Linking Opportunities for Commerce and Community
a Most turnover is due to employee retirements. (Mike Pawlissa, Frank Sharp, Richard Stull).
b The number of injuries in 2007 were comparable to 2006 injuries; however the severity of the injuries was much greater in
c Total number of open and active worker's compensation claims pending.
d Based on number and severity of claims.
e Quarterly figures.
Projects in progress are contingent upon the City Manager, and are a good measure of how the City is progressing. Current
Projects include: Animal Control RFP, TIF 6, Special Census, Fleetcor, Live Broadcast, Budget Document, Water Main on
161, TIF 5, Fiber Optics, Hoffman Hart, Heritage Woods Easements, Downtown Parking Lot, Prison Annexation, Ethanol
Projected grant funding in 2007 is for Tourism Attraction Program Grant for Illinois Theatre $154,507), Record Management
software, Housing rehab., I & I study ($25,000), Trunk line Rehab and Sewer Replacement, Department of Justice Bulletproof
Vests, Fire ACT Grant ($21,766), CY Pres Communications Grant ($27,787) BRAC Planning Grant ($22,950), etc.
h Quarterly figures.
The City manager provides the City Council with a weekly "Friday" Report via email giving updates on projects and issues
As per the Annual Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
k Award given by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).
Based on total number of open and active worker's compensation claims pending.
m Based on total salaries and health, life, and dental premiums paid to ins. companies each month.
n Based on total number of open and active worker's compensation claims pending.
o National mean for cities under 100,000. (Comparative Performance Measurement, FY 2004 Data Report. ICMA. Pg. 588-
Reduced paper/printing costs by eliminating paper version of FM reports. Energy savings by placing water and sewer plants
on the correct rate plan. Contractual agreement with Netwitz. Purchasing energy on the open market. Property Tax from