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Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

(1,666,572)

-

(1,586,091)



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $80,481

SG: $304,222 EX: ($1,970,794)

573


Bureau of Sanitation

Environmental Quality

Continuation of Services

46. Clean Up Green Up Program

134,778

-

186,933



Continue funding and resolution authority for one

Environmental Affairs Officer to support the Clean Up Green

Up Program.  This position will educate businesses and

provide assistance to implement greener business practices

that aim to reduce energy, water, and toxin use and increase

the amount of waste diverted from landfills.  Related costs

consist of employee benefits.

SG: $134,778

Related Costs: $52,155

47. Homeless Outreach Partnership Endeavor (HOPE) Teams

2,103,087

-

2,686,323



Continue funding and resolution authority for 17 positions,

consisting of eight Environmental Compliance Inspectors, four

Refuse Collection Truck Operator IIs, four Maintenance

Laborers, and one Public Relations Specialist II.  These

positions are responsible for keeping the City's sidewalks and

other public areas safe, clean, sanitary, and accessible for

public use by all individuals in accordance with the provisions

of Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 56.11.  These positions

were approved during 2016-17 (C.F. 16-0600-S110).  In

addition, continue one-time funding to the Contractual Services

($772,564), Field Equipment Expense ($56,400), Uniforms

($6,400), Office and Administrative Expenses ($1,800), and

Operating Supplies ($33,333) accounts for tip fee, hazardous

waste removal and disposal services, uniform, protective field

equipment, and vehicle rental expenses.  Related costs consist

of employee benefits.



SG: $1,232,590

EX: $870,497

Related Costs: $583,236

Increased Services

48. Operation Healthy Street Expanded Services

302,500

-

302,500



Add ongoing funding in the Contractual Services Account

($250,000) for hazardous waste removal and disposal services

and add one-time funding in the Operating Supplies Account

($52,500) for the replacement of 300 wire basket trash

receptacles to support expanded Operation Healthy Street

services for downtown Skid Row and Venice.



EX: $302,500

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

574


Bureau of Sanitation

Environmental Quality

Increased Services

49. Trash Receptacle Program Expansion

1,388,223

16

1,818,183



Add nine-months funding and regular authority for 16 positions,

consisting of one Solid Resources Superintendent, one Refuse

Collection Supervisor, two Refuse Collection Truck Operator

IIs, and 12 Maintenance Laborers to expand the Trash

Receptacle Program by 1,750 receptacles, from 3,750

receptacles to 5,500 receptacles.  Add ongoing funding in the

Uniforms ($23,840) and Operating Supplies ($170,000)

accounts for uniform and tip fee expenditures and add one-

time funding in the Operating Supplies ($449,400) Account for

the purchase of 2,100 new receptacles, which includes 1,250

new trash receptacles, 500 new recycling receptacles, and 350

replacement receptacles.  Related costs consist of employee

benefits.

SG: $744,983

EX: $643,240

Related Costs: $429,960

50. Clean Streets Los Angeles - Fifth Team

1,298,570

10

1,581,759



Add nine-months funding and regular authority for ten

positions, consisting of one Refuse Collection Supervisor, three

Refuse Collection Truck Operator IIs, four Maintenance

Laborers, and two Environmental Compliance Inspectors to

staff the fifth Clean Streets Los Angeles (CSLA) team.  The

additional team will be deployed to the highest need areas of

the City to remove abandoned waste from the public right-of-

way and clean homeless encampments.  In addition, add

ongoing funding to the Contractual Services ($654,808),

Uniform ($9,400), and Operating Supplies ($5,500) accounts

for hazardous waste removal and disposal services, Office of

Community Beautification graffiti abatement contractor

services, uniform expenses, and other miscellaneous

expenditures.  Lastly, add one-time funding in the Field

Equipment Expense ($52,201), Office and Administrative

Expenses ($10,580), and Furniture, Office, and Technical

Equipment ($50,000) accounts for protective field equipment,

office supplies, and handheld equipment to detect narcotics,

explosives, and toxic substances.  Related costs consist of

employee benefits.



SG: $516,081

EX: $732,489

EQ: $50,000

Related Costs: $283,189

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

575


Bureau of Sanitation

Environmental Quality

Increased Services

51. Fifth HOPE Team

528,981

-

645,392



Add nine-months funding and resolution authority for four

positions, consisting of two Environmental Compliance

Inspectors, one Maintenance Laborer, and one Refuse

Collection Truck Operator II to staff the fifth HOPE team.  This

team is responsible for keeping the City's sidewalks and other

public areas safe, clean, sanitary, and accessible for public use

by all individuals in accordance with the provisions of Los

Angeles Municipal Code Section 56.11.  In addition, add one-

time funding to the Contractual Services ($213,676), Field

Equipment Expense ($56,400), Uniforms ($6,400), Office and

Administrative Expense ($1,800), and Operating Supplies

($33,333) accounts for tip fee, hazardous waste removal and

disposal services, uniform, protective field equipment, and

vehicle rental expenses.  Related costs consist of employee

benefits.

SG: $217,372

EX: $311,609

Related Costs: $116,411

52. Sixth HOPE Team - Los Angeles River

1,087,869

-

1,204,280



Add nine-months funding and resolution authority for four

positions, consisting of two Environmental Compliance

Inspectors, one Maintenance Laborer, and one Refuse

Collection Truck Operator II to staff the sixth HOPE team.  This

team will be deployed to the Los Angeles River to ensure that

public areas are safe, clean, sanitary, and accessible for public

use by all individuals in accordance with Los Angeles Municipal

Code Section 56.11.  In addition, add one-time funding to the

Contractual Services ($772,564), Field Equipment Expense

($56,400), Uniforms ($6,400), Office and Administrative

Expense ($1,800), and Operating Supplies ($33,333) accounts

for tip fee, hazardous waste removal and disposal services,

uniform, protective field equipment, and vehicle rental

expenses.  Related costs consist of employee benefits.



SG: $217,372

EX: $870,497

Related Costs: $116,411

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

TOTAL Environmental Quality

5,177,436

26

D

2016-17 Program Budget



9,443,627

77

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



5,177,436

26

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



14,621,063

103

576


Bureau of Sanitation

Technology Support

This program provides information technology and the technical management and support for all the

automated systems. Systems are used in the stormwater, wastewater treatment and conveyance, solid

resources programs, and for financial and administration support.  Information technology includes

management of over 2,200 personal computers, three data centers, and complex networks.  The program

includes management of over 60 applications ranging from Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and work

order systems, service request systems used by the call center, industrial process control systems, and

environmental and regulatory compliance systems.



Increased Services

53. Watershed Protection Printer and Scanner

23,500

-

23,500



Add one-time funding in the Furniture, Office, and Technical

Equipment Account to purchase a printer and production

scanner for the Low Impact Development Program.  Funding is

provided by the Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund and

expenditures are reimbursable from developer fees.

EQ: $23,500

54. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technical Support

985,000

-

985,000



Add one-time funding in the Contractual Services Account for

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) licensing and technical

support services.  Services include hardware and software

installation, data spatial analysis, data mapping, data reporting,

digitizing maps, and troubleshooting.  Funding is provided by

the Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund ($511,750) and

Sewer Construction and Maintenance Fund ($473,250).

EX: $985,000

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

1,270,728

-

1,264,864



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: ($5,864)

SG: $739

EX: $1,269,989

TOTAL Technology Support

2,279,228

-

D

2016-17 Program Budget



6,901,881

66

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



2,279,228

-

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



9,181,109

66

577


Bureau of Sanitation

General Administration and Support

This program provides for management and administrative support functions, including Bureau and division

administration, planning, and administrative services.  It is comprised of two divisions - Administration and

Financial Management.  The Administration Division is responsible for providing support for all divisions at

worksites and centralized services in these areas: purchasing, payroll, personnel, and specific centralized

expenses.  The Financial Management Division provides services related to tracking and reporting of

expenditures to various regulatory agencies for Sanitation's annual operating budget.

Continuation of Services

55. Marketing and Public Outreach Program

123,948

-

173,123



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Marketing

Manager to develop, maintain, and implement the Bureau's

marketing and outreach efforts.  This position is 48 percent

funded by the Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund, 47

percent funded by the Sewer Construction and Maintenance

Fund, and five percent funded by the Stormwater Pollution

Abatement Fund. Related costs consist of employee benefits.

SG: $123,948

Related Costs: $49,175

56. Grant Section Technical Support

87,502

1

126,107



Continue funding and add regular authority for one

Management Analyst in the Bureau's Grant Section.  This

position is 48 percent funded by the Solid Waste Resources

Revenue Fund, 47 percent funded by the Sewer Construction

and Maintenance Fund, and five percent funded by the

Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund.  Related costs consist

of employee benefits.

SG: $87,502

Related Costs: $38,605

57. Liability Claims Support

87,502

-

126,107



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Management

Analyst to coordinate liability investigations and process liability

claims.  This position is 48 percent funded by the Solid Waste

Resources Revenue Fund, 47 percent funded by the Sewer

Construction and Maintenance Fund, and five percent funded

by the Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund.  Related costs

consist of employee benefits.

SG: $87,502

Related Costs: $38,605

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

(118,512)

2

(200,566)



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: ($82,054)

SG: ($118,512)

578


Bureau of Sanitation

General Administration and Support

Continuation of Services

58. Governmental Affairs Support

97,696

-

139,223



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Services

Coordinator to serve as a liaison to the Board of Public Works,

Mayor's Office, Council offices, and community and

environmental groups.  This position is 48 percent funded by

the Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund, 47 percent funded

by the Sewer Construction and Maintenance Fund, and five

percent funded by the Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund.

Related costs consist of employee benefits.



SG: $97,696

Related Costs: $41,527

59. Data Management Coordinator

124,496

-

173,704



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Senior

Management Analyst II to serve as the Bureau's data

management coordinator.  This position is 48 percent funded

by the Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund, 47 percent

funded by the Sewer Construction and Maintenance Fund, and

five percent funded by the Stormwater Pollution Abatement

Fund.  Related costs consist of employee benefits.

SG: $124,496

Related Costs: $49,208

60. Clean and Green Community Program Support

54,474

-

84,541



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Project

Assistant to support the Clean and Green Community Program

by planning and organizing environmental programs to improve

local quality of life.  This position is 48 percent funded by the

Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund, 47 percent funded by

the Sewer Construction and Maintenance Fund, and five

percent funded by the Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund.

Related costs consist of employee benefits.



SG: $54,474

Related Costs: $30,067

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

579


Bureau of Sanitation

General Administration and Support

Increased Services

61. Satellite Purchasing Unit Support

47,692

1

75,093



Add nine-months funding and regular authority for one

Accounting Clerk to process purchasing documents and

respond to vendor payment inquiries.  This position is 48

percent funded by the Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund,

47 percent funded by the Sewer Construction and Maintenance

Fund, and five percent funded by the Stormwater Pollution

Abatement Fund. Related costs consist of employee benefits.

SG: $47,692

Related Costs: $27,401

62. Fiscal Systems Specialist

71,971

1

106,125



Add nine-months funding and regular authority for one Fiscal

Systems Specialist I to review and evaluate the Bureau's use

of internal and external financial reporting systems and

implement solutions to streamline and improve fiscal

monitoring and reporting.  This position is 48 percent funded by

the Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund, 47 percent funded

by the Sewer Construction and Maintenance Fund, and five

percent funded by the Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund.

Related costs consist of employee benefits.

SG: $71,971

Related Costs: $34,154

New Services

63. Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioner

73,306

1

108,158



Add nine-months funding and regular authority for one

Environmental Engineering Associate II, subject to pay grade

determination by the Office of the City Administrative Office,

Employee Relations Division, to act as the Bureau's designated

Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioner (QISP) for the

Bureau's six industrial discharging facilities.  This position will

implement Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans, perform

Annual Comprehensive Facility Compliance Evaluations, assist

in the preparation of Annual Reports, perform Exceedance

Response Actions, and train pollution prevention teams.  This

position is 48 percent funded by the Solid Waste Resources

Revenue Fund, 47 percent funded by the Sewer Construction

and Maintenance Fund, and five percent funded by the

Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund. Related costs consist of

employee benefits.

SG: $73,306

Related Costs: $34,852

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

580


Bureau of Sanitation

General Administration and Support

TOTAL General Administration and Support

650,075

6

D

2016-17 Program Budget



6,732,072

67

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



650,075

6

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



7,382,147

73

581


2015-16

2016-17

2016-17

2017-18

Actual

Adopted

Estimated

Program/Code/Description

Contract

Expenditures

Budget

Expenditures

Amount

Watershed Protection - BE8201 

Administrative Division

$

3,256



           

$

8,600



           

$

8,000



           

1. Telephones.........................................................................................................

$

8,600


           

-

                  



3,000

           

-

                  



2. Rental pagers......................................................................................................

3,000


           

-

                  



3,900

           

-

                  



3. Cell phone services.............................................................................................

3,900


           

7,069


           

53,922


         

25,000


         

4. Media Center utility and janitorial costs...............................................................

53,922

         



$

10,325


         

$

69,422



         

$

33,000



         

Administrative Division Total

$

69,422



         

Financial Management Division

$

1,500



           

$

2,000



           

$

2,000



           

5. LA County Tax Roll Database.............................................................................

$

2,000


           

$

1,500



           

$

2,000



           

$

2,000



           

Financial Management Division Total

$

2,000



           

Wastewater Collection Systems Division

$

7,433



           

$

12,000



         

$

10,000



         

6. Emergency tree removal and fencing..................................................................

$

12,000


         

$

7,433



           

$

12,000



         

$

10,000



         

Wastewater Collection System Division Total

$

12,000



         


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