§ 236.05  FUNDS.
   (a)   City Garage Revenue Fund.  The Director of Finance shall have the authority to make the necessary entries from the various departmental funds to the City Garage Revenue Fund.  The funds so transferred shall be kept by the Director of Finance in a separate and distinct fund known as the City Garage Revenue Fund.
(Ord. 96-100. Passed 12/12/96)
   (b)   Drug Law Enforcement Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby created a Drug Law Enforcement Fund, pursuant to ORC 2933.43(D)(1)(c)(ii), into which shall be deposited drug offense fines and bond forfeitures.
      (2)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be disbursed and used only to subsidize the City's drug law enforcement efforts.
(Ord. 86-98. Passed 11-13-1986; Ord. 06-69. Passed 07/13/06)
   (c)   Indigent Driver's Alcohol Treatment Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established an Indigent Driver's Alcohol Treatment Fund, pursuant to ORC 4511.191(H)(1), into which shall be deposited a part of the fine imposed under ORC 4510, 4511.19, 4511.191 and 4511.193.
      (2)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be disbursed and used for any of the following purposes, and for no other purposes:
         A.   To pay the cost, upon order of the Municipal Court Judge, of attendance at an alcohol or drug addiction treatment program by a person who is convicted of a violation of ORC 4511.19 (OVI), who is determined by the Court to be unable to pay the cost of attendance at the treatment program; and
         B.   If the Municipal Court Judge, in consultation with the Drug and Alcohol Drug Addiction Services Board or the Board of Alcohol, Drug Addition, and Mental Health Services, finds that the funds in the municipal Indigent Drivers Alcohol Treatment Fund are more than sufficient to satisfy the purpose for which the fund was established, the court may declare a surplus in the fund.  If the court declares a surplus in the fund, the court may expend the amount of the surplus in the fund for:
            i.   Alcohol and drug abuse assessment and treatment of persons who are charged in the court with committing a criminal offense and in relation to whom both of the following apply:
               1.   The court determines that substance abuse was a contributing factor leading to the criminal activity with which the person is charged; and
               2.   The court determines that the person is unable to pay the cost of the alcohol and drug abuse assessment and treatment for which the surplus money will be used.
            ii.   All or part of the cost of purchasing electronic continuous alcohol monitoring devices to be used in conjunction with ORC 4511.191.
(Ord. 06-69. Passed 07/13/06)
         C.   To pay an amount, not to exceed five percent of the amounts credited and deposited into the Indigent Driver's Alcohol Treatment Fund, to the Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMH), which serves the district in which the Municipal Court is located, to cover the costs the Board incurs in administering the Indigent Driver's Alcohol Treatment Program.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into or credited to the Fund shall not be used to meet the operating costs of the City that are unrelated to the Indigent Driver's Alcohol Treatment Program.
(Ord. 90-40. Passed 08/23/90)
   (d)   Issue 2 Capital Projects Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established the Issue 2 Capital Projects Fund, into which shall be deposited all Issue 2 moneys received pursuant to ORC 5705.09 and 5705.10.
      (2)   The purpose of the Fund is to account for revenues and expenditures relating to Issue 2 moneys.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be disbursed and used for infrastructure projects funded and approved by the Ohio Public Works Commission.
(Ord. 89-61, passed 9-7-1989)
   (e)   Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established a Law Enforcement Trust Fund pursuant to ORC 2933.43, into which shall be deposited the proceeds from the sale of property, contraband and/or money seized by any police agency as permitted by law.
      (2)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be disbursed and used for the following purposes, and for no other purposes:
         A.   To pay the costs of protracted or complex investigations and/or prosecutions;
         B.   To provide reasonable technical training or expertise;
         C.   To provide matching funds to obtain federal grants to aid law enforcement;
         D.   In the support of D.A.R.E. programs or other programs designed to educate adults and/or children with respect to the dangers associated with the use of drugs of abuse;
         E.   To pay the costs of emergency action taken under ORC 3745.13 relative to the operation of an illegal methamphetamine laboratory if the forfeited property or money involved was that of a person responsible for the operation of the laboratory; and
         F.   For such other law enforcement purposes and activities that the City Council and the Police Division determine to be appropriate.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into or credited to this Fund shall not be used to meet the operating costs of the City that are unrelated to the Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
(Ord. 93-3. Passed 01/28/93; Ord. 06-69. Passed 07/13/06)
   (f)   Law Enforcement and Education Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established a Law Enforcement and Education Fund, pursuant to ORC 4511.19, into which shall be deposited a part of the fine imposed under ORC 4511.19.
      (2)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be disbursed and used for any of the following purposes, and for no other purposes.
         A.   To pay the costs of enforcing ORC 4511.19;
         B.   To educate the public with respect to laws governing the operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs;
         C.   To educate the public on the dangers of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs; and
         D.   To provide other information relating to the operation of a motor vehicle and the consumption of alcohol or drugs.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into or credited to the Fund shall not be used to meet the operating costs of the City that are unrelated to the enforcement of ORC 4511.19 and the education of the public regarding driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
(Ord. 90-41. Passed 08/23/90; Ord. 06-69. Passed 07/13/06)
   (g)   Miscellaneous Permanent Improvement Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established a Miscellaneous Permanent Improvement Fund, as a special fund authorized by ORC 5705.12, into which shall be deposited rental payments to the City under leases of parcels of land owned by the City and located within the Urban Renewal Area, known as Xenia Redevelopment Project No. 1. Reimbursement for taxes paid, service payments in lieu of taxes received by the City pursuant to ORC 5709.42 and other similar service charges or reimbursements of costs received by the City shall not be deposited into the Miscellaneous Permanent Improvement Fund, even though designated as or included with rental payments, but shall be deposited into such other funds as are appropriate.
      (2)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be disbursed and used for any of the following purposes, and for no other purposes:
         A.   Acquiring, purchasing and/or constructing permanent improvements, including land acquisition costs, for any public purpose, except permanent improvements which are located on or directly serve only parcels of land that contain improvements, as defined in ORC 5709.41 that are or are to be exempt from real property taxation under ORC 5709.41 and for which annual service payments in lieu of taxes are or are to be paid under ORC 5709.42; or
         B.   Paying the cost of maintaining and operating, including the payment of taxes, property purchased for any public purpose pending the use of such property for the purpose for which it was acquired, except property included within parcels of land that contain improvements, as defined in ORC 5709.41, that are or are to be exempt from real property taxation under ORC 5709.41 and for which annual service payments in lieu of taxes are or are to be paid under ORC 5709.42.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into or credited to the Fund shall not be pledged or used to pay the principal of and interest on notes, certificates of indebtedness or bonds issued by the City, nor to pay other costs relating to incurring or retiring debt of the City.
(Ord. 79-28. Passed 05/17/79)
   (h)   Municipal Court Improvements Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established the Municipal Court Improvements Fund, into which shall be deposited moneys collected by the Municipal Court and paid to the City from a special fee, as prescribed under law by the Municipal Court Judge and assessed by the Court to provide for the capital needs, including the maintenance of capital improvements, of the Court.
      (2)   The purpose of the Fund is to account for revenues and expenditures relating to the special fees assessed and collected by the Court for capital needs.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be used to provide for the capital needs of the Court, including the maintenance of capital improvements and training of personnel to operate the same.  For the purpose of this section, capital needs include building improvements and equipment of the Court and also include building improvements and equipment used and shared by the Court with other City divisions and departments.
      (4)   The proceeds from investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Fund shall be credited, upon receipt, to the Fund.
(Ord. 91-9. Passed 03/14/91)
   (i)   Municipal Court Victim Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established the Municipal Court Victim Fund, into which shall be deposited moneys collected by the Municipal Court and paid to the City from a special fee, as prescribed under law by the Municipal Court Judge and assessed by the Court to provide for funding for the Victim Advocate Program administered by the Law Director's office.
      (2)   The purpose of the Fund is to account for revenues and expenditures relating to the special fee assessed and collected by the Court to provide funding for the Victim Advocate Program for the Municipal Court.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be used to provide services to victims of crime, in whatever fashion deemed appropriate by the Law Director.
      (4)   The proceeds from investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Fund shall be credited, upon receipt, to the Fund.
(Ord. 96-6. Passed 01/25/96)
   (j)   Municipal Motor Vehicle License Tax Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established the Municipal Motor Vehicle License Tax Fund, into which shall be deposited all proceeds from the motor vehicle license tax levied pursuant to ORC 4504.172.
      (2)   The proceeds from the investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Fund shall be credited, upon receipt, to the Fund.
(Ord. 88-91. Passed 10/13/88)
   (k)   Sanitation Services Fund.  There is hereby established a Sanitation Services Fund, into which the Director of Finance shall place all moneys collected from garbage and refuse collection services and street cleaning, flushing and leaf and brush removal and such other moneys provided to be deposited therein by resolutions or ordinances of the City Council, or as deemed proper by the Director.
(Ord. 89-86. Passed 12/28/89)
   (l)   Urban Redevelopment Tax Increment Equivalent Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established an Urban Redevelopment Tax Increment Equivalent Fund, as authorized by ORC 5705.13 and 5709.43, into which shall be deposited annual service payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the City by the County Treasurer as provided in ORC 5709.42.
      (2)   Moneys deposited into the Fund shall be disbursed and used for any of the following purposes, and for no other purposes:
         A.   Acquiring, purchasing and/or constructing permanent improvements, including land acquisition costs, for any public purpose, except that moneys deposited into the Fund shall not be:
            i.   Pledged or used to pay the principal and interest on notes, certificates of indebtedness or bonds issued by the City, nor to pay other costs relating to incurring or retiring debt of the City; or
            ii.   Used for acquiring, purchasing and/or constructing permanent improvements, including land acquisition costs, for any permanent improvement which is located on or which directly serves only parcels of land that contain improvements, as defined in ORC 5709.41 that are or are to be exempt from real property taxation under ORC 5709.41 and for which annual service payments in lieu of taxes are or are to be received under ORC 5709.42.
         B.   Paying current operating expenses of the City incurred or to be incurred relative to urban renewal, redevelopment or development of the City, whether or not such renewal, redevelopment or development is pursuant to an urban renewal, redevelopment or development plan, except that moneys deposited into the Fund shall not be:
            i.   Pledged or used to pay the principal and interest on notes, certificates of indebtedness or bonds issued by the City, nor to pay other costs relating to incurring or retiring debt of the City; or
            ii.   Used to pay current operating expenses which benefit only parcels of land that contain improvements, as defined in ORC 5709.41, that are or are to be exempt from real property taxation under ORC 5709.41 and for which annual service payments in lieu of taxes are or are to be received under ORC 5709.42.
         C.   Paying current operating expenses of the City for the purposes of building, housing or other code enforcement or development programs of the City, provided that such purposes are not otherwise excepted or prohibited by this section.
         D.   Paying current operating expenses of the City for such other purposes as may be determined by the City Council to be appropriate, such determination to be made by ordinances or resolution, provided that such other purposes are not otherwise excepted or prohibited by this section.
      (3)   Any incidental surplus or balance remaining in the Fund upon the dissolution of the Fund shall be transferred to the General Fund of the City.
   (m)   Stormwater Revenue Fund.
      (1)   The Stormwater Revenue Fund is hereby established into which all proceeds from the stormwater management service charges, levied pursuant to Section 1049.24(a), are to be deposited as well as other moneys directed by ordinance or resolution of City Council or as deemed proper by the Director of Finance.
      (2)   The purpose of the Fund is to account for revenues and expenses related to stormwater management operational needs.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the Stormwater Revenue Fund shall be used to provide services for stormwater management.
      (4)   The proceeds from the investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Stormwater Revenue Fund shall be credited upon receipt to the Stormwater Replacement and Improvement Fund.
   (n)   Stormwater Replacement and Improvement Fund.
      (1)   The Stormwater Replacement and Improvement Fund is hereby established into which all proceeds from penalties assessed due to the late payment of stormwater management service charges, direct charges and direct assessment charges assessed or charged for the purpose of design and construction of stormwater facilities are deposited, levied pursuant to Sections 1040.04(a), 1040.04(b), 1040.04(c), 1049.24(b) and 1049.24(c), as well as other moneys directed by ordinance or resolution of City Council, or as deemed proper by the Director of Finance.
      (2)   The purpose of the Fund is to account for revenues and expenses related to stormwater management capital needs.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the Stormwater Replacement and Improvement Fund shall be used to provide funding for capital needs for stormwater management.
      (4)   The proceeds from the investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Stormwater Replacement and Improvement Fund shall be credited upon receipt to the Stormwater Replacement and Improvement Fund.
   (o)   Police and Fire Fund.
      (1)   The Police and Fire Fund is hereby established into which income taxes dedicated specifically to police and fire levied pursuant to Section 880.14(b) and property taxes pursuant to ORC 742.33 and 742.34 are to be deposited. Emergency Medical Service fees and Motor Vehicle Accident fees pursuant to Sections 242.05, 242.06, and 242.07 should also be deposited into this fund as well as other moneys directed by ordinance or resolution of City Council or as deemed proper by the Director of Finance.
      (2)   The purpose of the fund is to account for revenues and expenditures related to Police, Fire, and the Communication Center.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the Police and Fire Fund will be used for operations, capital purchases, and debt service related to Police, Fire, and Communications.
      (4)   The proceeds from the investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Police and Fire Fund shall be credited upon receipt into that fund.
   (p)   911 Fund.
      (1)   The 911 Fund is hereby established into which all proceeds from 911 surcharges pursuant to ORC 4931.65 will be deposited as well as other moneys directed by ordinance or resolution of City Council, or as deemed proper by the Director of Finance.
      (2)   The purpose of the fund is to account for revenues and expenditures related to enhanced wireless 911 service.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the 911 Fund shall be used to provide funding for purposes stipulated in ORC 4931.65.
      (4)   The proceeds from the investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the 911 Fund shall be credited upon receipt into that fund.
   (q)   Probation Services Fund.
      (1)   There is hereby established a Probation Services Fund pursuant to ORC 737.41 into which shall be deposited fees collected pursuant to ORC 2951.021, grant revenue related to probation services, as well as other moneys directed by ordinance or resolution of City Council, or as deemed proper by the Director of Finance.
      (2)   The purpose of the fund is to account for revenues and expenditures related to probation services.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the Probation Services Fund will be used for specialized staff, purchase of equipment, purchase of services, reconciliation services for offenders and victims, other treatment programs, and other similar expenses related to placing offenders under a community control sanction.
      (4)   The proceeds from the investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Probation Services Fund shall be credited upon receipt into that fund.
   (r)   Information Technology Fund.
      (1)   The Information Technology Fund is hereby established for the purpose of centralizing I.T. related purchases.
      (2)   The Finance Director may transfer moneys to cover expenditures in the Information Technology Fund and may charge appropriate funds for services provided by the Information Technology Fund.
      (3)   The Information Technology Steering Committee shall approve budgeted expenditures in the fund.
   (s)   Police and Fire Capital Improvement Fund.
      (1)   The Police and Fire Capital Improvement Fund is hereby established and shall receive grant moneys related to public safety capital expenditures, as well as other moneys directed by ordinance or resolution of City Council, or as deemed proper by the Director of Finance.
      (2)   The purpose of the fund is to account for revenues and expenses related to public safety capital improvements.
      (3)   Moneys deposited into the fund shall be used for public safety capital improvement expenditures.
      (4)   The proceeds from the investments made from the inactive interim deposits of the Police and Fire Operating Fund shall be credited upon receipt into the Police and Fire Capital Improvement Fund.
   (t)   Self-Insurance Fund.
      (1)   The Self-Insurance Fund is hereby established for the purpose of accounting for health insurance transactions including the payment of claims, premiums, and administration fees.
      (2)   The Self-Insurance Fund may charge appropriate funds for health insurance expenditures related to that fund's operations.
      (3)   The Self-Insurance Fund will receive premiums paid by the employee via payroll deduction when the employee is a participant in the City's self-insured plan.
   (u)   Bond Retirement Fund (2015).
      (1)   The Bond Retirement Fund (2015) is hereby established for the purpose of receiving bond proceeds, paying bond issuance costs, and paying for debt service related to the issue.
      (2)   The Bond Retirement Fund (2015) may receive transfers from various funds which are responsible for repayment of debt service related to this bond issue.
   (v)   Bond Construction Fund (2015).  The Bond Construction Fund (2015) is hereby established for the purpose of receiving bond proceeds and making payments associated with the construction of a new administrative services building and the renovation of the current City Hall facility.
(Ord. 79-16. Passed 03/08/979; Ord. 06-85. Passed 12/28/06; Ord. 09-78. Passed 11/24/09; Ord. 11-68. Passed 11/22/11; Ord. 14-41. Passed 10/09/14; Ord. 14-51. Passed 11/25/14; Ord. 15-08. Passed 04/09/15)