March 6 3st regular meeting of Nagawa Town Council Reasons for mayor's proposal
March 6 3st regular meeting of Nagawa Town Council Reasons for mayor's proposal
January 6, 3rd year of Reiwa
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.
This year's winter was mild, and we didn't really feel the harsh winter caused by the onslaught of cold waves, so the Fukuju grass was showing its face early, and according to the calendar, spring was here, and even in the cold, there were signs of spring with each rain. These days, I feel more and more cheerful. I think the arrival of a new season is almost here.
Today, we have convened the March regular meeting of the Nagawa Town Council. Despite your busy schedules, we would like to thank all the members (all members) for their attendance, and for your understanding and understanding regarding the operation of town government. I would like to express my sincere gratitude and gratitude for your cooperation.
Regarding the new coronavirus infection, since May last year, the infectious disease classification has been changed to Category 5, and the concept of wearing a mask has been changed to be based on individual judgment. Since then, the number of infected people has been on the rise since the end of last year, along with influenza, but the number of infected people has been on the decline recently. From now on, it will be a time when there will be a lot of movement of people again, such as graduation, going on to higher education, and finding employment. Although the number of people infected with the new coronavirus and influenza is currently on the decline, we ask that residents of the town continue to live their daily lives by fearing the right things, taking appropriate measures, and not letting their guard down. I think so.
[Social and economic situation]
Now, two years have passed since the Ukraine war, which started with Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, has become a long-term conflict. Rising prices have had a major impact on a wide range of social and economic activities, directly impacting people's lives. Even with the measures provided by the temporary regional revitalization subsidy, the current situation is still unresolved. I believe that the longer the war goes on, the more civilian casualties and infrastructure destruction there will be. We are looking forward to the end of the war as soon as possible, and once again we sincerely pray that peace will come as soon as possible.
In this earthquake, a seismic intensity of 3 was observed in Nagawa Town, so the department in charge immediately gathered information, but by evening, no information or consultations had been received regarding damage caused by the earthquake.
Regarding support for areas affected by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, based on an agreement between nine prefectures and one city in the Chubu region, as a member of Team Nagano, we will provide Hakui City with information on receiving disaster waste treatment facilities and identifying damaged houses. A total of six staff members were dispatched to Wajima City to support the operation of the evacuation center. I believe that this experience is extremely valuable, and I am confident that I will be able to put it to good use in my work and in the event of an emergency. In addition, the public donations decided by the Nagano Prefecture Town and Village Association were distributed according to the population size of the prefecture's 9 towns and villages. As a representative of Nagano Prefecture, we recently presented the 1 million yen in public donations to the Ishikawa Prefecture Town Mayors Association.
Natural disasters such as earthquakes do not know when or where they will occur, and once they occur, many lives will be lost and infrastructure will be severely damaged. We humbly pray for the repose of the souls of those who lost their lives, and we also express our sympathies to everyone in the affected areas who are living difficult lives, and pray for the earliest possible recovery and reconstruction.
I am also keenly aware of the need for our town to continue to prepare for natural disasters.
Now, I would like to explain in order the bills that I have proposed to this assembly.
First, I would like to explain the ordinance items No. 9 to No. XNUMX.
Regarding the enactment of Proposal No. 26, "Ordinance to partially revise the Ordinance on the Proper Management of Vacant Houses, etc. in Nagawa Town", based on the amendment to the Act on Special Measures Concerning the Promotion of Measures against Vacant Houses, etc. These amendments will be made regarding measures for vacant houses, etc.
Next, regarding the enactment of Proposal No. 3, ``Ordinance to partially revise the Nagawa Town National Health Insurance Tax Ordinance,'' the purpose is to revise the insurance tax rate toward the prefectural unification of the National Health Insurance tax.
Next, regarding the enactment of Proposal No. 4, "Ordinance to partially revise the Ordinance on Salary and Expense Reimbursement for Appointed Employees in the Fiscal Year of Nagawa Town," the amendment will involve the payment of a diligence allowance from fiscal year 6. I'm here.
Next, regarding the enactment of Proposal No. 5, "Ordinance to partially revise the ordinance regarding childcare leave, etc. for employees of Nagawa Town," in line with the partial revision of the Local Government Act, the amendment regarding childcare leave, etc. for employees of Nagawa Town will be made. I am.
Next, regarding the enactment of Proposal No. 6, ``Ordinance to partially amend the ordinance regarding partial exemption of the Mayor of Nagawa Town, etc. from liability for damages to the town'', the amendment was made in line with a partial revision of the Local Autonomy Act. I'm here.
Next, Bill No. 7: “Ordinance to partially amend the ordinance regarding the use of individual numbers and the provision of specific personal information based on the Act on the Use of Numbers to Identify Specific Individuals in Nagawa Town Administrative Procedures” The enactment of the Act is an amendment to delete the attached table due to the revision of the Act.
Next, regarding the enactment of Proposal No. 8, "Ordinance to partially revise the Ordinance for Compensation for Public Service Accidents for Part-time Fire Brigade Members, etc.", in line with the partial revision of the Cabinet Order that stipulates standards for damage compensation for part-time fire corps members, etc. This is to revise the compensation standard amount.
Next, regarding the enactment of Proposal No. 9, "Ordinance to partially revise the Ordinance Concerning the Establishment of Nagawa Town Water Supply and Sewerage Businesses, etc.", this is a revision to address the misalignment caused by the partial revision of the Local Autonomy Act. I'm here.
Next, I would like to explain the budget.
First, I would like to explain the basic policy for formulating the budget for FY2020.
The economy had been in a slump for a long time due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, but with the transition to Category 5 in May last year, restrictions on people's movements were lifted, and economic activity has increased as a result. We are now beginning to see signs of economic recovery.
Under these circumstances, regarding the budget formulation for FY2020, in addition to addressing existing issues such as population decline and declining birthrate and aging population, efforts toward digital transformation (DX) and promotion of decarbonization will be addressed. We have created a budget that will allow us to carry out projects that will lead to the happiness of all town residents.
In addition, I will steadily promote the eight declarations and 101 promises set forth in my pledge, "Nagawa Next Vision V," and while taking into consideration the difficult financial situation the town is in, I will continue to work toward "a sustainable society that leaves no one behind." We have created a budget that aims to make Nagawa a town where everyone can feel a sense of happiness.
As for the budget for FY2020, we have compiled the budget based on the basic policy that I have stated so far.
My fifth term in office has passed the halfway point. We intend to further accelerate the promotion of various projects in order to bring happiness to all of the town's residents, so we would like to ask for the further support of the council and all of the town's residents. Thank you.
[Overview of FY2020 budget]
Now, regarding the initial budget for FY2020,
・General account: 5,973 million yen,
The total amount of the general account and six special accounts is 8,071,900,000 yen.
Regarding the general account, compared to the previous year, the increase was 310 million yen, an increase of 5.5%, and the six special accounts were 12.09 million yen, an increase of 0.6%. It is increasing.
The total amount of the general account and special account is 322,090,000 yen, an increase of 4.2% compared to the previous year.
First, I would like to explain the main contents of Proposal No. 10, "FY2020 Nagawa Town General Account Budget."
As for the ``measures against population decline, declining birthrate, and aging population,'' which I mentioned earlier in the basic policy of budget formulation, we will continue to focus on childcare support measures, including free medical expenses for children up to high school age, childcare support benefits, and high school education. We will implement projects such as subsidies for commuting expenses, free school lunches, etc.
In addition, the budget related to digital transformation (DX) will be implemented as a digital garden city-state concept grant project, such as the introduction of cashless machines using public funds at office counters, etc., and the introduction of systems using ICT equipment at nursery schools. I have budgeted for it.
Regarding the budget related to decarbonization promotion, we have earmarked a budget for investigating and considering the possibility of introducing renewable energy equipment into government buildings, public facilities that serve as evacuation centers, etc.
In addition, I will ensure that the various projects listed in my pledge are carried out and realized steadily, and above all, that everyone living in the town feels happy and has hopes and expectations for the future. We have budgeted for projects that will lead to the stable and sustainable development of Nagawa Town.
Next, we will explain Proposal No. 11 "FY2020 Nagawa Town National Health Insurance Special Account (Business Account) Budget" to Proposal No. 17 "FY2020 Nagawa Town Wada Property District Special Account Budget". Let me do it.
First, for the National Health Insurance Special Account, the initial budget was reduced by 10 million yen compared to the previous year to 780 million yen. The main factor in revenue is the National Health Insurance tax, and the main factor in expenditure is the reduction in National Health Insurance business expense payments.
Regarding the National Health Insurance Dental Clinic Business Special Account, we have set a budget of 15 million yen, the same amount as last year.
Regarding the Special Account for Medical Care for the Elderly, the budget amount is 95.2 million yen, an increase of 2.2 million yen from the previous year. The main factors contributing to revenue are the insurance infrastructure stabilization transfer, and the increase in expenditures is due to an increase in contributions from the Interregional Union for Medical Care for the Elderly.
Next, regarding the nursing care insurance special account, we have increased the budget by 24 million yen from the previous year to 1,109 million yen. The main factors for revenue are transfers from the general account for administrative expenses and transfers and carryovers from the long-term care insurance payment reserve fund, and for expenditures, increases are in regional support project expenses, long-term care insurance payment reserve fund reserves, and reserve funds.
Regarding the special account for loans for new housing construction in the Dowa area, the amount has been increased by 490,000 yen from the previous year to 7.1 million yen.
Regarding the tourism facility business special account, we reduced the amount by 4.6 million yen from the previous year to 92.6 million yen. The main causes of revenue are transfers to the Fiscal Adjustment Fund, and the main reasons for expenditures are a decrease in directly managed villa land management expenses.
Regarding the Wada Property District special account, the amount is 3.2 million yen, the same as the previous year.
[Corporate accounting: Water supply business, public sewer business budget]
Next, I would like to explain the corporate accounting for Proposal No. 18, FY6 Nagawa Town Water Supply Business Accounting Budget, and Proposal No. 19, Nagawa Town Public Sewerage Business and Wastewater Treatment Facility Business Accounting Budget for FY6. Masu.
Regarding the water supply business accounting budget, we will continue to strive to provide an appropriate water supply, and we will proceed with systematic repairs to address aging based on the results of the asset management project.
Regarding the public sewerage project-related budget, this year we plan to formulate a stock management plan to efficiently and systematically improve facilities. We would like to study and consider how to improve the soundness of our business, aiming for independent profitability, and decide on future initiatives.
The above is a summary of the FY2020 budget for the general account, special account, and corporate account. Later, the managers in charge of each department will explain the budget summary and main projects, so please look forward to it.
Next, I would like to explain the supplementary budget for FY2020.
First, I would like to explain Proposal No. 20, "Nagawa Town General Account Supplementary Budget for FY2020 (No. 12)."
Regarding this supplementary budget, the main items are amendments related to revenue and expenditure as well as the expected performance of various administrative projects.
Now, I would like to explain the main sources of revenue.
First, regarding local allocation tax, as the local allocation tax has been increased due to the national economic measures to completely overcome deflation, we have allocated a supplementary budget for recalculating the ordinary allocation tax. Ta.
Regarding the transfer of funds to the Fiscal Adjustment Fund, we have included a supplementary budget that will reduce the amount by approximately 8,600 million yen.
In addition, regarding town bonds, we have appropriated a supplementary budget for special merger bonds and emergency disaster prevention/mitigation project bonds in line with the secondary bond issuance plan.
In addition, we have included a supplementary budget for each revenue related to the finalization of national and prefectural subsidies and project performance estimates.
Next, regarding expenditures, firstly, as a correction related to general expenditures, we have recorded a supplementary budget for personnel expenses related to general positions and fiscal year appointed staff. Regarding other supplementary budgets, the main ones are supplementary budgets related to estimated performance of various administrative projects.
Now, I would like to explain the main expenditures.
Regarding general affairs expenses, in relation to Basic Resident Registration Fees, the national government will pay the local government information system organization contribution related to My Number directly to the local government information system organization without going through the town, so the full amount will be charged. In relation to information management costs, we have decided to update the network equipment within the agency in FY2020, so we have recorded a supplementary budget that will reduce equipment lease fees in full.
Regarding public welfare expenses, we have included a supplementary budget for in-home services and facility services for independence support benefits for people with disabilities, a supplementary budget for admission to welfare facilities for the elderly, and a supplementary budget for payments to the long-term care insurance special account. Ta.
Regarding hygiene costs, we have included a supplementary budget for routine immunizations, COVID-19 vaccinations, health checkup outsourcing, and a supplementary budget for equipment lease for garbage processing facilities.
Regarding agriculture, forestry and fisheries expenses, we have included a supplementary budget for land surveying and design work related to the town's single-cultivated land emergency project, and for commercial and industrial expenses, we have included a supplementary budget for regional vitality tickets and subsidy projects to promote living comfort. Ta.
Regarding firefighting costs, we have included a supplementary budget for activity remuneration related to the number of dispatches, and for education costs, we have included a supplementary budget for changes in the content of repair work for sports facilities.
Next, from Bill No. 21 “FY2020 Nagawa Town National Health Insurance Special Account (Business Account) Supplementary Budget (No. 4)” to Bill No. 24 “FY2025 Nagawa Town Wada Property District Special Account” I would like to explain about the Supplementary Budget (No. 2).
First, regarding the "National Health Insurance Special Account Supplementary Budget (No. 4)", in terms of revenue, the supplementary budget related to subsidies for insurance benefits, etc., and in terms of expenditures, the supplementary budget related to subsidies for child-rearing households and fiscal year appointments. We have included a supplementary budget for personnel expenses related to staff.
Next, regarding the "Supplementary Budget for Nursing Care Insurance Special Account (No. 3)", in terms of revenue, the supplementary budget for insurance premiums for insured persons, national and prefectural contributions for nursing care benefit costs, and payment fund grants. We have recorded a supplementary budget related to , a supplementary budget related to adjustment grants, a supplementary budget related to transfers from the general account, etc.
Regarding expenditures, in relation to insurance benefit costs, we have recorded supplementary budgets for in-home care service benefits, facility care service benefit costs, and specified nursing care service benefit costs.
Next, regarding the "Tourist Facility Business Special Account Supplementary Budget (No. 4)", in terms of revenue, the supplementary budget related to financial adjustment fund transfers, property zone transfers, national tax refunds accompanying consumption tax refunds, etc. We have included a supplementary budget related to various revenues.
Regarding expenditures, we have recorded a supplementary budget due to the finalization of consumption tax.
Next, regarding the "Wada Property District Special Account Supplementary Budget (No. 2)," we have included a supplementary budget for forest creation projects.
Next, regarding corporate accounting, Proposal No. 25 "Nagawa Town Water Supply Business Accounting Supplementary Budget (No. 1)" and Proposal No. 26 "Nagawa Town Public Sewerage Business and Wastewater Treatment Facility Business Accounting Supplementary Budget (Nagawa Town Public Sewerage Business and Wastewater Treatment Facility Business Accounting Supplementary Budget)" I would like to explain the relationship of No. 2).
Regarding the supplementary budget for the water supply business, we have included a supplementary budget for expenses such as water supply construction costs for expenses related to the purchase of fire hydrants.
Regarding the supplementary budget for public sewerage projects and wastewater treatment facility projects, we have included a supplementary budget for surveys of unfavorable water and outsourcing of business strategy formulation, as well as a supplementary budget for beneficiary contributions.
Regarding the supplementary budget, the section manager in charge will explain the details later, so please look forward to it.
[Designation of designated manager]
Next, I would like to explain the designation of designated managers from Proposal No. 27 to Proposal No. 29.
Regarding Proposal No. 27, "Yoneya Tetsugoro Co., Ltd." will continue to be the designated manager of "Nagawa Town Museum 'Hadano'."
Regarding Proposal No. 28, the designated manager of the Nagawa Town Dattan Soba Processing Direct Sales Facility will continue to be the Agricultural Cooperative Corporation Shinano Kiriyama Dattan Soba.
Regarding Proposal No. 29, the designated manager of the Nagawa Town Collection, Shipping and Storage Facility will continue to be the Agricultural Cooperative Corporation Shinano Kiriyama Dattan Soba.
[Hometown Fund Waiver]
Next, I would like to explain Proposal No. 30, "About waiving part of the rights related to the Ueda Regional Union Furusato Fund."
As in previous years, this will be used to draw down the hometown fund and appropriate it for the regional medical care projects to be implemented in 2026.
Above, I have provided an overview of the items proposed to this regular meeting.
Regarding the details, we will provide an explanation from each person in charge during deliberations, so we ask that you approve the draft and explain the reasons for the proposal.
Mayor of Nagawa Kenichiro Haneda
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