Form revised February 4, 2010

 

FISCAL NOTE FOR NON-CAPITAL PROJECTS

 

Department:

Contact Person/Phone:

DOF Analyst/Phone:

Legislative Dept.

Dan Nolte or David Yeaworth

 

 

Legislation Title:

A RESOLUTION calling for federal-level immigration reform, denouncing Arizona State Senate Bill 1070 (Arizona SB1070) as a step in the wrong direction, and requesting that City Departments refrain from sending City employees to the State of Arizona and refrain from entering into new contracts with businesses headquartered in the State of Arizona.

 

 

         Summary of the Legislation: The resolution urges city employees in their professional capacity and departments to refrain from visiting the State of Arizona or hiring businesses that are headquartered there, when legally appropriate, until Arizona Senate Bill 1070 has been recinded or significantly altered.

 

         Background:The State of Arizona recently put into law a policy intended to identify illegal immigrants. Many US citizens, constituent organizations, and municipalities feel that the law is too strident and that matters of immigration are best addressed by the federal government not state governments. The intent of the resolution is to encourage the federal government to address the immigration issue with new policy and to have the State of Arizona to recind or soften their law.

 

         Please check one of the following:

 

____††† This legislation does not have any financial implications. †(Stop here and delete the remainder of this document prior to saving and printing.)

 

_X__†† This legislation has financial implications. †(Please complete all relevant sections that follow.)

 

Appropriations:† This table should reflect appropriations that are a direct result of this legislation.† In the event that the project/programs associated with this ordinance had, or will have, appropriations in other legislation, please provide details in the Notes section below.

 

Fund Name and Number

Department

Budget Control Level*

2010

Appropriation

2011 Anticipated Appropriation

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

*See budget book to obtain the appropriate Budget Control Level for your department.

 

Notes:†

 

Anticipated Revenue/Reimbursement: Resulting From This Legislation: This table should reflect revenues/reimbursements that are a direct result of this legislation.† In the event that the issues/projects associated with this ordinance/resolution have revenues or reimbursements that were, or will be, received because of previous or future legislation or budget actions, please provide details in the Notes section below the table.

 

Fund Name and Number

Department

Revenue Source

2010

Revenue

2011

Revenue

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

 

Total Regular Positions Created, Modified, Or Abrogated Through This Legislation, Including FTE Impact:† This table should only reflect the actual number of positions affected by this legislation. ††In the event that positions have been, or will be, created as a result of other legislation, please provide details in the Notes section below the table.

 

Position Title and Department

Position # for Existing Positions

Fund Name & #

PT/FT

2010

Positions

2010

FTE

2011 Positions*

2011 FTE*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* 2010 positions and FTE are total 2010 position changes resulting from this legislation, not incremental changes.† Therefore, under 2010, please be sure to include any continuing positions from 2009.

 

Notes:

 

         Do positions sunset in the future?† (If yes, identify sunset date):

 

Spending/Cash Flow: This table should be completed only in those cases where part or all of the funds authorized by this legislation will be spent in a different year than when they were appropriated (e.g., as in the case of certain grants and capital projects).† Details surrounding spending that will occur in future years should be provided in the Notes section below the table.

 

Fund Name & #

Department

Budget Control Level*

2010

Expenditures

2011 Anticipated Expenditures

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

* See budget book to obtain the appropriate Budget Control Level for your department.

 

Notes:

 

         What is the financial cost of not implementing the legislation?

 

There is no apparent cost of not implementing the lesgislation.

 

         Does this legislation affect any departments besides the originating department?†

 

All departments that hire contractors or make out of state visits to conferences or meetings could be affected.

 

         What are the possible alternatives to the legislation that could achieve the same or similar objectives?

 

Theoretically, another form of contact such as a letter could achieve the same objectives. However, the strength of the statement in a none legislative form would likely not carry the same weight.

 

         Is the legislation subject to public hearing requirements:†

 

The legislation is not subject to a public hearing.

 

         Other Issues

 

It is possible that an Arizona contractor could provide the lowest bid for work or product needed by the City. At that time, a decision will need to be made if the contractor should or should not be awarded the contract, based on the legal parameters of the legislation.

 

         List attachments to the fiscal note below: (Please include headers with version numbers on all attachments, as well footers with the documentís name (e.g., DOF Property Tax Fisc Att A)