IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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

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July 10, 2017


NOTICE OF MEETING


There will be a Regular Meeting of the Board of Commissioners for the Immokalee Water & Sewer District, on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 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. May 2017-Norma Garcia

    5. Public Concerns

    6. Staff Good Cause Items

    7. Board Concerns

    8. Old Business

      1. USDA Documents

    9. New Business

  3. Consent Agenda

    1. Adoption of Minutes

      1. June 21, 2017 Board Meeting

    2. Civil Rights Compliance Report

    3. June 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

    1. Resolution 17-07 USDA Note Award Resolution

    2. US Bank- Trust Indenture

    3. First Florida Integrity Interim Financing

    4. Contract for Greeley and Hansen

  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

  1. 658-3630, no less than five (5) days prior to the above stated meeting date.

    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: June 30 , 2017

    Subject: Employee of the Month


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    Mrs. Norma Garcia was the winner for the May 2017 "Employee of the Month” contest. She earned this by not using sick time and by not being late. She attended the Annual Leadership at Highlands Elementary, a Blue Zone Meeting and an MSTU meeting. She also did three webinars, " Mental Health in the Workplace", The Next Frontier of People Analytics", and "Personal Protective Equipment". This is her second time winning this award for this fiscal year.


    GREAT JOB NORMA GARCIA!

    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: July 11, 2017

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    Subject: Special Dates


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


    July 9, 2017 Zacarias Herrera’s 14 Year Anniversary –Service Tech I-Dept. 10 July 21, 2017 Armando Reyes Birthday- Wastewater Service Tech IV-Dept. 30 July 22, 2017 Norma Garcia 13 Year Anniversary-Human Resource-Dept. 40

    July 26, 2017 Manuel Quintanilla’s 13 Year Anniversary-W.W. “A” Operator-Dept. 20

    July 26, 2017 Teresa Medina’s 7 Year Anniversary -W.W. “B” Operator-Dept. 20

    IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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

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    June 21, 2017


    The first item on the agenda was the Call to Order:


    Mr. Brister called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.


    Next was Roll Call:


    Mr. Brister asked for a roll call.


    Board Members Present:


    Mr. Joseph Brister, Mrs. Bonnie Keen, Mr. Fred N. Thomas, Jr., Mr. Jack Johnson, Ms. Anne Goodnight, and Mr. Robert Halman.


    Staff Present:


    Mr. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Eva Deyo, Mrs. Norma Garcia, and Mr. Gary Ferrante with Greeley and Hansen.


    Others Present:


    Please see sign in sheet.


    Next was Agenda:


    Mr. Thomas made a motion to approve the Agenda as it has been submitted. Ms. Goodnight seconded the motion.

    Motion carried unanimously.


    Next was Employee of the Month:


    Mrs. Deyo introduced Mr. Fabiel Ramirez as the Employee of the Month for April 2017.


    (ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS)


    (MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA)


    (EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH)

    Public Concerns:


    Ms. Christie Betancourt stated that the Promise Zone was looking for a representative from the Immokalee Water & Sewer Distract. Mr. Thomas volunteered to attend next month's meeting in Clewiston.


    Staff Good Cause Items:


    There was none.


    Board Concerns:


    There was none.


    Old Business:


    There was none.


    New Business:


    There was none.


    Consent Agenda:


    Mr. Thomas made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. Ms. Goodnight seconded the motion.

    Motion carried unanimously.


    Action Agenda:


    The Board discussed the FDEP workshop in detail.


    Mrs. Deyo stated FDEP sent a letter stating everything was fine.


    Mr. Ferrante suggested to continue the monitoring monthly until October, and then reevaluate and then test quarterly or twice a year.


    The Board discussed First Florida Integrity Bank letter (attachment A) in detail. Mr. Thompson recommended to go with option #1.

    Mr. Thomas made a motion to instruct staff to come to agreement with First Florida Integrity and go with option #1, but to pay interest only on what the District uses as we go.


    (MOTION TO APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA)

    Ms. Goodnight seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.

    NEXT WAS ATTORNEYS REPORT:


    Mr. Thompson stated that the closing will be between July 24-28, and asked for the Chair and Secretary available to sign USDA documents.


    Next was Adjournment:


    Meeting adjourned at 4:50 p.m.


    Reviewed by:


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    Bonnie Keen - Secretary Date


    (MEETING ADJOURNED)

    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 June 2017.


    Norma Garcia

    Civil Rights Committee

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    06/01/17-06/30/17


    Over/ (Under)


    PY Actual

    10/01/16-06/30/17


    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

    06/16 Actual Budget

    Budget

    10/15-06/16

    Total Revenue

    $ 813,926 $

    729,638 $

    84,288 $

    771,593

    $ 7,235,117 $

    6,566,738 $

    668,379 $

    6,711,691


    $ 268,506

    $ 231,591

    $ 36,915

    $ 242,970

    $ 2,375,862

    $ 2,084,319

    $ 291,543

    $ 2,125,199

    432,129

    398,037

    34,092

    415,755

    3,845,694

    3,582,333

    263,361

    3,641,341

    54,098

    50,178

    3,920

    50,801

    484,029

    451,602

    32,427

    451,434

    7,535

    8,818

    (1,283)

    6,750

    66,765

    79,362

    (12,597)

    64,450

    16,530

    4,167

    12,363

    14,240

    86,715

    37,503

    49,212

    77,050

    4,992

    4,167

    825

    4,821

    42,296

    37,503

    4,793

    40,245

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    5,908

    -

    -

    -

    5,908

    0

    453

    (453)

    0

    -

    4,076

    (4,076)

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    (1)

    4,167

    (4,168)

    2,496

    63,140

    37,503

    25,637

    49,332

    0

    (2,083)

    2,083

    0

    (11,359)

    (18,750)

    7,391

    -

    29,100

    26,287

    2,813

    25,789

    255,666

    236,583

    19,083

    230,207

    1,037

    3,856

    (2,819)

    2,063

    24,358

    34,704

    (10,346)

    26,525

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    1,951

    -

    1,951

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    $ 268,506

    $ 231,591

    $ 36,915

    $ 242,970

    $ 2,375,862

    $ 2,084,319

    $ 291,543

    $ 2,125,199

    432,129

    398,037

    34,092

    415,755

    3,845,694

    3,582,333

    263,361

    3,641,341

    54,098

    50,178

    3,920

    50,801

    484,029

    451,602

    32,427

    451,434

    7,535

    8,818

    (1,283)

    6,750

    66,765

    79,362

    (12,597)

    64,450

    16,530

    4,167

    12,363

    14,240

    86,715

    37,503

    49,212

    77,050

    4,992

    4,167

    825

    4,821

    42,296

    37,503

    4,793

    40,245

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    5,908

    -

    -

    -

    5,908

    0

    453

    (453)

    0

    -

    4,076

    (4,076)

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    (1)

    4,167

    (4,168)

    2,496

    63,140

    37,503

    25,637

    49,332

    0

    (2,083)

    2,083

    0

    (11,359)

    (18,750)

    7,391

    -

    29,100

    26,287

    2,813

    25,789

    255,666

    236,583

    19,083

    230,207

    1,037

    3,856

    (2,819)

    2,063

    24,358

    34,704

    (10,346)

    26,525

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    1,951

    -

    1,951

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    OPERATING EXPENSES:

    Water Department 10 - Expenses


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    $ 151,988 $


    167,709 $


    (15,721) $


    187,686


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    $ 1,378,709 $


    1,509,381 $


    (130,672) $


    1,297,680

    Wastewater Department 20 - Expenses 135,421 144,894 (9,473) 135,871 1,371,646 1,304,046 67,600 1,267,284

    Wastewater Collection - Department 30 Expenses 53,031 69,733 (16,702) 50,450 533,369 627,597 (94,228) 586,018

    Administration Department 40 Expenses 82,945 120,907 (37,712) 98,588 913,845 1,088,163 (174,318) 899,952

    Maintenance Department 50 - Expenses 26,367 55,667 (29,300) 32,214 326,448 501,003 (174,555) 303,157

    Miscellaneous Expenses $156,833 $221,188 ($64,355) $151,730 1,426,827 1,990,694 (563,867) 1,381,744

    Total Operating Expenses

    $ 606,585 $

    780,098 $

    (173,263) $

    656,539

    $ 5,950,844 $

    7,020,884

    $ (1,070,040)

    $5,735,834


    Accruals for Principle Payments


    $ 470,250 $


    470,250 $ -


    $ 470,250 $


    470,250 $ -


    Net Surplus (Deficit)


    $ (262,909) $


    (520,711) $


    257,551 $


    115,054


    $ 814,023 $


    (924,395) $ 1,738,418 $


    975,857

    06/01/17-06/30/17


    Actual Budget


    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 06/16

    10/01/16-06/30/17


    Actual Budget


    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 10/15-06/16


    Operating Expenses


    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

    $ 151,988 $ 167,709 $

    (15,721) $ 187,686

    $ 1,378,709 $

    1,509,381 $ (130,672) $ 1,297,680


    $ 44,588

    $ 58,505

    $ (13,917)

    $ 48,507

    878

    7,175

    (6,297)

    2,297

    3,722

    5,025

    (1,303)

    3,793

    0

    87

    (87)

    0

    2,680

    3,510

    (830)

    2,736

    16,934

    20,542

    (3,608)

    16,828

    3,189

    3,415

    (226)

    2,076

    69

    2,167

    (2,098)

    2,851

    629

    702

    (73)

    663

    13,251

    14,821

    (1,570)

    14,033

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    833

    (833)

    0

    0

    7,621

    (7,621)

    0

    1,536

    12,528

    (10,992)

    7,237

    2,056

    2,228

    (172)

    2,256

    0

    2,221

    (2,221)

    3,474

    787

    1,817

    (1,030)

    1,959

    0

    357

    (357)

    0

    6,756

    8,728

    (1,972)

    4,431

    53,933

    10,984

    42,949

    71,570

    880

    2,340

    (1,460)

    2,645

    100

    325

    (225)

    0

    0

    106

    (106)

    330

    $ 44,588

    $ 58,505

    $ (13,917)

    $ 48,507

    878

    7,175

    (6,297)

    2,297

    3,722

    5,025

    (1,303)

    3,793

    0

    87

    (87)

    0

    2,680

    3,510

    (830)

    2,736

    16,934

    20,542

    (3,608)

    16,828

    3,189

    3,415

    (226)

    2,076

    69

    2,167

    (2,098)

    2,851

    629

    702

    (73)

    663

    13,251

    14,821

    (1,570)

    14,033

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    833

    (833)

    0

    0

    7,621

    (7,621)

    0

    1,536

    12,528

    (10,992)

    7,237

    2,056

    2,228

    (172)

    2,256

    0

    2,221

    (2,221)

    3,474

    787

    1,817

    (1,030)

    1,959

    0

    357

    (357)

    0

    6,756

    8,728

    (1,972)

    4,431

    53,933

    10,984

    42,949

    71,570

    880

    2,340

    (1,460)

    2,645

    100

    325

    (225)

    0

    0

    106

    (106)

    330

    $ 438,139

    $ 526,545

    $ (88,406)

    $ 421,792

    18,158

    64,575

    (46,417)

    22,817

    37,183

    45,225

    (8,042)

    34,944

    93

    783

    (690)

    93

    24,165

    31,590

    (7,425)

    24,542

    176,529

    184,878

    (8,349)

    178,015

    33,433

    30,735

    2,698

    22,504

    11,362

    19,503

    (8,141)

    15,241

    5,156

    6,318

    (1,162)

    6,072

    116,734

    133,389

    (16,655)

    117,511

    18,463

    15,048

    3,415

    17,911

    9,489

    7,497

    1,992

    8,925

    79,396

    68,589

    10,807

    81,656

    129,255

    112,752

    16,503

    146,229

    25,398

    20,052

    5,346

    21,138

    13,264

    19,989

    (6,725)

    16,618

    7,453

    16,353

    (8,900)

    10,505

    2,273

    3,213

    (940)

    791

    66,317

    78,552

    (12,235)

    67,661

    149,710

    98,856

    50,854

    64,897

    14,291

    21,060

    (6,769)

    15,610

    1,833

    2,925

    (1,092)

    1,057

    615

    954

    (339)

    1,151

    $ 438,139

    $ 526,545

    $ (88,406)

    $ 421,792

    18,158

    64,575

    (46,417)

    22,817

    37,183

    45,225

    (8,042)

    34,944

    93

    783

    (690)

    93

    24,165

    31,590

    (7,425)

    24,542

    176,529

    184,878

    (8,349)

    178,015

    33,433

    30,735

    2,698

    22,504

    11,362

    19,503

    (8,141)

    15,241

    5,156

    6,318

    (1,162)

    6,072

    116,734

    133,389

    (16,655)

    117,511

    18,463

    15,048

    3,415

    17,911

    9,489

    7,497

    1,992

    8,925

    79,396

    68,589

    10,807

    81,656

    129,255

    112,752

    16,503

    146,229

    25,398

    20,052

    5,346

    21,138

    13,264

    19,989

    (6,725)

    16,618

    7,453

    16,353

    (8,900)

    10,505

    2,273

    3,213

    (940)

    791

    66,317

    78,552

    (12,235)

    67,661

    149,710

    98,856

    50,854

    64,897

    14,291

    21,060

    (6,769)

    15,610

    1,833

    2,925

    (1,092)

    1,057

    615

    954

    (339)

    1,151

    *Wages expense was reduced to reflect capitalized labor for installation of new meters and replaced meters - $2,770 for June and $25,629 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.

    06/01/17-06/30/17


    Actual Budget


    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 06/16

    10/01/16-06/30/17


    Actual Budget


    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 10/15-06/16


    Wastewater Department 20 - Expenses

    5000.20

    SALARIES & WAGES - WWTP

    5002.20

    OVERTIME WAGES - WWTP

    5006.20

    FICA - WWTP

    5060.20

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    5090.20

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    5095.20

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    5098.20

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    5155.20

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    5180.20

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    5220.20

    ELECTRIC

    5230.20

    SECTION 8 ELECTRIC

    5250.20

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    5255.20

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    5260.20

    OTHER INSURANCE

    5281.20

    SECTION 8 FIELD MAINTENANCE

    5282.20

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    5283.20

    SECTION 8 REPAIRS

    5287.20

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    5300.20

    VEHICLE FUEL

    5310.20

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    5520.20

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    5580.20

    CHEMICALS

    5582.20

    OTHER MATERIALS

    5585.20

    LABORATORY FEES

    5590.20

    RESIDUALS MANAGEMENT

    5600.20

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    5605.20

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    Total Department 20 Expenses

    $ 135,421 $ 144,894 $

    (9,473) $ 135,871

    $ 1,371,646 $

    1,304,046

    67,600 $ 1,267,284


    $ 44,364

    $ 43,839

    $ 525

    $ 37,859

    682

    2,226

    (1,544)

    936

    3,446

    3,524

    (78)

    2,918

    0

    162

    (162)

    0

    2,183

    2,630

    (447)

    1,873

    8,826

    14,297

    (5,471)

    10,702

    1,633

    2,395

    (762)

    1,273

    47

    1,500

    (1,453)

    477

    295

    309

    (14)

    256

    20,174

    20,034

    140

    20,701

    378

    728

    (350)

    463

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    417

    (417)

    0

    0

    7,193

    (7,193)

    0

    0

    1,338

    (1,338)

    0

    11,099

    10,497

    602

    10,838

    0

    1,209

    (1,209)

    0

    850

    5,914

    (5,064)

    17,169

    0

    906

    (906)

    1,932

    457

    1,220

    (763)

    89

    0

    1,018

    (1,018)

    600

    6,922

    6,191

    731

    3,960

    2,332

    4,181

    (1,849)

    2,490

    6,440

    3,119

    3,321

    0

    25,293

    8,122

    17,171

    21,095

    0

    200

    (200)

    0

    0

    53

    (53)

    240

    $ 44,364

    $ 43,839

    $ 525

    $ 37,859

    682

    2,226

    (1,544)

    936

    3,446

    3,524

    (78)

    2,918

    0

    162

    (162)

    0

    2,183

    2,630

    (447)

    1,873

    8,826

    14,297

    (5,471)

    10,702

    1,633

    2,395

    (762)

    1,273

    47

    1,500

    (1,453)

    477

    295

    309

    (14)

    256

    20,174

    20,034

    140

    20,701

    378

    728

    (350)

    463

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    417

    (417)

    0

    0

    7,193

    (7,193)

    0

    0

    1,338

    (1,338)

    0

    11,099

    10,497

    602

    10,838

    0

    1,209

    (1,209)

    0

    850

    5,914

    (5,064)

    17,169

    0

    906

    (906)

    1,932

    457

    1,220

    (763)

    89

    0

    1,018

    (1,018)

    600

    6,922

    6,191

    731

    3,960

    2,332

    4,181

    (1,849)

    2,490

    6,440

    3,119

    3,321

    0

    25,293

    8,122

    17,171

    21,095

    0

    200

    (200)

    0

    0

    53

    (53)

    240

    $ 423,677

    $ 394,551

    $ 29,126

    $ 403,865

    8,185

    20,034

    (11,849)

    9,264

    33,061

    31,716

    1,345

    31,122

    78

    1,458

    (1,380)

    138

    18,370

    23,670

    (5,300)

    18,906

    122,008

    128,673

    (6,665)

    114,876

    20,623

    21,555

    (932)

    14,033

    4,069

    13,500

    (9,431)

    2,838

    2,400

    2,781

    (381)

    2,325

    165,020

    180,306

    (15,286)

    181,619

    4,719

    6,552

    (1,833)

    4,923

    18,463

    15,048

    3,415

    17,911

    4,067

    3,753

    314

    4,463

    75,256

    64,737

    10,519

    77,069

    -

    12,042

    (12,042)

    -

    205,572

    94,473

    111,099

    110,014

    7,862

    10,881

    (3,019)

    7,862

    9,542

    53,226

    (43,684)

    61,543

    4,999

    8,154

    (3,155)

    7,517

    8,808

    10,980

    (2,172)

    8,334

    475

    9,162

    (8,687)

    5,836

    69,689

    55,719

    13,970

    50,654

    26,912

    37,629

    (10,717)

    37,065

    32,799

    28,071

    4,728

    15,892

    103,821

    73,098

    30,723

    78,123

    1,101

    1,800

    (699)

    634

    70

    477

    (407)

    458

    $ 423,677

    $ 394,551

    $ 29,126

    $ 403,865

    8,185

    20,034

    (11,849)

    9,264

    33,061

    31,716

    1,345

    31,122

    78

    1,458

    (1,380)

    138

    18,370

    23,670

    (5,300)

    18,906

    122,008

    128,673

    (6,665)

    114,876

    20,623

    21,555

    (932)

    14,033

    4,069

    13,500

    (9,431)

    2,838

    2,400

    2,781

    (381)

    2,325

    165,020

    180,306

    (15,286)

    181,619

    4,719

    6,552

    (1,833)

    4,923

    18,463

    15,048

    3,415

    17,911

    4,067

    3,753

    314

    4,463

    75,256

    64,737

    10,519

    77,069

    -

    12,042

    (12,042)

    -

    205,572

    94,473

    111,099

    110,014

    7,862

    10,881

    (3,019)

    7,862

    9,542

    53,226

    (43,684)

    61,543

    4,999

    8,154

    (3,155)

    7,517

    8,808

    10,980

    (2,172)

    8,334

    475

    9,162

    (8,687)

    5,836

    69,689

    55,719

    13,970

    50,654

    26,912

    37,629

    (10,717)

    37,065

    32,799

    28,071

    4,728

    15,892

    103,821

    73,098

    30,723

    78,123

    1,101

    1,800

    (699)

    634

    70

    477

    (407)

    458

    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

    5002.30

    OVERTIME WAGES - WWC

    5006.30

    FICA- WWC

    5060.30

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    5090.30

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    5095.30

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    5098.30

    WORKERS COMPENSATION

    5155.30

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    5180.30

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    5220.30

    ELECTRIC

    5250.30

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    5255.30

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    5260.30

    OTHER INSURANCE

    5282.30

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    5287.30

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    5300.30

    VEHICLE FUEL

    5310.30

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    5520.30

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    5580.30

    CHEMICALS

    5582.30

    OTHER MATERIALS

    5600.30

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    5605.30

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    Total Department 30 Expenses

    $ 53,031 $

    69,733 $

    (16,702) $ 50,450

    $ 533,369 $

    627,597 $ (94,228) $

    586,018


    $ 29,187

    $ 27,838

    $ 1,349

    $ 22,244

    1,140

    2,898

    (1,758)

    1,770

    2,332

    2,351

    (19)

    1,826

    0

    74

    (74)

    0

    1,643

    1,670

    (27)

    1,293

    8,098

    9,936

    (1,838)

    7,937

    1,145

    1,598

    (453)

    793

    245

    1,000

    (755)

    362

    122

    179

    (57)

    170

    2,738

    3,385

    (647)

    3,019

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    486

    (486)

    0

    0

    112

    (112)

    0

    3,821

    5,871

    (2,050)

    4,849

    0

    554

    (554)

    95

    0

    1,211

    (1,211)

    1,112

    360

    4,069

    (3,709)

    2,524

    0

    776

    (776)

    0

    0

    146

    (146)

    0

    1,900

    3,722

    (1,822)

    2,224

    300

    150

    150

    82

    0

    35

    (35)

    150

    $ 29,187

    $ 27,838

    $ 1,349

    $ 22,244

    1,140

    2,898

    (1,758)

    1,770

    2,332

    2,351

    (19)

    1,826

    0

    74

    (74)

    0

    1,643

    1,670

    (27)

    1,293

    8,098

    9,936

    (1,838)

    7,937

    1,145

    1,598

    (453)

    793

    245

    1,000

    (755)

    362

    122

    179

    (57)

    170

    2,738

    3,385

    (647)

    3,019

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    486

    (486)

    0

    0

    112

    (112)

    0

    3,821

    5,871

    (2,050)

    4,849

    0

    554

    (554)

    95

    0

    1,211

    (1,211)

    1,112

    360

    4,069

    (3,709)

    2,524

    0

    776

    (776)

    0

    0

    146

    (146)

    0

    1,900

    3,722

    (1,822)

    2,224

    300

    150

    150

    82

    0

    35

    (35)

    150

    $ 220,563

    $ 250,542

    $ (29,979)

    $ 219,832

    10,785

    26,082

    (15,297)

    15,892

    17,801

    21,159

    (3,358)

    17,913

    43

    666

    (623)

    37

    10,830

    15,030

    (4,200)

    12,276

    74,350

    89,424

    (15,074)

    81,929

    12,153

    14,382

    (2,229)

    8,841

    (515)

    9,000

    (9,515)

    3,588

    765

    1,611

    (846)

    1,065

    21,841

    30,465

    (8,624)

    26,949

    18,463

    15,048

    3,415

    17,911

    5,423

    4,374

    1,049

    5,206

    1,151

    1,008

    143

    1,201

    64,808

    52,839

    11,969

    70,069

    5,567

    4,986

    581

    4,541

    5,767

    10,899

    (5,132)

    6,565

    34,814

    36,621

    (1,807)

    40,680

    1,103

    6,984

    (5,881)

    5,811

    -

    1,314

    (1,314)

    -

    27,184

    33,498

    (6,314)

    44,728

    448

    1,350

    (902)

    678

    25

    315

    (290)

    306

    $ 220,563

    $ 250,542

    $ (29,979)

    $ 219,832

    10,785

    26,082

    (15,297)

    15,892

    17,801

    21,159

    (3,358)

    17,913

    43

    666

    (623)

    37

    10,830

    15,030

    (4,200)

    12,276

    74,350

    89,424

    (15,074)

    81,929

    12,153

    14,382

    (2,229)

    8,841

    (515)

    9,000

    (9,515)

    3,588

    765

    1,611

    (846)

    1,065

    21,841

    30,465

    (8,624)

    26,949

    18,463

    15,048

    3,415

    17,911

    5,423

    4,374

    1,049

    5,206

    1,151

    1,008

    143

    1,201

    64,808

    52,839

    11,969

    70,069

    5,567

    4,986

    581

    4,541

    5,767

    10,899

    (5,132)

    6,565

    34,814

    36,621

    (1,807)

    40,680

    1,103

    6,984

    (5,881)

    5,811

    -

    1,314

    (1,314)

    -

    27,184

    33,498

    (6,314)

    44,728

    448

    1,350

    (902)

    678

    25

    315

    (290)

    306

    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.

    06/01/17-06/30/17

    10/01/16-06/30/17


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    Budget

    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 06/16


    Actual


    Budget

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    PY Actual 10/15-06/16


    Administration Department 40 Expenses

    5000.40

    SALARIES & WAGES - ADMIN.

    $ 46,576

    $ 56,790

    $ (10,214)

    $ 42,018

    $ 436,814

    $ 511,110

    $ (74,296)

    $ 404,397

    5002.40

    OVERTIME WAGES - ADMIN.

    0

    326

    (326)

    0

    1,111

    2,934

    (1,823)

    85

    5006.40

    FICA - ADMIN.

    3,563

    4,369

    (806)

    3,134

    32,052

    39,321

    (7,269)

    28,641

    5060.40

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    3

    181

    (178)

    17

    86

    1,629

    (1,543)

    95

    5090.40

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    2,610

    3,302

    (692)

    2,409

    22,728

    29,718

    (6,990)

    22,517

    5095.40

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    10,700

    13,258

    (2,558)

    10,642

    120,820

    119,322

    1,498

    114,032

    5098.40

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    175

    143

    32

    108

    1,862

    1,287

    575

    1,931

    5100.40

    LEGAL SERVICES

    3,000

    3,583

    (583)

    3,000

    27,000

    32,247

    (5,247)

    27,000

    5102.40

    LEGAL SERVICES-SEWER ASMNTS

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5110.40

    OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    0

    125

    (125)

    518

    -

    1,125

    (1,125)

    1,125

    5120.40

    ACCOUNTING/AUDITING

    0

    3,667

    (3,667)

    0

    37,290

    33,003

    4,287

    37,350

    5140.40

    ENGINEERING SERVICES

    0

    10,600

    (10,600)

    7,065

    63,327

    95,400

    (32,073)

    63,585

    5145.40

    ENGINEERING WW SRF

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5155.40

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    2,328

    2,833

    (505)

    7,105

    10,931

    25,497

    (14,566)

    22,320

    5180.40

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    343

    343

    0

    327

    3,095

    3,087

    8

    2,734

    5200.40

    POSTAGE & FREIGHT

    2,601

    3,851

    (1,250)

    2,871

    27,442

    34,659

    (7,217)

    25,330

    5250.40

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    0

    350

    (350)

    0

    3,874

    3,150

    724

    3,745

    5255.40

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    0

    69

    (69)

    0

    678

    621

    57

    744

    5260.40

    OTHER INSURANCE

    0

    3,967

    (3,967)

    0

    33,805

    35,703

    (1,898)

    36,508

    5282.40

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    0

    2,693

    (2,693)

    0

    47

    24,237

    (24,190)

    697

    5287.40

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    3,971

    3,021

    950

    15,022

    32,990

    27,189

    5,801

    43,156

    5300.40

    VEHICLE FUEL

    0

    21

    (21)

    0

    49

    189

    (140)

    25

    5310.40

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    0

    68

    (68)

    0

    71

    612

    (541)

    873

    5360.40

    OFFICE SUPPLIES

    4,997

    2,377

    2,620

    493

    17,061

    21,393

    (4,332)

    18,006

    5380.40

    MISC. OFFICE EXPENSE

    1,539

    3,092

    (1,553)

    2,948

    26,248

    27,828

    (1,580)

    34,828

    5385.40

    MISC BANK FEES

    400

    337

    63

    301

    7,227

    3,033

    4,194

    2,913

    5386.40

    MISC EXPENSE

    0

    64

    (64)

    0

    -

    576

    (576)

    (2,599)

    5387.40

    ARROWHEAD ASSESSMENT EXPENSE

    0

    250

    0

    0

    35

    2,250

    (2,215)

    -

    5390.40

    ADVERTISING

    139

    314

    (175)

    340

    5,097

    2,826

    2,271

    3,336

    5520.40

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    0

    126

    (126)

    0

    175

    1,134

    (959)

    175

    5605.40

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    0

    787

    (787)

    270

    1,930

    7,083

    (5,153)

    6,403

    Total Department 40 Expenses

    $ 82,945

    120,907

    (37,712)

    98,588

    913,845

    1,088,163

    (174,318)

    899,952

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    Budget

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    Budget

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    Maintenance - Department 50 Expenses

    5000.50

    SALARIES & WAGES - Maint.

    $ 10,973

    $ 29,457

    $ (18,484)

    $ 16,651

    $ 124,376

    $ 265,113

    $ (140,737)

    $ 129,732

    5002.50

    OVERTIME WAGES -Maint

    0

    2,105

    (2,105)

    49

    447

    18,945

    (18,498)

    635

    5006.50

    FICA - Maint.

    852

    2,414

    (1,562)

    1,252

    9,669

    21,726

    (12,057)

    9,766

    5060.50

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    0

    39

    (39)

    0

    21

    351

    (330)

    64

    5090.50

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    1,250

    1,767

    (517)

    1,274

    12,582

    15,903

    (3,321)

    11,091

    5095.50

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    7,849

    10,293

    (2,444)

    6,936

    87,850

    92,637

    (4,787)

    76,226

    5098.50

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    1,313

    1,641

    (328)

    804

    14,134

    14,769

    (635)

    8,495

    5155.50

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    11

    1,167

    (1,156)

    0

    11

    10,503

    (10,492)

    2,546

    5180.50

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    116

    137

    (21)

    137

    842

    1,233

    (391)

    1,189

    5250.50

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    166

    208

    (42)

    0

    2,282

    1,872

    410

    2,226

    5255.50

    COMP AUTO INSURANCE

    0

    625

    (625)

    0

    6,778

    5,625

    1,153

    6,694

    5282.50

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    0

    1,069

    (1,069)

    523

    21,016

    9,621

    11,395

    11,065

    5287.50

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    0

    420

    (420)

    190

    4,058

    3,780

    278

    3,513

    5300.50

    VEHICLE FUEL

    0

    875

    (875)

    196

    3,441

    7,875

    (4,434)

    3,601

    5310.50

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    1,945

    1,422

    523

    977

    12,316

    12,798

    (482)

    12,307

    5520.50

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    0

    60

    (60)

    0

    2,015

    540

    1,475

    142

    5582.50

    OTHER MATERIALS

    1,892

    1,753

    139

    2,879

    23,857

    15,777

    8,080

    22,286

    5600.50

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    0

    175

    (175)

    166

    753

    1,575

    (822)

    1,238

    5605.50

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    0

    40

    (40)

    180

    -

    360

    (360)

    341

    Total Department 50 Expenses

    $ 26,367

    $ 55,667

    $ (29,300)

    $ 32,214

    $ 326,448

    $ 501,003

    $ (174,555)

    $ 303,157

    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

    -

    26,250

    (26,250)

    -

    5440.00

    DEPRECIATION

    156,833

    156,833

    0

    151,730

    1,411,499

    1,411,497

    2

    1,365,572

    5480.00

    INTEREST EXPENSE-FHA

    0

    59,956

    (59,956)

    0

    -

    539,600

    (539,600)

    -

    5490.00

    INTEREST EXPENSE-OTHER

    0

    1,483

    (1,483)

    0

    15,328

    13,346

    1,982

    16,172

    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

    $ 1,426,827

    $ 1,990,694

    $ (563,867)

    $ 1,381,744


    Total Operating Expenses


    $ 606,585


    $ 780,098


    $ (173,263)


    $ 656,539


    $ 5,950,844


    $ 7,020,884


    $ (1,070,040)


    $ 5,735,834


    Net Surplus (Deficit)


    $ 207,341


    $ (50,461)


    $ 115,054


    $ 1,284,273


    $ (454,145)


    $ 975,857

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    Detailed Balance Sheet

    As of: 6/30/2017

    Draft - Unaudited


    Page 1


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    Assets

    1020.00

    OPERATIONS & MAINTENAN

    4,788.79

    1030.00

    FCB CD-.80% 07/13

    515,925.31

    1040.00

    Florida Community Bank-CD 2.

    570,006.14

    1070.00

    CASH CHANGE FUND

    3,100.00

    1080.00

    PETTY CASH FUND

    300.00

    1170.00

    ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

    660,356.24

    1182.00

    A/R DEVELOPER REVIEWS

    5,001.38

    1185.00

    A/R - EMPLOYEE MISC.

    77.70

    1201.00

    Revenue Account

    144,188.21

    1202.00

    Operations & Maintenance Acc

    135,061.07

    1205.00

    Special Restricted Reserve Acc

    233,547.08

    1209.00

    Money Market Account

    6,505,262.17

    1210.00

    Construction Account

    2,569.53

    1212.00

    Customer Security Deposit Acc

    1,202,440.50

    1213.00

    Bond & Interest Fund Account

    2,520,815.08

    1214.00

    Wastewater Construction Acco

    3,119.05

    1215.00

    FDEP CONSTRUCTION ACCO

    2,499.99

    1216.00

    FDEP-Loan Debt Servce Accou

    12,692.01

    1217.00

    Assessment Account

    215,696.29

    1230.00

    ASSESSMENTS RECEIVABLE

    847,914.78

    1260.00

    INVENTORY-Dept 10

    328,910.32

    1265.00

    INVENTORY-Dept 50

    24,993.07

    1290.00

    PREPAID EXPENSES

    1,200.00

    1300.00

    LAND

    2,563,467.31

    1310.00

    BUILDINGS

    51,542.12

    1320.00

    BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

    29,664.08

    1325.00

    COMPUTER SYSTEM

    113,582.73

    1330.00

    GENERAL PLANT & OFFICE E

    1,800,347.56

    1350.00

    DISTRIBUTION PLANT - METE

    2,687,509.58

    1370.00

    DISTRIBUTION PLANT - MAIN

    5,820,150.61

    1380.00

    EASEMENT ACQUISITION

    82,473.68

    1390.00

    SEWER COLLECTION

    12,953,790.08

    1395.00

    ARROWHEAD DISTRIBUTION

    1,513,321.64

    1400.00

    ARROWHEAD WATER

    1,262,323.74

    1430.00

    AUTOS & TRUCKS

    1,356,470.45

    1450.00

    WELL & WELL FIELDS

    220,995.99

    1451.00

    Sprayfield Outfall Repair

    27,727.92

    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

    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


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    Detailed Balance Sheet

    As of: 6/30/2017

    Draft -Unaudited


    Page 2

    1691.00

    Airport Addition-2010

    50,137.00

    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

    11,650,294.91

    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

    3,681,742.44

    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

    2,387,806.67

    1800.00

    MANHOLE SYSTEM

    154,862.00

    1810.00

    ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATI

    (32,083,643.94)

    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

    259,031.51

    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 $52,217,917.27

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


    Liabilities


    2100.00

    ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

    331,251.30

    2200.00

    WAGES PAYABLE

    (0.59)

    2201.00

    FICA TAXES PAYABLE

    (454.60)

    2203.00

    VACATION TIME PAYABLE

    118,370.12

    2210.00

    ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - PAYR

    (55,079.58)

    2350.00

    INSURANCE DEDUCTIONS

    (382.50)

    2390.00

    ACCRUED INTEREST - FHA

    54,855.44

    2400.00

    CUSTOMER DEPOSITS

    1,204,997.09

    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

    567,728.36

    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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    Detailed Balance Sheet

    As of: 6/30/2017

    Draft - Unaudited


    Page 3


    Total Liabilities


    Equity

    $19,038,254.04

    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

    153,509.00

    3050.00 MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE

    1,288,102.75

    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

    1,276,049.88

    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

    540,234.00

    Net Income / (Loss)

    $1,284,276.15

    Net Worth

    $33,177,409.59



    Total Liabilities and Net Worth


    $52,215,663.63

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

    Out of Balance $2,253.64

    BREAKDOWN OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

    June-17

    Budgeted

    Amount

    Amount

    GL#

    Description

    Amount:

    Used:

    Remaining:

    DEPT 10

    1350.00

    Meter Replacement Program

    $ 150,000

    $ 122,555

    $ 27,445

    1430.00

    2-F250 4*4

    $ 69,932

    $ 69,932

    $ (0)

    1330.00

    Hydraulic Dump Trailer

    $ 6,100

    $ 6,101

    $ (1)

    1330.00

    Walk behind concrete saw

    $ 2,123

    $ 1,698

    $ 425

    $ -

    1330.00

    $ -

    1330.00

    $ -

    Other Capital & Emergency Funds:

    $ 69,477

    $ 5,805

    $ 63,672

    1330.00

    3-tranducer-s9th, carson, airport

    $ 5,805

    1330.00

    1330.00

    1330.00

    $ 5,805

    Department Total:

    $ 297,632

    $ 206,091

    $ 91,542

    DEPT 20


    1330.00


    Aerobic Digester TSS Meter


    7,130


    7,130

    1330.00

    John Deere Z920 M with canopy

    9,204

    9,204

    0

    1330.00

    0

    0

    Other Capital & Emergency Funds:

    $ 59,706

    $ 20,424

    $ 39,282

    1330.00

    fencing

    $ 20,424

    1330.00

    1330.00

    1325.00

    1658.00

    $ 20,424

    Department Total:

    $ 76,040

    $ 29,628

    $ 46,412

    DEPT 30

    1330.00

    LIFT STATION REPLACEMENT PARTS

    $ 50,000

    $ -

    $ 50,000

    1390.00

    Manhole Replacement

    $ 50,000

    $ 21,530

    $ 28,470

    1390.00

    Lift Station Rehab A2, O2, X7, etc

    $ 150,085

    $ 76,678

    $ 73,407

    1330.00

    Lift Station SCADA System

    $ 6,802

    $ 6,802

    1330.00

    Cargo Enclosed Trailers

    $ 3,695

    $ 4,009

    $ (314)

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    Other Capital & Emergency Funds:

    $ 59,706

    $ -

    $ 59,706

    1330.00

    1325.00

    $

    -

    Department Total:

    $ 320,288

    $ 102,217

    $ 218,071

    DEPT 40

    1330.00

    Folding machine

    $ 5,400

    $ 6,231

    $ (831)

    1320.00

    Admin Office window/doors

    $ 40,000

    $ 2,033

    $ 37,967

    $ -

    $ -

    $ -

    Other Capital & Emergency Funds:

    $ 30,107

    $ -

    $ 30,107

    1330.00

    fiber optic

    1325.00

    electric

    1330.00

    $

    -

    Department Total:

    $ 75,507

    $ 8,264

    $ 67,243


    DEPT 50

    1430.00

    F250 4*4

    $ 34,966

    $ 34,966

    $ -


    Other Capital & Emergency Funds:


    $ 5,000


    $ -


    $ 5,000

    1330.00

    $

    -

    Department Total:

    $ 39,966

    $ 34,966

    $ 5,000

    All Departments Total:

    $ 809,433

    $ 381,165

    $ 428,268

    GRANT FUNDS

    1330.00

    $

    -

    1330.00

    $

    -

    Total Other Capital & Emergency Funds:

    $ 223,996

    $ 26,229

    $ 197,767

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      lmmokalee Water & Sewer District

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      TO:

      IWSD Board

      July 19, 2017

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      SUBJECT:

      General Engineering Report


      IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT GENERAL ENGINEERING REPORT


      1.) MONTHLY FLOW SUMMARY


      • Water treatment plants: Max day combined water production for the three water plants last month was 2.76 MGD, which occurred on the 2nd. This volume is up from the 2.67 MGD reported for the previous month. The combined average daily flow for last month was 1.85 MGD, which is down from the previous month’s 2.18 MGD. Shown below is a tabulation of the average and max daily flows for each water treatment plant for last month:



        FACILITY


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        %

        Capacity for ADF

        9th ST WTP

        0.85

        2nd

        0.53

        2.25

        23.6%

        Carson Rd. WTP

        1.21

        1st

        0.89

        2.00

        44.5%

        Airport WTP

        0.80

        2nd

        0.42

        1.39

        30.2%

        Total

        2.76

        2nd

        1.85

        5.64

        32.8%


      • Wastewater treatment plant max daily flow for last month was 2.24 MGD, which is up from the previous month’s 2.16 MGD. The average daily flow for last month was 1.50 MGD, which is down from the previous month’s 1.77 MGD. Shown below is a tabulation of the average and max flows for the wastewater treatment plant for last month:


        FACILITY

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        Permitted Capacity (MGD)

        % Capacity for ADF

        Wastewater Treatment Plant

        2.24

        1.50

        4.00

        37.5%


      • The annual ADF was 1.72 MGD. Rainfall recorded at the wastewater treatment plant was 13.21 inches for the month of June compared to 3.73 inches for May.

Memorandum To: IWSD Board July 19, 2017

Page 2


2.) WATER TREATMENT PLANTS


3.) WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT & EFFLUENT DISPOSAL

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Executive Director’s Report By

Eva J. Deyo

July 19, 2017 – Regular Board Meeting


Water Department

During June, Jean Pierre “JP” Louis and the Water Department staff completed the following: Productivity: - The Water Department staff replaced 2 backflow preventers, 33 meter registers, and 8 meter antennas. They repaired 3 line and tubing breaks and 17 backflow devices. They replaced 4 meter boxes/lids.

Meter sizes and registers – We are continuing to verify the EDU’s and meter sizes, at the different locations.

Backflow Testing/Certification Project – They have been steadily working on this program, in order to complete the requirements. We have been handing out letters to the commercial accounts that we did not accept, to let them know that they need to have their backflow preventers inspected. This was the first year that the District has had to submit the testing results to FDEP.

Flushing - They are still working on the flushing project. It has to be done three times per year.

Valve Project – JP Louis has assigned two people at a time, to take turns for two weeks, to make sure that the water valve exercising project is also completed. They are also replacing broken valves. This is very important, especially when we start the new water main replacement projects.

SCADA System – This was installed on the three water plants. There were some problems with the system on the Carson Plant. They all seem to be working now.

The Water Department is very busy with all of the ongoing projects, trying to maintain staff, and coverage.

Vacancies – There are no vacancies in this department.


Wastewater Plant

During June:

Plant Operations & Maintenance – Fernando Ramirez and his staff were working under mostly normal conditions for this time of year. They received a lot of rain at the plant. It makes operations difficult. Clarifier 1 was put back on line. Clarifier 2 was taken off line for repairs.

FDEP Inspection FDEP sent a letter on April 28, 2017, listing several items that needed to be done. We had a meeting with FDEP at the WWTP on Friday, May 12, 2017. Fernando Ramirez has been working on the items listed in the letter. A lot of the issues are not with how the plant was maintained, but for missing documents and reports. We sent the missing ground water monitoring well reports to FDEP. We also revised the DMR’s and sent them to FDEP. Fernando sent the written response. All of the departments worked together to get things ready for the FDEP meeting on May 12, 2017. FDEP came to a Board Workshop on June 1, 2017. On June 21, 2017, they sent us a letter that basically allows us to continue our operations.

Sprayfield – We have been using the Sprayfield as much as possible. The rain makes it difficult to irrigate.

Schwing Bioset Process – We have begun making our own fertilizer: Organi’Kalee. We are currently using it in our sprayfield. It ran for twenty-five days in June.

Vacancies – There are no vacancies in this department.


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Wastewater Collection

Lift Station Maintenance – During June, Hector Ramos and his staff pulled pumps, and mowed at the various lift stations, and around the Wastewater Plant, and the District owned property on SE 11th Street. They had to set up a generator on Lift Station O in Farm Workers Village, due to a power outage. They took the portable pump to Lift Station X2 to have a standby pump, because all of the rain has caused increased flows.

Sewer backup – There were sewer backups on Eustis Avenue, Nassau Street, New Market Road, North 9th Street.

Sewer Mains – They cleaned the sewer mains and manholes on Section U, and Section W. They inspected the manholes on Section X2 and X9.

Manhole Repairs – Paints and Coatings crew did the manhole repairs for E-14 and X2-20. Vacancies – There are no vacancies in this department.


Administration

During June, Oona Reyna-Rodriguez and her staff were very busy keeping up with their regular duties and keeping the office going.

File Server Upgrade - We are still trying to configure the Denali Accounting Program, and are not able to customize reports at this time.

2016 Quality on Tap Report - We have had some copies of the report printed in English and Spanish for to delivery to the apartment buildings. It is on our website for customers to be able to download. The District is not required to mail it anymore. We just have to put a notice on the bill that it is available for download.

Vocantas Interactive Voice Response Solution – IWSD implemented this system. It allows customers to automate routine tasks and increase available time for complex requirements. They assigned a toll free number 866-658-3630 to IWSD. Customers are able to call in to make payments with checks, credit cards, etc. It uses speech recognition and is PCI compliant. It allows for the customers to be called before their water is turned off, and before the late notice goes out. This went live on June 19, 2017.

Online Bill Pay – The District began accepting online bill payments on January 9, 2015. Customers can sign up to make payments, or to see their water usage history. They also have the option of getting their water bills by email. We now have over 500 customers who are signed up to access their account electronically.

Record Retention - We are continuing to work on scanning orders, and other old records, for electronic record-keeping.

    1. Audit – Homeland Security came to audit our I-9’s and associated paperwork. They are now selecting critical infrastructure to audit. Norma Garcia had to scan and make copies of all of the documents for them to audit, for all of our current employees and for 3 years of the former employees. We are still waiting for them to return the originals.

      Vacancies – There are no vacancies in this department.


      Maintenance Department

      During June, Derys Maldonado and his staff completed the following:

      Wastewater Plant and Sprayfield: – They installed new gaskets and aligned the center pipe on Clarifiers #1 and #2. They replaced the Contact chamber top and bottom gate valve pins. They pulled and cleaned the pumps on RAS "A". They installed missing paddle blades on WW Plant Rotors, and replaced the gearbox on Rotor 3A. They pulled and cleaned Station "K" pump #1. They replaced Dept 20 old Admin building door handle latch.

      Equipment: - They replaced a fuse on the shop air compressor. They installed a new top vent on the Dept 10 enclosed trailer, and repaired the trailer electric jack. They repaired a flat tire on the Bad

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      Boy mower, and adjusted the mower handles. They installed pins on the B95 Back-hoe. They serviced the forklift, and replaced the distributor cap, rotor, spark plugs and wires. They painted the forklift cover and installed a floor mat. They replaced the serpentine belt, the a/c V belt, the belt tensioner, and solenoids on the MX 110 Case Tractor. They serviced the New Holland tractor. They serviced the Thompson Water Pump and replaced the pump belt, and the throttle cable. They serviced Tractor 7130.

      Vehicles: - They serviced trucks 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 120, 121, 122, 220,

      221, 222, 223, 226, 227, 228, 330, 331, 332, 333, 336, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 557, 558, 559, 560

      & 561. They took trucks 111, 120 & 554 to Galloway Ford for a factory recall. They installed two new tires on truck 113. They replaced a strobe light fuse on truck 115 and also replaced a blower motor. They cleaned the battery terminals on truck 118. They installed a vacuum line on 221. They installed bed cover rolling tarp, wiper blades and new top marker lights on truck 227. They replaced a tailgate handle on truck 331 and also repaired the transmission. They helped install a new pressure hose for truck 335. They serviced the truck generator on truck 336. They connected a top spot light to truck 551. They installed an air compressor on truck 554. They replaced batteries on fog lights on truck 556 & 558. They replaced the right turn signal light for truck 558. They installed a new battery on truck 560. They installed a new belt on truck 561.

      Water Department: - They replaced the packing on HSP #2 at the JVW Water Plant. They installed a rubber coupling on HSP #3. They also pressure washed the pump room at the JVW Water Plant. They worked on the Airport generator. They drained the contaminated fuel, added fresh fuel, replaced fuel filters and new batteries.

      Miscellaneous: They repaired Norma's office a/c. They assembled the new board room chairs. They repainted the Administration Office safety posts.

      Vacancies – Fabiel Ramirez resigned on June 29, 2017. We will be accepting applications for a Maintenance Tech 1, until July 14, 2017.


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      RESOLUTION NO. !7-07


      A RESOLUTION SUPPLEMENTING RESOLUTION NO. 16-08 ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT ON JUNE 3, 2016, ENTITLED: "RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION AND ERECTION OF IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WATER FACILITIES OF THE COMBINED WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT; AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE BY THE DISTRICT OF NOT EXCEEDING $17,134,000 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF WATER AND SEWER REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2018A AND SERIES 2018B, TO FINANCE A PART OF THE COST THEREOF; PLEDGING THE GROSS REVENUES OF SAID SYSTEM AND ASSESSMENTS AGAINST SPECIALLY BENEFITED PROPERTIES TO SECURE PAYMENT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE RIGHTS OF THE HOLDERS OF THE BONDS; AUTHORIZING ISSUANCE BY THE DISTRICT OF ITS WATER AND SEWER REVENUE BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE NOTES; AND ENTERING INTO CERTAIN COVENANTS AND AGREEMENTS WITH THE HOLDERS OF THE BONDS AND NOTES"; FOR THE PURPOSE OF AUTHORIZING A NEGOTIATED SALE OF THE NOTES TO FIRST FLORIDA INTEGRITY BANK; APPOINTING THE PAYING AGENT THEREFOR; APPOINTING A TRUSTEE THEREFORE; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


      WHEREAS, on June 3, 2016, the Board of Commissioners of the Immokalee Water and Sewer District (the "Issuer") duly adopted Resolution No. 16-08 (the "Enabling Instrument"), the title of which is quoted in the title of this resolution, for the purpose of authorizing the issuance of not exceeding $17, I 34,000 principal amount of Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds (the "Bonds"), to finance the cost of acquiring, erecting and constructing improvements to the water facilities of the combined water and sewer system of the Issuer (the "Project") and authorizing the issuance of not exceeding $ I 7,134,000 principal amount of Water and Sewer Revenue Bond Anticipation Notes (the "Notes") to provide the interim financing for the construction of the Project pending issuance of the Bonds; and


      WHEREAS, by final judgment of validation entered on November 14, 2016, the Bonds and the Notes were duly validated in Circuit Court for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Collier County, Florida; and

      WHEREAS, it is now proper and timely that the Notes be sold and issued for the purposes expressed in the Enabling Instrument, and First Florida Integrity Bank (the "Bank"), has offered to purchase the Notes and has submitted a proposal for such purpose in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A (the "Bank Proposal") expressing the terms of such offer; and the Board of Commissioners of the Issuer does hereby find and determine that the terms expressed in the Bank Proposal be accepted by the Issuer and that the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Issuer (the "Chairman") and the Secretary of the Board of Commissioners of the Issuer (the "Secretary") each be authorized to accept the Bank Proposal; and


      WHEREAS, due to the present volatility of the market for tax-exempt public obligations such as the Notes, it is in the best interest of the Issuer to sell the Notes by a negotiated sale, allowing the Issuer to enter the market at the most advantageous time, rather than at a specified advertised date, thereby permitting the Issuer to obtain the best possible price and interest rate for the Notes; and


      WHEREAS, it is necessary and appropriate that the Issuer appoint an Authorized Depository (as defined in the Enabling Instrument) pursuant to Section 3.03 of the Enabling Instrument) to serve as Trustee under the Trust Indenture (as defined in the Enabling Instrument) and the institution hereinafter named is acceptable to the Issuer; and it appears to the Issuer that the same is qualified to serve as Trustee under the Trust Indenture in accordance with the terms of the Enabling Instrument and the Trust Indenture; and


      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, as follows:


      Section I. Recitals. The above recitals are hereby incorporated into the body of this resolution and are adopted as findings of fact.


      Section 2. Covenants of the Issuer. So long as any of the principal of or interest on the Notes shall be outstanding and unpaid, the Issuer covenants with the Bank as follows:


      1. As soon as available, and in any event within 270 days of the Issuer's fiscal year end, the Issuer shall provide the Bank with the Issuer's consolidated and consolidating certified public accountant audited annual financial statements including a balance sheet of the Issuer as of the end of such fiscal year and the related statement of revenues, expenses and changes in net assets, and statement of cash flow for such fiscal year, setting forth in each case in comparative form the figures for the previous fiscal year, all in reasonable detail and prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP") on a consistent basis, together with an unqualified audit report from an independent certified public accountant reasonably acceptable to the Bank. If at any time any change in GAAP would affect any requirement set forth in this paragraph, and either the Issuer or the Bank shall so request, the Issuer and the Bank shall negotiate in good faith to amend such requirement to preserve the original intent thereof in light of such change in GAAP. Any failure by the Issuer to provide the required financial statements during the term of the Notes, within 30 days after written notice thereof to the Issuer from the Bank requesting the same, shall be a material event of

default and shall entitle the Bank to accelerate the Notes at its option. Nothing herein, however, shall be construed to grant to the Bank any lien on any property of the Issuer or situated within its corporate territorial limits, except the special funds pledged therefor, all in the manner and to the extent provided herein and in the Enabling Instrument.


(BJ Within 10 business days following any request therefor, the Issuer will provide the Bank with such other information regarding the results of operations, business affairs and financial condition or other financial information of the Issuer as the Bank may reasonably request.


  1. The Issuer shall maintain its primary deposit accounts with the Bank throughout the term of the Notes.


  2. On or prior to the date of issuance of the Note, the Issuer shall furnish the Bank (i) with copies of all construction contracts and documents relating to the Project required by the Government (as defined in the Enabling Instrument) in connection with the issuance of the Bonds, (ii) an opinion of bond counsel to the effect interest on the Notes is excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes and (iii) the Government's take out letter addressed to the Bank relating to the Bonds. The Issuer shall furnish the Bank with a copy of each requisition signed by the Issuer and the Government which is delivered to the Trustee under the Trust Indenture on or prior to the dale such requisition is delivered to the Trustee.


  3. In the event the Bank Proposal or the loan documents evidencing the Notes become the subject of litigation or dispute between the Issuer and the Bank, the party prevailing shall be entitled to recover and receive from the other party the reasonable attorneys' fees and costs (including those for any appeal) incurred by the prevailing party.


  4. To the extent permitted by applicable Jaw, the Issuer knowingly, voluntarily and intentionally waives any right it may have to a trial by jury in respect of any litigation based on, or arising out of, under or in connection with this resolution, the Noles or any agreement contemplated to be executed in connection with this resolution, or any course of conduct, course of dealing, statements (whether verbal or written) or actions of any party with respect hereto. Venue for any administrative and/or legal action arising under, or in connection with, this resolution shall be in Collier County, Florida.


Section 3. Place of Payment. The Notes shall be payable as to both principal and interest at the office of the Secretary of the Issuer.


Section 4. Trustee. U. S. Bank National Association, a national banking association, is hereby appointed as Trustee under the Trust Indenture in accordance with Section

    1. of the Enabling Instrument.


      Section 5. Sale of the Notes. The Notes are hereby sold and awarded to the Bank in the aggregate principal amount of $17,134,000, at the price of I 00% of the principal amount thereof, bearing interest at the fixed rate of l.85% per annum (computed on a 365/360 simple interest basis; that is, by applying the ratio of the annual interest rate over a year of 360

      days; multiplied by the actual number of days the principal balance is outstanding), payable on January 26 and July 26 of each year, commencing on January 26, 2018, with principal payable on July 26, 2019, the maturity date thereof (or such other interest and principal payments dates as the Issuer and the Bank shall agree), subject to redemption in whole or in part prior to maturity on any date without penalty and on the terms and conditions stated herein, in the Bank Proposal and in the Notes. The Chairman and the Secretary are each hereby authorized to accept the Bank Proposal, and said officers and the other officers, agents and employees of the Issuer are hereby authorized and directed to conclude the issuance and delivery of the Notes in accordance with the provisions thereof and hereof.


      Section 6. Notices. All notices to the Issuer and the Bank relating to the Notes shall be sufficiently given and shall be deemed given when hand delivered, and if mailed by registered mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, five days after it is sent, to the Issuer and the Bank at the following addresses:


      Issuer:


      Immokalee Water and Sewer District I 020 Sanitation Road

      Immokalee, FL 34142 Attn: EvaJ. Deyo

      Lender:


      First Florida Integrity Bank 3560 Kraft Road

      Naples, FL 34105 Attn: Michael J. Kozak


      Section 7. Enabling Instrument to Continue In Force. Except as herein expressly provided, the Enabling Instrument and all terms and provisions thereof are and shall remain in full force and effect.


      Section 8. Effective Date. This resolution shall become effective immediately upon its adoption.


      PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this nineteenth day of July, 2017.



      (CORPORATE SEAL) ATTEST:

      IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT


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      Secretary of its Board of Commissioners

      By:-----------­

      Chairman of its Board of Commissioners

      Exhibit A


      Bank Proposal


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      June 27, 2017


      Eva Deyo Executive Director

      lmmokalee Water and Sewer District 1020 Sanitation Road

      lmmokalee, Florida 34142


      RE: Interim Construction Financing Dear Ms. Deyo:

      First Florida Integrity Bank (hereinafter referred to as "Lender") Is pleased to advise you that your request for a construction line of credit has been approved in the amount of

      $17,134,000. This letter, upon your acceptance hereof, will constitute a commitrnent(herein "Commitment') that Lender will make a loan to you subject to your compliance with all the terms and conditions to the complete satisfaction of the Lender.


      BORROWER: lmrnokalee Water and Sewer District GUARANTOR(S): None

      LOAN AMOUNT: $17,134,000 Bond Anticipation Note


      COLLATERAL: A take-out commitment from the USDA Rural Development Program.


      USE OF FUNDS: To provide interim construction financing for improvements to water facilities.


      TERMS: The loan shall be a draw down line of credit (non-revolving). The term of the loan shall be 24 Months with Interest payable every six months with any accrued interest and principal due at maturity.


      INTEREST

      RATE (Tax Free): Option 1: Fixed Rate of 1.85%


      Option 2: 30 Day LIBOR Wall Street Journal Prime Lending Rate

      + .72%, adjusted monthly. (The index is currently 1.05%.)


      INTEREST RATE

      CALCULATION: Interest on this Note is computed on a 365/360 simple interest basis; that is, by applying the ratio of the annual interest rate over a year of 360 days; multiplied by the actual number of days the principal balance is outstanding


      LOAN COMMITMENT

      FEE: $20,000 (Due at closing.)


      OTHER PRIMARY

      FEE: Maximum Legal Fee for bank counsel of $5,000. (Final amount will be based on bank counsel's final billing.)


      FINANCIAL

      STATEMENTS: Upon request of Lender, Borrower shall furnish annually during the term of the Loan, current financial statements as follows:


      For the Borrower(s), audited fiscal year-end statements are required when available but no later than 270 days from the fiscal year-end date and at such other intervals as may be required by Lender. All statements shall include a balance-sheet, income statement and any supplementary information necessary for a meaningful analysis of the statements. This supplementary information should include but not be limited to cash flow statements, income tax returns and accounts receivable agings.


      The financial statements required above are a material inducement for Lender committing to make this loan, and any failure by Borrower to provide the required financial statements during the term of the Loan shall be a material event of default and shall entitle Lender to accelerate the Loan at its option.


      ADDITIONAL

      CONDITIONS: 1. Approval is subject to the Borrower meeting all conditions required by the USDA-Rural Development Loan Program. All draws under the

      Line of Credit will be subject to Borrower satisfying all requirements and inspections by the USDA and providing evidence of the same to Lender.


      1. Subject to Lender's receipt and satisfactory review of all authorizing documents related to the project.


      2. Borrower to maintain their primary bank deposit accounts with the Lender.


      3. Receipt of opinion letter from the District's bond counsel that the loan is a tax-exempt government obligation.


      COSTS:


      LITIGATION:


      SURVIVAL OF TERMS:


      BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS:

      The $20,000 loan commitment fee and $5,000 legal fee shall be the primary closing costs. The Borrower confirms to the Bank that this transaction is exempt from the requirement of Florida Documentary Stamps.


      In the event this commitment letter or the loan documents evidencing the loan become the subject of litigation or dispute between the Borrower and Lender, the party prevailing shall be entitled to recover and receive from the other party the reasonable attorneys' fees and costs (including those for any appeal) incurred by the prevailing party.


      The terms and conditions of this commitment letter which bind and obligate Borrower shall survive the closing of the loan contemplated herein unless expressly modified or terminated by a document executed at such closing. A failure to comply with such terms and conditions shall constitute an event of default under the note and any loan documents executed at such closing. Lenders obligations under the commitment shall not survive the closing unless expressly provided for in a document executed at closing.


      If bankruptcy proceedings are filed voluntarily· by or involuntarily against Borrower prior to closing date completed, then this commitment shall be null and void and Lender shall neither be obligated to fund the loan contemplated herein nor refund any fee previously paid to the Lender hereunder, or be in any other way obligated further under this commitment letter.

      EXPENSES:


      NO ASSIGNMENT SURVIVAL:


      NOTICE:


      SCHEDULE "A" COMPLIANCE:

      Provided the Borrower is able to provide satisfactory evidence that Borrower is an organization that is exempt from the Documentary Stamp Tax requirements, the only expenses to be charged by the Lender shall be a loan commitment fee of $20,000 and the bank legal fees of up to $5,000.


      This commitment may not be assigned by Borrower, and when accepted by Borrower shall constitute a legally binding contract which will survive the loan closing.


      Any notice required or permitted to be given pursuant to, or in connection herewith, shall be deemed to have been given when addressed and mailed by registered or certified United States mail to Lender or to Borrower, as the case may be, at the following address, or at such other place as either of the parties may for themselves designate in writing from time to time for the purpose of receiving notices pursuant hereto:


      If to Lender:


      First Florida Integrity Bank

      Attn: Michael Kozak, Senior Vice President 3560 Kraft Road

      Naples, Florida 34105 If to Borrower:

      Eva Deyo Executive Director

      lmmokalee Water and Sewer District 1020 Sanitation Road

      lmmokalee, Florida 34142


      Lender must be provided with the documents and items in form and content satisfactory to Lender and its counsel, including, but not limited to those listed in Schedule "A" attached he