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Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA) is to prevent and correct problems that contribute to the physical decline of residential and commercial areas; ensure fair and equitable relations between landlords and tenants; increase the supply of affordable housing; and maintain existing housing in a safe and sanitary condition.

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Budget Overview

The total approved FY20 Operating Budget for the Department of Housing and Community Affairs is $58,760,909, an increase of $7,196,170 or 13.96 percent from the FY19 Approved Budget of $51,564,739. Personnel Costs comprise 19.92 percent of the budget for 106 full-time position(s) and one part-time position(s), and a total of 100.70 FTEs. Total FTEs may include seasonal or temporary positions and may also reflect workforce charged to or from other departments or funds. Operating Expenses and Debt Service account for the remaining 80.08 percent of the FY20 budget.

DHCA expects the total signed agreements for affordable housing projects through the PILOT program to abate $18.2 million in taxes in FY20.

In addition, this department's Capital Improvements Program (CIP) requires Current Revenue funding.

County Priority Outcomes

While this program area supports all eight of the County Result Areas, the following are emphasized:

  • A More Affordable and Welcoming Community
  • A Greener County
  • Effective, Sustainable Government

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Department Performance Measures

Performance measures for this department are included below (where applicable), with multi-program measures displayed at the front of this section and program-specific measures shown with the relevant program. The FY19 estimates reflect funding based on the FY19 approved budget. The FY20 and FY21 figures are performance targets based on the FY20 approved budget and funding for comparable service levels in FY21.

Accomplishments

  • Closed 22 multifamily loans providing $103.7 million in county support which will preserve or produce 3,254 total units of which 1,982 units will be affordable. Investments included ten senior housing developments, nine multifamily housing developments for families, two special needs projects, and one distressed community project.
  • Launched the Montgomery County Homeowner Energy Efficiency Program. Administered by Habitat Metro Maryland, this program provides free energy-efficiency upgrades to eligible residents.
  • Continued providing downpayment and closing cost assistance through the Montgomery Homeownership Program. This partnership with the State helps to make the dream of homeownership a reality.
  • Partnered with Department of Permitting Services and nonprofits to create a new "Design for Life" program providing visitability and accessibility grants for lower-income seniors and families.
  • Awarded a State Community Legacy grant to help fund the Kimberly Place Balcony Replacement and Drainage Improvement project.
  • Improved Common Ownership Community (COC) Program operations. Updated Decisions and Orders (D&O) manual and created a searchable database for all D&O's, rolled out new website, streamlined and automated the complaint process and updated the mandatory Director Training creating new training modules on insurance and risk management, compliance and legal obligations.
  • Completed the first comprehensive revisions to the MPDU law and Executive Regulation since 2004.




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Initiatives

  • Invest $68.05 million in affordable housing, including an additional $4.77 million loan repayments reallocated in FY19 and $22 million in FY20 for the Affordable Housing Acquisition and Preservation CIP project. This increases dedicated funding and provides for renovation of distressed housing, the acquisition and preservation of affordable housing units, creation of housing units for special needs residents, services to the "Building Neighborhoods to Call Home" and "Housing First," and creation of mixed-income housing.

  • Provide new resources to support tenant advocacy and eviction prevention, increase housing code staffing, provide outreach and education activities related to community policing and housing code enforcement workshops for tenants and landlords, and innovate code enforcement technology improvements to enhance and streamline the housing code inspections process.
  • Provide new resources to enhance housing code enforcement efforts on single-family rental homes and accessory apartment units.
  • Continue to protect lower-income residents of the Route 29/Castle Boulevard corridor from rent increases by working with nonprofits to identify and preserve at-risk, naturally-occurring affordable housing (NOAH) and actively engaging purchasers with Rental Agreements to preserve affordable rents.
  • Continue to actively underwrite affordable housing loans to preserve and produce affordable housing. Seven developments including two senior and five family projects, have already been identified for consideration. These developments would preserve or produce 1,500 total and 700 affordable units.
  • Expand neighborhood revitalization activities to additional low-moderate income areas throughout the County. Identify and study new possible residential and commercial target areas.
  • Modernize the Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit (MPDU) Program. Features will include a refreshed website, new MPDU Pricing Standards, better collaboration with partners, streamlined sale and resale offering procedures, and improved realtor compliance with sales requirements.
  • Collaborate with Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC) to provide rental assistance programs to the residents who need it the most. Approximately 3,300 households were assisted in FY19 and over 3,500 are projected to be assisted in FY20. A renewed focus will be on eviction prevention, including targeted assistance and financial literacy seminars in areas experiencing high evictions.
  • Manage funding from Federal grants (i.e., Community Development Block Grant - CDBG, the HOME Investment Partnership Grant, and the Emergency Solutions Grant), which provide funding for affordable housing, housing rehabilitation, commercial revitalization, focused neighborhood assistance, public services, and preventing homelessness.

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Innovations and Productivity Improvements

  • Deployed a new Internet-facing affordable housing search application called 'Rental Guide.' The Rental Guide leverages the most recent web application development standards providing users with an intuitive and efficient interface. The application emphasizes speed, accuracy, and responsiveness.
  • Completed the Housing Inspection iOS app. The app is designed to speed the inspection process to support and integrate seamlessly with Code Enforcement's case management system.
  • Developed a new case management system (CMS) for the Office of Landlord-Tenant Affairs and the Office of Common Ownership Communities (COC) providing a rich set of productivity-enhancing features, more robust data validation, an exhaustive collection of reports, and integration with other DHCA core systems such as Licensing and Registration and Code Enforcement.
  • Created a fully digitized COC program by utilizing the new COC CMS and new eReaders that are loaded with all applicable COC guides, training materials, laws and regulations. Monthly meeting packets and cases files are downloaded to the eReaders. This furthers the County's goal of promoting environmental and fiscal stewardship by reducing printing/production costs and ensuring that all members have everything needed in one place.
  • Committed to using cloud-based services in accordance to the County's own vision. The Department is already leveraging the County's Azure file storage instance. DHCA-IT is also exploring Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Cloud to support its application development activities.

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Collaboration and Partnerships

Rental Assistance

Utilize resources from the MHI fund to support rental assistance programs in DHCA, HHS, and the HOC. Over 3,500 households are projected to be assisted in FY20.

Partners

Department of Health and Human Services, Housing Opportunities Commission

 
State & Federal Agencies

DHCA works closely with the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development; the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation; the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission; the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and other regulatory agencies regarding a variety of housing-related issues.

 
Agreement Between DEP (Solid Waste) and DHCA (Housing Code Enforcement)

This agreement states that DHCA is responsible for the enforcement of laws, rules, and regulations governing storage of solid waste and recyclable materials located on residential property in Montgomery County, other than that which has been placed at the curb for collections. It is estimated that 150 tons of trash was removed as a result of the clean and lien program and the Alternative Community Service (ACS) concentrated neighborhood efforts of litter removal from bi-weekly collection of street debris in targeted neighborhoods and streets.

Partners

Department of Environmental Protection

 
Delegation of Enforcement Authority and MOU between DPS and DHCA

Through this agreement, inspectors from either department can cite violations of either Chapter 26 or Chapter 59, eliminating the need for duplicative and unnecessary inspections. This is a more efficient use of staff resources and enhances customer service by minimizing the confusion inherent in requiring the involvement of both departments to resolve a single complaint.

Partners

Department of Permitting Services

 
Code Enforcement Task Force Initiative

Participate in an informal Code Enforcement Task Force initiative established by the County Police, Community Policing Division to address severe violations requiring a joint effort to gain compliance.

Partners

Department of Police

 
Montgomery College, HHS, Community Partners

Landlord Tenant Affairs worked with the Department's Senior Fellow to conduct workshops regarding seniors and their unique housing issues and to develop a course regarding management in senior buildings that is currently being taught at Montgomery College in Rockville, in partnership with Montgomery County HHS, Montgomery College, and our community partners.

Partners

Department of Health and Human Services, Montgomery College, Non-Profits

 
Health and Human Services

The MPDU program is finalizing procedures with HHS to give priority for rental MPDUs to persons exiting homelessness, and is working to increase the number of nonprofit organizations signing MPDU master leases to serve lower income households.

Partners

Department of Health and Human Services

 

Program Descriptions

  Multi-Family Housing Programs

This program creates and preserves affordable multi-family housing units. Loans are made to the HOC, nonprofit organizations, property owners, and for-profit developers. This program provides funding to: • preserve existing affordable housing units; • construct and acquire affordable housing units; • rehabilitate existing rental housing stock; ...

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  Affordable Housing Programs

This program creates and preserves affordable single-family housing units. It enforces Chapter 25A of the County Code to ensure that Moderately Priced Dwelling Units (MPDUs) are provided and monitored for resale control. The Code requires that 12.5 percent to 15.0 percent of an approved development of 20 dwelling units...

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  Housing Code Enforcement

This program enforces Chapter 26 of the County Code, Housing Maintenance, by inspecting rental condominiums, multi-family apartments, and single-family housing to ensure safe and sanitary conditions; Chapter 48, Solid Wastes; and Chapter 58, Weeds, the County's residential weeds and rubbish codes. Approximately 80 percent of the single-family inspections result from...

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  Grants Administration - Federal Programs

Staff provides management and oversight to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements for Federal funding awarded to Montgomery County by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Community Development Block Grant, the HOME Investment Partnership Grant, and the Emergency Solutions Grant programs. Funds from these programs...

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  Landlord-Tenant Mediation

This program ensures fair and equitable relations between landlords and tenants and encourages the maintenance and improvement of housing. Activities including mediating and arbitrating disputes; providing information and technical assistance to all parties; and taking legal action as necessary, including referring unresolved complaints to the Montgomery County Commission on...

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  Neighborhood Revitalization

This program provides planning and implementation for neighborhood revitalization in targeted areas. Activities include commercial revitalization (physical and economic) in both local retail centers and central business districts as well as assistance to address other community concerns, including issues related to housing and public services. Primary funding for...

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  Licensing and Registration

This program issues licenses to all rental housing (apartments, condominiums, and single-family) and registers all housing units within common ownership communities....

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  Housing Administration

This program provides management and oversight to support activities within the housing division including single and multi-family housing programs, and landlord tenant mediation. This program was formerly included as part of Housing Development and Loan Programs....

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  Administration

This program provides overall direction, administration, and managerial support to the Department. Activities include budgeting, financial management, asset management, personnel management and administration, program oversight, training, automated systems management, and policy/program development and implementation....

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  Common Ownership Community Program

This program ensures fair and equitable relations between the governing bodies of homeowner associations, condominium associations, and cooperatives, and the individuals living within these common ownership communities, and encourages the maintenance and improvement of housing. Activities include mediating and arbitrating disputes; providing information and technical assistance to all parties; and...

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Program Contacts

Contact Tim Goetzinger of the Department of Housing and Community Affairs at 240.777.3728 or Pofen Salem of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2773 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.

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Budget Summary
TitleActual
FY18
Budget
FY19
Estimate
FY19
Approved
FY20
%Chg
Bud/App
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages4472999.004593905.00 4619483.00 5118117.0011.4
Employee Benefits1601091.001665449.00 1635119.00 1885472.0013.2
County General Fund Personnel Costs6074090.006259354.00 6254602.00 7003589.0011.9
Operating Expenses840756.001260056.00 1168851.00 1399519.0011.1
Capital Outlay5155.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
County General Fund Expenditures6920001.007519410.00 7423453.00 8403108.0011.8
PERSONNEL
Full-Time101.00102.00 102.00 106.003.9
Part-Time3.002.00 2.00 1.00-50.0
FTEs59.2559.25 59.25 62.655.7
REVENUES
Board of Appeals Fees4875.009000.00 9000.00 6000.00-33.3
Common Ownership Community Fees711065.00685125.00 685125.00 715000.004.4
Landlord-Tennant Fees5794643.006418250.00 6418250.00 6278180.00-2.2
Miscellaneous Revenues-16465.0020000.00 20000.00 6500.00-67.5
Other Charges/Fees7203.00104300.00 104300.00 75600.00-27.5
Other Fines/Forfeitures29145.0040000.00 40000.00 40000.000.0
Other Licenses/Permits0.000.00 0.00 813420.000.0
County General Fund Revenues6530466.007276675.00 7276675.00 7934700.009.0
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages1438848.001513163.00 1354556.00 1700781.0012.4
Employee Benefits468656.00522722.00 460563.00 616499.0017.9
Montgomery Housing Initiative Personnel Costs1907504.002035885.00 1815119.00 2317280.0013.8
Operating Expenses36997699.0033553905.00 35642126.00 38966297.0016.1
Debt Service Other59021.000.00 56750.00 0.000.0
Montgomery Housing Initiative Expenditures38964224.0035589790.00 37513995.00 41283577.0016.0
PERSONNEL
Full-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs14.7015.20 15.20 17.0512.2
REVENUES
Asset Management Fee34842.0070200.00 70200.00 70200.000.0
Commitment Fee0.00200000.00 200000.00 200000.000.0
Investment Income2841976.003010190.00 2595950.00 2765250.00-8.1
Loan Payments1515876.002375000.00 2375000.00 2700000.0013.7
MHI Transfer Tax24.00225000.00 225000.00 100000.00-55.6
Miscellaneous Revenues6433.0075006.00 75006.00 75006.000.0
MPDU Alternative Payments0.000.00 0.00 360000.000.0
MPDU Revenues3366178.001250000.00 1250000.00 1250000.000.0
Other Financing Sources16021.0056750.00 56750.00 56750.000.0
Recordation Tax12936278.0014246142.00 16170347.00 16367562.0014.9
Montgomery Housing Initiative Revenues20717628.0021508288.00 23018253.00 23944768.0011.3
 
GRANT FUND - MCG
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages1535656.001722307.00 1722307.00 1778599.003.3
Employee Benefits533414.00561218.00 561218.00 603863.007.6
Grant Fund - MCG Personnel Costs2069070.002283525.00 2283525.00 2382462.004.3
Operating Expenses7255396.006172014.00 6172014.00 6691762.008.4
Grant Fund - MCG Expenditures9324466.008455539.00 8455539.00 9074224.007.3
PERSONNEL
Full-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs23.0023.00 23.00 21.00-8.7
REVENUES
Federal Grants7278096.006816697.00 6816697.00 6816697.000.0
Investment Income395471.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Loan Payments793490.001000000.00 1000000.00 2000000.00100.0
Miscellaneous Revenues54140.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Other Charges/Fees480.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Other Intergovernmental180301.00338842.00 338842.00 257527.00-24.0
State Grants37425.00300000.00 300000.00 0.00-100.0
Grant Fund - MCG Revenues8739403.008455539.00 8455539.00 9074224.007.3
 
DEPARTMENT TOTALS
Total Expenditures55208691.0051564739.00 53392987.00 58760909.0014.0
Total Full-Time Positions101.00102.00 102.00 106.003.9
Total Part-Time Positions3.002.00 2.00 1.00-50.0
Total FTEs96.9597.45 97.45 100.703.3
Total Revenues35987497.0037240502.00 38750467.00 40953692.0010.0
FY20 Approved Changes
TitleExpendituresFTEs
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
FY19 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION751941059.25
Changes (with service impacts)
Enhance: Increase Single Family/Accessory Apartment Licensing Fees for Three Code Enforcement Inspectors [Housing Code Enforcement]2335953.00
Enhance: Provide Funds to Expand Tenant Advocacy and Support Services [Landlord-Tenant Mediation]2180000.00
Enhance: Funding for Two Vacant Lapsed Housing Code Inspector Positions [Housing Code Enforcement]1444500.00
Add: Tenant Advocacy Services [Landlord-Tenant Mediation]1026470.00
Add: Enhance the Housing Code Inspections Delivery System and Routing [Housing Code Enforcement]1000000.00
Add: Enhance Tenant-Landlord Outreach and Educational Activities [Administration]743650.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Increase Cost: FY20 Compensation Adjustment2079270.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY19 Personnel Costs965120.00
Increase Cost: Reclassify Vacant Position to Support Creation of the Deputy Director/Chief Operation Officer Position [Administration]797700.15
Increase Cost: Motor Pool Adjustment [Housing Code Enforcement]297090.00
Increase Cost: Provide Funding for Conversion of an Office Clerk Position from Part-time to Full-time [Housing Administration]145000.25
Increase Cost: Retirement Adjustment62510.00
Decrease Cost: Savings from Turnover-145000.00
Decrease Cost: Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY19-323000.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses [Housing Administration]-1026470.00
Decrease Cost: Lapse Position-1252770.00
Decrease Cost: Operating Expenses-1493040.00
FY20 APPROVED840310862.65
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
FY19 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION3558979015.20
Changes (with service impacts)
Enhance: Provide Funding to Support Two Unfunded Full-time Positions for Implementation of MPDU Amendments [Affordable Housing Programs]1355402.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Increase Cost: Affordable Housing Initiative [Multi-Family Housing Programs]33807520.00
Re-align: Rental Assistance Program (Estimated Increase in Recordation Tax Premium Revenue) [Multi-Family Housing Programs]21214200.00
Increase Cost: Reclassify Vacant Position to Support Creation of the Deputy Director/Chief Operation Officer Position [Administration]93190-0.15
Increase Cost: FY20 Compensation Adjustment495450.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY19 Personnel Costs48650.00
Increase Cost: Retirement Adjustment16650.00
Decrease Cost: Operating Expenses to Offset Personnel Cost Increase [Administration]-931900.00
FY20 APPROVED4128357717.05
 
GRANT FUND - MCG
FY19 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION845553923.00
Federal/State Programs
Add: Adjustment to Grant Amounts - Increased Loan Repayments10000000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. - Assessment Center Employment Specialist450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Montgomery Housing Partnership, Inc. - Long Branch Middle School Afterschool Program450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Per Scholas, Inc. - NCR IT Job Training450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: CASA de Maryland, Inc. - Bilingual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program450000.00
Add: Community Development block Grant: The Ethiopian Community Center, Inc. - African Immigrant Workforce Development Program450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Legal Aid Bureau, Inc. - General Operating Support for Montgomery County Maryland Legal Aid450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Interfaith Works, Inc. (IW) - Community Engagement and Volunteer Coordinator for IW's Clothing Center445030.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Latin American Youth Center, Inc. - Workforce Training for Re-entry Youth444520.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Interfaith Works, Inc. - Resource Coordinator for IW Connections405430.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Mobile Medical Care, Inc. - New Family Planning Options for Low-Income Women375000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: A Wider Circle, Inc. - Workforce Development Program341030.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: NAMI Montgomery County (MD), Inc. - Mental Health Programs for Low-Income Latino Residents300000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, Inc. - STEAM Program for Montgomery County Youth266960.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Community Ministries of Rockville, Inc. - REAP: Rockville Emergency Assistance Program238520.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Bethesda Cares - Housing Stabilization and Dynamic Retention180000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: The Shepherd's Table, Inc. - Food Services Program153510.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Horizons Greater Washington, Inc. - Horizons Academic Program150000.00
Eliminate: DOE Weatherization Program-3000000.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Shift: Two Unfunded Positions to be Funded by the MHI for Implementation of MPDU Amendments [Neighborhood Revitalization]0-2.00
Decrease Cost: HOC Housing Quality Standard Inspections [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]-813150.00
Decrease Cost: Adjustment for Individual Grants [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]-6000000.00
FY20 APPROVED907422421.00
Program Summary
Program NameFY19 APPR
Expenditures
FY19 APPR
FTEs
FY20 APPR
Expenditures
FY20 APPR
FTEs
Multi-Family Housing Programs345880146.90400248106.90
Affordable Housing Programs8522358.5092508210.50
Housing Code Enforcement367962735.50434047938.50
Grants Administration - Federal Programs57916055.7063322775.70
Landlord-Tenant Mediation10635418.0014263578.00
Neighborhood Revitalization18750818.6018704676.60
Licensing and Registration4427653.204558263.20
Housing Administration6276183.554967253.95
Administration198937613.35219336213.20
Common Ownership Community Program6548774.156955244.15
Total5156473997.4558760909100.70
Charges to Other Departments
Charged DepartmentCharged FundFY19
Total$
FY19
FTES
FY20
Total$
FY20
FTES
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
Permitting ServicesPermitting Services1239821.001281031.00
Solid Waste ServicesSolid Waste Disposal8115305.508311655.50
CIPCapital Fund1878341.701936681.70
Total11233468.2011529368.20
Future Fiscal Impacts ($000s)
TitleFY20FY21FY22FY23FY24FY25
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES
FY20 Approved8403.0000008403.0000008403.0000008403.0000008403.0000008403.000000
No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
Annualization of Positions Approved in FY200.000000148.000000148.000000148.000000148.000000148.000000
New positions in the FY20 budget are generally assumed to be filled at least two months after the fiscal year begins. Therefore, the above amounts reflect annualization of these positions in the outyears.
Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY200.000000-14.000000-14.000000-14.000000-14.000000-14.000000
Items recommended for one-time funding in FY20, including personal laptops and mobile phones, will be eliminated from the base in the outyears.
Labor Contracts0.00000073.00000073.00000073.00000073.00000073.000000
These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
Subtotal Expenditures8403.0000008610.0000008610.0000008610.0000008610.0000008610.000000
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
EXPENDITURES
FY20 Approved41284.00000041284.00000041284.00000041284.00000041284.00000041284.000000
No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
Annualization of Positions Approved in FY200.00000066.00000066.00000066.00000066.00000066.000000
New positions in the FY20 budget are generally assumed to be filled at least two months after the fiscal year begins. Therefore, the above amounts reflect annualization of these positions in the outyears.
Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY200.000000-24.000000-24.000000-24.000000-24.000000-24.000000
Items recommended for one-time funding in FY20, including (fill in major item names based on your Competition List), will be eliminated from the base in the outyears.
Labor Contracts0.00000012.00000012.00000012.00000012.00000012.000000
These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
Subtotal Expenditures41284.00000041338.00000041338.00000041338.00000041338.00000041338.000000
Annualization of Personnel Costs and FTEs
TitleFY20 Approved FY21 Annualized
TitleExpendituresFTEsExpendituresFTEs
Enhance Tenant-Landlord Outreach and Educational Activities726600.00968800.00
Funding for Two Vacant Lapsed Housing Code Inspector Positions1237300.001649730.00
Reclassify Vacant Position to Support Creation of the Deputy Director/Chief Operation Officer Position 741900.15945010.15
Provide Funding to Support Two Unfunded Full-time Positions for Implementation of MPDU Amendments1321302.001761702.00
Reclassify Vacant Position to Support Creation of the Deputy Director/Chief Operation Officer Position93190-0.15115499-0.15
Increase Single Family/Accessory Apartment Licensing Fees for Three Code Enforcement Inspectors1855953.002474613.00
Total6814955.008954845.00