Chapter 1.20
FUNDS – SPECIAL1

Sections:

1.20.010    Water cumulative reserve fund – Created.

1.20.020    Water fund – Created.

1.20.030    Same – Source of funds.

1.20.040    Same – Warrants – How drawn.

1.20.050    Same – Clerk, treasurer – Duties.

1.20.060    Same – Procedure when funds not available for payment of warrant.

1.20.070    Same – Call for unpaid warrants – Notice to be published.

1.20.080    Same – Reports of clerk, treasurer.

1.20.090    Accident fund – Created.

1.20.100    Same – Source of funds.

1.20.110    Same – Warrants, how drawn.

1.20.120    Same – Clerk, treasurer – Duties.

1.20.130    Same – Procedure when funds not available for payment of warrants.

1.20.140    Same – Call for unpaid warrants – Publishing notice.

1.20.150    Local improvement guaranty fund – Created.

1.20.160    Same – Source of funds – Limitations – Restrictions.

1.20.170    Same – City’s subrogation rights.

1.20.180    Same – Interest, surplus funds, etc.

1.20.190    Same – Warrants – Taxation for fund.

1.20.200    Same – Purchase of tax certificates or property – How – When.

1.20.210    Same – Assessments – Limitations – Exceptions.

1.20.220    Same – Report of treasurer – Valuation of government property.

1.20.230    Same – Nonliability of city.

1.20.240    Same – Remedies of warrant holders.

1.20.250    Same – Bonds – Certain statutory provisions to be printed upon.

1.20.260    Library cumulative reserve fund – Created.

1.20.270    Parking meter fund – Created.

1.20.280    Cumulative reserve fund #4 – Created.

1.20.290    Cumulative reserve fund #5 – Created.

1.20.300    Cumulative reserve fund #6 – Created.

1.20.310    Cumulative reserve fund #7 – Created.

1.20.320    Cumulative reserve fund #8 – Created.

1.20.330    Airport cumulative reserve fund – Created.

1.20.340    Sewer construction fund – Created.

1.20.350    Publicity fund – Created.

1.20.360    Same – Levy imposed, authorized for funds.

1.20.370    Same – Board created – Qualifications – Term – Bond.

1.20.380    Same – Expenditures – How made.

1.20.390    Sanitation fund – Created.

1.20.395    Capital improvements and/or land acquisition cumulative reserve fund.

1.20.400    Civic center planning fund.

1.20.410    Cumulative reserve fund for storm, sewer separation – Created.

1.20.420    Same – Expenditures.

1.20.430    Same – Accumulation of budgeted funds.

1.20.440    Equipment rental fund – Created.

1.20.445    Same – Transfer of funds.

1.20.450    Same – Accounts.

1.20.455    Same – Budgeting of repair and maintenance.

1.20.460    Same – Departmental payments.

1.20.465    Same – Budgeting of replacements and additions.

1.20.470    Same – Accumulation of funds.

1.20.475    Same – Disposition of moneys under abolishment.

1.20.480    Cumulative reserve fund for capital improvements and/or land acquisition – Created.

1.20.480    Same – Accumulation.

1.20.490    Urban arterial street fund created.

1.20.495    Urban arterial street fund – Expenditures.

1.20.500    Urban arterial street fund – Transfer of funds.

1.20.505    Urban arterial street fund – Source of funds.

1.20.510    Community center fund #14.

1.20.520    Federal shared revenue fund.

1.20.530    Advance travel expense revolving fund – Established.

1.20.540    Advance travel expense fund – Purpose and use.

1.20.550    Advance travel expense fund – Disbursal of funds – Procedure.

1.20.560    Advance travel expense fund – Account of expenditures.

1.20.570    Advance travel expense fund – Replenishment.

1.20.580    Advance travel expense fund – Delinquent accounting or payment.

1.20.590    Advance travel expense fund – Disbursal of funds – Denial.

1.20.600    Water pollution control plant reserve fund created.

1.20.610    Investment of water pollution control plant reserve fund.

1.20.620    Community/convention center construction fund.

1.20.630    Repealed.

1.20.650    Repealed.

1.20.660    Repealed.

1.20.670    Wastewater treatment plant and storm sewer construction fund.

1.20.680    Cumulative reserve fund for revenue stabilization for future operations – Created.

1.20.690    Cumulative reserve fund for revenue stabilization for future operations – Accumulation.

1.20.740    Repealed.

1.20.750    Repealed.

1.20.760    Repealed.

1.20.770    Repealed.

1.20.780    Cumulative reserve fund for the purchase of a police dog or dogs for the police department.

1.20.790    Imprest funds.

1.20.010 Water cumulative reserve fund – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund for the construction, extension and repair of water mains in the city of Wenatchee, and for the purchase of material and equipment for the water department said fund to be known as “water cumulative reserve fund”. (Ord. 1030 § 1, 1943)

1.20.020 Water fund – Created.

A special fund is created to be known as the “water fund”. (Ord. 42 § 1, 1900)

1.20.030 Same – Source of funds.

All moneys received from the sale of waterworks bonds, or from the rental or use of the water or waterworks, or any part thereof, or from the sale of any part of such water or waterworks, shall be deposited in such special fund, and also any money, or moneys, belonging to the general fund, or any other fund of the town, unless otherwise specially provided, except the bond sinking fund and bond interest fund, may by resolution of the commission, be transferred to such special fund. (Ord. 42 § 2, 1900)

1.20.040 Same – Warrants – How drawn.

All warrants drawn to pay for the construction of the said waterworks, for the keeping of the same, or for any part or anything in any wise pertaining to said waterworks, or system, unless otherwise provided, shall be drawn on such special fund, and all of such warrants shall be negotiable and shall be known and styled as “water fund” warrants. (Ord. 42 § 3, 1900)

1.20.050 Same – Clerk, treasurer – Duties.

The clerk and treasurer shall provide themselves, respectively, with such books and blanks as are necessary to keep such special fund separate and apart from any other fund of the city so that either of said officers may be able at any time to state the exact condition of such fund, the source, or sources from whence the money in said fund came, and for what it was paid out, and the clerk shall keep an itemized account of the running expenses of said water system. (Ord. 42 § 4, 1900)

1.20.060 Same – Procedure when funds not available for payment of warrant.

All warrants drawn on said fund, when signed by the mayor, or mayor pro tem, and attested by the clerk with an impression of his seal attached, shall upon presentation to the treasurer be paid by him, provided there is sufficient money in such special fund to pay such warrant. Should there not be sufficient money in such fund to pay such warrant, the treasurer shall register such warrant in a book kept for that purpose, and shall endorse on the back of such warrant, and sign his name thereto, the following words: “Registered, but not paid for want of funds,” and said warrant shall then draw eight percent interest until called for by said treasurer. (Ord. 42 § 5, 1900)

1.20.070 Same – Call for unpaid warrants – Notice to be published.

Whenever there are any registered warrants against such special fund outstanding and uncalled, and there is sufficient money in such fund to pay any of such registered warrant, or warrants, in the order of registry of such warrants, or warrants, said treasurer shall issue a call accordingly, which call shall be published at least one week in the official paper of the city, and at least 10 days before the day named for the payment of such warrants, or warrants, after which day no such warrant, or warrants, so called shall draw interest. (Ord. 42 § 6, 1900)

1.20.080 Same – Reports of clerk, treasurer.

The treasurer and clerk, respectively, shall report to the commission on its first regular meeting night of each month, the exact condition of such fund. (Ord. 42 § 7, 1900)

1.20.090 Accident fund – Created.

A special fund is created to be known as the “accident fund”. (Ord. 469 § 1, 1917)

1.20.100 Same – Source of funds.

All moneys received from special tax levies to meet claims for personal injuries shall be deposited in such special fund. (Ord. 469 § 2, 1917)

1.20.110 Same – Warrants, how drawn.

All warrants drawn to pay judgments against the city on account of claims for personal injuries, shall be drawn on such special fund, and all such warrants shall be negotiable and shall be known and styled as “accident fund” warrants. (Ord. 469 § 3, 1917)

1.20.120 Same – Clerk, treasurer – Duties.

The clerk and treasurer shall provide themselves, respectively, with such books and blanks as are necessary to keep such special fund separate and apart from any other fund of the city so that either of said officers may be able at any time to state the exact condition of such fund. (Ord. 469 § 4, 1917)

1.20.130 Same – Procedure when funds not available for payment of warrants.

All warrants drawn on such fund, when signed by the mayor, or pro tem, and attested by the clerk with an impression of his seal attached, shall upon presentation to the treasurer be paid by him, provided there is sufficient money in such special fund to pay such warrant. Should there not be sufficient money in such fund to pay such warrant, the treasurer shall register such warrant in a book kept for that purpose, and shall endorse on the back of such warrant, and sign his name thereto the following words: “Registered, but not paid for want of funds” and such warrant shall then draw interest at the rate of six percent until called for by said treasurer. (Ord. 469 § 5, 1917)

1.20.140 Same – Call for unpaid warrants – Publishing notice.

Whenever there are any registered warrants against such special fund outstanding, in the order of registry of such warrant, or warrants, said treasurer shall issue a call accordingly, which call shall be published at least one week in the official paper of the city, and at least 10 days before the day named for the payment of such warrant, or warrants, after which day no such warrant, or warrants, so called shall draw interest. (Ord. 469 § 6, 1917)

1.20.150 Local improvement guaranty fund – Created.

There is hereby created and established a fund for the purpose of guaranteeing, to the extent of such fund, the payment of local improvement bonds hereafter issued by the city of Wenatchee. Such fund to be known as “local improvement guaranty fund”. (Ord. 883 § 1, 1931)

1.20.160 Same – Source of funds – Limitations – Restrictions.

After the creation and establishment of such fund, the city of Wenatchee shall levy from time to time, as other taxes are levied, such sums as may be necessary to meet the financial requirements of said fund; provided, that such sums so levied in any year shall not be more than sufficient to pay the outstanding warrants on said fund and to establish therein a balance which combined levy in any one year shall not exceed five percent of the outstanding obligations thereby guaranteed. The tax levies herein authorized and directed shall be additional to and if need be in excess of any and all statutory and charter limitations applicable to the tax levies of said city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 883 § 2, 1931)

1.20.170 Same – City’s subrogation rights.

Whenever there shall be paid out of the guaranty fund any sum on account of principal or interest of a local improvement bond or warrant, the city of Wenatchee, as trustee for the said fund, shall be subrogated to all the rights of the holder of the bond or interest coupon or warrant so paid, and the proceeds thereof or of the assessments underlying the same, shall become part of the guaranty fund. (Ord. 883 § 3, 1931)

1.20.180 Same – Interest, surplus funds, etc.

There shall be paid into said fund the interest received from bank deposits of the fund as well as any surplus remaining in any local improvement fund guaranteed hereunder after the payment of all outstanding bonds or warrants payable primarily out of such local improvement fund. (Ord. 883 § 3, 1931)

1.20.190 Same – Warrants – Taxation for fund.

Warrants drawing interest at the rate of not to exceed six percent shall be issued, as other warrants are issued by said city of Wenatchee, against the said guaranty fund to meet any liability accruing against it; and at the time of making its annual budget and tax levy, the city of Wenatchee shall provide for the levying of a sum sufficient, with other resources of the fends, to pay warrants so issued during the preceding fiscal year; provided, that such warrants shall at no time exceed five per cent of the outstanding bond obligations guaranteed by said fund. (Ord. 883 § 3, 1931)

1.20.200 Same – Purchase of tax certificates or property – How – When.

As among the several issues of bonds or warrants guaranteed by the fund no preference shall exist, but defaulted interest coupons, bonds and warrants shall be purchased out of the fund in order of their presentation. So much of the money of the said local improvement guaranty fund as is necessary may be used to purchase certificates of delinquency for general taxes on property subject to local improvement assessments, underlying bonds or warrants guaranteed by the fund, or to purchase such property at county tax foreclosures or from the county after foreclosure, for the purpose of protecting the guaranty fund. Said fund shall be subrogated to the rights of the city of Wenatchee and the city of Wenatchee may foreclose the lien of general tax certificates of delinquency and purchase the property at the foreclosure sale. After so acquiring title to real property, the city of Wenatchee may lease or sell and convey the same at public or private sale for such price and on such terms as may be determined by the resolution of the city of Wenatchee by its city commission, any provisions of law, charter or ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding; and all proceeds resulting from such sales shall belong to and be paid into the guaranty fund. (Ord. 883 § 3, 1931)

1.20.210 Same – Assessments – Limitations – Exceptions.

The city of Wenatchee shall order no improvement to be paid for, in whole or in part, by local assessment where the estimated cost of such improvement, if such cost is all to be assessed to the property in the district, or that portion of the estimated cost to be assessed, if a portion only of said total cost is to be assessed, when added to all other outstanding and unpaid local improvement assessments against the property included in the district, excluding penalties and interest, shall exceed the actual value of the real property, exclusive of improvements thereon, within the district according to the valuation last placed upon it for the purposes of general taxation; provided, that when a local improvement is petitioned for by the owners of 75 percent of the lineal frontage upon the improvement and 75 percent of the area of the property within the district, and the petition requests that such limitation be exceeded, the city commission of the city of Wenatchee may proceed with the improvement in the usual manner if the property owners so petitioning, or any of them, or any person in their behalf, shall deposit with said city of Wenatchee a sum in cash equal to the amount that the estimated cost of the improvement shall exceed the limitation hereinbefore in this section provided. The sum so deposited shall be applied and credited on the assessment roll for the district by the treasurer upon his receipt of the roll for collection; provided, further, that the city commission of the city of Wenatchee, may by unanimous vote, order the construction of sanitary sewers and necessary accessories for the disposal of sewage, or for the construction of any sanitary fill, or for the filling of any street to the established grade over any tide flats or tide lands, in the manner now provided by law, where in its judgment the same are necessary for public health, and may assess a part or the whole of the cost thereof to the property benefited, without regard to the foregoing limitation; provided, further, that no assessment for diking, draining, sanitary fill or for filling any street to be established grade over any tide water mains flats or tide lands or for storm or sanitary sewers or water mains shall be included in any competitor of outstanding assessments under the provisions of this section. (Ord. 883 § 4, 1931)

1.20.220 Same – Report of treasurer – Valuation of government property.

Before ordering any improvement hereunder the city commission of the city of Wenatchee shall require and receive a report from city treasurer, certifying in detail the local improvement assessments outstanding and unpaid against the property in the proposed district together with the aggregate of the actual value of the real property in the district, exclusive of improvements thereon, according to the valuation last placed upon it for the purpose of general taxation. In the absence of fraud or gross mistake, such certificate shall be final and conclusive. In computing the valuation of property in the district any non-assessable railroad operating property or property owned by the United States or the state or a county, city, town, school district or other public corporation, shall be valued at the same rate as assessed property similarly situated. (Ord. 883 § 4, 1931)

1.20.230 Same – Nonliability of city.

Neither the holder nor the owner of any bond or warrant issued under the provisions of WCC 1.20.150 through 1.20.250 are any claim therefor against the said city of Wenatchee by which the same is issued, except for payment from the special assessments made for improvement for which said bond or warrant was issued, and except as against the local improvement guaranty fund of the city of Wenatchee, and the city of Wenatchee shall not be liable to any holder or owner of such bond or warrant for any loss to said guaranty fund occurring in the lawful operation thereof by the city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 883 § 5, 1931)

1.20.240 Same – Remedies of warrant holders.

The remedy of the holder or owner of a bond or warrant, in case of nonpayment, shall be confined to the enforcement of the assessment and to the local improvement guaranty fund of the city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 883 § 5, 1931)

1.20.250 Same – Bonds – Certain statutory provisions to be printed upon.

A copy of the foregoing WCC 1.20.240, Chapter 209 of 1927 Session Laws of Washington applicable thereto shall be plainly written, printed or engraved on each bond issued and guaranteed hereunder, and the writing, printing or engraving shall be deemed sufficient compliance with the requirements of RCW 35.45.070. (Ord. 883 § 5, 1931)

1.20.260 Library cumulative reserve fund – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund to be known as the “library cumulative reserve fund” for the purpose of constructing a new public library building and the grounds therefor, and for the purpose of purchasing material and equipment for said new Wenatchee Public Library. (Ord. 1032, 1943; Ord. 988 § 1, 1941)

1.20.270 Parking meter fund – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a fund to be known as the parking meter fund for the purpose of receiving and dispersing all moneys deposited in parking meters in the city of Wenatchee and for the purpose of paying for said meters and for any other municipal purpose as determined by the city commission of the city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 1063 § 1, 1945)

1.20.280 Cumulative reserve fund #4 – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund known as cumulative reserve fund #4 pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 38, Laws of 1953, RCW 35.23.070, for the purpose of providing funds for the purchase of automotive equipment for the fire, police and city street departments and including the purchase of one fire truck. (Ord. 1355 § 1, 1953)

1.20.290 Cumulative reserve fund #5 – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund known as cumulative reserve fund #5 pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 38, Laws of 1953, RCW 35.21.070, for the purpose of receiving the sale proceeds of the city shop properties and expending the same for purchase of any real properties, improved or otherwise, for municipal purposes, or for construction of any buildings for municipal purposes. (Ord. 1439 § 1, 1955)

1.20.300 Cumulative reserve fund #6 – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund known as cumulative reserve fund #6 pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 38, Laws of 1953, RCW 35.21.070, for the purpose of providing funds for maintaining and/or replacing water department pumping plant buildings, facilities or equipment, and for acquiring or constructing additional water department buildings, facilities or equipment. (Ord. 1440 § 1, 1955)

1.20.310 Cumulative reserve fund #7 – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund known as cumulative reserve fund #7 pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 38, Laws of 1953, RCW 35.21.070, for the following purposes:

(1) For receiving funds through donations and bequests to the park department and for expending the same for park department purposes as directed by the donors thereof.

(2) For receiving funds derived from the sale of park department property and for expending the same as directed by the city commission. (Ord. 1484 § 1, 1956)

1.20.320 Cumulative reserve fund #8 – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund known as cumulative reserve fund #8 pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 38, Laws of 1953, RCW 35.21.070, for the purpose of receiving funds through donations and bequests to the museum department and for expending the same for museum department purposes as directed by the donors thereof. (Ord. 1444 § 1, 1955)

1.20.330 Airport cumulative reserve fund – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a cumulative reserve fund for the construction of an administration building and such other buildings as may be used in connection with the Wenatchee City Airport, known as Pangborn Field, and for the purchase of material and equipment for the improvement of said Pangborn Field, said fund to be known as “airport cumulative reserve fund”. (Ord. 1028 § 1, 1943)

1.20.340 Sewer construction fund – Created.

There is hereby created in the office of the city treasurer a special fund of the city known as the “sewer construction fund”, in which fund any moneys connected with the designing, maintenance, construction, improvement, alteration and expansion or related activities pertaining to the sanitary sewage disposal system of the city may be deposited and expended. (Ord. 1374 § 1, 1954)

1.20.350 Publicity fund – Created.

There is hereby created, pursuant to the provisions of RCW 35.23.470, 35.23.480, and 35.23.490, a publicity fund which shall be expended exclusively for the exploiting and advertising of the general advantages and opportunities of the city of Wenatchee and its vicinity. (Ord. 1354 § 1, 1953)

1.20.360 Same – Levy imposed, authorized for funds.

A levy may be made annually in an amount not exceeding two and one-half mills on each dollar of the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the city of Wenatchee as an annual special tax, and all moneys derived from said special tax levy shall be paid into the publicity fund and paid out only upon warrants drawn against it and signed by at least two members of the publicity board. The initial levy shall be one-thirtieth of a mill and thereafter the amount of each levy shall be determined annually by resolution of the city commission. (Ord. 1354 § 2, 1953)

1.20.370 Same – Board created – Qualifications – Term – Bond.

The publicity fund shall be administered by a publicity board consisting of three members nominated by a recognized commercial organization in the city and appointed by the commission of the city of Wenatchee. The commercial organization must be incorporated, must be representative and public, devoted exclusively to the work usually devolving upon such organizations and have not less than 200 bona fide dues-paying members. If more than one organization in the city meets the qualifications, the oldest one shall be designated to make the nominations. Members of the publicity board must be resident property owners and voters in the city and after their appointment and confirmation, shall qualify by taking an oath of office and filing a bond with the city in the amount of $1,000 conditioned upon their faithful performance of their duties. They shall be appointed in December and their terms shall be for one year commencing on the second Monday in January after their appointment and until their successors are appointed and qualified. Members of the publicity board shall serve without compensation. (Ord. 1354 § 3, 1953)

1.20.380 Same – Expenditures – How made.

All expenditures shall be made under the direction of the publicity board. No part of the publicity fund shall be paid to any newspaper, magazine or periodical published within the city or county in which the city is situated, for advertising or write-ups or for any other service or purpose, and no part of the fund shall be expended for the purpose of making exhibits at any fair, exhibition or the like. (Ord. 1354 § 4, 1953)

1.20.390 Sanitation fund – Created.

There is hereby authorized and established a sanitation fund for the purchase of real and personal property and the maintenance and operation of an incinerator or incinerators, sanitary fill, and garbage collection service, and such other property as may be used in connection therewith or incidental thereto. (Ord. 1052 § 1, 1944)

1.20.395 Capital improvements and/or land acquisition cumulative reserve fund.

The income from the sale of any or all of said real estate shall be accumulated in cumulative reserve fund #11 which shall be designated “cumulative reserve fund for capital improvements and/or land acquisition.”

Expenditures from said fund may be expended for any capital improvements or for the acquisition of real property as may be deemed necessary for the public benefit for the people of the city of Wen-atchee; provided, however, that said funds may be expended for a purpose or purposes other than specified above upon an approving vote by a majority of electors of the city of Wenatchee at either a general or special election. (Ord. 1709 § 1, 1962)

1.20.400 Civic center planning fund.

There is hereby created a fund entitled “civic center planning fund.” All moneys received from the U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency relative to Contract No. H-602-1786, Project No. P-Wash.-3203, shall be placed in said fund and expenditures made therefrom pursuant to said contract with the U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency. (Ord. 1806 §§ 1, 2, 1964)

1.20.410 Cumulative reserve fund for storm, sewer separation – Created.

There is hereby created cumulative reserve fund #12 which shall be designated “cumulative reserve fund for storm, sewer separation”. (Ord. 1851 § 1, 1965)

1.20.420 Same – Expenditures.

Expenditures from the fund provided in WCC 1.20.400 may be made for the study or construction of a storm-sewer separation works or for any capital improvements or for the acquisition of any real or personal property as may be deemed necessary for the public benefit of the people of the city of Wenatchee; provided, that any money in the fund may be expended for any other purpose or purposes upon an approving vote by the majority of the electors of the city of Wenatchee, pursuant to law. (Ord. 1851 § 2, 1965)

1.20.430 Same – Accumulation of budgeted funds.

Funds as may be annually budgeted into the cumulative reserve fund shall accumulate from year to year until the legislative authority of the city of Wenatchee shall determine to expend the moneys in the fund for the purpose or purposes specified in WCC 1.20.420. (Ord. 1851 § 3, 1965)

1.20.440 Equipment rental fund – Created.

There is hereby created and established in the city of Wenatchee a special fund to be known and designated as “equipment rental fund” to be used as a revolving fund, to be expended for the maintenance and repair, replacement, purchase and operation of motor vehicle and other equipment and for the purchase of all equipment, materials and supplies used and to be used in the administration and operation of the funds. (Ord. 1857 § 2, 1965)

1.20.445 Same – Transfer of funds.

All cash and investments presently in cumulative reserve fund #9 are hereby transferred to the equipment rental fund. (Ord. 1857 § 3, 1965)

1.20.450 Same – Accounts.

There shall be kept by the city accountant of the city of Wenatchee such books, accounts and records as are necessary to control and report the financial operation of the equipment rental fund and she shall further subdivide the fund into two accounts as follows:

(1) Purchase of equipment account into which shall be placed those portions of the charges presently budgeted and which may hereafter be budgeted for the purpose of replacement and additions to the equipment pool of the city of Wenatchee.

(2) Operating account into which shall be placed those portions of the charges presently budgeted for each department or those charges which may hereafter be budgeted for each department sufficient to maintain and operate all equipment used in the administration and operation of the equipment rental fund. (Ord. 1857 § 4, 1965)

1.20.455 Same – Budgeting of repair and maintenance.

The city commission annually at the time of adopting the final budget shall budget for each department such sum as the commission determines is necessary to be expended from the operating account of the equipment rental fund as may be necessary for the maintenance and repair of equipment used in the administration and operation of the fund. (Ord. 1857 § 4, 1965)

1.20.460 Same – Departmental payments.

Each department shall make payments into the equipment rental fund in accordance with the city budget. (Ord. 1857 § 5, 1965)

1.20.465 Same – Budgeting of replacements and additions.

The city commission annually at the time of adopting the final budget shall budget for each department such sum as they determine is necessary into the purchase of equipment account of the equipment rental fund for the purpose of replacement and additions to the equipment pool of the city. (Ord. 1857 § 7, 1965)

1.20.470 Same – Accumulation of funds.

All moneys deposited in the equipment rental fund, purchase of equipment account, not expended shall accumulate from year to year and shall not be transferred to any other fund or expended for any other purpose. (Ord. 1857 § 8, 1965)

1.20.475 Same – Disposition of moneys under abolishment.

If at any time the city commission shall abolish the equipment rental fund, then all moneys on deposit herein shall revert to and be deposited into the several funds and divisions participating in the equipment rental fund. (Ord. 1857 § 9, 1965)

1.20.480 Cumulative reserve fund for capital improvements and/or land acquisition – Created.

There is established cumulative reserve fund #13, which fund shall be designated “cumulative reserve fund for capital improvements and/or land acquisition”. (Ord. 1871 § 1, 1965)

1.20.480 Same – Accumulation.

Moneys as may be placed in such fund shall be allowed to accumulate from year to year until expended for capital improvements, the acquisition of real property or the remodeling of public buildings as may be deemed necessary for the public benefit and welfare of the people of the city. (Ord. 1871 § 2, 1965)

1.20.490 Urban arterial street fund created.

There is established a fund to be designated “urban arterial street fund”. (Ord. 2076 § 1, 1972)

1.20.495 Urban arterial street fund – Expenditures.

Moneys as may be placed in such fund shall be expended for the funding of those protects approved by the Urban Arterial Board of the state of Washington. (Ord. 2076 § 2, 1972)

1.20.500 Urban arterial street fund – Transfer of funds.

The sum of $96,575 shall be transferred and the fiscal officers of the city are directed to transfer from cumulative reserve fund #13 this sum to the newly created urban arterial street fund. (Ord. 2076 § 3, 1972)

1.20.505 Urban arterial street fund – Source of funds.

Revenue as received from the Urban Arterial Board of the state of Washington shall be placed in the urban arterial street fund, and any such receipt is appropriated for expenditure by the city, such funds not having been anticipated at the time of the preparation and adoption of the budget for the year 1972. (Ord. 2076 § 4, 1972)

1.20.510 Community center fund #14.

There is established a fund to be designated community center fund #14. Moneys that shall be placed in this fund shall be expended solely for site acquisition, engineering and architect fees, and construction costs of a community center to be located within the city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 2168 § 1, 1974; Ord. 2079 §§ 1, 2, 1972)

1.20.520 Federal shared revenue fund.

There is created a separate fund designated federal shared revenue fund into which all funds as might be received by the city of Wenatchee pursuant to Title I of the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972 and in accordance with federal regulations published under 31 Code of Federal Regulations, Subtitle B, Part 51, “Fiscal Assistance to State and Local Governments,” shall be deposited. (Ord. 2129 § 1, 1973; Ord. 2092 § 1, 1972)

1.20.530 Advance travel expense revolving fund – Established.

An advance travel expense revolving fund is created in an amount deemed necessary by the finance director. This fund is to be in the custody of and administered in the finance department under the direction of the finance director. (Ord. 2013-23 § 2; Ord. 2616 § 1, 1986; Ord. 2361 § 1, 1979; Ord. 2206 § 1, 1976)

1.20.540 Advance travel expense fund – Purpose and use.

The fund is established to provide employees and officers of the city of Wenatchee with expense money for trips on city related business, and such expenses shall be limited to those necessary for the cost of meetings, motel, meals and transportation expenses, including parking fees, when such trip has received approval from the city mayor. (Ord. 2013-23 § 2; Ord. 2616 § 2, 1986; Ord. 2206 § 2, 1976)

1.20.550 Advance travel expense fund – Disbursal of funds – Procedure.

Employees or officers shall receive an advance of moneys for authorized travel expenses upon completion of a form as prescribed by the Washington State Auditor’s Office and the finance director. (Ord. 2013-23 § 2; Ord. 2206 § 3, 1976)

1.20.560 Advance travel expense fund – Account of expenditures.

Within 15 days of the completion of the trip, the employee or officer receiving such advance shall present a detailed, signed account of expenditures. To the extent of the expenditures approved by the finance director, if such expenditures exceed the money previously advanced, the difference shall be paid to the employee or officer by warrant drawn by the city treasurer. If the amount expended is less than the amount previously advanced, the excess shall be delivered to the custodian with the detailed, signed account. (Ord. 2013-23 § 2; Ord. 2206 § 4, 1976)

1.20.570 Advance travel expense fund – Replenishment.

The fund shall be periodically replenished by the city treasurer so as to maintain the amount deemed necessary by the finance director. (Ord. 2013-23 § 2; Ord. 2206 § 5, 1976)

1.20.580 Advance travel expense fund – Delinquent accounting or payment.

If any employee or officer whose expenses are less than the previous advance does not make repayment and accounting to the custodian within the 15 days specified in WCC 1.20.560, the amount shall, at the expiration of the 15-day period, be immediately due, and the city shall have a prior lien against and a right to withhold any and all funds payable or to become payable to such officer or employee to whom such advance has been given. No advance of any kind may be made to any officer or employee at any time when he is delinquent in accounting for or repaying a prior advance. No such advance shall be considered for any purpose as a personal loan to such officer or employee, and any unauthorized expenditure of such funds shall be considered a misappropriation of public funds. (Ord. 2013-23 § 2; Ord. 2206 § 6, 1976)

1.20.590 Advance travel expense fund – Disbursal of funds – Denial.

The finance director shall have the option of terminating the advance expense privilege of any officer or employee who in his opinion has made unreasonable or excessive expenditures, or has failed to properly or timely account therefor in accordance with WCC 1.20.560. (Ord. 2206 § 7, 1976)

1.20.600 Water pollution control plant reserve fund created.

There is created a fund called “water pollution control plant reserve fund” into which 40 percent, plus all interest earned thereon from funds repaid by industrial users shall be placed. Such funds shall be invested pending use of reconstruction and expansion. (Ord. 2232 § 1, 1976)

1.20.610 Investment of water pollution control plant reserve fund.

The investment of such funds shall be as follows:

(1) Obligations of the U.S. government; or

(2) Obligations guaranteed as to principal and interest by the U.S. government or any agency thereof; or

(3) The city shall deposit such amounts in accounts fully collateralized by obligations of the U.S. government or by obligations fully guaranteed as to principal and interest by the U.S. government or any agency thereof. Use of these funds shall be approved by the Regional Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency prior to their commitment. (Ord. 2232 § 2, 1976)

1.20.620 Community/convention center construction fund.

There is established a fund to be designated community/convention center construction fund. Moneys appropriated to such fund shall be expended for site acquisition, engineering and architect fees, and construction costs of a community/convention center to be located within the corporate limits of the city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 2333 § 1, 1978)

1.20.630 Museum procurement revolving fund – Transfer of funds – Administration.

Repealed by Ord. 99-12. (Ord. 2735, 1988; Ord. 2336 § 1, 1978)

1.20.650 Museum procurement revolving fund – Reimbursement.

Repealed by Ord. 99-12. (Ord. 2735, 1988; Ord. 2336 § 3, 1978)

1.20.660 Museum procurement revolving fund – Payments.

Repealed by Ord. 99-12. (Ord. 2735, 1988; Ord. 2336 § 4, 1973)

1.20.670 Wastewater treatment plant and storm sewer construction fund.

There is established a fund to be designated “wastewater treatment plant and storm sewer construction fund.” Moneys for the expenditure in the amount of $750,000 shall come from unanticipated revenue. (Ord. 2517 § 1, 1983)

1.20.680 Cumulative reserve fund for revenue stabilization for future operations – Created.

There is established a cumulative reserve fund #15 which fund shall be designated “cumulative reserve fund for revenue stabilization for future operations”. (Ord. 2534 § 1, 1984)

1.20.690 Cumulative reserve fund for revenue stabilization for future operations – Accumulation.

Moneys as may be placed in such fund shall be allowed to accumulate from year to year until expended as may be deemed necessary for the public benefit and welfare of the people of the city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 2534 § 2, 1984)

1.20.740 Cumulative reserve account for drug enforcement activities – Created.

Repealed by Ord. 99-12. (Ord. 2709 § 2, 1988; Ord. 2567 § 1, 1985)

1.20.750 Cumulative reserve account for drug enforcement activities – Created – Transfer of funds.

Repealed by Ord. 99-12. (Ord. 2709 § 2, 1988; Ord. 2567 § 2, 1985)

1.20.760 Cumulative reserve account for drug enforcement activities – Deposits and investments.

Repealed by Ord. 99-12. (Ord. 2709 § 2, 1988; Ord. 2567 § 3, 1985)

1.20.770 Cumulative reserve account for drug enforcement activities – Expenditures.

Repealed by Ord. 99-12. (Ord. 2709 § 2, 1988; Ord. 2567 § 4, 1985)

1.20.780 Cumulative reserve fund for the purchase of a police dog or dogs for the police department.

There is created a cumulative reserve fund pursuant to the provisions of RCW 35.21.070; such cumulative reserve fund is designated “cumulative reserve fund for the purchase of a police dog or dogs for the police department of the city of Wenatchee.” Such accumulated funds shall be expended only for the purpose stated in this section. (Ord. 2750 § 1, 1983)

1.20.790 Imprest funds.

(1) The city of Wenatchee authorizes the following imprest funds for the following departments of the city of Wenatchee in the designated amounts to be used for the purpose of small disbursements and making change:

Department

Custodian

Amount

Police

Dispatch/Records Supervisor

$500.00

Public Works

Permit Specialist

$350.00

Parks and Recreation

Customer Service Rep.

$100.00

Finance

Finance Director

$2,200.00

Police

Detectives

$5,000.00

Advance Travel

Finance Director

$10,000.00

City Services

Asst to ER&R

$200.00

Mayor/Council

City Clerk

$200.00

(2) The funds provided above shall be maintained and operated in accordance with guidelines provided by the State Auditor’s Office and the city of Wenatchee director of finance, to include at a minimum that all moneys and/or receipts be controlled by the custodian as designated herein, and accounted for as directed by the director of finance. (Ord. 2015-16 § 1; Ord. 2012-16 § 1; Ord. 2010-26 § 1; Ord. 2006-13 §§ 2, 3)


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Listed in this chapter are those funds which were created by special ordinance. For other funds see particular topic.