorizing reappropriation of certain accounts as of April 30, 1998; directing the Director of Finance and the Commissioner of Accounts to make necessary entries upon the records to show the appropriations and allocations herein provided for; authorizing inter-fund loans; and recognizing this to be an emergency measure.

 

WHEREAS, Section 89 of the City Charter, as amended, requires the City Council to adopt an annual budget and, as adopted, such budget shall constitute an appropriation for the purposes stated of the sums therein set forth as appropriation and authorization of the amount to be raised by taxation for the purposes of the City, plus any unencumbered balance from previous years; and

 

WHEREAS, the City Council has fully complied with all of the requirements of said Section 89, as amended, with respect to reviewing this budget and the holding of public hearings thereon, NOW, THEREFORE,

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section 1. That the budget which the Committee of the Whole has heretofore reported to the Council for approval, now on file in the office of the City Clerk and identified by the Clerk as Document No. 980271 is hereby, in its detailed form, adopted as the annual budget of the City of Kansas City for the Fiscal Year 1998‑99.

 

Section 2. The detailed estimated revenues of the City for the ensuing Fiscal Year 1998‑99 are as set forth in said budget in Schedules VIII, XI, XII, and XIII.

 

Section 3. By adoption of said annual budget, there are hereby appropriated for the purposes stated herein the sums set forth in Schedule XV, "General Budget Summary". The sums hereby appropriated are set out in detail in Sections II, III, IV, and V, inclusive, by activity accounts, and the total sum appropriated for each such account is divided in the following classifications, as applicable, thereof, to‑wit: (a) Personal Services, (b) Contractual Services, (c) Commodities, (e) Capital Outlay, (f) Pass Through Payments, (t) Capital Improvements and (g) Debt Service.

 

Section 4. Requisitions for encumbrances against and the payment of money out of the various appropriations described in this ordinance shall be made by those officers and employees of the City and by those persons or boards whose titles are set out opposite the designation of the departments, offices and purposes to or for which appropriations have been made, respectively, as follows:

 


SCHEDULE FOR APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE 1998-99

FROM GENERAL FUND

DEPARTMENT OR NON REQUISITIONING AMOUNT OF

DEPARTMENTAL PURPOSE AUTHORITY APPROPRIATION

 

Mayor and City Council Mayor $ 2,297,085.00

 

Council in District 1 City Councilperson

In District 1 7,000.00

 

Council in District 2 City Councilperson

In District 2 7,000.00

 

Council in District 3 City Councilperson

In District 3 7,000.00

 

Council in District 4 City Councilperson

In District 4 7,000.00

 

Council in District 5 City Councilperson

In District 5 7,000.00

 

Council in District 6 City Councilperson

In District 6 7,000.00

 

Council At Large District 1 City Councilperson

At Large District 1 7,000.00

 

Council At Large District 2 City Councilperson

At Large District 2 7,000.00

 

Council At Large District 3 City Councilperson

At Large District 3 7,000.00

 

Council At Large District 4 City Councilperson

At Large District 4 7,000.00

 

Council At Large District 5 City Councilperson

At Large District 5 7,000.00

 


Council At Large District 6 City Councilperson

At Large District 6 $ 7,000.00

 

City Clerk City Clerk 490,309.00

 

City Auditor City Auditor 1,163,208.00

 

Elections, Jackson Kansas City Board of

County Election Commissioners 1,762,200.00

 

Elections, Clay Board of Election

County Commissioners, Clay County 364,246.00

 

Elections, Platte County County Clerk, Platte County 228,853.00

 

Elections, Cass County County Clerk, Cass County 2,500.00

 

City Manager City Manager 3,754,395.00

 

Finance Department Director of Finance 12,018,069.00

 

Transfer to East Park Fund Director of Finance 5,533,522.00

 

Transfer to West Park Fund Director of Finance 1,024,623.00

 

Transfer to Infrastructure

and Maintenance Fund Director of Finance 1,152,000.00

 

Transfer to Community Centers Fund Director of Finance 996,022.00

 

Transfer to Convention

and Tourism Fund Director of Finance 2,240,109.00

 

Transfer to Zoo Fund Director of Finance 3,449,067.00

 

Transfer to Special Allocation Fund Director of Finance 4,423,808.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

Americana Hotel Fund Director of Finance 58,706.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

12th and Wyandotte Fund Director of Finance $ 250,388.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

Midtown Fund Director of Finance 25,763.00

 

Transfer to Streetlight Debt Fund Director of Finance 1,680,000.00

Law Department City Attorney 2,403,643.00

 

Director of

Human Resources Department Human Resources 2,191,850.00

 

Contingent Appropriation By Ordinance 3,394,613.00

 

Economic Incentives, Harley Director of Finance 91,753.00

 

Technology and Director of Technology and

Information Services Department Information Services 8,679,128.00

Board of Police

Police Department Commissioners 98,073,273.00

 

Fire Department Director of Fire 52,012,869.00

 

Director of

Codes Administration Department Codes Administration 5,166,732.00

 

Municipal Court and Traffic Clerk of the

Violation Bureau Municipal Court 4,835,317.00

 

Health Department Director of Health 11,785,641.00

 

Children's Mercy Hospital Director of Health 1,148,024.00

 

Truman Medical Center Director of Health 10,156,083.00

 

Health Centers Director of Health 474,191.00

 

Metropolitan Ambulance Trust Service Director of Health 1,015,649.00

 

MAST - KCI Ambulance Service Director of Health 131,362.00

 

Human Relations Department Director of Human Relations $ 1,277,218.00

 

Housing and Community Director of Housing and

Development Department Community Development 2,827,042.00

 

Neighborhood and Community Director of Neighborhood

Services Department and Community Services 19,465,560.00

 

Convention and Entertainment Director of Convention and

Centers Department Entertainment Centers 6,282,859.00

 

Director of City

City Development Department Development 9,326,249.00

 

Parks and Recreation Board of Parks and

Department Recreation Commissioners 8,169,621.00

 

Director of

Environmental Management Environmental Management 13,794,232.00

 

Public Works Department Director of Public Works 34,980,447.00

 

TOTAL GENERAL FUND $340,682,229.00

 

 

FROM OTHER FUNDS

 

Museum Fund Director of Finance $ 1,010,968.00

 

East Park Fund, Board of Parks and

Operating Expenses Recreation Commissioners 9,706,697.00

 

East Park Fund, Independent

Audit, County Collection

Fees and Charges Director of Finance 56,199.00

 

West Park Fund, Board of Parks and

Operating Expenses Recreation Commissioners 3,826,618.00

 

West Park Fund, County

Collection Fees and Charges Director of Finance $ 44,888.00

 

Board of Parks and

Park Special Services Fund Recreation Commissioners 3,741,052.00

 

 

FROM MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND

 

Motor Fuel Tax Fund Director of Public Works $15,124,112.00

 

Transfer to General Fund Director of Finance 1,841,400.00

 

Transfer to Streetlight Debt Fund Director of Finance 1,376,488.00

 

TOTAL MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND $18,342,000.00

 

 

Trafficway Maintenance Fund Director of Public Works $ 1,900,000.00

 

Trafficway Maintenance Fund,

Independent Audit, County

Collection Fees and Charges Director of Finance 11,557.00

 

 

FROM PUBLIC MASS TRANSPORTATION FUND

 

Public Transportation Director of Public Works $27,127,811.00

 

Public Works,

Transportation Planning Director of Public Works 1,051,503.00

 

Independent Audit Director of Finance 17,054.00

 

Transfer to Special Allocation Fund Director of Finance 715,015.00

 

Transfer to Streetlight Debt Fund Director of Finance 2,000,000.00

 

TOTAL PUBLIC MASS TRANSPORTATION FUND $30,911,383.00

 

FROM INFRASTRUCTURE AND MAINTENANCE FUND

 

Fire Department Director of Fire $ 1,517,000.00

 

Housing and Community Director of Housing and

Development Department Community Development 1,100,000.00

 

Neighborhood and Community Director of Neighborhood

Services Department and Community Services 200,000.00

 

Director of City

City Development Department Development 455,000.00

 

Board of Parks and

Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Commissioners 1,380,000.00

 

Public Works Department Director of Public Works 8,765,000.00

 

TOTAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND MAINTENANCE FUND $13,417,000.00

 

 

Hazardous Materials, Fire Operations Director of Fire $ 1,660,940.00

 

 

FROM HEALTH LEVY FUND

 

Children's Mercy Hospital Director of Health $ 2,605,611.00

 

Health Centers Director of Health 1,231,350.00

 

Metropolitan Ambulance Service Trust Director of Health 1,139,898.00

 

Truman Medical Center Director of Health 17,191,550.00

 

Health Facility Debt Service Director of Health 436,280.00

 

County Collection Fee Director of Finance 222,233.00

 

Contribution to County

Assessment Program Director of Finance $ 108,953.00

 

TOTAL HEALTH LEVY FUND $22,935,875.00

 

 

FROM POLICE DRUG ENFORCEMENT FUND

 

Jackson County Drug Board of

Tax Unit Police Commissioners $ 1,874,596.00

 

Board of

DARE Program Police Commissioners 282,794.00

 

Police Interdisciplinary Board of 55,000.00

Task Force Police Commissioners

 

Fire Interdisciplinary Task Force Director of Fire 10,000.00

 

Neighborhood and Community Director of Neighborhood

Services, Interdisciplinary Task Force and Community Services 37,500.00

 

TOTAL POLICE DRUG ENFORCEMENT FUND $ 2,259,890.00

 

 

Director of Neighborhood

Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund and Community Services $ 1,160,000.00

 

 

FROM CONVENTION AND TOURISM FUND

 

Convention and Entertainment Director of Convention and

Centers Department Entertainment Centers $11,952,009.00

 

Contribution to Convention

and Visitors Bureau Mayor 4,640,000.00

 

Jackson County Sports Authority City Manager 2,000,000.00

 

Transfer to Special Allocation Fund Director of Finance 255,499.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

Americana Hotel Director of Finance $ 205,750.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

12th and Wyandotte Fund Director of Finance 792,570.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF - Midtown Fund Director of Finance 13,109.00

 

Transfer to Neighborhood

Tourist Development Fund Director of Finance 1,160,000.00

 

Transfer to Convention

and Sports Complex Fund Director of Finance 11,600,000.00

 

TOTAL CONVENTION AND TOURISM FUND $32,618,937.00

 

 

Board of Parks and

Community Centers Fund, Operations Recreation Commissioners $ 2,009,277.00

 

Community Centers Fund, Debt Service Director of Finance 1,477,747.00

 

Board of Parks and

Zoo Fund Recreation Commissioners 8,701,207.00

 

Board of Police

Police Grants Fund Commissioners 8,079,005.00

 

Domestic Violence Director of Neighborhood and

Shelter Operations Fund Community Services 105,000.00

 

FROM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND

 

Director of City

City Development Development $ 3,524,754.00

 

Public Works Department Director of Public Works 31,623,591.00

 

Board of Parks and

Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Commissioners 5,828,539.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

Americana Hotel Fund Director of Finance $ 48,963.00

 

Transfer to Infrastructure and

Maintenance Fund Director of Finance 174,000.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

12th and Wyandotte Fund Director of Finance 122,272.00

Transfer to Special Allocation Fund Director of Finance 772,989.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF - Midtown Fund Director of Finance 82,629.00

 

Independent Audit Director of Finance 20,074.00

 

TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND $42,197,811.00

 

 

General Debt and Interest Fund Director of Finance $ 9,113,321.00

 

Streetlight Debt Fund Director of Finance 5,056,448.00

 

 

FROM SALES TAX DEBT FUND

 

Sales Tax Debt Fund Director of Finance $24,240,819.00

 

Transfer to Infrastructure

and Maintenance Fund Director of Finance 174,000.00

 

Transfer to Capital Improvements Fund Director of Finance 7,228,027.00

 

Transfer to Special Allocation fund Director of Finance 772,989.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

Americana Hotel Fund Director of Finance 48,963.00

 

Transfer to Super TIF -

12th and Wyandotte Fund Director of Finance 122,272.00

 

 


Transfer to Super TIF - Midtown Fund Director of Finance $ 82,629.00

 

TOTAL SALES TAX DEBT FUND $32,669,699.00

 

 

Special Allocation Fund Director of Finance $12,140,741.00

 

Super TIF - Americana Hotel Fund Director of Finance 1,127,644.00

 

Super TIF - 12th and Wyandotte Fund Director of Finance 2,052,695.00

 

Super TIF - Midtown Fund Director of Finance 1,070,575.00

 

 

FROM CONVENTION AND SPORTS COMPLEX FUND

 

Bartle Hall Expansion Debt Service Director of Finance $12,686,569.00

 

Transfer to Convention

and Tourism Fund Director of Finance 2,000,000.00

 

TOTAL CONVENTION AND SPORTS COMPLEX FUND $14,686,569.00

 

 

Director of Neighborhood

Special Housing Rehabilitation Fund and Community Services $ 260,000.00

 

 

FROM ENTERPRISE AND ASSESSMENT FUNDS

 

Director of

Water Fund Water Services $71,857,844.00

 

Director of

Sewer Fund Water Services 43,260,642.00

 

Kansas City Airports Fund Director of Aviation 99,206,127.00

 

TWA Special Facility Fund - 1971 Director of Finance 2,717,500.00

 

Host International Special Facility Fund Director of Finance 514,947.00

Convention Center Garages Fund, Director of Convention and

Operating Expense Entertainment Centers $ 582,499.00

 

Convention Center Garages Fund,

Facility Lease Director of Finance 683,615.00

 

Revolving Public Improvement Fund,

Sidewalk and Curb Construction Director of Public Works 1,000,000.00

 

Sewer Special Assessment Fund Director of Finance 1,777,551.00

 

Dodson Sewer District

No. 6076 Note Fund Director of Finance 83,250.00

 

 

FROM INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS

 

Equipment Lease Working Capital Fund Director of Finance $22,855,291.00

 

Insurance Revolving Fund Director of Finance $16,070,000.00

 

 

CUMULATIVE CLAIM RESERVE FUND

 

Liability and Worker's

Compensation Claims City Attorney $ 5,159,395.00

 

Occupational Medicine Management Director of Health 261,042.00

 

TOTAL CUMULATIVE CLAIMS RESERVE FUND $ 5,420,437.00

 

FINANCE WORKING CAPITAL FUND

 

Finance Department Director of Fire $ 4,400,521.00

 

Technology and Office of Technology and

Information Services Department Information Services 1,963,968.00

 

Fire Storeroom Director of Fire 500,000.00

 

Health Storeroom Director of Health $ 150,750.00

 

Convention and Entertainment Director of Convention

Centers Storeroom and Entertainment Centers 400,000.00

 

ATA Bus Pass Reimbursement Director of Public Works 43,000.00

 

Public Works Storeroom Director of Public Works $ 446,500.00

 

TOTAL FINANCE WORKING CAPITAL FUND $ 7,904,739.00

 

 

Parks and Recreation Board of Parks and

Working Capital Fund Recreation Commissioners $ 3,900,000.00

 

Public Works Working Capital Fund Director of Public Works $31,064,865.00

 

Police Worker's Compensation

Insurance Fund City Attorney $ 1,060,000.00

 

Water Working Capital Fund Director of Water Services $ 1,000,000.00

 

Sewer Working Capital Director of Water Services $ 116,200.00

 

 

Section 5. That the remaining uncollected balances in the following revenue accounts in the Capital Improvements Fund, No. 309 are hereby estimated in the same accounts in the 1998‑99 Fiscal Year:

 

309-70-7491, 309-70-7847, 309-89-7875, 309-89-7888, 309-89-7895, 309-89-7901, 309-89-7902, 309-89-7903, 309-89-7908, 309-89-7909, 309-89-7943, 309-89-8144 and 309-89-8145.

 

Section 6. That the unexpended and unencumbered balances of appropriations in the Capital Improvements Fund, No. 309, are, with the exception of the balances in the following accounts of the Capital Improvements Fund, No. 309, hereby appropriated to the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year:

 

309-064-7005, 309-064-7308, 309-070-7309, 309-070-7503, 309-070-7508, 309-070-7715, 309-070-7727, 309-089-7615.

 


Section 7. That the unexpended and unencumbered balances of appropriations in the Infrastructure and Maintenance Fund, No. 209, are hereby appropriated to the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year.

 

Section 8. That the unexpended and unencumbered balances of appropriations in the Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund, No. 235, are hereby appropriated to the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year.

 

Section 9. That the remaining uncollected balances in the revenue accounts of the Local Law Enforcement Grant Fund, No. 241, and the Governmental Grants Fund, No. 248, are hereby estimated in the same accounts in the 1998-1999 Fiscal Year and the unexpended and unencumbered balances of appropriations in the Local Law Enforcement Grant Fund, No. 241, and the Governmental Grant Fund, No. 248 are hereby appropriated to the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year.

 

Section 10. That the unexpended and unencumbered balances of appropriations in the Neighborhood Public Improvement Fund, No. 311, are hereby appropriated to the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year.

 

Section 11. That the remaining uncollected balances in the revenue accounts of the TIF Special Allocation Fund, No. 515: Super TIF Americana Hotel Fund, No. 516; Super TIF 12th and Wyandotte Fund, No. 517; and the Super TIF Midtown Fund, No. 518 are, with the exception of the uncollected balances in the following revenue accounts, hereby estimated in the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year:

 

516-12-9205, 516-12-9207, 516-12-9209, 516-12-9284, 517-12-9205, 517-12-9207, 517-12-9209, 517-12-9284, 518-12-9205.

 

Section 12. That the unexpended and unencumbered balances of appropriations in the following economic incentive funds are hereby appropriated to the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year: TIF Special Allocation Fund, No. 515; Super TIF Americana Hotel Fund, No. 516; Super TIF 12th and Wyandotte Fund, No. 517; and Super TIF Midtown Fund, No. 518.

 

Section 13. That the unexpended and unencumbered balances of the following appropriations for capital improvements, economic incentives, local use tax projects, youth at risk program, Commission on Disabilities, Heritage Celebration, budgeting system, GIS projects, Adapt 2000, Harley Davidson project, TIF Commission affirmative action monitoring, computer lease payments, university hospital operations, arabia settlement, fire locker room upgrades, financial management system, evening youth centers, building demolition, neighborhood improvement projects, special housing rehabilitation, relocation, area plans and annexation, downtown street network plan, Mayors high five project, comprehensive planning, river front plan, town of Kansas management plan, northland plan, Wheeler Amphitheater, city market operations, city mapping-GIS, health services building, arbitrage payment, river front park cleanup, silt and erosion project, public works equipment, National League of Cities conference, Bartle Hall lobby improvements, and grant activities are hereby appropriated to the same accounts in the 1998-99 Fiscal Year:

 

100-01-1002, 100-07-1300, 100-07-1310, 100-10-1100, 100-12-1850, 100-12-9091, 100-12-9092, 100-12-9093, 100-12-9094, 100-12-9095, 100-12-9096, 100-12-9410, 100-12-9411, 100-12-9412, 100-12-9413, 100-12-9414, 100-12-9415, 100-12-9418, 100-12-9419, 100-12-9425, 100-12-9426, 100-12-9427, 100-12-9428, 100-12-9429, 100-12-9430, 100-12-9433, 100-12-9434, 100-12-9440, 100-12-9441, 100-12-9442, 100-12-9443, 100-12-9444, 100-17-9792, 100-18-1855, 100-18-9110, 100-23-2002, 100-50-1410, 100-54-2108, 100-54-2111, 100-54-2112, 100-54-2127, 100-54-2128, 100-50-2231, 100-55-2005, 100-55-2343, 100-55-2344, 100-55-2345, 100-55-2350, 100-55-2355, 100-55-2360, 100-55-2361, 100-55-2370, 100-55-2460, 100-55-7329, 100-55-7701, 100-57-2031, 100-57-2089, 100-57-2092, 100-57-2214, 100-57-2340, 100-57-2532, 100-57-2533, 100-57-2535, 100-57-7300, 100-57-7329, 100-57-7500, 100-63-2015, 100-63-7204, 100-64-2013, 100-64-2020, 100-64-2045, 100-64-2079, 100-64-2085, 100-64-2310, 100-64-2320, 100-64-2340, 100-64-2341, 100-64-2345, 100-64-2350, 100-64-2396, 100-64-2501, 100-64-2502, 100-64-6508, 100-64-6509, 100-64-7007, 100-64-7017, 100-64-7020, 100-64-7040, 100-64-7204, 100-64-7312, 100-64-7355, 100-64-7381, 100-64-7530, 100-70-2550, 100-70-6112, 100-70-6442, 100-70-6613, 100-70-7110, 100-70-7111, 100-70-7113, 100-70-7213, 100-70-7253, 100-70-7561, 100-70-7710, 100-70-7721, 100-80-7557, 100-85-1430, 100-85-1505, 100-89-1300, 100-89-1901, 100-89-6118, 100-89-6407, 100-89-6516, 100-89-6610, 100-89-6706, 100-89-7020, 100-89-7224, 100-89-7273, 100-89-7292, 100-89-7330, 100-89-7332, 100-89-7416, 100-89-7512, 100-89-7617, 100-89-7700, 100-89-7702, 100-89-7706, 100-89-7721, 100-89-7722, 100-89-7725, 100-89-7726, 100-89-7727, 100-89-7729, 100-89-7730, 100-89-7731, 100-89-7744, 100-89-9790, 205-70-7700, 206-89-1901, 206-89-7186, 208-12-9097, 233-50-1410, 236-12-9098, 236-12-9416, 236-12-9420, 236-12-9431, 236-12-9435, 236-12-9446, 236-17-9990, 238-70-7500, 246-64-2500, 509-12-9097, 509-12-9417, 509-12-9432, 509-12-9447, 638-57-2535, 701-13-1522

 

Section 14. That the Director of Finance is hereby authorized to borrow not to exceed $55,000,000.00 to meet the cash requirements of the General Fund and other general municipal funds in anticipation of the receipts from the general revenues, for the Fiscal Year 1998‑99. Such borrowings may be in the form of temporary loans made from one current operating fund of the City, including the Revolving Public Improvement Fund and the operating funds of the enterprise funds, to another, provided sufficient money is available for this purpose. Such temporary loans may be made from time to time and at such times and in such amounts as the Director of Finance may deem necessary, but the aggregate amount of such outstanding loans, at no time shall exceed $55,000,000.00 and at no time shall individually exceed 75% of the estimated revenues of each general municipal fund for the Fiscal Year 1998‑99 then outstanding and uncollected.

 

Section 15. All such loans shall be repaid on or before the due date thereof out of the receipts from revenues of the 1998‑99 Fiscal Year, and shall become due not more than nine months from the date of incurring the same, and in no event beyond the end of the 1998‑99 fiscal year.

 

Section 16. Unless such temporary loan be repaid on or before the due date thereof, the Director of Finance shall not approve any claim for payment out of the fund to which the loan was made until such loan is fully repaid.

 

Section 17. That if and when appropriations are made during the Fiscal Year 1998‑99 to some office, department or purpose not herein designated and no requisitioning authority is specifically designated in such appropriation ordinance, the requisitioning authority for such appropriation shall be the City Manager.

 

Section 18. The Director of Finance and the Commissioner of Accounts are hereby directed to make the necessary entries upon their records to show the appropriations and allocations as set forth in this ordinance.

 

Section 19. The form of the budget hereby adopted, the estimated revenues therein contained and the appropriations made by this ordinance as set out in such budget are hereby approved.

 

Section 20. This ordinance, being a general appropriation ordinance, is recognized as an emergency measure within the provisions of Section 15, Article II, of the Charter of Kansas City, and shall take effect immediately upon passage.

 

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Approved as to form and legality:

 

 

 

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Assistant City Attorney