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City of South Bend, Indiana CAFR Executive Summary <br /> Purpose of the Executive Summary <br /> The City of South Bend has prepared a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the year <br /> ending December 31, 2011. The 2011 CAFR totals 288 pages and meets all of the requirements set forth <br /> by the Government Finance Officers Association for its Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in <br /> Financial Reporting program. If the award is received for 2011, this will be the twenty second <br /> consecutive year that the City of South Bend has received this prestigious award. <br /> The purpose of this Executive Summary is to present the most essential schedules and summaries from <br /> the 2011 CAFR, as determined by the City, to allow more ready access to them by the reader.The <br /> schedules and summaries are presented in their original format and the order of presentation is the <br /> same as in the full 2011 CAFR.The Executive Summary totals 66 pages. <br /> The Executive Summary and full CAFR are available at: <br /> http://docs.southbendin govlWebLink8/Browse aspx? <br /> or by contacting: <br /> Mark W. Neal, City Controller <br /> City of South Bend <br /> Department of Administration & Finance <br /> 227 W.Jefferson Boulevard <br /> South Bend, Indiana 46601 <br /> Telephone—(574) 235-9935 <br /> Fax—(574) 235-9928 <br /> On the cover: <br /> South Bend All-America City Award: Through the leadership of former Mayor Stephen Luecke, South <br /> Bend received the All-America City Award from the National Civic League on June 17, 2011 in Kansas <br /> City, Missouri. South Bend was one of only 10 cities honored in 2011. South Bend highlighted three <br /> projects in its award-winning presentation: 1) Northeast Neighborhood revitalization, 2)Transformation <br /> of the Engman Natatorium into a Civil Rights Heritage Center,and 3) 212 Degree STARS. <br /> 1 <br />