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Projected Program revenue, and Admissions/Rental revenue have been estimated to increase $135,354 for FY 25. Program revenue includes fees for programs, camps, and leagues, as well as for Senior Citizen meals. Concession revenue is budgeted at $73,000 in FY 25. Franchise fees from the kayak concession at Northside Park are estimated at $10,475.


There are five full-time positions budgeted in the Administration division and ten full-time positions budgeted in the Programs division, including five Recreation Supervisors. Two Recreation Supervisor positions were added in FY 19, while the fifth Recreation Supervisor was added in FY 24. These three positions were previously part-time positions. In the Administration Division, funding has been included to convert a part-time Office Associate position to full-time. A step increase and a 3% COLA effective January 1, 2025 have been included for full-time positions. Health insurance increases and includes health insurance for the additional full-time positions. Estimates for retirement and worker’s compensation decrease for FY 25. No contribution will be made to the Town’s OPEB fund.


Contracted Services include payments to sports camp directors, building maintenance, equipment maintenance, equipment rental, and training and travel. Building maintenance includes $55,000 for replacement of the Community Room ceiling. Remodeling of the East lobby men’s and women’s restrooms and remodeling of the East gym men’s locker room was funded in FY 24. No large project has been funded in FY 25, resulting in a decrease in the Contracted Services line item. Other routine building maintenance has also been funded. Total Building Maintenance expenses in the Administration division totals $107,474. Contracted Services in the Programs division includes $333,191 for payments for programs and camps held by the department. Training costs include attendance at the National Recreation and Parks Association conference for the Recreation and Parks Director, the Recreation Superintendent and a Recreation Manager. Year one of Supervisor’s Management school has been funded for a Recreation Supervisor. RecTrac software training for one position in the Administration division has also been funded. Contracted Services also includes the costs for Senior programs including the bowling alley rental for the Senior Bowling League and the Senior Valentine’s party. Credit card fees decreased to $31,472 for this division. Supply & Material costs increase $30,063. Supplies for the Programs division are budgeted at $136,000, which includes supplies for all program offerings. A replacement movie screen, ice machine and supplies for the downtown Recreation complex were also funded. Vehicle expenses are expected to increase. Intragovernmental allocations for vehicle lease, radio equipment lease, insurance and IT Services increase.