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FY 2011-2012 -- Comprehensive Annual Financial ReportCOMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT for fiscal year ended September 30, 2012 City of College Station, Texas CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 PREPARED BY THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION FISCAL SERVICES DEPARMENT JEFF KERSTEN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BUSINESS SERVICES BUDGET & FINANCIAL REPORTING DIVISION CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 Table of Contents Page     INTRODUCTORY SECTION Letter of Transmittal ................................................................................................................................................................ 1 City Organization ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Principal City Officials ............................................................................................................................................................. 9 GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting ............................................................................. 10 FINANCIAL SECTION Independent Auditors’ Report ............................................................................................................................................... 11 Management’s Discussion and Analysis (Unaudited) ....................................................................................................... 13 Basic Financial Statements: Government - Wide Financial Statements: Statement of Net Assets ............................................................................................................................. 29 Statement of Activities ................................................................................................................................. 30 Fund Financial Statements: Balance Sheet – Governmental Funds ....................................................................................................... 31 Reconciliation of Governmental Funds Balance Sheet to the Statement of Net Assets ................................................................................................................... 32 Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance – Governmental Funds .................................................................................................... 33 Reconciliation of the Statement of the Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance of Governmental Funds to the Statement of Activities .................................................... 34 Statement of Net Assets – Proprietary Funds............................................................................................. 35 Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets – Proprietary Funds .............................................................................................................. 36 Statement of Cash Flows – Proprietary Funds ........................................................................................... 37 Notes to the Financial Statements ........................................................................................................................... 38 Required Supplementary Information: Schedule of Funding Progress – Texas Municipal Retirement System ................................................................... 72 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 Table of Contents-continued Page Schedule of Funding Progress – City of College Station Employees Other Post Employment Benefits Plan ..................................................................................................................... 73 Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance, Budget and Actual – General Fund(s) ...................................................................................................... 74 Supplementary Information: Combining and Individual Fund Statements and Schedules: Combining Balance Sheet – General Fund(s) ........................................................................................... 76 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes In Fund Balance – General Fund(s) ........................................................................................................... 77 Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual: General Fund(s): General Fund .................................................................................................................... 78 Economic Development Fund ........................................................................................... 79 Efficiency Time Payment Fund ......................................................................................... 80 Chimney Hill Fund ............................................................................................................. 81 Business Park Fund .......................................................................................................... 82 Combining Balance Sheet – Nonmajor Governmental Funds .................................................................... 84 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance – Nonmajor Governmental Funds .................................................................................... 86 Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance – Budget and Actual: Special Revenue Funds: Court Technology Fee Fund ............................................................................................. 88 Court Security Fee Fund ................................................................................................... 89 Juvenile Case Manager Fee Fund .................................................................................... 90 Police Seizure Fund .......................................................................................................... 91 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Fund ............................................... 92 Traffic Safety Fund ............................................................................................................ 93 Memorial Cemetery Fund ................................................................................................. 94 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 Table of Contents-continued Page Memorial Cemetery Endowment Fund ............................................................................. 95 Texas Ave Cemetery Endowment Fund ........................................................................... 96 Hotel Tax Fund .................................................................................................................. 97 Community Development Fund………………………………………………………………..98 Wolf Pen Creek (WPC) TIF Fund ..................................................................................... 99 Parks Escrow Fund ......................................................................................................... 100 Drainage Utility Fund ...................................................................................................... 101 Recreation Fund.............................................................................................................. 102 Capital Projects Funds: General Government Projects Fund ............................................................................... 103 Parks Projects Fund ........................................................................................................ 104 Debt Service Fund ....................................................................................................................... 105 Streets Projects Fund................................................................................................................... 106 Nonmajor Enterprise Funds: Combining Statement of Net Assets ......................................................................................................... 108 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets ............................................................................................................................................. 109 Combining Statement of Cash Flows ........................................................................................................ 110 Internal Service Funds: Combining Statement of Net Assets ......................................................................................................... 112 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets ............................................................................................................................................. 113 Combining Statement of Cash Flows ........................................................................................................ 114 STATISTICAL SECTION: Net Assets by Component ..................................................................................................................................... 116 Changes in Net Assets .......................................................................................................................................... 117 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 Table of Contents-continued Page Program Revenues by Function/Program .............................................................................................................. 119 Fund Balances, Governmental Funds ................................................................................................................... 120 Changes in Fund Balances, Governmental Funds ................................................................................................ 121 Tax Revenue by Source, Governmental Funds ...................................................................................................... 123 Assessed Value and Estimated Actual Value of Taxable Property ........................................................................ 124 Direct and Overlapping Property Tax Rates ........................................................................................................... 125 Principal Property Taxpayers ................................................................................................................................... 126 Property Tax Levies and Collections ...................................................................................................................... 127 Taxable Sales by Category ...................................................................................................................................... 128 Direct and Overlapping Sales Tax Rates ................................................................................................................. 129 Sales Tax Revenue Payers by Industry .................................................................................................................. 130 Ratios of Outstanding Debt by Type ........................................................................................................................ 131 Ratios of Net General Bonded Debt Outstanding ..................................................................................................... 132 Direct and Overlapping Governmental Activities Debt .............................................................................................. 133 Legal Debt Margin Information .................................................................................................................................. 134 Pledged-Revenue Coverage ..................................................................................................................................... 135 Demographic and Economic Statistics ..................................................................................................................... 136 Principal Area Employers .......................................................................................................................................... 137 Full-Time-Equivalent City Government Employees by Function/Program ............................................................... 138 Operating Indicators by Function/Program ................................................................................................................ 139 Capital Asset Statistics by Function/Program ............................................................................................................ 141 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home ofTexaJ A&M University" February 1, 2013 Honorable Mayor, Members of the City Council, and Citizens of the City of College Station College Station, Texas The Interim City Manager and the Fiscal Services Department are pleased to submit the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the City of College Station, Texas (the "City") for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012 . This report is published to provide to the City Council, City staff, our citizens, our bondholders and other interested parties detailed information concerning the financial condition and activities of the City government. Responsibility for both the accuracy of the presented data and the completeness and fairness of the presentation, including all disclosures, rests with the City. To the best of our knowledge and belief, the data is accurate in all material aspects , and is organized in a manner designed to fairly present the financial position and results of operations of the City as measured by the financial activity of its various funds . We also believe that all disclosures necessary to enable the reader to gain the maximum understanding of the City's financial affairs have been included . Ingram, Wallis & Company, P .C ., Certified Public Accountants, has issued an unqualified ("clean") opinion on the city's financial statements for the year ended September 30, 2012. The independent auditors' report is located at the front of the financial section of this report. Management's discussion and analysis (MD&A) immediately follows the independent auditors' report and provides a narrative introduction, overview, and analysis of the basic financial statements. The MD&A complements this letter of transmittal. CITY PROFILE Location The City of College Station, incorporated in 1938, is located in Brazos County in East Central Texas, approximately 140 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 90 miles northwest of Houston, approximately 165 miles south of Dallas and approximately 100 miles east of Austin, in an area referred to as the Brazos Valley. The City currently has a land area of 50.8 square miles and a current estimated population of 97,462 as of September 2012. The City has the power, by state statute, to extend its corporate limits by annexation, which it has done periodically. l~( . B0 X 9 %0 I 10 I T r~x ,\s AVE l'UF CO il EG E STATIt I N · r E XA ~ · 77 842 '>79 7M .3'i 07 www.cstx.gov 1 Structure The City of College Station is a home rule city operating under the Council-Manager form of government. The City Council is composed of a mayor and six council members, elected at large, who enact local laws, determine policies and adopt the annual budget. The City Manager is appointed by the City Council and is responsible for the daily management of the City. The Basic Financial Statements of the City include all government activities, organizations and functions for which the City is financially responsible as defined by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. Based on these criteria, no other governmental organizations are included in this report. For additional information on the reporting entity, refer to Note I-A in the basic financial statements. Services Provided The City provides its citizens those services that have proven to be necessary and meaningful and which the City can provide at the least cost. Major services provided under general government and enterprise functions are: police and fire protection, emergency ambulance service, electric services, water and wastewater services, sanitation services, parks and recreation facilities, library services, street improvements and general administrative services. Internal services of the City, accounted for on a cost reimbursement basis, are fleet services, equipment replacement, risk management, employee health and disability coverage. Accounting System and Budgetary Control The City's accounting records for general governmental operations are maintained on a modified accrual basis, with the revenues recorded when available and measurable, and expenditures recorded when the services or goods are received and the liabilities incurred. Accounting records for the City's utilities and other proprietary activities are maintained on a full accrual basis with revenues recorded when earned and expenses recorded as goods or services are provided to the user. In developing and maintaining the City's accounting system, consideration is given to the adequacy of the internal control structure. Internal accounting controls are designed to provide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance regarding: (1) the safeguarding of assets against loss from unauthorized use or disposition, and (2) the reliability of financial records for preparing financial statements and maintaining accountability for assets. The concept of reasonable assurance recognizes that (1) the cost of a control should not exceed the benefits likely to be derived, and (2) the evaluation of costs and benefits requires estimates and judgments by management. All internal accounting control evaluations occur within the above framework. We believe that the City's internal accounting controls adequately safeguard assets and provide reasonable assurance of proper recording of financial transactions. The City charter provides that the City Council shall adopt the annual budget prepared by City Management as revised by the City Council. This budget is reviewed and revised by the City Council and is formally adopted by the passage of a budget ordinance. The City Manager is authorized to transfer budgeted amounts between line items and departments within all funds other than the General Fund. The City Council must authorize transfers between General Fund departments and all increases in total spending in any fund. Budgetary control over spending is at the department level within the City's General Fund and at the individual fund appropriation in all other funds. The City's departments have direct access to review budgets as often as necessary. Monthly closing reports are prepared and reviewed by management showing revenues, expenditures, and balance sheets. Summarized financial reports and budget reports are provided to the City Council on a quarterly basis. 2 FACTORS AFFECTING FINANCIAL CONDITION Economic Conditions Economic conditions have been a bit more positive than they have been in several years. Sales tax revenues have seen stronger growth in the past year, and property values have increased as well. Growth has been seen in the northern part of the City with all of the activity planned in the University Drive/Northgate area, as well as the anticipated activity in the bio-corridor area. Growth also continues in the southern part of the City with the progress of new and expanded medical facilities, and continued retail development in the Tower Point area. However, there is still a great deal of uncertainty in the economy. Decisions on important issues such as the future renovation or replacement of Kyle Field at Texas A&M University could have significant impacts on the local economy depending on the decisions that are made. In 2009 sales tax collections in College Station fell for the first time in many years. In fiscal year 2010, sales tax revenue was down by 0.6 percent. However, in 2011 and 2012 sales tax revenues increased by 5.1% and 5.9% respectively. Sales tax revenues are anticipated to grow modestly in the near future. College Station continues to see development. Overall, total new building permits increased 30% when compared to last year for the same time period, with new single-family homes permits increasing 34% and new commercial permits decreasing 37%. Total ad valorem assessed valuation increased by approximately $206 million or approximately 3.6 percent for fiscal year 2012 over fiscal year 2011. Commercial development continued to occur with new and redevelopment construction. The City of College Station’s major asset is being the home of Texas A&M University (TAMU). TAMU is located on an approximately 5,200 acre campus within the City. TAMU has a significant economic impact on the City, contributing over a billion dollars annually to the local economy. TAMU has consistently ranked among the top 50 universities in the United States. Each year, TAMU's approximately 2,500 faculty members conduct an estimated $700 million worth of research and development. Student enrollment at TAMU was 50,227 as of September 2012. TAMU employs more than 20,000 full-time and part-time staff. The impact of budget reductions from the State of Texas continues to be monitored to determine how they may impact the local economy, and the City of College Station. 2012 Major Accomplishments Below are highlight accomplishments for 2012. • Maintained a Balanced Budget: Each department examined its organizational structure, programs, and practices in preparation for the budget. This resulted in the implementation of a reorganizational plan. It significantly improved efficiency by refocusing resources on core services and identified $1.5 million in cost savings.  Continued to Provide Competitive Compensation and Benefits: As stated above the economic conditions are improving for the City, which allowed for pay increases to employees in 2012. Maintaining a competitive pay and benefit structure allows the City to attract and retain well qualified employees who are on the front lines of providing services to the citizens and visitors of College Station. The City continues to implement a step plan for the Police Department, with the second phase of the plan put in place during 2012. Continuing the implementation of the step pay plan will allow the Police Department to be more competitive in recruiting and retaining officers. The City continues to provide generous benefits, such as 3 options for Medical, Dental & Prescription insurance, life insurance, defined benefit pension plan, post-employment medical insurance, etc,. – all at a competitive cost to the employee. However, plans are being made for minor reductions in retirement benefits beginning in 2013. 3  Continued Utility Transfer Policy Changes: Last year the City began a multi-year plan to reduce the transfer from the Electric Utility to the General Fund. This policy change was made to ensure that the transfer from the Electric Utility is reasonable, and not a significant burden on the electric utility and electric rates. The City transitioned from a policy that capped the transfer at 10.5% of electric operating revenues, to an in lieu of franchise fee based on KWH electric sales. The new policy has the transfer capped at 6% of electric operating revenues. The transfer was reduced in FY12 by $2.0 million, and the FY13 transfer is approved to be reduced by an additional $1.0 million. This results in a total reduction in the transfer to the General Fund of $3.0 million. This reduction is necessary to ensure the long term financial health of the Electric Utility, which has seen rate increases in recent years due to increases in purchased power costs. A 4% rate increase was forecast in FY12, but was postponed to FY13. This increase has been postponed again, resulting in no rate increase budgeted for FY13.  Increased Public Safety: A new Fire Station has been constructed in College Station to address the need for protection for high rise buildings being built on the Texas A & M campus as well as the new apartment buildings being built close to campus. There were 18 new firefighter positions added, along with a new ambulance, and fire engine. The construction of Fire Station #6 was approved in the 2008 bond authorization and has recently been completed with the grand opening occurring in December 2012. • Improved Mobility: The City continues to focus on traffic and transportation projects. During 2012, several streets were rehabilitated or reconstructed, including Rock Prairie West, Brothers Blvd, Post Oak Circle, Muirfield Village, Jones Butler and Hardwood. In addition to maintaining existing streets, planning and construction continue on new streets and thoroughfares, sidewalk projects, and hike and bike trails throughout the City. • Major Capital Projects Completed in 2012 o MDT Public Safety System Replacement o Northgate Street Meters o University Park o Emerald Forest Park Improvements o John Crompton Park – Phase III o Skate Park o Brothers Park Running Turf o W.A.Tarrow Park o Water Cooling Tower Media Replacement o Reclaimed Water – Phase I o Southwood 5-7 Water and Sewer Line Rehab o Carters Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Lab and SCADA Building o Scott and White Sewer Line and Lift Station o Electric Dispatch Building o Sandstone and Thomas Parks Shade Covers • Major Projects in Design, under Construction or to be Completed in 2013 – Many projects began design during the past year and will commence or complete construction this coming year. These include projects approved with the 2008 bond election. o Wireless Infrastructure o Network and Data Security Upgrade o Fire Station #6 o Library Expansion o Fire Emergency Response Alerting System o Southwest Park o Creekview Neighborhood Park o Beachy Central Park Improvements o East District Maintenance Shop 4 o Lick Creek Nature Center o Lick Creek Iron Bridge Trail o Lincoln Center Addition o Wolf Pen Creek Electrical Improvements o Wolf Pen Creek Erosion Management Study o Drainage Master Plan o Jones Butler (Penberthy) Extension o Lincoln Sidewalks o Traffic Signal at Wellborn and F&B o College Main Rehab o Sandy Point Chemical System Replacement o Cooling Tower Expansion o Bee Creek Parallel Trunk Line o Northgate Electric Substation LONG-TERM FINANCIAL PLANNING Long-Term Financial Planning Process  Operations and Maintenance: Every year, the City prepares a balanced budget, with the involvement of the City Council, City Managers, Executive Management Team, department heads, finance staff and other employees. There are planning meetings held throughout this year long process, where discussions regarding the future of the City’s financial health are a high priority. Financial forecasts are developed for the next year, as well as for the next 5 years for each major fund. These forecasts take historical trends, changes in policy, and economic conditions (now and projected) into consideration as applicable. The City also puts aside funds for major purchases in future years (Equipment Replacement Fund) and monitors the fund balances on every fund to ensure adherence to the City’s reserve policy.  Capital Improvement Program: A major component of the budgeting process every year is the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Extensive planning takes place throughout the year involving every department in the City with input from the City Council and appointed citizen committees and boards (Planning and Zoning Board, Parks Board, etc.). Discussion takes place regarding the currently funded projects as well as the currently unfunded projects to determine what changes should be made to the CIP and where potentially needed future funding will come from. During this process, attention is given to the impact the projects will have on future operations & maintenance costs. Anticipated Long-Term Financial Impacts  Biomedical Corridor: The purpose of the BioCorridor is to attract bio-related industries that develop life-changing medical technologies, build tax base, and attract high-paying jobs and investment to the City. The City of College Station and the City of Bryan entered into an Interlocal Agreement hoping to create a monumental economic development endeavor. The impact of this endeavor would foster growth in the community for several years, in the areas of biotechnology, retail, commercial, office, entertainment and high-density residential. In anticipation of this growth, plans are being made to increase the required infrastructure projects in our Capital Projects funding forecasts. In June 2012 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and its Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) announced a $285 million contract for the establishment of a Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing at Texas A&M University. 5  Texas A&M (TAMU) Football: o During 2012, Texas A&M University joined the Southeastern Conference (SEC), which has had an impact on the City’s economy by increasing the number of visitors from outside of Texas. Each year, the number of home games impacts the revenue the City receives primarily from Sales Tax and Hotel Occupancy Tax. One game more or less each year can have a significant impact. Also, according to Forbes, the popularity of Johnny “Football” Manziel (quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner) has the potential of boosting TAMU’s recruiting pipeline and undergraduate applications for the next several years – and potentially “infringe upon the University of Texas and their historic stronghold within the state”. This would result in continued growth for our community in the years to come. o Kyle Field (TAMU football field) holds approximately 87,000 fans. Over the last several months, Texas A&M has been discussing rebuilding or rehabilitating Kyle Field. This could have an economic impact on the City, depending on how they plan to do the construction – if the construction plan results in fewer seats available during the football season. In anticipation of the impact on this community, revenue has been conservatively increased in our operations and maintenance fund forecasts for the next couple of years, then reduced for the years of construction. As a result, the fund balances have been forecasted to grow conservatively in anticipation of reduced sales tax and hotel tax revenue for the years of construction.  Development of the Medical Corridor: The intent of the Medical District is to create opportunities for new development, accommodating and enhancing the growing concentration of medical uses in the area. The Medical District Master Plan establishes guiding principles for the development of approximately 1,700 acres in south College Station to accommodate medical facilities, walkable village centers, commercial space, and a variety of residential unit types. The Master Plan includes an extensive linked network of trails and open spaces to further the overarching concept of a healthy community focused on wellness. In anticipation of the creation of this district, discussions are taking place on what the increased infrastructure needs are and how the City will fund these needs. OTHER INFORMATION Independent Audit Section 37 of the City's Charter requires that not less than thirty (30) days prior to the end of each fiscal year, the City Council shall designate a qualified public accountant or accountants who, as of the end of the fiscal year, shall make an independent audit of accounts and other evidences of financial transactions of the city government and shall submit the report to the City Council. Such accountants shall have no personal interest, direct or indirect, in the fiscal affairs of the city government. They shall not maintain any account or record of the city business, but, within specifications approved by the City Council, shall post-audit the books and documents kept by the Department of Fiscal Services and any separate or subordinate accounts kept by any other office, department or agency of the city government. The City of College Station has engaged Ingram, Wallis & Company, Certified Public Accountants, of Bryan, Texas to perform the audit, and their opinion has been included in this report. It should be noted that the auditors included all funds in their audit, performed their audit in accordance with U.S. generally accepted auditing standards, and concluded, based upon the audit, that there was a reasonable basis for rendering an unqualified opinion that the City of 6 College Station's financial statements for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012 are fairly presented in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. The independent auditors' report is presented as the first component of the financial section of this report. Certificate of Achievement The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada ("GFOA") awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the City of College Station for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report ("CAFR") for the Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2011. This was the twenty-eighth out of twenty-nine consecutive years that the City has received this prestigious award. In order to be awarded a Certificate of Achievement, a government must publish an easily readable and efficiently organized comprehensive annual financial report. This report must satisfy both generally accepted accounting principles and applicable legal requirements. A Certificate of Achievement is valid for a period of one year only. We believe our current comprehensive annual financial report continues to meet the Certificate of Achievement Program's requirements, and we are submitting it to the GFOA to determine its eligibility for another certificate. Responsibilitv for Financial Reporting The City's Senior Management, including the Interim City Manager and the Executive Director Business Services, accept the responsibility for the accuracy, integrity, consistency, and reliability of the financial statements. They also acknowledge their responsibility for assuring the continuous monitoring of the City's system of internal controls for compliance in order to prevent misappropriation of assets and fraudulent financial reporting. Additionally, they confirm their commitment to fostering a strong ethical climate and communicating those standards to employees through personnel rules, administrative regulations, and City law. Acknowledgement The preparation of this report could not have been accomplished without the efforts and dedicated services of the entire staff of the Fiscal Services Department. Appreciation is also expressed to City employees throughout the organization, especially those employees who were instrumental in the successful completion of this report. Acknowledgement is also given to the representatives of Ingram, Wallis & Company for their assistance in producing the final product. Our appreCiation is also extended to the Mayor and City Council for their interest and support in planning and conducting the financial operations of the City in a responsible and prudent manner. Respectfully submitted, Je Interim City Manager Ex utive Director, Business Services 7 Citizens of College StationMayorandCITY ORGANIZATION City ManagerMayor andCouncilCity AttorneyCity  SecretaryMunicipalJudgesInternal AuditorAppointed Boardsand CommissionsExecutive Director Business ServicesDeputyCity ManagerDeputyCity ManagerPublic CommunicationsExecutive DirectorDevelopment ServicesFire / EOClPublic WorksPlanning & DevelopmentFiscalServicesInformation TechnologyPoliceParks and RecreationWater ServicesElectric UtilityCommunity DevelopmentEngineeringTreasuryBudgetHuman ResourcesIntergov’tRelationsEconomic DevelopmentLegislative AffairsCode EnforcementNeighborhood gPurchasingAtiTAMU, County, Bryan, CSISDgServicesNorthgate DistrictUtility Customer ServicesAccountingStrategicMunicipal CourtStrategic Planning8 City of College Station, Texas Fiscal Year 2012 Principal City Officials Elected Officials Mayor ....................................................................................................................................................................... Nancy Berry  City Council Place 1 ................................................................................................................................................ Blanche Brick  City Council Place 2 ..................................................................................................................................................... Jess Fields  City Council Place 3 ................................................................................................................................................. Karl Mooney  City Council Place 4 ........................................................................................................................................... Katy‐Marie Lyles  City Council Place 5 .................................................................................................................................................. Julie Schultz  City Council Place 6/Mayor Pro Tem ...................................................................................................................... Dave Ruesink  City Administration City Manager .......................................................................................................................................................... David Neeley  Deputy City Manager ............................................................................................................................................. Kathy Merrill  Deputy City Manager ........................................................................................................................................... Frank Simpson  Executive Director, Business Services ...................................................................................................................... Jeff Kersten  Executive Director, Planning and Development Services .................................................................................... Bob Cowell, Jr.  Director of Public Communications .............................................................................................................................. Jay Socol  Director of Water Services Department ............................................................................................................. David Coleman  Director of Electric Utility ...................................................................................................................................... David Massey  Chief of Police ........................................................................................................................................................ Jeffrey Capps  Fire Chief ............................................................................................................................................................. Robert B. Alley  Director of Public Works ..................................................................................................................................... Charles Gilman  Director of Parks and Recreation .......................................................................................................................... David Schmitz  Director of Information Technology .......................................................................................................................... Ben Roper   Director of Human Resources .................................................................................................................................. Alison Pond  City Attorney ....................................................................................................................................................... Carla Robinson  City Secretary .................................................................................................................................................. Sherry Mashburn  Internal Auditor ............................................................................................................................................................. Ty Elliott  9 10 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  This section of the City of College Station’s (the “City”) Comprehensive Annual Financial Report presents  a narrative overview and analysis of the financial activities of the City for the fiscal year ended  September 30, 2012. We encourage readers to consider the information presented here in conjunction  with additional information that we have furnished in our letter of transmittal.     FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS   The assets of the City exceeded its liabilities at the  close of the most recent Fiscal year by $421,850,110  (net assets). Of this amount $77,663,219  (unrestricted net assets) may be used to meet the  government’s ongoing obligations to citizens and  creditors.    The City’s total net assets increased by $11,181,109  during the fiscal year.    At the close of the current fiscal year, the City’s  governmental funds reported combined ending fund  balances of $62,742,420 a decrease of $7,977,684  when compared to the prior year.    Approximately 24.2 percent of the combined  governmental funds ending fund balance, or  $15,186,915 are available for spending at the City’s  discretion (unassigned fund balance).   During fiscal year 2012, the City’s total debt  decreased by $ 705,000 (0.3%).  This reduction is  comprised of several factors:  the issuance of general  obligation improvement bonds and certificates of  obligation for new projects; refunding of general  obligation improvement bonds, certificates of  obligation, and utility revenue bonds;   defeasance of  certain certificates of obligation; and retirement of  general obligation improvement bonds, certificates  of obligation and utility revenue bonds.  Details can  be found in the notes to the financial statements.    OVERVIEW OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS  This discussion and analysis is intended to serve as an introduction to the City’s basic financial  statements. The City’s basic financial statements are comprised of three components:     (1) Government‐wide financial statements  (2) Fund financial statements  (3) Notes to the financial statements.    This report also contains other supplementary information in addition to the basic financial statements  themselves.   13 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas        The following diagram illustrates the relationship between the different components of this report:         Relationship Between Comprehensive      Annual Financial Report (CAFR)  and  Basic Financial Statements and   Required Supplementary Information (RSI)    General information on the government  structure, services, and environment  Page 1‐10    Management’s Discussion and Analysis  Pages 13‐28    Government‐Wide Financial Statements  Pages 29‐30    Governmental Fund Financial Statements  Pages 31‐34    Proprietary Fund Financial Statements  Pages 35‐37    Notes to the Financial Statements  Pages 38‐71    Additional Required Supplementary Information  Pages 72‐74     Information on individual funds and other   supplementary information not required GAAP  Pages 75‐114    Trend Data and Non‐financial Data  Pages 115‐141          Introductory  Section   Basic       Financial  Statements      And     RSI  Financial  Section Statistical  Section     14 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas      Government‐Wide Financial Statements  The government‐wide financial statements are designed to provide readers with a broad overview of  the City’s finances, in a manner similar to a private‐sector business.     The statement of net assets presents information on all of the City’s assets and liabilities, with the  differences between the two reported as net assets. Over time, increases or decreases in net assets may  serve as a useful indicator of whether or not the financial position of the City is improving or  deteriorating.     The statement of activities presents information showing how the City’s net assets changed during the  most recent fiscal year. All changes in net assets are reported as soon as the underlying event giving rise  to the change occurs, regardless of the timing of related cash flows. Thus revenues and expenses are  reported in this statement for some items that will only result in cash flows in future fiscal periods, such  as revenues pertaining to uncollected taxes and expenses pertaining to earned but unused vacation.     Both of the government‐wide financial statements distinguish functions of the City that are principally  supported by taxes and intergovernmental revenues (governmental activities) from other functions that  are intended to recover all or a significant portion of their costs through user fees and charges (business‐ type activities). The governmental activities of the City include general government, fiscal services,  police, information technology, planning and development, fire, municipal services, streets, drainage,  traffic, park and recreation, and citizen and neighborhood resources. The business‐type activities of the  City include electric, water, wastewater, sanitation, and the Northgate parking garage. The government‐ wide financial statements can be found on pages 29‐30.    Fund Financial Statements  A fund is grouping of related accounts that is used to maintain control over resources that have been  segregated for specific activities or objectives. The City, like other state and local governments, uses  fund accounting to ensure and demonstrate compliance with finance‐related legal requirements. All of  the funds of the City can be divided into governmental funds and proprietary funds.     Governmental Funds  Governmental funds are used to account for essentially the same functions reported as governmental  activities in the government‐wide financial statements. However, unlike the government‐wide financial  states, governmental fund financial statements focus on near‐term inflows and outflows of spendable  resources as well as on balances of spendable resources available at the end of the fiscal year. Such  information may be useful in determining what financial resources are available in the near future to  finance the City‘s programs.     Because the focus of governmental funds is narrower than that of government‐wide financial  statements, it is useful to compare the information presented for governmental funds with similar  information presented for governmental activities in the government‐wide financial statements. By  doing so, readers may better understand the long‐term impact of the government’s near‐term financing  decisions. Both the governmental fund balance sheet and the governmental fund statement of  15 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  revenues, expenditures and changes in fund balances provide a reconciliation to facilitate this  comparison between governmental funds and governmental activities.     The City maintains several individual governmental funds organized according to their type (special  revenue, debt service and capital projects). Information is presented separately in the governmental  fund balance sheet and in the governmental fund statement of revenues, expenditures, and changes in  fund balances for the General Fund, Debt Service Fund and Streets Projects Fund, all of which are  considered to be major funds. Data from the remaining governmental funds are combined into a single,  aggregated presentation.  Individual fund data for each of the nonmajor governmental funds is provided  in the form of combining statements elsewhere in this report. The governmental fund financial  statements can be found on pages 31‐34.    The City adopts an annual appropriated budget for its General Fund, Debt Service Fund, Special Revenue  Funds, and Capital Projects Funds. A budgetary comparison statement has been provided for the  General Fund, Debt Service Fund, Special Revenue Funds and Capital Projects Funds to demonstrate  compliance with their budgets.     Proprietary Funds  Proprietary funds are generally used to account for services for which the City charges customers— either outside customers or internal units or departments of the City.  Proprietary funds provide the  same type of information as shown in the government‐wide financial statements, only in more detail.  The City maintains the following two types of proprietary funds:     Enterprise funds are used to report the same functions presented as business‐type activities in  the government‐wide financial statements. The City uses enterprise funds to account for the  operations of the electric, water, wastewater, sanitation, and parking activities of the City. The  Electric, Water, and Wastewater funds are considered to be major funds of the City, while the  remaining funds (Sanitation and Northgate Parking Garage) are presented in aggregate as non‐ major enterprise funds.  Individual fund data for the nonmajor enterprise funds can be found in  the form of combining statements elsewhere in this report.     Internal service funds are used to report activities that provide supplies and services for certain  City programs and activities. The City uses internal service funds to account for fleet  maintenance and utility customer services.  It also uses internal service funds to account for  equipment replacement; employee benefits; and unemployment, workers’ compensation, and  property and casualty insurance.   All of these services, with the exception of utility customer  service, predominantly benefit governmental rather than business‐type functions and have been  included within governmental activities in the government‐wide financial statements. The Utility  Customer Service Fund has been included with the business–type activities in the government‐ wide financial statements.  The internal service funds are combined into a single, aggregated  presentation in the proprietary fund financial statements.   Individual fund data for the internal  service funds is provided in the form of combining statements elsewhere in this report.     The proprietary fund financial statement can be found on pages 35‐37.     16 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  Notes to the Financial Statements  The notes to the financial statements provide additional information that is essential to a full  understanding of the data provided in the government‐wide and fund financial statements.    Required Supplementary Information  In addition to the basic financial statements and accompanying notes, this report presents on pages   72‐74, certain required supplementary information concerning the City’s progress in funding its  obligation to provide pension benefits and other postemployment benefits to its employees and the  General Fund budget‐to actual comparison.     Combining Statements  The combining statements referred to earlier in connection with the nonmajor governmental funds, the  nonmajor enterprise funds, and the internal service funds are presented on pages 84‐114 immediately  following the required supplementary information.     GOVERNMENT‐WIDE FINANCIAL ANYALYSIS  As noted earlier, net assets may serve as a useful indicator of government’s financial position.   For the  City, assets exceeded liabilities by $421,850,110 at the close of the most recent fiscal year.   The largest  portion of the City’s net assets (78.0 percent) reflects its investment of $328,999,412 in capital assets  (e.g., land, buildings, and equipment) less any related outstanding debt used to acquire those assets.   The City uses these capital assets to provide services to citizens; consequently, these assets are not  available for future spending.   Although the City’s investment in its capital assets is reported net of  related debt, it should be noted that the resources needed to repay this debt must be provided from  other sources, since the capital assets themselves cannot be liquidated for these liabilities.  Net Assets Governmental Activities Business-Type Activities Total 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 Assets Current and other assets 86,482,799$ 94,819,234$ 85,818,899$ 76,111,057$ 17 2 ,3 0 1,6 9 8$ 170,930,291$ Capital assets 238,028,556 231,624,649 305,406,104 301,471,929 543,434,660 533,096,578 Total assets 324,511,355 326,443,883 391,225,003 377,582,986 715,736,358 704,026,869 Liabilities Long-term liabilities outstanding 102,751,989 107,943,840 140,098,230 133,149,710 242,850,219 241,093,550 Other liabilities 19,211,970 19,692,719 31,824,059 32,571,599 51,036,029 52,264,318 Total liabilities 121,963,959 127,636,559 171,922,289 165,721,309 293,886,248 293,357,868 Net assets Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 149,875,513 145,546,799 179,123,899 175,059,669 328,999,412 320,606,468 Restricted 13,606,487 25,565,107 1,580,992 1,588,631 15,187,479 27,153,738 Unrestricted 39,065,396 27,695,418 38,597,823 35,213,377 77,663,219 62,908,795 Total net assets 202,547,396$ 198,807,324$ 219,302,714$ 211,861,677$ 421,850,110$ 410,669,001$     17 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  An additional portion of the City’s net assets, $15,187,479 (3.6 percent) represents resources that are  subject to external restriction on how they may be used. The remaining balance of unrestricted net  assets, $77,663,219 (18.4 percent) may be used to meet the government’s ongoing obligations to  citizens and creditors. At the end of the current fiscal year, the City was able to report positive balances  in all three categories of net assets, both for the government as a whole, as well as for the business‐type  activities. The same situation held true for the prior fiscal year. The City’s net assets increased by  $14,510,522 as a result of fiscal year 2012 operations, as compared to the increase of $8,303,007 for  fiscal year 2011 operations. The year over year difference is mostly attributable to decreases in  expenditures primarily in purchased power in the Electric Fund in fiscal year 2012.    The following table provides a summary of the City’s operations for the year ended September 30, 2012  and highlights key elements of the change in the City’s net assets:     Changes in Net Assets:Governmental Activities Business-Type Activities Total Revenues 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 Program revenues: Charges for services 12,288,801$ 12,645,831$ 134,113,489$ 140,304,292$ 146,402,290$ 152,950,123$ Operating grants and contributions 2,766,187 1,875,849 9,718 3,746 2,775,905 1,879,595 Capital grants and contributions 4,216,095 3,964,442 6,890,916 3,857,585 11,107,011 7,822,027 General revenues:- - Property taxes 24,978,388 24,333,373 - - 24,978,388 24,333,373 Sales and mixed beverage taxes 21,878,057 20,717,598 - - 21,878,057 20,717,598 Other taxes 5,815,164 5,711,869 - - 5,815,164 5,711,869 Interest and investment income 283,648 368,868 316,035 341,698 599,683 710,566 Total revenues 72,226,340 69,617,830 141,330,158 144,507,321 213,556,498 214,125,151 Expenses General government 8,348,922 9,455,960 - - 8,348,922 9,455,960 Fiscal services 3,313,726 3,384,388 - - 3,313,726 3,384,388 Police 16,696,975 15,082,452 - - 16,696,975 15,082,452 Fire 13,706,222 11,749,054 - - 13,706,222 11,749,054 Planning & development svcs 4,912,517 3,364,877 - - 4,912,517 3,364,877 Public works 13,717,564 20,629,662 - - 13,717,564 20,629,662 C apital projects 819,296 648,589 - - 819,296 648,589 Parks & recreation 9,638,581 10,146,043 - - 9,638,581 10,146,043 Library 1,142,580 1,130,433 - - 1,142,580 1,130,433 Information technology 4,268,524 4,165,064 - - 4,268,524 4,165,064 Interest on long term debt 3,273,938 4,079,379 - - 3,273,938 4,079,379 Unallocated depreciation 1,149,609 1,130,283 - - 1,149,609 1,130,283 Electric utility - - 87,221,859 93,277,853 87,221,859 93,277,853 Water utility - - 11,132,787 9,960,837 11,132,787 9,960,837 Wastewater utility - - 10,952,853 10,114,867 10,952,853 10,114,867 Sanitation services - - 7,825,491 6,558,278 7,825,491 6,558,278 Parking operations - - 924,532 944,125 924,532 944,125 Total expenses 80,988,454 84,966,184 118,057,522 120,855,960 199,045,976 205,822,144 Incr (Decr) in net assets before transfers (8,762,114) (15,348,354) 23,272,636 23,651,361 14,510,522 8,303,007 Transfers net 12,502,186 13,562,095 (12,502,186) (13,562,095) - - Increase in net assets 3,740,072 (1,786,259) 10,770,450 10,089,266 14,510,522 8,303,007 Net assets at beginning of year 198,807,324 200,959,230 211,861,677 201,772,411 410,669,001 402,731,641 Prior period adjustment - (365,647) (3,329,413) - (3,329,413) (365,647) Net assets at end of year 202,547,396$ 198,807,324$ 219,302,714$ 211,861,677$ 421,850,110$ 410,669,001$   18 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  Governmental Activities:  Governmental activities increased the City of College Station’s net assets by  $3,740,072. Key elements of this net increase are as follows:    Sales and mixed beverage taxes increased 5.6% over the prior year reflecting continued  recovery in the local economy. All of the other governmental activity revenues increased 3%  over the prior year.   Expenditures decreased 4.7% over the prior year as a result of management restructuring and  process re‐engineering throughout the year.    The chart below illustrates the City’s governmental activities revenues by source:   Property Taxes 34.6% Sales and Mixed  Beverage  Tax 29.7% Other Taxes 8.6% Charges for   Services 17.0% Misc 10.1% Governmental Activities  Revenue By Source $72,226,340   This chart depicts governmental activity program revenues relative to program expenses:   ‐ 4,000,000  8,000,000  12,000,000  16,000,000  20,000,000  Gen'l Gov't Fiscal Svcs Police Fire Plan & Dev Public  Works Parks &  Rec Inform  Tech Other Governmental  Activities  Program Revenue and Expense Revenue Expenses   19 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  Business‐type Activities:  Business‐type activities increased the City of College Station’s net assets  by $10,770,450. Key elements of this increase are as follows:    Charges for utility services and associated costs decreased from the prior year due to less  extreme weather conditions.  This, along with a 5% rate increase in the Wastewater Utility  resulted in net revenue of $3,879,534.    Also, capital infrastructure contributions from various developments throughout the City  resulted in an increase in net assets of $6,890,916.     Revenues for the City’s business‐type activities are presented in the following chart:   Charges for  Services 94.9% Grants &  Contributions 4.9% Other 0.2% Business ‐type Revenue $141,330,158 Another chart depicts business‐type activity program revenues relative to program expenses:   ‐ 20,000,000   40,000,000   60,000,000   80,000,000   100,000,000  Electric Water Wastewater Sanitation Parking Business‐type Program Revenue and Expense Revenue Expenses   20 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE CITY’S FUNDS  As noted previously, the City uses fund accounting to ensure and demonstrate compliance with finance‐ related legal requirements.     Governmental Funds  The focus of the City’s governmental funds is to provide information on near‐term inflows, outflows, and  balances of resources that are available for spending.   Such information is useful in assessing the City’s  financing requirements.   In particular, unassigned fund balance may serve as a useful measure of a  government’s net resources available for spending at the end of the fiscal year.  The types of major  governmental funds reported by the City include the General Fund, Debt Service Fund, and Streets  Projects Fund. Other governmental funds of the City are reported as nonmajor funds.     As of the end of the current fiscal year, the City’s governmental funds reported combined ending fund  balances of $62,742,420. Approximately 24.2 percent ($15,186,915) of this total amount constitutes  unassigned fund balance and is available for spending at the City’s discretion. The remainder of fund  balance is reserved to indicate that is not available for new spending because it has already been  committed as follows:     Nonspendable   $   6,943,250  Restricted    $ 36,556,922  Committed  $   3,618,354  Assigned  $      436,979  Unassigned  $ 15,186,915    A detailed breakdown of the fund balance can be found in Note IV. I. Components of Fund Balances.     Revenues for governmental functions totaled $69,248,249 in fiscal year ended September 30, 2012, an  increase of 3.7 percent or $2,501,604 from the fiscal year ended September 30, 2011.  Expenditures for  governmental functions totaling $91,582,832 increased by approximately 3.4 percent or $3,000,297  from the fiscal year ended September 30, 2011. Other financing sources and uses (net) was  $14,356,899.  As a result, in fiscal year 2012, expenditures for governmental functions exceeded  revenues by $7,977,684. This is primarily due to construction progress on the Fire Station #6 capital  project during the fiscal year.     The General fund is the chief operating fund of the City of College Station. At the end of the current  fiscal year, the unassigned fund balance was $15,186,915 while the total fund balance was $16,492,693.  The City’s fiscal and budgetary policies require that the General Fund’s fund balance be at least equal to  15 percent of budgeted expenditures, a percentage equal to 55 days of expenditures. The total fund  balance is approximately 26.1 percent of fiscal year 2012 amended budgeted expenditures and exceeds  the minimum requirement set by policy.     As a measure of fund’s liquidity, it is useful to compare both unassigned and total fund balance to total  fund actual expenditures. Unassigned fund balance represents 25.3 percent of total general fund  expenditures, while total fund balance represents 27.5 percent of total general fund expenditures. The  21 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  total fund balance for the general fund continues to meet and exceed the Fiscal and Budgetary Policy of  having 15 percent of expenditures available in fund balance.     The General Fund’s fund balance increased by $2,099,660 during the current fiscal year. The Key factors  in this change follow:      The fiscal year 2012 original budget anticipated a minimal increase in fund balance as a result of  budget reductions due primarily to restructuring and process improvement.    Sales tax revenues came in higher than anticipated in fiscal year 2012.     The Debt Service Fund ended the fiscal year with a fund balance of $3,802,443. This entire amount is  reserved for the payment of debt service. The net decrease in fund balance during the current fiscal year  was $502,153. This decrease is due to the refunding of bonds during fiscal year 2012 that will reduce  future debt service needs.  Revenues received during the year were enough to cover principal  retirements and interest payments.       The Streets Projects fund ended the fiscal year with a balance of $12,114,922.  This entire amount is  either reserved for encumbrances related to current capital projects or reserved for future capital  projects. The net decrease in fund balance during the current fiscal year was $1,464,050. This decrease  was attributable to construction progress on street capital projects during the fiscal year.     Proprietary Funds  The City’s proprietary funds provide the same type of information found in the government‐wide  financial statements but in more detail.     At the end of the current fiscal year, the City’s proprietary funds reported combined ending net assets of  $219,302,714. Of this amount, 17.6 percent ($38,597,823) constitutes unrestricted net assets. The  remainder of net assets for the proprietary funds, $180,704,891, is reported as follows:      Invested in capital assets, net related debt ($179,123,899), and    Restricted for debt service ($1,580,992).     Operating revenues for proprietary activities totaled $133,257,747 for the fiscal year, a decrease of 4.0  percent or $5,565,616 from the previous fiscal year. Operating expenses decreased $6,127,063 or 5.3  percent for the same period. Operating income was $22,888,115 for the fiscal year. The proprietary  funds reported net non‐operating expenses of $12,117,665 at the end of fiscal year 2012 as compared  to net non‐operating expenses of $11,726,079 in the previous fiscal year.  Also, the Proprietary Funds  reported a prior period adjustment of $3,329,413 (see Note IV.G) resulting in an overall increase of  $7,441,037 in net assets for fiscal year 2012.    Electric Fund  At the end of the fiscal year, the unrestricted net assets for the Electric Fund totaled $5,975,296. The  City’s policy with regard to its enterprise funds is to maintain at least 15 percent of annual operating  expenses in working capital, a percentage equal to 55 days of expenses. At September 30, 2012, Electric  22 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  Fund working capital equaled approximately 18.2 percent of annual operating expenses, as compared to  9.3 percent at September 30, 2011.    Electric Fund operating revenues decreased by 4.1 percent ($4,118,649) during fiscal year 2012, while  operating expenses decreased 7.9 percent ($7,240,653) during the same period. This resulted in  operating income of $12,230,586. The increase in operating income is attributable to the decrease in  purchased power costs with the less intense weather conditions during fiscal year 2012 as compared to  the prior year’s drought conditions. The operating income when combined with the net non‐operating  expenses resulted in an increase in net assets of $4,496,962 in the Electric Fund during the fiscal year.     Water Fund  Unrestricted net assets for the Water Fund at September 30, 2012 were $9,149,574. Water Fund  operating revenues decreased by 12.4 percent ($2,132,235) during fiscal year 2012. Operating expenses  of $8,461,539 increased 4.1 percent ($337,078) over fiscal year 2011. This resulted in operating income  of $6,594,776. The operating income when combined with the net non‐operating expenses and prior  period adjustment (see Note IV.G) resulted in an increase in net assets of $1,026,079 in the Water Fund  during the fiscal year.     Wastewater Fund  The Wastewater Fund’s unrestricted net assets at the end of the end of fiscal year 2012 were  $7,667,088. The Wastewater Fund ended the fiscal year with a working capital balance of $9,678,304  which was 63.1 percent higher than fiscal year 2011.     Operating revenues in Wastewater Fund were $13,226,361 or $585,969 (4.6 percent) increase over the  previous fiscal year. Operating expenses increased from $9,115,656 to $9,550,503 or 4.8 percent while  operating income increased by 4.3 percent from $3,524,736 to $3,675,858. The operating income when  combined with the net non‐operating expenses and prior period adjustment (see Note IV.G) resulted in  an increase in net assets of $1,062,341 in the Wastewater Fund during the fiscal year.      Budgetary Highlights   The final amended budget for fiscal year 2012 totaled $255,830,273 for all funds. Of this amount  $218,067,311 (85.2 percent) was budgeted for operations and maintenance expenditures and  $37,762,962 (14.8 percent) was budgeted for capital improvement projects.     In the General Fund the final amended budget showed a decrease in fund balance of $2,563,184. The  actual change in fund balance was an increase of $2,099,660. The following are some of the key factors  in the change in fund balance:      Revenues were higher than the budget estimate due to modest increases in sales tax revenues.    Expenditures were overall lower due to reduced spending during the fiscal year.     Strategic planning is a driving force in the preparation of the City’s budget. The City Council has  identified the following areas of strategic priority:      23 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas   Financially Sustainable City    Providing Core Services and Infrastructure    Neighborhood Integrity    Diverse Growing Economy    Improving Mobility    Sustainable City    Budget resources were included in the fiscal year 2012 to address these priorities.      CAPITAL ASSETS  The City of College Station’s investment in capital assets for its governmental and business‐type  activities as of September 30, 2012 amounted to $543,434,660 (net of accumulated depreciation). This  investment in capital assets includes land, utility systems, building and building improvements,  improvements other than buildings, machinery and equipment, infrastructure, and construction in  progress.   Capital Assets at Year End  Net of Accumulated Depreciation    Governmental Business‐Type Activities Activities Total Land 43,050,894$   690,750$          43,741,644$    Utility systems ‐                         276,636,432    276,636,432    Buildings and building improvements 24,516,756     4,861,474         29,378,230       Improvements other than buildings 21,053,596      ‐                          21,053,596       Machinery  and equipment 12,893,590     2,787,122         15,680,712       Infrastructure 119,437,220    ‐                          119,437,220    Construction in progress 17,076,500     20,430,326      37,506,826       238,028,556$ 305,406,104$  543,434,660$     Major capital projects completed by the City during the 2012 fiscal year include the following:    o MDT Radio System Replacement o Northgate Street Meters o University Park o Emerald Forest Park Improvements o John Crompton Park – Phase III o Skate Park o Brothers Park Running Turf o W.A.Tarrow Park o Water Cooling Tower Media Replacement o Reclaimed Water – Phase I o Southwood 5-7 Water and Sewer Line Rehab o Carters Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Lab and SCADA Building o Scott and White Sewer Line and Lift Station o Electric Dispatch Building o Sandstone and Thomas Parks Shade Covers 24 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  Additional information on the City’s capital assets can be found in Note IV‐C to the financial statements.    Debt Administration  At the end of the 2012 fiscal year, the City of College Station had total debt outstanding of  $241,535,000. Of this amount, $196,475,000 (81.3 percent) is comprised of debt backed by the full faith  and credit of the City.   Certificates of Obligation that fund business‐type activities in the Electric, Water,  Wastewater and Northgate Parking Garage Funds are also backed by the surplus of revenue derived  from each enterprise funds revenue source. The remaining debt $45,060,000 (18.7 percent), is revenue  bonds secured by specified revenue sources from the City’s combine utility system.                Governmental   Activities  Business‐Type   Activities  Total   General  Obligation Bonds 75,695,000$      36,280,000$      111,975,000$     Certificates of  Obligation 21,415,000         63,085,000         84,500,000          Revenue  Bonds ‐                        45,060,000         45,060,000          97,110,000$      144,425,000$    241,535,000$     Year‐End Outstanding Debt Payable     The City’s total debt decreased by $705,000 (0.3 percent) during the current fiscal year. The change in  total debt was a result of the following:    Issuance of $21,085,000 general obligation improvement bonds and refunding bonds.    Refunding of $18,870,000 general obligation improvement bonds, certificates of obligation, and  utility revenue bonds.   Issuance of $16,415,000 in certificates of obligation, which funded business‐type activities.   Defeasance of $2,305,000 certificates of obligation, series 2009.   Retirement of $12,380,000 in general obligation improvement bonds and certificates of obligation,  and the retirement of $4,650,000 in utility revenue bonds.    The City’s General Obligation and Certificates of Obligation have an underlying rating of AA by Standard  & Poor’s (“S&P”) and Aa2 by Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”). The underlying rating for the City’s  revenue bonds are A+ by S&P and Aa2 by Moody’s.     Additional information on the City’s long‐term debt can be found in Note IV‐H to the financial  statements.    ECONOMIC FACTORS AND NEXT YEAR’S BUDGETS AND RATES  Economic conditions have been a bit more positive than they have been in several years. Sales tax revenues have seen stronger growth in the past year, and property values have increased as well. Growth has been seen in the northern part of the City with all of the activity planned in the University Drive/Northgate area, as well as the anticipated activity in the bio-corridor area. Growth also continues in the southern part of the City with the progress of new and expanded medical facilities, and continued retail development in the Tower Point area. However, there is still a great deal of uncertainty in the economy. Decisions on important issues such as the future renovation or replacement of Kyle Field at 25 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  Texas A&M University could have significant impacts on the local economy depending on the decisions that get made. The following are some key fiscal and economic indicators for College Station including:  The total certified value of property in the City of College Station for 2012 is $5,944,312,987.  This is  an increase over last year of 3.6%.  This increase was due in part to new property values from new  construction of $119,411,912 added to the tax rolls.  Existing property values increased by  approximately 1.5% in 2012.   Since 1995 taxable values have increase from approximately $1.5 billion to approximately $5.9  billion currently.    A local economy that has maintained an annual unemployment rate of less that 5 percent since  1990 saw higher unemployment of 5.4% in 2012.    Sales and mixed drink beverage tax revenue, the largest revenue stream in the General Fund saw a  healthy increase of 5.6% in fiscal year 2012.    Preparation of the fiscal year 2013 budget was again a challenging budget to prepare, but we believe it  reflects the policy and strategic direction of this City Council. The economic conditions that the City  faced over the last several years resulted in slower revenue growth, which impacted the long term  financial condition of the City. Adding to this challenge is the uncertainty in State funding for education  at all levels in Texas; increasing demands for services in a growing community, including the operating  costs for Fire Station #6; and policy changes to reduce the utility transfer  from Electric Fund to the  General Fund.     Reorganization Plan and Budget Reductions  During FY2012, a significant organization restructuring was implemented. There are additional changes that are being implemented for FY13 after further review of the organization structure and services that are provided. The reorganization impacts several departments and will result in recurring cost savings to the City, as well as significantly improve efficiency by refocusing resources on core services. These reductions will result in savings of a little over $500,000 in FY13. The reductions included the elimination of 10 budgeted Full Time Equivalent positions throughout the organization; 7 of the positions were filled, with 2 of the employees in the filled positions being transferred to other positions while one may continue to work on a contract basis. While these are again difficult decisions to make, we believe they are in the best interest of the city, as the savings generated will provide additional resources for strategic priorities including public safety. Over the last several years, a total of $7.6 million has been removed from the budget through efficiency improvements with no major reduction in services. This includes the elimination of 53.75 Full Time Equivalent positions. The FY13 base budget included the elimination of the 10.0 positions discussed earlier. During this same period (FY09 – FY13), 43 public safety positions have been added to the budget. This includes the staffing for the new Fire Station on University Drive opening this fall, as well as additional Police staff in the Police Department. We continue to look for and implement efficiencies in the way services are provided in order to meet service demands.   26 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas  Utility Transfer Policy Changes  Last year we began a multi-year plan to reduce the transfer from the Electric Utility to the General Fund. This policy change was made to ensure that the transfer from the Electric Utility is reasonable, and not a significant burden on the electric utility and electric rates. We have transitioned from a policy that capped the transfer at 10.5% of electric operating revenues, to an in lieu of franchise fee based on KWH electric sales. The new policy has the transfer capped at 6% of electric operating revenues. The transfer was reduced in FY12 by $2.0 million, and the FY13 transfer is approved to be reduced by an additional $1.0 million. This results in a total reduction in the transfer to the General Fund of $3.0 million. This reduction is necessary to ensure the long term financial health of the Electric Utility, which has seen rate increases in recent years due to increases in purchased power costs. A 4% rate increase was forecast in FY12, but was postponed to FY13. This increase has been postponed again, resulting in no rate increase for FY13. Increased Service Levels  The following are some significant increases in service levels in the fiscal year 2013 budget.  Core Services and Infrastructure – Police Department - To address increased congestion and crime in the Northgate Entertainment District, the approved Police Department budget includes $895,681 for the addition of 1 Sergeant, 6 officers and associated vehicles and equipment. The approved budget also includes funding in the amount of $62,423 for the addition of a Police Assistant in the Criminal Investigation Division to allow Police Officers to focus on tasks that require a sworn officer. Core Services and Infrastructure - Public Works - Funds in the amount of $280,700 are approved in the Public Works budget for traffic and transportation projects. This includes $45,000 for a traffic signal synchronization and timing project, $50,000 for an upgrade to fiber optic traffic signal communication $100,000 for a Traffic Operations Master Plan, and $35,700 for an Asset Management and Work Order System for Traffic. Also included is $50,000 for an Intersection Operational Improvement Analysis.   Tax Rate  The fiscal year 2013 budget was prepared using the effective tax rate of 43.0687 cents per $100  assessed valuation. This is a net decrease of 0.7308 cents from the fiscal year 2012 tax rate of 43.7995  cents. The fiscal year 2013 approved tax rate reduces the Debt Service portion of the tax rate by 0.5901,  and reduces the General Fund portion of the tax rate by 0.1407 cents.      Utility Rates  The fiscal year 2013 budget includes a 5 percent increase in the Wastewater Fund. This rate increase is  needed to meet the operating, non‐operating, debt service and capital needs of the fund. The fiscal year  2013 budget does not include a rate increase in the Electric Fund, Water Fund, Sanitation Fund, or  Drainage Fund.     Capital Improvements  The fiscal year 2013 budget for capital improvements total $40,490,202. The City anticipates significant  expenditures for infrastructure projects throughout the city. These projects include rehabilitation of  utilities, drainage ways, and streets. In November 2008 voters authorized $76,950,000 in future General  obligation Bonds for Streets, traffic, fire station projects, the library expansion project, and parks and  recreation projects. Some of the more significant upcoming capital projects are as follows:  27 Management’s Discussion and Analysis  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012  (Unaudited)        City of College Station, Texas   Bird Pond Road and Cooner Street Rehabilitation, Royder/Live Oak Improvements  Rock Prairie Road improvement projects (Design, Right of Way Acquisition)  Health Science Center Parkway per the bio-corridor agreement with the City of Bryan  Traffic Signal Projects at Wellborn/F&B and SH 30/Copperfield  Hike and Bike Trails  University Drive Pedestrian Improvements Ph II  Creek View Park Development  Lick Creek Park Trail Projects  Lick Creek Nature Center  Veteran’s Park Maintenance Shop Expansion  Electrical Improvements at Wolf Pen Creek  Wireless Infrastructure and Fiber Optic Infrastructure  Network and Data Security Upgrade  Timekeeping System  Phone System Replacement  Northgate Substation – Electric  Cooling Tower Expansion and 3 million gallon ground storage reservoir rehabilitation – Water  Health Science Center Parkway Water Line Extension – Water  East Side FM 158 Sewer Line Project - Wastewater  South Knoll/ The Glade Rehabilitation – Water/Wastewater  Bee Creek Parallel Trunkline – Wastewater  Royder/Live Oak Sewer Line – Wastewater  Wastewater Plant Improvements – Wastewater  Utility Technology projects – Electric/Water/Wastewater  Erosion Control along Wolf Pen Creek - Drainage   The City plans to issue $11,425,000 in general obligation bonds from the 2003 and 2008 authorization  for the following: $6,325,000 for street and transportation improvements, $600,000 for traffic signals,  $4,250,000 for parks and recreation projects and $250,000 for facility projects.  The City also plans to  issues $125,000 in certificates of obligations for general government capital projects. The City also plans  to issue $23,275,000 in long term debt for the following utility projects: $11,125,000 for electric capital  projects, $3,900,000 for water capital projects and $8,250,000 for wastewater capital projects. In  addition, a total of $7,375,000 in cash for the utility funds is projected to be used for capital projects in  fiscal year 2013.    REQUEST FOR INFORMATION  This financial report is designed to provide a general overview of the City of College Station’s financial  position for all who have an interest in the City’s finances. Questions concerning any of the information  provided in this report or requests for additional financial information should be addressed to:    City of College Station   Fiscal Services Department  ATTN: Executive Director, Business Services  PO Box 9960   College Station, Texas 77840‐9960    Or visit our website at http://www.cstx.gov.   28 Governmental Activities Business-type Activities Total Assets Cash and cash equivalents 65,844,867$ 29,344,479$ 95,189,346$ Investments 9,561,665 4,261,200 13,822,865 Receivables (net of all. for uncollectible) 6,434,862 19,425,805 25,860,667 Inventories 7,177,562 1,949,421 9,126,983 Internal balances (3,129,094) 3,129,094 - Prepaids 23,073 - 23,073 Restricted assets Cash and cash equivalents 11,086 8,857,532 8,868,618 Investments 1,610 1,286,229 1,287,839 Equity in joint venture - 12,213,396 12,213,396 Loan receivable - 4,550,000 4,550,000 Deferred charges, net 557,168 801,743 1,358,911 Capital assets (net of acc. depreciation) Land and construction in progress 60,127,394 21,121,076 81,248,470 Other capital assets (net of acc. depreciation) 177,901,162 284,285,028 462,186,190 Total assets 324,511,355 391,225,003 715,736,358 Liabilities Accounts payable 4,336,263 16,740,331 21,076,594 Accrued liabilities 1,283,664 560,514 1,844,178 Retainage payable 352,139 267,747 619,886 Customer construction advances 493,924 41,789 535,713 Claims payable 1,515,910 - 1,515,910 Unearned revenues 2,198,077 91,134 2,289,211 Liabilities payable from restricted assets Accrued interest payable 517,147 853,531 1,370,678 Refundable deposits 38,616 2,879,567 2,918,183 Current portion of long-term obligations 8,476,230 10,389,446 18,865,676 Bonds and certificates of obligation payable 90,962,656 136,824,040 227,786,696 Compensated absences 2,408,896 558,754 2,967,650 Post employment benefits 5,058,371 1,481,449 6,539,820 Net pension obligation 4,322,066 1,233,987 5,556,053 Total liabilities 121,963,959 171,922,289 293,886,248 Net assets Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 149,875,513 179,123,899 328,999,412 Restricted for: Debt service 3,802,443 1,580,992 5,383,435 Public safety 915,744 - 915,744 Community development 1,633,400 - 1,633,400 Tourism 4,450,354 - 4,450,354 Capital projects 2,535,747 - 2,535,747 Other purposes 268,799 - 268,799 Unrestricted 39,065,396 38,597,823 77,663,219 Total net assets 202,547,396$ 219,302,714$ 421,850,110$ The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Statement of Net Assets September 30, 2012 29 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Statement of Activities For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Program Revenues Net Revenue (Expense) and Operating Capital Changes in Net Assets Charges for Grants and Grants and Governmental Business-type Functions/Programs Expenses Services Contributions Contributions Activities Activities Total Governmental activities: General government 8,348,922$ 65,234$ 2,029,939$ -$ (6,253,749)$ -$ (6,253,749)$ Fiscal services 3,313,726 467,397 75,292 - (2,771,037) - (2,771,037) Police 16,696,975 4,097,567 77,364 - (12,522,044) - (12,522,044) Fire 13,706,222 1,566,681 369,630 - (11,769,911) - (11,769,911) Planning & development svcs 4,912,517 1,650,017 - - (3,262,500) - (3,262,500) Public works 13,717,564 2,480,140 150,806 2,978,090 (8,108,528) - (8,108,528) Capital improvement program 819,296 52,757 - - (766,539) - (766,539) Parks & recreation 9,638,581 1,909,008 63,156 1,224,805 (6,441,612) - (6,441,612) Library 1,142,580 - - 13,200 (1,129,380) - (1,129,380) Information technology 4,268,524 - - - (4,268,524) - (4,268,524) Interest on long-term debt 3,273,938 - - - (3,273,938) - (3,273,938) Unallocated depreciation 1,149,609 - - - (1,149,609) - (1,149,609) Total governmental activities 80,988,454 12,288,801 2,766,187 4,216,095 (61,717,371) - (61,717,371) Business-type activities: Electric 87,221,859 96,787,784 - 1,412,627 - 10,978,552 10,978,552 Water 11,132,787 15,274,883 - 1,630,620 - 5,772,716 5,772,716 Wastewater 10,952,853 13,697,532 - 2,146,658 - 4,891,337 4,891,337 Sanitation 7,825,491 7,204,013 9,718 1,701,011 - 1,089,251 1,089,251 Northgate parking 924,532 1,149,277 - - - 224,745 224,745 Total business-type activities 118,057,522 134,113,489 9,718 6,890,916 - 22,956,601 22,956,601 Total primary government 199,045,976$ 146,402,290$ 2,775,905$ 11,107,011$ (61,717,371)$ 22,956,601$ (38,760,770)$ General revenue: Property taxes 24,978,388 - 24,978,388 Sales and mixed beverage taxes 21,878,057 - 21,878,057 Franchise taxes 2,171,277 - 2,171,277 Hotel occupancy taxes 3,643,887 - 3,643,887 Unrestricted investment earnings 283,648 316,035 599,683 Transfers 12,502,186 (12,502,186) - Total general revenues and transfers 65,457,443 (12,186,151) 53,271,292 Change in net assets 3,740,072 10,770,450 14,510,522 Net assets - beginning 198,807,324 211,861,677 410,669,001 Prior period adjustment - (3,329,413) (3,329,413) Net assets - ending 202,547,396$ 219,302,714$ 421,850,110$ The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 30 General Debt Service Streets Projects Other Governmental Funds Total Governmental Funds Assets Current assets Cash and cash equivalents 14,993,486$ 3,320,293$ 11,077,903$ 20,620,638$ 50,012,320$ Investments 2,177,384 482,150 1,608,656 2,994,384 7,262,574 Receivables (net of all. for uncollectible) 3,999,372 437,545 629,190 1,351,593 6,417,700 Inventories 32,091 -- 7,061,174 7,093,265 Prepaid costs 23,073 --- 23,073 Restricted assets Cash and cash equivalents 12,696 --- 12,696 Total assets $ 21,238,102 $ 4,239,988 $ 13,315,749 $ 32,027,789 $ 70,821,628 Liabilities Accounts payable 1,750,264$ $ - 693,692$ 1,247,056$ 3,691,012$ Accrued liabilities 1,017,209 -- 48,231 1,065,440 Other deferred revenues 1,329,056 437,545 373,512 57,964 2,198,077 Interfund payable 240,000 --- 240,000 Refundable deposits 33,041 --5,575 38,616 Retainage payable -- 15,538 336,601 352,139 Customer construction advances 375,839 - 118,085 - 493,924 Total liabilities 4,745,409 437,545 1,200,827 1,695,427 8,079,208 Fund balance Nonspendable --- 6,943,250 6,943,250 Restricted 868,799 3,802,443 12,114,922 19,770,758 36,556,922 Committed --- 3,618,354 3,618,354 Assigned 436,979 --- 436,979 Unassigned 15,186,915 --- 15,186,915 Total fund balance 16,492,693 3,802,443 12,114,922 30,332,362 62,742,420 Total liabilities and fund balance $ 21,238,102 $ 4,239,988 $ 13,315,749 $ 32,027,789 $ 70,821,628 The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Balance Sheet Governmental Funds September 30, 2012 31 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Reconciliation of Governmental Funds Balance Sheet to the Statement of Net Assets September 30, 2012 Total fund balance per balance sheet 62,742,420$ Amounts reported for governmental activities in the statement of net assets are different because: Capital assets used in governmental activities are not financial resources and, therefore, are not reported in the governmental funds balance sheet. 238,028,556 Long-term liabilities are not due and payable in the current period and, therefore, are not reported in the governmental funds balance sheet: Due within one year (8,669,654)$ Due in more than one year (102,751,989) Deferred charges 557,168 (110,864,475) Interest payable on long-term debt does not require current financial resources and is not reported in the governmental funds balance sheet (517,147) Internal service funds are used by management to charge the costs of certain activities, such as insurance, fleet maintenance, and equipment replacement to individual funds. The assets and liabilities of the internal service funds are included in the government-wide statements of net assets (net of the amount allocated to business-type activities). Assets 18,233,097$ Liabilities (2,185,961) Net amount allocated to business-type activities (2,889,094) 13,158,042 Net assets of governmental activities 202,547,396$ The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 32 General Debt Service Streets Projects Other Governmental Funds Total Governmental Funds Revenues Ad valorem tax 13,477,878$ 11,500,510$ -$ -$ 24,978,388$ Sales tax 21,498,319 --- 21,498,319 Other taxes 2,551,014 -- 3,643,887 6,194,901 Licenses and permits 1,496,424 --565 1,496,989 Intergovernmental 520,948 - 340,870 1,897,401 2,759,219 Charges for services 81,283 - 11,331 3,308,943 3,401,557 Other charges for services 2,214,822 --- 2,214,822 Fines, forfeits, and penalties 3,636,209 -- 260,268 3,896,477 Investment income 88,684 24,842 54,788 115,334 283,648 Rents and royalties 686,729 -- 166,009 852,738 Contributions 20,168 -- 1,224,805 1,244,973 Other 287,796 1,596 15,635 121,191 426,218 Total revenues 46,560,274 11,526,948 422,624 10,738,403 69,248,249 Expenditures Current General government 4,189,987 -- (87,437) 4,102,550 Fiscal services 2,871,677 -4,546 230,042 3,106,265 Police 15,465,837 -- 55,447 15,521,284 Fire 12,578,396 --- 12,578,396 Planning & development svcs 3,523,742 -- 1,175,007 4,698,749 Public works 5,884,577 -- 1,458,515 7,343,092 Capital improvement projects 788,032 ---788,032 Parks & recreation 4,329,869 -- 3,801,544 8,131,413 Information technology 3,844,107 --- 3,844,107 Library 1,072,551 --- 1,072,551 Contributions 937,813 -- 1,498,007 2,435,820 Other 183,530 -- 1,197,307 1,380,837 Capital outlay -- 5,767,456 8,574,261 14,341,717 Debt service Principal retirement - 8,120,000 -- 8,120,000 Interest payments - 3,696,245 -- 3,696,245 Fiscal charges - 118,171 9,120 380 127,671 Intergovernmental -- 294,103 -294,103 Total expenditures 55,670,118 11,934,416 6,075,225 17,903,073 91,582,832 Excess(deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (9,109,844) (407,468) (5,652,601) (7,164,670) (22,334,583) Other financing sources (uses) Issuance of debt - 7,283,494 4,269,120 175,380 11,727,994 Premium on bonds issued - 1,132,812 -- 1,132,812 Issuance of refunding bonds - (11,432,308)-- (11,432,308) Transfers in 15,539,293 2,921,317 288,355 3,564,596 22,313,561 Transfers out (4,329,789)- (368,924) (4,686,447) (9,385,160) Total other financing sources (uses) 11,209,504 (94,685) 4,188,551 (946,471) 14,356,899 Net change in fund balance 2,099,660 (502,153) (1,464,050) (8,111,141) (7,977,684) Fund balance, October 1 14,393,033 4,304,596 13,578,972 38,443,503 70,720,104 Fund balance, September 30 16,492,693$ 3,802,443$ 12,114,922$ 30,332,362$ 62,742,420$ The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Statment of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Governmental Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 33 Net change in fund balance - total governmental funds (7,977,684)$ Amounts reported for governmental activities in the statement of activities are different because: Governmental funds report capital outlays as expenditures. However, in the government-wide statement of activities the cost of those assets are allocated over their estimated useful lives as depreciation expense. This is the amount of capital assets recorded in the current period.14,341,717 The effect of various miscellaneous transactions involving capital assets (e.g., sales, trade ins, and contributions) is to increase/decrease net assets. Capital contributions 2,978,090 Some property tax, intergovernmental and ambulance revenues will not be collected for several months after the the City's fiscal year end. These are not considered "available" revenues in the governmental funds until received. (289,579) Depreciation expense on capital assets is reported in the government-wide statement of activities, but they do not require the use of current financial resources. Therefore, depreciation expense is not reported as expenditure in governmental funds.(11,139,107) The issuance of long-term debt (i.e., bonds, certificates of obligation) provides current financial resources to governmental funds, while the repayment of the principal of long-term debt consumes the current financial resources of governmental funds. Neither transaction, however, has any effect on net assets. Also, governmental funds report the effect of issuance costs, premiums, discounts, and similar items when debt is first issued, whereas the amounts are deferred and amoritized in the statement of activities. This amount is the net effect of these differences in the treatment of long-term debt and related items. Bonds issued (11,515,000)$ Bond principal retirement 13,875,000 Certificate of Obligation principal retirement 4,670,000 7,030,000 Bond premiums are recognized as an other financing source in the governmental funds, but are considered deferred assets on the Statement of Net Assets. Premiums are amortized over the life of the bonds. This is the amount by which bond premium issued, bond issuance costs and bond refunding losses exceeded amortization.(747,431) Long-term estimated liabilities are recognized as expenses in the Statement of Activities as incurred, but are recognized when current financial resources are used in the governmental funds. Compensated absences (2,552,002)$ Net pension obligation (720,721) Other post retirement benefits (861,924) (4,134,647) Accrued interest expense on long-term debt is reported in the government-wide statement of activities, but does not require the use of current financial resources; therefore, accrued interest expense is not reported as expenditures in the governmental funds. Change in accrued interest.77,553 Internal service funds are used by management to charge the costs of certain activities, such as insurance, fleet maintenance, and equipment replacement to individual funds. The net revenue of the internal service funds is reported with governmental activities net of the amount allocated to business-type activities and depreciation expense. Change in net assets 1,173,088$ Net amount allocated to business activities 500,597 Depreciation 1,927,475 3,601,160 Change in net assets of governmental activities 3,740,072$ The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Reconciliation of the Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances of Governmental Funds to the Statement of Activities 34 Governmental Activities Electric Water Wastewater Other Enterprise Funds Total Enterprise Funds Internal Service Funds Assets Current assets Cash and cash equivalents 14,621,510$ 6,974,947$ 6,791,469$ 797,418$ 29,185,344$ 15,991,682$ Investments 2,123,233 1,012,853 986,210 115,796 4,238,092 2,322,199 Restricted assets Cash and cash equivalents 4,488,461 1,066,906 3,302,165 - 8,857,532 - Investments 651,783 154,929 479,517 - 1,286,229 - Receivables (net of all. for uncollectible) 13,912,814 2,733,427 1,822,459 932,931 19,401,631 41,336 Due from other funds 40,000 40,000 40,000 - 120,000 - Inventories 1,485,279 413,517 33,316 17,309 1,949,421 84,297 Total current assets 37,323,080 12,396,579 13,455,136 1,863,454 65,038,249 18,439,514 Noncurrent assets Advance to other funds 40,000 40,000 40,000 - 120,000 - Equity in joint venture - - - 12,213,396 12,213,396 - Loan receivable - - - 4,550,000 4,550,000 - Bond issuance charges 409,942 366,152 270,187 34,645 1,080,926 - Accumulated amortization (84,708) (108,441) (72,742) (13,292) (279,183) - Total deferred charges 325,234 257,711 197,445 21,353 801,743 - Capital assets Utility plant 157,449,053 156,083,897 121,531,888 - 435,064,838 695,793 Buildings - - - 5,743,755 5,743,755 786,525 Machinery and equipment - - - 6,385,530 6,385,530 22,901,320 Less accumulated depreciation (72,983,313) (43,332,703) (42,112,390) (4,823,570) (163,251,976) (16,268,714) Construction in progress 8,815,046 6,844,127 4,771,153 - 20,430,326 - Land - - - 690,750 690,750 - Total capital assets 93,280,786 119,595,321 84,190,651 7,996,465 305,063,223 8,114,924 Total noncurrent assets 93,646,020 119,893,032 84,428,096 24,781,214 322,748,362 8,114,924 Total assets 130,969,100$ 132,289,611$ 97,883,232$ 26,644,668$ 387,786,611$ 26,554,438$ Liabilities Current liabilities Accounts payable 15,476,044$ 705,250$ 257,268$ 295,975$ 16,734,537$ 651,045$ Accrued liabilities 323,734 41,615 66,920 98,891 531,160 54,154 Retainage payable 3,857 213,502 50,388 - 267,747 - Customer construction advances - 15,245 26,544 - 41,789 - Claims payable - - - - - 1,515,910 Other deferred revenues - - - 91,134 91,134 - Payable from restricted assets Accrued interest payable 307,848 296,847 218,561 30,275 853,531 - Refundable deposits 2,502,949 367,826 4,592 4,200 2,879,567 - General obligation bonds 665,702 1,183,666 1,551,718 393,174 3,794,260 - Certificates of obligation 1,479,854 657,543 574,825 220,000 2,932,222 - Revenue bonds 1,206,221 1,430,727 1,026,016 - 3,662,964 - Total current liabilities 21,966,209 4,912,221 3,776,832 1,133,649 31,788,911 2,221,109 Noncurrent liabilities General obligation bonds (net) 8,856,277 10,690,831 12,607,231 2,319,045 34,473,384 - Certificates of obligation 30,531,079 15,168,376 10,912,153 4,330,000 60,941,608 - Revenue bonds (net) 12,407,100 19,287,830 9,714,118 - 41,409,048 - Accrued vacation 204,329 75,265 135,292 94,308 509,194 99,878 Post employment benefits 587,148 200,318 313,385 228,769 1,329,620 275,607 Net pension obligation 488,063 166,796 261,337 190,944 1,107,140 230,926 Total noncurrent liabilites 53,073,996 45,589,416 33,943,516 7,163,066 139,769,994 606,411 Total liabilities 75,040,205$ 50,501,637$ 37,720,348$ 8,296,715$ 171,558,905$ 2,827,520$ Net assets Invested in capital, net of related debt 49,517,666 72,072,862 51,916,275 5,274,215 178,781,018 8,114,924 Restricted for: Debt service 435,933 565,538 579,521 - 1,580,992 - Unrestricted 5,975,296 9,149,574 7,667,088 13,073,738 35,865,696 15,611,994 Total net assets 55,928,895$ 81,787,974$ 60,162,884$ 18,347,953$ 216,227,706 23,726,918$ Adjustment to reflect the consolidation of internal services fund activities related to enterprise funds: 3,075,008 Net assets of business-type activities:219,302,714$ The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. Business-type Activities-Enterprise Funds CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Statement of Net Assets Proprietary Funds September 30, 2012 35 Governmental Activities Electric Water Wastewater Other Enterprise Funds Total Enterprise Funds Internal Service Funds Operating revenues Charges for services 94,396,234$ 14,690,747$ 12,961,702$ 8,337,830$ 130,386,513$ 7,255,724$ Premiums - - - - - 10,535,499 Other 2,226,996 365,568 264,659 14,011 2,871,234 451,185 Total operating revenues 96,623,230 15,056,315 13,226,361 8,351,841 133,257,747 18,242,408 Operating expenses Electric operations 78,520,915 - - - 78,520,915 - Salaries and benefits - 1,838,426 2,886,482 2,404,074 7,128,982 2,492,349 Supplies - 566,283 690,882 628,539 1,885,704 937,488 Maintenance - 75,577 149,670 497,332 722,579 36,380 Purchased professional services - 205,588 133,995 726,927 1,066,510 166,052 Other purchased services - 1,391,429 1,428,592 2,801,028 5,621,049 769,905 Claims - - - - - 5,545,642 Administration fee - - - - - 1,090,460 Contributions - - - - - 2,322,274 Premiums - - - - - 1,313,186 Depreciation 5,118,929 4,151,190 4,206,905 872,839 14,349,863 1,927,475 Other 752,800 233,046 53,977 34,207 1,074,030 62,994 Total operating expenses 84,392,644 8,461,539 9,550,503 7,964,946 110,369,632 16,664,205 Operating income 12,230,586 6,594,776 3,675,858 386,895 22,888,115 1,578,203 Nonoperating revenues (expenses) Investment income 62,556 37,635 36,783 5,972 142,946 72,645 Gain (loss) on disposal of assets (9,405) 73,666 (2,197) (58,431) 3,633 459,024 Earnings in joint venture - - - (730,842) (730,842) - Intergovernmental - - - 9,718 9,718 1,535 Interest expense (1,913,518) (2,108,347) (1,362,030) (83,054) (5,466,949) - Debt issuance costs (5,158) (3,018) (3,766) (235) (12,177) - Other, net (920,398) (504,480) 291,550 (2,803) (1,136,131) (14,602) Total nonoperating revenues (expenses) (2,785,923) (2,504,544) (1,039,660) (859,675) (7,189,802) 518,602 Income before capital contributions and transfers 9,444,663 4,090,232 2,636,198 (472,780) 15,698,313 2,096,805 Capital contributions and transfers Capital contributions 1,412,627 1,630,620 2,146,658 1,701,011 6,890,916 - Transfers in 1,733,190 15,961 15,961 220,633 1,985,745 200,000 Transfers out (8,093,518) (2,786,903) (2,330,894) (1,276,616) (14,487,931) (626,215) Total capital contributions and transfers (4,947,701) (1,140,322) (168,275) 645,028 (5,611,270) (426,215) Change in net assets 4,496,962 2,949,910 2,467,923 172,248 10,087,043 1,670,590 Beginning net assets 51,431,933 80,761,895 59,100,543 18,175,705 22,056,328 Prior period adjustment - (1,923,831) (1,405,582) - (3,329,413) - Ending net assets 55,928,895$ 81,787,974$ 60,162,884$ 18,347,953$ 23,726,918$ Adjustment to reflect the consolidation of internal service fund activities related to enterprise funds: 683,407 Change in net assets of business-type activities: 7,441,037$ The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets Proprietary Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 Business-type Activities - Enterprise Funds 36 Governmental Activities Other Total Internal Enterprise Enterprise Service Electric Water Wastewater Funds Funds Funds Cash flows from operating activities: Cash received from customers 96,027,721$ 15,433,734$ 12,871,552$ 8,252,610$ 132,585,617$ 18,264,420$ Cash payments to suppliers for goods and services (76,733,340) (2,745,540) (2,538,299) (4,758,878) (86,776,057) (13,993,326) Cash payments to employees for services (5,089,841) (1,780,228) (2,791,870) (2,287,476) (11,949,415) (1,910,392) Customer deposits received 911,404 15,371 4,592 - 931,367 - Cash paid for miscellaneous services (853,001) (310,340) - (193,795) (1,357,136) (3,092) Cash received for miscellaneous revenues - - 268,864 15,713 284,577 147,620 Cash received from other funds 40,000 40,000 40,000 - 120,000 - Net cash provided (used) by operating activities 14,302,943 10,652,997 7,854,839 1,028,174 33,838,953 2,505,230 Cash flows from noncapital financing activities: Transfers in from other funds 1,733,190 15,961 15,961 220,633 1,985,745 200,000 Transfers out to other funds (8,093,518) (2,786,903) (2,330,894) (1,276,616) (14,487,931) (626,215) Net cash provided (used) by noncapital financing activities (6,360,328) (2,770,942) (2,314,933) (1,055,983) (12,502,186) (426,215) Cash flows from capital and related financing activities: Acquisition and construction of capital assets (7,872,190) (6,607,355) (8,583,178) (1,847,813) (24,910,536) (1,902,928) Capital grants and contributions 1,412,627 1,630,620 2,146,658 1,701,011 6,890,916 - Proceeds from sale of assets - 249,000 - - 249,000 301,429 Proceeds from certificates of obligation and general obligation bonds 8,051,442 2,989,382 6,012,009 - 17,052,833 - Principal paid on certificates of obligation and general obligation bonds (2,809,158) (2,765,068) (2,740,776) (381,026) (8,696,028) - Interest paid on certificates of obligation and general obligation bonds (1,831,297) (2,030,825) 1,242,823 (84,000) (2,703,299) - Net cash provided (used) by capital and related financing activities (3,048,576) (6,534,246) (1,922,464) (611,828) (12,117,114) (1,601,499) Cash flows from investing activities: Purchase of investments (7,470,156) (3,169,851) (3,912,668) (339,979) (14,892,654) (6,372,129) Proceeds from sale and maturities of investment securities 5,865,076 2,548,355 2,997,148 331,072 11,741,651 5,277,400 Investment income 62,556 39,448 36,783 5,972 144,759 72,645 Net cash provided (used) by investing activities (1,542,524) (582,048) (878,737) (2,935) (3,006,244) (1,022,084) Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents 3,351,515 765,761 2,738,705 (642,572) 6,213,409 (544,568) Cash and cash equivalents, Oct. 1 15,758,456 7,276,092 7,354,929 1,439,990 31,829,467 16,536,250 Cash and cash equivalents, Sept. 30 19,109,971$ 8,041,853$ 10,093,634$ 797,418$ 38,042,876$ 15,991,682$ Reconciliation of operating income to net cash Provided by operating activities: Operating income 12,230,586$ 6,594,776$ 3,675,858$ 386,895$ 22,888,115$ 1,578,203$ Adjustment to reconcile operating income to net Cash provided (used) by operating activities: Depreciation, bad debt expense, inventory loss 5,118,929 4,151,190 4,206,905 872,839 14,349,863 1,927,475 Miscellaneous nonoperating revenues - - 268,864 15,713 284,577 147,620 Miscellaneous nonoperating expenses (853,001) (310,340) - (193,795) (1,357,136) (3,092) Changes in assets and liabilities: Change in accounts receivable (595,509) 377,419 (354,809) (90,405) (663,304) 22,012 Change in inventory (97,595) (24,261) 2,748 (2,906) (122,014) 4,208 Change in accounts payable (2,556,854) (255,822) (92,364) (23,480) (2,928,520) (1,010,210) Change in due from other funds 40,000 40,000 40,000 - 120,000 - Change in refundable deposits 911,404 15,371 4,592 (2,470) 928,897 - Change in claims payable - - - - - (228,546) Change in accrued liabilities (63,827) 7,639 9,825 (12,669) (59,032) (2,778) Change in deferred revenue - - - (6,356) (6,356) - Change in accrued vacation (6,170) (1,439) 1,348 13,575 7,314 (8,294) Change in OPEB 102,910 34,385 54,033 41,894 233,222 46,244 Change in net pension obligation 72,070 24,079 37,839 29,339 163,327 32,388 Total adjustments 2,072,357 4,058,221 4,178,981 641,279 10,950,838 927,027 Net cash provided (used) by operating activities 14,302,943$ 10,652,997$ 7,854,839$ 1,028,174$ 33,838,953$ 2,505,230$ Noncash investing, capital, and financing activities Impact of debt refunding (see note: IV.H) Change in general obligation improvement and refunding bonds 6,110,000 30,000 3,430,000 - 9,570,000 - Change in certificates of obligation (3,225,000) - (2,740,000) - (5,965,000) - Change in utility revenue bonds (3,615,000) (36,000) (1,134,000) - (4,785,000) - The notes to the financial statements are an integral part of this statement. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Statement of Cash Flows Proprietary Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 Business-type Activities - Enterprise Funds 37 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  I. Summary of Significant Accounting Policies A. Financial Reporting Entity The City of College Station, Texas (“City”), the financial reporting entity presented in these financial statements, was incorporated in 1938 as a municipal corporation incorporated under the provisions of H.B. 901 of the Texas Legislature. The City operates under a Council-Manager form of government and provides such services as authorized by its charter to advance the welfare, health, comfort, safety and convenience of the City and its inhabitants. The accounting and reporting policies of the City relating to the funds included in the accompanying basic financial statements conform to accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (GAAP) applicable to state and local governments. Generally accepted accounting principles for local governments include those principles prescribed by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in the publication entitled State and Local Governments-Audit and Accounting Guide and by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (when applicable). As allowed in Section P80 of GASB’s Codification of Governmental Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards, the City has elected not to apply Financial Accounting Standards Board Statements and Interpretations, Accounting Principles Board Opinions, and Accounting Research Bulletins of the Committee of Accounting Procedure issued after November 30, 1989. Governments also have the option of following subsequent private sector guidance for their business-type activities and enterprise funds, subject to this same limitation. The City has elected to not follow subsequent private sector guidance. The more significant accounting policies of the City are described below. The City’s basic financial statements include the accounts of all City operations. The criteria for including organizations as component units within the City’s reporting entity, as set forth in Section 2100 of GASB’s Codification of Governmental Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards, include whether:  The organization is legally separate (can sue and be sued in their own name)  The City holds the corporate powers of the organization  The City appoints a voting majority of the organization’s board  The city is able to impose its will on the organization  The organization has the potential to impose a financial benefit/burden on the City  There is a fiscal dependency by the organization on the City. Based on the aforementioned criteria, the City has no component units. B. Government-Wide and Fund Financial Statements The government-wide financial statements (e.g., the statement of net assets and the statement of activities) report information on all of the activities of the City. For the most part, the effect of interfund activity has been removed from these statements. Governmental activities, which normally are supported by taxes and intergovernmental revenues, are reported separately from business-type activities, which rely to a significant extent on fees and charges for support. The statement of activities demonstrates the degree to which the direct expenses for a given function or segment is offset by program revenues. Direct expenses are those that are clearly identifiable with a specific function or segment. Program revenues include (1) charges to customers or applicants who purchase, use or directly benefit from goods, services or privileges provided by a given function or segment and (2) grants and contributions that are restricted to meeting the operational or capital requirements of a particular 38 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  function or segment. Taxes and other items not properly included among programs revenues are reported instead as general revenues. Separate financial statements are provided for governmental funds and proprietary funds. Major individual governmental funds and major individual enterprise funds are reported as separate columns in the fund financial statements. C. Measurement Focus, Basis of Accounting and Financial Statement Presentation Measurement focus refers to the type of information a given fund presents; basis of accounting refers to when revenues and expenditures are recognized in the accounts and reported in the financial statements. Basis of accounting relates to the timing of the measurement made, regardless of the measurement focuses applied. The government-wide financial statements and fund financial statements for proprietary funds are reported using the economic resources measurement focus and the accrual basis of accounting. The economic resources measurement focus means all assets and liabilities (whether current or noncurrent) are included on the statement of net assets and the operating statements present increases (revenues) and decreases (expenses) in net total assets. Revenues are recorded when earned and expenses are recorded when a liability is incurred, regardless of the timing of related cash flows. Property taxes are recognized as revenues in the year for which they are levied. Grants and similar items are recognized as revenue as soon as all eligibility requirements have been met. Governmental fund financial statements are reported using the current financial resources measurement focus and the modified accrual basis of accounting. Under the modified accrual basis of accounting, revenues are recognized as soon as they are both measurable and available. “Measurable” means the amount of the transaction can be determined and “available” means collectible within the current period or soon enough thereafter to be used to pay liabilities of the current period. The City considers revenues to be available if they are collected within 30 days of the end of the current fiscal period. Expenditures are generally recorded when a liability is incurred, as under accrual accounting. However, debt service expenditures, as well as expenditures related to vacation, claims, and judgments are recorded only when payment is due. Property taxes, other local taxes, licenses, and interest associated with the current fiscal period are all considered to be susceptible to accrual and, therefore, have been recognized as revenues of the current fiscal period. All other revenue items are considered to be measureable and available only when the City receives cash. The City reports the following major governmental funds: The General Fund is the City’s primary operating fund. It accounts for all financial resources of the general government, except those required to be accounted for in another fund. All general tax revenues and other receipts that are not restricted by law or contractual agreement to some other fund are accounted for in this fund. General operating expenditures, fixed charges and capital improvement costs that are not paid through other funds are paid from the General Fund. The Debt Service Fund accounts for the financial resources that are restricted, committed, or assigned to expenditure for the payment of principal and interest on long-term debt paid primarily from taxes levied by the City. Financial resources that are being accumulated from principal and interest in future years are also reported in the Debt Service Fund. 39 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  The Streets Projects Fund accounts for the costs of new street construction, street improvements, and traffic signalization made with funds provided primarily by proceeds from the sale of general obligation bonds and by investing those proceeds. The City reports the following major proprietary funds: The Electric Fund accounts for the activities necessary to provide electric services to the residents of the City. These activities include administration, distribution system operations and maintenance, transmission system operations and maintenance, new construction, and financing and related debt services. Billing and collection services are accounted for as an internal service fund. The Water Fund accounts for the activities necessary to provide water services to the residents of the City. These activities include administrative services, water production and distribution system operation and maintenance, new construction, and financing and related debt services. Billing and collection services are accounted for as an internal service fund. The Wastewater Fund accounts for the activities necessary to provide wastewater services to the residents of the City. These activities include administrative services, wastewater system operation and maintenance, new construction, and financing and related debt services. Billing and collection services are accounted for as an internal service fund. Additionally, the City reports the following fund types: Internal Services Funds account for activities related to the operation and maintenance of the City’s radio and telephone systems; administration of health insurance provided to City employees; the City’s risk management activities, including general liability, unemployment and workers’ compensation claims and associated administrative expenses on a cost reimbursement basis; utility billing and collection activities related to the City’s electric, water, and wastewater utilities and residential and commercial garbage collections; activities related to the management of the City’s vehicles and heavy equipment, including preventative maintenance and vehicle repair; and activities related to the purchase and replacement of vehicles and large motorized equipment, telephone and radio systems, and technological infrastructure equipment not budgeted in other funds. In general, the effect of internal fund activity has been eliminated from the government-wide financial statements. Exceptions to this rule are payments-in-lieu of taxes, indirect costs and franchise fees, and other charges between the City’s Electric, Water, and Wastewater Funds because elimination of these charges would distort the direct costs and program revenues reported in the Statement of Activities. Amounts reported as program revenues include (1) charges to customers or applicants who purchase, use, or directly benefit from goods, services, or privileges provided by a given function or segment and (2) grants and contributions that are restricted to meeting the operational or capital requirements of a particular function or segment. Taxes and other items not properly included among program revenues are reported instead as general revenues. Proprietary funds distinguish operation revenues and expenses from non-operating items. Operating revenues and expenses generally result from providing services in connection with the fund’s principal ongoing operations. The principal operation revenues of the City’s enterprise funds are charges for customer services including electric, water, wastewater, and sanitation fees; while internal service funds revenues are for equipment purchase amounts and risk management charges. Operating expenses for enterprise fund and internal services funds include the cost of services, administrative expenses, and 40 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  depreciation on capital assets. All revenues and expenses not meeting this definition are reported as non- operating revenues and expenses. When both restricted and unrestricted resources are available for use, it is the City’s policy to use restricted resources first, and then unrestricted resources as they are needed. D. Assets, Liabilities and Net Assets or Equity Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash and cash equivalents are short term highly liquid investments that are (a) readily convertible to known amounts of cash and (b) so near their maturity that they present insignificant risk of changes in value because of changes in interest rates. Therefore, for purposes of the statement of cash flow, cash and cash equivalents (including restricted assets) include demand accounts, investments pools, money market mutual funds, certificates of deposit and agency securities notes with original maturities of three months or less when purchased. All cash, except for petty cash accounts, is deposited with the City’s depository bank in interest bearing accounts or is invested. The City uses a pooling method to account for cash and cash equivalents. Equity in cash and cash equivalents and interest income from the cash pool allocated to the participating funds on a monthly basis. The amount of the allocation is determined by calculating a ratio of each fund’s equity in the pool to the total pool. Investments Investments are made in accordance with the City’s Investment Policy which was adopted by the City Council in October 2011 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012. This policy is applicable to all city funds and permits investment in obligations of U.S. Government or its agencies, repurchase agreements, commercial paper, certificates of deposit, public funds investment pools, and money market mutual funds. This policy states that the City’s Executive Director of Business Services shall designate the City’s Investment Office with whom responsibility and authority for investment transactions reside. The investments purchased under the provisions of the Investment Policy are managed to maintain liquidity for meeting the City’s needs for cash and to limit potential market risks in periods of rising interest rates which depress the market value of securities. As a guideline, maturity of securities should not exceed five years for cash management purposes, with an optimum weighted average maturity of less than two years. Investments in securities with a maturity of more than two years are considered prudent for funds maintained for capital construction and debt service funds, if necessary to meet projected disbursement schedules. As a general guideline, the City’s cash management portfolio is designed with the objective of meeting, over the course of full market cycles, the average return on three-month U.S. Treasury bills, or the average rate of federal funds, whichever is higher. These indices are considered benchmarks for riskless investment transactions and therefore comprise a standard for the portfolio’s rate of return. The investment program seeks to augment rates of return above this level. In a diversified portfolio, measured losses are inevitable and must be considered within the context of the overall portfolio. The objective of investment in construction funds should at least match inflation increases in construction costs. Active portfolio management includes the practice of selling securities prior to maturity and using the proceeds to purchase other securities. Such “swaps” are performed for a variety of valid reasons: to lengthen 41 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  maturities as interest rates rise, to secure market profits and shorten maturities as interest rates fall, and to take advantage of differences in relative yield between different types of securities and varying maturities. “Swaps” analysis is the responsibility of the City’s Investment Officer and the decision to execute the “swap” rests with her. To protect the portfolio from imprudent trading, no security may be sold until such time as the current market value of the security plus interest earned from date of purchase is at least equal to the purchase price of that security. State statutes authorize the City to invest in fully insured time deposits, direct debt securities of the United States or its agencies, and fully collateralized repurchase agreements. The repurchase agreements must be purchased pursuant to a master repurchase agreement which specifies that the transaction be held in a safekeeping account subject to the control and custody of the City. Investments in security repurchase agreements may be made only with the City’s depository bank, with state or national banks domiciled in the state of Texas, or with securities dealers reporting to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (“Primary Dealers”). All securities are purchased delivery versus payment and held in the City’s name in a safekeeping account at The Bank of New York. Investments of all funds may consist of Agency securities, money market mutual funds, certificates of deposit and investments in public funds investment pool. Investments are stated at fair value in accordance with GASB Statement No. 31, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Certain Investments and for External Investment Pools. In 2011, the City adopted GASB No.59, Financial Instruments Omnibus. See Note IV-A regarding 2a7-like pools. The City also uses a pooling method to account for investments. Equity in investments and interest income from the investment pool is allocated to the participating funds on a monthly basis and is determined by calculating a ratio of each fund’s equity in the investment pool to the total pool. Inventories, Assets Held for Resale and Prepaid Costs Inventories are accounted for using the consumption method and are valued at year-end based on cost, with costs determined using an average cost method. Assets held for resale include redevelopment properties, properties purchased and constructed with the express intent of resale. These assets are reported at cost in the governmental funds. Cemetery plots are another example of assets held for resale in the governmental funds. City ordinance stipulates the percentage of cemetery plot sales to be allocated to the operational fund. These assets held for resale in the nonmajor governmental Community Development and Cemetery funds are reported as inventory in the financial statements and accounted for using the purchases method. Payments made to vendors for services that will benefit periods beyond September 30, 2012, are recorded as prepaid costs with a reserve for prepaid items recognized in the governmental funds in the fund level financial statements to indicate that a portion of fund balance is not available for other subsequent expenditures. Interfund Transaction and Receivables/Payables Activity between funds that are representative of lending/borrowing arrangements outstanding at the end of the fiscal year are referred to as either “due to/from other funds” (i.e., the current portion of interfund loans) or “advances to/from other funds” (i.e., the non-current portion of interfund loans). All other outstanding balances between funds are reported as “due to/from other funds”. Any residual balances outstanding 42 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  between governmental activities and business-type activities are reported in the government-wide financial statements as “internal balances.” Transactions between Funds The City allocates an indirect cost percentage of administrative services paid through the General Fund along with other indirect costs deemed necessary for the operation of the proprietary funds, internal service funds and the other governmental funds. Restricted Assets In the Enterprise Funds, proceeds of utility revenue bonds and certificates of obligations, as well as resources set aside for their repayment, are classified as restricted assets on the balance sheet because their use is limited by applicable bond covenants. In addition, customer utility deposits are classified as restricted assets because the deposit remains the property of the customer and is not available for operations. Investment in Joint Venture The Proprietary Funds’ investment in joint venture is recorded using the equity method of accounting. Required disclosures concerning the joint venture are presented in Note V-C. Capital Assets Capital assets include property, plant, equipment, and infrastructure assets (e.g., roads, bridges, sidewalks, and similar items) and are reported in the applicable governmental or business-type activities columns in the government-wide financial statements. Capital assets are defined by the City as assets with an initial, individual cost of more than $5,000 and an estimated useful life in excess of three years. Such assets are recorded at historical cost or estimated historical cost if purchased or constructed. Donated capital assets are recorded at estimated fair market value at the date of donation. Assets owned by the electric utility are capitalized in accordance with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) guidelines. Furthermore, assets owned by either the Water or Wastewater utilities are capitalized in accordance with the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) guidelines. The costs of normal maintenance and repairs that do not add to the value of the assets or materially extend the asset’s useful life are not capitalized. Major outlays for capital assets and improvements are capitalized as projects are constructed. In accordance with Financial Accounting Standards Board ASC 980 Regulated Operations, interest is not capitalized during construction of capital assets of business-type activities because interest is recovered currently in the City’s established rate structure. Depreciation of all assets is recorded and calculated using the straight-line method over the following estimated useful lives: Electric system 1-50 Years Water system 2-50 Years Wastewater system 2-50 Years Infrastructure 10-50 Years Buildings and building improvements 5-50 Years Land improvements 10-45 Years Machinery and equipment 5-20 Years Motor vehicles 3-12 Years Furniture, fixtures and office equipment 5-20 Years 43 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  Compensated Absences Employees are credited with vacation at rates of 10 to 20 days per year, depending upon length of service. Carryover of unused vacation time from one year to the next is allowed for a maximum of two years. Upon termination, the respective employees are paid for any accrued vacation not taken (up to the two year maximum). Accumulated vacation is accrued when earned in the government-wide and proprietary fund financial statements. No liability has been recorded in the governmental fund financial statements. Employees are credited with sick leave at the rate of one day per month. There is no maximum to the number of sick days that each employee can accumulate. Because the City does not pay employees for unused accumulated sick leave, no related liability has been recorded in the financial statements. Changes in compensated absences for the year ending September 30, 2012 were as follows: Beginning Balance Earned Paid Ending Balance Amount Due Within One Year Governmental activities 2,452,743$ 339,597$ (383,444)$ 2,408,896$ 197,551$ Business type activities 561,157 85,949 (88,352) 558,754 45,822 Total comp. Absences 3,013,900$ 425,546$ (471,796)$ 2,967,650$ 243,373$  Internal service funds predominantly serve the governmental funds. All internal service funds, except for the utility customer service fund, are included as part of the above totals for governmental activities. At year end $54,445 of internal service funds’ accrued vacation was included in governmental activities, and $53,624 of accrued vacation for the utility customer service fund was included in business type activities. For the governmental activities, accrued vacation is generally liquidated by the general fund. Long-Term Obligations In the government-wide financial statements and in the fund financial statements for the proprietary fund types, long-term debt and other long-term obligations are reported as liabilities in the applicable governmental activities, business-type activities, or proprietary fund statement of net assets. Bond premiums and discounts, as well as issuance costs, are deferred and amortized over the life of the bonds using the straight-line method. Bonds payable are reported net of the applicable bond premium or discount and deferred amounts on refunding. Bond issuance costs are reported as deferred charges and amortized over the term of the related debt. In the fund financial statements, governmental fund types recognize bond premiums and discounts, as well as bond issuance costs, during the current period. The face amount of debt issued is reported as other financing sources. Premiums received on debt issuances are reported as other financing sources while discounts on debt issuances are reported as other financing uses. Issuance costs, whether or not withheld from the actual debt proceeds received, are reported as debt service expenditures. Fund Equity In the fund financial statements, governmental funds report fund balance classifications that comprise a hierarchy based primarily on the specific purposes for which amounts in those funds can be spent. In the fiscal year ended September 30, 2009, the City adopted the Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement (GASBS) number 54, “Fund Balance Reporting and Governmental Fund Type Definitions.” GASBS 54 provides for and the City uses the following classifications: Nonspendable Fund Balance includes amounts that cannot be spent because they are not in spendable form. The “not in spendable form” criterion includes items that are not expected to be converted to cash, for 44 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  example, inventories and prepaid amounts. It also includes the long-term amount of loans receivable as well as property acquired for resale. Restricted Fund Balance is reported when constraints placed on the use of resources are either (a) externally imposed by creditors, grantors, contributors, or laws or regulations of other governments; or (b) imposed by law through constitutional provisions or enabling legislation. Committed Fund Balance includes amounts that can only be used for specific purposes pursuant to constraints imposed by the government’s highest level of decision-making authority, the City Council, by approval of an ordinance. These committed amounts cannot be used for any other purpose unless the government removes or changes the specified use by taking the same type of action (for example, resolution or ordinance) it employed to previously commit these amounts. Assigned Fund Balance includes amounts that are constrained by the government’s intent to be used for specific purposes, but are neither restricted nor committed. Intent is expressed by the governing body itself, the City Council, or a body (a budget or finance committee, for example) or official to which the governing body has delegated the authority to assign amounts to be used for specific purposes. Assignments may not result in a deficit in Unassigned Fund Balance. Unassigned Fund Balance is the residual classification for the General Fund. This classification represents fund balance that has not been assigned to other funds and that has not been restricted, committed, or assigned to specific purposes within the General Fund. In other governmental funds, if expenditures incurred for specific purposes exceeded the amounts restricted, committed, or assigned to those purposes, it may be necessary to report a negative unassigned fund balance. When fund balances are available for use and the usage requirements met, the City reduces the committed amounts first, followed by the assigned amounts and then the unassigned amount lastly. When both restricted and unrestricted resources are available for use, it is the City's policy to use restricted resources first, and then unrestricted resources as they are needed. E. Budgetary Control The City follows these procedures in establishing budgetary data: 1. Prior to September 1, City Manager submits to City Council a proposed operating budget for the upcoming fiscal year beginning October 1. The operating budget includes proposed expenditures and the means for financing them. 2. All budget requests are compiled by the Office of Budget & Financial Reporting and then presented with comparative and supporting data to the Mayor and City Council for review. 3. Public hearings are properly advertised and conducted at City Hall for taxpayer comments. 4. Prior to September 27, the budget is legally enacted through passage of an ordinance. 5. The City Council must approve all transfers of budgeted amounts between departments within any fund and any revision that alters the total expenditures of any fund. An amount is also budgeted each year for contingencies which may arise. The Council has authorized the City Manager to make budget transfers for contingencies if the amount does not exceed $15,000. All other transfers must be approved by City Council. 45 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  Departments may transfer amounts among individual budget line items within major expenditure categories during the year, but no such transfer may increase the overall total budget without Council approval. Budgeted amounts as originally adopted were not significantly changed by such transfers during the year. 6. In accordance with the City Charter, the budget may be amended after the following conditions are met: (a) The City Manager certifies that there are available revenues in excess of those estimated in the budget. (b) The City Council holds a public hearing on the supplemental appropriation. (c) The City Council approves the supplemental appropriation. Management may not amend the budget without seeking the approval of the City Council. F. Budget Basis of Accounting The City prepares its annual budget on a basis (budget basis) which differs from a GAAP basis. The budget and all transactions are presented in accordance with the City’s method (budget basis) in the Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance – Budget and Actual - General Fund to provide a meaningful comparison of actual results with the budget. The differences between budget and GAAP basis in the General Fund are that reimbursements and transfers of indirect costs are shown as Reimbursed Administration and interfund loan transactions are treated as transfers for budget basis. Consistent with the purchases method, assets held for resale are treated as expenditures for budget purposes. II. Minimum Fund Balance/Operating Reserve Policies The unobligated (unassigned) fund balance in the General Fund should be at least 15% of the annual budgeted General Fund expenditures. This percentage is the equivalent of 55 days expenditure. An additional amount of 3.0% should be maintained for extraordinary items or contingencies. Cash and investments alone should be equivalent to 30 days operating expenditures. The working capital (current assets less current liabilities) in the enterprise funds should be maintained at 15% of total operating expenses or the equivalent of 55 days. Cash and Investments alone should be equivalent to 30 days of operations. 46 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  III. Stewardship, Compliance, and Accountability A. Budgetary Information The Council approved three budget amendments during fiscal year 2012. These three budget amendments included the following appropriations: Conv center land debt defeasance 5,231,168$ Neighborhood park land zone 6 31,168 Encumbrance roll 2,303,033 Economic development master plan 19,885 Wolf Pen Creek TIF payments 570,784 Grants: Police dept overage 393,084 CDBG / ARRA funds transfer 599,642 Hybrid sanitation truck 375,050 Fire emergency response alerting system 210,168 Veteran's park synthetic fields 280,000 2011 Homeland 51,824 B/CS wayfinding project 256,000 2011 JAG 17,285 Sanitation overage 200,949 Bullet proof vest 13,352 Fleet maintenance overage 118,636 2009 ARRA 12,266 Replacement of sludge truck 115,616 Recycling grant 10,700 Street meter upgrade 95,209 2010 JAG 8,106 Fleet wash rack 89,272 2010 Homeland 7,032 Emergency rebuild of ambulance 80,000 CS history book funding 5,000 Hybrid trucks purchase 75,510 Rolf Jensen Grant (FIRE) 3,457 Lincoln center expansion 75,000 11,249,196$       1. Budget appropriations are adopted at the fund level for all funds except the General Fund. In the General Fund, budget appropriations are adopted at the department level. Expenditures in excess of appropriations for each fund are prohibited by the City Charter. Appropriations lapse at the end of the budget year if they have not been expended or lawfully encumbered. 2. Formal budgetary integration is legally enacted and employed as a management control device during the year for all funds. 3. Encumbrance accounting is employed in governmental funds. Encumbrances (e.g., purchase orders, contracts) outstanding at year end are reported as assignments of fund balances and do not constitute expenditures or liabilities. B. Excess of Expenditures over Appropriations The amounts of any excesses of expenditures over appropriations during fiscal year 2012 and the funds in which they occurred are as follows: Fund Amount General Government Projects 5,146,354$ Streets Projects 1,490,709 Parks Projects 983,076 Debt Service Fund 307,934 Traffic Safety Fund 11,100   47 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  IV. Detailed Notes on All Funds A. Cash and Investments Cash and investments are accounted for within the pooled cash fund of the City. The City records investments at fair value in accordance with GASB Statement No. 31, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Certain Investments and for External Investment Pools. Cash and cash equivalents, investment balances and interest income are allocated to the City’s participating funds on a monthly basis. The amount of the allocation is based on each fund's proportional equity to total pooled equity. Weighted Average Fair Value Maturity(days) Bank Demand accounts 55,765,031$ 1 Money Market accounts 20,338,586 1 Certificates of Deposits 15,104,346 152 Texas Local Government Investment Pool 27,960,705 1 119,168,668$ Portfolio Weighted Average Maturity 20     Interest rate risk: In accordance with the City's Investment Policy, interest rate risk is managed by limiting the weighted average maturity of the investment portfolio to two years (approximately 720 days) or less and by limiting the maximum maturity of any security purchased to five years or less. Credit risk: Investments authorized by the City’s policy are those approved by the revised State of Texas Public Funds Investment Act of 1997 and 2011 and the Texas Public Collateral Act of 1989. These investments include the following: 1. Direct obligations of the United States government: U.S. Treasury Bills, U.S. Treasury Notes, and U.S. Treasury Bonds as well as Bonds or other interest bearing obligations for which the principal and interest are guaranteed by the full faith and credit of the United States government and rated not less than A or its equivalent by at least one nationally recognized investment rating firm. 2. Federal Agencies and Instrumentalities including but not limited to, discount notes, callables and debentures of the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA), the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB), the Federal Farm Credit Bank (FFCB), and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC). 3. Time Certificates of Deposit, insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or its successor, or the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund or its successor, in state or national banks. Any deposits exceeding FDIC insurance limits shall be collateralized at 102% of the face amount of the Certificate of Deposit by securities listed in 1 - 2 above and held by the City's custodial bank or the custodial bank of the institution the CD’s are held. Bids for Certificates of Deposit may be solicited orally, in writing, electronically or using any combination of these methods. 48 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  4. Repurchase Agreements with a defined termination date of 90 days or less collateralized by a combination of cash and securities listed in 1 - 2 above. Collateral must have a minimum market value of 102% of the repurchase agreement, and must be held by the custodian bank or other independent third-party custodian contracted by the City. Bond proceeds may be invested in flexible repurchase agreements with maturity dates not exceeding the expected final project expenditure if a formal bidding process is followed and properly documented for IRS purposes. 5. Commercial Paper maturing within 180 days carrying a minimum rating not less than A-1 or P-1 or equivalent by two nationally recognized rating agencies, or; rated not less than A-1 or P-1 equivalent by one nationally recognized rating agency plus secured by an irrevocable letter of credit issued by a domestic bank. 6. AAA rated Money Market Mutual Funds registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission that invest exclusively in investments described in this section. 7. AAA-rated Investment Pools organized under the Texas Interlocal Cooperation Act that follow the requirements in the Public Funds Investment Act and which have been specifically approved by the City. The City is a voluntary participant in two external investment pools, Texpool and TexSTAR. The pools are 2a7-like pools, which are not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as an investment company, but have a policy that it will, and does, operate in a manner consistent with the SEC’s Rule 2a7 of the Investment Company Act of 1940. This type of pool uses amortized investment costs rather than market values to compute participant share values. Furthermore, the pools in which the City participates seek to maintain a stable $1 net asset value per share of unit. Accordingly, the fair value of the City’s position in these pools is substantially the same as the market value of the shares in each of the pools. As of September 30, 2012, the City’s investments in Texpool and TexSTAR were rated by Standard & Poor's as AAAm. Credit concentration: With the exception of U.S. Treasury securities and authorized pools, the City's Investment Policy limits the investment in a single security type or with a single financial institution to 30%. It also limits the overall investment in Federal Agency securities to 70% and Certificates of Deposit to 30%. As of September 30, 2012, the issuers whose securities represented more than 5% of the City's investment portfolio were as follows: American Momentum Bank (13%) and Citibank (17%). Custodian credit risk – deposits: In the case of deposits, this is the risk that in the event of a bank failure, the government's deposits may not be returned to it. The City of College Station's City Council has approved a depository services contract which governs its depository relationship. This contract requires that deposits not covered by depository insurance be collateralized at 105%. The City’s depository bank collateralizes the city’s funds at 110%. Custodian credit risk – investments: For an investment, this is the risk that, in the event of the failure of the counterparty, the government will not be able to recover the value of its investments or collateral securities that are in the possession of an outside party. The City's investment portfolio requires that all security transactions be conducted on a Delivery-vs.-Payment basis and that all securities be held by a third party custodian and evidenced by safekeeping receipts. 49 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  B. Receivables Receivables as of year-end for the City's individual major funds and non major and internal service funds in the aggregate, including the applicable allowances for uncollectible accounts, are as follows: Internal Debt Streets Service Fund Governmental activities: General Service Projects Nonmajor Allocation Total Taxes: Property 405,506$ 437,545$ -$ -$ -$ 843,051$ Beverage 85,293 - - - - 85,293 Sales 2,016,335 - - - - 2,016,335 Subtotal taxes 2,507,134 437,545 - - - 2,944,679 Grants 49,225 - - 280,319 - 329,544 Charges for services 1,464,798 - 629,190 315,954 28,800 2,438,742 Loans 792,971 - 792,971 Miscellaneous 1,667 - - - - 1,667 Total gross governmental 4,022,824 437,545 629,190 1,389,244 28,800 6,507,603 Less allowance for uncollectible accounts (23,452) - - (37,651) (11,638) (72,741) Net total receivables 3,999,372$ 437,545$ 629,190$ 1,351,593$ 17,162$ 6,434,862$ Internal Service Fund Business-type activities: Electric Water Wastewater Nonmajor Allocation Total Charges for services 15,661,825$ 2,870,443$ 2,055,326$ 1,066,507$ 46,782$ 21,700,883$ Loans - - - 4,550,000 - 4,550,000 Miscellaneous - - - - - - Total gross business-type 15,661,825 2,870,443 2,055,326 5,616,507 46,782 26,250,883 Less allowance for uncollectible accounts (1,749,011) (137,016) (232,867) (133,576) (22,608) (2,275,078) Net total receivables 13,912,814$ 2,733,427$ 1,822,459$ 5,482,931$ 24,174$ 23,975,805$ Loans Receivable in the nonmajor governmental funds are made up of a $500,000, 40-year loan of HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) funds for Santour Court, an affordable, single-family residential development and $292,971 in HOME down-payment assistance loans for eligible HOME participants. The loans are made with Federal funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). 50 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  Loans Receivable in the non major business-type funds represent BVSWMA, Inc.’s obligation to reimburse 2009 College Station Certificate of Obligation debt issued and used to construct the Twin Oaks Landfill. The annual principal and interest receivable amounts are as follows: Year Ended September 30 Principal Interest 2013 220,000$ 177,710$ 2014 230,000 170,960 2015 240,000 163,910 2016-2020 1,150,000 705,089 2021-2025 1,365,000 462,767 2026-2030 1,345,000 125,573 4,550,000$ 1,806,009$ Due from Related Party     Governmental funds report unearned revenue in connection with receivables for revenues that are not considered to be available to liquidate liabilities of the current period. Governmental funds also defer revenue recognition in connection with resources that have been received but not yet earned. As of fiscal year end, the various components of unearned revenue reported in the governmental funds were as follows: Unavailable Unearned Total Property tax 843,052$ -$ 843,052$ Paving assessments 373,512 - 373,512 Intergovernmental - 8,199 8,199 Fines and penalties - 94,133 94,133 Emergency services 829,416 - 829,416 Cemetery plot sales 47,943 - 47,943 Other - 1,822 1,822 2,093,923$ 104,154$ 2,198,077$   51 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  C. Capital Assets Capital asset activity for the year ended September 30, 2012 was as follows: Beginning Ending Governmental Activities Balance Increases Decreases Adjustments Balance Capital Assets, not being depreciated Land 43,050,894$ -$ -$ -$ 43,050,894$ Construction in progress 13,546,610 3,529,890 - - 17,076,500 Total capital assets not being depreciated 56,597,504 3,529,890 - - 60,127,394 Capital assets, being depreciated Buildings and building improvements 35,660,818 - - - 35,660,818 Improvements other than buildings 34,503,024 2,196,218 - - 36,699,242 Machinery and equipment 33,792,432 3,564,949 (1,464,104) - 35,893,277 Infrastructure 228,781,170 11,597,926 - - 240,379,096 Total capital assets, being depreciated 332,737,444 17,359,093 (1,464,104) - 348,632,433 Less accumulated depreciation for: Buildings and building improvements 9,912,010 1,232,052 - - 11,144,062 Improvements other than buildings 13,921,314 1,724,332 - - 15,645,646 Machinery and equipment 20,894,901 3,251,487 (1,146,701) - 22,999,687 Infrastructure 112,982,074 7,959,802 - - 120,941,876 Total accumulated depreciation 157,710,299 14,167,673 (1,146,701) - 170,731,271 Total capital assets being depreciated, net 175,027,145 3,191,420 (317,403) - 177,901,162 Governmental type activities capital assets, net 231,624,649$ 6,721,310$ (317,403)$ -$ 238,028,556$ Beginning Ending Business-Type Activities Balance Increases Decreases Adjustments Balance Capital assets, not being depreciated Land 690,750$ -$ -$ -$ 690,750$ Construction in progress 70,006,360 15,707,810 (65,283,844) 20,430,326 Total capital assets, not being depreciated 70,697,110 15,707,810 (65,283,844) - 21,121,076 Capital assets, being depreciated Electric system 153,190,039 4,964,251 (705,237) - 157,449,053 Water system 110,191,497 46,136,330 (243,929) - 156,083,898 Wastewater system 103,181,924 18,465,758 (115,795) - 121,531,887 Buildings and building improvements 6,439,548 - - - 6,439,548 Machinery and equipment 5,990,406 2,053,805 (936,563) - 7,107,648 Total capital assets, being depreciated 378,993,414 71,620,144 (2,001,524) - 448,612,034 Less accumulated depreciation for: Electric system 68,172,924 5,118,929 (299,135) (9,405) 72,983,313 Water system 37,418,055 4,151,190 (61,040) 1,824,498 43,332,703 Wastewater system 36,753,688 4,206,905 (98,771) 1,250,568 42,112,390 Buildings and building improvements 1,486,219 91,855 - - 1,578,074 Machinery and equipment 4,369,162 829,504 (878,140) - 4,320,526 Total accumulated depreciation 148,200,048 14,398,383 (1,337,086) 3,065,661 164,327,006 Total capital assets,being depreciated, net 230,793,366 57,221,761 (664,438) (3,065,661) 284,285,028 Business type activities capital assets, net 301,490,476$ 72,929,571$ (65,948,282)$ (3,065,661)$ 305,406,104$   52 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  Depreciation expense for fiscal year 2012 was charged as follows: General government 882,959$ Fiscal services 649,491 Police 3,183,857 Fire 2,882,308 Planning & development svcs 799,747 Public works 1,285,065 Parks & recreation 1,072,622 Library 227,860 Non-departmental 1,304,807 Capital assets held by internal service funds 1,878,957 Governmental activities depreciation expense 14,167,673$ Electric 5,118,929$ Water 4,151,190 Wasterwater 4,206,905 Sanitation 620,873 Northgate parking 251,966 Utility customer service 48,519 Business-type depreciation expense 14,398,383$   D. Interfund Transactions Transfers between funds during the year were as follows: Transfers In Transfers Out Governmental Activities, net Business-type Activities, net Governmental Activities: General Fund 15,539,293$ (4,329,789)$ 11,209,504$ -$ Debt Service Fund 2,921,317 - 2,921,317 - Streets Projects 288,355 (368,924) (80,569) - Other Nonmajor Governmental Funds 3,564,596 (4,686,447) (1,121,851) - Internal Service Funds 200,000 (626,215) (426,215) - Business-type Activities: Enterprise Funds: Electric 1,733,190 (8,093,518) - (6,360,328) Water 15,961 (2,786,903) - (2,770,942) Wastewater 15,961 (2,330,894) - (2,314,933) Other Nonmajor Enterprise Funds 220,633 (1,276,616) - (1,055,983) 24,499,306$ (24,499,306)$ 12,502,186$ (12,502,186)$   Transfers are used to (1) move revenues from the funds with collection authorization to the debt service fund as debt service principal and interest payments become due, (2) move revenues from enterprise funds to the general fund to record the utility transfer in lieu of franchise fees, (3) move revenues from enterprise funds to the general fund for economic development activity, (4) move unrestricted general 53 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  fund revenues to finance various programs that the government must account for in other funds in accordance with budgetary authorizations. The composition of due to/due from balances as of September 30, 2012 is as follows: Amount 40,000$ 40,000 40,000 Amount 40,000$ 40,000 40,000 Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development Water Fund Wastewater Fund Electric Fund Business-type Activities: Governmental Activities: Advance From Advance To Water Fund Wastewater Fund Electric Fund Due To Due From Economic Development Economic Development Economic Development       Internal loans (inter-fund advances) of $200,000 each from the Water, Wastewater and Electric Funds to the Economic Development Fund were recorded during the fiscal year ended September 30, 2008. The loans partially funded the purchase of real property related to an economic development project and are repayable in even installments over five years. E. Operating Leases The city acquired property on University Drive known as the Chimney Hill Property in fiscal year 2009 with the intention to build a convention center on the property. Hotel tax funds were used to finance $7,000,000 of the purchase, with the remainder of the purchase price coming from Certificate of Obligation, Series 2009. The purchase price was allocated between the land, $6,555,190, and an existing building on the property, $3,084,795. As of September 30, 2012, the building carried a net value of $2,838,012 and $246,783 in accumulated depreciation. The building at Chimney Hill was partially leased to private businesses when the City acquired the property. At September 30, 2012, one space is being rented on a month-to-month basis to Western Beverage. Two other spaces have leases as follows: Year Ended September 30, Republic DaVita Total 2012 109,128$ 274,149$ 383,277$ 2013 105,736 - 105,736 2014 108,373 - 108,373 2015 112,176 - 112,176 2016 115,541 - 115,541 2017-2021 48,733 - 48,733 599,687$ 274,149$ 873,836$ Operating Leases 54 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  F. Deferred Charges See Note IV B.      G. Prior Period Adjustment During fiscal year 2012, research was done on older open work orders related to water and wastewater infrastructure projects to determine if the projects have been completed. It was determined that a few infrastructure projects were completed and had actually been put in service prior to fiscal year 2012. These work orders were closed and the asset moved from construction in process assets to infrastructure assets. A prior period adjustment was made to the Water Fund and the Wastewater Fund to reflect the portion of depreciation expense that should have been recognized prior to fiscal year 2012. This would have reduced the prior year fund balances by $1,923,831 in the Water Fund and $1,405,582 in the Wastewater Fund. H. Long-Term Debt A summary of long-term debt transactions, including current portion, for the year ended September 30, 2012 follows: Amounts Beginning Incurred/ Matured/ Ending Due Within Balance Issued Retired Balance One Year Governmental activities: General obligation bonds 78,055,000$ 11,515,000$ 13,875,000$ 75,695,000$ 6,910,000$ Certificates of obligation 26,085,000 - 4,670,000 21,415,000 1,335,000 Premium/discount 1,581,455 1,252,381 504,950 2,328,886 231,230 Governmental activity Long term debt 105,721,455$ 12,767,381$ 19,049,950$ 99,438,886$ 8,476,230$ Business type activities: General obligation bonds 28,655,000$ 9,570,000$ 1,945,000$ 36,280,000$ 3,305,000$ Certificates of obligation 54,950,000 16,415,000 8,280,000 63,085,000 2,890,000 Utility revenue bonds 54,495,000 - 9,435,000 45,060,000 3,555,000 Premium/discount 1,177,555 1,855,776 244,845 2,788,486 639,446 Business type activity Long term debt 139,277,555$ 27,840,776$ 19,904,845$ 147,213,486$ 10,389,446$     Internal service funds predominantly serve the governmental funds. All internal service funds, except for the utility customer service fund, are included as part of the above totals for governmental activities.   Long-term debt at September 30, 2012 includes the following individual issues (not including unamortized premiums or discounts): 55 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  Interest Issue Maturity Original Net Rate (%) Date Date Issue Retirement Outstanding General Obligation Bonds: 2002 Issue 4.25-5.125 3/1/02 2/15/21 6,445,000$ 6,445,000$ -$ 2003 Issue 3.00-4.50 7/1/03 2/15/23 4,790,000 4,560,000 230,000 2004 Issue 2.875-5.00 5/1/04 2/15/24 12,940,000 12,045,000 895,000 2005 Issue 4.00-6.00 5/1/05 2/15/25 5,710,000 1,680,000 4,030,000 2006 Issue 4.375-6.375 7/1/06 2/15/26 7,375,000 1,935,000 5,440,000 2006 Issue - Refunding 4.00-5.00 12/1/06 2/15/18 10,255,000 2,250,000 8,005,000 2007 Issue 4.25-6.25 9/1/07 2/15/27 3,930,000 1,525,000 2,405,000 2008 Issue 4.0 - 5.0 9/1/08 2/15/28 9,455,000 2,150,000 7,305,000 2009 Issue 3.5 - 4.0 7/15/09 2/15/21 3,335,000 310,000 3,025,000 2009 Issue - Refunding 2.00-4.00 11/15/09 2/15/20 4,265,000 1,265,000 3,000,000 2010 Issue 2.00-3.50 8/15/10 2/15/30 19,635,000 1,655,000 17,980,000 2010 Issue - Refunding .30-5.0% 11/15/10 2/15/22 11,245,000 590,000 10,655,000 2011 Issue .25-1.6% 9/15/11 2/15/18 1,960,000 750,000 1,210,000 2012 Issue & Refunding 2.0-5.0% 6/1/12 2/15/32 11,515,000 - 11,515,000 112,855,000$ 37,160,000$ 75,695,000$ General Obligation Bonds - Business-type Activities: 2009 Issue - Refunding 2.00-4.00 11/15/09 2/15/20 3,830,000$ 1,140,000$ 2,690,000$ 2010 Issue - Refunding .30-5.0% 11/15/10 2/15/22 25,905,000 1,885,000 24,020,000 2012 Issue & Refunding 2.0-5.0% 6/1/12 2/15/32 9,570,000 - 9,570,000 39,305,000$ 3,025,000$ 36,280,000$ Total General Obligation Bonds 152,160,000$ 40,185,000$ 111,975,000$ Certificates of Obligation - Governmental Activities: 2002 Issue 4.25-5.125 3/1/02 2/15/20 14,480,000$ 14,480,000$ -$ 2003A Issue 2.90-4.20 7/1/03 2/15/23 780,000 740,000 40,000 2005 Issue 3.00-4.50 5/1/05 2/15/25 7,595,000 4,855,000 2,740,000 2006 Issue 4.375-6.375 7/1/06 2/15/26 8,325,000 2,495,000 5,830,000 2007 Issue 4.25-6.25 9/1/07 2/15/27 3,960,000 1,540,000 2,420,000 2008 Issue 3.25 - 5.0 9/1/08 2/15/28 22,855,000 14,715,000 8,140,000 2009 Issue 3.00-5.00 7/15/09 2/15/29 6,480,000 4,620,000 1,860,000 2010 Issue 2.00-3.50 8/15/10 2/15/30 1,050,000 665,000 385,000 2011 Issue 2.00-3.60 9/15/11 2/15/31 15,000 15,000 - 65,540,000$ 44,125,000$ 21,415,000$ Certificates of Obligation - Business-type Activities: 2004 Issue 2.875-5.00 5/1/04 2/15/24 8,915,000$ 8,500,000$ 415,000$ 2008 Issue 3.25 - 5.0 9/1/08 2/15/28 15,925,000 2,110,000 13,815,000 2009 Issue 3.00-5.00 7/15/09 2/15/29 29,980,000 7,835,000 22,145,000 2010 Issue 2.00-3.50 8/15/10 2/15/30 2,850,000 195,000 2,655,000 2011 Issue 2.00-3.60 9/15/11 2/15/31 7,920,000 280,000 7,640,000 2012 Issue 2.0-5.0% 6/1/12 2/15/32 16,415,000 - 16,415,000 82,005,000$ 18,920,000$ 63,085,000$ Total Certificates of Obligation 147,545,000$ 63,045,000$ 84,500,000$ Utility Revenue Bonds: 2002 Issue 4.00-6.00 3/1/02 2/1/22 18,215,000$ 18,215,000$ -$ 2003 Issue - Refunding 3.50-4.25 12/1/02 2/1/14 11,160,000 11,160,000 - 2003A Issue 2.50-4.25 7/1/03 2/1/23 4,850,000 4,615,000 235,000 2005 Issue 4.00-5.50 5/1/05 2/1/25 8,035,000 1,815,000 6,220,000 2005A Issue - Refunding 3.00-5.25 8/1/05 2/1/18 12,995,000 3,660,000 9,335,000 2006 Issue 4.375-6.375 7/1/06 2/1/26 16,950,000 3,300,000 13,650,000 2007 Issue 4.00-5.75 9/1/07 2/1/27 18,665,000 3,045,000 15,620,000 90,870,000$ 45,810,000$ 45,060,000$ Total Outstanding Bonds 241,535,000$   56 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  The annual requirements to amortize debt outstanding as of September 30, 2012 are as follows: General Obligation Certificates of Obligation Year Ended September 30,Principal Interest Principal Interest 2013 6,910,000$ 2,880,721$ 1,335,000$ 892,616$ 2014 6,015,000 2,564,637 1,360,000 841,108 2015 6,030,000 2,344,284 1,425,000 786,367 2016 5,935,000 2,120,953 1,395,000 728,952 2017 6,230,000 1,885,589 1,190,000 674,511 2018-2022 22,285,000 6,408,083 6,485,000 2,592,886 2023-2027 15,930,000 2,605,767 7,295,000 997,570 2028-2032 6,360,000 353,902 930,000 26,717 75,695,000$ 21,163,936$ 21,415,000$ 7,540,727$ General Obligation Certificates of Obligation Utility Revenue Year Ended September 30, Principal Interest Principal Interest Principal Interest 2013 3,305,000$ 1,519,251$ 2,890,000$ 2,416,385$ 3,555,000$ 1,986,353$ 2014 3,965,000 1,323,238 2,690,000 2,229,259 3,480,000 1,810,249 2015 3,360,000 1,191,750 2,815,000 2,142,429 3,655,000 1,630,387 2016 3,500,000 1,052,975 2,955,000 2,043,435 3,835,000 1,450,774 2017 3,685,000 891,299 2,805,000 1,945,491 3,730,000 1,278,789 2018-2022 16,970,000 2,028,838 16,040,000 8,140,818 13,320,000 4,525,213 2023-2027 1,495,000 66,125 20,155,000 4,689,887 13,485,000 1,392,713 2028-2032 - - 12,735,000 973,035 - - 36,280,000$ 8,073,476$ 63,085,000$ 24,580,739$ 45,060,000$ 14,074,478$ Business-Type Activities Governmental Activities   The City intends to retire all of its general long-term liabilities, plus interest, from ad valorem taxes. Proprietary fund type long-term debt used for Electric, Water and Wastewater projects will be repaid, plus interest, from the operating revenues of the Electric, Water, and Wastewater funds. General Obligation Bonds and Certificates of Obligation The City issues General Obligation Bonds and Certificates of Obligation to provide funds for the acquisition and construction of major capital facilities. These types of bonds have been issued by the City for both governmental activities as well as business-type activities. These bonds are reported in the proprietary funds if they are expected to be repaid from proprietary fund revenue. General Obligation Bonds are direct obligations, for which the City has pledged the full faith and credit of the City. These bonds generally are issued as 20-year serial bonds with varying amounts of principal maturing each year. The City is required by bond covenants to create from ad valorem tax revenues a sinking fund sufficient to pay the current interest and principal installments as they become due. In addition to the sinking fund, there are a number of limitations and restrictions contained in the various general obligation bonds 57 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  and certificate indentures. The City is in compliance with the significant limitations and restrictions at September 30, 2012. On May 10, 2012 the City issued $21,085,000 General Obligation Improvement and Refunding Bonds, Series 2012. The refunded bonds were an advanced refunding of General Obligation Improvement Bonds, Series 2003, General Obligation Improvement and Refunding Bonds, Series 2004; Certificates of Obligation, Series 2003A and 2004; and Utility Revenue Bonds, Series 2003, and 2003A and was undertaken to reduce total general obligation and utility revenue debt service payments over the next 12 years by $2,222,226 resulting in net present value savings of $1,959,809. The true interest cost of the General Obligation and Refunding Bonds is 2.126819%. Proceeds of $4,235,000 from the sale of the bonds will be used to pay for (1) costs of construction, acquisition of and improvements to City streets; (2) parks and parks facilities improvements, and (3) pay the costs incurred in connection with the issuance of the Bonds. The City issued $16,415,000 in Certificates of Obligation, dated May 10, 2012, with a true interest cost of 3.097424%. The proceeds from the sale of the Certificates will be used to pay for (1) construction of improvements to the City’s combined electric, waterworks and wastewater systems and (2) to pay costs incurred in connection with the issuance of the Certificates. In 2009, the City issued $31,315,000 in Certificates of Obligation. $2,600,000 of the proceeds was used to purchase land for a convention center site. Council no longer intends to build a convention center, therefore, causing a change in use to the property. In order to maintain the tax exempt status of the 2009 Certificates of Obligation, Council approved to defease the convention center bonds on November 21, 2011. On December 1, 2011 the bonds were defeased. $2,728,149 was placed in an escrow account with Bank of New York to cover the principal and interest amount of the bonds until their call date of February 15, 2019. In 2009, the City issued $5,145,000 in Certificates of Obligation to pay for a portion of the construction of a new municipal landfill. The City of College Station jointly owns Brazos Valley Solid Waste Management Agency Inc. (BVSWMA, Inc.) with the City of Bryan. BVSWMA Inc. has pledged to repay the $5,145,000 plus interest to the City of College Station. As of September 30, 2012 BVSWMA Inc. owed the City $4,550,000. Revenue Bonds Utility system revenue bonds are secured by the net revenues of the Electric, Water, and Wastewater Funds as defined in the respective bond indentures. The City pledges income derived from the acquired or constructed assets to pay the debt service. In addition, the City is required to maintain debt service funds and bond reserve funds for all outstanding revenue bonds. Amounts in the reserve fund are to be used to pay principal and interest on outstanding bonds at any time sufficient funds are not available in the bond interest and redemption fund. The bond indentures require that the City accumulate reserves of an amount equal to the average annual principal and interest requirements of all outstanding bonds secured by the net revenues of the system. 58 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  Arbitrage Compliance Arbitrage provisions of the Internal Revenue Tax Act of 1986 require the City to rebate to the federal government excess arbitrage earnings from bond proceeds. As of September 30, 2012, the City did not have an arbitrage rebate liability. Defeasance In prior years, the City issued refunding bonds to defease certain outstanding bonds for the purpose of consolidation and to achieve debt service savings. The City has placed the proceeds from the refunding issues in irrevocable escrow accounts with a trust agent to ensure payment of debt service on the refunded bonds. Accordingly, the trust account assets and liabilities for the defeased bonds are not included in the City’s financial statements. Although defeased, the refunded debt from these earlier issues will not be actually retired until the call dates have come due or until maturity if they are not callable issues. On September 30, 2012, the City’s escrow balance for bonds defeased on December 1, 2011 was $2,529,576. The defeased bonds are not callable until February 15, 2019. The escrow balance for bonds defeased on May 10, 2012 was $17,413,997. The defeased bonds are not callable until February 1, 2014 and February 15, 2014. I. Components of Fund Balance Fund balances for governmental funds at September 30, 2012 are as follows: General Debt Service Streets Projects Other Total Fund balances: Nonspendable: Assets Held for Resale -$ -$ -$ 6,943,250$ 6,943,250$ Restricted for: Community and Neighborhood Parks - - - 3,224,151 3,224,151 Community Development - - - 1,633,400 1,633,400 Court Security Fee - - - 88,130 88,130 Court Technology Fee - - - 410,896 410,896 Debt Service - 3,802,443 - - 3,802,443 Drainage - - - 2,426,880 2,426,880 Access fee 268,799 - - - 268,799 General Government Capital Projects 600,000 - 12,114,922 3,713,513 16,428,435 Hotel Occupancy Tax - - - 4,450,354 4,450,354 Juvenile Case Manager - - - 324,723 324,723 Parks and Recreation Capital Projects - - - 991,060 991,060 Police Seizure - - - 92,026 92,026 Wolf Pen Creek TIF - - - 2,415,625 2,415,625 Committed to: Care - - - 1,762,579 1,762,579 Memorial Cemetery - - - 1,314,855 1,314,855 Memorial Cemetery Perpetual Care - - - 540,920 540,920 Assigned: Encumbrances 436,979 - - - 436,979 Unassigned 15,186,915 - - - 15,186,915 16,492,693$ 3,802,443$ 12,114,922$ 30,332,362$ 62,742,420$ 59 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  V. Other Information A. Property Taxes Property tax is levied each October 1 on the assessed (appraised) value listed as of the prior January 1 for all real and business personal property located in the City. Taxable assessed value represents the appraisal value less applicable exemptions authorized by the City Council. Taxes are due October 1 and are delinquent after the following January 31. Tax liens are automatic and become enforceable as of January 1 of each year. Taxes become delinquent February 1 and are subject to interest and penalty charges. The tax rate to finance general governmental services including debt service was 43.79 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for the year ended September 30, 2012. Under current state statutes, the City's ability to increase the levy for property taxation is subject to a maximum rate of $2.50 per $100 valuation. The Brazos County Appraisal District ("Appraisal District") is responsible for the recording and appraisal of property for all taxing units in Brazos County. The Appraisal District is required to assess property at 100 percent of its appraised value. Real property must be reappraised at least every three years. The City may, at its own expense, require annual reviews by the Appraisal District through various appeals and, if necessary, legal action. Under this system, if the rate, excluding tax rates for bonds and other contractual obligations adjusted for new improvements, exceeds the rate for the previous year by more than eight (8) percent, qualified voters of the City may petition for an election to determine whether to limit the tax rate to no more than eight (8) percent above the tax rate of the previous year. Brazos County bills and collects the property taxes for the City. B. Risk Management A government entity, such as the City of College Station, is faced with many risks. These risks generally can be subdivided into four loss categories: direct property loss, indirect property loss, liability loss, and personnel losses. The City employs a combination of risk management strategies to provide acceptable levels of protection regarding these potential risks. The City is self-insured for health benefits, and the plan is administered by Blue Cross Blue Shield. This activity is accounted for in the Employee Benefits Fund, which is funded monthly by employee contributions and from City operating funds. These contributions are determined based on an analysis of prior year claims and administrative costs and a forecast of future claims and administrative costs. The City’s stop loss insurance policy limits its liability to $150,000 per individual per year with an aggregate attachment point for the last 12 months of $5,703,776. The liability for outstanding losses includes $778,577 for claims incurred but not reported as of September 30, 2012. In fiscal year 2012, City real and personal property and mobile equipment was insured by Affiliated FM, A.M. Best rated A+, financial category XV. Affiliated FM premiums were funded by calculated contributions from the City's operating funds. Affiliated FM provided claims handling for these coverage lines. The City carried a property insurance policy deductible between $100,000 and $250,000 per occurrence, depending on type of loss. Property insurance covered all direct losses and some indirect losses. The City is self-insured on all liability coverage lines. The City carried excess liability coverage through Star National Insurance Company; A.M. Best rated A-, financial category IX. The self-insured 60 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  retention ("SIR") is $250,000 per claim. Licensed adjusters in the City’s Risk Management office handle liability claims. The City also is self-insured for workers' compensation coverage. The City carried excess workers' compensation coverage through Star National Insurance Company with a $250,000 per claim SIR. Abercrombie, Simmons & Gillette, (AS&G), a Third Party Administrator (TPA), handles workers' compensation claims. In the event of a simultaneous liability and workers' compensation claim, only one SIR applies. Liabilities in the property and casualty fund and the workers’ compensation fund are reported when it is probable a loss has occurred and the loss amount can be reasonably estimated. Liabilities include an amount for claims incurred but not reported. Based on the most recent actuarial study, the City has recorded a potential liability of $513,433 in the property and casualty fund and a potential liability of $265,144 in the workers’ compensation fund. The results of the process to estimate the claims liability is not exact, as it depends on many complex factors, such as inflation, changes in legal doctrines, and damage awards. Accordingly, claims are reevaluated periodically to accommodate the effects of inflation, recent claim settlement trends (including frequency and amount of pay-outs), and other economic and social factors. The City uses its Unemployment Fund to pay for self insurance activity involving claims filed under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act. Monthly contributions to fund this activity are based on a percentage of payrolls determined annually during the budget process. Settlements have not exceeded self-insured retention in each of the past three fiscal years. The liabilities for insurance claims reported in each of the funds are based on Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 10, which requires a liability for claims to be reported if information prior to the issuance of the financial statements indicates that it is probable that a liability has been incurred at the date of the financial statements and if the amount of the loss can be reasonably estimated. These liabilities include an estimate for incurred but not reported claims. Changes in the balances of claims liabilities for the self-insurance funds that are accounted for as Internal Service Funds for fiscal years 2012 and 2011 are as follows: 2012 2011 Unpaid  Claims, October 1 1,744,456$        1,630,623$         Incurred Claims (including IBNR's) 3,908,222           6,664,986           Claims Paid (4,136,768)         (6,551,153)          Unpaid  Claims, September 30 1,515,910$        1,744,456$             C. Joint Venture In 1990 the Brazos Valley Solid Waste Management Agency (“BVSWMA”) was formed under a joint solid waste management agreement between the Cities of College Station and Bryan. College Station and Bryan agreed to cooperatively operate a joint facility for the proper disposal of solid waste for the two cities and outside customers. Each City reported 50% ownership in BVSWMA. The City of College Station served as landfill operator. This basic structure is how BVSWMA operated until 2010. 61 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  In February 2010 the City Councils for the City of Bryan and the City of College Station approved Articles of Incorporation for BVSWMA, Inc. a Local Government Corporation under the provisions of Subchapter D of Chapter 431, Texas Transportation Code; and Chapter 394, Texas Local Government Code. In March 2010, the City Councils of Bryan and College Station approved Bylaws for BVSWMA, Inc., which establishes the power to issue debt and to acquire land. The powers of BVSWMA, Inc. are vested in a 7 member Board of Directors, with each City Council appointing 3 members and the 7th member to be selected by an approval process set forth in the Articles of Incorporation and deemed to have been appointed by the Cities. On September 13, 2010, Bryan City Council, College Station City Council and the BVSWMA, Inc. Board of Directors formalized the creation of BVSWMA, Inc. and the dissolution of BVSWMA, effective October 1, 2010, with the approval and execution of a (n):  Borrowed Employee Agreement between the City of College Station and BVSWMA, Inc.;  Asset Transfer and Debt Reimbursement Agreement between BVSWMA, Inc., the City of College Station and the City of Bryan;  Agreement between the City of College Station, the City of Bryan and BVSWMA, Inc. regarding the Assignment and Assumption of Contracts and Payables;  Final Settlement Agreement and Release related to the final settlement and dismissal of the certain lawsuit referred to as City of Bryan, Texas v. City of College Station, Texas, Cause No. 08-001626- CV-272 in the 272nd District Court of Brazos County, Texas, ("the Lawsuit"); consider the Agreed Motion to Dismiss; and, consider the Agreed Order of Dismissal. Subsequent to the end of the fiscal year ended September 30, 2010, BVSWMA transferred all of its assets to BVSWMA, Inc. College Station reports BVSWMA, Inc. as a joint venture with the City of Bryan and recognizes 50% ownership in BVSWMA, Inc. in the City’s financial statements. During the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012, management of BVSWMA, Inc. negotiated the end of the borrowed employee agreement with the Cities of Bryan and College Station, and a majority of the employees covered under the “Borrowed Employee Agreement” are now employees of BVSWMA, Inc. The “Borrowed Employee Agreement” officially ends on December 31, 2012. Per GASB 14, a Joint Venture (JV) is a legal entity or other organization that results from a contractual arrangement and that is owned, operated, or governed by two or more participants as a separate and specific activity subject to joint control, in which the participants retain (a) an ongoing financial interest or (b) an ongoing financial responsibility. Joint control means that no single participant has the ability to unilaterally control the financial or operating policies of the Joint Venture. An ongoing financial interest includes an equity interest, as defined in paragraph 72, and any other arrangement that causes a participating government to have access to the Joint Venture’s resources. An equity interest in a Joint Venture is manifest in the ownership of shares of Joint Venture stock or by otherwise having an explicit, measurable right to the net resources of a Joint Venture that is usually based on an investment of financial or capital resources by a participating government. An equity interest is explicit and measurable if the Joint Venture agreement stipulates that the participants have a 62 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  present or future claim to the net resources of the Joint Venture and sets forth the method to determine the participants’ shares of the Joint Venture’s net resources. Per the BVSWMA, Inc. By-laws, paragraph 8.05, Section 431.107 of the Texas Transportation Corporation Act entitles the Cities, at all times, to have the right to equally receive the income earned by the corporation. Also, per BVSWMA, Inc.’s By-laws, paragraph 4.03a, the corporation, with the approval of the Cities, is authorized to issue short-term debt, however, the Cities shall be given the first opportunity to provide these funds before the Board incurs debt. This would result in the City of College Station providing an investment of financial resources to BVSWMA, Inc. An ongoing financial responsibility for a Joint Venture occurs if a participating government is obligated in some manner for the debts (see paragraph 33 of GASB 14) of the Joint Venture, or if the Joint Ventures continued existence depends on the continued funding by the government. Per paragraph 33 of GASB 14 – A primary government is obligated in some manner for the debt of an organization if it is legally obligated to assume all or part of the debt in the event of default. Per Article XIV, paragraph 14.03, of the Articles of Incorporation of BVSWMA, Inc., upon dissolution of the corporation: A. the assets of the Corporation shall be distributed equally between the Cities; and B. any remaining liabilities of the corporation shall be shared equally between the Cities. State and federal laws and regulations require BVSWMA, Inc. to place a final cover on its Rock Prairie landfill site when it stops accepting waste and to perform certain maintenance and monitoring functions at the site for thirty years after closure. The Rock Prairie Road landfill stopped accepting waste in July 2011, and the Twin Oaks Landfill in Grimes County began accepting waste. Although closure and post closure care costs will be paid only near or after the date that the landfill stopped accepting waste, BVSWMA, Inc. reports a portion of these closure and post closure care costs as an operating expense in each period based on landfill capacity used as of each balance sheet date. Actual cost may be higher due to inflation, changes in technology, or changes in regulations. During fiscal year 2012 BVSWMA, Inc. determined that certain depreciable lives of equipment used on the landfill site were incorrect. Had the correct useful lives been in place, the financial statements for the year ended September 30, 2011 would have include additional depreciation of $1,264,030. To correct this error, ending net assets for the year ended September 30, 2011 have been restated. 63 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  The following is a summary of information from the audited financial statements of BVSWMA, Inc. as of September 30, 2012: 2011 2012 (As Restated) Assets: Current assets 10,851,854$ 11,985,928$ Capital assets 31,445,445 29,039,042 Accumulated depreciation (5,320,416) (3,184,234) Deferred landfill permits 3,113,379 3,113,380 Accumulated amortization (49,422) (18,572) Total assets 40,040,840 40,935,544 Liabilities: Current liabilities 812,962 1,363,011 Noncurrent liabilities: Accrued post closure maintenance costs 5,886,085 5,603,086 Other noncurrent liabilities 8,915,000 9,345,000 Total liabilities 15,614,047 16,311,097 Net assets Invested in capital assets 16,780,028 17,353,837 Unrestricted 7,646,765 7,270,610 Total net assets 24,426,793$ 24,624,447$ Program revenues 6,998,799$ 7,043,016$ Expenses 7,246,820 8,611,237 Operating income (248,021) (1,568,221) General revenues 50,367 138,731 Change in net assets (197,654)$ (1,429,490)$     The City’s share of BVSWMA, Inc.’s net assets for fiscal year 2012 was $12,213,396. A copy of BVSWMA, Inc.’s financial statements may be obtained from the City’s Fiscal Services Department. D. Pension Plan Plan Description The City provides pension benefits for all of its full-time employees through a nontraditional, joint contributory, hybrid defined benefit plan in the state-wide Texas Municipal Retirement System ("TMRS"), an agent multiple-employer public employee retirement system. The plan provisions that have been adopted by the City are within the options available in the governing state statutes of TMRS. TMRS issues a publicly available comprehensive annual financial report that includes financial statements and required supplementary information (RSI) for TMRS; the report also provides detailed explanations of the contributions, benefits and actuarial methods and assumptions used by the System. 64 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  The report may be obtained by writing to TMRS, Post Office Box 149153, Austin, Texas 78714-9153 or by calling 800-924-8677; in addition, the report is available on TMRS’ website at http://www.tmrs.com/ The plan provisions are adopted by the governing body of the City, within the options available in the state statutes governing TMRS. Plan provisions for the City were as follows: Plan Year 2010 Plan Year 2011 Plan Year 2012 Employee deposit rate 7.00%7.00%7.00% Matching ratio (City to Employee)2 to 1 2 to 1 2 to 1 Years required for vesting 5 5 5 Service retirement eligibility 20 years at any age, 5 years at age 60 and above 20 years at any age, 5 years at age 60 and above 20 years at any age, 5 years at age 60 and above Updated Service Credit 100% Repeating Transfers 100% Repeating Transfers 100% Repeating Transfers Annuity Increase (to retirees)70% of CPI Repeating 70% of CPI Repeating 70% of CPI Repeating Contributions Under the state law governing TMRS, the contribution rate for each city is determined annually by the actuary, using the Projected Unit Credit actuarial cost method. This rate consists of the normal cost contribution rate and the prior service cost contribution rate, which is calculated to be a level percent of payroll from year to year. The normal cost contribution rate finances the portion of an active member’s projected benefit allocated annually; the prior service contribution rate amortizes the unfunded actuarial liability over the applicable period for that City. Both the normal cost and the prior service contribution rates include recognition of the projected impact of annually repeated benefits, such as Updated Service Credits and Annuity Increases. The City contributed to the TMRS Plan at an actuarially determined rate. Both the employees and the City made contributions monthly. Since the City needs to know its contribution rate in advance for budgetary purposes, there is a one-year delay between the actuarial valuation that serves as the basis for the rate and the calendar year when the rate goes into effect. 65 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  The annual pension cost and net pension obligation are as follows: 2010 2011 2012 Annual required contribution (ARC) 7,582,944$ 7,998,505$ 7,323,878$ Interest on net pension obligation 98,251 234,216 356,127 Adjustment to the ARC (80,230) (193,787) (285,719) Annual pension cost 7,600,965 8,038,934 7,394,287 Contributions made (5,810,310) (6,413,446) (6,586,598) Increase in net pension obligation 1,790,655 1,625,488 807,689 Net pension obligation, beginning of year 1,332,222 3,122,877 4,748,365 Net pension obligation, end of year 3,122,877$ 4,748,365$ 5,556,053$   Fiscal Year Ending Annual Pension Cost (APC) Actual Contribution Made Percentage of APC Contributed Net Pension Obligation 9/30/2010 7,600,965$ 5,810,310$ 76.44% 3,122,877$ 9/30/2011 8,038,934 6,413,446 79.78% 4,748,365 9/30/2012 7,394,287 6,586,598 89.08% 5,556,053 Three Year Trend Information   The required contribution rates for fiscal year 2012 were determined as part of the December 31, 2009 and 2010 actuarial valuations. Additional information as of the latest actuarial valuation, December 31, 2011, also follows: Valuation Date 12/31/2009 12/31/2010 12/31/2011 Actuarial Cost Method Projected Unit Credit Projected Unit Credit Projected Unit Credit Amortization Method Level Percent of Payroll Level Percent of Payroll Level Percent of Payroll GASB 25 Equivalent Single Amortization Period 28.1 years; closed period 27.1 years; closed period 26.2 years; closed period Amortization Period for new Gains/Losses 30 years 30 years 30 years Asset Valuation Method 10-year Smoothed Market 10-year Smoothed Market 10-year Smoothed Market Actuarial Assumptions: Investment Rate of Return *7.5%7.0%7.0% Projected Salary Increases * Varies by age and service Varies by age and service Varies by age and service * Includes Inflation at 3.00%3.00%3.00% Cost-of-Living Adjustments 2.1%2.1%2.1%    Funded Status and Funding Progress – In June 2011, SB 350 was enacted by the Texas Legislature resulting in a restructure of the TMRS funds. This legislation provided for the actuarial valuation to be completed, as if restructuring had occurred on December 31, 2010. In addition, the actuarial assumptions were updated for the new fund structure, based on an actuarial experience study that was adopted by the TMRS Board at their May 2011 meeting (the review compared actual to expected 66 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  experience for the four-year period of January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2009). For a complete description of the combined impact of the legislation and new actuarial assumptions, including the effects on TMRS city rates and funding ratios, please see the December 31, 2010 TMRS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). The funded status as of December 31, 2011, the most recent actuarial valuation date, is as follows: UAAL as a Actuarial Actuarial Actuarial Covered Percentage Valuation Value of Accrued Unfunded Funded Payroll of Covered Date* Assets Liability (AAL) AAL (UAAL) Ratio (Calendar Year) Payroll 12/31/2009 97,331,034$ 148,904,236$ 51,573,202$ 65.4% 41,515,345$ 124.2% 12/31/2010 145,688,745 190,548,951 44,860,206 76.5% 40,662,340 110.3% 12/31/2011 159,366,251 203,122,476 43,756,225 78.5% 41,553,358 105.3%  The schedule of funding progress, presented as Required Supplementary Information following the notes to the financial statements, presents multi-year trend information about whether the actuarial value of plan assets is increasing or decreasing over time relative to the actuarial accrued liability of benefits. E. Other Post Employment Benefits In addition to the pension benefits described in Note V.D., as required by state laws and defined by City policy, the City makes available postretirement medical, dental, vision, drug and life insurance benefits to all employees who meet TMRS retirement qualifications, retire from the City and who enroll themselves and their eligible dependent(s) on or before the effective date of their retirement through the City’s single- employer defined benefit other post-employment benefit (OPEB) plan. The life insurance plan provides a $10,000 fully insured death benefit coverage upon retirement which ceases upon attainment of age 65 for retirees. So long as monthly premium payments are made, the healthcare plan provides lifetime insurance to eligible retirees, their spouses and dependents through the City’s group health insurance plan, which covers both active and retired members. Benefit provisions as well as retiree premium contributions are established by management. The City determines the employer and participant contribution rates annually based on recommendations of City staff and the City’s consultant. All medical, dental, vision and drug care benefits are provided through the City’s self-insured health plan. The benefit levels are the same as those afforded to active employees. Life insurance for eligible retirees is paid entirely by the City. During fiscal year 2012, twenty-nine former employees were covered under this arrangement, with claims totaling $141,585. Annual OPEB Cost and Net OPEB Obligation The City’s annual OPEB cost is based on the annual required contribution (ARC) of the City, an amount actuarially determined in accordance with the parameters of GASB Statement 45. Despite the apparent implications of the term ARC, the City is not required to contribute the ARC to the plan each year, Instead, the ARC provides a basis for evaluating whether the City’s contributions for OPEB are adequate to fund the benefits during the working lifetime of current employees (i.e., the normal cost) and to amortize existing unfunded obligations (i.e., the obligations for current retirees plus that portion of the current employees’ obligations that are attributed to past service) in a systematic manner over the amortization period prescribed by GASB. 67 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  The annual OPEB cost is the annual accounting expense recorded on the City’s Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets and on the City’s Statement of Activities. The annual OPEB cost is equal to (1) the ARC for the current fiscal year, plus (2) interest on the Net OPEB Obligation at the beginning of the year, reduced by (3) an adjustment to the ARC which is equal to an amortization of the beginning of the year Net OPEB Obligation. As described in note V.C, the City terminated its Borrowed Employee Agreement with BVSWMA, Inc. Therefore, the related OPEB obligation of $134,385 was removed. 2010 2011 2012 Annual required contribution (ARC) 2,438,554$ 1,850,510$ 1,360,907$ Interest on net pension obligation 131,799 211,750 276,044 Adjustment to the ARC (150,551) (262,374) (342,039) Annual OPEB cost 2,419,802 1,799,886 1,294,912 Contributions made (381,459) (513,998) (141,585) Increase in net pension obligation 2,038,343 1,285,888 1,153,327 Net OPEB obligation, beginning of year 2,196,647 4,234,990 5,520,878 Net OPEB obligation, end of year 4,234,990$ 5,520,878$ 6,674,205$       Accounting Year Ending Annual OPEB Cost Actual Contribution Made Percentage of Annual OPEB Cost Contributed Net OPEB Obligation 9/30/2010 2,419,802$ 381,459$ 15.76% 4,234,990$ 9/30/2011 1,799,886 513,998 28.56% 5,520,878 9/30/2012 1,294,912 141,585 10.93% 6,674,205 Three-Year Trend Information     Generally, the Net OPEB Obligation is the cumulative difference since the effective date of GASB 45 between the annual OPEB cost and the employer’s contributions to the plan including the OPEB liability (asset) at transition, if any. Because the City did not have an OPEB liability/(asset) at transition, the Net OPEB Obligation as of October 1, 2008 is zero. Whenever the City contributes an amount less than the annual OPEB cost, this shortfall will increase the City’s Net OPEB Obligation. Actuarial Methods and Assumptions Actuarial valuations involve estimates of the value of reported amounts and assumptions about the probability of events far into the future. Actuarially determined amounts are subject to continual revision as actual results are compared to past expectations and new estimates are made about the future. The required schedule of funding progress immediately following the notes to the financial statements presents multi-year trend information about whether the actuarial value of plan assets is increasing or decreasing over time relative to the actuarial accrued liability for benefits. GASB No. 45 calculations 68 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  are based on the types of benefits provided under the terms of the substantive plan at the time of each valuation and on the pattern of sharing of costs between the employer and plan participants to that point. In addition, the projection of benefits for financial reporting purposes does not explicitly incorporate the potential effects of legal or contractual funding limitations on the pattern of cost sharing between the employer and plan participants in the future. Actuarial calculations reflect a long-term perspective. In addition, consistent with that perspective, actuarial methods and assumptions used in developing the amounts in this report include techniques that are designed to reduce short-term volatility in actuarial accrued liabilities. The required contribution rates were determined as part of the October 1, 2010 actuarial valuation. Significant methods and assumptions follow: Actuarial valuation date 10/1/2010 Asset Valuation Method:Market Actuarial Cost Method:Projected Unit Credit Actuarial Assumptions: Annual Investment Return Assumption* 5.0% *Includes Inflation at:4.00% Projected Salary Increases N/A Annual Healthcare Trend Rates: 8.00% in FYE 2011 8.50% in FYE 2012 declining to 5.00% in FYE 2019 Amortization Method:Level dollar Amortization Period:30 year open period Funding Status and Funding Progress The Schedule of Funding Progress presents information as of the current valuation date and the two preceding valuation dates. As of the date of this financial statement, the City has had two valuations, that for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2008, and one for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2010. UAAL as a Actuarial Actuarial Actuarial Covered Percentage Valuation Value of Accrued Unfunded Funded Payroll of Covered Date Assets Liability (AAL) AAL (UAAL) Ratio (Fiscal Year) Payroll 10/1/2008 - 15,244,888$ 15,244,888$ 0.0% 41,019,952$ 37.16% 10/1/2010 - 13,868,768 13,868,768 0.0% 43,000,000 32.25% 10/1/2010 - 9,356,116 9,356,116 0.0% 43,000,000 21.76%  There are factors that affect the ability to compare amounts reported from one actuarial valuation date to the next. The assumptions that have been changed since the previous valuation are: ‐ the Discount Rate has been updated to reflect changes in the allocation of assets of the employer and the expected return on such assets; ‐ the Assumed Per Capita Health Benefit Costs and Assumed Expenses for retirees and dependents have been updated to reflect changes in claims and expense expectations; and 69 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  ‐ the Health Benefit Cost Trend and Expense Trend have been updated to reflect changes in short-term expectations of the annual rate of increase of the Assumed Per Capita Health Benefit Costs. Two separate valuations, each of which used the October 1, 2010 valuation date, were used to develop results for the fiscal years ending September 30, 2011 and September 30, 2012. The plan was changed effective January 1, 2012 to eliminate post-65 medical coverage and was changed effective January 1, 2013 to eliminate one of the PPO benefit options. While the plan typically undergoes a biennial valuation, pursuant to paragraph 12 of GASB 45, a new valuation must be performed if there are significant changes to the plan since the previous valuation. For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, a new actuarial valuation incorporating these changes to the plan provisions was performed using October 1, 2010 valuation date. F. Deferred Compensation Plan The City offers its employees a deferred compensation plan created in accordance with Internal Revenue Code ("IRC") 457. The plan, as amended, is available to all employees and permits them to defer a portion of their salary until future years. The plan funds are not available to employees until termination, retirement, death, or emergency. All amounts of compensation deferred under the plan (until paid or made available to the employee or other beneficiary) were placed in trust for the exclusive benefit of the participants and the beneficiaries. This action is in accordance with changes made to IRC Section 457. The City is not the 457 Plan Administrator or trustee and the assets of the plan are not reportable in the City's basic financial statements. G. Commitments and Contingencies Construction Commitments The City has contractual commitments of $2,219,654 in the Capital Projects Funds, $3,556,652 in the Water Fund, $6,507,126 in the Wastewater Fund and $1,723,527 in the Electric Fund. These commitments are for construction of various projects and will be funded primarily from long term debt. Contingencies The City participates in a number of federal and state assisted grant programs. These programs are subject to program compliance audits by the grantors or their representatives. Any liability for reimbursement which may arise as the result of these audits is not believed to be material. Litigation The City is a party to legal proceedings, many of which occur in the normal course of operations. It is not possible at the present time to estimate the ultimate outcome or liability, if any, of the city with respect to the various proceedings. Management believes any unfavorable outcomes would not be material. 70 Notes to the Financial Statements  For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012      City of College Station, Texas  H. Bonds Available for Sale Authorized general obligation bonds available for future issue are as follows: Year Unissued Authorized Amount Public Buildings 1984 700,000$ (1) Street Improvements 1984 500,000 (1) Municipal Complex Improvements 2003 3,655,000 Library Expansion 2008 8,385,000 Parks and Recreation 2008 8,950,000 Street Improvements 2008 29,425,000 Traffic Signals 2008 3,000,000 Total 54,615,000$   (1) Contains projects which may have been completed or abandoned; therefore, these Bonds are not likely to ever be issued. I. Revenue Bond Coverage All the net revenues of the Electric, Water, and Wastewater Funds are pledged for the payment of debt service of the revenue bonds and other indebtedness payable from those revenues. Net revenues, as defined by the revenue bond resolutions, include substantially all of the revenues and expenses of the above named funds other than certain interest income and expense, and depreciation and amortization. These bond resolutions further require that the net revenues, as defined, equal at least 1.40 times the average annual debt service on all revenue bonds and other indebtedness payable from those revenues and 1.25 times the maximum annual debt service on all revenue bonds and other indebtedness payable from those revenues. The maximum annual debt service is defined as the maximum principal and interest payments to be paid in any one year remaining in the life of the bonds, and the average annual debt service is defined as the sum of all principal and interest payments due over the remaining life of the bonds divided by the remaining life of the bonds. The City is in compliance with these requirements. J. Subsequent Events In October 2012, the City Council approved an amendment of the City’s Comprehensive Plan to include the College Station Medical District Master Plan. Significant barriers to development include, but are not limited to, lack of basic infrastructure (potable water, fire flow, sanitary sewer, etc) and lack of transportation capacity (vehicular, pedestrian, etc) to meet the mobility needs in the area. The approved Master Plan identified a series of financial and management tools necessary to overcome or maximize the development potential of the area. A key tool identified in the Master Plan is the use of Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones (TIRZ). TIRZ are authorized under Chapter 311 of the Texas Tax Code for areas of the City that are undeveloped due to some inadequate or defective condition. An increment of new value is “captured” to pay for those remedies to inadequate or defective conditions. Tax revenues already in existence continue to go to the taxing entity. Once the TIRZ has met its term life, the total value then goes to all the taxing districts in the project area. City Council approved the creation of two TIRZ in December 2012. TIRZ A includes development projects in the Rock Prairie Road area (East and West), extending Normand Drive, and other public works projects. It is projected that new development in this portion of the District will meet or exceed $117 million over a twenty year period. TIRZ B encompasses the area east of the State Highway 6/Rock Prairie Road Bridge and includes most of the undeveloped proprieties within the District. It is projected that new development in this portion of the District will meet or exceed $283 million over a twenty year period.  71 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Required Supplementary Information Texas Municipal Retirement System Schedule of Funding Progress Last Ten Fiscal Years (unaudited) UAAL as a Actuarial Actuarial Covered Percentage Actuarial Value of Accrued Unfunded Funded Payroll of Covered Valuation Assets ** Liability (AAL) AAL (UAAL) Ratio (Calendar Year) Payroll Date* (a) (b) (b-a) (a/b) (c) [(b-a)/c] 12/31/2002 57,742,291$ 68,424,249$ 10,681,958$ 84.4% 27,784,120$ 38.4% 12/31/2003 63,223,606 80,476,343 17,252,737 78.6% 28,537,016 60.5% 12/31/2004 70,336,601 87,906,815 17,570,214 80.0% 30,978,906 56.7% 12/31/2005 75,655,678 94,605,300 18,949,622 80.0% 31,987,028 59.2% 12/31/2006 80,758,249 102,166,047 21,407,798 79.0% 34,143,239 62.7% 12/31/2007 87,193,697 130,310,054 43,116,357 66.9% 36,703,161 117.5% 12/31/2008 90,243,677 138,576,504 48,332,827 65.1% 40,337,456 119.8% 12/31/2009 97,331,034 148,904,236 51,573,202 65.4% 41,515,345 124.2% 12/31/2010 145,688,745 190,548,951 44,860,206 76.5% 40,662,340 110.3% 12/31/2011 159,366,251 203,122,476 43,756,225 78.5% 41,553,358 105.3% *Assets are stated as of December 31 of the preceding year, the date of the actuarial valuation. ** Information is from appropriate year supplements to TMRS annual reports. In June 2011, SB 350 was enacted by the Texas Legislature resulting in a restructure of the TMRS funds. This legislation provided for the actuarial valuation to be completed as if restructuring had occurred on December 31, 2010, In addition, the actuarial assumptions were updated for the new fund structure, based on an actuarial experience study that was adopted by the TMRS Board at their May 2011 meeting (the review compared actual to expected experience for the four year period of January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2009). For a complete description of the combined impact of the legislation and new actuarial assumptions, including the effects on TMRS city rates and funding ratios, please see the December 31, 2011 TMRS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). The Actuarial Accrued Liability (AAL), the Unfunded AAL (UAAL) and the covered calendar year payroll figures reported above represent the entire City of College Station workforce. 72 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Required Supplementary Information City of College Station Employees Other Post Employment Benefits Plan Schedule of Funding Progress Last Two Fiscal Years (unaudited) UAAL as a Actuarial Actuarial Actuarial Covered Percentage Valuation Value of Accrued Unfunded Funded Payroll of Covered Date Assets Liability (AAL) AAL (UAAL) Ratio (Fiscal Year) Payroll 10/1/2008 - 15,244,888$ 15,244,888$ 0.0% 41,019,952$ 37.16% 10/1/2010 - 13,868,768 13,868,768 0.0% 43,000,000 32.25% 10/1/2010 - 9,356,116 9,356,116 0.0% 43,000,000 21.76% Two separate valuations, each of which used October 1, 2010 valuation date, were used to develop results for the fiscal years ending September 30, 2011 and September 30, 2012. The plan was changed effective January 1, 2012 to eliminate post-65 medical coverage and was changed effective January 1, 2013 to eliminate one of the PPO benefit options. While the plan typically undergoes a biennial valuation, pursuant to paragraph 12 of GASB 45, a new valuation must be performed if there are significant changes to the plan since the previous valuation. For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, a The Actuarial Accrued Liability (AAL), the Unfunded AAL (UAAL) and the covered fiscal payroll figures reported above represent the entire City of College Station workforce. s g c c ges o e p s ce e p ev ous v u o . o e sc ye e d g Sep e be 30, 0 , new actuarial valuation incorporating these changes to the plan provisions was performed using October 1, 2010 valuation date. 73 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Ad valorem taxes 13,627,371$ 13,627,371$ 13,477,878$ -$ 13,477,878$ (149,493)$ Sales taxes 20,350,000 20,350,000 21,498,319 - 21,498,319 1,148,319 Mixed drink and franchise 2,422,300 2,422,300 2,551,014 - 2,551,014 128,714 Licenses and permits 968,866 968,866 1,496,424 - 1,496,424 527,558 Intergovernmental 241,305 254,657 520,948 - 520,948 266,291 Parks & recreation charges for services 80,500 80,500 81,283 - 81,283 783 Other charges for services 2,422,509 2,422,509 2,214,822 - 2,214,822 (207,687) Fines, forfeits, and penalties 3,666,180 3,666,180 3,636,209 - 3,636,209 (29,971) Investment income 93,228 93,228 88,684 3 88,687 (4,541) Rents and royalties 564,410 564,410 686,729 (57,930) 628,799 64,389 Contributions 15,275 15,275 20,168 - 20,168 4,893 Other 206,600 206,600 287,796 - 287,796 81,196 Total revenues 44,658,544 44,671,896 46,560,274 (57,927) 46,502,347 1,830,451 Expenditures General government 4,152,657 4,390,992 4,189,987 - 4,189,987 (201,005) Fiscal services 3,054,633 3,054,633 2,871,677 - 2,871,677 (182,956) Police 14,974,044 15,473,288 15,465,837 (226) 15,465,611 (7,677) Fire 13,555,824 13,559,281 12,578,396 - 12,578,396 (980,885) Planning & development svcs 3,761,302 3,769,887 3,523,742 - 3,523,742 (246,145) Public works 6,043,807 6,088,768 5,884,577 - 5,884,577 (204,191) Capital improvement projects 804,573 804,573 788,032 - 788,032 (16,541) Parks & recreation 5,044,666 5,052,590 4,329,869 - 4,329,869 (722,721) Information technology 3,975,499 3,982,625 3,844,107 - 3,844,107 (138,518) Library 1,071,654 1,074,423 1,072,551 - 1,072,551 (1,872) Contributions 932,563 938,813 937,813 - 937,813 (1,000) Other 424,024 424,024 183,530 (4,345) 179,185 (244,839) Total expenditures 57,795,246 58,613,897 55,670,118 (4,571) 55,665,547 (2,948,350) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (13,136,702) (13,942,001) (9,109,844) (53,356) (9,163,200) 4,778,801 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in 15,990,775 15,990,775 15,539,293 (350,026) 15,189,267 (801,508) Transfers out (3,466,509) (4,399,818) (4,329,789) (118,190) (4,447,979) (48,161) Contingency (271,098) (212,140)--- 212,140 Total other financing sources (uses)12,253,168 11,378,817 11,209,504 (468,216) 10,741,288 (637,529) Net change in fund balance (883,534) (2,563,184) 2,099,660 (521,572) 1,578,088 4,141,272 Fund balance, October 1 14,393,033 14,393,033 14,393,033 - 14,393,033 - Fund balance, September 30 13,509,499$ 11,829,849$ 16,492,693$ (521,572)$ 15,971,121$ 4,141,272$ NOTE: The City prepares its annual budget on a budget basis which differs from a GAAP basis. The budget and all transactions are presented in accordance with the budget basis in the Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance-Budget and Actual-General Fund to provide a relevant comparison of actual results with the budget. See notes III.A and B for further explanation of budget information. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual General Fund(s) For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 74 COMBINING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS General Fund(s) The General Fund is the City's primary operating fund. It accounts for all financial resources of the general government, except those required to be accounted for in another fund. All general tax revenues and other receipts that are not restricted by law or contractual agreement to some other fund are accounted for in this fund. General operating expenditures, fixed charges and capital improvement costs that are not paid through other funds are paid from the General Fund. The General Fund Type has historically incorporated several funds, which have been reported collectively as the General Fund in the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, the General Fund includes: General Fund Economic Development Fund – accounts for funds used for business attraction and retention. Monies for this purpose are transferred to the Economic Development Fund from the General Fund, the Business Park Fund, and the Electric, Water, Wastewater and Sanitation Funds. Unclaimed Property Fund – accounts for checks issued but not cashed. After the abandonment period of 1 year for payroll checks over $100 and 3 years for accounts payable checks over $100, these funds are sent to the State Comptroller. Efficiency Time Payment Fund – accounts for unrestricted revenue collected by the Municipal Court pursuant to Texas Local Government Code, Section 133.103. Chimney Hill Fund - account for the receipt and expenditure of funds by the City from the lease of retail property at the Chimney Hill Center. Business Park Fund – originally used to account for the cost of street, water, and sewer improvements at the College Station Business Park, this fund transfers resources to the Economic Development Fund for business attraction and retention. 75 General Fund Economic Development Unclaimed Property Efficiency Time Payment Chimney Hill Business Park Total General Fund (s) Assets Cash and cash equivalents 12,445,437$ 847,572$ 100,264$ 42,700$ 1,557,513$ -$ 14,993,486$ Investments 1,807,374 123,078 14,560 6,201 226,171 - 2,177,384 Receivables (net of all. for uncollectible)3,975,133 --- 24,239 - 3,999,372 Inventories 32,091 -----32,091 Prepaid costs 23,073 -----23,073 Restricted assets Cash and cash equivalents - - - - 12,696 - 12,696 Total assets 18,283,108$ 970,650$ 114,824$ 48,901$ 1,820,619$ -$ 21,238,102$ Liabilities Accounts payable 1,738,167$ 9,943$ -$ -$ 2,154$ -$ 1,750,264$ Accrued liabilities 889,661 - 114,824 - 12,724 - 1,017,209 Other deferred revenues 1,329,056 -----1,329,056 Interfund payable - 240,000 ----240,000 Refundable deposits 20,345 - - - 12,696 - 33,041 Customer construction advances 375,839 -----375,839 Total liabilities 4,353,068 249,943 114,824 - 27,574 - 4,745,409 Fund balance Restricted 268,799 - - - 600,000 - 868,799 Assigned 427,934 --- 9,045 - 436,979 Unassigned 13,233,307 720,707 - 48,901 1,184,000 - 15,186,915 Total fund balance 13,930,040 720,707 - 48,901 1,793,045 - 16,492,693 Total liabilities and fund balance 18,283,108$ 970,650$ 114,824$ 48,901$ 1,820,619$ -$ 21,238,102$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Balance Sheet General Fund(s) September 30, 2012 76 General Fund Economic Development Unclaimed Property Efficiency Time Payment Chimney Hill Business Park Total General Fund(s) Revenues Ad valorem taxes $ 13,477,878 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ $ 13,477,878 Sales taxes 21,498,319 ----- 21,498,319 Mixed drink and franchise 2,551,014 ----- 2,551,014 Licenses and permits 1,496,424 ----- 1,496,424 Intergovernmental 520,948 ----- 520,948 Parks & recreation charges for svcs 81,283 -----81,283 Other charges for services 2,214,822 ----- 2,214,822 Fines, forfeits, & penalties 3,628,694 -- 7,515 -- 3,636,209 Investment income 75,071 5,858 -200 7,305 250 88,684 Rents & royalties 182,844 --- 503,885 - 686,729 Contributions 20,168 -----20,168 Other 287,796 ----- 287,796 Total revenues 46,035,261 5,858 - 7,715 511,190 250 46,560,274 Expenditures Current General government 3,766,155 423,832 ---- 4,189,987 Fiscal services 2,871,677 ----- 2,871,677 Police 15,465,837 ----- 15,465,837 Fire 12,578,396 ----- 12,578,396 Planning and development services 3,523,742 ----- 3,523,742 Public works 5,867,599 --- 16,978 - 5,884,577 Capital improvement projects 788,032 ----- 788,032 Parks & recreation 4,329,869 ----- 4,329,869 Information technology 3,844,107 ----- 3,844,107 Library 1,072,551 ----- 1,072,551 Contributions 937,813 ----- 937,813 Other 112,232 --- 71,298 - 183,530 Total expenditures 55,158,010 423,832 -- 88,276 - 55,670,118 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (9,122,749) (417,974)- 7,715 422,914 250 (9,109,844) Other financing sources (uses) Reimbursed Administration Transfers Transfers in 15,278,277 261,016 ---- 15,539,293 Transfers out (3,545,453) (250,000)-- (423,320) (111,016) (4,329,789) Total other financing sources (uses) 11,732,824 11,016 -- (423,320) (111,016) 11,209,504 Net change in fund balance 2,610,075 (406,958)- 7,715 (406) (110,766) 2,099,660 Fund balance, October 1 11,319,965 1,127,665 - 41,186 1,793,451 110,766 14,393,033 Fund balance, September 30 $ 13,930,040 $ 720,707 -$ $ 48,901 $ 1,793,045 -$ $ 16,492,693 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance General Fund(s) For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 77 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Ad valorem taxes 13,627,371$ 13,627,371$ 13,477,878$ -$ 13,477,878$ (149,493)$ Sales taxes 20,350,000 20,350,000 21,498,319 - 21,498,319 1,148,319 Mixed drink and franchise 2,422,300 2,422,300 2,551,014 - 2,551,014 128,714 Licenses and permits 968,866 968,866 1,496,424 - 1,496,424 527,558 Intergovernmental 241,305 254,657 520,948 -520,948 266,291 Parks and recreation charges for services 80,500 80,500 81,283 -81,283 783 Other charges for services 2,422,509 2,422,509 2,214,822 - 2,214,822 (207,687) Fines, forfeits, and penalties 3,658,430 3,658,430 3,628,694 - 3,628,694 (29,736) Investment income 67,016 67,016 75,071 -75,071 8,055 Rents and royalties 140,520 140,520 182,844 -182,844 42,324 Contributions 15,275 15,275 20,168 -20,168 4,893 Other 206,600 206,600 287,796 -287,796 81,196 Total revenues 44,200,692 44,214,044 46,035,261 - 46,035,261 1,821,217 Expenditures General government 3,674,203 3,838,190 3,766,155 - 3,766,155 (72,035) Fiscal services 3,054,633 3,054,633 2,871,677 - 2,871,677 (182,956) Police 14,974,044 15,473,288 15,465,837 (226) 15,465,611 (7,677) Fire 13,555,824 13,559,281 12,578,396 - 12,578,396 (980,885) Planning and development services 3,761,302 3,769,887 3,523,742 - 3,523,742 (246,145) Public works 6,019,307 6,064,268 5,867,599 - 5,867,599 (196,669) Capital improvement projects 804,573 804,573 788,032 -788,032 (16,541) Parks & recreation 5,044,666 5,052,590 4,329,869 - 4,329,869 (722,721) Information technology 3,975,499 3,982,625 3,844,107 - 3,844,107 (138,518) Library 1,071,654 1,074,423 1,072,551 - 1,072,551 (1,872) Contributions 932,563 938,813 937,813 -937,813 (1,000) Other 323,524 323,524 112,232 (13,345)98,887 (224,637) Total expenditures 57,191,792 57,936,095 55,158,010 (13,571) 55,144,439 (2,791,656) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (12,991,100) (13,722,051) (9,122,749) 13,571 (9,109,178) 4,612,873 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in 15,728,625 15,728,625 15,278,277 (350,026) 14,928,251 (800,374) Transfers out (3,104,359) (3,614,348) (3,545,453) (118,190) (3,663,643) (49,295) Contingency (271,098) (212,140)--- 212,140 Total other financing sources (uses) 12,353,168 11,902,137 11,732,824 (468,216) 11,264,608 (637,529) Net change in fund balance (637,932) (1,819,914) 2,610,075 (454,645) 2,155,430 3,975,344 Fund balance, October 1 11,319,965 11,319,965 11,319,965 - 11,319,965 - Fund balance, September 30 10,682,033$ 9,500,051$ 13,930,040$ (454,645)$ 13,475,395$ 3,975,344$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual General Fund(reported as part of the General Fund(s)) For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 78 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 16,000$ 16,000$ 5,858$ -$ 5,858$ (10,142)$ Total revenues 16,000 16,000 5,858 - 5,858 (10,142) Expenditures General government 478,454 552,802 423,832 - 423,832 (128,970) Total expenditures 478,454 552,802 423,832 - 423,832 (128,970) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (462,454) (536,802) (417,974) - (417,974) 118,828 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in 262,150 262,150 261,016 - 261,016 (1,134) Transfers out (250,000) (250,000) (250,000) - (250,000) - Total other financing sources (uses) 12,150 12,150 11,016 - 11,016 (1,134) Net change in fund balance (450,304) (524,652) (406,958) - (406,958) 117,694 Fund balance, October 1 1,127,665 1,127,665 1,127,665 - 1,127,665 - Fund balance, September 30 677,361$ 603,013$ 720,707$ -$ 720,707$ 117,694$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Economic Development Fund (reported as part of the General Fund(s)) For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 79 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Fines, forfeits, and penalties 7,750$ 7,750$ 7,515$ -$ 7,515$ (235)$ Investment income 212 212 200 - 200 (12) Other ----- - Total revenues 7,962 7,962 7,715 - 7,715 (247) Expenditures Total expenditures ----- - Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 7,962 7,962 7,715 - 7,715 (247) Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ----- - Transfers out ----- - Total other financing sources (uses)----- - Net change in fund balance 7,962 7,962 7,715 - 7,715 (247) Fund balance, October 1 41,186 41,186 41,186 - 41,186 - Fund balance, September 30 49,148$ 49,148$ 48,901$ -$ 48,901$ (247)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Efficiency Time Payment Fund (reported as part of the General Fund(s)) For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 80 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 9,000$ 9,000$ 7,305$ -$ 7,305$ (1,695)$ Rents and royalties 423,890 423,890 503,885 (57,930) 445,955 22,065 Total revenues 432,890 432,890 511,190 (57,930) 453,260 20,370 Expenditures Public works 24,500 24,500 16,978 - 16,978 (7,522) Other 100,500 100,500 71,298 9,000 80,298 (20,202) Total expenditures 125,000 125,000 88,276 9,000 97,276 (27,724) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 307,890 307,890 422,914 (66,930) 355,984 48,094 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in - - - - - - Transfers out - (423,320) (423,320) - (423,320) - Total other financing sources (uses) - (423,320) (423,320) - (423,320) - Net change in fund balance 307,890 (115,430) (406) (66,930) (67,336) 48,094 Fund balance, October 1 1,793,451 1,793,451 1,793,451 - 1,793,451 - Fund balance, September 30 2,101,341$ 1,678,021$ 1,793,045$ (66,930)$ 1,726,115$ 48,094$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Chimney Hill Fund (reported as part of the General Fund(s)) For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 81 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 1,000$ 1,000$ 250$ 3$ 253$ (747)$ Total revenues 1,000 1,000 250 3 253 (747) Expenditures Total expenditures ----- - Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 1,000 1,000 250 3 253 (747) Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ----- - Transfers out (112,150) (112,150) (111,016)- (111,016)1,134 Total other financing sources (uses) (112,150) (112,150) (111,016)- (111,016)1,134 Net change in fund balance (111,150) (111,150) (110,766)3 (110,763)387 Fund balance, October 1 110,766 110,766 110,766 - 110,766 - Fund balance, September 30 (384)$ (384)$ -$ 3$ 3$ 387$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Business Park Fund (reported as part of the General Fund(s)) For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 82 COMBINING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Special revenue funds are used to account for specific revenues that are legally restricted or committed to expenditures for particular purposes other than debt service or capital projects. Court Technology Fee Fund – account for funds collected by municipal court to be used to finance the purchase of or to maintain technological enhancements for a municipal court. Court Security Fee Fund - account for funds collected by municipal court used to finance security personnel for a municipal court or to finance items when used for the purpose of providing security services. Juvenile Case Manager Fund – account for funds collected by municipal court used to finance the salary and benefits of a juvenile case manager. Police Seizure Fund – account for funds obtained through forfeiture provisions under federal laws; seized money from delivery of controlled substance in accordance with Public Health Laws. These monies are to be used for training and other law enforcement activities. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Fund – account for funds granted to the City under the ARRA. Traffic Safety Fund – account for the receipt and expenditure of funds from the operation of red light cameras. Memorial Cemetery Fund – account for sales of plots (and options of plots) in the Aggie Field of Honor & Municipal Cemetery. Memorial Cemetery Endowment Fund – account for principal trust amounts received and related interest income for the College Station Memorial Cemetery. Texas Ave. Cemetery Endowment Fund – to account for principal trust amounts received and related interest income for the College Station Cemetery. Hotel Tax Fund – account for the receipt and expenditure of funds received by the City from the assessment of hotel and motel occupancy tax. Usage of funds is restricted to the construction and maintenance of convention and civic facilities and to the promotion of tourism and arts within the City. Community Development Fund – account for funds granted to the City by the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development for use on various community improvement projects. Wolf Pen Creek Tax Increment Financing District Fund – account for the receipt and expenditure of funds received by the City from the creation of a tax increment financing district for the Wolf Pen Creek area. Parks Escrow Fund – account for the receipt and expenditure of funds received by the City from residential land developers, who dedicate land, or money in lieu of land, for use in the development of community and neighborhood parks in residential areas. Sidewalk Zones- account for the receipt and expenditure of funds received by the City from residential land developers, who dedicate land, or money in lieu of land, for use in the development of community and neighborhood sidewalks. Drainage Projects Fund – to account for the cost of drainage maintenance and drainage improvements made with funds provided by a drainage utility fee and proceeds from the sale of general obligation bonds. Recreation Fund- is designed to help the city identify costs and revenues associated with sports, concessions, Senior/Teen Centers, and instruction programs. Ultimately, the fund will help identify how much the General Fund is subsidizing adult and youth programs. CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS Capital Projects Funds are used to account for the acquisition and construction of major capital improvements other than those financed by proprietary funds and trust funds. General Government Projects Fund – to account for the cost of new building construction and building improvements made with funds provided by proceeds from the sale of general obligation bonds, certificates of obligation and by investing those proceeds. Parks & Recreation Projects Fund – to account for the costs of new parks and improvements to existing parks made with funds provided from the sale of general obligation bonds, certificates of obligation and by investing those proceeds. 83 Court Technology Fee Court Security Fee Juvenile Case Manager Police Seizure American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Traffic Safety Memorial Cemetery Memorial Cemetery Endowment Assets Cash and cash equivalents 358,794$ 78,102$ 285,144$ 82,126$ 51,603$ -$ 1,148,482$ 472,331$ Investments 52,102 11,342 41,407 11,926 7,493 - 166,774 68,589 Receivables (net of all. for uncollectible)---- --31,517 15,523 Inventories ---- --4,651,977 2,291,272 Total assets 410,896$ 89,444$ 326,551$ 94,052$ 59,096$ -$ 5,998,750$ 2,847,715$ Liabilities Accounts payable -$ 10$ -$ 2,026$ 58,755$ -$ -$ -$ Accrued liabilities - 1,305 1,828 ----- Other deferred revenues ----345-31,517 15,523 Retainage payable ---- ---- Refundable deposits ---- --400- Total liabilities - 1,315 1,828 2,026 59,100 - 31,917 15,523 Fund balance Nonspendable ---- --4,651,978 2,291,272 Restricted 410,896 88,129 324,723 92,026 (4) - - - Committed ---- --1,314,855 540,920 Assigned ---- ---- Unassigned ---- ---- Total fund balance 410,896 88,129 324,723 92,026 (4) - 5,966,833 2,832,192 Total liabilities and fund balance 410,896$ 89,444$ 326,551$ 94,052$ 59,096$ -$ 5,998,750$ 2,847,715$ Special Revenue CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Balance Sheet Nonmajor Governmental Funds September 30, 2012 84 Texas Ave Cemetery Endowment Hotel Tax Community Development Wolf Pen Creek Tax Incremental Financing District Parks Escrow Sidewalk Zones Drainage Projects Recreation General Government Projects Parks & Recreation Projects Total Other Governmental Funds 1,540,076$ 3,911,733$ 491,425$ 2,297,296$ 2,826,786$ 42,729$ 2,715,792$ 60,390$ 3,272,670$ 985,159$ 20,620,638$ 223,639 568,035 71,361 333,597 410,485 6,205 394,368 8,769 475,234 143,058 2,994,384 903 - 1,073,290 - - - 222,103 8,257 - - 1,351,593 239 - 117,686 -------7,061,174 1,764,857$ 4,479,768$ 1,753,762$ 2,630,893$ 3,237,271$ 48,934$ 3,332,263$ 77,416$ 3,747,904$ 1,128,217$ 32,027,789$ 1,375$ 29,414$ 93,555$ 202,272$ 57,239$ -$ 115,238$ 41,444$ 540,446$ 105,282$ 1,247,056$ --3,612 --- 12,512 28,974 --48,231 903 -7,854 ----1,822 --57,964 --15,341 12,996 4,815 --- 271,574 31,875 336,601 -- -----5,175 --5,575 2,278 29,414 120,362 215,268 62,054 - 127,750 77,415 812,020 137,157 1,695,427 -- --------6,943,250 - 4,450,354 1,633,400 2,415,625 3,175,217 48,934 3,204,513 1 2,935,884 991,060 19,770,758 1,762,579 ---------3,618,354 -- -------- - -- -------- - 1,762,579 4,450,354 1,633,400 2,415,625 3,175,217 48,934 3,204,513 1 2,935,884 991,060 30,332,362 1,764,857$ 4,479,768$ 1,753,762$ 2,630,893$ 3,237,271$ 48,934$ 3,332,263$ 77,416$ 3,747,904$ 1,128,217$ 32,027,789$ Capital Projects 85 Court Technology Fee Court Security Fee Juvenile Case Manager Police Seizure American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Traffic Safety Memorial Cemetery Memorial Cemetery Endowment Revenues Other taxes -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Licenses and permits ---- --- - Intergovernmental - - - 46,720 243,860 - - - Charges for services ---- --277,121 133,022 Fines, forfeits, & penalties 100,676 59,955 99,637 - - - - - Investment income 1,718 423 1,448 316 (829) 340 5,159 2,070 Rents and royalties ---- --- - Contributions ---- --- - Other - - - 11,975 (1,231) - - - Total revenues 102,394 60,378 101,085 59,011 241,800 340 282,280 135,092 Expenditures Current General government ----27,980 - - - Fiscal services 69,226 65,798 94,564 - - - - - Police - - - 30,138 25,309 - - - Planning & development services ----48,481 - - - Public works ----455,882 28,218 - - Parks & recreation ----54,786 - - 1,672 Contributions ---- --- - Other ----57,498 54,810 206,714 100,337 Capital outlay ----178,158 - - - Total expenditures 69,226 65,798 94,564 30,138 848,094 83,028 206,714 102,009 Excess(deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 33,168 (5,420) 6,521 28,873 (606,294) (82,688) 75,566 33,083 Other financing sources (uses) Issuance of debt ---- --- - Transfers in ----623,543 - - - Transfers out ----(17,253) - - - Total other financing sources (uses)----606,290 - - - Net change in fund balance 33,168 (5,420) 6,521 28,873 (4) (82,688) 75,566 33,083 Fund balance, October 1 377,728 93,549 318,202 63,153 - 82,688 5,891,267 2,799,109 Fund balance, September 30 410,896$ 88,129$ 324,723$ 92,026$ (4)$ -$ 5,966,833$ 2,832,192$ Special Revenue CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Nonmajor Governmental Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 86 Texas Ave Cemetery Endowment Hotel Tax Community Development Wolf Pen Creek Tax Increment Financing Parks Escrow Sidewalk Zones Drainage Utility Recreation General Government Projects Parks Projects Total Other Governmental Funds -$ 3,643,887$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 3,643,887$ -- -----565--565 - - 1,586,651 - - - 13,473 6,697 - - 1,897,401 45,454 -----1,951,924 901,422 -- 3,308,943 -- --------260,268 7,714 18,622 - 13,591 12,500 217 13,115 846 30,963 7,121 115,334 (662)------166,671 -- 166,009 1,000 --- 1,217,580 --6,225 -- 1,224,805 -250 2,054 -18 -23 17,712 186 90,204 121,191 53,506 3,662,759 1,588,705 13,591 1,230,098 217 1,978,535 1,100,138 31,149 97,325 10,738,403 -2,012 (117,429)-------(87,437) -- ----454---230,042 -- --------55,447 -- 1,049,911 --- 76,615 --- 1,175,007 -- ----974,415 --- 1,458,515 44 96,352 -----3,648,690 -- 3,801,544 - 1,498,007 --------1,498,007 48 1,030 - 570,784 120,668 - 85,418 --380 1,197,687 - 97,500 330,865 284,173 164,931 - 152,236 - 6,263,263 1,103,135 8,574,261 92 1,694,901 1,263,347 854,957 285,599 - 1,289,138 3,648,690 6,263,263 1,103,515 17,903,073 53,414 1,967,858 325,358 (841,366) 944,499 217 689,397 (2,548,552) (6,232,114) (1,006,190) (7,164,670) -- -------175,380 175,380 --5,638 --- 49,983 2,719,612 164,870 950 3,564,596 - (2,712,097) (221,832)- (26,373)- (415,317) (171,059) (1,079,487) (43,029) (4,686,447) - (2,712,097) (216,194)- (26,373)- (365,334) 2,548,553 (914,617) 133,301 (946,471) 53,414 (744,239) 109,164 (841,366) 918,126 217 324,063 1 (7,146,731) (872,889) (8,111,141) 1,709,165 5,194,593 1,524,236 3,256,991 2,257,091 48,717 2,880,450 - 10,082,615 1,863,949 38,443,503 1,762,579$ 4,450,354$ 1,633,400$ 2,415,625$ 3,175,217$ 48,934$ 3,204,513$ 1$ 2,935,884$ 991,060$ 30,332,362$ Capital Projects 87 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Fines, forfeits, and penalties 100,000$ 100,000$ 100,676$ -$ 100,676$ 676$ Investment income 1,750 1,750 1,718 - 1,718 (32) Total revenues 101,750 101,750 102,394 - 102,394 644 Expenditures Fiscal services 133,880 133,880 69,226 - 69,226 (64,654) Total expenditures 133,880 133,880 69,226 - 69,226 (64,654) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (32,130) (32,130) 33,168 - 33,168 65,298 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in - - - - - - Transfers out - - - - - - Total other financing sources (uses) - - - - - - Net change in fund balance (32,130) (32,130) 33,168 - 33,168 65,298 Fund balance, October 1 377,728 377,728 377,728 - 377,728 - Fund balance, September 30 345,598$ 345,598$ 410,896$ -$ 410,896$ 65,298$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Court Technology Fee Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 88 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Fines, forfeits, and penalties 58,000$ 58,000$ 59,955$ -$ 59,955$ 1,955$ Investment income 750 750 423 -423 (327) Total revenues 58,750 58,750 60,378 - 60,378 1,628 Expenditures Fiscal services 65,040 65,040 65,798 - 65,798 758 Total expenditures 65,040 65,040 65,798 - 65,798 758 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (6,290) (6,290) (5,420)-(5,420)870 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ------ Transfers out ------ Total other financing sources (uses)------ Net change in fund balance (6,290) (6,290) (5,420)-(5,420)870 Fund balance, October 1 93,549 93,549 93,549 - 93,549 - Fund balance, September 30 87,259$ 87,259$ 88,129$ -$ 88,129$ 870$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Court Security Fee Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 89 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Fines, forfeits, and penalties 128,000$ 128,000$ 99,637$ -$ 99,637$ (28,363)$ Investment income 1,689 1,689 1,448 -1,448 (241) Total revenues 129,689 129,689 101,085 - 101,085 (28,604) Expenditures Fiscal services 97,900 97,900 94,564 -94,564 (3,336) Total expenditures 97,900 97,900 94,564 -94,564 (3,336) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 31,789 31,789 6,521 -6,521 (25,268) Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ------ Transfers out ------ Total other financing sources (uses)------ Net change in fund balance 31,789 31,789 6,521 -6,521 (25,268) Fund balance, October 1 318,202 318,202 318,202 - 318,202 - Fund balance, September 30 349,991$ 349,991$ 324,723$ -$ 324,723$ (25,268)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Juvenile Case Manager Fee Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 90 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Intergovernmental 20,000$ 20,000$ 46,720$ -$ 46,720$ 26,720$ Investment income 525 525 316 - 316 (209) Other - - 11,975 - 11,975 11,975 Total revenues 20,525 20,525 59,011 - 59,011 38,486 Expenditures Police 40,000 40,000 30,138 - 30,138 (9,862) Total expenditures 40,000 40,000 30,138 - 30,138 (9,862) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (19,475) (19,475) 28,873 - 28,873 48,348 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in - - - - - - Transfers out - - - - - - Total other financing sources (uses) - - - - - - Net change in fund balance (19,475) (19,475) 28,873 - 28,873 48,348 Fund balance, October 1 63,153 63,153 63,153 - 63,153 - Fund balance, September 30 43,678$ 43,678$ 92,026$ -$ 92,026$ 48,348$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Police Seizure Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 91 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Intergovernmental 65,000$ 176,138$ 243,860$ -$ 243,860$ 67,722$ Investment income 250 250 (829)740 (89)(339) Other -- (1,231)-(1,231)(1,231) Total revenues 65,250 176,388 241,800 740 242,540 66,152 Expenditures General government 65,000 65,000 27,980 -27,980 (37,020) Police - 25,516 25,309 207 25,516 - Planning and development services -- 48,481 -48,481 48,481 Public works - 450,560 455,882 - 455,882 5,322 Parks & recreation - 21,734 54,786 -54,786 33,052 Other - 299,821 235,656 (19) 235,637 (64,184) Total expenditures 65,000 862,631 848,094 188 848,282 (14,349) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 250 (686,243) (606,294)552 (605,742)80,501 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in - 621,733 623,543 (4,480) 619,063 (2,670) Transfers out -- (17,253) 17,253 -- Total other financing sources (uses)- 621,733 606,290 12,773 619,063 (2,670) Net change in fund balance 250 (64,510)(4) 13,325 13,321 77,831 Fund balance, October 1 ------ Fund balance, September 30 250$ (64,510)$ (4)$ 13,325$ 13,321$ 77,831$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 92 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 1,400$ 1,400$ 340$ 29$ 369$ (1,031)$ Total revenues 1,400 1,400 340 29 369 (1,031) Expenditures Public works 72,959 72,959 28,218 -28,218 (44,741) Other -- 54,810 -54,810 54,810 Total expenditures 72,959 72,959 83,028 -83,028 10,069 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (71,559) (71,559) (82,688)29 (82,659) (11,100) Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ------ Transfers out ------ Total other financing sources (uses)------ Net change in fund balance (71,559) (71,559) (82,688)29 (82,659) (11,100) Fund balance, October 1 82,688 82,688 82,688 -82,688 - Fund balance, September 30 11,129$ 11,129$ -$ 29$ 29$ (11,100)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Traffic Safety Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 93 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Other charges for services 227,293$ 227,293$ 277,121$ -$ 277,121$ 49,828$ Investment income 5,000 5,000 5,159 - 5,159 159 Total revenues 232,293 232,293 282,280 - 282,280 49,987 Expenditures Other - - 206,714 (206,714) - - Total expenditures - - 206,714 (206,714) - - Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 232,293 232,293 75,566 206,714 282,280 49,987 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ----- - Transfers out ----- - Total other financing sources (uses)----- - Net change in fund balance 232,293 232,293 75,566 206,714 282,280 49,987 Fund balance, October 1 5,891,267 5,891,267 5,891,267 - 5,891,267 - Fund balance, September 30 6,123,560$ 6,123,560$ 5,966,833$ 206,714$ 6,173,547$ 49,987$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Memorial Cemetery Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 94 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over(Under) Revenues Other charges for services 111,951$ 111,951$ 133,022$ -$ 133,022$ 21,071$ Investment income 2,000 2,000 2,070 -2,070 70 Total revenues 113,951 113,951 135,092 - 135,092 21,141 Expenditures Parks & recreation 10,000 10,000 1,672 -1,672 (8,328) Other -- 100,337 (100,337)-- Total expenditures 10,000 10,000 102,009 (100,337)1,672 (8,328) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 103,951 103,951 33,083 100,337 133,420 29,469 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ------ Transfers out ------ Total other financing sources (uses)------ Net change in fund balance 103,951 103,951 33,083 100,337 133,420 29,469 Fund balance, October 1 2,799,109 2,799,109 2,799,109 - 2,799,109 - Fund balance, September 30 2,903,060$ 2,903,060$ 2,832,192$ 100,337$ 2,932,529$ 29,469$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Memorial Cemetery Endowment Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 95 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Other charges for services 15,000$ 15,000$ 45,454$ -$ 45,454$ 30,454$ Investment income 8,000 8,000 7,714 - 7,714 (286) Contributions - - 1,000 - 1,000 1,000 Other - - (662) - (662) (662) Total revenues 23,000 23,000 53,506 - 53,506 30,506 Expenditures Parks & recreation - - 44 - 44 44 Other - - 48 - 48 48 Total expenditures - - 92 - 92 92 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 23,000 23,000 53,414 - 53,414 30,414 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in - - - - - - Transfers out - - - - - - Total other financing sources (uses) - - - - - - Net change in fund balance 23,000 23,000 53,414 - 53,414 30,414 Fund balance, October 1 1,709,165 1,709,165 1,709,165 - 1,709,165 - Fund balance, September 30 1,732,165$ 1,732,165$ 1,762,579$ -$ 1,762,579$ 30,414$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Texas Ave Cemetery Endowment Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 96 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Hotel occupancy tax 3,372,680$ 3,372,680$ 3,643,887$ -$ 3,643,887$ 271,207$ Investment income 28,000 28,000 18,622 -18,622 (9,378) Other --250 -250 250 Total revenues 3,400,680 3,400,680 3,662,759 - 3,662,759 262,079 Expenditures General government --2,012 -2,012 2,012 Parks & recreation 219,000 219,000 96,352 -96,352 (122,648) Contributions 1,303,000 1,562,507 1,498,007 - 1,498,007 (64,500) Other - 280,000 98,530 -98,530 (181,470) Total expenditures 1,522,000 2,061,507 1,694,901 - 1,694,901 (366,606) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 1,878,680 1,339,173 1,967,858 - 1,967,858 628,685 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in (326,698)----- Transfers out (224,444) (2,824,695) (2,712,097)- (2,712,097) 112,598 Contingency (50,000) (50,000)---50,000 Total other financing sources (uses)(601,142) (2,874,695) (2,712,097)- (2,712,097) 162,598 Net change in fund balance 1,277,538 (1,535,522) (744,239)- (744,239) 791,283 Fund balance, October 1 5,194,593 5,194,593 5,194,593 - 5,194,593 - Fund balance, September 30 6,472,131$ 3,659,071$ 4,450,354$ -$ 4,450,354$ 791,283$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Hotel Tax Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 97 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Intergovernmental 5,012,772$ 5,012,772$ 1,586,651$ -$ 1,586,651$ (3,426,121)$ Other 377,500 377,500 2,054 -2,054 (375,446) Total revenues 5,390,272 5,390,272 1,588,705 - 1,588,705 (3,801,567) Expenditures General government -- (117,429) 117,429 -- Planning and development services 3,120,726 3,120,726 1,049,911 - 1,049,911 (2,070,815) Other 599,396 634,396 330,865 - 330,865 (303,531) Total expenditures 3,720,122 3,755,122 1,263,347 117,429 1,380,776 (2,374,346) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 1,670,150 1,635,150 325,358 (117,429) 207,929 (1,427,221) Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in - - 5,638 (5,638) - - Transfers out (1,292,650) (1,257,650) (221,832) 2,670 (219,162) 1,038,488 Total other financing sources (uses) (1,292,650) (1,257,650) (216,194) (2,968) (219,162) 1,038,488 Net change in fund balance 377,500 377,500 109,164 (120,397) (11,233) (388,733) Fund balance, October 1 1,524,236 1,524,236 1,524,236 - 1,524,236 - Fund balance, September 30 1,901,736$ 1,901,736$ 1,633,400$ (120,397)$ 1,513,003$ (388,733)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Community Development Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 98 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 10,000$ 10,000$ 13,591$ -$ 13,591$ 3,591$ Total revenues 10,000 10,000 13,591 -13,591 3,591 Expenditures Other - 570,784 854,957 - 854,957 284,173 Total expenditures - 570,784 854,957 - 854,957 284,173 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures 10,000 (560,784) (841,366)- (841,366) (280,582) Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ------ Transfers out ------ Total other financing sources (uses)------ Net change in fund balance 10,000 (560,784) (841,366)- (841,366) (280,582) Fund balance, October 1 3,256,991 3,256,991 3,256,991 - 3,256,991 - Fund balance, September 30 3,266,991$ 2,696,207$ 2,415,625$ -$ 2,415,625$ (280,582)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Wolf Pen Creek (WPC) TIF Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 99 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 5,000$ 5,000$ 12,500$ -$ 12,500$ 7,500$ Contributions 300,000 300,000 1,217,580 - 1,217,580 917,580 Other --18 -18 18 Total revenues 305,000 305,000 1,230,098 - 1,230,098 925,098 Expenditures Other - 120,668 120,668 - 120,668 - Capital outlay 1,197,000 1,107,500 164,931 - 164,931 (942,569) Total expenditures 1,197,000 1,228,168 285,599 - 285,599 (942,569) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (892,000) (923,168) 944,499 - 944,499 1,867,667 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in ------ Transfers out (26,373) (26,373) (26,373) - (26,373) - Total other financing sources (uses) (26,373) (26,373) (26,373) - (26,373) - Net change in fund balance (918,373) (949,541) 918,126 - 918,126 1,867,667 Fund balance, October 1 2,257,091 2,257,091 2,257,091 - 2,257,091 - Fund balance, September 30 1,338,718$ 1,307,550$ 3,175,217$ -$ 3,175,217$ 1,867,667$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Parks Escrow Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 100 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Intergovernmental 13,473$ 13,473$ 13,473$ -$ 13,473$ -$ Other charges for services 1,976,200 1,976,200 1,951,924 - 1,951,924 (24,276) Investment income 8,100 8,100 13,115 - 13,115 5,015 Other - - 23 - 23 23 Total revenues 1,997,773 1,997,773 1,978,535 - 1,978,535 (19,238) Expenditures Fiscal services - - 454 - 454 454 Planning and development services 74,300 74,300 76,615 - 76,615 2,315 Public works 961,812 961,812 974,415 (119,265) 855,150 (106,662) Other 1,037,639 1,037,639 237,654 59,919 297,573 (740,066) Total expenditures 2,073,751 2,073,751 1,289,138 (59,346) 1,229,792 (843,959) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (75,978) (75,978) 689,397 59,346 748,743 824,721 Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in - - 49,983 (49,983) - - Transfers out (415,317) (415,317) (415,317) - (415,317) - Total other financing sources (uses) (415,317) (415,317) (365,334) (49,983) (415,317) - Net change in fund balance (491,295) (491,295) 324,063 9,363 333,426 824,721 Fund balance, October 1 2,880,450 2,880,450 2,880,450 - 2,880,450 - Fund balance, September 30 2,389,155$ 2,389,155$ 3,204,513$ 9,363$ 3,213,876$ 824,721$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Drainage Utility Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 101 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Licenses and permits -$ -$ 565$ -$ 565$ 565$ Intergovernmental - - 6,697 - 6,697 6,697 Parks & recreation charges for services 832,336 832,336 793,494 - 793,494 (38,842) Other charges for services 108,300 108,300 107,928 - 107,928 (372) Investment income 400 400 846 - 846 446 Rents and royalties 242,230 242,230 166,671 - 166,671 (75,559) Contributions - - 6,225 - 6,225 6,225 Other 14,750 14,750 17,712 - 17,712 2,962 Total revenues 1,198,016 1,198,016 1,100,138 - 1,100,138 (97,878) Expenditures Parks & recreation 3,640,283 3,640,283 3,648,690 - 3,648,690 8,407 Total expenditures 3,640,283 3,640,283 3,648,690 - 3,648,690 8,407 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (2,442,267) (2,442,267) (2,548,552) - (2,548,552) (106,285) Other financing sources (uses) Transfers in 2,613,326 2,613,326 2,719,612 - 2,719,612 106,286 Transfers out (171,059) (171,059) (171,059) - (171,059) - Total other financing sources (uses) 2,442,267 2,442,267 2,548,553 - 2,548,553 106,286 Net change in fund balance - - 1 - 1 1 Fund balance, October 1 - - - - - - Fund balance, September 30 -$ -$ 1$ -$ 1$ 1$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Recreation Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 102 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 25,000$ 25,000$ 30,963$ -$ 30,963$ 5,963$ Other - - 186 - 186 186 Total revenues 25,000 25,000 31,149 - 31,149 6,149 Expenditures Fiscal services 1,000 1,000 - - - (1,000) Other 1,044,890 1,044,890 6,263,263 - 6,263,263 5,218,373 Total expenditures 1,045,890 1,045,890 6,263,263 - 6,263,263 5,217,373 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (1,020,890) (1,020,890) (6,232,114) - (6,232,114) (5,211,224) Other financing sources (uses) Issuance of debt 100,000 100,000 - - - (100,000) Transfers in - - 164,870 - 164,870 164,870 Transfers out (1,079,487) (1,079,487) (1,079,487) - (1,079,487) - Total other financing sources (uses) (979,487) (979,487) (914,617) - (914,617) 64,870 Net change in fund balance (2,000,377) (2,000,377) (7,146,731) - (7,146,731) (5,146,354) Fund balance, October 1 10,082,615 10,082,615 10,082,615 - 10,082,615 - Fund balance, September 30 8,082,238$ 8,082,238$ 2,935,884$ -$ 2,935,884$ (5,146,354)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual General Government Projects Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 103 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Investment income 15,000$ 15,000$ 7,121$ -$ 7,121$ (7,879)$ Other 81,600 81,600 90,204 - 90,204 8,604 Total revenues 96,600 96,600 97,325 - 97,325 725 Expenditures Other 2,583,384 2,658,384 1,103,515 - 1,103,515 (1,554,869) Total expenditures 2,583,384 2,658,384 1,103,515 - 1,103,515 (1,554,869) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (2,486,784) (2,561,784) (1,006,190) - (1,006,190) 1,555,594 Other financing sources (uses) Issuance of debt 2,715,000 2,715,000 175,380 - 175,380 (2,539,620) Transfers in - - 950 - 950 950 Transfers out (43,029) (43,029) (43,029) - (43,029) - Total other financing sources (uses) 2,671,971 2,671,971 133,301 - 133,301 (2,538,670) Net change in fund balance 185,187 110,187 (872,889) - (872,889) (983,076) Fund balance, October 1 1,863,949 1,863,949 1,863,949 - 1,863,949 - Fund balance, September 30 2,049,136$ 1,974,136$ 991,060$ -$ 991,060$ (983,076)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Parks Projects Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 104 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Ad valorem taxes 11,623,526$ 11,623,526$ 11,500,510$ -$ 11,500,510$ (123,016)$ Investment income 45,000 45,000 24,842 -24,842 (20,158) Other --1,596 -1,596 1,596 Total revenues 11,668,526 11,668,526 11,526,948 - 11,526,948 (141,578) Expenditures Debt service principal 8,912,425 8,120,000 8,120,000 - 8,592,425 - Debt service interest 3,716,577 3,915,742 3,696,245 - 3,223,820 (219,497) Fiscal charges 20,000 44,221 118,171 - 118,171 73,950 Total expenditures 12,649,002 12,079,963 11,934,416 - 11,934,416 (145,547) Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (980,476) (411,437) (407,468)- (407,468)3,969 Other financing sources (uses) Advance refunding - (2,704,099) (11,432,308)- (11,432,308) (8,728,209) Issuance of debt -- 7,283,494 - 7,283,494 7,283,494 Premium on bonds issued - - 1,132,812 - 1,132,812 1,132,812 Transfers in 623,679 2,921,317 2,921,317 - 2,921,317 - Transfers out - - - - - - Total other financing sources (uses) 623,679 217,218 (94,685) - (94,685) (311,903) Net change in fund balance (356,797) (194,219) (502,153) - (502,153) (307,934) Fund balance, October 1 4,304,596 4,304,596 4,304,596 - 4,304,596 - Fund balance, September 30 3,947,799$ 4,110,377$ 3,802,443$ -$ 3,802,443$ (307,934)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Debt Service Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 105 Original Budget Final Budget Actual GAAP Basis Adjustments Budget Basis Actual Budget Basis Variance with Final Budget Over (Under) Revenues Intergovernmental 555,000$ 555,000$ 340,870$ -$ 340,870$ (214,130)$ Investment income 25,000 25,000 54,788 -54,788 29,788 Other -- 26,966 -26,966 26,966 Total revenues 580,000 580,000 422,624 - 422,624 (157,376) Expenditures Fiscal services --4,546 -4,546 4,546 Capital outlay 5,706,500 5,706,500 5,767,456 - 5,767,456 60,956 Fiscal charges 35,000 35,000 9,120 -9,120 (25,880) Intergovernmental -- 294,103 - 294,103 294,103 Total expenditures 5,741,500 5,741,500 6,075,225 - 6,075,225 333,725 Excess (deficit) of revenues over (under) expenditures (5,161,500) (5,161,500) (5,652,601)- (5,652,601) (491,101) Other financing sources (uses) Issuance of debt 5,330,000 5,330,000 4,269,120 - 4,269,120 (1,060,880) Transfers in 227,083 227,083 288,355 - 288,355 61,272 Transfers out (368,924) (368,924) (368,924)- (368,924)- Total other financing sources (uses)5,188,159 5,188,159 4,188,551 - 4,188,551 (999,608) Net change in fund balance 26,659 26,659 (1,464,050) - (1,464,050) (1,490,709) Fund balance, October 1 13,578,972 13,578,972 13,578,972 - 13,578,972 - Fund balance, September 30 13,605,631$ 13,605,631$ 12,114,922$ -$ 12,114,922$ (1,490,709)$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual Streets Projects Fund For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 106 COMBINING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NONMAJOR ENTERPRISE FUNDS Sanitation Fund - account for all sanitation collection and disposal activities by the City for both residential and commercial customers. Northgate Parking Garage Fund - account for revenues and expenses related to the operation and maintenance of the Northgate parking garage and parking lot. 107 Sanitation Northgate Parking Garage Total Nonmajor Enterprise Funds Assets Current assets Cash and cash equivalents 265,044$ 532,374$ 797,418$ Investments 38,488 77,308 115,796 Receivables (net of all. for uncollectible)872,669 60,262 932,931 Inventories 17,309 -17,309 Total current assets 1,193,510 669,944 1,863,454 Noncurrent assets Equity in joint venture 12,213,396 - 12,213,396 Loan receivable 4,550,000 - 4,550,000 Bond issuance charges - 34,645 34,645 Accumulated amortization - (13,292) (13,292) Total deferred charges - 21,353 21,353 Capital assets Buildings - 5,743,755 5,743,755 Machinery and equipment 5,555,257 830,273 6,385,530 Less accumulated depreciation (2,869,060) (1,954,510) (4,823,570) Land - 690,750 690,750 Total capital assets 2,686,197 5,310,268 7,996,465 Total noncurrent assets 19,449,593 5,331,621 24,781,214 Total assets 20,643,103$ 6,001,565$ 26,644,668$ Liabilities Current liabilities Accounts payable 235,970$ 60,005$ 295,975$ Accrued liabilities 84,098 14,793 98,891 Other deferred revenues - 91,134 91,134 Accrued interest payable 20,241 10,034 30,275 Refundable deposits -4,200 4,200 Certificates of obligation 220,000 - 220,000 General obligation bonds - 393,174 393,174 Total current liabilities 560,309 573,340 1,133,649 Noncurrent liabilities Certificates of obligation 4,330,000 - 4,330,000 General obligation bonds - 2,319,045 2,319,045 Accrued vacation 88,003 6,305 94,308 Post employment benefits 208,702 20,067 228,769 Net pension obligation 174,416 16,528 190,944 Total noncurrent liabilites 4,801,121 2,361,945 7,163,066 Total liabilities 5,361,430$ 2,935,285$ 8,296,715$ Net Assets Invested in capital, net of related debt 2,686,197 2,588,018 5,274,215 Restricted for: Debt service --- Unrestricted 12,595,476 478,262 13,073,738 Total net assets 15,281,673$ 3,066,280$ 18,347,953$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Net Assets Nonmajor Enterprise Funds September 30, 2012 108 Sanitation Northgate Parking Garage Total Nonmajor Enterprise Funds Operating revenues Charges for services 7,201,507$ 1,136,323$ 8,337,830$ Other 10,506 3,505 14,011 Total operating revenues 7,212,013 1,139,828 8,351,841 Operating expenses Salaries and benefits 2,109,011 295,063 2,404,074 Supplies 610,029 18,510 628,539 Maintenance 478,535 18,797 497,332 Purchased professional services 619,738 107,189 726,927 Purchased property services 1,637,284 66,553 1,703,837 Other purchased services 1,010,875 86,316 1,097,191 Depreciation 620,873 251,966 872,839 Other 34,157 50 34,207 Total operating expenses 7,120,502 844,444 7,964,946 Operating income 91,511 295,384 386,895 Nonoperating revenues (expenses) Investment income 3,610 2,362 5,972 Gain (loss) on disposal of assets (58,431) - (58,431) Earnings in joint venture (730,842) - (730,842) Intergovernmental 9,718 - 9,718 Interest expense - (83,054) (83,054) Debt issuance costs - (235) (235) Other, net (8,798) 5,995 (2,803) Total nonoperating revenues (expenses) (784,743) (74,932) (859,675) Income before capital contributions and transfers (693,232) 220,452 (472,780) Capital contributions and transfers Capital contributions 1,701,011 - 1,701,011 Transfers in - 220,633 220,633 Transfers out (1,185,087) (91,529) (1,276,616) Total capital contributions and transfers 515,924 129,104 645,028 Change in net assets (177,308) 349,556 172,248 Beginning net assets 15,458,981 2,716,724 18,175,705 Ending net assets 15,281,673$ 3,066,280$ 18,347,953$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets Nonmajor Enterprise Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 109 Total Northgate Nonmajor Parking Enterprise Sanitation Garage Funds Cash flows from operating activities: Cash received from customers 7,174,133$ 1,080,947$ 8,255,080$ Cash payments to suppliers for goods and services (4,481,074) (277,804) (4,758,878) Cash payments to employees for services (2,036,359) (251,117) (2,287,476) Customer deposits - (2,470) (2,470) Cash paid for miscellaneous services (193,795) - (193,795) Cash received for miscellaneous revenues 9,718 5,995 15,713 Net cash provided (used) by operating activities 472,623 555,551 1,028,174 Cash flows from noncapital financing activities: Transfers in from other funds - 220,633 220,633 Transfers out to other funds (1,185,087) (91,529) (1,276,616) Net cash provided (used) by noncapital financing activities (1,185,087) 129,104 (1,055,983) Cash flows from capital and related financing activities: Acquisition and construction of capital assets (1,701,011) (146,802) (1,847,813) Capital grants and contributions 1,701,011 - 1,701,011 Principal paid on certificates of obligation and general obligation bonds - (381,026) (381,026) Interest paid on certificates of obligation and general obligation bonds - (84,000) (84,000) Net cash provided (used) by capital and related financing activities - (611,828) (611,828) Cash flows from investing activities: Purchase of investments (129,759) (210,220) (339,979) Proceeds from sale and maturities of investment securities 161,227 169,845 331,072 Investment income 3,610 2,362 5,972 Net cash provided (used) by investing activities 35,078 (38,013) (2,935) Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents (677,386) 34,814 (642,572) Cash and cash equivalents, Oct. 1 942,430 497,560 1,439,990 Cash and cash equivalents, Sept. 30 265,044$ 532,374$ 797,418$ Reconciliation of operating income to net cash Provided by operating activities: Operating income 91,511$ 295,384$ 386,895$ Adjustment to reconcile operating income to net Cash provided (used) by operating activities: Depreciation, bad debt expense, inventory loss 620,873 251,966 872,839 Miscellaneous nonoperating revenues 9,718 5,995 15,713 Miscellaneous nonoperating expenses (193,795) - (193,795) Changes in assets and liabilities: Change in accounts receivable (37,880) (52,525) (90,405) Change in inventory (2,906) - (2,906) Change in accounts payable (75,783) 52,303 (23,480) Change in refundable deposits - (2,470) (2,470) Change in accrued liabilities (11,286) (1,383) (12,669) Change in deferred revenue - (6,356) (6,356) Change in accrued vacation 7,270 6,305 13,575 Change in OPEB 38,170 3,724 41,894 Change in net pension obligation 26,731 2,608 29,339 Total adjustments 381,112 260,167 641,279 Net cash provided (used) by operating activities 472,623$ 555,551$ 1,028,174$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Cash Flows Nonmajor Enterprise Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 110 COMBINING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Employee Benefits Fund - to account for self-insurance activity related to administration of the City's health benefits plan. Equipment Replacement Fund - to account for the purchase of City equipment such as vehicles and large motorized equipment, telephone and radio systems, and replacement assets for existing technological infrastructure equipment not budgeted in other funds. Fleet Maintenance Fund - to account for all activities related to the management of the City’s vehicles and heavy equipment, including preventive maintenance and vehicle repair activities. Property and Casualty Fund - to account for insurance activity relating to all claims filed for liability cases (both injury and property) and property losses incurred for City property. Unemployment Fund - to account for self-insurance activity on claims filed under unemployment compensation laws. Utility Customer Service Fund - to account for the billing and collection activities relating to the City’s electric, water, and sewer utilities and residential and commercial garbage collection. Workers' Compensation Fund - to account for self-insurance activity relating to administration of the City's workers' compensation plan. 111 Employee Benefits Equipment Replacement Fleet Maintenance Property and Casualty Unemployment Utility Customer Service Workers' Compensation Total Internal Service Funds Assets Current assets Cash and cash equivalents 5,905,704$ 6,118,091$ 234,086$ 1,238,964$ 335,266$ 159,135$ 2,000,436$ 15,991,682$ Investments 857,585 888,426 33,992 179,914 48,685 23,108 290,489 2,322,199 Receivables (net of all. for uncollectible)3,602 -- 11,060 - 24,174 2,500 41,336 Inventories -- 84,297 ---- 84,297 Total current assets 6,766,891 7,006,517 352,375 1,429,938 383,951 206,417 2,293,425 18,439,514 Capital assets Buildings -- 786,525 -- 695,793 - 1,482,318 Machinery and equipment - 21,898,429 280,773 -- 722,118 - 22,901,320 Less accumulated depreciation - (14,575,017) (618,667)-- (1,075,030)- (16,268,714) Total capital assets - 7,323,412 448,631 -- 342,881 - 8,114,924 Total assets 6,766,891$ 14,329,929$ 801,006$ 1,429,938$ 383,951$ 549,298$ 2,293,425$ 26,554,438$ Liabilities Current liabilities Accounts payable 428,136$ 2,841$ 61,030$ 149,076$ -$ 5,794$ 4,168$ 651,045$ Accrued liabilities 1,515 - 19,398 1,611 - 29,354 2,276 54,154 Claims payable 737,333 -- 513,433 -- 265,144 1,515,910 Total current liabilities 1,166,984 2,841 80,428 664,120 - 35,148 271,588 2,221,109 Noncurrent liabilities Accrued vacation -- 50,318 -- 49,560 - 99,878 Post employment benefits 8,840 - 92,861 11,039 - 151,829 11,038 275,607 Net pension obligation 7,366 - 77,561 9,576 - 126,847 9,576 230,926 Total noncurrent liabilites 16,206 - 220,740 20,615 - 328,236 20,614 606,411 Total liabilities 1,183,190$ 2,841$ 301,168$ 684,735$ -$ 363,384$ 292,202$ 2,827,520$ Net assets Invested in capital, net of related debt - 7,323,412 448,631 -- 342,881 - 8,114,924 Unrestricted 5,583,701 7,003,676 51,207 745,203 383,951 (156,967) 2,001,223 15,611,994 Total net assets 5,583,701$ 14,327,088$ 499,838$ 745,203$ 383,951$ 185,914$ 2,001,223$ 23,726,918$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Net Assets Internal Service Funds September 30, 2012 112 Employee Benefits Equipment Replacement Fleet Maintenance Property and Casualty Unemployment Utility Customer Service Workers' Compensation Total Internal Service Funds Operating revenues Charges for services -$ 3,412,917$ 1,695,843$ -$ -$ 2,146,964$ -$ 7,255,724$ Premiums 8,275,207 - - 1,449,680 27,267 - 783,345 10,535,499 Other 23,998 - 27 240,875 - 185,502 783 451,185 Total operating revenues 8,299,205 3,412,917 1,695,870 1,690,555 27,267 2,332,466 784,128 18,242,408 Operating expenses Salaries and benefits 80,684 - 867,009 62,881 - 1,418,894 62,881 2,492,349 Supplies - - 835,074 - - 77,871 24,543 937,488 Maintenance - - 14,308 - - 22,072 - 36,380 Purchased professional services 52,895 - 750 16,863 - 78,711 16,833 166,052 Purchased property services - - 21,401 - - 39,125 - 60,526 Other purchased services - - 75,401 - - 633,978 - 709,379 Claims 5,091,919 - - 244,186 59,081 - 150,456 5,545,642 Administration fees 533,499 - - 528,794 - - 28,167 1,090,460 Contributions - 2,322,274 - - - - - 2,322,274 Premiums 973,349 - - 237,650 - - 102,187 1,313,186 Depreciation - 1,846,925 32,031 - - 48,519 - 1,927,475 Other 33,513 - (9,433) 28,228 - 10,686 - 62,994 Total operating expenses 6,765,859 4,169,199 1,836,541 1,118,602 59,081 2,329,856 385,067 16,664,205 Operating income 1,533,346 (756,282) (140,671) 571,953 (31,814) 2,610 399,061 1,578,203 Nonoperating revenues (expenses) Investment income 26,370 29,171 1,433 4,285 1,805 419 9,162 72,645 Gain (loss) on disposal of assets - 459,024 - - - - - 459,024 Intergovernmental 1,535 - - - - - - 1,535 Other, net 70 (11,996) 350 (3,092) - 66 - (14,602) Total nonoperating revenues (expenses) 27,975 476,199 1,783 1,193 1,805 485 9,162 518,602 Income before capital contributions and transfers 1,561,321 (280,083) (138,888) 573,146 (30,009) 3,095 408,223 2,096,805 Transfers Transfers in - - - - 200,000 - - 200,000 Transfers out (54,320) (321,912) (49,983) - - - (200,000) (626,215) Total capital contributions and transfers (54,320) (321,912) (49,983) - 200,000 - (200,000) (426,215) Change in net assets 1,507,001 (601,995) (188,871) 573,146 169,991 3,095 208,223 1,670,590 Beginning net assets 4,076,700 14,929,083 688,709 172,057 213,960 182,819 1,793,000 22,056,328 Ending net assets 5,583,701$ 14,327,088$ 499,838$ 745,203$ 383,951$ 185,914$ 2,001,223$ 23,726,918$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets Internal Service Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 113 Total Internal Employee Equipment Fleet Property and Utility Customer Workers' Service Benefits Replacement Maintenance Casualty Unemployment Services Compensation Funds Cash Flows from operating activities: Cash received from customers 8,305,390$ 3,412,917$ 1,695,870$ 1,706,050$ 27,267$ 2,332,798$ 784,128$ 18,264,420$ Cash payments to suppliers for goods and services (6,671,737) (3,437,343) (1,160,029) (1,114,644) (62,101) (1,164,755) (382,717) (13,993,326) Cash payments to employees for services (77,902) - (647,566) (47,048) - (1,091,492) (46,384) (1,910,392) Cash paid for miscellaneous services - - - (3,092) - - - (3,092) Cash received for miscellaneous revenues 1,605 145,599 350 - - 66 - 147,620 Net cash provided (used) by operating activities 1,557,356 121,173 (111,375) 541,266 (34,834) 76,617 355,027 2,505,230 Cash flows from noncapital financing activities: Transfers in from other funds - - - - 200,000 - - 200,000 Transfers out to other funds (54,320) (321,912) (49,983) - - - (200,000) (626,215) Net cash provided (used) by noncapital financing activities (54,320) (321,912) (49,983) - 200,000 - (200,000) (426,215) Cash flows from capital and related financing activities: Acquisition and construction of capital assets - (1,902,953) - - - 25 - (1,902,928) Proceeds from sale of assets - 301,429 - - - - - 301,429 Net cash provided (used) by capital and related financing activities - (1,601,524) - - - 25 - (1,601,499) Cash flows from investing activities: Purchase of investments (2,308,616) (2,504,558) (98,925) (476,769) (128,364) (60,999) (793,898) (6,372,129) Proceeds from sale and maturities of investment securities 1,812,689 2,222,804 94,507 357,203 94,672 45,161 650,364 5,277,400 Investment income 26,370 29,171 1,433 4,285 1,805 419 9,162 72,645 Net cash provided (used) by investing activities (469,557) (252,583) (2,985) (115,281) (31,887) (15,419) (134,372) (1,022,084) Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents 1,033,479 (2,054,846) (164,343) 425,985 133,279 61,223 20,655 (544,568) Cash and cash equivalents, Oct. 1 4,872,225 8,172,937 398,429 812,979 201,987 97,912 1,979,781 16,536,250 Cash and cash equivalents, Sept. 30 5,905,704$ 6,118,091$ 234,086$ 1,238,964$ 335,266$ 159,135$ 2,000,436$ 15,991,682$ Reconciliation of operating income to net cash Provided by operating activities: Operating income 1,533,346$ (756,282)$ (140,671)$ 571,953$ (31,814)$ 2,610$ 399,061$ 1,578,203$ Adjustment to reconcile operating income to net Cash provided (used) by operating activities: Depreciation, bad debt expense, inventory loss - 1,846,925 32,031 - - 48,519 - 1,927,475 Miscellaneous nonoperating revenues 1,605 145,599 350 - - 66 - 147,620 Miscellaneous nonoperating expenses - - - (3,092) - - - (3,092) Changes in assets and liabilities: Change in accounts receivable 6,185 - - 15,495 - 332 - 22,012 Change in inventory - - 4,208 - - - - 4,208 Change in accounts payable 97,701 (1,115,069) (34,070) 57,767 (3,020) (17,577) 4,058 (1,010,210) Change in claims payable (84,263) - - (98,192) - - (46,091) (228,546) Change in accrued liabilities 61 - 2,830 (4,782) - 3,230 (4,117) (2,778) Change in accrued vacation - - (3,446) - - (4,848) - (8,294) Change in OPEB 1,600 - 16,110 1,245 - 26,045 1,244 46,244 Change in net pension obligation 1,121 - 11,283 872 - 18,240 872 32,388 Total adjustments 24,010 877,455 29,296 (30,687) (3,020) 74,007 (44,034) 927,027 Net cash provided (used) by operating activities 1,557,356$ 121,173$ (111,375)$ 541,266$ (34,834)$ 76,617$ 355,027$ 2,505,230$ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Combining Statement of Cash Flows Internal Service Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 114 STATISTICAL SECTION - UNAUDITED This section of the City of College Station’s comprehensive annual financial report presents detailed information as a context for understanding what the information in the financial statements, note disclosures, and required supplementary information says about the City’s overall financial condition. Contents Financial Trends These schedules contain trend information to help the reader understand how the City’s financial performance and well-being have changed over time. (Pages 116-122) Revenue Capacity These schedules contain information to help the reader assess the factors affecting the City’s ability to generate its property and sales taxes. (Pages 123-130) Debt Capacity These schedules present information to help the reader assess the affordability of the City’s current levels of outstanding debt and the City’s ability to issue additional debt in the future. (Pages 131-135) Demographic and Economic Information These schedules offer demographic and economic indicators to help the reader understand the environment within which the City’s financial activities take place and to help make comparisons over time and with other governments. (Pages 136-138) Operating Information These schedules contain information about the City’s operations and resources to help the reader understand how the City’s financial information relates to the services the City provides and the activities it performs. (Pages 139-141) Sources: Unless otherwise noted, the information in these schedules is derived from the comprehensive annual financial reports for the relevant year. The City implemented GASB Statement 34 in 2003; schedules presenting government-wide information include information beginning in that year. The City implemented GASB Statement 54 in 2009; schedules presenting governmental fund balance reclassifications begin in that year. 115 2003200420052006200720082009201020112012Governmental activities Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 86,587,535$ 100,066,963$ 105,859,949$ 108,287,795$ 113,750,039$ 114,935,845$ 143,530,290$ 153,397,767$ 145,546,799$ 149,875,513$ Restricted 12,031,989 4,289,623 4,289,531 4,564,184 5,089,422 6,357,013 8,077,876 10,201,722 25,565,107 13,606,487 Unrestricted 28,076,989 25,962,837 27,897,090 39,602,065 45,967,901 59,703,654 37,712,097 37,359,741 27,695,418 39,065,396 Total governmental activities net assets 126,696,513$ 130,319,423$ 138,046,570$ 152,454,044$ 164,807,362$ 180,996,512$ 189,320,263$ 200,959,230$ 198,807,324$ 202,547,396$ Business-type activities Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 109,857,913$ 130,810,275$ 132,001,489$ 142,778,246$ 147,043,092$ 145,066,758$ 147,627,129$ 161,365,075$ 175,059,669$ 179,123,899$ Restricted 2,466,731 2,651,325 2,797,735 2,920,980 3,056,356 1,590,977 3,119,691 1,588,631 1,588,631 1,580,992 Unrestricted 31,766,395 29,665,429 30,830,640 32,980,043 37,474,945 43,957,844 47,397,414 38,818,705 35,213,377 38,597,823 Total business-type activities net assets 144,091,039$ 163,127,029$ 165,629,864$ 178,679,269$ 187,574,393$ 190,615,579$ 198,144,234$ 201,772,411$ 211,861,677$ 219,302,714$ Primary government Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 196,445,448$ 230,877,238$ 237,861,438$ 251,066,041$ 260,793,131$ 260,002,603$ 291,157,419$ 314,762,842$ 320,606,468$ 328,999,412$ Restricted14,498,720 6,940,948 7,087,266 7,485,164 8,145,778 7,947,990 11,197,567 11,790,353 27,153,738 15,187,479 Unrestricted59,843,384 55,628,266 58,727,730 72,582,108 83,442,846 103,661,498 85,109,511 76,178,446 62,908,795 77,663,219 Total primary government net assets270,787,552$ 293,446,452$ 303,676,434$ 331,133,313$ 352,381,755$ 371,612,091$ 387,464,497$ 402,731,641$ 410,669,001$ 421,850,110$ Source: City of College StationNote: The City of College Station adpoted GASB Statement 34 in fiscal year 2003.Fiscal YearCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASNET ASSETS BY COMPONENTLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(accrual basis of accounting)116 2003200420052006200720082009201020112012ExpensesGovernmental activities: General government7,857,618$ 7,536,427$ 6,457,556$ 7,755,725$ 7,654,393$ 8,551,304$ 8,631,908$ 11,534,705$ 9,455,960$ 8,348,922$ Fiscal services1,834,859 1,953,189 2,467,187 2,452,442 2,442,439 2,977,362 3,821,996 4,127,990 3,384,388 3,313,726 Police9,374,251 9,654,447 10,666,318 11,214,413 12,299,698 13,395,874 13,945,079 16,063,347 15,082,452 16,696,975 Fire7,102,089 7,189,495 7,853,876 8,280,257 9,472,331 11,359,260 11,778,585 13,301,029 11,749,054 13,706,222 Planning and development services1,651,761 1,586,114 1,580,317 1,449,327 1,603,963 1,910,359 2,823,296 2,952,177 3,364,877 4,912,517 Public works5,242,162 5,004,976 5,401,568 6,227,707 6,620,846 9,467,081 16,804,436 17,026,827 20,629,662 13,717,564 Capital projects- - - - - 719,391 476,462 256,177 648,589 819,296 Parks and recreation6,361,728 6,154,862 6,549,466 7,353,984 8,235,984 9,391,993 10,136,521 11,202,863 10,146,043 9,638,581 Library- - - 870,203 912,527 993,102 1,052,838 1,103,864 1,130,433 1,142,580 Information services2,919,155 2,652,957 2,881,863 2,280,393 2,689,720 2,749,327 3,471,714 5,048,720 4,165,064 4,268,524 Interest on long-term debt3,643,268 3,448,533 3,895,520 4,116,871 4,291,022 3,860,801 4,135,146 4,111,523 4,079,379 3,273,938 Unallocated depreciation2,543,780 2,690,998 5,430,745 5,759,049 6,026,372 667,890 789,074 1,047,906 1,130,283 1,149,609 Total governmental activities expense48,530,671 47,871,998 53,184,416 57,760,371 62,249,295 66,043,744 77,867,055 87,777,128 84,966,184 80,988,454 Business-type activities: Electric43,299,695 41,120,750 47,815,339 51,250,110 60,242,408 70,485,984 77,441,351 88,685,699 93,277,853 87,221,859 Water6,283,025 6,542,184 7,908,695 7,770,081 8,302,863 8,706,415 9,287,343 10,190,159 9,960,837 11,132,787 Sewer7,347,315 7,214,296 7,262,208 7,973,677 8,179,813 9,159,176 9,829,813 10,604,983 10,114,867 10,952,853 Sanitation4,419,352 4,848,591 4,931,079 5,421,624 5,916,431 6,244,639 5,776,002 6,527,724 6,558,278 7,825,491 Northgate parking- 61,150 - - - - - - - - Total business-type activities expense461,394 550,544 591,944 621,593 591,980 668,237 909,167 1,019,393 944,125 924,532 Total primary government expense61,810,781 60,337,515 68,509,265 73,037,085 83,233,495 95,264,451 103,243,676 117,027,958 120,855,960 118,057,522 110,341,452$ 108,209,513$ 121,693,681$ 130,797,456$ 145,482,790$ 161,308,195$ 181,110,731$ 204,805,086$ 205,822,144$ 199,045,976$ Program revenuesGovernmental activities: Charges for services: Fines, forfeits and penalties3,215,162$ 3,563,970$ 4,008,637$ 3,798,807$ 3,618,236$ 3,798,313$ 4,491,960$ 4,500,447$ 4,120,077$ 3,896,477$ Licenses and permits1,104,793 1,215,924 1,043,672 1,091,848 1,306,690 1,154,902 1,007,151 964,344 1,091,983 1,496,989 Public works1,237,447 1,784,694 1,110,686 1,290,935 1,199,565 1,255,525 1,793,174 1,895,263 2,910,293 2,480,140 Parks and recreation1,399,390 1,346,580 1,044,134 1,244,476 1,420,284 1,911,789 1,838,810 1,722,840 2,007,032 1,909,008 Other activities1,480,889 1,614,408 2,002,338 2,656,136 3,210,563 3,548,309 4,494,627 3,378,603 2,516,446 2,506,187 Operating grants and contributions1,891,808 3,208,957 2,629,494 3,144,254 2,038,535 1,735,170 1,896,623 1,694,228 1,875,849 2,766,187 Capital grants and contributions6,399,178 5,266,837 4,489,883 7,477,874 5,271,090 3,055,501 2,644,629 19,587,921 3,964,442 4,216,095 Total governmental activities program revenues 16,728,667 18,001,370 16,328,844 20,704,330 18,064,963 16,459,509 18,166,974 33,743,646 18,486,122 19,271,083 Business-type activities: Charges for services: Electric sales46,592,459 47,431,497 51,467,169 60,217,421 67,462,075 76,787,412 82,904,777 91,162,890 101,617,743 96,787,784 Water sales8,861,195 8,319,779 9,519,714 10,852,660 10,060,398 12,025,086 17,312,431 12,745,173 17,253,787 15,274,883 Sewer service9,159,142 9,334,778 9,697,314 10,363,603 10,590,688 11,184,565 11,655,528 11,522,025 13,099,783 13,697,532 Garbage collection fees5,986,207 4,829,150 5,151,204 6,419,446 7,512,194 9,628,798 7,988,795 7,299,273 7,143,536 7,204,013 Parking garage fees545,566 603,465 480,627 576,892 620,124 673,818 990,735 1,140,833 1,189,443 1,149,277 Other activities4,341 - - - - - - - - - Operating grants and contributions50,700 - - - - - 17,792 - 3,746 9,718 Capital grants and contributions3,887,629 5,179,221 1,937,320 4,677,465 4,041,105 5,349,125 6,846,033 11,703,035 3,857,585 6,890,916 Total business-type activities program revenues 75,087,239 75,697,890 78,253,348 93,107,487 100,286,584 115,648,804 127,716,091 135,573,229 144,165,623 141,014,123 Total primary government program revenues91,815,906$ 93,699,260$ 94,582,192$ 113,811,817$ 118,351,547$ 132,108,313$ 145,883,065$ 169,316,875$ 162,651,745$ 160,285,206$ Fiscal YearCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASCHANGES IN NET ASSETSLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(accrual basis of accounting)117 2003200420052006200720082009201020112012Net (Expense)/RevenueGovernmental activities (31,802,004)$ (29,870,628)$ (36,855,572)$ (37,056,041)$ (44,184,332)$ (49,584,235)$ (59,700,081)$ (54,033,482)$ (66,480,062)$ (61,717,371)$ Business-type activities 13,276,458 15,360,375 9,744,083 20,070,402 17,053,089 20,384,355 24,472,415 18,545,271 23,309,663 22,956,601 Total primary government net expense (18,525,546)$ (14,510,253)$ (27,111,489)$ (16,985,639)$ (27,131,243)$ (29,199,880)$ (35,227,666)$ (35,488,211)$ (43,170,399)$ (38,760,770)$ General Revenues and Other Changes in Net AssetsGovernmental activities: Taxes Property taxes 13,441,000$ 14,668,641$ 15,888,475$ 16,646,519$ 18,573,309$ 20,670,112$ 22,769,699$ 24,745,344$ 24,333,373$ 24,978,388$ Sales and mixed beverage taxes 14,027,489 15,238,995 15,705,090 17,082,936 18,449,731 20,241,973 19,873,213 19,751,004 20,717,598 21,878,057 Franchise taxes 1,688,947 1,974,587 1,718,491 2,132,341 1,931,196 2,090,779 2,217,618 2,210,902 2,153,827 2,171,277 Hotel taxes 2,120,015 2,191,429 2,306,928 2,671,417 2,980,250 3,585,512 3,574,649 3,387,041 3,558,042 3,643,887 Unrestricted investment earnings 1,739,929 1,224,546 1,487,926 3,415,849 4,512,575 3,385,844 1,413,431 265,424 368,868 283,648 Gain (Loss) on sale of capital assets 19,563 4,386 (111,916) - - - - (24,596) - - Correction to value of capital assets7,795,715 - (601,000) - - - - - - - Adjustment to claims payable- (904,263) - - - - - - - - Transfers6,856,352 (904,783) 8,188,725 8,850,453 10,090,589 7,559,165 12,778,642 15,337,330 13,562,095 12,502,186 Total governmental activities47,689,010 33,493,538 44,582,719 50,799,515 56,537,650 57,533,385 62,627,252 65,672,449 64,693,803 65,457,443 Business-type activities: Unrestricted investment earnings1,126,900 662,359 947,477 1,829,456 1,932,624 1,330,785 654,882 420,236 341,698 316,035 Transfers- 2,108,473 - - - - - - - - Total business-type activities (6,856,352) 904,783 (8,188,725) (8,850,453) (10,090,589) (10,433,954) (12,778,642) (15,337,330) (13,562,095) (12,502,186) Total primary government (5,729,452) 3,675,615 (7,241,248) (7,020,997) (8,157,965) (9,103,169) (12,123,760) (14,917,094) (13,220,397) (12,186,151) 41,959,558$ 37,169,153$ 37,341,471$ 43,778,518$ 48,379,685$ 48,430,216$ 50,503,492$ 50,755,355$ 51,473,406$ 53,271,292$ Change in net assetsGovernmental activities15,887,006$ 3,622,910$ 7,727,147$ 13,743,474$ 12,353,318$ 7,949,150$ 2,927,171$ 11,638,967$ (1,786,259)$ 3,740,072$ Business-type activities 7,547,006 19,035,990 2,502,835 13,049,405 8,895,124 11,281,186 12,348,655 3,628,177 10,089,266 10,770,450 Total primary government 23,434,012$ 22,658,900$ 10,229,982$ 26,792,879$ 21,248,442$ 19,230,336$ 15,275,826$ 15,267,144$ 8,303,007$ 14,510,522$ Source: City of College StationCorrection to value of capital assets in fiscal years 2003 and 2004 are prior period adjustments.Correction to value of capital assets in fiscal years 2003, 2004, and 2005 are prior period adjustments.Adjustment to claims payable in fiscal year 2004 is a prior period adjustment.Fiscal YearCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASCHANGES IN NET ASSETS - ContinuedLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(accrual basis of accounting)118 2003200420052006200720082009201020112012Function/ProgramGovernmental activities: General government1,979,207$ 3,618,878$ 3,121,430$ 4,357,597$ 3,343,904$ 2,501,778$ 1,957,500$ 5,124,710$ 1,281,849$ 2,095,173$ Fiscal services327,188 333,043 508,810 547,790 409,100 684,666 38,377 100,495 215,626 542,689 Police3,364,991 3,677,391 4,093,425 3,875,900 3,713,866 4,533,697 5,004,712 5,161,486 4,596,713 4,174,931 Fire916,473 724,278 916,804 817,910 1,400,464 1,137,759 3,551,620 2,199,375 1,952,851 1,936,311 Planning and development services1,104,793 1,215,924 1,043,672 1,091,848 1,306,690 1,357,037 1,051,943 1,075,342 1,296,213 1,650,017 Public works7,636,625 7,051,531 5,600,569 8,768,809 6,470,655 4,312,571 4,445,595 15,313,779 5,796,384 5,609,036 Capital improvement program- - - - - - - 951,686 - 52,757 Library- - - - - - - - - 13,200 Information technology- - - - - - - - 15,500 - Parks and recreation1,399,390 1,380,325 1,044,134 1,244,476 1,420,284 1,932,001 2,117,227 3,816,773 3,330,986 3,196,969 Subtotal governmental activities16,728,667 18,001,370 16,328,844 20,704,330 18,064,963 16,459,509 18,166,974 33,743,646 18,486,122 19,271,083 Business-type activities: Electric47,018,072 48,032,185 52,780,914 62,284,935 69,033,816 77,419,441 84,552,573 92,530,434 102,516,252 98,200,411 Water10,957,066 10,260,307 9,826,360 12,409,728 11,314,888 14,115,391 19,065,662 17,118,922 18,710,635 16,905,503 Sewer10,575,987 11,972,783 10,014,243 11,416,486 11,805,562 13,811,356 15,100,534 15,208,551 14,584,557 15,844,190 Sanitation5,986,207 4,829,150 5,151,204 6,419,446 7,512,194 9,628,798 8,006,587 9,574,489 7,147,282 8,914,742 Cedar Creek Condominiums4,341 - - - - - - - - - Northgate parking545,566 603,465 480,627 576,892 620,124 673,818 990,735 1,140,833 1,206,897 1,149,277 Subtotal business-type activities75,087,239 75,697,890 78,253,348 93,107,487 100,286,584 115,648,804 127,716,091 135,573,229 144,165,623 141,014,123 Total primary government91,815,906$ 93,699,260$ 94,582,192$ 113,811,817$ 118,351,547$ 132,108,313$ 145,883,065$ 169,316,875$ 162,651,745$ 160,285,206$ Source: City of College StationNote: The City of College Station adpoted GASB Statement 34 in fiscal year 2003.Fiscal YearCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASPROGRAM REVENUES BY FUNCTION/PROGRAMLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(accrual basis of accounting)119 2003200420052006200720082009201020112012General fund Nonspendable -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 62,390$ 70,516$ 58,548$ -$ Restricted- - - - - - 95,220 849,622 925,798 868,799 Assigned- - - - - - 1,663,400 1,794,416 537,586 436,979 Unassigned- - - - - - 7,557,419 11,101,327 12,871,125 15,186,915 Reserved1,728,294 1,089,510 1,132,180 1,523,619 1,108,449 2,305,476 - - - - Unreserved9,522,041 9,613,442 9,038,345 9,448,389 11,824,140 9,679,913 - - - - Total general fund11,250,335$ 10,702,952$ 10,170,525$ 10,972,008$ 12,932,589$ 11,985,389$ 9,378,429$ 13,815,881$ 14,393,057$ 16,492,693$ All other governmental funds Nonspendable-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 859,654$ 8,235,642$ 7,890,137$ 6,943,250$ Restricted- - - - - - 39,375,368 54,421,910 27,404,127 35,688,123 Commited - - - - - - 2,627,403 2,764,227 3,149,243 3,618,354 Assigned- - - - - - 609,113 - - - Unassigned- - - - - - 545,024 - - - Reserved41,119,894 42,522,379 42,999,111 49,111,974 46,372,274 48,819,538 - - - - Unreserved, reported in: Special revenue funds10,851,935 6,085,255 6,244,225 7,462,140 10,148,840 11,526,009 - - - - Total all other governmental funds 51,971,829$ 48,607,634$ 49,243,336$ 56,574,114$ 56,521,114$ 60,345,547$ 44,016,562$ 65,421,779$ 38,443,507$ 46,249,727$ Source: City of College StationNote: The City implemented GASB Statement 54 in 2009; schedules presenting governmental fund balance reclassifications begin in that year.The City of College Station adpoted GASB Statement 34 in fiscal year 2003.CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASFUND BALANCES, GOVERNMENTAL FUNDSLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(modified accrual basis of accounting)Fiscal Year120 2003200420052006200720082009201020112012RevenuesTaxes 31,277,451$ 34,073,652$ 35,618,984$ 38,533,213$ 41,934,486$ 46,588,376$ 48,435,179$ 49,901,803$ 50,762,840$ 52,671,608$ Licenses and permits 1,012,960 1,112,766 1,025,013 945,593 1,191,105 1,154,902 1,007,151 964,344 1,091,983 1,496,989 Intergovernmental 1,950,883 3,208,957 2,592,312 3,144,254 2,038,535 1,707,957 1,896,623 5,022,822 2,143,573 2,759,219 Charges for services 2,610,056 2,538,583 2,634,683 2,925,281 3,339,352 3,790,147 3,543,064 6,042,105 6,113,497 5,616,379 Fines, forfeits and penalties 2,657,643 2,966,278 3,518,940 3,285,907 3,256,488 3,798,313 4,491,960 4,500,447 4,120,077 3,896,477 Special assessments 1,035,023 1,062,179 1,110,686 1,290,935 1,199,565 1,255,525 1,793,174 - - - Investment income1,543,026 1,062,069 1,269,201 3,066,642 3,864,797 2,886,636 1,125,382 206,648 368,868 283,648 Rents and royalties233,026 256,023 243,831 244,864 261,225 279,004 769,150 749,635 589,528 852,738 Loan repayments11,322 5,418 2,541 - - - - - - - Contributions475,913 784,402 37,182 12,281 31,605 27,213 26,997 605,953 825,532 1,244,973 Reimbursed expenditures7,258 28,393 - 145,749 479,675 46,038 413,751 - - - Other revenues335,405 679,349 631,192 447,432 738,415 1,046,431 403,548 267,695 730,747 426,218 Total revenues43,149,966 47,778,069 48,684,565 54,042,151 58,335,248 62,580,542 63,905,979 68,261,452 66,746,645 69,248,249 ExpendituresGeneral government3,765,079 4,187,972 4,480,075 4,216,582 4,699,159 7,319,662 5,435,355 7,401,157 6,438,313 4,102,550 Fiscal services2,319,008 2,479,082 3,038,145 3,050,533 3,013,548 3,573,686 3,836,786 3,635,009 3,353,387 3,106,265 Police9,143,331 9,803,577 10,829,081 11,559,669 12,556,678 13,219,117 14,107,740 13,816,620 14,931,212 15,521,284 Fire6,989,125 7,275,289 7,964,785 8,493,228 9,622,195 11,251,400 11,754,088 11,418,948 11,444,702 12,578,396 Planning and development services1,935,277 1,964,001 1,962,603 1,877,732 2,008,901 2,281,747 2,871,341 2,568,464 3,327,495 4,698,749 Public works5,292,243 5,534,404 6,117,241 7,116,329 7,440,854 7,182,443 7,920,003 7,123,885 6,677,986 7,343,092 Capital improvement projects- - - - - 715,707 476,462 132,880 648,589 788,032 Economic and community development6,369 16,886 11,281 - - - - - - - Parks and recreation6,279,342 6,388,099 6,778,196 7,520,189 8,167,857 9,071,198 9,355,301 8,930,388 9,388,765 8,131,413 Information systems2,320,950 2,346,534 2,500,518 2,596,591 3,070,524 3,366,764 3,299,105 3,887,102 3,902,082 3,844,107 Library681,350 665,291 694,445 870,203 912,527 993,102 1,119,771 1,080,030 1,061,581 1,072,551 Reimbursed administrative(3,703,529) (3,328,431) (3,485,807) (3,335,264) (3,305,040) (3,772,362) - - - - Claims- - - - - - - 1,600,000 - - Contributions1,573,651 2,504,589 1,895,742 1,995,564 1,855,961 2,151,592 2,489,562 2,266,558 2,063,489 2,435,820 Community development block grant222,169 201,099 275,775 340,399 215,707 - - - - - Home grant408,779 304,580 439,243 840,211 323,811 - - - - - Community development grant- - - - - - - - - - Other expenditures624,837 253,270 296,344 108,527 147,860 204,338 487,163 438,757 750,135 1,380,837 Capital outlay11,286,448 12,775,413 15,435,376 11,610,189 14,213,574 19,538,322 31,931,401 9,765,151 11,501,926 14,341,717 Fiscal YearCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASCHANGES IN FUND BALANCES, GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(modified accrual basis of accounting)121 2003200420052006200720082009201020112012Debt service Principal 5,820,000 10,110,000 6,190,000 7,285,000 7,820,000 8,530,000 7,935,000 8,050,000 8,085,412 8,120,000 Interest 3,647,529 3,376,538 3,885,075 4,078,635 4,212,245 3,892,490 4,114,356 4,133,633 3,698,324 3,696,245 Issuance costs 118,335 352,114 118,261 - - - - - - - Fiscal charges12,500 15,332 13,871 152,729 527,806 70,796 46,551 227,765 384,196 127,671 Intergovernmental223,608 221,902 97,621 743,117 342,630 881,604 745,908 - 924,941 294,103 Total expenditures58,966,401 67,447,541 69,537,871 71,120,163 77,846,797 90,471,606 107,925,893 86,476,347 88,582,535 91,582,832 Deficiency of revenues under expenditures(15,816,435) (19,669,472) (20,853,306) (17,078,012) (19,511,549) (27,891,064) (44,019,914) (18,214,895) (21,835,890) (22,334,583) Other Financing Sources (Uses)Proceeds from long-term debt6,570,000 16,375,000 13,347,581 15,700,000 7,890,000 19,970,000 9,815,000 20,685,000 1,977,134 11,727,994 Proceeds from refunding bonds- 5,980,000 - - 10,255,000 - - 4,265,000 11,250,000 - Payment to bond escrow agent- (6,260,371) - - (10,451,378) - - (4,283,647) (12,322,570) - Advance Refunding(11,432,308) Premium on bonds issued- 280,371 - - 373,648 - - 75,183 1,172,234 1,132,812 Sale of capital assets19,563 4,386 12,182 17,500 318,103 10,981 505,606 5,615 8,690 - Transfers in7,910,690 10,945,210 11,476,019 11,864,435 15,054,935 13,828,414 22,680,922 16,054,544 19,382,145 22,313,561 Transfers out(1,993,594) (11,566,702) (3,879,201) (2,371,662) (2,021,178) (3,041,098) (8,494,139) (673,081) (7,783,625) (9,385,160) Total other financing sources12,506,659 15,757,894 20,956,581 25,210,273 21,419,130 30,768,297 24,507,389 36,128,614 13,684,008 14,356,899 Net change in fund balances(3,309,776)$ (3,911,578)$ 103,275$ 8,132,261$ 1,907,581$ 2,877,233$ (19,512,525)$ 17,913,719$ (8,151,882)$ (7,977,684)$ Debt services as a percentage of noncapital expenditures19.9%24.7%18.6%19.1%18.9%17.5%15.9%15.9%15.3%15.3%Source: City of College StationNote: The City of College Station adpoted GASB Statement 34 in fiscal year 2003.Fiscal YearLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(modified accrual basis of accounting)CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASCHANGES IN FUND BALANCES, GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS - Continued122 Fiscal Year Property Sales Hotel Franchise Mixed Drink Total2003 13,441,000$ 13,780,639$ 2,120,015$ 1,688,947$ 246,850$ 31,277,451$ 2004 14,668,641 14,957,697 2,191,429 1,974,587 281,298 34,073,652 2005 15,888,475 15,445,404 2,306,928 1,718,491 259,686 35,618,984 2006 16,646,519 16,752,174 2,671,417 2,132,341 330,762 38,533,213 2007 18,573,309 18,077,973 2,980,250 1,931,196 371,758 41,934,486 2008 20,670,112 19,822,906 3,585,512 2,090,778 419,067 46,588,375 2009 22,769,698 19,438,179 3,574,649 2,217,619 435,034 48,435,179 2010 24,523,184 19,328,578 3,416,713 2,210,902 422,426 49,901,803 2011 24,333,373 20,292,871 3,558,042 2,153,827 424,727 50,762,840 2012 24,978,388 21,498,319 3,643,887 2,171,277 379,737 52,671,608 Change2003-201285.8% 56.0% 71.9% 28.6% 53.8% 68.4%Source: City of College StationNotes: Property taxes include general fund, debt service fund, Melrose Apartment TIF (2002), Northgate TIF(2008-2009) and Wolf Pen Creek TIF (1996 - 2010).The City of College Station adopted GASB34 in 2003.CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASTAX REVENUE BY SOURCE, GOVERNMENTAL FUNDSLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS(modified accrual basis of accounting)123 Taxable AssessedCommercial Personal, InventoryValue as a Residential and Industrial and Other Less Exemptions Less TIF (1) Total Taxable Total Direct Estimated Actual Percentage ofFiscal Year Property Property Property and Abatements Captured Value Assessed Value Tax Rate Taxable Value Actual Taxable Value2003 1,910,284,688$ 634,030,921$ 607,645,557$ 428,395,713$ 30,625,663$ 2,692,939,790$ 0.477700 2,674,807,515$ 100.68%2004 2,144,406,477 723,887,327 653,978,324 493,364,734 39,971,363 2,988,936,031 0.465300 2,988,936,031 100.00%2005 2,339,284,129 770,194,254 738,376,045 556,722,986 45,182,585 3,245,948,857 0.464000 3,250,329,407 99.87%2006 2,530,659,165 931,255,843 798,179,118 614,609,545 45,750,172 3,599,734,409 0.439400 3,599,734,409 100.00%2007 2,849,558,106 1,020,242,352 828,757,366 643,387,278 50,131,743 4,005,038,803 0.439400 4,005,038,803 100.00%2008 3,200,809,497 1,141,458,255 881,095,548 677,645,852 68,644,309 4,477,073,139 0.439400 4,477,073,139 100.00%2009 3,606,901,737 1,191,974,529 927,276,877 701,998,930 78,082,864 4,946,071,349 0.439400 4,946,071,349 100.00%2010 3,941,112,015 1,236,193,238 1,069,742,963 856,257,215 69,373,412 5,321,417,589 0.439400 5,321,417,589 100.00%2011 4,087,540,319 1,209,126,533 1,029,151,665 870,386,056 - 5,455,432,461 0.447543 5,455,432,461 100.00%2012 4,280,768,585 1,295,254,729 1,069,727,466 907,135,778 - 5,738,615,002 0.437995 5,738,615,002 100.00%Source: Brazos County Appraisal DistrictNotes: Assessed value is 100% of the estimated actual value.(1) Tax increment financing district (TIF).CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASASSESSED VALUE AND ESTIMATED ACTUAL VALUE OF TAXABLE PROPERTYLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS124 General Total College Fiscal Basic Obligation Direct Station Brazos Year Rate Debt Service Rate ISD County 2003 0.194600 0.283100 0.477700 1.790000 0.414600 2004 0.192100 0.273200 0.465300 1.770000 0.435000 2005 0.194200 0.269800 0.464000 1.770000 0.472600 2006 0.189600 0.249800 0.439400 1.675000 0.465000 2007 0.191000 0.248400 0.439400 1.480000 0.455000 2008 0.191000 0.248400 0.439400 1.241050 0.465000 2009 0.193352 0.246048 0.439400 1.221100 0.480000 2010 0.209967 0.229433 0.439400 1.253413 0.480000 2011 0.227349 0.220194 0.447543 1.309933 0.485600 2012 0.236459 0.201536 0.437995 1.335033 0.485000 City Direct Rates Overlapping Rates CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING PROPERTY TAX RATES LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (rate per $100 of assessed value) Source: Brazos County Appraisal District Notes: (1) Tax rates are established by each taxing jurisdiction on an annual basis for revenues to be collected in the following fiscal year. The City must publish its effective and rollback tax rates before adopting an actual tax rate. If the City adopts a rate that exceeds the rollback rate, voters may petition for an election to limit the rate to the rollback rate. If the City adopts a rate that exceeds its effective rate, additional public hearings and notices are required. Rates for debt service are set based on each year's requirements. (2) The date that taxes are due for all jurisdictions is October 1. Taxes for all jurisdictions become delinquent on February 1. The penalty is set by state law at 6% in February, and an additional 1% per month up to 12%. The interest is accrued at 1% per month. (3) The upper limit of the tax rate is set at $2.50/$100 of assessed value for each jurisdiction by State Statute. This limit is for both operations and debt service combined. 125 Percent of Percent of of Total Cityof Total CityTaxableTaxableTaxableTaxable2011 AssessedAssessed 2002 AssessedAssessedTaxpayerValue Rank ValueValue Rank ValueC.B.L. & Associates (Post Oak Mall)55,414,060$ 10.97%49,331,205$ 11.84%College Station Hospital LP54,541,320 20.95%25,681,960 40.96%SHP-The Callaway House LP46,302,230 30.81%- Woodland of College Station LP40,940,710 40.71%- Jamespoint Management39,938,660 50.70%- BVP 2818 Place, LP39,710,800 60.69%- Weinberg, Israel & David Alkosser37,998,415 70.66%33,751,295 31.26%SW Meadows Point LP37,820,430 80.66%- Jefferson Enclave LP37,581,280 90.65%- Walmart/Sam's37,218,030 100.65%23,769,510 50.89%Fairfield College Station, LP- 18,340,000 70.68%Verizon Communications, Inc.- 34,347,890 21.28%Melrose Apartments- 19,400,000 60.72%HE Butt Store Property Co. - 17,615,105 90.65%University Commons- 17,279,200 100.64%301 Church Avenue, LP- 17,936,445 80.67%Source: Brazos County Appraisal DistrictCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASPRINCIPAL PROPERTY TAXPAYERSCURRENT YEAR AND NINE YEARS AGO2012 2003 126 Fiscal Year Taxes Levied CollectionsEnded for the Percentage in Subsequent PercentageSept 30 Fiscal Year Amount of Levy Years Amount of Levy2003 13,010,508$ 12,740,869$ 97.93% 260,655$ 13,001,524$ 99.93%2004 14,092,814 13,974,666 99.16% 106,972 14,081,638 99.92%2005 15,270,852 15,160,102 99.27% 102,179 15,262,281 99.94%2006 16,162,073 15,938,981 98.62% 145,062 16,084,043 99.52%2007 17,818,419 17,697,220 99.32% 39,383 17,736,603 99.54%2008 19,973,882 19,773,036 98.99% 109,866 19,882,902 99.54%2009 22,076,134 21,795,748 98.73% 176,189 21,971,937 99.53%2010 23,623,086 23,435,105 99.20% 42,571 23,477,676 99.38%Fiscal Year of the LevyCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASLAST TEN FISCAL YEARSPROPERTY TAX LEVIES AND COLLECTIONSCollected within theTotal Collections to Date,,,,,,,2011 24,323,279 24,136,088 99.23% - 24,136,088 99.23%2012 24,979,685 24,762,625 99.13% - 24,762,625 99.13%Sources: City Of College Station and Brazos County Tax Office127 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Utilities 15,169$ 14,929$ 14,943$ 16,684$ 19,336$ 22,403$ 25,483$ 26,442$ 27,724$ 32,048$ Construction6,240 5,500 6,477 12,076 13,918 15,818 15,768 10,617 10,070 10,900 Manufacturing7,950 7,921 9,323 12,926 13,066 13,200 16,391 12,221 9,620 6,823 Wholesale Trade18,918 12,332 24,173 25,939 17,482 8,759 13,761 9,856 10,770 19,556 Retail Trade489,059 513,638 529,284 563,662 608,940 686,271 693,673 653,561 678,041 699,715 Information10,755 15,312 16,092 14,409 14,082 12,148 15,427 15,654 16,907 16,984 Finance and Insurance60 55 119 130 216 541 752 706 840 1,043 Real Estate and Rental/Leasing10,462 11,032 12,258 12,024 15,679 16,249 18,326 9,288 9,456 9,314 Professional, Scientific and Tech Services7,627 7,660 8,618 8,692 9,530 11,074 26,234 25,694 13,142 12,901 Administrative, Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 12,866 14,703 14,655 15,133 16,462 15,054 18,362 17,610 16,831 17,381 Educational Services98 93 22,981 26,252 29,592 32,502 27,645 35,351 34,952 37,434 Health Care and Social Assistance986 1,721 1,951 2,547 2,873 4,051 2,888 2,301 2,049 1,920 Arts, Entertainment and Recreation5,382 5,480 6,173 6,781 6,949 7,399 9,168 8,671 8,470 9,325 Accommodation and Food Services129,054 137,440 147,277 158,267 169,900 185,723 205,967 204,731 208,597 217,445 Other Services37,802 36,954 34,563 38,894 17,069 14,539 15,782 15,338 15,890 16,274 Total752,428$ 784,770$ 848,887$ 914,416$ 955,094$ 1,045,731$ 1,105,627$ 1,048,041$ 1,063,359$ 1,109,063$ City direct sales tax rate1 50%1 50%1 50%1 50%1 50%1 50%1 50%1 50%1 50%1 50%CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASTAXABLE SALES BY CATEGORYLAST TEN CALENDAR YEARS(in thousands of dollars)City direct sales tax rate1.50%1.50%1.50%1.50%1.50%1.50%1.50%1.50%1.50%1.50%Source: Texas State Comptroller of Public AccountsNotes: Taxable sales information is not available on a fiscal-year basis. The state converted from reporting SICS classification of industries to NAICS classification of industries effective with the reporting year 2002.128 City Brazos State of Fiscal Year Direct Rate County Texas 2003 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2004 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2005 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2006 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2007 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2008 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2009 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2010 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2011 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2012 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% Source: Texas State Comptroller of Public Accounts CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING SALES TAX RATES LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS 129 Number Percentage Tax Percentage Number Percentage Tax Percentageof Outlets of Total Liability of Total of Outlets of Total Liability of TotalRetail trade 978 59.42% 9,272$ 73.52% 1,319 58.38% 13,757$ 82.66%Services 294 17.86% 2,343 18.58% 320 14.16% 1,254 7.54%Wholesale trade 40 2.43% 284 2.25% 79 3.50% 293 1.76%Utilities, transportation, communications8 0.49% 1 0.01% 18 0.80% 483 2.90%Manufacturing37 2.25% 119 0.94% 82 3.63% 102 0.61%Construction59 3.58% 94 0.75% 124 5.49% 163 0.98%Agriculture, forestry, and fishing16 0.97% 81 0.64% 50 2.21% 140 0.84%Finance, insurance, real estate37 2.25% 158 1.25% 65 2.88% 155 0.93%All other outlets177 10.75% 260 2.06% 202 8.95% 295 1.78%Total1,646 100.00% 12,612$ 100.00% 2,259 100.00% 16,644$ 100.00%Calendar Year 2002Calendar Year 2011CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASSALES TAX REVENUE PAYERS BY INDUSTRYCALENDAR YEARS 2002 AND 2011(dollars are in thousands)Source: Texas State Comptroller of Public AccountsNotes: Tax liability information is not available on a fiscal-year basis. Due to confidentiality issues, the names of the ten largest revenue payers are not available. The categories presented are intended to provide alternative information regarding the sources of the City's revenue.130 GeneralUtilityUtility Revenue Utility RevenueFiscal Obligation Certificates of Revenue CertificatesGeneralCertificatesGeneralYearBondsObligationBonds of Obligation Obligation Bonds of Obligation Obligation Bonds200343,170,000$ 32,525,000$ 79,680,000$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 200447,085,000 34,705,000 75,655,000 - - - - 200549,800,000 30,195,000 79,215,000 - - 8,910,000 - 200653,835,000 34,905,000 91,460,000 - - 8,580,000 - 200755,720,000 33,500,000 105,215,000 - - 8,240,000 - 200860,695,000 39,965,000 99,560,000 - - 23,820,000 - 200959,145,000 38,575,000 93,755,000 4,530,000 - 47,755,000 - 201075,020,000 35,675,000 87,745,000 4,970,000 3,830,000 48,970,000 - 201178,055,000 26,085,000 54,495,000 4,765,000 3,070,000 50,185,000 25,585,000 Business-Type ActivitiesGovernmental ActivitiesCITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASRATIOS OF OUTSTANDING DEBT BY TYPELAST TEN FISCAL YEARS,,,,,,,,,,,,,,201275,695,000 21,415,000 45,060,000 4,550,000 2,690,000 58,535,000 33,590,000 Sources: City of College Station (outstanding debt, per capita) and the U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey (personal income)Notes: Details regarding the City's outstanding debt can be found in the notes to the financial statements.Personal income information for the City of College Station is only available for calendar years 2005 - 2011.In 2009 the Parking Garage Fund began paying for the Parking Garage debt. In 2010 the Parking Garage Certificates of Obligation were refunded and became General Obligation Debt.131 GeneralPercentage ofObligation Less Debt Service NetActual TaxableFiscal Year Bonds Cash Funds Bonded Debt Value of Property Per Capita2003 43,170,000$ 659,180$ 42,510,820$ 1.59%543$ 2004 47,085,000 585,336 46,499,664 1.56%580 2005 49,800,000 912,353 48,887,647 1.50%597 2006 53,835,000 1,645,563 52,189,437 1.45%620 2007 55,720,000 2,060,709 53,659,291 1.34%617 2008 60,695,000 2,573,421 58,121,579 1.30%639 200959 145 0003 125 12656 019 8741 13%599CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASRATIOS OF NET GENERAL BONDED DEBT OUTSTANDINGLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS200959,145,000 3,125,126 56,019,874 1.13%599 2010 75,020,000 4,115,689 70,904,311 1.33% 749 2011 78,055,000 4,007,146 74,047,854 1.36% 767 2012 75,695,000 3,320,293 72,374,707 1.26% 742 Source: City of College StationNotes: Details regarding the City's outstanding debt can be found in the notes to the financial statements.132 Estimated Estimated Share Debt Percentage of Direct and Governmental Unit Outstanding Applicablea Overlapping Debt Debt repaid with property taxes College Station I.S.D. 220,430,000$ 87.91% 193,780,013$ Brazos County 90,785,000 52.82% 47,952,637 Bryan I.S.D. 150,130,000 2.08% 3,122,704 Other debt College Station I.S.D. - 0.00%- Brazos County - 0.00%- Bryan I.S.D. Capital Lease - 0.00%- Subtotal, overlapping debt 244,855,354 City direct debt 97,110,000 Total direct and overlapping debt 341,965,354$ Sources: Debt outstanding data provided by each governmental unit. Assessed value data used to estimate applicable percentages provided by the Brazos County Appraisal District. Notes: Overlapping governments are those that coincide, at least in part, with the geographical boundaries of the City. This schedule estimates the portion of the outstanding debt of those overlapping governments that is borne by the residents and businesses of College Station. This process recognizes that, when considering the City's ability to issue and repay long-term debt, the entire debt burden borne by the residents and businesses should be taken into account. However, this does not imply that every taxpayer is a resident and therefore responsible for repaying the debt of each overlapping government. a For debt repaid with property taxes, the percentage of overlapping debt is estimated using taxable assessed property property values. Applicable percentages were estimated by determining the portion of another governmental unit's taxable assessed value that is within the City's boundaries and dividing it by each unit's total assessed value. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES DEBT AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 133 The City has no general obligation legal debt limit other than a ceiling on the ad valorem tax rate as specified by the State of Texas. The prescribed maximum is $2.50 per $100 at 100% valuation. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS LEGAL DEBT MARGIN INFORMATION SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 134 UtilityLess:NetAverage MaximumService Operating Available Debt Service Annual Debt Service AnnualFiscal Year Charges Expenses Revenue Total Coverage Total Coverage200364,046,246$ 47,785,550$ 16,260,696$ 5,773,582$ 2.82 8,084,285$ 2.01 200464,785,122 44,719,241 20,065,881 5,651,966 3.55 7,998,465 2.51 200570,636,853 51,125,745 19,511,108 5,522,447 3.53 8,364,747 2.33200680,787,029 54,432,847 26,354,182 6,423,582 4.10 9,163,574 2.88200787,911,120 63,514,543 24,396,577 7,389,770 3.30 10,408,958 2.34 200899,610,432 73,195,783 26,414,649 8,620,759 3.06 12,245,949 2.16 2009 108,367,552 80,848,570 27,518,982 9,834,136 2.80 13,870,272 1.98 2010 115,430,088 91,551,103 23,878,985 8,976,012 2.66 13,669,444 1.75 2011 127,985,835 96,938,864 31,046,971 8,675,457 3.58 13,635,526 2.28 2012 124,905,906 88,927,662 35,978,244 7,009,717 5.13 10,670,889 3.37 Source: City of College StationNotes: Details regarding the City's outstanding debt can be found in the notes to the financial statements. Operating expenses do not include interest, depreciation, or amortization expense.Maximum Debt Service Total includes Utility Revenue Bonds , Certificates of Obligation and GO Refunding Bonds that have been issued for Utility projects. The coverage ratios presented in this schedule are formulas required by bond resolutions. The bond resolutions require that net revenues equal at least 1.4 times the average annual debt service on all revenue bonds and other indebtedness payable from those revenues. The bond resolutionsalso require that net revenues equal at least 1.25 times the maximum annual debt service on all revenue bonds and other indebtedness payablefrom those revenues.Utility Revenue Bonds, Certificates of Obligation, and General Obligation Refunding BondsPLEDGED-REVENUE COVERAGECITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS135 Personal Income Calendar (thousands Per Capita Unemployment Year Population of dollars)Personal Income Rate % 2002 75,752 -$ -$ 2.0 2003 78,309 - - 2.4 2004 80,214 - - 2.0 2005 81,930 1,226,974 14,976 3.7 2006 84,116 1,308,384 15,555 3.9 2007 86,982 1,736,221 19,961 3.8 2008 90,897 1,699,361 18,695 4.1 2009 93,450 1,594,056 17,058 5.3 2010 94,642 1,891,621 19,987 5.9 2011 96,603 1,734,731 17,957 6.3 Sources: City of College Station Planning Division (population) U. S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey (personal income) Texas Workforce Commission (unemployment rate) Nt CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS LAST TEN CALENDAR YEARS Notes: In 2005, the Bureau of Labor Statistics introduced a new methodology for calculating unemployment rates. Along with the new calculation method, Robertson and Grimes County were added to the Bryan/College Station MSA. The net result is an increase in the area's unemployment rate. Personal income information for the City of College Station is only available for calendar years 2005-2011. 136 2012 2002 Employer Employer Brazos County Brazos County Bryan ISD Bryan ISD City of Bryan City of Bryan City of College Station College Station ISD College Station ISD City of College Station College Station Medical Center Reliant Building Products Reynolds & Reynolds Sanderson Farms Inc Sanderson Farms Inc St Joseph Hospital St Joseph Hospital Texas A&M University Texas A&M University Wal-Mart Associates Inc Source: Texas Workforce Commission, Labor Market/Career Information Department, Research Valley Partnership Notes: Data includes principal employers in Brazos County. Employers are listed in alphabetical order and do not reflect any ranking. The TWC ranking and number of employees data is confidential. PRINCIPAL AREA EMPLOYERS CURRENT YEAR AND TEN YEARS AGO CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 137 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Function/ProgramGeneral Government36.8 38.5 41.9 37.8 58.5 71.0 79.5 75.0 61.5 38.0Police143.4 146.0 144.4 155.1 163.5 168.5 176.0 169.0 180.5 180.0Fire105.9 108.5 111.4 110.6 119.0 125.0 121.0 118.0 120.5 139.0Public Works104.5 106.8 112.2 112.6 114.5 106.5 113.0 94.0 96.0 112.0Parks and Recreation120.1 116.2 120.0 119.8 123.5 131.0 133.0 133.0 119.0 71.0Planning and Development Services 28.3 28.5 25.8 27.1 24.5 34.0 37.0 41.0 54.0 55.0Information Services40.0 40.3 37.5 36.6 28.5 33.0 32.0 30.5 30.0 30.3Fiscal Services61.1 59.8 64.2 70.1 71.0 72.5 70.5 70.0 66.5 68.5Electric56.9 53.4 56.6 56.0 56.5 58.0 65.0 64.0 63.5 66.0Water / Sewer Services66.0 64.0 69.1 71.8 71.0 67.5 76.5 70.5 74.0 76.0BVSWMA28.3 27.3 24.4 24.0 22.0 25.5 25.0 23.5 22.0-Capital Projectn/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 10.0 10.09.0 9.0-Total791.3 789.3 807.5 821.5 852.5 902.5 938.5 897.5 896.5 835.75Full-Time-Equivalent Employees as of Sept 30CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASFULL-TIME-EQUIVALENT CITY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES BY FUNCTION/PROGRAMLAST TEN FISCAL YEARSSource: City of College StationNotes: Full-time-equivalent employees include full time, part time, and seasonal/temporary employees on staff as of September 30.During the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012, management of BVSWMA, Inc. negotiated the end of the borrowed employee agreement with the City of College Station. A majority of the employees covered under the "Borrowed Employee Agreement" are now employees of BVSWMA Inc.138 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Function/ProgramGeneral Government Open records requests 62 103 72 199 199 155164 123 240 194 Economic development prospects29 17 20 31 19 182355 31 25 Code enforcement cases processed6,280 9,341 2,848 5,984 4,838 5,148 6,248 5,268 4,701 5,011 Non-profit agencies/contracts monitored11 10 9 13 7 10910 8 7 Applicants receiving homebuyers assistance14 16 2 9 6 346 3 15 Police DUI/DWI arrests341 418 387 414 493 458430 449 571 551 Citations processed43,407 42,957 39,416 34,134 38,046 10,384 17,275 22,224 42,690 39,145 Uniform patrol calls handled61,821 60,405 57,605 60,159 58,303 57,661 48,297 58,656 61,283 63,000 Average response time on high priority calls6:28 mins 5:58 mins 6:09 mins 6:15 mins 6:17 mins 6.06 mins 6:18 mins 6:52 mins 6:41 mins 6:38 mins Criminal investigation new cases assigned2,292 2,259 2,300 2,368 2,256 2,635 2,590 2,098 2,582 2,089 Note: In FY08 an e-citation program was implemented thus reducing the number of paper citations processed.Fire Fire incidents (fire, rescue, and haz mat)1,455 1,554 1,792 1,743 1,832 1,992 2,008 2,301 1,813 1,751 Business safety inspections1,014 1,410 1,138 828 1,018 947760 1,364 1,151 907 EMS incidents2,754 2,800 3,241 3,048 3,773 4,718 5,367 5,414 5,407 6,814 EMS unit responses4,687 4,900 4,930 5,276 5,476 5,369 5,051 5,646 6,090 6,295 Public Works Street overlay lane miles20 18 19 19 19 1592 11 10 Potholes repaired ** 24,696 24,778 21,506 20,546 18,000 68,548 67,448 70,515 Curb miles swept** 6,338 7,235 6,040 6,955 5,620 5,595 6,244 7,131 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASOPERATING INDICATORS BY FUNCTION/PROGRAMLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS Sign, marking, signal work orders3,472 3,270 2,898 2,557 2,617 2,880 2,310 2,571 3,395 3,189 Note: In FY10 # of potholes repaired went to # of square feet repaired.Parks and Recreation Pavilion rentals342 314 221 399 338 395858 1,431 1,418 3,260 Adult participants in City leagues8,529 8,307 10,774 822 611 786786 571 551 590 Youth participants in City leagues1,977 2,690 2,520 2,842 2,946 4,183 4,249 4,096 4,111 3,750 Special event participants188,980 188,429 201,256 197,805 185,002 170,193 184,575 199,091 181,571 45,175 Instructional participants3,447 3,581 3,579 3,075 3,432 3,538 3,077 3,112 2,765 1,835 Pool customers142,154 145,879 132,549 146,805 128,206 142,605 138,785 93,302 114,458 144,059 Conference center customers70,728 81,289 85,720 70,494 66,950 79,360 90,089 90,540 73,105 51,091 Lincoln center participants72,794 81,629 82,624 98,869 100,952 93,501 82,862 79,077 83,471 85,975 Teen center participants13,446 14,582 17,500 9,958 15,798 15,259 17,212 15,669 5,217 51,537 139 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Function/ProgramPlanning and Development Services Permits processed 6,604 6,685 6,500 6,575 7,583 6,647 5,819 5,972 6,026 5,600 Building inspections performed13,364 13,435 13,297 13,069 13,398 13,814 12,938 12,379 11,583 12,100 Parking citations issued18,034 16,587 11,900 8,452 7,238 9,460 9,686 6,763 4,488 6,530 Community enhancement cases11,637 15,086 7,016 7,384 8,631 11,885 11,622 11,408 8,632 8,900 Electric Number of connections35,421 35,307 36,284 37,590 38,519 37,777 37,818 38,255 37,829 39,123 Residential job orders2,505 2,134 1,904 1,422 1,714 2,342 1,242 1,627 1,137 908 Customer service job orders2,078 2,496 1,561 1,678 1,717 1,928 1,774 1,428 1,181 1,408 Average monthly consumption (KWH)54,820,470 55,673,526 60,413,524 61,910,063 60,766,805 64,724,128 64,065,679 65,049,732 68,191,018 65,266,563 Avg number of outages per customer1.33 0.72 0.92 0.31 0.12 0.27 0.72 0.04 0.17 0.16 Water Number of connections29,358 31,038 32,266 33,491 34,763 37,075 37,344 37,596 37,565 39,338 New services completed1,560 1,217 773 931 1,027 1,235 408 396 325 508 Average monthly consumption (MGW)253,259 236,355 283,429 317,438 293,246 324,012 345,170 301,399 408,327 356,791 Water meters tested1,025 768 732 1,254 1,174 732 834 2,009 122 172 Avg number of outages per customer0.003 0.160 0.016 0.039 0.013 0.007 0.0067 0.0019 0.0090 0.0025 Sewer Number of connections27,977 28,594 29,694 31,051 32,034 34,743 34,743 35,853 35,510 36,908 Average daily sewage treatment6,807 6,808 6,220 5,911 6,502 6,626 6,625 6,700 6,242 6,453 (thousands of gallons) New services completed1,540 890 571 646 521 781 604 377 301 376 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASOPERATING INDICATORS BY FUNCTION/PROGRAM - ContinuedLAST TEN FISCAL YEARS Avg number of stoppages per customer0.0001 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.002 0.0007 0.00029 0.00027 0.00240 Sanitation Number of users (units)28,215 28,594 28,399 27,181 28,112 29,533 30,750 30,779 30,455 31,573 Residential tons collected18,057 20,353 23,535 24,964 27,556 22,191 21,406 28,451 22,775 28,991 Residential tons recycled826 1,082 923 983 1,060 1,199 1,064 1,053 1,173 1,124 Commercial tons collected33,402 35,355 35,114 35,122 38,402 38,709 36,245 36,558 35,133 34,608 Parking garage Active contract customers**449 432 472 464 333 524 482 460 Hourly cash customers106,935 97,904 127,608 108,893 109,028 107,584 104,342 85,210 83,048 80,127 Utility Customer Service Payments processed404,742 408,348 401,891 413,088 423,299 443,766 461,557 467,262 436,936 476,999 Incoming calls82,018 82,536 82,234 85,728 85,842 97,121 96,876 85,212 84,861 94,986 Meters read552,949 577,773 598,660 618,676 640,554 670,913 694,270 708,672 719,749 732,631 Source: City of College Station various departments* Data not measured for fiscal year indicated.140 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Function/ProgramPolice Patrol units 25 25 26 26 29 29 29 27 33 32 Jail capacity17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 Fire stations4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 Note: The Fire Department operates an additional fire station located at the airport.Public Works Streets (linear miles)733 353 385 395 429 438 428 453 474 482 Sidewalks (miles)89 89 97 100 100 100 119 130 138 150 Traffic signals60 62 62 62 65 66 66 69 70 75 Storm sewers (miles)***72 72 72 80 83 83 89 Notes: Street measurement changed from lane miles to linear miles in FY04. Storm sewer mileage includes both underground pipes and valley gutters.Parks and Recreation Acreage1,214 1,217 1,248 1,274 1,289 1,306 1,306 1,327 1,327 1,327 Playunits35 35 35 46 48 47 54 56 57 57 Softball/baseball fields 19 19 25 32 32 35 35 36 36 36 Soccer fields 19 19 26 31 31 29 29 30 30 30 Jogging/walking trails22 22 26 27 28 29 33 34 34 34 Community centers3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Pools3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Pavilions (rentable)5 5 6 6 7 7 6 6 7 7 Notes: Some parks have multiple playunits. Softball/baseball fields include practice fields.CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXASCAPITAL ASSET STATISTICS BY FUNCTION/PROGRAMLAST TEN FISCAL YEARSElectric Maximum capacity (megawatts) 255 255 280 260 355 355 355 305 305 325 Number of substations4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 Distribution lines (miles)414 414 450 394 411 411 432 440 444 438 Water Water mains (miles)311 317 341 365 367 381 385 396 402 410 Fire hydrants* 2,070 2,165 2,232 2,380 2,453 2,494 2,562 2,614 2,682 Number of wells6 6 6 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 Wells production capacity 26,000 26,000 28,000 23,000 23,000 23,000 26,000 32,000 27,000 30,000 (thousands of gallons per day)Sewer Sanitary sewer lines (miles)262 264 271 279 285 301 305 313 319 324 Treatment capacity 11,500 11,500 11,500 11,500 11,500 11,500 11,500 11,500 11,500 11,500 (thousands of gallons per day)Sanitation Collection trucks23 24 24 24 25 25 25 25 25 25 Residential collection containers14,413 15,207 15,958 16,647 18,135 19,549 20,275 20,671 20,550 21,547 Commercial collection containers1,407 1,511 1,545 1,569 1,594 1,619 1,644 1,669 1,694 1,719 Fleet number of vehicles585 600 613 627 651 643 647 662 662 576 Source: City of College Station* Data not measured for fiscal year indicated.141 2012Ę2013 APPROVED ANNUAL BUDGET