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A Comparative Analysis of Illinois, Ohio, Colorado and South Dakota Park Districts and Parks and Recreation Departments to Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, and Michigan Parks and Recreation Departments
Unformatted Document Text:  a. No autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision with no input from you) (___) b. Low autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision but you have input) (___) c. Moderate autonomy (you write the budget but it is often changed by a higher authority) (___) d. High autonomy (you write the budget but it rarely is changed by a higher authority) (___) e. Complete autonomy (you write the budget and there is no higher authority) (___) 12. What is your best estimate of the budgeted total capital improvement expenditures for your agency during the current fiscal year? Total capital improvement expenditures__________________ Please answer the questions on the back of this page. 13. How much autonomy do you believe you and your board have in determining those capital expenditures? (Please check one) a. No autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision with no input from you) (____) b. Low autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision but you have input) (___) c. Moderate autonomy (you write the budget but it is often changed by a higher authority) (____) d. High autonomy (you write the budget but it rarely is changed by a higher authority) (____) e. Complete autonomy (you write the budget and there is no higher authority) (____) 14. What is the assessed valuation of your municipality, county or district? Assessed valuation _______________________ 15. What is your agency’s total tax rate (please fill in the blank if you have a tax rate for parks and recreation services. If you don’t have a dedicated tax rate, please leave it blank). Total tax rate __________________ 16. In which state is your agency located? State __________________ 33

Authors: Emanuelson, David.
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a.
No autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision with no input from you) (___)
b. Low autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision but you have input) (___)
c.
Moderate autonomy (you write the budget but it is often changed by a higher
authority) (___)
d. High autonomy (you write the budget but it rarely is changed by a higher authority)
(___)
e.
Complete autonomy (you write the budget and there is no higher authority) (___)
12. What is your best estimate of the budgeted total capital improvement expenditures for your
agency during the current fiscal year?
Total capital improvement expenditures__________________
Please answer the questions on the back of this page.
13.
How much autonomy do you believe you and your board have in determining those capital
expenditures? (Please check one)
a.
No autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision with no input from you)
(____)
b. Low autonomy (a higher authority makes that decision but you have input) (___)
c.
Moderate autonomy (you write the budget but it is often changed by a higher
authority) (____)
d. High autonomy (you write the budget but it rarely is changed by a higher authority)
(____)
e. Complete autonomy (you write the budget and there is no higher authority) (____)
14. What is the assessed valuation of your municipality, county or district?
Assessed valuation _______________________
15. What is your agency’s total tax rate (please fill in the blank if you have a tax rate for parks
and recreation services. If you don’t have a dedicated tax rate, please leave it blank).
Total tax rate __________________
16. In which state is your agency located?
State __________________
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