DISCLAIMER

 

05-0661R


RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT ADDENDUM WITH THE ARROWHEAD REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION FOR A REDUCTION IN THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MEALS THAT CAN RECEIVE REIMBURSEMENT IN 2005.

BY COUNCILOR REINERT:

     WHEREAS, the city has received notification from the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission of the decrease in federal NSIP funds available for the operation of the senior dining program during the year 2005. Some of this decrease will be offset by an increase in federal funds, thus the new maximum amount available will be $269,209.

     FURTHER, said reduction in funds of $2,446 will result in a reduction (-584) in the maximum number of meals that can receive reimbursement in 2005 (new maximum of 71,219) while leaving the per meal reimbursement at its current rate of $3.78 for each eligible congregate meal served.

     RESOLVED, that the proper city officers execute the contract addendum (Public Document No. __________) and upon receipt of the funds from the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission that such NSIP funds be deposited into Fund Account 272, Agency 031, Revenue Source 4215 and such federal funds be deposited into Fund Account 272, Agency 031, Revenue Source 4214.


STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: This addendum is for Contract Number 19756 and is for the purpose of acknowledging the reduction in federal NSIP and increase in federal funds that are available for the year 2005 for the senior dining program. Due to the differences in fiscal years, definite funding allocations were not known at the time of this original agreement. At the end of August, the Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging received notice of the final 2005 allocations for senior dining. The senior dining program received a reduction in federal NSIP funds of $12,868 and an increase in federal funds of $10,422. This results in a total reduction in funds for 2005 of $2,446 which brings the maximum amount of funds available for this contract year to $269,209. In order to keep the per meal reimbursement rate of $3.78 the same throughout 2005, the maximum number of meals that we can receive reimbursement for has been reduced to 71,219.