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those that have applied but not been funded; and, those that have to come to Council mid-cycle Requests are evaluated by a committee of staff volunteers Includes human service, neighborhood, planning, budget and recreation professionals This committee provides a recommendation for funding without regard to a specific financial constraint Generally, it is understood that there is not unlimited funds; however, at this point, there has been no specific limit set.eZZ:ZTZgZ}Ze:T5+}  Current System~The committee recommendations are sent to the City Manager and his budget committee for consideration while balancing the overall city budget At this point, the level of funding for various agencies may be increased and/or decreased For example, in years past, we have opted to hold increases to outside agencies to no more than CPI or more recently the resident income growth index&#Why Are We Looking At Alternatives?Limited dollars and increasing requests Unlimited numbers of potentially worthy programs in the community Importance of evaluating the return on the City s investment to do the most for the communityAAlternative #1: Citizens Committee Reviews & Forwards to Council B@$8Council would define the amount of money it is willing to commit to outside agency funding each year We propose setting this amount at the current level and growing it each year at no more than the resident income growth index A 7 member citizens committee would be appointed by Council to receive and review applications by outside agencies for these allocated funds The committee would determine how best to distribute the funds among the applying agencies Committee recommendations would be forwarded to Council for endorsement and ultimate inclusion in the BudgetBfP~PUPf~U AAlternative #1: Citizens Committee Reviews & Forwards to Council BB#PROS Value of citizen perspective Increases citizen committee Time-intensive, consistent process Pool funding set by formula Agencies evaluated by peers instead of employees , CONS Council feeling pressure to accept the citizen committee recommendations Lose professional expertise in decision-making process unless this is reflected in committee composition Dealing with biases Finding a totally objective citizen s committee, kAlternative #2: Council Gives Funds to a Citizens Commission Which Makes Distributions Directly to Agenciesll Council would define the amount of money it is willing to commit to outside agency funding each year We propose setting this amount at the current level and growing it each year at no more than the resident income growth index Council would appropriate the money to a new Council-appointed citizen foundation (similar to the Arts Foundation) for human services The citizens commission would use then make distributions directly to agencies<f~f~ kAlternative #2: Council Gives Funds to a Citizens Commission Which Makes Distributions Directly to Agenciesll PROS Value of citizen perspective Increases citizen engagement Time-intensive, consistent process Pool funding set by formula Agencies evaluated by peers instead of employees This process has worked for Arts Commission , CONS Council loses control of decisions other than the amount of funding Lose professional expertise in decision-making process unless this is reflected in committee composition Dealing with biases Finding a totally objective citizen s committee ,  7Alternative #3: Independent Agency Handles for Council 86$Council would define the amount of money it is willing to commit to outside agency funding each year We propose setting this amount at the current level and growing it each year at no more than the resident income growth index Council would appropriate the money to an independent agency such as United Way or Peninsula Community Foundation The independent agency would use their existing process for decision-making and distribution<f~f~ 7Alternative #3: Independent Agency Handles for Council 86$'PROS Rigid application review, distribution and certificatio  !"#$%&'(H*+,-./012346789:;<=>?@ABCDgGIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`ab5efhijklmnopqRoot EntrydO) dCurrent User8SummaryInformation()PowerPoint Document(DocumentSummaryInformation8`ngsRomanLL+Ԗ-a0Ԗ"DTimes New RomanLL+Ԗ-a0Ԗ DWingdingsRomanLL+Ԗ-a0Ԗ@0.  @n?" dd@  @@`` @s ()     0AA@8ʚ;ʚ;g4BdBd,ō-a0ppp@ <4dddd))0L|+ 0___PPT10 p___PPT9RJ2Funding Outside Agencies-Presentation to City Council October 24, 2007 Outside Agency Funding \Several categories of funding: Contractual commitments Memberships for municipal serving agencies Matching grant funds Other community serving organizations For today s conversation, we are talking primarily about those agencies that are included in the  other community serving organizations grouping@~l~Current SystemjSend out solicitations of funding requests to agencies that have asked to be included in the process Includes those that have been funded in past years; 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