Business Plan Update
For Period Ending March 31, 2011
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This month's report will highlight two measures that did not meet expectations during the month of March. "Traffic accidents resulting in injuries" reports more incidents than what occurred during the month of March averaged over the past three years. The inclement weather this winter has caused more accidents than the prior years, and that winter weather continued through March.
Two disease measures did not meet targets. The number of cases of influenza reported was higher during the months of February and March than they were in 2010. Non-vaccine preventable diseases exceeded the prior year again during the month of March. Outbreaks of RSV (a respiratory virus that infects the lungs and breathing passages) continued to be experienced in Carson City.
This report also includes a brief review of measures and activities for each perspective in the scorecard.
The City Finance scorecard is included in this review, along with updated taxable sales. Taxable sales graphs are included in this report and provide an indication whether the various categories of taxable sales are meeting our targets which have been established as the amount of sales generated during the same month one year ago.
The current status of capital projects are also included in this report. All projects are grouped according to the various strategic plan perspectives they support.