IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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1020 SANITATION ROAD IMMOKALEE, FL 34142 TELEPHONE (239) 658-3630

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December 06, 2016


NOTICE OF MEETING


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There will be a Regular Meeting of the Board of Commissioners for the Immokalee Water & Sewer District, on Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 4:30 P.M. at the office of the Immokalee Water & Sewer District, located at 1020 Sanitation Rd, Immokalee, FL 34142.


REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

  1. Call to Order

  2. Preliminaries

    1. Pledge of Allegiance

    2. Roll Call

    3. Adoption of Agenda

    4. Employee Recognition

      1. October 2016- Michael Costilla

    5. Public Concerns

      1. First Baptist Church -203 S. 3rd St - 11060907-01

    6. Staff Good Cause Items

    7. Board Concerns

    8. Old Business

      1. Exhibit A 16-6675 Bonness Tab_Sheet

      2. Interlocal Agreement Lake Trafford

    9. New Business

  3. Consent Agenda

    1. Adoption of Minutes

      1. November 16, 2016 Annual Board Meeting

    2. Civil Rights Compliance Report

    3. October and November Budget Review

    4. Fixed Assets Acquisitions-Disposals

    5. Various Reports

    6. Project Change Orders

    7. Engineer’s Report – Greeley and Hansen

    8. Director’s Report


  4. Action Agenda


  5. Discussion Agenda

    1. Attorney's Report

  6. Other Public Interests


  7. Adjournment

“Public discussion will be limited to three (3) minutes per speaker, unless additional information is requested, and additional time is granted by the Board Members.”


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: If you require special aid or services as addressed in the American Disabilities Act, please contact the District office at

(239) 658-3630, no less than five (5) days prior to the above stated workshop date.


Project Manager: Andrew Miller Procurement Strategist: Evelyn Colon


Bid Tabulation No. 16-6675

Lake Trafford Road @ N 19th Street Intersection Project


Solicitations Sent: 2148

Downloaded: 73

Submitted: 5



Bonness, Inc.

LINE #

PAY ITEM

DESCRIPTION

UNIT

QUANTITY BID

UNIT PRICE

TOTAL COST

1

0101 1

MOBILIZATION

LS

1

$29,001.67

$29,001.67

2

0101 1 1

PROVIDE/MAINTAIN SIGNED AND SEAL "AS BUILT" PLAN

LS

1

$5,672.33

$5,672.33

3

0101 1 2

PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING AND LAYOUT

LS

1

$14,320.48

$14,320.48

4

0101 2

PROVIDE/MAINTAIN PROJECT SCHEDULE

LS

1

$2,498.61

$2,498.61

5

0102 1

MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC

DA

120

$593.67

$71,240.40

6

0102 3

COMMERCIAL MATERIAL FOR DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE

CY

75

$86.29

$6,471.75

7

102 76

ADVANCE WARNING ARROW PANELS

DA

120

$7.52

$902.40

8

102 99

VARIABLE MESSAGE SIGN

DA

120

$15.04

$1,804.80

9

0104 10 3

SEDIMENT BARRIER

LF

4040

$1.51

$6,100.40

10

0104 18

INLET PROTECTION SYSTEM

EA

21

$69.83

$1,466.43

11

0107 1

LITTER REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL

LS

1

$1,611.46

$1,611.46

12

0110 1 1

CLEARING & GRUBBING

LS

1

$73,724.26

$73,724.26

13

0110 3

REMOVAL OF EXISTING STRUCTURE

LS

1

$22,638.10

$22,638.10

14

0110 4

REMOVAL OF EXISTING CONCRETE PAVEMENT

SY

214

$32.57

$6,969.98

15

0110 7 A

RELOCATION AND/OR FURNISH NEW MAILBOXES

EA

20

$128.22

$2,564.40

16

0120 1

REGULAR EXCAVATION

CY

700

$52.54

$36,778.00

17

0120 6

EMBANKMENT

CY

820

$30.94

$25,370.80


18


0120 10 11

CLEAN AND RESHAPE DITCH, SPREAD, DITCH WIDTH UP TO 15'


LF


1,100


$6.58


$7,238.00

19

0285 715

OPTIONAL BASE, BASE GROUP 15

SY

3,034

$52.14

$158,192.76

20

0327 70 1

MILLING EXIST ASPH PAVT, 1" AVG DEPTH

SY

5,962

$1.93

$11,506.66

21

0334 1 12

SUPERPAVE ASPHALTIC CONC, TRAFFIC B

TN

1,395

$156.88

$218,847.60

22

0350 2 1

CEMENT CONC PAVT REINFORCED, 6"

SY

214

$33.72

$7,216.08

23

0425 1701

INLETS, GUTTER, TYPE S, <10'

EA

8

$2,868.03

$22,944.24

24

0425 2 61

JUNCTION BOXES, J 7, <10'

EA

2

$4,830.69

$9,661.38

25

0430 94 1

DESILTING PIPE, 0

24"

LF

1,049

$8.42

$8,832.58


26


430173115

PIPE CULVERT OPTIONAL MATERIAL, ROUND, 15", GUTTER DRAIN


LF


267


$58.28


$15,560.76

27

430175218

PIPE CULVERT 12" X 18" ERCP

LF

616

$69.76

$42,972.16

28

430175224

PIPE CULVERT 14" X 23" ERCP

LF

348

$80.98

$28,181.04

29

430982125

MITERED END SECTION, OPTIONAL ROUND, 18" CD

EA

1

$1,498.35

$1,498.35

30

0522 2

CONC SIDEWALK AND DRIVEWAYS, 6" THICK

SY

1,292

$33.33

$43,062.36

31

0527 2

DETECTABLE WARNINGS

SF

190

$25.05

$4,759.50

32

0530 3 4

RIPRAP (RUBBLE), DITCH LINING

TN

1

$559.23

$559.23

33

0570 1 2

PERFORMANCE TURF, SOD

SY

2,000

$2.52

$5,040.00

34

630 2 11

CONDUIT UNDERGROUND

LF

610

$12.89

$7,862.90

35

630 2 12

CONDUIT UNDERGROUND (DIRECTIONAL)

LF

400

$39.75

$15,900.00

36

632 7 1

CABLE (SIGNAL)

PI

1

$4,512.08

$4,512.08

37

633 1 121

SM 12 STRAND FIBER OPTIC (FURNISH & INSTALL)

LF

0

$0.00

38

633 3 11

SPLICE ENCLOSURE (FURNISH & INSTALL)

EA

0

$0.00

39

633 3 12

SPLICE TRAY (FURNISH & INSTALL)

EA

0

$0.00

40

633 3 14

BUFFER TUBE FAN OUT KIT (FURNISH & INSTALL)

EA

0

$0.00

41

633 3 16

FIBER PATCH PANEL

EA

0

$0.00

42

634 4 152

SPAN WIRE ASSEMBLY

PI

1

$752.01

$752.01

43

635 2 11

PULL BOXES

EA

14

$483.44

$6,768.16

44

639 1 112

ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICE

AS

1

$1,396.60

$1,396.60

45

639 2 1

ELECTRICAL SERVICE WIRE

LF

250

$3.49

$872.50

46

641 2 18

PRE STRESSED CONC POLES

EA

2

$16,651.72

$33,303.44

47

646 1 12

ALUMINUM PED POLE

EA

2

$752.01

$1,504.02

48

650 1 14

TRAFFIC SIGNAL

AS

4

$993.73

$3,974.92

49

650 1 16

TRAFFIC SIGNAL

AS

2

$1,101.16

$2,202.32

50

650 1 17

TRAFFIC SIGNAL

AS

2

$1,632.94

$3,265.88

51

653 1 12

PED SIGNAL

AS

4

$1,181.73

$4,726.92

52

660 1 109

LOOP INDUCTIVE

EA

8

$118.17

$945.36

53

660 2 106

LOOP ASSEMBLY

AS

8

$966.87

$7,734.96

54

660 3 11

VEHICLE DETECTION CABINET EQUIPMENT

EA

1

$3,437.77

$3,437.77

55

660 3 12

VEHICLE DETECTION VIDEO (ABOVE GROUND)

EA

2

$7,520.13

$15,040.26

56

663 1 110

SIGNAL PRIORITY & PRE EMPTION SYSTEM

EA

1

$11,602.48

$11,602.48

57

665 1 11

PED DECTOR OR CONTROLLER CABINET MOUNTED

EA

4

$204.12

$816.48

58

665 1 12

PED DETECTOR

EA

4

$204.12

$816.48

59

670 5 110

TRAFFIC CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

AS

1

$21,056.36

$21,056.36

60

680 1 15

SYSTEM CONTROL EQUIPMENT

EA

0

$0.00

61

682 1 13

ITS CCTV CAMERA DOME PTZ

EA

1

$5,908.67

$5,908.67

62

684 1 1

MANAGED FIELD ETHERNET SWITCH

EA

1

$2,470.90

$2,470.90

63

684 6 11

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICE ETHERNET ACCESS

EA

1

$6,445.83

$6,445.83


64


684 6 12

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICE ETHERNET SUBSCRIBER UNIT


EA


1


$1,611.46


$1,611.46

65

685 106

SYSTEM AUXILARIES (UPS)

EA

1

$15,684.84

$15,684.84

66

0700 1 11

SINGLE POST SIGN, F&I GROUND MOUNT, UP TO 12 SF

AS

18

$389.97

$7,019.46

67

0700 1 60

SINGLE POST SIGN, REMOVE

AS

5

$65.53

$327.65

68

700 3201

SIGN PANEL OVERHEAD MOUNT SPAN WIRE

EA

2

$376.00

$752.00

69

700 5 22

INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED SIGNS

EA

4

$4,179.04

$16,716.16

70

0706 3

RETRO REFLECTIVE PAVEMENT MARKERS

EA

345

$3.22

$1,110.90


71


0710 11201

TRAFFIC STRIPE TWO REACTIVE COMPONENTS, STANDARD, YELLOW, SOLID, 6"


GM


0.57


$2,148.61


$1,224.71


72


0710 11101

PAINTED PAVEMENT MARKINGS, STANDARD, WHITE, SOLID, 6"


GM


0.83


$2,148.61


$1,783.35

73

0711 11123

THERMOPLASTIC, STANDARD, WHITE, SOLID, 12"

LF

629

$2.69

$1,692.01

74

0711 11125

THERMOPLASTIC, STANDARD, WHITE, SOLID, 24"

LF

120

$5.37

$644.40

75

0711 11170

THERMOPLASTIC, STANDARD, WHITE, ARROW

EA

21

$53.71

$1,127.91

76

0711 11224

THERMOPLASTIC, STANDARD, YELLOW, SOLID, 18"

LF

482

$4.03

$1,942.46


77


0711 15131

THERMOPLASTIC, STANDARDOPEN GRADED ASPHALT SURFACES, WHITE, SKIP, 6"


GM


0.02


$1,074.30


$21.49

78

CC 950 RDW

ROADWAY ALLOWANCE

Fixed

1

$45,000.00

$45,000.00

79

CC 950

SIGNALIZATION ALLOWANCE

Fixed

1

$25,000.00

$25,000.00

80

CC 950 SPM

SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKING ALLOWANCE

Fixed

1

$3,000.00

$3,000.00

81

CC 999 999

PROJECT INFORMATION SIGN

EA

2

$1,249.30

$2,498.60


82

ROADWAY & SIGNAL SUBTOTAL

TOTAL

$1,185,683.67

WATER LINE

Line #

PAY ITEM

DESCRIPTION

UNIT

QUANTITY BID

UNIT PRICE

TOTAL COST

83

1

2" PVC SCHEDULE 40 WM OPEN CUT

LF

5

$ 143.75

$ 718.75

84

2

4" PVC AWWA C900 SDR 18 WM OPEN CUT

LF

5

$ 137.40

$ 687.00

85

3

6" PVC AWWA C900 SDR 18 WM OPEN CUT

LF

15

$ 97.34

$ 1,460.10

86

4

10" PVC AWWA C900 SDR 18 WM OPEN CUT

LF

980

$ 55.34

$ 54,233.20

87

5

10" DI WM OPEN CUT

LF

220

$ 96.94

$ 21,326.80

88

6

REMOVE & DISPOSE EXISTING 2" WM

LF

5

$ 162.36

$ 811.80

89

7

REMOVE & DISPOSE EXISTING 4" WM

LF

5

$ 256.06

$ 1,280.30

90

8

REMOVE & DISPOSE EXISTING 6" WM

LF

15

$ 123.86

$ 1,857.90

91

9

REMOVE & DISPOSE EXISTING 10" AC WM

LF

1200

$ 31.09

$ 37,308.00

92

10

REMOVE EXISTING VALVE

EA

3

$ 715.56

$ 2,146.68

93

11

REMOVE EXISTING HYDRANT ASSEMBLY

EA

2

$ 1,276.30

$ 2,552.60

94

12

FIRE HYDRANT ASSEMBLY

EA

3

$ 4,688.31

$ 14,064.93

95

13

CONNECTION TO EXISTING 2" WM

EA

1

$ 1,058.98

$ 1,058.98

96

14

CONNECTION TO EXISTING 4" WM

EA

1

$ 1,594.66

$ 1,594.66

97

15

CONNECTION TO EXISTING 6" WM

EA

3

$ 1,798.08

$ 5,394.24

98

16

CONNECTION TO EXISTING 10" WM

EA

2

$ 1,992.07

$ 3,984.14

99

17

2" GATE VALVE

EA

1

$ 814.56

$ 814.56

100

18

4" GATE VALVE

EA

1

$ 1,066.17

$ 1,066.17

101

19

6" GATE VALVE

EA

3

$ 1,154.50

$ 3,463.50

102

20

10" GATE VALVE

EA

7

$ 2,529.39

$ 17,705.73

103

21

RECONNECT WATER SERVICE

EA

10

$ 949.13

$ 9,491.30

104

22

WATER LINE ALLOWANCE

FIXED

1

$ 16,295.00

$ 16,295.00

105

WATER LINE SUBTOTA

$ 199,316.34

106

PROJECT TOTAL

TOTAL

$1,385,000.01


Exhibit A



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INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT


COUNTY PROJECT: Lake Trafford Road at North 19t h Street Intersection Project; County Project #60192.1


THIS INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT, made and entered into this _ _ day of

_ _ _ _

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_ , 2016, by and between the Collier County Board of County

Comm iss ioners , Collier County, Florida, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, (the " COUNTY") and Immokalee Water and Sewer District, an independent special district located in Collier County, Florida (the "DISTRICT").


WITNESSETH


WHEREAS, the COUNTY is planning to reconstruct the existing intersection of Lake Trafford Road at North 19t h Street, designated by the COUNTY as Project No. 60 I 92.1, said improvements hereinafter called the " Intersection Project;" and


WHEREAS, the DISTRICT owns certain water and sanitary utility systems within , adjacent to, and in the vicinity of the roadway easement, said utility work and improvements hereinafter called the " Uti lit y;" and


WHEREAS, the DISTRICT requested the COUNTY to incorporate into the Intersection project the relocation of a portion of the existing IO" potable watermain and appurtenances that is currently located within the right of way of Lake Trafford Road and is in conflict with the COUNTY'S proposed reconstruction of the Inter section; and


WHEREAS, the DISTRICT and the COUNTY are entering into this Agreement for Design, Construction and Engineering Services to be performed by the COUNTY pertaining to the planned Intersection and Utility construction work; and


WHEREAS, the COUNTY and the DISTRICT have determined and mutually agree that it is economically advantageous and in the best interest of the public to enter into this Agreement to provide for the construction of Intersection and Utility improvements by the COUNTY and to accommodate the DISTRICT watermain; and


WHEREAS, the DISTRICT accepts the items in the Engineer ' s Opinion of Probable Construction Cost, the Utility adjustment plans sheet showing the work to be performed and the estimated cost, which shall be included in the project's BID (1TB) Price Proposal Page and is attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit " A;" and


WHEREAS, the COUNTY is agreeable to and desirous and capable of perform in g, providing or otherwise undertaking Utility construction and contract administration services for DISTRICT jointly and concurrently with COUNTY ' S construction of its Intersection Project, and DISTRICT agrees to reimburse COUNTY for the final and actual costs resulting from the project's BID (1TB), Actual Cost Statement, for the total bid items for the portion of work as identified in the attached Exhibit "A."


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NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the above premises, and the mutual covenants , terms, and provisions contained here in , the COUNTY and DISTRICT agree as follows:


SECTION I: COUNTY'S RESPONSIBILITY


    1. The COUNTY shall provide and perform comprehensive Utility-related construction and construction administration services to the DISTRICT for the watermain relocation, rendered jointly and concurrently with COUNTY' s design and construction of the Intersection Project.


    2. The following specific services, dut ies , and responsibilities will be the obligation of the COUNTY regarding design coordinat ion, construction and contract administration of the Utility work on behalf of the DISTRICT.


      1. COUNTY shall include the watermain design provided by the DISTRICT in the Intersection Project 60192.1 so as to replace a portion of the DISTRICT's existing potable watermain (various sizes) and appurtenances currently located underground within the right of way of Lake Trafford Road and replace it with approximately 1225 linear feet of watermain (various sizes) and will be relocated out from under the pavement of the new roadway alignment within the existing Lake Trafford Road right of way. The necessary and applicable Utility plans and specifications shall be provided by the DISTRICT.


      2. At the time of contract bid, those bid items identified for which the DISTRICT is responsible shall be subject to DISTRICT's review and approval by the DISTRICT's representative. COUNTY shall include the Utility work in the Intersection Project's construction bid to arrive at an actual price to construct the DISTRICT's Utility work as stated in Exhibit "A," not including COUNTY ' s administration fees.


      3. COUNTY shall conduct a formal preconstruction conference prior to commencing with the Ut ilit y construction work. The COUNTY will provide the DISTRICT notice of the preconstruction conference at least five (5) working days prior to the conference. The DISTRICT's representative may attend this conference at the DISTRICT's discretion. A copy of the minutes of said conference shall be submitted to the DISTRICT's contract agent/representative as identified here inafter.


      4. COUNTY shall coordinate the Utility and Intersection Project work with third parties such as property owners, land deve lopers, environmental agencies , contractors, and the like to the extent that such parties have a direct interest in or are directly affected by said Utility and Intersection Project improvements.


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      5. COUNTY shall conduct regular construction progress meetings and invite the DISTRICT.


      6. Periodic on-site inspections and construction reviews will be conducted by the COUNTY or its designee and the DISTRICT to assess the contractor's compliance with the construction plans and contract documents.


      7. The Utility work shall be coordinated with the DISTRICT's utility representative with respect to keeping the DISTRICT advised of technical, cost, and schedule impacts upon the Utility work.


      8. COUNTY shall confer with public officials of the DISTRICT as deemed necessary by the COUNTY in order to coordinate work stages between the Utility improvements and the Intersection Project improvements from a public interest viewpoint.


      9. Periodic Utility field measurements and quantity calculations shall be made by the COUNTY of Utility work accomplished on an as needed basis for processing of monthly progress payments to the COUNTY's contractor. The Utility-related field measurements, quantity calculations and other performance data will be verified with the DISTRICT's contract agent/representative if so requested by DISTRICT in writing prior to the COUNTY's issuance of monthly progress payments to the contractor.


      10. The COUNTY shall administer design changes, clarifications, supplements and other contract amendments that may be necessary during the design and construction of the Utility improvements. These contract directives to the consultant and contractor may be in the form of plans, memoranda, reports, change orders, and supplemental agreements and shall be subject to written approval by the DISTRICT's contract agent/representative.


        The above notwithstanding, upon notification to DISTRICT, the DISTRICT herein authorizes the COUNTY to prepare, execute, and implement minor change orders for contract amendments necessitated by actual field conditions at the Utility project site so as not to delay the contractor's performance and so as to meet the intent of the approved design for the Utility improvements. Said change orders shall be issued by the COUNTY in compliance with current County Purchasing Ordinance procedures, using either existing contract unit prices or negotiated unit prices for work adjustments within the physical limit of the Utility work as shown in the construction plans. In no event shall the value of the total change orders exceed the utility allowance in the BID which is $199,316.34 Dollars as shown in the Actual Cost Statement attached as Exhibit "A." Additional or extra work which exceeds the above change order authority by COUNTY shall be submitted for prior review, approval and execution by the DISTRICT.


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      11. Upon completion of all Utility work, including all work authorized under change orders and supplemental agreements, the COUNTY shall conduct a final inspection of the Utility work with the DISTRICT' s contract agent/representat ive and/or its record engineer prior to COUNTY's issuing final payment to the contractor.


      12. COUNTY shall submit a final Certificate of Completion letter to the DISTRICT along with an appropriate number of plans detailing the Utility as constructed by the COUNTY' s contractor ("as-bui lt record drawings "); bacteriological test results as required by FDEP; and, one year warranty for utility work completed. The final Certification of Completion shall be submitted by the COUNTY' s CEI engineer (AIM Engineering & Surveying , Inc.) to the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection and other local and State agencies that govern the Utility improvements.


      13. All contracts entered into by the COUNTY for the design and/or construction of the Utility facilities shall require the party contracting with the COUNTY to hold harm less, indemnify and defend the DISTRICT and COUNTY and its consu lt ants, agents, officers and employees from any and all claims, losses, penalties , demands , judgments , and costs of suit, including attorney ' s fees and paralegal's fees, or any expense, damage, or liability incurred by any of them, whether for personal in jury , property damage , direct or consequential damages , or economic loss, arising directly or indirectly on account of or in connection with the work done by the COUNTY's consultant or contractor pertaining to the design and construction of the Intersection and Utility or by any person, firm or corporation to whom any portion of the Intersection and Utility work is subcontracted by the COUNTY' s consultant or contractor.


      14. COUNTY shall obtain all necessary permits to do the work.


0. COUNTY shall take ownership and properly dispose of all removed mater ials .


SECTION II: DISTRICT'S RESPONSIBILITY


    1. The DISTRICT shall provide and perform project support duties as defined below to ensure that COUNTY is able to furnish construction and contract administration services to the mutual satisfaction of the DISTRICT and COUNTY, and other governing agencies that have jurisdictional control over the Utility improvements.


    2. The specific project support duties and responsibilities enumerated below shall be the obligation of the DISTRICT.


      1. The DISTRICT shall provide the Utility design documents , inspect the work as necessary, and review and approve the as-built record drawings which will


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        represent and depict the Utility as constructed by the COUNTY ' s contractor. The DISTRICT's approval with respect to any of these matters shall not be unreasonably withheld.


      2. The DISTRICT herein agrees to assign a contract agent/representative to the Utility project for the entire design and construction period and notify the COUNTY in writing so that the COUNTY may effectively coordinate its services with the DISTRICT. The DISTRICT's contract agent/representat ive shall also act as the DISTRICT's contract authority under the provisions of this Interlocal Agreement. The COUNTY shall provide written notice of all meetings pertaining to this project at least five (5) working days prior to the meeting.


      3. The DISTRICT shall assign a Utility project coordinator for the purpose of coordinating , reso lvin g, and communicating construction issues at the field level with COUNTY ' s resident construction engineer. The DISTRICT shall appoint/designate the project coordinator in writing to the COUNTY prior to COUNTY ' s commencement of design coordinat ion, constru ction, and contract administration services herein. The DISTRICT's contract agent/representative and/or the DISTRICT's project coordinator shall attend periodic construction progress meetings with and between the COUNTY and the contractor, subcontractors and utility companies with direct or indirect interest in the provisions of this Interlocal Agreement.


SECTION III: MUTUAL COVENANTS


    1. The DISTRICT shall not be responsible for, nor shall the DISTRICT dictate upon the COUNTY, construction means , methods , techniques, skills, sequences or procedures of construction relating to Intersection Project improvements. The above responsibilities during construction shall remain with the COUNTY' s contractor and/or the contractor ' s subcontractors subject to the conditions and responsibilities set forth in this Interlocal Agreement and in Exhibit " A."


    2. The DISTRICT shall not be responsible to the COUNTY should the COUNTY fail to comply with OSHA Safety and Health Standards (29 C.F.R. 1926) as authorized by the

      U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety, and Health Adm inis tration, said responsibilities to be that of the COUNTY ' s contractor and/or the contractor' s subcontractor.


    3. The COUNTY ' s Transportation Engineering Department Director , either directly with the DISTRICT or through a duly authorized representative assigned to the Intersection Project and Utility project by him, shall act as the COUNTY ' s contract manager under this Interlocal Agreement. As the COUNTY' s contract manager under this Interlocal Agreement , the Transportation Engineering Department Director shall also have the authority with prior written approval of the DISTRICT to extend the limits and/or scope


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      of Utility construction work; subject to the COUNTY' s Purchasing Ordinance and approval as required by the Collier County Board of Commissioners.


    4. The COUNTY shall provide the DISTRICT with four (4) sets of the approved construction plans and contract documents for the Intersection Project work prior to commencement of construction activities by the COUNTY ' s contractor. The above materials shall include the COUNTY' s executed construction contract for the Intersection Project. The DISTRICT shall pay the COUNTY the Actual Cost Statement within thirty

(30) days of the completion of the entire project.


SECTION IV: AGREEMENT TERMS


    1. This Interlocal Agreement shall remain in full force and effect from the date first above written and shall terminate upon the completion of all services and responsibilities mutua lly performed by the DISTRICT and by the COUNTY to the written satisfaction each to the other . It is understood that the actual termination date herein may occur on or about the date of final approval and acceptance of all Intersection Project improvements by the COUNTY and subject to construction contract warranty provisions. This date is contemplated to be subsequent to the actual date of final approval and acceptance of the Utility improvements by the DISTRICT and following payment by the DISTRICT to the COUNTY.


    2. The lntersection shall be maintained by the COUNTY or its assigns with respect to roadway and drainage improvements and by the DISTRICT, with respect to utilities within the COUNTY ' s public easements and/or rights-of-way.


    3. The COUNTY may terminate this Interlocal Agreement prior to the completion of the Utility work upon thirty (30) days prior written notice to the DISTRICT. In the event of such terminati on, the COUNTY shall be entitled to receive due compensation for the value of services rendered , construction performed, and termination costs as actually incurred.


SECTION V: INSURANCE


    1. The DISTRICT and the COUNTY shall maintain insurance in the minimum amounts and types as required by Florida State Statutes.


    2. The DISTRICT and the COUNTY agree that both parties are partially self-insured. Each shall provide to the other evidence of insurance in excess of the self-insured retent ion.


5.1 Nothing in this Agreement shall operate as a waiver of the sovereign immunity afforded to the parties as provided in Section 768.28, Florida Statutes.


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SECTIONVI: MISCELLANEOUS


    1. This Interlocal Agreement shall be governed by and construed under the laws of the State of Florida. In the event any litigation is instituted by way of construction or enforcement of this Interlocal Agreement , the party prevailing in said litigation shall be entitled to collect and recover from the opposite party all court costs and other expenses excluding attorney ' s fees. Venue is in Collier County, Florida.


    2. It is understood that this lnterlocal Agreement must be executed by both parties prior to the DISTRICT and the COUNTY commencing with the work, servic es, duties, and responsibilities described hereto fore.


SECTION VII: DISPUTE RESOLUTION


    1. The parties recognize that they are entities subject to dispute resolution procedures set out in Chapter 164, Florida Statutes .


    2. In the event of a dispute between the parties concerning this Agreement , the COUNTY and the DISTRICT agree to attempt to resolve the dispute as expeditiously and inexpensively as feasible. Specifica lly , their respective staffs will meet within ten (10) days of provision of notice of the dispute and attempt in good faith to resolve the dispute. They may jointly agree to a mediator to expedite and effectuate a resolution. If they are

unable to agree upon a mediator , within ten (I 0) days thereafter, they shall jointly request

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Judicial Circuit to appoint a mediator qualified in construction

law to mediate the dispute in accordance with the court's pre-suit mediation procedures . The mediation shall occur within ten (I 0) days after the mediator is appointed. If the dispute cannot be resolved at this level, the Chapter 164 remedies shall be available. Each party shall pay equally in the cost of the mediation.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this lnterlocal Agreement to be executed by their appropriate officials, as of the date first above written.


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AS TO THE COUNTY:


ATTEST:

DWIGHT E. BROCK, CLERK


By: _

,Deputy Clerk


Approved as to form and le galit y:


Scott R. Teach

Deputy County Attorney

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA


By: _ Donna Fiala, Chairman


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AS TO THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT:


ATTEST: IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT


By: c


Kenneth K. Thompson, Es District Attorney



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OctoBer-2016·_-.-.-··

Employee of the Month

We Hereby Express Our Sincere Appreciation To

Michael Costilla

In Grateful Recognition Of Your. 0.utstanding Performance

Productivity And Dedicated Service

Immokalee Water & Sewer District

Awarded By:

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Evaj.-:y-e

Execµtive.Director

IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER

DISTRICT

1020 SANITATION ROAD IMMOKALEE, FL 34142 TELEPHONE (239) 658-3630

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M E M O


To: IWSD Board Members

From: Norma Garcia

Date: November 16, 2016

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Subject: Special Dates


These employees will have/had the following special dates this month:


November 05, 2016 Zacarias Herrera’s Birthday-Service Tech I-Dept. 10

November 10, 2016 Derys Maldonado’s 17 Year Anniversary-Maintenance Supervisor-Dept. 50

November 13, 2016 Danyon Torres 1 Year Anniversary- Maintenance Tech I- Sept. 50

November 16, 2016 Eva Deyo’s Birthday-Executive Director-Dept.40

November 18, 2016 David Ybarra's Birthday-Service Tech I-Dept. 10

November 19, 2016 Norma Garcia's Birthday-Human Resource -Dept. 40

November 21, 2016 Oona Reyna-Rodriguez Birthday-Administration Supervisor-Dept. 40

November 27, 2016 Olga Hernandez Birthday-Service Tech III-Dept. 10

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First Missionary Baptist Church 203 S. Third St.

P. 0. Box 244 lmmokalee, FL 34143

Terry W. Mallory, Pastor

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Administration Supervisor lmmokalee Water & Sewer District 1020 Sanitation Rd.

lmmokalee, FL 34142


Re: Agenda item on December 21, 2016, at 4:30 p.m., Board of Directors' Meeting


We would like to send a representative of the church to be included on the agenda at the next Board of Directors' Meeting, scheduled for December 21, 2016, at 4:30 p.m.

The purpose of this request is to solicit the board's approval to reimburse the church in the amount of

$1125.00,that amount has been billed to repair a sewer/drainage problem. Thank you for your consideration and cooperation,


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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IMMOKALEE 203 S 3RD ST

IMMOKALEE, FL 34142 USA

Job Address

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IMMOKALEE

203 S 3ROS1

IMMOKALEE, FL 34142 USA


Descrlplfon of Work

Jetter out main sewer line from parking lot. Ran camera and;discovered belly that's off of customers property. Line·located pipe to see this. Recommend for customer to call city and see if city is responsible for this. No warranty due to giant back pitched pipe. Will come out 6 months from now to see if there's grease again.


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IAGltEE TUAT INITIAL PRICE QUOlED PRIOR TO START OF WORK DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY ADOJOONAL OR UNFORESEEN TASKS. NOR MATERIALS WHICH MAY BE FOUND TO BE NECESSARY TO COMPLETE REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS. IALSOAGRH TO HOLO MR ROOTER OR ITS ASSIGNS HARMLESS FOR PARTS OEEMEO CORROOED, UNUSABLE OR UNRELIABLE FOR COMPLETION OF STATED WORK TO BE DONE. I HEREBY AUTHORIZE MR ROOTER TO PERFORM PROPOSED WORK ANO AGREE TO ALL AGREEMfNT CONDITIONS AS DISPLAYED ON THE FACE AND REVERSE SIDES OF THIS OOCUMENT AND FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE TliATUIIS INVOICE IS OUE UPON RECEIPT. INDEPENDENTLY OWNED ANO OPERATED FRANCHISE.


ACCEPTANCE OF WORK PERFORMED'. I FIND THE SERVICE ANO MATERlALS PERFORMED & INSTALLED HAVE BEEN COMPLETED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS AGREEMENT. I AGREE TO PAY REASONABLE ATIORNEY FEES, COLLECTION FEES. AND COURT COSTS IN THE EVENT OF LEGAL ACTION PURSUANT TO COLLECTION OF AMOUNT DUE.

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11/21/16 mrs howard came in to let me know about an issue regarding a sewer back up and gave me a copy of the invoice from mr rooter=1125.00 dated 11/17/16. she explained to me that she had called us to go out there after snaking the line several times. from what i could see, hector went out there a few times and never could find the clean out to the road and stated that we can not go on the property, so it was not our responsibiilty. she explained that the mr rooter employee said it should be our responsibility and she wanted us to pay for the bill before the 30days. (12/17/16). i told her i would look into it. she also mentioned that the mr rooter had found a belly in the line.


that same day i called hector in and we spoke about the issue. he told me that the church had paved over the clean out we used and that if the church wanted us to be able to help in the future, that had to be uncovered and found. he stated he went 3x but no one was ever there to open the gate. hector told me to have someone open the gate so he could further investigate.


i called her back at 3:30 and explained to her what hector needed the church to do, she stated that she nor anyone from the church was going to remove any asphalt. she and others met at the church and hector discussed things with her.


hector said that he was going to call in locates and that he would then go and dig it up and see what was going on.


mrs howard called on 11/28/16 and i told her i called hector and he told me that locates had been called in and that he had 48 hrs.


i asked her to call me 11/29/16 by 1. i called hector and he said that they had dug it up and found the clean out covered and that it had a metal thing over it. he said that he was going to raise the pipe and asphalt around it at the district's cost. at that time, eva and hector decided that the invoice from mr rooter was not our responsibiliy. he wanted the customer to know that if it was ever covered again, the customer would be responsible for the cost of uncovering it. he stated that he could not find a belly. that maybe what he saw was where the line was bent when installed to avoid going over the water line.


11/29/16 2 pm mrs howard called and i explained to her that we had dug it up and that if in the future, the church had problems, to call the district asap. i explained the events that happened and the restoration would be done today. 11/29/16.


she still believes it is the districts responsibility to pay the invoice in total or in part. she stated she was going to talk to her church partner this evening and see if they wanted to come to the board meeting. i told her 12/21/16 at 4:30 and to submit her request in writing 2 weeks ahead. she said she was going to talk to her church partners and anyone she could get ideas from to see what she could do.


she thanked me for my help. i asked her to call me with any other issues. 11060907-01


===== VGarcia - 11/18/2016 9:41:34 AM =====11-14-16 customer contact sewer back up 11-14-16 workorder per hector the problem was not on our side n/c 11060907-01


===== VGarcia - 3/6/2013 3:24:13 PM =====03-04-13 customer contact backflow leaking (it's commercial they have to fix before we take over We are not responsible per James) 03-04-13 workorder james office called for a backflow break it was a commercial backflow the customer has to fix the backflow n/c

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con 2 (03/27/13) Commercial 1 edu

credit 0 11060907-01


===== Gloria - 5/10/2011 3:39:37 PM =====per clips by olga h meter is spinning 11060907-01

=====gloria - 8/10/2010 4:47:03 PM =====meter change out from bm 4175 should of been 2305 per mtr rplcmt sheet/mtr program t/9202 and added miu 1483152746 by olga h 1106907-01


===== OfeliaG - 07/08/2008 10:47:33 AM =====

070708 dr special re-read 11060907-01 25.00

cn 07/29/05 bakflow was turned off on customer side Customer Valve Adjustment $25.00 11060907-01

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To Board of Directors

Immokalee Water & Sewer District


From Civil Rights Committee Immokalee Water & Sewer District


This is to inform you that there was nothing brought before the Civil Rights Committee in the Month of September 2016.


Norma Garcia

Civil Rights Committee

12/6/2016 4:35:28 PM

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Page


Assets

1020.00

OPERATIONS & MAINTENAN

4,787.20

1030.00

FCB CD-.80% 07/13

513,185.69

1040.00

Florida Community Bank-CD 2.

563,633.27

1070.00

CASH CHANGE FUND

3,100.00

1080.00

PETTY CASH FUND

300.00

1170.00

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

571,718.33

1182.00

A/R DEVELOPER REVIEWS

5,001.38

1185.00

A/R - EMPLOYEE MISC.

77.70

1201.00

Revenue Account

244,145.32

1202.00

Operations & Maintenance Acc

190,279.93

1205.00

Special Restricted Reserve Acc

232,774.67

1209.00

Money Market Account

6,262,184.63

1210.00

Construction Account

2,561.04

1212.00

Customer Security Deposit Acc

1,159,842.50

1213.00

Bond & Interest Fund Account

1,631,060.74

1214.00

Wastewater Construction Acco

3,108.73

1215.00

FDEP CONSTRUCTION ACCO

2,499.99

1216.00

FDEP-Loan Debt Servce Accou

24,788.92

1217.00

Assessment Account

161,926.37

1230.00

ASSESSMENTS RECEIVABLE

901,065.26

1260.00

INVENTORY-Dept 10

357,971.35

1265.00

INVENTORY-Dept 50

24,993.07

1300.00

LAND

2,563,467.31

1310.00

BUILDINGS

51,542.12

1320.00

BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

29,664.08

1325.00

COMPUTER SYSTEM

121,250.15

1330.00

GENERAL PLANT & OFFICE E

1,800,015.78

1350.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - METE

2,599,519.24

1370.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - MAIN

5,620,834.27

1380.00

EASEMENT ACQUISITION

82,473.68

1390.00

SEWER COLLECTION

12,354,585.28

1395.00

ARROWHEAD DISTRIBUTION

1,513,321.64

1400.00

ARROWHEAD WATER

1,262,323.74

1430.00

AUTOS & TRUCKS

1,298,429.70

1450.00

WELL & WELL FIELDS

223,988.36

1470.00

SERVICE CONNECTIONS

127,549.60

1490.00

PUMP HOUSE - STRUCTURA

67,032.46

1510.00

PUMP HOUSE - MECHANICA

32,029.00

1530.00

RESERVOIR & AERATOR

590,080.77

1560.00

ELECTRICAL

70,238.59

1580.00

FENCING

129,984.42

1600.00

TURBINE PUMPS - 4"

4,807.26

1610.00

TURBINE PUMPS - 6"

15,684.00

1650.00

CARSON RD WATER TREATM

3,399,060.75

1657.00

Lift Station X2 & Force Main

399,149.48

1658.00

Lift Station K

54,983.53

1660.00

PLANT STORAGE & EQUIPM

3,045.00

1661.00

Lift Station W-Force Main

131,516.36

1670.00

MASTER UTILITY PLAN

68,085.00

1680.00

UTILITY STORAGE BUILDING

14,299.99

1690.00

AIRPORT WELL

115,379.02

1691.00

Airport Addition-2010

50,137.00

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Assets

1020.00

OPERATIONS & MAINTENAN

4,787.20

1030.00

FCB CD-.80% 07/13

513,185.69

1040.00

Florida Community Bank-CD 2.

563,633.27

1070.00

CASH CHANGE FUND

3,100.00

1080.00

PETTY CASH FUND

300.00

1170.00

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

571,718.33

1182.00

A/R DEVELOPER REVIEWS

5,001.38

1185.00

A/R - EMPLOYEE MISC.

77.70

1201.00

Revenue Account

244,145.32

1202.00

Operations & Maintenance Acc

190,279.93

1205.00

Special Restricted Reserve Acc

232,774.67

1209.00

Money Market Account

6,262,184.63

1210.00

Construction Account

2,561.04

1212.00

Customer Security Deposit Acc

1,159,842.50

1213.00

Bond & Interest Fund Account

1,631,060.74

1214.00

Wastewater Construction Acco

3,108.73

1215.00

FDEP CONSTRUCTION ACCO

2,499.99

1216.00

FDEP-Loan Debt Servce Accou

24,788.92

1217.00

Assessment Account

161,926.37

1230.00

ASSESSMENTS RECEIVABLE

901,065.26

1260.00

INVENTORY-Dept 10

357,971.35

1265.00

INVENTORY-Dept 50

24,993.07

1300.00

LAND

2,563,467.31

1310.00

BUILDINGS

51,542.12

1320.00

BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

29,664.08

1325.00

COMPUTER SYSTEM

121,250.15

1330.00

GENERAL PLANT & OFFICE E

1,800,015.78

1350.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - METE

2,599,519.24

1370.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - MAIN

5,620,834.27

1380.00

EASEMENT ACQUISITION

82,473.68

1390.00

SEWER COLLECTION

12,354,585.28

1395.00

ARROWHEAD DISTRIBUTION

1,513,321.64

1400.00

ARROWHEAD WATER

1,262,323.74

1430.00

AUTOS & TRUCKS

1,298,429.70

1450.00

WELL & WELL FIELDS

223,988.36

1470.00

SERVICE CONNECTIONS

127,549.60

1490.00

PUMP HOUSE - STRUCTURA

67,032.46

1510.00

PUMP HOUSE - MECHANICA

32,029.00

1530.00

RESERVOIR & AERATOR

590,080.77

1560.00

ELECTRICAL

70,238.59

1580.00

FENCING

129,984.42

1600.00

TURBINE PUMPS - 4"

4,807.26

1610.00

TURBINE PUMPS - 6"

15,684.00

1650.00

CARSON RD WATER TREATM

3,399,060.75

1657.00

Lift Station X2 & Force Main

399,149.48

1658.00

Lift Station K

54,983.53

1660.00

PLANT STORAGE & EQUIPM

3,045.00

1661.00

Lift Station W-Force Main

131,516.36

1670.00

MASTER UTILITY PLAN

68,085.00

1680.00

UTILITY STORAGE BUILDING

14,299.99

1690.00

AIRPORT WELL

115,379.02

1691.00

Airport Addition-2010

50,137.00

1

Draft - Unaudited

1700.00

LANDSCAPING

15,535.22

1710.00

CARSON ROAD WELL

12,775.39

1720.00

DRIVEWAYS

10,345.00

1730.00

WATER PLANT EXPANSION

170,819.47

1740.00

1,000 G.P.M. AERATOR

5,743.87

1760.00

WESTCLOX EXTENSION

87,996.31

1770.00

SEWER TREATMENT PLANT

11,822,802.91

1771.00

WWTP Monitoring Wells

51,290.05

1772.00

Clarifier Rehab Design Phase

50,500.00

1773.00

Sewer Rehab Design Phase 3

90,770.50

1780.00

EFFLUENT DISPOSAL

3,686,991.44

1796.00

PLANT EXPANSION 96

1,414,432.20

1797.00

PLANT EXPANSION 97

1,722,570.94

1798.00

PLANT EXPANSION 98

22,560.16

1799.00

PLANT EXPANSION

2,564,904.62

1800.00

MANHOLE SYSTEM

154,862.00

1810.00

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATI

(31,169,272.16)

1861.00

Various LIftstation Improvemen

128,511.07

1862.00

Class A Sludge Process

2,065,485.03

1865.00

WASTEWATER PLANT EXPA

59,225.00

1870.00

DIW PROJECT

5,351,162.76

1871.00

DIW Piping Modifications 2015

182,956.80

1875.00

DISINFECTION SYSTEM IMPR

316,724.71

1876.00

CSI-AC Main & Undersized Ma

169,028.01

1877.00

Master Plan Asset

98,367.50

1878.00

CSI-DEP SRF Water Stimulus

3,458,342.80

1880.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-1

997,269.25

1890.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-II

325,361.08

1891.00

IWSD Reclaimed

27,026.00

3250.00

ALLOWANCE FOR DOUBTFU

(83,709.79)

Draft - Unaudited

1700.00

LANDSCAPING

15,535.22

1710.00

CARSON ROAD WELL

12,775.39

1720.00

DRIVEWAYS

10,345.00

1730.00

WATER PLANT EXPANSION

170,819.47

1740.00

1,000 G.P.M. AERATOR

5,743.87

1760.00

WESTCLOX EXTENSION

87,996.31

1770.00

SEWER TREATMENT PLANT

11,822,802.91

1771.00

WWTP Monitoring Wells

51,290.05

1772.00

Clarifier Rehab Design Phase

50,500.00

1773.00

Sewer Rehab Design Phase 3

90,770.50

1780.00

EFFLUENT DISPOSAL

3,686,991.44

1796.00

PLANT EXPANSION 96

1,414,432.20

1797.00

PLANT EXPANSION 97

1,722,570.94

1798.00

PLANT EXPANSION 98

22,560.16

1799.00

PLANT EXPANSION

2,564,904.62

1800.00

MANHOLE SYSTEM

154,862.00

1810.00

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATI

(31,169,272.16)

1861.00

Various LIftstation Improvemen

128,511.07

1862.00

Class A Sludge Process

2,065,485.03

1865.00

WASTEWATER PLANT EXPA

59,225.00

1870.00

DIW PROJECT

5,351,162.76

1871.00

DIW Piping Modifications 2015

182,956.80

1875.00

DISINFECTION SYSTEM IMPR

316,724.71

1876.00

CSI-AC Main & Undersized Ma

169,028.01

1877.00

Master Plan Asset

98,367.50

1878.00

CSI-DEP SRF Water Stimulus

3,458,342.80

1880.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-1

997,269.25

1890.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-II

325,361.08

1891.00

IWSD Reclaimed

27,026.00

3250.00

ALLOWANCE FOR DOUBTFU

(83,709.79)

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Total Assets $51,466,861.81

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Liabilities


2100.00

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

787,914.17

2200.00

WAGES PAYABLE

112,093.62

2201.00

FICA TAXES PAYABLE

(454.60)

2203.00

VACATION TIME PAYABLE

115,389.25

2210.00

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - PAYR

(42,143.19)

2350.00

INSURANCE DEDUCTIONS

(382.50)

2390.00

ACCRUED INTEREST - FHA

54,855.44

2400.00

CUSTOMER DEPOSITS

1,167,644.00

2600.00

BOND SERIES A

450,000.00

2650.00

LOAN PAYABLE - BOND SERI

157,000.00

2670.00

LOAN PAYABLE-FHA AIRPOR

264,969.00

2680.00

LOAN PAYABLE - SERIES 199

3,109,000.00

2726.00

LOAN PAYABLE-DEP SRF WA

600,995.15

2800.00

BOND SERIES 1989

2,307,000.00

2810.00

BOND SERIES 1990

154,000.00

2820.00

SERIES 1998 BONDS

613,000.00

2830.00

BOND SERIES 2001

1,850,000.00

2835.00

USDA BOND SERIES 2008

3,077,000.00

2840.00

USDA Bond 2013

4,835,000.00


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Total Liabilities


Equity

$19,612,880.34

3000.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL - FH

9,982,996.83

3001.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL-DEP

2,324,845.00

3002.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL-USD

3,425,300.00

3003.00 Contributed Capital-Arrowhead

1,060,900.00

3005.00 AMORT OF CONTRIBUTED C

(2,501,453.00)

3050.00 MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE

1,253,547.75

3060.00 Accumulated Maintenance Res

2,143,096.48

3100.00 CONTRIBUTIONS IN AID OF C

5,554,687.67

3120.00 CONTRIBUTIONS - IMPACT F

19,502.38

3150.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL ASS

444,133.45

3199.00 AMORT OF CUST CAPITAL

(840,000.00)

3200.00 SURPLUS - RETAINED EARNI

3,779,061.88

3210.00 Emergency Reserve

960,000.00

3220.00 Operating Reserve

3,300,690.00

3230.00 Vehicle Replacement Reserve

259,086.00

3240.00 Capital Equipment Reserve

192,367.00

Net Income / (Loss)

$495,220.03

Net Worth

$31,853,981.47



Total Liabilities and Net Worth


$51,466,861.81

=======================

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Assets

1020.00

OPERATIONS & MAINTENAN

4,787.20

1030.00

FCB CD-.80% 07/13

513,185.69

1040.00

Florida Community Bank-CD 2.

563,633.27

1070.00

CASH CHANGE FUND

3,100.00

1080.00

PETTY CASH FUND

300.00

1170.00

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

635,392.50

1182.00

A/R DEVELOPER REVIEWS

5,001.38

1185.00

A/R - EMPLOYEE MISC.

77.70

1201.00

Revenue Account

117,783.97

1202.00

Operations & Maintenance Acc

232,121.07

1205.00

Special Restricted Reserve Acc

232,774.67

1209.00

Money Market Account

6,062,184.63

1210.00

Construction Account

2,561.04

1212.00

Customer Security Deposit Acc

1,167,644.00

1213.00

Bond & Interest Fund Account

1,741,559.66

1214.00

Wastewater Construction Acco

3,108.73

1215.00

FDEP CONSTRUCTION ACCO

2,499.99

1216.00

FDEP-Loan Debt Servce Accou

4,540.95

1217.00

Assessment Account

162,366.39

1230.00

ASSESSMENTS RECEIVABLE

900,625.24

1260.00

INVENTORY-Dept 10

327,731.07

1265.00

INVENTORY-Dept 50

24,993.07

1300.00

LAND

2,563,467.31

1310.00

BUILDINGS

51,542.12

1320.00

BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

29,664.08

1325.00

COMPUTER SYSTEM

121,250.15

1330.00

GENERAL PLANT & OFFICE E

1,805,621.91

1350.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - METE

2,620,224.78

1370.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - MAIN

5,620,834.27

1380.00

EASEMENT ACQUISITION

82,473.68

1390.00

SEWER COLLECTION

12,354,585.28

1395.00

ARROWHEAD DISTRIBUTION

1,513,321.64

1400.00

ARROWHEAD WATER

1,262,323.74

1430.00

AUTOS & TRUCKS

1,298,429.70

1450.00

WELL & WELL FIELDS

223,988.36

1470.00

SERVICE CONNECTIONS

127,549.60

1490.00

PUMP HOUSE - STRUCTURA

67,032.46

1510.00

PUMP HOUSE - MECHANICA

32,029.00

1530.00

RESERVOIR & AERATOR

590,080.77

1560.00

ELECTRICAL

70,238.59

1580.00

FENCING

150,408.42

1600.00

TURBINE PUMPS - 4"

4,807.26

1610.00

TURBINE PUMPS - 6"

15,684.00

1650.00

CARSON RD WATER TREATM

3,399,060.75

1657.00

Lift Station X2 & Force Main

399,149.48

1658.00

Lift Station K

54,983.53

1660.00

PLANT STORAGE & EQUIPM

3,045.00

1661.00

Lift Station W-Force Main

131,516.36

1670.00

MASTER UTILITY PLAN

68,085.00

1680.00

UTILITY STORAGE BUILDING

14,299.99

1690.00

AIRPORT WELL

115,379.02

1691.00

Airport Addition-2010

50,137.00


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1700.00

LANDSCAPING

15,535.22

1710.00

CARSON ROAD WELL

12,775.39

1720.00

DRIVEWAYS

10,345.00

1730.00

WATER PLANT EXPANSION

170,819.47

1740.00

1,000 G.P.M. AERATOR

5,743.87

1760.00

WESTCLOX EXTENSION

87,996.31

1770.00

SEWER TREATMENT PLANT

11,822,802.91

1771.00

WWTP Monitoring Wells

51,290.05

1772.00

Clarifier Rehab Design Phase

50,500.00

1773.00

Sewer Rehab Design Phase 3

90,770.50

1780.00

EFFLUENT DISPOSAL

3,686,991.44

1796.00

PLANT EXPANSION 96

1,414,432.20

1797.00

PLANT EXPANSION 97

1,722,570.94

1798.00

PLANT EXPANSION 98

22,560.16

1799.00

PLANT EXPANSION

2,564,904.62

1800.00

MANHOLE SYSTEM

154,862.00

1810.00

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATI

(31,169,272.16)

1861.00

Various LIftstation Improvemen

128,511.07

1862.00

Class A Sludge Process

2,065,485.03

1865.00

WASTEWATER PLANT EXPA

59,225.00

1870.00

DIW PROJECT

5,351,162.76

1871.00

DIW Piping Modifications 2015

182,956.80

1875.00

DISINFECTION SYSTEM IMPR

316,724.71

1876.00

CSI-AC Main & Undersized Ma

169,028.01

1877.00

Master Plan Asset

98,367.50

1878.00

CSI-DEP SRF Water Stimulus

3,458,342.80

1880.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-1

997,269.25

1890.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-II

325,361.08

1891.00

IWSD Reclaimed

27,026.00

3250.00

ALLOWANCE FOR DOUBTFU

(83,709.79)


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Total Assets $51,360,563.61

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Liabilities


2100.00

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

344,934.82

2200.00

WAGES PAYABLE

102,919.09

2201.00

FICA TAXES PAYABLE

(454.60)

2203.00

VACATION TIME PAYABLE

115,389.25

2210.00

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - PAYR

(41,674.37)

2350.00

INSURANCE DEDUCTIONS

(382.50)

2390.00

ACCRUED INTEREST - FHA

54,855.44

2400.00

CUSTOMER DEPOSITS

1,186,978.50

2600.00

BOND SERIES A

450,000.00

2650.00

LOAN PAYABLE - BOND SERI

157,000.00

2670.00

LOAN PAYABLE-FHA AIRPOR

264,969.00

2680.00

LOAN PAYABLE - SERIES 199

3,109,000.00

2726.00

LOAN PAYABLE-DEP SRF WA

584,468.54

2800.00

BOND SERIES 1989

2,307,000.00

2810.00

BOND SERIES 1990

154,000.00

2820.00

SERIES 1998 BONDS

613,000.00

2830.00

BOND SERIES 2001

1,850,000.00

2835.00

USDA BOND SERIES 2008

3,077,000.00

2840.00

USDA Bond 2013

4,835,000.00


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Total Liabilities

$19,164,003.17

Equity

3000.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL - FH

9,982,996.83

3001.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL-DEP

2,324,845.00

3002.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL-USD

3,425,300.00

3003.00 Contributed Capital-Arrowhead

1,060,900.00

3005.00 AMORT OF CONTRIBUTED C

(2,501,453.00)

3050.00 MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE

1,257,647.75

3060.00 Accumulated Maintenance Res

2,143,096.48

3100.00 CONTRIBUTIONS IN AID OF C

5,554,687.67

3120.00 CONTRIBUTIONS - IMPACT F

19,502.38

3150.00 CONTRIBUTED CAPITAL ASS

444,133.45

3199.00 AMORT OF CUST CAPITAL

(840,000.00)

3200.00 SURPLUS - RETAINED EARNI

3,779,061.88

3210.00 Emergency Reserve

960,000.00

3220.00 Operating Reserve

3,300,690.00

3230.00 Vehicle Replacement Reserve

259,086.00

3240.00 Capital Equipment Reserve

192,367.00

Net Income / (Loss)

$833,699.00

Net Worth

$32,196,560.44



Total Liabilities and Net Worth


$51,360,563.61

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2015-2016 INVESTMENT CASH SUMMARY

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11/22/16



LESS:

MINIMUM ACCT BALANCE


- EXPECTED OUTFLOWS


TO OPERATIONS & MAINT. FUND

234,988.80


12,000.00


AVAILABLE CASH: 222,988.80


0.00


CK#


TO MONEY MARKET FUND - EXCESS FUNDS OTHER - TO ACCRUE MONTHLY BOND/INTEREST

OTHER - TO ACCRUE MONTHLY FDEP BONO/INTEREST OTHER TO ACCRUE CUSTOMER SECURITY DEPOSIT

OTHER TO ACCRUE SPECIAL ASSMNT

0.00


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ENDING BALANCE: 100,638.78



1202.00 OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FUND

BALANCE: 72,299.25

***********

LESS:

MINIMUM ACCT BALANCE 20,000.00


AVAILABLE CASH:

52,299.25


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+ EXPECTED INFLOWS


DEP#

FROM REVENUE FUND

0.00

OTHER OTHER (MONEY MARKET)

0.00

OTHER (DEBT SERVICE ACCOUNT)

0.00

OTHER (BOND & INT. SINKING FUND)

0.00


- EXPECTED OUTFLOWS

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CK#

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE/ PAYROLL

0.00

VARIOUS

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OTHER (SPECIFY)



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ENDING BALANCE:


52,299.25

1202.00 OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FUND

BALANCE: 72,299.25

***********

LESS:

MINIMUM ACCT BALANCE 20,000.00


AVAILABLE CASH:

52,299.25


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+ EXPECTED INFLOWS


DEP#

FROM REVENUE FUND

0.00

OTHER OTHER (MONEY MARKET)

0.00

OTHER (DEBT SERVICE ACCOUNT)

0.00

OTHER (BOND & INT. SINKING FUND)

0.00


- EXPECTED OUTFLOWS

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CK#

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE/ PAYROLL

0.00

VARIOUS

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OTHER (SPECIFY)



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ENDING BALANCE:


52,299.25

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V 2015-2016 INVESTMENT CASH SUMMARY

CUSTOMER SECURITY DEPOSIT FUND


11/22/16

BALANCE: LESS:

MINIMUM ACCT BALANCE


+ EXPECTED INFLOWS

1,159,842.50


0.00


AVAILABLE CASH: 1,159,842.50


10/31/2016 Balance on GL {2400.00) DEP#


FROM REVENUE ACCT TO ADJUST TO ACTUAL OTHER INCOME (FROM MONEY MKT FUND)


- EXPECTED OUTFLOWS


FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR OPEAATIONS/SUPPUES

OTHER- TO MONEY MARKET TO ADJUST TO ACTUAL

1,167,644.00


TOTAL:


TOTAL:


CK#

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00


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ENDING BALANCE: 1,167,644.00


1205.00 SPECIAL RESTRICTED RESERVE (DEEP INJECTION WELL)

BALANCE:

232,774.67

LESS:

0

MINIMUM ACCT BALANCE

0.00


AVAILABLE CASH:

232,774.67


+ EXPECTED INFLOWS

DEP#

INTEREST EARNED

0.00

OTHER INCOME

0.00

TOTAL:

0.00


- EXPECTED OUTFLOWS

CK#

FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS

0.00

FOR OPERATIONS/SUPPUES

OTHER TO O&M ACCT

0.00

TOTAL:

0.00


ENDING BALANCE:


232,774.67

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V 2015-2016 INVESTMENT CASH SUMMARY

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T SINKING FUND

1,631,060.74


11/22/16


CONSISTS OF: PRINCIPLE 1/12 MONTHLY JUN, JUL, AUG, SEP


INTEREST 1/12 MONTHLY JUN, JUL, AUG, SEP


PRIOR YEAR RESERVES

SERIES A SERIES B SERIES 1985

SERIES 1989

SERIES 1990

SERIES 1996

SERIES 1998

SERIES 2001

SERIES 2008 SERIES2013 SEAIE·s 2018

TO RESTRICTED RESERVE CURRENT RESERVES

JUN, JUL, AUG, SEP


175,166.66


234,766.26


151,008.00

20,592.00

37,680.00

404,518.00

27,931.00

426,868.00

31,500.00 -----

52,250.00 OTAL RESERVED

146,976.00

63,333.33

0.00

(165,900.00), , ·' " · 7· · ·' ',-----

23,694.66 ,_ _,_D l F F=E R=EccNccC=EI


INTEREST EARNED

OVERACCRUED


676.83 TOTAL:


1,631,060.74


+ EXPECTED INFLOWS


FROM REVENUE FUND

FROM SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND FROM MONEY MARKET FUND

OTHER - From Debt Service Account


- EXPECTED OUTFLOWS FOR DEBT SERVICE

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND OTHER


ENDING BALANCE:


0.00


CK#


0.00


1,741,559.66


ACCRUALS NEEDED

16-Nov Adjustment

TOTAL

1/12 PRINCIPLE

44,833.33

o.oo

44,833.33

1/12 INTEREST -

57,692.75

o.qo

57,692.75

RESERVE

8,649.67

0.00

8,649.67

. LESS INT EARNED (THIS ACCT)

676.83

(676.83)

PLUS ACCRUAL FOR MISC

0.00

0.00


111,852.58

o.oo


110,498.92


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2015-2016 INVESTMENT CASH SUMMARY


491.35


-·---=- -- =-·---. --­

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CONSISTS OF: PRINCIPLE

MAY, JUN, JULY, AUG, SEP, OCT, NOV, DEC, 207,705.15


SEP, OCT, NOV, DEC, JAN,FEB, MAR, APR, MAY, JUN, JUL

Less payment made (204,495.61)

INTEREST 1/12 MONTHLY

MAY, JUN, JULY, AUG, SEP, OCT, NOV, DEC, 59,597.28

Less payment made

(62,777.66)

Prior Interest earned

330.74

INTEREST EARNED

462.19


+ EXPECTED INFLOWS

Less payment made

(62,777.66)

Prior Interest earned

330.74

INTEREST EARNED

462.19


+ EXPECTED INFLOWS

JAN, FEB, MAR, APA, MAY, JUN, JUL, AUG, SEP, OCT, NOV, DEC, JAN, FEB, MAR, APR, MAY, JUN, JUL, AUG SEP,OCT, NOV, DEC, JAN, FEB, MAR, APR, MAY, JUN,JUL


FROM REVENUE FUND

FROM SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND FROM MONEY MARKET FUND

OTHER - From Debt Service Account


11/22/16


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- EXPECTED OUTFLOWS


FOR DEBT SERVICE OTHER


By April 15 BY Nov 15

18,879.63 18,879.63



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CK#


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SEMIANNUAL PAYMENT

-- §_,_41!: ..

24,297.57

. 5,41_7:9_4 24,297.57


ENDING

Principle Interest

'.s"efutMfiU*r

Principle

Interest

10,492.02

3,168.17 ANNUAL

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8,387.61 ACCRUALS NEEDED

2,249:77

MONTHLY

3146.61

902.99

4049.60


3146.605

902.99

4049.60

BALANCE:

4,540.95

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P 419,680.95

10,492.02 1/12 INTEREST -

902.99

o.oo

902.99

126,726.79

3,168.17 RESERVE

0.00

0.00

0.00

P 335,504.22

8,387.61 LESS INT EARNED (THIS ACCT)

0.00

0.00

I 89,990.80

2,249.77 PLUS ACCRUAL FOR MISC

0.00

0.00

4,049.60

0.00

4,049.60


P 419,680.95

10,492.02 1/12 INTEREST -

902.99

o.oo

902.99

126,726.79

3,168.17 RESERVE

0.00

0.00

0.00

P 335,504.22

8,387.61 LESS INT EARNED (THIS ACCT)

0.00

0.00

I 89,990.80

2,249.77 PLUS ACCRUAL FOR MISC

0.00

0.00

4,049.60

0.00

4,049.60

1/6 PRINCIPLE

  1. Nov Adjustment 3,146.61 0.00

    TOTAL

    3,146.61

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    1217.00 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND .

    BALANCE 161,926.37


    CONSISTS OF:

    MINIMUM ACCOUNT BALANCE

    INTEREST EARNED 1,396.77

    ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED 160,529.60


    + EXPECTED INFLOWS


    DEPOSITS INTEREST EARNED OTHER MMA


    - EXPECTED OUTFLOWS


    DEP#



    ASSESSMENT PRINCIPLE PAID 0.00 0.00

    I


    OTHER TOMMA 0.00


    ENDING BALANCE: 161,926.37


    ,


    1210.00 CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT

    DATE BALANCE 2,561.04


    CONSISTS OF:

    MINIMUM ACCOUNT BALANCE 2,500.00

    INTEREST EARNED 485.67

    LESS (ARDAMAN INV.) FEES

    LOAN BOND

    TRANSFER IN/REVENUE 0.00

    STEVENS & LAYTON -102,685.24

    GRANT REIMBURSED .2_78,964.48

    GRANT TRANSFERRED OUT TO MMA -19,086.97

    Wright & AECOM PMTS+ MAJ -157,616.90 TRANSFER IN

    + EXPECTED INFLOWS


    DEPOSITS INTEREST EARNED OTHER MMA


    DEP#

    0


    - EXPECTED OUTFLOWS


    MOVE OUT EXCESS MONEY TO PUT AT 2500 MINIMUM


    » 0.00

    w


    OTHER INTEREST


    ENDING BALANCE: 2,561.04

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    1214.00 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT- USDA

    DATE BALANCE 3.108.73


    CONSISTS OF:

    MINIMUM ACCOUNT BALANCE 2,500.00

    INTEREST EARNED 674.50

    FEES

    USDA GRANT 2,345,623.31

    USDA LOAN 731,306.65

    KENNETH THOMPSON GRANT REIMBURSED

    GRANT TRANSFERRED OUT MMA -21,985.76

    FLORIDA DESIGN/STEVENS & LAYTON/GREELEY -3,079,929.97

    TRANSFER IN 24:920.00

    + EXPECTED INFLOWS


    DEPOSITS 0.00

    INTEREST EARNED OTHER MMA


    DEP#

    0


    - EXPECTED OUTFLOWS

    ' MOVE OUT EXCESS MONEY TO PUT AT 2500 MINIMUM 0.00

    » 0.00

    'I"


    OTHER INTEREST


    ENDING BALANCE: 3,108.73


    1215.00 CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT -FDEP

    DATE BALANCE 2,499.99


    CONSISTS OF:

    MINIMUM ACCOUNT BALANCE

    INTEREST EARNED 0.00

    FEES LOAN BOND

    KENNETH THOMPSON

    GRANT REIMBURSED 3,063,270.00

    GRANT TRANSFERRED OUT

    MAJ/AECOM -3,181,477.93

    TRANSFER IN 120,707.92

    + EXPECTED INFLOWS


    DEPOSITS INTEREST EARNED OTHER MMA


    DEP#

    0

    - EXPECTED OUTFLOWS MOVE OUT EXCESS MONEY TO PUT AT 2sOo MINIMUM 0.00

    » o.oo

    w


    OTHER INTEREST


    ENDING BALANCE: 2,499.99

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    Date:

    --i 11/22/2016

    PRINCIPLE

    538,000.00

    INTEREST

    692,313.00

    RESERVE.

    103,796.00

    PRINCIPLE

    538,000.00

    INTEREST

    692,313.00

    RESERVE.

    103,796.00

    -v?t-;

    KJ 1 JN

    10/01/16-10/31/16

    10/01/16-10/31/16


    Actual


    Budget

    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 10/15


    Actual


    Budget

    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 10/15

    Revenue from Operations

    4000.00

    SALES - WATER

    $ 219,776

    $ 231,591

    $ (11,815)

    $ 202,283

    $ 219,776

    $ 231,591

    $ (11,815)

    $ 202,283

    4010.00

    SALES - SEWER

    380,507

    398,037

    (17,530)

    354,904

    380,507

    398,037

    (17,530)

    354,904

    4020.00

    METER SERVICE CHARGE

    50,091

    50,178

    (87)

    48,248

    50,091

    50,178

    (87)

    48,248

    4030.00

    LATE FEES

    7,145

    8,818

    (1,673)

    8,090

    7,145

    8,818

    (1,673)

    8,090

    4050.00

    RECONNECTION & TRANSFER FEES

    8,670

    4,167

    4,503

    7,920

    8,670

    4,167

    4,503

    7,920

    4070.00

    INTEREST INCOME

    4,642

    4,167

    475

    4,234

    4,642

    4,167

    475

    4,234

    4071.00

    ARROWHEAD ASSESSMENT INCOME

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4080.00

    CAPITAL CREDITS-ELECT COOP.

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4090.00

    ASSESSMENT FORECLOSURE FEES

    0

    453

    (453)

    0

    -

    453

    (453)

    -

    4095.00

    HYDRANT FEES

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4100.00

    MISCELLANEOUS INCOME

    2,043

    4,167

    (2,124)

    1,729

    2,043

    4,167

    (2,124)

    1,729

    4105.00

    GAIN/LOSS

    0

    (2,083)

    2,083

    0

    -

    (2,083)

    2,083

    -

    4106.00

    CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL FEE

    25,357

    26,287

    (930)

    24,858

    25,357

    26,287

    (930)

    24,858

    4110.00

    CELLULAR TOWER LEASE

    3,697

    3,856

    (159)

    4,374

    3,697

    3,856

    (159)

    4,374

    4120.00

    FORFEITED SECURITY DEPOSITS

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4125.00

    INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4130.00

    FORFEITED 401A

    160

    0

    160

    0

    160

    -

    160

    -

    4131.00

    GRANT INCOME/FEDERAL

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4132.00

    MASTER PLAN CONTRIBUTION

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4133.00

    TRAINING GRANT INCOME

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    Total Revenue

    $ 702,088

    $ 729,638

    $ (27,550)

    $ 656,640

    $ 702,088

    $ 729,638

    $ (27,550)

    $ 656,640


    OPERATING EXPENSES:

    Water Department 10 - Expenses

    $ 223,719

    $ 167,709

    $ 56,010

    $ 206,711

    $ 223,719

    $ 167,709

    $ 56,010

    $ 206,711

    Wastewater Department 20 - Expenses

    236,177

    144,894

    91,283

    192,472

    236,177

    144,894

    91,283

    192,472

    Wastewater Collection - Department 30 Expenses

    79,063

    69,733

    9,330

    69,259

    79,063

    69,733

    9,330

    69,259

    Administration Department 40 Expenses

    144,050

    120,907

    23,358

    119,366

    144,050

    120,907

    23,143

    119,366

    Maintenance Department 50 - Expenses

    34,168

    55,667

    (21,499)

    33,974

    34,168

    55,667

    (21,499)

    33,974

    Miscellaneous Expenses

    $156,833

    $221,188

    ($64,355)

    $151,730

    156,833

    221,188

    (64,355)

    151,730

    Total Operating Expenses

    $ 874,010

    $ 780,098

    $ 94,127

    $ 773,511

    $ 874,010

    $ 780,098

    $ 93,912

    $773,511

    Accruals for Principle Payments

    $ 89,666

    $ 89,666

    $ -

    $ 89,666

    $ 89,666

    $ -

    Net Surplus (Deficit)

    $ (261,588)

    $ (140,127)

    $ (121,676)

    $ (116,871)

    $ (261,588)

    $ (140,127)

    $ (121,461)

    $ (116,871)


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    Water Department 10 - Expenses

    5000.10

    SALARIES & WAGES - WTP

    5002.10

    OVERTIME WAGES - WTP

    5006.10

    FICA - WTP

    5060.10

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    5090.10

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    5095.10

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    5098.10

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    5155.10

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    5180.10

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    5220.10

    ELECTRIC

    5250.10

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    5255.10

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    5260.10

    OTHER INSURANCE

    5282.10

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    5287.10

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    5300.10

    VEHICLE FUEL

    5310.10

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    5520.10

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    5580.10

    CHEMICALS

    5582.10

    OTHER MATERIALS

    5585.10

    LABORATORY FEES

    5600.10

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    5605.10

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    Total Department 10 Expenses

    $ 223,719 $ 167,709 $

    56,010 $ 206,711

    $ 223,719 $

    167,709 $

    56,010

    $ 206,711


    $ 50,715

    $ 58,505

    $ (7,790)

    $ 25,252

    3,436

    7,175

    (3,739)

    1,263

    4,152

    5,025

    (873)

    2,060

    0

    87

    (87)

    1

    4,801

    3,510

    1,291

    1,039

    14,861

    20,542

    (5,681)

    14,652

    0

    3,415

    (3,415)

    6,297

    847

    2,167

    (1,320)

    3,931

    458

    702

    (244)

    448

    10,595

    14,821

    (4,226)

    9,279

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    9,489

    833

    8,656

    8,925

    78,291

    7,621

    70,670

    81,656

    7,597

    12,528

    (4,931)

    12,058

    2,161

    2,228

    (67)

    1,880

    1,697

    2,221

    (524)

    1,608

    124

    1,817

    (1,693)

    671

    100

    357

    (257)

    0

    6,511

    8,728

    (2,217)

    9,314

    7,578

    10,984

    (3,406)

    6,540

    1,584

    2,340

    (756)

    1,875

    259

    325

    (66)

    0

    0

    106

    (106)

    51

    $ 50,715

    $ 58,505

    $ (7,790)

    $ 25,252

    3,436

    7,175

    (3,739)

    1,263

    4,152

    5,025

    (873)

    2,060

    0

    87

    (87)

    1

    4,801

    3,510

    1,291

    1,039

    14,861

    20,542

    (5,681)

    14,652

    0

    3,415

    (3,415)

    6,297

    847

    2,167

    (1,320)

    3,931

    458

    702

    (244)

    448

    10,595

    14,821

    (4,226)

    9,279

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    9,489

    833

    8,656

    8,925

    78,291

    7,621

    70,670

    81,656

    7,597

    12,528

    (4,931)

    12,058

    2,161

    2,228

    (67)

    1,880

    1,697

    2,221

    (524)

    1,608

    124

    1,817

    (1,693)

    671

    100

    357

    (257)

    0

    6,511

    8,728

    (2,217)

    9,314

    7,578

    10,984

    (3,406)

    6,540

    1,584

    2,340

    (756)

    1,875

    259

    325

    (66)

    0

    0

    106

    (106)

    51

    $ 50,715

    $ 58,505

    $ (7,790)

    $ 25,252

    3,436

    7,175

    (3,739)

    1,263

    4,152

    5,025

    (873)

    2,060

    -

    87

    (87)

    1

    4,801

    3,510

    1,291

    1,039

    14,861

    20,542

    (5,681)

    14,652

    -

    3,415

    (3,415)

    6,297

    847

    2,167

    (1,320)

    3,931

    458

    702

    (244)

    448

    10,595

    14,821

    (4,226)

    9,279

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    9,489

    833

    8,656

    8,925

    78,291

    7,621

    70,670

    81,656

    7,597

    12,528

    (4,931)

    12,058

    2,161

    2,228

    (67)

    1,880

    1,697

    2,221

    (524)

    1,608

    124

    1,817

    (1,693)

    671

    100

    357

    (257)

    -

    6,511

    8,728

    (2,217)

    9,314

    7,578

    10,984

    (3,406)

    6,540

    1,584

    2,340

    (756)

    1,875

    259

    325

    (66)

    -

    -

    106

    (106)

    51

    $ 50,715

    $ 58,505

    $ (7,790)

    $ 25,252

    3,436

    7,175

    (3,739)

    1,263

    4,152

    5,025

    (873)

    2,060

    -

    87

    (87)

    1

    4,801

    3,510

    1,291

    1,039

    14,861

    20,542

    (5,681)

    14,652

    -

    3,415

    (3,415)

    6,297

    847

    2,167

    (1,320)

    3,931

    458

    702

    (244)

    448

    10,595

    14,821

    (4,226)

    9,279

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    9,489

    833

    8,656

    8,925

    78,291

    7,621

    70,670

    81,656

    7,597

    12,528

    (4,931)

    12,058

    2,161

    2,228

    (67)

    1,880

    1,697

    2,221

    (524)

    1,608

    124

    1,817

    (1,693)

    671

    100

    357

    (257)

    -

    6,511

    8,728

    (2,217)

    9,314

    7,578

    10,984

    (3,406)

    6,540

    1,584

    2,340

    (756)

    1,875

    259

    325

    (66)

    -

    -

    106

    (106)

    51

    *Wages expense was reduced to reflect capitalized labor for installation of new meters and replaced meters - $70 for YTD

    In this department, other materials is used for purchases of meters, meter boxes, lids, and other parts. At the end of the month, the GL asset account -Inventory is reduced based on work orders, or increased based on purchases. When the meter is installed, it is then moved to Fixed Assets - Meters.

    Vehicle maintenance includes expenses for stocking vehicle related inventory at the maintenance department.


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    Wastewater Department 20 - Expenses

    5000.20

    SALARIES & WAGES - WWTP

    $ 50,908

    $

    43,839

    $ 7,069

    $ 27,281

    5002.20

    OVERTIME WAGES - WWTP

    278

    2,226

    (1,948)

    5

    5006.20

    FICA - WWTP

    3,907

    3,524

    383

    2,060

    5060.20

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    -

    162

    (162)

    36

    5090.20

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    3,818

    2,630

    1,188

    883

    5095.20

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    10,437

    14,297

    (3,860)

    9,854

    5098.20

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    -

    2,395

    (2,395)

    3,727

    5155.20

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    1,355

    1,500

    (145)

    1,100

    5180.20

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    160

    309

    (149)

    110

    5220.20

    ELECTRIC

    14,905

    20,034

    (5,129)

    15,152

    5230.20

    SECTION 8 ELECTRIC

    244

    728

    (484)

    423

    5250.20

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    5255.20

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    4,067

    417

    3,650

    4,463

    5260.20

    OTHER INSURANCE

    73,686

    7,193

    66,493

    77,069

    5281.20

    SECTION 8 FIELD MAINTENANCE

    -

    1,338

    (1,338)

    -

    5282.20

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    31,459

    10,497

    20,962

    14,777

    5283.20

    SECTION 8 REPAIRS

    -

    1,209

    (1,209)

    -

    5287.20

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    1,833

    5,914

    (4,081)

    810

    5300.20

    VEHICLE FUEL

    448

    906

    (458)

    936

    5310.20

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    252

    1,220

    (968)

    530

    5520.20

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    -

    1,018

    (1,018)

    -

    5580.20

    CHEMICALS

    6,388

    6,191

    197

    4,143

    5582.20

    OTHER MATERIALS

    2,682

    4,181

    (1,499)

    3,583

    5585.20

    LABORATORY FEES

    3,549

    3,119

    430

    1,047

    5590.20

    RESIDUALS MANAGEMENT

    7,222

    8,122

    (900)

    6,534

    5600.20

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    116

    200

    (84)

    -

    5605.20

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    -

    53

    (53)

    38

    Total Department 20 Expenses

    $ 236,177 $ 144,894 $

    91,283 $ 192,472

    $ 236,177 $

    144,894

    91,283

    $ 192,472


    $ 50,908

    $ 43,839

    $ 7,069

    $ 27,281

    278

    2,226

    (1,948)

    5

    3,907

    3,524

    383

    2,060

    0

    162

    (162)

    36

    3,818

    2,630

    1,188

    883

    10,437

    14,297

    (3,860)

    9,854

    0

    2,395

    (2,395)

    3,727

    1,355

    1,500

    (145)

    1,100

    160

    309

    (149)

    110

    14,905

    20,034

    (5,129)

    15,152

    244

    728

    (484)

    423

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    4,067

    417

    3,650

    4,463

    73,686

    7,193

    66,493

    77,069

    0

    1,338

    (1,338)

    0

    31,459

    10,497

    20,962

    14,777

    0

    1,209

    (1,209)

    0

    1,833

    5,914

    (4,081)

    810

    448

    906

    (458)

    936

    252

    1,220

    (968)

    530

    0

    1,018

    (1,018)

    0

    6,388

    6,191

    197

    4,143

    2,682

    4,181

    (1,499)

    3,583

    3,549

    3,119

    430

    1,047

    7,222

    8,122

    (900)

    6,534

    116

    200

    (84)

    0

    53

    (53)

    38

    $ 50,908

    $ 43,839

    $ 7,069

    $ 27,281

    278

    2,226

    (1,948)

    5

    3,907

    3,524

    383

    2,060

    0

    162

    (162)

    36

    3,818

    2,630

    1,188

    883

    10,437

    14,297

    (3,860)

    9,854

    0

    2,395

    (2,395)

    3,727

    1,355

    1,500

    (145)

    1,100

    160

    309

    (149)

    110

    14,905

    20,034

    (5,129)

    15,152

    244

    728

    (484)

    423

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    4,067

    417

    3,650

    4,463

    73,686

    7,193

    66,493

    77,069

    0

    1,338

    (1,338)

    0

    31,459

    10,497

    20,962

    14,777

    0

    1,209

    (1,209)

    0

    1,833

    5,914

    (4,081)

    810

    448

    906

    (458)

    936

    252

    1,220

    (968)

    530

    0

    1,018

    (1,018)

    0

    6,388

    6,191

    197

    4,143

    2,682

    4,181

    (1,499)

    3,583

    3,549

    3,119

    430

    1,047

    7,222

    8,122

    (900)

    6,534

    116

    200

    (84)

    0

    53

    (53)

    38

    Vehicle maintenance also includes expenses for stocking vehicle related inventory at the maintenance department.

    Other materials includes expenses for gloves, paper towels, small tools, parts, etc. It will also include a portion of the costs to set up the storage area at the maintenance department.



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    Wastewater Collection - Department 30 Expenses

    5000.30

    SALARIES & WAGES - WWC

    $ 22,531

    $

    27,838

    $ (5,307)

    $ 13,176

    5002.30

    OVERTIME WAGES - WWC

    1,182

    2,898

    (1,716)

    827

    5006.30

    FICA- WWC

    1,825

    2,351

    (526)

    1,068

    5060.30

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    -

    74

    (74)

    1

    5090.30

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    2,242

    1,670

    572

    500

    5095.30

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    7,779

    9,936

    (2,157)

    6,738

    5098.30

    WORKERS COMPENSATION

    -

    1,598

    (1,598)

    2,330

    5155.30

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    (1,100)

    1,000

    (2,100)

    1,580

    5180.30

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    37

    179

    (142)

    51

    5220.30

    ELECTRIC

    609

    3,385

    (2,776)

    1,667

    5250.30

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    5255.30

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    5,423

    486

    4,937

    5,206

    5260.30

    OTHER INSURANCE

    1,151

    112

    1,039

    1,201

    5282.30

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    6,032

    5,871

    161

    8,170

    5287.30

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    165

    554

    (389)

    -

    5300.30

    VEHICLE FUEL

    773

    1,211

    (438)

    877

    5310.30

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    7,758

    4,069

    3,689

    1,907

    5520.30

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    -

    776

    (776)

    -

    5580.30

    CHEMICALS

    -

    146

    (146)

    -

    5582.30

    OTHER MATERIALS

    4,193

    3,722

    471

    5,923

    5600.30

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    -

    150

    (150)

    105

    5605.30

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    -

    35

    (35)

    21

    Total Department 30 Expenses

    $ 79,063 $

    69,733 $

    9,330 $ 69,259

    $ 79,063 $

    69,733

    $ 9,330

    $ 69,259


    $ 22,531

    $ 27,838

    $ (5,307)

    $ 13,176

    1,182

    2,898

    (1,716)

    827

    1,825

    2,351

    (526)

    1,068

    0

    74

    (74)

    1

    2,242

    1,670

    572

    500

    7,779

    9,936

    (2,157)

    6,738

    0

    1,598

    (1,598)

    2,330

    (1,100)

    1,000

    (2,100)

    1,580

    37

    179

    (142)

    51

    609

    3,385

    (2,776)

    1,667

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    5,423

    486

    4,937

    5,206

    1,151

    112

    1,039

    1,201

    6,032

    5,871

    161

    8,170

    165

    554

    (389)

    0

    773

    1,211

    (438)

    877

    7,758

    4,069

    3,689

    1,907

    0

    776

    (776)

    0

    0

    146

    (146)

    0

    4,193

    3,722

    471

    5,923

    0

    150

    (150)

    105

    0

    35

    (35)

    21

    $ 22,531

    $ 27,838

    $ (5,307)

    $ 13,176

    1,182

    2,898

    (1,716)

    827

    1,825

    2,351

    (526)

    1,068

    0

    74

    (74)

    1

    2,242

    1,670

    572

    500

    7,779

    9,936

    (2,157)

    6,738

    0

    1,598

    (1,598)

    2,330

    (1,100)

    1,000

    (2,100)

    1,580

    37

    179

    (142)

    51

    609

    3,385

    (2,776)

    1,667

    18,463

    1,672

    16,791

    17,911

    5,423

    486

    4,937

    5,206

    1,151

    112

    1,039

    1,201

    6,032

    5,871

    161

    8,170

    165

    554

    (389)

    0

    773

    1,211

    (438)

    877

    7,758

    4,069

    3,689

    1,907

    0

    776

    (776)

    0

    0

    146

    (146)

    0

    4,193

    3,722

    471

    5,923

    0

    150

    (150)

    105

    0

    35

    (35)

    21

    Vehicle maintenance also includes expenses for stocking vehicle related inventory at the maintenance department.

    Other materials includes expenses for gloves, paper towels, small tools, parts, etc. It will also include a portion of the costs to set up the storage area at the maintenance department.


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    Administration Department 40 Expenses

    5000.40

    SALARIES & WAGES - ADMIN.

    $ 47,086

    $ 56,790

    $ (9,704)

    $ 24,966

    $ 47,086

    $ 56,790

    $ (9,704)

    $ 24,966

    5002.40

    OVERTIME WAGES - ADMIN.

    323

    326

    (3)

    0

    323

    326

    (3)

    -

    5006.40

    FICA - ADMIN.

    3,613

    4,369

    (756)

    1,868

    3,613

    4,369

    (756)

    1,868

    5060.40

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    2

    181

    (179)

    0

    2

    181

    (179)

    -

    5090.40

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    4,459

    3,302

    1,157

    970

    4,459

    3,302

    1,157

    970

    5095.40

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    10,095

    13,258

    (3,163)

    9,209

    10,095

    13,258

    (3,163)

    9,209

    5098.40

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    0

    143

    (143)

    312

    -

    143

    (143)

    312

    5100.40

    LEGAL SERVICES

    3,000

    3,583

    (583)

    3,000

    3,000

    3,583

    (583)

    3,000

    5102.40

    LEGAL SERVICES-SEWER ASMNTS

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5110.40

    OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    0

    125

    (125)

    0

    -

    125

    (125)

    -

    5120.40

    ACCOUNTING/AUDITING

    1,740

    3,667

    (1,927)

    3,930

    1,740

    3,667

    (1,927)

    3,930

    5140.40

    ENGINEERING SERVICES

    9,229

    10,600

    (1,371)

    7,065

    9,229

    10,600

    (1,371)

    7,065

    5145.40

    ENGINEERING WW SRF

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5155.40

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    2,069

    2,833

    (764)

    4,976

    2,069

    2,833

    (764)

    4,976

    5180.40

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    158

    343

    (185)

    165

    158

    343

    (185)

    165

    5200.40

    POSTAGE & FREIGHT

    2,378

    3,851

    (1,473)

    2,553

    2,378

    3,851

    (1,473)

    2,553

    5250.40

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    3,874

    350

    3,524

    3,745

    3,874

    350

    3,524

    3,745

    5255.40

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    678

    69

    609

    744

    678

    69

    609

    744

    5260.40

    OTHER INSURANCE

    31,778

    3,967

    27,811

    35,408

    31,778

    3,967

    27,811

    35,408

    5282.40

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    300

    2,693

    (2,393)

    0

    300

    2,693

    (2,393)

    -

    5287.40

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    11,600

    3,021

    8,579

    1,946

    11,600

    3,021

    8,579

    1,946

    5300.40

    VEHICLE FUEL

    27

    21

    6

    0

    27

    21

    6

    -

    5310.40

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    71

    68

    3

    0

    71

    68

    3

    -

    5360.40

    OFFICE SUPPLIES

    802

    2,377

    (1,575)

    6,110

    802

    2,377

    (1,575)

    6,110

    5380.40

    MISC. OFFICE EXPENSE

    6,230

    3,092

    3,138

    10,068

    6,230

    3,092

    3,138

    10,068

    5385.40

    MISC BANK FEES

    4,118

    337

    3,781

    338

    4,118

    337

    3,781

    338

    5386.40

    MISC EXPENSE

    0

    64

    (64)

    (2,599)

    -

    64

    (64)

    (2,599)

    5387.40

    ARROWHEAD ASSESSMENT EXPENSE

    35

    250

    0

    0

    35

    250

    (215)

    -

    5390.40

    ADVERTISING

    210

    314

    (104)

    374

    210

    314

    (104)

    374

    5520.40

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    175

    126

    49

    175

    175

    126

    49

    175

    5605.40

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    0

    787

    (787)

    4,043

    -

    787

    (787)

    4,043

    Total Department 40 Expenses

    144,050

    120,907

    23,358

    119,366

    144,050

    120,907

    23,143

    119,366


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    10/01/16-10/31/16


    Actual


    Budget

    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 10/15


    Actual


    Budget

    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 10/15


    Maintenance - Department 50 Expenses

    5000.50

    SALARIES & WAGES - Maint.

    $ 11,450

    $ 29,457

    $ (18,007)

    $ 7,003

    $ 11,450

    $ 29,457

    $ (18,007)

    $ 7,003

    5002.50

    OVERTIME WAGES -Maint

    23

    2,105

    (2,082)

    59

    23

    2,105

    (2,082)

    59

    5006.50

    FICA - Maint.

    889

    2,414

    (1,525)

    535

    889

    2,414

    (1,525)

    535

    5060.50

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    0

    39

    (39)

    9

    -

    39

    (39)

    9

    5090.50

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    2,374

    1,767

    607

    369

    2,374

    1,767

    607

    369

    5095.50

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    7,335

    10,293

    (2,958)

    6,372

    7,335

    10,293

    (2,958)

    6,372

    5098.50

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    0

    1,641

    (1,641)

    2,698

    -

    1,641

    (1,641)

    2,698

    5155.50

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    0

    1,167

    (1,167)

    2,225

    -

    1,167

    (1,167)

    2,225

    5180.50

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    20

    137

    (117)

    34

    20

    137

    (117)

    34

    5250.50

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    2,282

    208

    2,074

    2,226

    2,282

    208

    2,074

    2,226

    5255.50

    COMP AUTO INSURANCE

    6,778

    625

    6,153

    6,694

    6,778

    625

    6,153

    6,694

    5282.50

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    0

    1,069

    (1,069)

    57

    -

    1,069

    (1,069)

    57

    5287.50

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    190

    420

    (230)

    0

    190

    420

    (230)

    -

    5300.50

    VEHICLE FUEL

    422

    875

    (453)

    449

    422

    875

    (453)

    449

    5310.50

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    491

    1,422

    (931)

    2,553

    491

    1,422

    (931)

    2,553

    5520.50

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    0

    60

    (60)

    142

    -

    60

    (60)

    142

    5582.50

    OTHER MATERIALS

    1,914

    1,753

    161

    2,523

    1,914

    1,753

    161

    2,523

    5600.50

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    0

    175

    (175)

    0

    -

    175

    (175)

    -

    5605.50

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    0

    40

    (40)

    26

    -

    40

    (40)

    26

    Total Department 50 Expenses

    $ 34,168

    $ 55,667

    $ (21,499)

    $ 33,974

    $ 34,168

    $ 55,667

    $ (21,499)

    $ 33,974

    Salary expenses in this department, except for the supervisor, are charged to the appropriate department, depending on the maintenance project they are working on.

    Other materials includes materials and supplies to set up the storage area at the maintenance department.

    Vehicle maintenance also includes expenses for stocking vehicle related inventory at the maintenance department.


    Miscellaneous Expenses

    5121.00

    MASTER PLAN EXPENSE

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    5125.00

    BAD DEBT EXPENSE

    0

    2,917

    (2,917)

    0

    -

    2,917

    (2,917)

    -

    5440.00

    DEPRECIATION

    156,833

    156,833

    0

    151,730

    156,833

    156,833

    -

    151,730

    5480.00

    INTEREST EXPENSE-FHA

    0

    59,956

    (59,956)

    0

    -

    59,956

    (59,956)

    -

    5490.00

    INTEREST EXPENSE-OTHER

    0

    1,483

    (1,483)

    0

    -

    1,483

    (1,483)

    -

    5700.00

    HURRICANE WILMA-PAYROLL

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5701.00

    HURRICANE WILMA-SUPPLIES

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5702.00

    HURRICANE WILMA-CONTRACT LABOR

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    Total Miscellaneous Expenses

    $ 156,833

    $ 221,188

    $ (64,355)

    $ 151,730

    $ 156,833

    $ 221,188

    $ (64,355)

    $ 151,730


    Total Operating Expenses


    $ 874,010


    $ 780,098


    $ 94,127


    $ 773,511


    $ 874,010


    $ 780,098


    $ 93,912


    $ 773,511


    Net Surplus (Deficit)


    $ (171,922)


    $ (50,461)


    $ (116,871)


    $ (171,922)


    $ (50,461)


    $ (116,871)


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    Over/ (Under)


    PY Actual

    10/01/16-11/30/16


    Over/ (Under)


    PY Actual


    Revenue from Operations

    4000.00 SALES - WATER

    4010.00 SALES - SEWER

    4020.00 METER SERVICE CHARGE

    4030.00 LATE FEES

    4050.00 RECONNECTION & TRANSFER FEES

    4070.00 INTEREST INCOME

    4071.00 ARROWHEAD ASSESSMENT INCOME

    4080.00 CAPITAL CREDITS-ELECT COOP.

    4090.00 ASSESSMENT FORECLOSURE FEES

    4095.00 HYDRANT FEES

    4100.00 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME

    4105.00 GAIN/LOSS

    4106.00 CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL FEE

    4110.00 CELLULAR TOWER LEASE

    4120.00 FORFEITED SECURITY DEPOSITS

    4125.00 INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT

    4130.00 FORFEITED 401A

    4131.00 GRANT INCOME/FEDERAL

    4132.00 MASTER PLAN CONTRIBUTION

    4133.00 TRAINING GRANT INCOME

    Actual Budget

    Budget

    11/15 Actual Budget

    Budget

    10/15-11/15

    Total Revenue

    $ 747,463 $

    729,638 $

    17,825 $

    692,985

    $ 1,449,551 $

    1,459,275 $

    (9,724) $

    1,349,625


    $ 229,249

    $ 231,591

    $ (2,342)

    $ 219,201

    $ 449,025

    $ 463,182

    $ (14,157)

    $ 421,484