IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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

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March 01, 2017


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, March 15, 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. January 2017- Christopher Lofton

    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. February 15, 2017 Board Meeting

    2. Civil Rights Compliance Report

    3. February 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. WAFZ Cellular Tower Lease

    2. South Florida Water Management District/Collier County


  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 workshop date.

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    January 2017

    Employee of the Month

    We Hereby Express Our Sincere Appreciation To

    Christopher Lofton

    In Grateful Recognition Of Your Outstanding Performance, Productivity And Dedicated Service

    Immokalee Water & Sewer District

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    Awarded By:


    Executive Director

    Executive Director

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    IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER

    DISTRICT

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

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    To: From: Date: Subject:


    IWSD Board Members Norma Garcia

    Feb nmry23 , 2017

    E mployee of the Mooth

    MEMO

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    Mr. Christopher Lofton wa5 thewinoerfor the January 2017 "Employee of the Month" contest. He earned this hy not using vacation time or sick time and by not being late. He received his recertification by taking a short school and exam for "MOT".This is his first timewinning this award for this fiscal year.


    OREAT JOB CHRISTOPHER LOFTON!

    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: March 01, 2017

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    Subject: Special Dates


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


    March 14, 2017 Fernando Ramirez 22 Year Anniversary –WW Lead Operator – Dept.20 March 15, 2017 Hector Ramos 35 Year Anniversary- WW Collection Supervisor-Dept. 30

    March 16, 2017 Fabiel Ramirez 1 Year Anniversary-Maintenance Tech I- Dept. 50

    March 21, 2017 Gloria Quintanilla’s 9 Year Anniversary- Accounts Receivables- Dept. 40

    March 28, 2017 Jenna Cisneros Birthday-Clerk Secretary- Dept. 40

    IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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

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    February 15, 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., Ms. Magda Ayala and Ms. Anne Goodnight.


    Staff Present:


    Mr. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Eva Deyo, Mrs. Norma Garcia, Ms. Andrea Sanchez, Ms. Oona Reyna-Rodriguez, Mr. Gary Ferrante with Greeley and Hansen and Mr. Jeff Tuscan with Tuscan & Company.


    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:


    The Board recognized Mrs. Norma Garcia as Employee of the Month for November 2016 and Ms. Andrea Sanchez as Employee of the Month for December 2016.


    (ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS)


    (MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA)


    (EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH)


    February 15, 2017

    Page 1

    Public Concerns:


    Mr. Juan Barrera asked the Board to consider the fees assessed to his account. He stated that he did not do any damage to his meter.


    Mr. Brister asked Mrs. Deyo if Mr. Barrera had ever had any other problems and Mrs. Deyo stated "no".


    After reviewing photos submitted by staff the Board discussed the fees in detail. After much discussion from the Board and Mr. Barrera,


    Mr. Thomas made a motion to waive the fees in its total of $352.40 for address 1343 Lincoln Ct, Immokalee, FL 34142.


    Mr. Brister seconded the motion.


    Staff Good Cause Items:


    There was none.


    Board Concerns:


    Mrs. Deyo informed the Board that, Growth Management would be attending next month's meeting to discuss the sprayfield usage.


    The Board asked Mr. Ferrante to do the tests in the sprayfield early so that they can receive the reports early.


    Old Business:


    Mrs. Deyo stated that they still don’t have any documents from USDA.


    New Business:


    There was none.


    Consent Agenda:


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

    Motion carried unanimously.


    (MOTION TO WAIVE FEES FROM CUSTOMER ACCOUNT- 1343 LINCOLN CT)


    (MOTION TO APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA)


    February 15, 2017

    Page 2

    Action Agenda:


    Mr. Tuscan went over the Audit in detail. The Board discussed the Audit in detail.

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

    Motion carried unanimously.


    NEXT WAS ATTORNEYS REPORT:


    Mr. Thomas made a motion to authorize Mrs. Deyo to sign Tuscan & Company contract for three years.


    Mrs. Goodnight seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.

    Mr. Thompson advised the Board that the County is buying some property in Arrowhead are trying to get the assessment fees waived.


    The Board discussed it in detail and decided not to waive the fees.


    Ms. Reyna-Rodriguez asked the Board what should staff say to a customer if they missed the deadline for the Agenda.


    The Board advised Ms. Reyna-Rodriguez that they will still hear the customer, but that if they feel they cannot make a just decision for lack of information the Board will bring it back to the next meeting.


    Mr. Thomas stated the purpose of having the customer placed on the Agenda is so that the public is aware that the Board will be making a decision. He stated that the public has the right to speak up on the decision making.


    Ms. Goodnight stated that she would like to have as much information on the customer so that she may drive by the property and make a good decision.


    Next was Adjournment:


    Meeting adjourned at 5:12 p.m.


    (MOTION TO APPROVE AUDIT)


    (MOTION TO AUTHORIZE MRS. DEYO TO SIGN TUSCAN CONTRACT)


    (MEETING ADJOURNED)


    February 15, 2017

    Page 3

    Reviewed by:


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    Bonnie Keen - Secretary Date


    February 15, 2017

    Page 4

    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 February 2017.


    Norma Garcia

    Civil Rights Committee


    3/6/2017 3:07:47 PM

    Immokalee Water & Sewer Dist. (IWSACT)

    Detailed Balance Sheet

    As of: 2/28/2017

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    Draft - Unaudited


    Page 1


    Assets

    1020.00

    OPERATIONS & MAINTENAN

    4,787.80

    1030.00

    FCB CD-.80% 07/13

    514,221.19

    1040.00

    Florida Community Bank-CD 2.

    566,037.60

    1070.00

    CASH CHANGE FUND

    3,100.00

    1080.00

    PETTY CASH FUND

    300.00

    1130.00

    BOND & INTEREST SINKING

    4,112.50

    1170.00

    ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

    740,821.12

    1182.00

    A/R DEVELOPER REVIEWS

    5,001.38

    1185.00

    A/R - EMPLOYEE MISC.

    77.70

    1201.00

    Revenue Account

    262,186.52

    1202.00

    Operations & Maintenance Acc

    53,481.78

    1205.00

    Special Restricted Reserve Acc

    233,067.68

    1209.00

    Money Market Account

    5,973,695.15

    1210.00

    Construction Account

    2,564.26

    1212.00

    Customer Security Deposit Acc

    1,195,141.00

    1213.00

    Bond & Interest Fund Account

    2,075,086.91

    1214.00

    Wastewater Construction Acco

    3,112.65

    1215.00

    FDEP CONSTRUCTION ACCO

    2,499.99

    1216.00

    FDEP-Loan Debt Servce Accou

    16,703.28

    1217.00

    Assessment Account

    213,820.02

    1230.00

    ASSESSMENTS RECEIVABLE

    849,671.12

    1260.00

    INVENTORY-Dept 10

    344,241.63

    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

    1,757,417.37

    1350.00

    DISTRIBUTION PLANT - MET

    2,621,197.03

    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

    1,356,470.45

    1450.00

    WELL & WELL FIELDS

    220,995.99

    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


    3/6/2017 3:07:47 PM

    Immokalee Water & Sewer Dist. (IWSACT)

    Detailed Balance Sheet

    As of: 2/28/2017

    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

    (31,456,310.62)

    1861.00

    Various LIftstation Improvemen

    539,809.45

    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

    186,945.21

    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)

    Total Assets $51,526,941.58

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    Liabilities


    2100.00

    ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

    391,501.01

    2200.00

    WAGES PAYABLE

    (0.59)

    2201.00

    FICA TAXES PAYABLE

    (454.60)

    2203.00

    VACATION TIME PAYABLE

    115,389.25

    2210.00

    ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - PAYR

    (54,972.99)

    2350.00

    INSURANCE DEDUCTIONS

    (382.50)

    2390.00

    ACCRUED INTEREST - FHA

    54,855.44

    2400.00

    CUSTOMER DEPOSITS

    1,188,488.00

    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

    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

    Immokalee Water & Sewer Dist. (IWSACT)

    Detailed Balance Sheet

    As of: 2/28/2017

    3/6/2017 3:07:47 PM

    Draft - Unaudited

    Page 3

    Total Liabilities

    $19,095,860.56

    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

    153,509.00

    3050.00 MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE

    1,271,567.75

    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)

    $554,482.58

    Net Worth

    $32,431,081.02



    Total Liabilities and Net Worth


    $51,526,941.58

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    02/01/17-02/28/17


    Over/ (Under)


    PY Actual

    10/01/16-02/28/17


    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

    02/16 Actual Budget

    Budget

    10/15-02/16

    Total Revenue

    $ 842,319 $

    729,638 $

    112,681 $

    762,448

    $ 3,935,485 $

    3,648,188 $

    287,297 $

    3,637,653


    $ 280,028

    $ 231,591

    $ 48,437

    $ 242,908

    $ 1,279,296

    $ 1,157,955

    $ 121,341

    $ 1,145,492

    446,303

    398,037

    48,266

    418,590

    2,091,709

    1,990,185

    101,524

    1,976,046

    54,361

    50,178

    4,183

    50,449

    267,340

    250,890

    16,450

    248,547

    7,400

    8,818

    (1,418)

    7,305

    38,370

    44,090

    (5,720)

    37,205

    10,670

    4,167

    6,503

    6,570

    44,450

    20,835

    23,615

    36,375

    0

    4,167

    (4,167)

    4,310

    18,417

    20,835

    (2,418)

    21,478

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    453

    (453)

    0

    -

    2,265

    (2,265)

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    11,668

    4,167

    7,501

    3,267

    51,397

    20,835

    30,562

    31,129

    0

    (2,083)

    2,083

    0

    (11,359)

    (10,417)

    (942)

    -

    28,845

    26,287

    2,558

    25,701

    139,327

    131,435

    7,892

    126,963

    3,044

    3,856

    (812)

    3,348

    14,587

    19,280

    (4,693)

    14,418

    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

    -

    -

    -

    -

    $ 280,028

    $ 231,591

    $ 48,437

    $ 242,908

    $ 1,279,296

    $ 1,157,955

    $ 121,341

    $ 1,145,492

    446,303

    398,037

    48,266

    418,590

    2,091,709

    1,990,185

    101,524

    1,976,046

    54,361

    50,178

    4,183

    50,449

    267,340

    250,890

    16,450

    248,547

    7,400

    8,818

    (1,418)

    7,305

    38,370

    44,090

    (5,720)

    37,205

    10,670

    4,167

    6,503

    6,570

    44,450

    20,835

    23,615

    36,375

    0

    4,167

    (4,167)

    4,310

    18,417

    20,835

    (2,418)

    21,478

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    0

    453

    (453)

    0

    -

    2,265

    (2,265)

    -

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    11,668

    4,167

    7,501

    3,267

    51,397

    20,835

    30,562

    31,129

    0

    (2,083)

    2,083

    0

    (11,359)

    (10,417)

    (942)

    -

    28,845

    26,287

    2,558

    25,701

    139,327

    131,435

    7,892

    126,963

    3,044

    3,856

    (812)

    3,348

    14,587

    19,280

    (4,693)

    14,418

    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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    $ 158,143 $


    167,709 $


    (9,566) $


    143,566


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    $ 785,079 $


    838,545 $


    (53,466) $


    698,528

    Wastewater Department 20 - Expenses 104,911 144,894 (39,983) 118,936 771,285 724,470 46,815 723,336

    Wastewater Collection - Department 30 Expenses 55,621 69,733 (14,112) 47,089 303,340 348,665 (45,325) 315,139

    Administration Department 40 Expenses 110,054 120,907 (10,603) 75,328 533,973 604,535 (70,562) 531,038

    Maintenance Department 50 - Expenses 26,702 55,667 (28,965) 33,355 190,765 278,335 (87,570) 174,011

    Miscellaneous Expenses $156,833 $221,188 ($64,355) $151,730 791,937 1,105,941 (314,004) 767,237

    Total Operating Expenses

    $ 612,264 $

    780,098 $

    (167,584) $

    570,004

    $ 3,376,379 $

    3,900,491 $

    (524,112)

    $3,209,288


    Accruals for Principle Payments


    $ 299,250 $


    299,250 $ -


    $ 299,250 $


    299,250 $ -


    Net Surplus (Deficit)


    $ (69,195) $


    (349,711) $


    280,265 $


    192,444


    $ 259,856 $


    (551,553) $


    811,409 $


    428,365


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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

    $ 158,143 $ 167,709 $

    (9,566) $ 143,566

    $ 785,079 $

    838,545 $ (53,466) $

    698,528


    $ 51,999

    $ 58,505

    $ (6,506)

    $ 40,717

    2,072

    7,175

    (5,103)

    1,132

    4,136

    5,025

    (889)

    3,109

    32

    87

    (55)

    339

    2,701

    3,510

    (809)

    2,333

    16,747

    20,542

    (3,795)

    18,954

    3,046

    3,415

    (369)

    1,999

    0

    2,167

    (2,167)

    2,054

    664

    702

    (38)

    674

    13,667

    14,821

    (1,154)

    12,557

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    833

    (833)

    0

    0

    7,621

    (7,621)

    0

    13,765

    12,528

    1,237

    41,289

    1,890

    2,228

    (338)

    2,194

    0

    2,221

    (2,221)

    1,249

    131

    1,817

    (1,686)

    156

    0

    357

    (357)

    0

    4,919

    8,728

    (3,809)

    8,868

    40,612

    10,984

    29,628

    3,838

    1,105

    2,340

    (1,235)

    1,910

    657

    325

    332

    194

    0

    106

    (106)

    0

    $ 51,999

    $ 58,505

    $ (6,506)

    $ 40,717

    2,072

    7,175

    (5,103)

    1,132

    4,136

    5,025

    (889)

    3,109

    32

    87

    (55)

    339

    2,701

    3,510

    (809)

    2,333

    16,747

    20,542

    (3,795)

    18,954

    3,046

    3,415

    (369)

    1,999

    0

    2,167

    (2,167)

    2,054

    664

    702

    (38)

    674

    13,667

    14,821

    (1,154)

    12,557

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    0

    833

    (833)

    0

    0

    7,621

    (7,621)

    0

    13,765

    12,528

    1,237

    41,289

    1,890

    2,228

    (338)

    2,194

    0

    2,221

    (2,221)

    1,249

    131

    1,817

    (1,686)

    156

    0

    357

    (357)

    0

    4,919

    8,728

    (3,809)

    8,868

    40,612

    10,984

    29,628

    3,838

    1,105

    2,340

    (1,235)

    1,910

    657

    325

    332

    194

    0

    106

    (106)

    0

    $ 236,424

    $ 292,525

    $ (56,101)

    $ 208,217

    12,236

    35,875

    (23,639)

    17,075

    19,825

    25,125

    (5,300)

    18,330

    86

    435

    (349)

    911

    11,737

    17,550

    (5,813)

    12,455

    106,371

    102,710

    3,661

    112,306

    20,956

    17,075

    3,881

    14,339

    2,445

    10,835

    (8,390)

    7,463

    2,874

    3,510

    (636)

    3,210

    62,742

    74,105

    (11,363)

    62,418

    18,463

    8,360

    10,103

    17,911

    9,489

    4,165

    5,324

    8,925

    78,291

    38,105

    40,186

    81,656

    61,164

    62,640

    (1,476)

    103,583

    12,953

    11,140

    1,813

    11,432

    5,837

    11,105

    (5,268)

    7,068

    4,488

    9,085

    (4,597)

    4,824

    1,623

    1,785

    (162)

    342

    31,079

    43,640

    (12,561)

    39,361

    76,830

    54,920

    21,910

    (41,629)

    8,040

    11,700

    (3,660)

    6,735

    1,011

    1,625

    (614)

    910

    115

    530

    (415)

    686

    $ 236,424

    $ 292,525

    $ (56,101)

    $ 208,217

    12,236

    35,875

    (23,639)

    17,075

    19,825

    25,125

    (5,300)

    18,330

    86

    435

    (349)

    911

    11,737

    17,550

    (5,813)

    12,455

    106,371

    102,710

    3,661

    112,306

    20,956

    17,075

    3,881

    14,339

    2,445

    10,835

    (8,390)

    7,463

    2,874

    3,510

    (636)

    3,210

    62,742

    74,105

    (11,363)

    62,418

    18,463

    8,360

    10,103

    17,911

    9,489

    4,165

    5,324

    8,925

    78,291

    38,105

    40,186

    81,656

    61,164

    62,640

    (1,476)

    103,583

    12,953

    11,140

    1,813

    11,432

    5,837

    11,105

    (5,268)

    7,068

    4,488

    9,085

    (4,597)

    4,824

    1,623

    1,785

    (162)

    342

    31,079

    43,640

    (12,561)

    39,361

    76,830

    54,920

    21,910

    (41,629)

    8,040

    11,700

    (3,660)

    6,735

    1,011

    1,625

    (614)

    910

    115

    530

    (415)

    686

    *Wages expense was reduced to reflect capitalized labor for installation of new meters and replaced meters -$11,354 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

    $ 41,358

    $ 43,839

    $ (2,481)

    $ 43,483

    $ 222,938

    $

    219,195

    $ 3,743

    $ 220,739

    5002.20

    OVERTIME WAGES - WWTP

    45

    2,226

    (2,181)

    1,019

    6,215

    11,130

    (4,915)

    7,438

    5006.20

    FICA - WWTP

    3,167

    3,524

    (357)

    3,354

    17,528

    17,620

    (92)

    17,209

    5060.20

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    22

    162

    (140)

    267

    68

    810

    (742)

    813

    5090.20

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    1,981

    2,630

    (649)

    1,958

    8,964

    13,150

    (4,186)

    10,125

    5095.20

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    11,977

    14,297

    (2,320)

    10,439

    77,586

    71,485

    6,101

    73,122

    5098.20

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    1,858

    2,395

    (537)

    1,329

    13,721

    11,975

    1,746

    8,975

    5155.20

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    0

    1,500

    (1,500)

    0

    1,654

    7,500

    (5,846)

    1,421

    5180.20

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    265

    309

    (44)

    375

    1,243

    1,545

    (302)

    1,030

    5220.20

    ELECTRIC

    18,327

    20,034

    (1,707)

    22,563

    90,511

    100,170

    (9,659)

    100,705

    5230.20

    SECTION 8 ELECTRIC

    467

    728

    (261)

    600

    2,258

    3,640

    (1,382)

    2,476

    5250.20

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    0

    1,672

    (1,672)

    0

    18,463

    8,360

    10,103

    17,911

    5255.20

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    0

    417

    (417)

    0

    4,067

    2,085

    1,982

    4,463

    5260.20

    OTHER INSURANCE

    0

    7,193

    (7,193)

    0

    73,686

    35,965

    37,721

    77,069

    5281.20

    SECTION 8 FIELD MAINTENANCE

    0

    1,338

    (1,338)

    0

    -

    6,690

    (6,690)

    -

    5282.20

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    6,821

    10,497

    (3,676)

    13,854

    103,216

    52,485

    50,731

    61,647

    5283.20

    SECTION 8 REPAIRS

    0

    1,209

    (1,209)

    0

    7,862

    6,045

    1,817

    7,862

    5287.20

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    885

    5,914

    (5,029)

    984

    4,644

    29,570

    (24,926)

    4,965

    5300.20

    VEHICLE FUEL

    0

    906

    (906)

    528

    2,369

    4,530

    (2,161)

    2,863

    5310.20

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    915

    1,220

    (305)

    18

    2,673

    6,100

    (3,427)

    3,568

    5520.20

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    0

    1,018

    (1,018)

    137

    -

    5,090

    (5,090)

    5,137

    5580.20

    CHEMICALS

    2,118

    6,191

    (4,073)

    10,298

    44,357

    30,955

    13,402

    27,580

    5582.20

    OTHER MATERIALS

    959

    4,181

    (3,222)

    5,943

    12,903

    20,905

    (8,002)

    22,029

    5585.20

    LABORATORY FEES

    6,138

    3,119

    3,019

    1,556

    17,145

    15,595

    1,550

    8,615

    5590.20

    RESIDUALS MANAGEMENT

    7,608

    8,122

    (514)

    0

    36,543

    40,610

    (4,067)

    34,940

    5600.20

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    0

    200

    (200)

    231

    601

    1,000

    (399)

    506

    5605.20

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    0

    53

    (53)

    0

    70

    265

    (195)

    128

    Total Department 20 Expenses

    $ 104,911

    $ 144,894

    $ (39,983)

    $ 118,936

    $ 771,285 $

    724,470

    46,815

    $ 723,336


    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 $


    21,097 $


    27,838 $


    (6,741) $


    $ 111,034

    $ 139,190

    $ (28,156)

    $ 115,669

    7,023

    14,490

    (7,467)

    9,127

    9,059

    11,755

    (2,696)

    9,487

    36

    370

    (334)

    414

    5,009

    8,350

    (3,341)

    6,339

    46,116

    49,680

    (3,564)

    50,859

    7,549

    7,990

    (441)

    5,624

    (1,100)

    5,000

    (6,100)

    1,901

    409

    895

    (486)

    556

    11,345

    16,925

    (5,580)

    14,706

    18,463

    8,360

    10,103

    17,911

    5,423

    2,430

    2,993

    5,206

    1,151

    560

    591

    1,201

    39,562

    29,355

    10,207

    47,577

    1,175

    2,770

    (1,595)

    1,795

    2,977

    6,055

    (3,078)

    3,361

    23,945

    20,345

    3,600

    5,130

    142

    3,880

    (3,738)

    237

    -

    730

    (730)

    -

    13,849

    18,610

    (4,761)

    17,677

    148

    750

    (602)

    296

    25

    175

    (150)

    66

    $ 111,034

    $ 139,190

    $ (28,156)

    $ 115,669

    7,023

    14,490

    (7,467)

    9,127

    9,059

    11,755

    (2,696)

    9,487

    36

    370

    (334)

    414

    5,009

    8,350

    (3,341)

    6,339

    46,116

    49,680

    (3,564)

    50,859

    7,549

    7,990

    (441)

    5,624

    (1,100)

    5,000

    (6,100)

    1,901

    409

    895

    (486)

    556

    11,345

    16,925

    (5,580)

    14,706

    18,463

    8,360

    10,103

    17,911

    5,423

    2,430

    2,993

    5,206

    1,151

    560

    591

    1,201

    39,562

    29,355

    10,207

    47,577

    1,175

    2,770

    (1,595)

    1,795

    2,977

    6,055

    (3,078)

    3,361

    23,945

    20,345

    3,600

    5,130

    142

    3,880

    (3,738)

    237

    -

    730

    (730)

    -

    13,849

    18,610

    (4,761)

    17,677

    148

    750

    (602)

    296

    25

    175

    (150)

    66

    22,305

    5002.30 OVERTIME WAGES - WWC 1,344 2,898 (1,554) 1,545

    5006.30 FICA- WWC 1,717 2,351 (634) 1,813

    5060.30 UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES 9 74 (65) 143

    5090.30 EMPLOYER PENSION CONT. 1,200 1,670 (470) 1,280

    5095.30 HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE 7,273 9,936 (2,663) 7,767

    5098.30 WORKERS COMPENSATION 1,103 1,598 (495) 810

    5155.30 TRAVEL & TRAINING 0 1,000 (1,000) 0

    5180.30 TELEPHONE & FAX 145 179 (34) 0

    5220.30 ELECTRIC 2,612 3,385 (773) 3,708

    5250.30 GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE 0 1,672 (1,672) 0

    5255.30 COMP. AUTO INSURANCE 0 486 (486) 0

    5260.30 OTHER INSURANCE 0 112 (112) 0

    5282.30 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE 4,076 5,871 (1,795) 2,193

    5287.30 OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES 70 554 (484) 165

    5300.30 VEHICLE FUEL 0 1,211 (1,211) 915

    5310.30 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 14,761 4,069 10,692 235

    5520.30 LICENSES AND PERMITS 0 776 (776) 0

    5580.30 CHEMICALS 0 146 (146) 0

    5582.30 OTHER MATERIALS 214 3,722 (3,508) 4,019

    5600.30 UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE 0 150 (150) 191

    5605.30 MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS 0 35 (35) 0

    Total Department 30 Expenses

    $ 55,621 $

    69,733 $

    (14,112) $

    47,089

    $ 303,340 $

    348,665 $

    (45,325) $

    315,139

    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.

    $ 47,090

    $ 56,790

    $ (9,700)

    $ 38,412

    $ 231,109

    $ 283,950

    $ (52,841)

    $ 217,318

    5002.40

    OVERTIME WAGES - ADMIN.

    0

    326

    (326)

    0

    323

    1,630

    (1,307)

    85

    5006.40

    FICA - ADMIN.

    3,602

    4,369

    (767)

    2,865

    16,256

    21,845

    (5,589)

    14,685

    5060.40

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    22

    181

    (159)

    236

    68

    905

    (837)

    705

    5090.40

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    2,662

    3,302

    (640)

    2,178

    11,212

    16,510

    (5,298)

    11,775

    5095.40

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    11,314

    13,258

    (1,944)

    10,371

    77,268

    66,290

    10,978

    72,546

    5098.40

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    151

    143

    8

    114

    1,163

    715

    448

    1,493

    5100.40

    LEGAL SERVICES

    3,000

    3,583

    (583)

    3,000

    15,000

    17,915

    (2,915)

    15,000

    5102.40

    LEGAL SERVICES-SEWER ASMNTS

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5110.40

    OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    0

    125

    (125)

    0

    -

    625

    (625)

    -

    5120.40

    ACCOUNTING/AUDITING

    35,550

    3,667

    31,883

    0

    37,290

    18,335

    18,955

    37,350

    5140.40

    ENGINEERING SERVICES

    0

    10,600

    (10,600)

    7,065

    33,927

    53,000

    (19,073)

    35,325

    5145.40

    ENGINEERING WW SRF

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -

    -

    -

    -

    5155.40

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    450

    2,833

    (2,383)

    2,544

    2,898

    14,165

    (11,267)

    12,328

    5180.40

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    314

    343

    (29)

    301

    1,650

    1,715

    (65)

    1,382

    5200.40

    POSTAGE & FREIGHT

    2,709

    3,851

    (1,142)

    3,030

    16,680

    19,255

    (2,575)

    14,915

    5250.40

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    0

    350

    (350)

    0

    3,874

    1,750

    2,124

    3,745

    5255.40

    COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

    0

    69

    (69)

    0

    678

    345

    333

    744

    5260.40

    OTHER INSURANCE

    0

    3,967

    (3,967)

    800

    32,878

    19,835

    13,043

    36,208

    5282.40

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    0

    2,693

    (2,693)

    518

    11

    13,465

    (13,454)

    818

    5287.40

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    945

    3,021

    (2,076)

    992

    21,033

    15,105

    5,928

    16,081

    5300.40

    VEHICLE FUEL

    0

    21

    (21)

    0

    27

    105

    (78)

    25

    5310.40

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    0

    68

    (68)

    0

    71

    340

    (269)

    442

    5360.40

    OFFICE SUPPLIES

    1,228

    2,377

    (1,149)

    1,062

    4,599

    11,885

    (7,286)

    9,957

    5380.40

    MISC. OFFICE EXPENSE

    517

    3,092

    (2,575)

    1,387

    17,295

    15,460

    1,835

    21,814

    5385.40

    MISC BANK FEES

    0

    337

    (337)

    386

    5,291

    1,685

    3,606

    1,645

    5386.40

    MISC EXPENSE

    0

    64

    (64)

    0

    -

    320

    (320)

    (2,599)

    5387.40

    ARROWHEAD ASSESSMENT EXPENSE

    0

    250

    0

    0

    35

    1,250

    (1,215)

    -

    5390.40

    ADVERTISING

    500

    314

    186

    67

    2,222

    1,570

    652

    1,628

    5520.40

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    0

    126

    (126)

    0

    175

    630

    (455)

    175

    5605.40

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    0

    787

    (787)

    0

    940

    3,935

    (2,995)

    5,448

    Total Department 40 Expenses

    $ 110,054

    120,907

    (10,603)

    75,328

    533,973

    604,535

    (70,562)

    531,038


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    02/01/17-02/28/17

    10/01/16-02/28/17


    Actual


    Budget

    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 02/16


    Actual


    Budget

    Over/ (Under) Budget


    PY Actual 10/15-02/16


    Maintenance - Department 50 Expenses

    5000.50

    SALARIES & WAGES - Maint.

    $ 11,319

    $ 29,457

    $ (18,138)

    $ 16,375

    $ 67,260

    $ 147,285

    $ (80,025)

    $ 69,605

    5002.50

    OVERTIME WAGES -Maint

    0

    2,105

    (2,105)

    0

    203

    10,525

    (10,322)

    431

    5006.50

    FICA - Maint.

    866

    2,414

    (1,548)

    1,230

    5,191

    12,070

    (6,879)

    5,264

    5060.50

    UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

    4

    39

    (35)

    66

    19

    195

    (176)

    241

    5090.50

    EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

    1,371

    1,767

    (396)

    1,352

    6,165

    8,835

    (2,670)

    5,552

    5095.50

    HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

    7,960

    10,293

    (2,333)

    6,739

    55,551

    51,465

    4,086

    47,716

    5098.50

    WORKERS' COMPENSATION

    1,297

    1,641

    (344)

    803

    8,997

    8,205

    792

    5,153

    5155.50

    TRAVEL & TRAINING

    0

    1,167

    (1,167)

    0

    -

    5,835

    (5,835)

    2,546

    5180.50

    TELEPHONE & FAX

    113

    137

    (24)

    139

    451

    685

    (234)

    639

    5250.50

    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

    0

    208

    (208)

    0

    2,282

    1,040

    1,242

    2,226

    5255.50

    COMP AUTO INSURANCE

    0

    625

    (625)

    0

    6,778

    3,125

    3,653

    6,694

    5282.50

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    831

    1,069

    (238)

    741

    11,561

    5,345

    6,216

    3,418

    5287.50

    OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

    70

    420

    (350)

    260

    1,297

    2,100

    (803)

    2,212

    5300.50

    VEHICLE FUEL

    0

    875

    (875)

    609

    1,537

    4,375

    (2,838)

    1,896

    5310.50

    VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

    2,609

    1,422

    1,187

    1,457

    8,730

    7,110

    1,620

    8,305

    5520.50

    LICENSES AND PERMITS

    0

    60

    (60)

    0

    141

    300

    (159)

    142

    5582.50

    OTHER MATERIALS

    262

    1,753

    (1,491)

    3,320

    13,902

    8,765

    5,137

    11,387

    5600.50

    UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

    0

    175

    (175)

    264

    700

    875

    (175)

    558

    5605.50

    MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

    0

    40

    (40)

    0

    -

    200

    (200)

    26

    Total Department 50 Expenses

    $ 26,702

    $ 55,667

    $ (28,965)

    $ 33,355

    $ 190,765

    $ 278,335

    $ (87,570)

    $ 174,011

    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

    -

    14,583

    (14,583)

    -

    5440.00

    DEPRECIATION

    156,833

    156,833

    0

    151,730

    784,166

    784,165

    1

    758,639

    5480.00

    INTEREST EXPENSE-FHA

    0

    59,956

    (59,956)

    0

    -

    299,778

    (299,778)

    -

    5490.00

    INTEREST EXPENSE-OTHER

    0

    1,483

    (1,483)

    0

    7,771

    7,415

    356

    8,598

    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

    $ 791,937

    $ 1,105,941

    $ (314,004)

    $ 767,237


    Total Operating Expenses


    $ 612,264


    $ 780,098


    $ (167,584)


    $ 570,004


    $ 3,376,379


    $ 3,900,491


    $ (524,112)


    $ 3,209,288


    Net Surplus (Deficit)


    $ 230,055


    $ (50,461)


    $ 192,444


    $ 559,106


    $ (252,303)


    $ 428,365


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    BREAKDOWN OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

    February-17

    Budgeted

    Amount

    Amount

    GL#

    Description

    Amount:

    Used:

    Remaining:

    DEPT 10

    1350.00

    Meter Replacement Program

    $ 150,000

    $ 56,242

    $ 93,758

    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

    $ 2,123

    $ -

    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

    $ 138,080

    $ 159,552

    DEPT 20


    1330.00


    Aerobic Digester TSS Meter


    7,130


    7,130

    1330.00

    John Deere Z920 M with canopy

    9,204

    9,204

    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

    $ 20,424

    $ 55,616

    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

    1325.00

    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


    $ 303,951


    $ 505,482

    GRANT FUNDS

    1330.00

    $ -

    1330.00

    $ -

    Total Other Capital & Emergency Funds:

    $ 223,996

    $ 26,229

    $ 197,767

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    MEMORANDUM

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    TO:

    IWSD Board

    March 15, 2017

    FROM:


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    SUBJECT:

    General Engineering Report


    IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT GENERAL ENGINEERING REPORT


    1.) MONTHLY FLOW SUMMARY



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IWSD Eng Report 3-15-17.docx

Memorandum To: IWSD Board March 15, 2017

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2.) WATER TREATMENT PLANTS


3.) WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT & EFFLUENT DISPOSAL


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Executive Director’s Report By

Eva J. Deyo

March 15, 2017 – Regular Board Meeting


Water Department

During February, Jean Pierre “JP” Louis and the Water Department staff completed the following:

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.

Water Plant Issues –The Airport Plant was out of service for maintenance during February. 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.

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 February:

Plant Operations & Maintenance – John Short and his staff were working under mostly normal conditions for this time of year. We had problems with the clarifier blankets going over the weirs.

FDEP Inspection – FDEP came to the WWTP for an inspection the week of October 19, 2015. We still have not received their written report.

Sprayfield – We have been using the Sprayfield as much as possible. In preparation for the annual inspection, John Short and his staff have been removing the cattails in Pond 3.

Schwing Bioset Process – We have begun making our own fertilizer: Organi’Kalee. We are currently using it in our own sprayfield. It didn’t run for approximately eight days in February.

Vacancies – There are no vacancies in this department.


Wastewater Collection

Lift Station Maintenance – During February, 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 replaced a pressure relief valve for Lift Station X2.

Sewer backup – There were sewer backups on Eustis Avenue, Breezewood Street, Orange Street, Palm Ridge Drive, Weeks Terrace, and Charlotte Street,

Lift Station X4 and X7 – Quality Enterprises was contracted to complete the upgrades to X7 and X4. Both of the Lift Stations were completed and placed in service in February.

Lift Station A1 – Lake Trafford Marina – We had to hire Jackie Williams to pull the electrical permit with the County. LCEC would not replace the meter without a permit.


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Vacancies – We interviewed for the vacant Service Tech I position, left by Jacob Gallegos. We offered the job to Jose Barrera. He began working on February 27, 2017.


Administration

During February, 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.

Vocantas Interactive Voice Response Solution – IWSD is going to be implementing this system. It will automate routine tasks and increase available time for complex requirements. It will also streamline customer service and increase customer satisfaction. It is flexible and scalable to meet our unique requirements. They will assign a toll free number 866-658-3630 to IWSD. Customers will be able to call in to make payments with checks, credit cards, etc. It uses speech recognition and is PCI compliant. It will allow for the customers to be called before their water is turned off.

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 – Katie Cheney left the part time position in the Human Resource Department. We hired Emily Frederick to replace her. She began working on February 6, 2017. There are no vacancies in this department.


      Maintenance Department

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

      Wastewater Plant and Sprayfield: – They installed a 2" water line on the new bar screen. They pulled and cleaned station K pump #3. They replaced lift station "K" pump guide poles holding brackets. They re-set a breaker on Digester #1. They worked on grit separator drain, and made it bigger. They also unclogged the grit separator blower line, and installed a check valve on the grit separator water line into the tank. They reset the breaker on Rotor 1A.They replaced blown fuses on Rotor 3A. They flushed Rotor 4C gearbox. They worked on the WW plant repairing the road and getting it ready for asphalt.

      Equipment: - They installed a new battery on the Kubota. They worked on B95 back hoe trailer lights and installed 2 new tires. They charged the battery on the Kawasaki Mule. They cleaned and washed MX 110 Case Tractor getting it ready for repairs.

      Vehicles: - They made brackets for the new trucks. They installed rear suspension airbags and controllers on truck 111 and 120. They checked and added air as needed in truck 112 tires. They serviced truck 113 and also replaced the heater core, and re-charged the a/c system. They jumped started truck 119. They installed GPSs on trucks 111, 120 and 554. They removed and took radiator to Cape Coral for repairs on truck 228, and replaced the radiator. They took truck 335 to Kelly's Tractor for troubleshooting and repairs, and also repaired the brake air line, and muffler. They installed a top strobe light bar on truck 554. They repaired the rear lights on truck 559.

      Water Department: - They helped dept 10 remove the side cover of the Airport water tank for the cleaning crew. They also repaired the plant aerator screen door and helped with the tank drain valve. They trimmed trees and started cleaning fence line at the Airport Water Plant and worked on

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      Airport Water Plant lights. They trimmed trees at the Carson Water Plant for lights and worked on the lights. They repaired the water tank fan blower on the JVW Water Plant. They also installed a fluoride room exhaust fan motor and belt. They took out the HSP #1 VFD at the JVW Water Plant and sent it for repairs, and reinstalled it. They also replaced the motor coupling.

      Miscellaneous: They worked on Norma's office network and phone lines. They replaced the bad phone cable on the credit card machine. They adjusted the main office restroom toilet. They helped Dept 30 on sewer backups, and pulling pumps at various lift stations.

      Vacancies – There are no vacancies in this department.


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      LEASE AND EASEMENT AGREEMENT


      THIS LEASE AND EASEMENT AGREEMENT ("Lease") is made this 1st day September 2017 by and between IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT, having its principal office at 1020 Sanitation Road, Immokalee, Florida 34142, ("LANDLORD") and RADIO FIESTA, INC., having its principle office at 530 East Alverdez Avenue, Clewiston, Florida 33440 ("TENANT").


      1. Premises and Use. The LANDLORD does hereby grant, devise and let to the TENANT and the TENANT does hereby lease and take from the LANDLORD, for the term and upon the terms and conditions set forth in this Lease, (a) all that certain property together with such non-exclusive easements which includes the right of ingress and egress over certain other property owned by LANDLORD which is described as Sanitation Road or the Old Dump Road, which leased property but not the ingress and egress is more specifically described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and made a part hereof by reference and located in Immokalee, Collier County, Florida, (b) the right to construct a transmitter building, to erect an antenna tower and associated AM ground system, to install and mount to TENANT'S antenna tower communications antennas and required transmission lines as described in Exhibit B, together with all tenements, appurtenances, fixtures, rights and privileges belonging, appertaining or beneficial thereto. TENANT shall use the Premises as an AM Broadcast transmitter site as well as a cellular radio cell site/paging and communications site for the reception and origination of radio frequency signals as an integral part of a cellular radio/paging and communications system. Space will be provided on the tower for the LANDLORD’S two-way radio antenna system at no charge.


      2. Term


        1. Effective Date. The effective date of this Lease is S.


        2. Initial Term. This Lease shall commence on effective date hereof and shall be for a term often (10) years ("Initial Term"). LANDLORD acknowledges and agrees that, in the event that zoning or other governmental body approvals are not obtained, TENANT shall have the option to immediately terminate this Lease with no further obligations whatsoever, including rental pay rents, to the LANDLORD.


        3. Option to Renew. TENANT shall have the option and right to renew this Lease for a minimum of three (3) terms (individually, a "Renewal Period") commencing on the day following the termination of the prior term upon the same covenants, conditions, limitations, terms and agreements as are then in effect hereunder. The option herein granted shall be deemed to have been exercised at the end of each such term unless the TENANT shall notify the LANDLORD in writing that it does not intend to exercise its option at least ninety (90) days in advance of the expiration date of the then current term. Rents shall be prorated accordingly in the event of cancellation. However, the LANDLORD retains the right, during a renewal period, to cancel this lease with one hundred eighty (180) days written notice to TENANT.


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        4. Right of First Refusal to Purchase. The TENANT shall have no right of first refusal to purchase the leased lands. Disposal of real property by LANDLORD, an independent special taxing district, shall be according to state law.


      3. Rent.


        1. Basic Rent. TENANT shall pay LANDLORD as rent hereunder from the commencement hereof and continuing for the Initial Term the sum of $5,880.00 Dollars per year ("Basic Rent"). Basic Rent shall be payable in monthly installments of $490.00. In the event there is use tax on the rent, TENANT shall also be liable to pay same. In addition, TENANT shall pay LANDLORD 25% of income of up to $3000.00 per month from tower rental fees that are collected. TENANT shall pay 27% of income between $3,000.00 and

          $5,000.00 per month and TENANT will pay 30% of income above $5000.00 per month of rental fees collected. TENANT shall remit tower rental fees monthly along with the basic rent. TENANT shall provide an independent audit of the tower rental fees that are collected to the LANDLORD, once per year, and discrepancies shall be promptly remitted to LANDLORD.


        2. Adjusted Rent . During the Initial Term and any Renewal Period, LANDLORD may increase the Basic Rent to an amount not to exceed the Basic Rent multiplied by a factor having as its numerator 100% of the most recently published United States Department of Labor Consumer Price Index - All Items ("CPI") and as its denominator the CPI for the month and year of Lease. Increases shall take effect on the annual anniversary date of this Lease.


      4. Insurance. TENANT shall maintain, at its own cost and expense, (a) liability insurance with a minimal amount of $500,000 coverage against all direct loss or liability in connection with bodily injury, death or property damage upon the Premises under policies (which may be in the form of blanket coverage) of general comprehensive public liability insurance and (b) workmen's compensation insurance as required in order to protect it from claims under any applicable workmen's compensation laws in effect. Notwithstanding any other provision herein, LANDLORD and TENANT hereby release each other, to the extent of each party's insurance coverage from liability for direct loss or damage to the property of the party granting such release, even if the direct loss or damage occurred through the negligence of such other party or its agents, servants, invitees or employees. This release shall be effective only with respect to direct loss or damage occurring during such time as the relevant insurance policy of the party granting such release contains a clause to the effect that this release does not affect such policy or the right of the insured to recover there under. Each party will use its best efforts to the end that its policies of insurance will contain such a clause, but if an additional premium is charged for such waiver, the party benefiting there from, if it desires to have the waiver, will pay to the other the amount of such additional premium promptly upon being billed therefore.


      5. Improvements Made by TENANT. TENANT intends to make the improvements to the Premises listed on Exhibit B hereto, and may make additional improvements to the Premises


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        consistent with TENANTS intended use without LANDLORD'S prior written consent so long as it does not interfere with LANDLORD'S business or operations on the Adjacent Property.

        Any equipment installed upon or improvements made to the Premises by TENANT shall be deemed business property of TENANT and not fixtures appurtenant to the Premises notwithstanding that such improvements may be affixed or attached to realty. LANDLORD will assert no right to such improvements. TENANT may, and shall if LANDLORD so requests, remove any such equipment or improvements from the Premises within 60 days after the termination of this Lease. If TENANT removes such property, TENANT shall repair any direct damage caused thereby.


        TENANT will be responsible for installation and maintenance of fences, including those adjacent to the small dirt road, which will provide access to the described property. This fence is intended to limit the accessibility to the radio tower, and also limit TENANT’s ability to travel upon other properties of the LANDLORD.


      6. Installation, Repairs and Maintenance.


        1. TENANTS Obligations. TENANT shall be responsible for the installation of antennas on TENANTS tower and shall conform to all applicable federal, state or local regulations and standards in performing such installation. TENANT, at its sole cost and expense, shall be responsible for repairs to and maintenance of any equipment or improvements located on the Premises and for any direct damage it may cause to the Premises or other property of LANDLORD.

          TENANT shall maintain all of the fenced areas. TENANT shall have no control over any of the leased property except the fenced areas and ground system area, and LANDLORD shall not interfere with TENANT'S operations in those areas.


        2. LANDLORD'S Obligations. LANDLORD agrees that TENANT shall have access to LANDLORD'S property as specified hereinabove, TENANT'S antenna site and/or equipment rooms for the purpose of installing, maintaining and operating TENANTS equipment, and LANDLORD further agrees to give TENANT the specified ingress and egress to the Premises during the continuation of this Lease and any renewals thereof. LANDLORD shall furnish TENANT with necessary keys or gate codes for the purpose of ingress and egress to the Premises.


      7. Taxes. The leased premises are currently not subject to taxes since LANDLORD is a governmental agency. In the event that LANDLORD'S leased property becomes taxable due to the specific improvement made by TENANT on the Leased Premises, then TENANT shall pay same. However, LANDLORD agrees to commence a tax assessment appeal, if requested by the TENANT to reduce the real estate taxes on the subject premises. TENANT agrees to be fully responsible for all costs including reasonable attorney fees relative to the tax assessment appeal.


      8. Quiet Enjoyment. Subject to the matters set forth in this Lease upon observing its obligations under this Lease. TENANT shall quietly have and enjoy the Premises during the term of this Lease without hindrance or molestation by anyone claiming by or through LANDLORD. LANDLORD represents and warrants that there is no lien, claim or interest

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        of any third party which would adversely affect TENANT’S use and enjoyment of the Premises or its interests hereunder. LANDLORD further warrants and certifies that LANDLORD has all right, title and interest in the subject Premises. As a condition precedent to TENANT’S obligations hereunder, LANDLORD shall obtain nondisturbance agreements from any mortgagee or LANDLORD, in form satisfactory to TENANT, providing for the recognition of this Lease in the event of LANDLORD’S default. LANDLORD shall not create or suffer to exist any lien or encumbrance against the Premises, which would adversely affect TENANT'S use or enjoyment of the Premises.


      9. Compliance With Laws. The parties agree to comply with all laws, regulations and enactments of any governmental authority relating to the Premises, and to hold the other harmless from all direct consequences for any failure to do so. However, the TENANT agrees to obtain all necessary permits and comply with all regulations and requirements of any governmental authority relative to the Premises and to hold the LANDLORD harmless and indemnify their heirs and assigns for all direct consequences of its failure to do so. LANDLORD warrants and certifies that the Premises are free and clear of any local, state and federal environmental violations at the effective date of this Lease.


      10. Default If Tenant. (a) fails to pay within 30 days after due any amount hereunder, including without limitation, any rent or additional rent or (b) fails to perform any of its other obligations hereunder within 45 days after written notice of any such failure has been given by LANDLORD, or (c) becomes insolvent, makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors, files or has filed against it a petition in bankruptcy, bill in equity, or other proceeding for the appointment of a receiver, conservator or other custodian for its property, or if proceedings for reorganization or composition with creditors under any law is instituted by or against TENANT, or (d) if any execution or attachment shall be issued against TENANT or any of TENANT'S property whereupon the Premises shall be taken or occupies by someone other than TENANT, then LANDLORD may serve a written 14 days' notice of cancellation of this Lease upon TENANT upon the expiration of said 14 days, this Lease and the term hereunder shall end and expire as fully and completely as if the expiration of such 14 day period were the day herein definitely fixed for the end and expiration of this Lease and the term thereof and TENANT shall then quit and surrender the Premises to LANDLORD but TENANT shall remain liable as hereinafter provided, except that is a default by TENANT under subparagraph (b) above is of such a nature that it cannot reasonably be cured within 45 days, LANDLORD will not exercise any right or remedy hereunder so long as TENANT is proceeding with due diligence and in good faith to cure such default.


      11. Remedies of LANDLORD. In case of any such default the rent shall become due thereupon and be paid up to the end of the current Leasehold period. However, LANDLORD must make every effort to rent the Premises and therefore mitigate damages.


      12. Exercise of Rights. No delay, forbearance or omission by LANDLORD or TENANT in exercising any right upon any default by the other will impair any such right or be construed as a waiver of any such default or an acquiescence thereto. No waiver of any default will affect-any later default or impair any rights of LANDLORD or TENANT with respect


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        thereto. The rights of the LANDLORD and TENANT provided herein are intended to be cumulative and non-exclusive, and no single, partial or full exercise of any right by LANDLORD or TENANT will preclude other or further exercise thereof.


      13. Damage, to Premises. In the event the Premises are totally or substantially destroyed by fire or other casualty during the Term or any extension or renewal thereof, TENANT may, within forty-five (45) days of the casualty, cancel this Lease, effective. as of the date of the casualty, by giving notice in writing to the other party. In the event that the Premises are partially destroyed by fire or other casualty and cannot be repaired and restored within thirty

        (30) days from the date of the casualty, then the TENANT may cancel or terminate this Lease, effective as of the date of casualty, by giving fifteen (15) days notice in writing to the LANDLORD. In either event, there shall be no further obligation hereunder one to the other, except for the payment of the rental to the date of the casualty loss.


      14. Holding Over. A holding over by the TENANT beyond the term of this Lease with the consent of the LANDLORD, which consent shall be construed from silence, shall extend this Lease from month-to-month thereafter.


      15. Condemnation. Eminent domain rights are not exercisable against the LANDLORD.


      16. Regulatory Status . LANDLORD acknowledges that TENANTS equipment will be used directly and exclusively in rendering cellular radio/paging communications service subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and that TENANTS service, equipment and transmission lines may not be disconnected terminated or interrupted in any manner without the approval of the FCC prior to any such disconnection, termination or interruption. LANDLORD covenants and agrees that LANDLORD will not do any act or omit to do any act which would cause, directly or indirectly, any such disconnection, termination or interruption.


      17. Assignment and Sublease. TENANT will have the right to assign this Lease or to sublet without LANDLORD'S consent.


      18. Indemnification. Deleted.


      19. Entire Agreement: Parties in Interest . This Lease contains the entire agreement between the parties hereto and may be altered or amended only by a writing signed by the party against whom enforcement of same is sought. This Lease shall bind and inure to the benefit of the respective successors, representatives, and assigns of each party. The easements granted hereby shall, in addition, inure to the benefit of TENANT'S agents, employees, invitees and licensees. The term "LANDLORD" as used herein shall mean the LANDLORD, its agents and employees and its successors and assigns, including any grantee of any of LANDLORD'S property described in this Lease or Exhibits hereto.


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      20. Termination. LANDLORD agrees that TENANT may terminate this Lease by providing the LANDLORD with written notification of said termination within at least ninety (90) days in advance of the termination date. TENANT will be solely responsible for rental payments up to and including the date of the termination. Subsequent to the termination date, TENANT will not be liable for any rental payments or obligations whatsoever relative to the Lease and TENANT shall have thirty (30) days to remove all of TENANT'S equipment from the subject premises. If the LANDLORD needs the land that the tower is on, the LANDLORD would make every effort to find an alternative location nearby, on the

        LANDLORD’S property.


      21. Memorandum of Lease. Deleted.


      22. Notices. All notices or communications hereunder shall be effective only if in writing and delivered or mailed registered mail, return-receipt requested, postage prepaid, to the parties at the following addresses or to such other address of which the notifying party has been notified in accordance with the provision of this Paragraph:


        1. If to LANDLORD:


          Immokalee Water & Sewer District 1020 Sanitation Road

          Immokalee, Florida 34142


        2. If to TENANT:


          Robert Castellanos Radio Fiesta, Inc.

          530 East Alverdez Avenue Clewiston, Florida 33440


      23. Governing Law. This Lease shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Lease the day and year first above written.


ATTEST: LANDLORD: IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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Bonnie Keen, SECRETARY Joseph Brister, CHAIRMAN Reviewed by:

TENANT:

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Kenneth K. Thompson, Attorney RADIO FIESTA, INC.

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Topographic and Hydrologic Analyses for Delineating Flat Terrain Watershed of Lake Trafford


Sanjay Shukla Max Wallace

UF/IFAS SWFREC – Water Resources

Agricultural & Biological Engineering © UF-IFAS; Shukla & Wallace, 2016

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Lake Trafford Watershed Delineation

Goal: Delineate watershed boundary using topographic and hydrologic analyses

Objectives:

1) Use LiDAR and hydrologic data and preliminary site visits to identify potential areas of uncertainty


1) Conduct drainage network analyses, topographic survey-based ground truthing, and field visits and landowners’ meeting, to finalize the boundary.


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Commercial and Industrial 523 585 61 ↑ 11.7

Cropland/improved pasture/tree crops 6,526 5,578 -948 ↓ 14.5

High density residential 564 574 10 ↑ 1.8

Low density residential 634 565 -69 ↓ 10.9

Medium density residential 556 608 53 ↑ 9.5

Undeveloped rangeland/upland forest 1,539 1,297 -242 ↓ 15.7

Unimproved pasture/woodland pasture 1,770 1,632 -138 ↓ 7.8

Water 92 82 -10 ↓ 11.0

Wetlands 6,190 5,348 -842 ↓ 13.6

TOTAL 18,393 16,269 -2124 ↓ 11.5

Land Use Category 2008 Revised Change (ac) (ac) (ac) (%)

Commercial and Industrial 523 585 61 ↑ 11.7

Cropland/improved pasture/tree crops 6,526 5,578 -948 ↓ 14.5

High density residential 564 574 10 ↑ 1.8

Low density residential 634 565 -69 ↓ 10.9

Medium density residential 556 608 53 ↑ 9.5

Undeveloped rangeland/upland forest 1,539 1,297 -242 ↓ 15.7

Unimproved pasture/woodland pasture 1,770 1,632 -138 ↓ 7.8

Water 92 82 -10 ↓ 11.0

Wetlands 6,190 5,348 -842 ↓ 13.6

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Acknowledgements


SFWMD

TOC Land Services, Inc.

Landowners within the watershed Lake Trafford Marina Inc Conservation Collier

CREW Land and Water Trust Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission

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