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Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Changes Applicable to Various Programs

The following changes involve two or more budgetary programs. These changes are explained below and

apportioned as single entries in the affected programs. Single-program changes are shown only in the

programs involved.

494


Board of Public Works

Efficiencies to Services

8. One-Time Salary Reduction

(319,247)

-

(410,744)



Reduce funding in the Salaries General Account, as a one-

time budget reduction, to reflect savings generated by

positions filled in-lieu, maintaining vacancies, and anticipated

attrition. Related costs consist of employee benefits.



Related Costs: ($91,497)

SG: ($319,247)

9. Expense Account Reduction

(25,000)

-

(25,000)



Reduce funding in the Contractual Services Account, as a

one-time budget reduction, to reflect anticipated expenditures,

which include savings achieved due to Departmental

efficiencies and expenditure reductions.



EX: ($25,000)

Other Changes or Adjustments

10. Elimination of Classification Pay Grades

-

-

-



Amend employment authority for all positions in the

Accountant and Management Analyst classifications. All

Accountant I and Accountant II positions are transitioned to

Accountant and all Management Analyst I and Management

Analyst II positions are transitioned to Management Analyst.

This action is in accordance with the Citywide elimination of

pay grades for these classifications.  There is no net change

to the overall number of positions within the Department.



TOTAL CHANGES APPLICABLE TO VARIOUS PROGRAMS

(1,371,081)

-

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

495


Board of Public Works

Office of Community Beautification

Priority Outcome: Create a more livable and sustainable city

This program beautifies the City through graffiti removal, litter cleanup and weed removal; greenery planting;

community beautification clean-up events; and other programs including adopt-a-median, adopt-a-basket, and

the paint bank. This program empowers communities with resources and partnership opportunities to beautify

their neighborhoods.



Continuation of Services

11. Graffiti Abatement Funding Increase

2,000,000

-

2,000,000



Add one-time funding in the Contractual Services Account to

expand service levels for graffiti abatement.



EX: $2,000,000

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

(680,380)

-

(666,899)



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $13,481

SG: $69,620 EX: ($750,000)

TOTAL Office of Community Beautification

1,319,620

-

D

2016-17 Program Budget



10,137,454

8

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



1,319,620

-

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



11,457,074

8

496


Board of Public Works

Project Restore

Priority Outcome: Create a more livable and sustainable city

This program oversees the restoration and preservation of historic City-owned facilities and other special

projects, as well as day-to-day operations, including design, project management, contract administration,

fundraising, grant writing, budget, procurement, and accounting.

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

2,774


-

3,596


Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $822

SG: $2,774

TOTAL Project Restore

2,774

-

D

2016-17 Program Budget



141,146

1

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



2,774

-

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



143,920

1

497


Board of Public Works

Public Works Accounting

Priority Outcome: Create a more livable and sustainable city

This program provides day-to-day accounting and financial services for the Department of Public Works,

including capital programming and budgeting, fee and cost recovery, general and cost accounting, and special

funds and projects accounting.

Continuation of Services

12. Accounting Support for Sidewalk Repair Program

224,096

-

328,906



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Senior

Accountant I and two Accountant positions to handle

accounting transactions, including the rebate program for the

Sidewalk Repair Program. Funding is provided by the Sidewalk

Repair Fund. See related Bureaus of Contract Administration,

Engineering, and Street Services items. Related costs consist

of employee benefits.

SG: $224,096

Related Costs: $104,810

Increased Services

13. As-Needed Accounting Services

80,000

-

80,000



Add funding for as-needed accounting services to process B-

Permits.  These one-time resources will be used to process

backlogged B-Permit accounts and are anticipated to generate

$2.5 million in one-time General Fund receipts.



SAN: $80,000

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

(407,701)

-

(566,091)



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: ($158,390)

SG: ($337,480) EX: ($70,221)

498


Board of Public Works

Public Works Accounting

New Services

14. Measure M Fund Administration

62,108

-

93,436



Add nine months funding and resolution authority for one

Senior Accountant I to support the design and construction of

various rail, bus, street and capital projects authorized as part

of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro)

Measure M Traffic Improvement Plan approved in November

2016. See related Bureaus of Contract Administration,

Engineering, Street Lighting, Street Services, and Department

of Transportation items. Funding is provided by the Measure M

countywide sales tax increase. Related costs consists of

employee benefits.



SG: $62,108

Related Costs: $31,328

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

TOTAL Public Works Accounting

(41,497)

-

D

2016-17 Program Budget



5,021,131

59

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



(41,497)

-

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



4,979,634

59

499


Board of Public Works

Public Works Financial Systems

Priority Outcome: Create a more livable and sustainable city

This program creates and maintains financial systems to efficiently manage financial processes within the

Department of Public Works.



Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

45,110


-

58,488


Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $13,378

SG: $45,110

TOTAL Public Works Financial Systems

45,110

-

D

2016-17 Program Budget



574,453

5

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



45,110

-

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



619,563

5

500


Board of Public Works

Public Works Board and Board Secretariat

Priority Outcome: Create a more livable and sustainable city

This program provides overall management, direction, administrative control, and transparency of process to

the public for the Department of Public Works.  This program also oversees the bid and award process of

construction contracts.

Continuation of Services

15. Administrative Support

77,497

-

113,688



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Project

Coordinator to provide administrative support to the Board

President and assist with projects related to film and television.

Partial funding is provided by the Sewer Construction and

Maintenance Fund ($29,604). Related costs consist of

employee benefits.



SG: $77,497

Related Costs: $36,191

16. Sidewalk Repair Incentive Rebate Program

94,943

-

135,682



Continue funding and resolution authority for one Management

Analyst for the implementation of the Sidewalk Repair Incentive

Rebate Program. Funding is provided by the Sidewalk Repair

Fund. Related costs consist of employee benefits.



SG: $94,943

Related Costs: $40,739

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Apportionment of Changes Applicable to Various Programs

(330,884)

-

(436,065)



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: ($105,181)

SG: ($320,884) EX: ($10,000)

501


Board of Public Works

Public Works Board and Board Secretariat

New Services

17. Internship Program

-

-

-



Add as-needed position authorities for Administrative Intern II

and Student Professional Worker for the establishment of an

Internship Program. The interns will provide clerical,

secretarial, or administrative support and assist on special

assignments.

18. Marketing

30,000

-

30,000



Add one-time funding in the Office and Administrative Account

for marketing and outreach of the City's 3-1-1 Call Center and

MyLA311 mobile application as a way to get connected to a

wide variety of non-emergency City services and general

information. City services, including bulky item pickup requests,

inspection requests, graffiti cleanup requests, and reports of

property violations can be requested directly.

EX: $30,000

Other Changes or Adjustments

19. Film Position Reallocation

-

-

-



Reallocate one Senior Management Analyst II to a Motion

Picture and Television Manager. This position reallocation is

subject to approval of a salary ordinance by the Council and

Mayor. The incremental salary cost will be absorbed by the

Department.

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

TOTAL Public Works Board and Board Secretariat

(128,444)

-

D

2016-17 Program Budget



2,180,243

17

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



(128,444)

-

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



2,051,799

17

502


Board of Public Works

Petroleum and Natural Gas Administration and Safety

Priority Outcome: Ensure our communities are the safest in the nation.

This program provides for the administration of pipeline and electric utility franchises, and fulfills the role of

petroleum administrator for the City.



New Services

20. Petroleum Administration

301,089

4

448,549



Continue funding and add regular authority for one Utility Rates

and Policy Specialist III, and add nine-months funding and

regular authority for one Senior Management Analyst I, one

Senior Environmental Engineer, and one Environmental

Compliance Inspector, to establish the Office of Petroleum and

Natural Gas Administration and Safety. This Office will

coordinate the City's efforts to oversee exploration, drilling and

production activities, will administer pipeline and utility

franchises, and will provide policy support to the Mayor, City

Council, and the Board of Public Works. This Office is divided

into two sections: Safety and Compliance, and Franchise and

Contract Administration. Related costs consist of employee

benefits.

SG: $301,089

Related Costs: $147,460

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

TOTAL Petroleum and Natural Gas Administration and Safety

301,089

4

2016-17 Program Budget

-

-

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



301,089

4

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



301,089

4

503


2015-16

2016-17

2016-17

2017-18

Actual

Adopted

Estimated

Program/Code/Description

Contract

Expenditures

Budget

Expenditures

Amount

Community Beautification - BC7401

$

18,698



         

$

18,698



         

$

19,000



         

1. Graphics Production for Office of Community Beautification...........................

$

18,698


         

8,996,492

    

8,476,539



    

8,477,000

    

2. Graffiti abatement services.............................................................................



8,477,539

    


1,980,785

    


751,000

       


1,751,000

    


3. Clean and Green............................................................................................

2,000,000

    

868,514


       

-

                  



560,000

       


4. Supplemental clean-up services.....................................................................

-

                  



180,000

       


180,000

       


180,000

       


5. LA River Corps...............................................................................................

180,000


       

471,737


       

-

                  



900,000

       


6. Clean Streets Initiative (Budgeted in General City Purposes).........................

-

                  



207,070

       


-

                  

209,000

       


7. Tree Planting..................................................................................................

-

                  



178,362

       


-

                  

-

                  



8. Operation Healthy Streets (Budgeted in General City Purposes)....................

-

                  



$

12,901,658

  

$

9,426,237



    

$

12,096,000



  

Community Beautification Total

$

10,676,237



  

Public Works Accounting - FG7403

$

90,635



         

$

42,133



         

$

42,000



         

9. Operating expenses: copiers, cell phones, machine maintenance, storage....

$

27,133


         

-

                  



50,000

         

50,000

         



10. Public Works Trust Fund nexus study.............................................................

-

                  



$

90,635


         

$

92,133



         

$

92,000



         

Public Works Accounting Total

$

27,133



         

Public Works Board and Board Secretariat - FG7405

$

36,681



         

$

27,501



         

$

27,000



         

11. Operating expenses: copiers, cell phones, machine maintenance, security....

$

17,501


         

$

36,681



         

$

27,501



         

$

27,000



         

Public Works Board and Board Secretariat Total

$

17,501



         

$

13,028,974



  

$

9,545,871



    

$

12,215,000



  

TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES ACCOUNT

$

10,720,871



  

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

DETAIL OF CONTRACTUAL SERVICES ACCOUNT

504


Position Counts

2016-17


Change

2017-18


Code

Title


2017-18 Salary Range and Annual

Salary


Board of Public Works

GENERAL


Regular Positions

5

-



5

0114


Member Board of Public Works

5136(9)


(107,239 - 156,787)

1

-



1

1117-2


Executive Administrative Assistant II

2827


(59,027 - 86,317)

1

-



1

1170-1


Payroll Supervisor I

2979


(62,201 - 90,911)

2

-



2

1201


Principal Clerk

2592


(54,120 - 79,156)

4

-



4

1223


Accounting Clerk

2284


(47,689 - 69,697)

2

-



2

1358


Administrative Clerk

1752


(36,581 - 53,473)

8

-



8

1368


Senior Administrative Clerk

2162


(45,142 - 66,001)

1

-



1

1431-4


Programmer/Analyst IV

3822


(79,803 - 116,698)

-

27



27

1513


Accountant

2577


(53,807 - 78,696)

27

(27)



-

1513-2


Accountant II

2577


(53,807 - 78,696)

4

-



4

1523-1


Senior Accountant I

2995


(62,535 - 91,391)

12

-



12

1523-2


Senior Accountant II

3241


(67,672 - 98,950)

3

-



3

1525-2


Principal Accountant II

3933


(82,121 - 120,039)

2

-



2

1537


Project Coordinator

3076


(64,226 - 93,918)

2

-



2

1555-1


Fiscal Systems Specialist I

4118


(85,983 - 125,697)

1

-



1

1593-2


Departmental Chief Accountant II

4520


(94,377 - 137,995)

1

-



1

1593-4


Departmental Chief Accountant IV

5736


(119,767 - 175,120)

2

-



2

1597-2


Senior Systems Analyst II

4808


(100,391 - 146,765)

-

1



1

1681-3


Utility Rates and Policy Specialist III

5866


(122,482 - 179,066)

-

1



1

1789


Motion Picture and Television

Manager


5751

(120,080 - 175,559)

1

-

1



1835-2

Storekeeper II

2162

(45,142 - 66,001)



-

1

1



4292

Environmental Compliance Inspector

3070

(64,101 - 93,730)



-

1

1



7874

Senior Environmental Engineer

4915

(102,625 - 149,981)



2

1

3



9171-1

Senior Management Analyst I

3881

(81,035 - 118,473)



4

(1)


3

9171-2


Senior Management Analyst II

4807


(100,370 - 146,744)

1

-



1

9182


Chief Management Analyst

5736


(119,767 - 175,120)

-

4



4

9184


Management Analyst

3286


(68,611 - 100,307)

2

(2)



-

9184-1


Management Analyst I

2786


(58,171 - 85,044)

2

(2)



-

9184-2


Management Analyst II

3286


(68,611 - 100,307)

90

4



94

AS NEEDED

To be Employed As Needed in Such Numbers as Required

1502


Student Professional Worker

1319(9)


(27,540 - 40,298)

505


Position Counts

2016-17


Change

2017-18


Code

Title


2017-18 Salary Range and Annual

Salary


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