IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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

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May 08, 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, May 17, 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. March 2017- Roy Herrera

    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. April 26, 2017 Board Meeting

    2. Civil Rights Compliance Report

    3. April 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 17-05-Investment Policy

    2. Resolution 17-06-Safety Manual Addendum


  5. Discussion Agenda

    1. Attorney's Report

  6. Other Public Interests


  7. Adjournment

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


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

(239) 658-3630, no less than five (5) days prior to the above stated 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: April 20 , 2017 Subject: Employee of the Month

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Mr. Roy Herrera was the winner for the March 2017 "Employee of the Month” contest. He earned this by not using vacation time or sick time and by not being late. He took an "FWPCOA" short school and received his certification for "Backflow Tester". This is his first time winning this award for this fiscal year.


GREAT JOB ROY HERRERA!

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: May 09, 2017

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Subject: Special Dates


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


May 07, 2017 Jenna Cisneros 9 Year Anniversary –Clerk/Secretary-Dept. 40

May 18, 2017 Juan Garza’s 12 Year Anniversary –Maintenance Tech II – Dept.50 May 21, 2017 Jean Pierre Louis 10 Year Anniversary- Water Plant Operator-Dept. 10

May 27, 2017 Jose Barrera 3 Month Anniversary-WW Service Tech I -Dept. 30


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MAYO 4 2017

lmmokalee w te,& &we,

John Short 405 S. E. 15 st .

lmmokalee Fl. 34142


On April 28, 2017 I John Short, were

image teramiated by my supervisor Eva Deyo.

I would like the opportunity to be placed

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on the ajenda for the next board meeting for a grivence of my determination.



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KENNETH K. THOMPSON

Attorney-at-Law 1150 Lee Boulevard, Suite 1 Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936

E-Mail: Ken@KenThompson-LawOffice.com


Phone: (239) 369-5664

369-8763


May 8, 2017

Fax: (239)


via email and U S. Mail


Ms. Eva J. Deyo Exec utive Director

Immok a lee Water and Sewe r District I 020 Sanitation Road

lmmok alee , Florida 34142


Re: John Shor t"s request for a grie vance of my termination Dear Eva:

Thank you for the opportunity to review Mr. John Short's le tt e r of May 4, 201 7 in which he

asked to speak to the Board of the Irnrnokalee Water and Sewe r District and "for a grie vance of my termination." As you and l have d isc usse d in the past, the policies and procedur es of the lmmo ka lee Water and Sewer District do not provide for the review of the termination of an emp lo yee by the Board. The District's policies place the auth orit y power to h ire and /or fire its emp lo yees in the pos ition of the Exec ut ive Director , and there is no further rev ie w contemplated by the Districts policy.


Having stated there is no District policy whi c h allows a grie va nc e proced ure , l suggest that the District treat Mr. Sho rts l et ter as a request to speak in th e pub li c co mm e nt s sect io n as set forth in the Boards agenda . Mr. Sho rt as a memb er of the public has a right to speak to the Board in accordance wit h the Boards pol ic y, wh ic h allow any me mber of the public to speak on any issue they beli e ve i s related to the District. Public comm e nt s are li mit e d to three (3) m i nutes , un l ess the Cha irman ex pand s the time.


In conc l us io n, Mr. Sho11 s hou ld be info rmed that the District ha s no grie va nce proced ure for an emp lo yee who is terminated from their emp loyment. But as a member of the pub lic , he is welcome to speak to the Board during the period set aside for public comments.



KKT

Please call me if you have any quest io ns or comme nts.

Sincere ly, c

cc: Eva Deyo

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 April 2017.


Norma Garcia

Civil Rights Committee

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04/01/17-04/30/17


Over/ (Under)


PY Actual

10/01/16-04/30/17


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

04/16 Actual Budget

Budget

10/15-04/16

Total Revenue

$ 838,144 $

729,638 $

108,506 $

732,436

$ 5,576,498 $

5,107,463 $

469,035 $

5,160,845


$ 280,583

$ 231,591

$ 48,992

$ 228,476

$ 1,824,756

$ 1,621,137

$ 203,619

$ 1,629,211

446,751

398,037

48,714

394,839

2,966,294

2,786,259

180,035

2,801,346

54,449

50,178

4,271

50,503

375,972

351,246

24,726

349,859

6,690

8,818

(2,128)

7,290

52,000

61,726

(9,726)

51,565

8,410

4,167

4,243

10,125

60,595

29,169

31,426

52,750

4,797

4,167

630

4,531

32,416

29,169

3,247

30,642

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

0

453

(453)

0

-

3,170

(3,170)

-

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

2,504

4,167

(1,663)

7,558

55,919

29,169

26,750

44,788

0

(2,083)

2,083

0

(11,359)

(14,583)

3,224

-

29,175

26,287

2,888

25,766

197,544

184,009

13,535

178,544

4,785

3,856

929

3,348

20,410

26,992

(6,582)

22,140

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

-

-

-

-

$ 280,583

$ 231,591

$ 48,992

$ 228,476

$ 1,824,756

$ 1,621,137

$ 203,619

$ 1,629,211

446,751

398,037

48,714

394,839

2,966,294

2,786,259

180,035

2,801,346

54,449

50,178

4,271

50,503

375,972

351,246

24,726

349,859

6,690

8,818

(2,128)

7,290

52,000

61,726

(9,726)

51,565

8,410

4,167

4,243

10,125

60,595

29,169

31,426

52,750

4,797

4,167

630

4,531

32,416

29,169

3,247

30,642

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

0

453

(453)

0

-

3,170

(3,170)

-

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

2,504

4,167

(1,663)

7,558

55,919

29,169

26,750

44,788

0

(2,083)

2,083

0

(11,359)

(14,583)

3,224

-

29,175

26,287

2,888

25,766

197,544

184,009

13,535

178,544

4,785

3,856

929

3,348

20,410

26,992

(6,582)

22,140

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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$ 120,682 $


167,709 $


(47,027) $


72,742


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$ 1,090,703 $


1,173,963 $


(83,260) $


965,386

Wastewater Department 20 - Expenses 118,029 144,894 (26,865) 103,629 1,060,291 1,014,258 46,033 966,866

Wastewater Collection - Department 30 Expenses 57,475 69,733 (12,258) 49,455 430,052 488,131 (58,079) 421,236

Administration Department 40 Expenses 102,138 120,907 (18,519) 78,764 732,249 846,349 (114,100) 697,218

Maintenance Department 50 - Expenses 35,670 55,667 (19,997) 21,875 259,357 389,669 (130,312) 234,279

Miscellaneous Expenses $156,833 $221,188 ($64,355) $151,730 1,105,603 1,548,317 (442,714) 1,070,302

Total Operating Expenses

$ 590,827 $

780,098 $

(189,021) $

478,195

$ 4,678,255 $

5,460,687 $

(782,432)

$4,355,286


Accruals for Principle Payments


$ 384,750 $


384,750 $ -


$ 384,750 $


384,750 $ -


Net Surplus (Deficit)


$ (137,433) $


(435,211) $


297,527 $


254,241


$ 513,493 $


(737,974) $ 1,251,467 $


805,559


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PY Actual 04/16

10/01/16-04/30/17


Actual Budget


Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 10/15-04/16


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

$ 120,682 $ 167,709 $

(47,027) $ 72,742

$ 1,090,703 $

1,173,963 $ (83,260) $

965,386


$ 66,005

$ 58,505

$ 7,500

$ 49,241

2,247

7,175

(4,928)

1,041

5,615

5,025

590

3,775

0

87

(87)

30

4,091

3,510

581

2,648

17,245

20,542

(3,297)

448

3,042

3,415

(373)

2,025

746

2,167

(1,421)

1,236

618

702

(84)

672

0

14,821

(14,821)

13,511

0

1,672

(1,672)

0

0

833

(833)

0

1,105

7,621

(6,516)

0

5,395

12,528

(7,133)

12,012

1,235

2,228

(993)

2,159

0

2,221

(2,221)

1,910

0

1,817

(1,817)

1,428

475

357

118

300

6,136

8,728

(2,592)

2,561

5,717

10,984

(5,267)

(24,837)

655

2,340

(1,685)

2,435

355

325

30

147

0

106

(106)

0

$ 66,005

$ 58,505

$ 7,500

$ 49,241

2,247

7,175

(4,928)

1,041

5,615

5,025

590

3,775

0

87

(87)

30

4,091

3,510

581

2,648

17,245

20,542

(3,297)

448

3,042

3,415

(373)

2,025

746

2,167

(1,421)

1,236

618

702

(84)

672

0

14,821

(14,821)

13,511

0

1,672

(1,672)

0

0

833

(833)

0

1,105

7,621

(6,516)

0

5,395

12,528

(7,133)

12,012

1,235

2,228

(993)

2,159

0

2,221

(2,221)

1,910

0

1,817

(1,817)

1,428

475

357

118

300

6,136

8,728

(2,592)

2,561

5,717

10,984

(5,267)

(24,837)

655

2,340

(1,685)

2,435

355

325

30

147

0

106

(106)

0

$ 348,795

$ 409,535

$ (60,740)

$ 303,568

16,010

50,225

(34,215)

18,852

29,539

35,175

(5,636)

25,683

93

609

(516)

93

18,590

24,570

(5,980)

17,769

141,959

143,794

(1,835)

145,064

27,123

23,905

3,218

18,383

7,698

15,169

(7,471)

12,171

4,102

4,914

(812)

4,569

76,230

103,747

(27,517)

89,485

18,463

11,704

6,759

17,911

9,489

5,831

3,658

8,925

79,396

53,347

26,049

81,656

118,207

87,696

30,511

128,984

18,636

15,596

3,040

16,758

8,675

15,547

(6,872)

11,092

6,635

12,719

(6,084)

7,926

2,198

2,499

(301)

716

48,481

61,096

(12,615)

54,444

97,024

76,888

20,136

(11,591)

11,095

16,380

(5,285)

11,185

1,650

2,275

(625)

1,057

615

742

(127)

686

$ 348,795

$ 409,535

$ (60,740)

$ 303,568

16,010

50,225

(34,215)

18,852

29,539

35,175

(5,636)

25,683

93

609

(516)

93

18,590

24,570

(5,980)

17,769

141,959

143,794

(1,835)

145,064

27,123

23,905

3,218

18,383

7,698

15,169

(7,471)

12,171

4,102

4,914

(812)

4,569

76,230

103,747

(27,517)

89,485

18,463

11,704

6,759

17,911

9,489

5,831

3,658

8,925

79,396

53,347

26,049

81,656

118,207

87,696

30,511

128,984

18,636

15,596

3,040

16,758

8,675

15,547

(6,872)

11,092

6,635

12,719

(6,084)

7,926

2,198

2,499

(301)

716

48,481

61,096

(12,615)

54,444

97,024

76,888

20,136

(11,591)

11,095

16,380

(5,285)

11,185

1,650

2,275

(625)

1,057

615

742

(127)

686

*Wages expense was reduced to reflect capitalized labor for installation of new meters and replaced meters - $4,692 for April and $18,356 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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Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 10/15-04/16


Wastewater Department 20 - Expenses

5000.20

SALARIES & WAGES - WWTP

$ 329,800

$

306,873

$ 22,927

$ 304,344

5002.20

OVERTIME WAGES - WWTP

7,347

15,582

(8,235)

7,670

5006.20

FICA - WWTP

25,813

24,668

1,145

23,517

5060.20

UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

78

1,134

(1,056)

138

5090.20

EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

13,911

18,410

(4,499)

14,075

5095.20

HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

101,971

100,079

1,892

93,999

5098.20

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

17,384

16,765

619

11,473

5155.20

TRAVEL & TRAINING

3,292

10,500

(7,208)

2,361

5180.20

TELEPHONE & FAX

1,839

2,163

(324)

1,613

5220.20

ELECTRIC

108,171

140,238

(32,067)

143,011

5230.20

SECTION 8 ELECTRIC

3,002

5,096

(2,094)

3,763

5250.20

GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

18,463

11,704

6,759

17,911

5255.20

COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

4,067

2,919

1,148

4,463

5260.20

OTHER INSURANCE

75,256

50,351

24,905

77,069

5281.20

SECTION 8 FIELD MAINTENANCE

-

9,366

(9,366)

-

5282.20

REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

162,558

73,479

89,079

88,755

5283.20

SECTION 8 REPAIRS

7,862

8,463

(601)

7,862

5287.20

OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

8,400

41,398

(32,998)

10,320

5300.20

VEHICLE FUEL

3,323

6,342

(3,019)

4,908

5310.20

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

7,644

8,540

(896)

8,245

5520.20

LICENSES AND PERMITS

450

7,126

(6,676)

5,211

5580.20

CHEMICALS

56,458

43,337

13,121

35,802

5582.20

OTHER MATERIALS

18,738

29,267

(10,529)

28,634

5585.20

LABORATORY FEES

21,769

21,833

(64)

14,208

5590.20

RESIDUALS MANAGEMENT

61,624

56,854

4,770

56,880

5600.20

UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

1,001

1,400

(399)

506

5605.20

MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

70

371

(301)

128

Total Department 20 Expenses

$ 118,029 $ 144,894 $

(26,865) $ 103,629

$ 1,060,291 $

1,014,258

46,033

$ 966,866


$ 65,434

$ 43,839

$ 21,595

$ 42,068

188

2,226

(2,038)

177

5,025

3,524

1,501

3,179

2

162

(160)

27

2,927

2,630

297

2,024

10,949

14,297

(3,348)

363

1,826

2,395

(569)

1,221

150

1,500

(1,350)

0

293

309

(16)

202

0

20,034

(20,034)

20,710

0

728

(728)

709

0

1,672

(1,672)

0

0

417

(417)

0

1,570

7,193

(5,623)

0

0

1,338

(1,338)

0

11,539

10,497

1,042

8,934

0

1,209

(1,209)

0

1,166

5,914

(4,748)

3,811

0

906

(906)

457

92

1,220

(1,128)

4,395

450

1,018

(568)

0

5,400

6,191

(791)

3,587

1,744

4,181

(2,437)

4,450

1,444

3,119

(1,675)

762

7,830

8,122

(292)

6,553

0

200

(200)

0

0

53

(53)

0

$ 65,434

$ 43,839

$ 21,595

$ 42,068

188

2,226

(2,038)

177

5,025

3,524

1,501

3,179

2

162

(160)

27

2,927

2,630

297

2,024

10,949

14,297

(3,348)

363

1,826

2,395

(569)

1,221

150

1,500

(1,350)

0

293

309

(16)

202

0

20,034

(20,034)

20,710

0

728

(728)

709

0

1,672

(1,672)

0

0

417

(417)

0

1,570

7,193

(5,623)

0

0

1,338

(1,338)

0

11,539

10,497

1,042

8,934

0

1,209

(1,209)

0

1,166

5,914

(4,748)

3,811

0

906

(906)

457

92

1,220

(1,128)

4,395

450

1,018

(568)

0

5,400

6,191

(791)

3,587

1,744

4,181

(2,437)

4,450

1,444

3,119

(1,675)

762

7,830

8,122

(292)

6,553

0

200

(200)

0

0

53

(53)

0

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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Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 04/16

10/01/16-04/30/17


Actual Budget


Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 10/15-04/16


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

$ 57,475 $

69,733 $

(12,258) $ 49,455

$ 430,052 $

488,131

$ (58,079) $

421,236


$ 36,325

$ 27,838

$ 8,487

$ 22,475

726

2,898

(2,172)

1,713

2,845

2,351

494

1,839

3

74

(71)

1

1,823

1,670

153

1,300

5,859

9,936

(4,077)

223

1,127

1,598

(471)

835

0

1,000

(1,000)

0

119

179

(60)

169

2,543

3,385

(842)

2,934

0

1,672

(1,672)

0

0

486

(486)

0

0

112

(112)

0

2,328

5,871

(3,543)

10,813

2,116

554

1,562

1,961

0

1,211

(1,211)

683

119

4,069

(3,950)

77

0

776

(776)

0

0

146

(146)

0

1,542

3,722

(2,180)

4,432

0

150

(150)

0

0

35

(35)

0

$ 36,325

$ 27,838

$ 8,487

$ 22,475

726

2,898

(2,172)

1,713

2,845

2,351

494

1,839

3

74

(71)

1

1,823

1,670

153

1,300

5,859

9,936

(4,077)

223

1,127

1,598

(471)

835

0

1,000

(1,000)

0

119

179

(60)

169

2,543

3,385

(842)

2,934

0

1,672

(1,672)

0

0

486

(486)

0

0

112

(112)

0

2,328

5,871

(3,543)

10,813

2,116

554

1,562

1,961

0

1,211

(1,211)

683

119

4,069

(3,950)

77

0

776

(776)

0

0

146

(146)

0

1,542

3,722

(2,180)

4,432

0

150

(150)

0

0

35

(35)

0

$ 169,115

$ 194,866

$ (25,751)

$ 161,792

8,358

20,286

(11,928)

12,148

13,657

16,457

(2,800)

13,224

41

518

(477)

37

8,023

11,690

(3,667)

9,001

60,269

69,552

(9,283)

66,394

9,759

11,186

(1,427)

7,242

(1,100)

7,000

(8,100)

2,727

645

1,253

(608)

725

16,482

23,695

(7,213)

21,074

18,463

11,704

6,759

17,911

5,423

3,402

2,021

5,206

1,151

784

367

1,201

57,463

41,097

16,366

62,220

5,302

3,878

1,424

4,247

4,197

8,477

(4,280)

4,800

34,075

28,483

5,592

5,409

142

5,432

(5,290)

311

-

1,022

(1,022)

-

18,414

26,054

(7,640)

25,205

148

1,050

(902)

296

25

245

(220)

66

$ 169,115

$ 194,866

$ (25,751)

$ 161,792

8,358

20,286

(11,928)

12,148

13,657

16,457

(2,800)

13,224

41

518

(477)

37

8,023

11,690

(3,667)

9,001

60,269

69,552

(9,283)

66,394

9,759

11,186

(1,427)

7,242

(1,100)

7,000

(8,100)

2,727

645

1,253

(608)

725

16,482

23,695

(7,213)

21,074

18,463

11,704

6,759

17,911

5,423

3,402

2,021

5,206

1,151

784

367

1,201

57,463

41,097

16,366

62,220

5,302

3,878

1,424

4,247

4,197

8,477

(4,280)

4,800

34,075

28,483

5,592

5,409

142

5,432

(5,290)

311

-

1,022

(1,022)

-

18,414

26,054

(7,640)

25,205

148

1,050

(902)

296

25

245

(220)

66

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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Budget

Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 04/16


Actual


Budget

Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 10/15-04/16


Administration Department 40 Expenses

5000.40

SALARIES & WAGES - ADMIN.

$ 67,544

$ 56,790

$ 10,754

$ 41,692

$ 344,487

$ 397,530

$ (53,043)

$ 300,492

5002.40

OVERTIME WAGES - ADMIN.

0

326

(326)

0

323

2,282

(1,959)

85

5006.40

FICA - ADMIN.

5,167

4,369

798

3,112

24,929

30,583

(5,654)

20,894

5060.40

UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

4

181

(177)

17

80

1,267

(1,187)

61

5090.40

EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

3,808

3,302

506

2,386

17,575

23,114

(5,539)

16,554

5095.40

HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

11,584

13,258

(1,674)

378

98,970

92,806

6,164

93,289

5098.40

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

166

143

23

109

1,509

1,001

508

1,714

5100.40

LEGAL SERVICES

3,000

3,583

(583)

6,000

18,000

25,081

(7,081)

24,000

5102.40

LEGAL SERVICES-SEWER ASMNTS

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

5110.40

OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

0

125

(125)

608

-

875

(875)

608

5120.40

ACCOUNTING/AUDITING

0

3,667

(3,667)

0

37,290

25,669

11,621

37,350

5140.40

ENGINEERING SERVICES

0

10,600

(10,600)

7,065

48,627

74,200

(25,573)

49,455

5145.40

ENGINEERING WW SRF

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

5155.40

TRAVEL & TRAINING

82

2,833

(2,751)

2,812

3,175

19,831

(16,656)

15,216

5180.40

TELEPHONE & FAX

342

343

(1)

302

2,371

2,401

(30)

1,990

5200.40

POSTAGE & FREIGHT

2,781

3,851

(1,070)

2,628

22,397

26,957

(4,560)

20,081

5250.40

GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

0

350

(350)

0

3,874

2,450

1,424

3,745

5255.40

COMP. AUTO INSURANCE

0

69

(69)

0

678

483

195

744

5260.40

OTHER INSURANCE

927

3,967

(3,040)

0

33,805

27,769

6,036

36,508

5282.40

REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

0

2,693

(2,693)

179

11

18,851

(18,840)

697

5287.40

OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

2,831

3,021

(190)

3,696

28,065

21,147

6,918

22,363

5300.40

VEHICLE FUEL

0

21

(21)

0

49

147

(98)

25

5310.40

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

0

68

(68)

98

71

476

(405)

780

5360.40

OFFICE SUPPLIES

1,939

2,377

(438)

5,229

11,583

16,639

(5,056)

17,387

5380.40

MISC. OFFICE EXPENSE

1,900

3,092

(1,192)

2,067

21,951

21,644

307

25,360

5385.40

MISC BANK FEES

0

337

(337)

319

6,031

2,359

3,672

2,273

5386.40

MISC EXPENSE

0

64

(64)

0

-

448

(448)

(2,599)

5387.40

ARROWHEAD ASSESSMENT EXPENSE

0

250

0

0

35

1,750

(1,715)

-

5390.40

ADVERTISING

63

314

(251)

67

4,388

2,198

2,190

2,163

5520.40

LICENSES AND PERMITS

0

126

(126)

0

175

882

(707)

175

5605.40

MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

0

787

(787)

0

1,800

5,509

(3,709)

5,808

Total Department 40 Expenses

$ 102,138

120,907

(18,519)

78,764

732,249

846,349

(114,100)

697,218


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Budget

Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 04/16


Actual


Budget

Over/ (Under) Budget


PY Actual 10/15-04/16


Maintenance - Department 50 Expenses

5000.50

SALARIES & WAGES - Maint.

$ 18,275

$ 29,457

$ (11,182)

$ 10,481

$ 97,900

$ 206,199

$ (108,299)

$ 94,962

5002.50

OVERTIME WAGES -Maint

93

2,105

(2,012)

66

296

14,735

(14,439)

541

5006.50

FICA - Maint.

1,417

2,414

(997)

785

7,606

16,898

(9,292)

7,165

5060.50

UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES

0

39

(39)

7

21

273

(252)

64

5090.50

EMPLOYER PENSION CONT.

2,131

1,767

364

1,164

9,748

12,369

(2,621)

8,071

5095.50

HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

8,023

10,293

(2,270)

238

71,804

72,051

(247)

62,731

5098.50

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

1,294

1,641

(347)

865

11,520

11,487

33

6,882

5155.50

TRAVEL & TRAINING

0

1,167

(1,167)

0

-

8,169

(8,169)

2,546

5180.50

TELEPHONE & FAX

114

137

(23)

137

678

959

(281)

915

5250.50

GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

0

208

(208)

0

2,282

1,456

826

2,226

5255.50

COMP AUTO INSURANCE

0

625

(625)

0

6,778

4,375

2,403

6,694

5282.50

REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

1,245

1,069

176

3,708

15,320

7,483

7,837

8,583

5287.50

OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES

316

420

(104)

291

3,565

2,940

625

3,029

5300.50

VEHICLE FUEL

0

875

(875)

520

2,374

6,125

(3,751)

2,923

5310.50

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

312

1,422

(1,110)

554

9,260

9,954

(694)

10,861

5520.50

LICENSES AND PERMITS

952

60

892

0

2,015

420

1,595

142

5582.50

OTHER MATERIALS

1,445

1,753

(308)

3,059

17,437

12,271

5,166

15,324

5600.50

UNIFORMS/CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

53

175

(122)

0

753

1,225

(472)

594

5605.50

MEMBERSHIPS/BOOKS

0

40

(40)

0

-

280

(280)

26

Total Department 50 Expenses

$ 35,670

$ 55,667

$ (19,997)

$ 21,875

$ 259,357

$ 389,669

$ (130,312)

$ 234,279

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

-

20,417

(20,417)

-

5440.00

DEPRECIATION

156,833

156,833

0

151,730

1,097,832

1,097,831

1

1,062,112

5480.00

INTEREST EXPENSE-FHA

0

59,956

(59,956)

0

-

419,689

(419,689)

-

5490.00

INTEREST EXPENSE-OTHER

0

1,483

(1,483)

0

7,771

10,380

(2,609)

8,190

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

$ 1,105,603

$ 1,548,317

$ (442,714)

$ 1,070,302


Total Operating Expenses


$ 590,827


$ 780,098


$ (189,021)


$ 478,195


$ 4,678,255


$ 5,460,687


$ (782,432)


$ 4,355,286


Net Surplus (Deficit)


$ 247,317


$ (50,461)


$ 254,241


$ 898,243


$ (353,224)


$ 805,559


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Detailed Balance Sheet

As of: 4/30/2017

Draft - Unaudited


Page 1


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Assets

1020.00

OPERATIONS & MAINTENAN

4,788.39

1030.00

FCB CD-.80% 07/13

515,236.21

1040.00

Florida Community Bank-CD 2.

568,399.63

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

787,793.80

1182.00

A/R DEVELOPER REVIEWS

5,001.38

1185.00

A/R - EMPLOYEE MISC.

77.70

1201.00

Revenue Account

142,659.61

1202.00

Operations & Maintenance Acc

76,490.86

1205.00

Special Restricted Reserve Acc

233,352.00

1209.00

Money Market Account

6,026,108.13

1210.00

Construction Account

2,567.39

1212.00

Customer Security Deposit Acc

1,199,806.00

1213.00

Bond & Interest Fund Account

2,298,369.15

1214.00

Wastewater Construction Acco

3,116.44

1215.00

FDEP CONSTRUCTION ACCO

2,499.99

1216.00

FDEP-Loan Debt Servce Accou

28,877.28

1217.00

Assessment Account

214,581.94

1230.00

ASSESSMENTS RECEIVABLE

849,170.16

1260.00

INVENTORY-Dept 10

309,074.34

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

1,790,279.87

1350.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - MET

2,661,315.89

1370.00

DISTRIBUTION PLANT - MAIN

5,820,150.61

1380.00

EASEMENT ACQUISITION

82,473.68

1390.00

SEWER COLLECTION

12,920,913.88

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

11,156.94

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


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Detailed Balance Sheet

As of: 4/30/2017

Draft - Unaudited


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1690.00

AIRPORT WELL

115,379.02

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

(31,769,977.28)

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

238,193.41

1877.00

Master Plan Asset

98,367.50

1878.00

CSI-DEP SRF Water Stimulus

3,458,342.80

1880.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-1

997,269.25

1890.00

WWTP UPGRADE-PH-II

325,361.08

1891.00

IWSD Reclaimed

27,026.00

3250.00

ALLOWANCE FOR DOUBTFU

(83,709.79)


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Total Assets $51,786,248.53

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Liabilities


2100.00

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

193,452.92

2200.00

WAGES PAYABLE

95,014.13

2201.00

FICA TAXES PAYABLE

(454.60)

2203.00

VACATION TIME PAYABLE

115,389.25

2210.00

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - PAYR

(54,494.07)

2350.00

INSURANCE DEDUCTIONS

(382.50)

2390.00

ACCRUED INTEREST - FHA

54,855.44

2400.00

CUSTOMER DEPOSITS

1,196,675.00

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


5/8/2017 1:19:43 PM

Immokalee Water & Sewer Dist. (IWSACT)

Detailed Balance Sheet

As of: 4/30/2017

Draft - Unaudited


Page 3


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Total Liabilities $19,001,493.11


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

1,281,487.75

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) $898,236.98


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Net Worth $32,784,755.42



Total Liabilities and Net Worth


$51,786,248.53

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BREAKDOWN OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

April-17

Budgeted

Amount

Amount

GL#

Description

Amount:

Used:

Remaining:

DEPT 10

1350.00

Meter Replacement Program

$ 150,000

$ 96,361

$ 53,639

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

$ 178,199

$ 119,433

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


$ 353,274


$ 456,159

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

May 17, 2017

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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 5-17-17.docx

Memorandum To: IWSD Board May 17, 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

May 17, 2017 – Regular Board Meeting


Water Department

During April, Jean Pierre “JP” Louis and the Water Department staff completed the following: Productivity: - The Water Department staff installed 6 new services, and 6 backflow preventers. They replaced 1 backflow preventer, 48 meter registers, and 15 meter antennas. They repaired 4 line and tubing breaks and 26 backflow devices. They replaced 2 auto flushes, and 1 meter lid. They also raised 2 meter boxes and 1 valve box.

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 is 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.

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 April:

Plant Operations & Maintenance – The Wastewater 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 sent me a letter on March 17, 2017 regarding the use of the fertilizer on the Sprayfield. They basically said that we were not allowed to use it there. Gary Ferrante and Brandon Ivey prepared a response stating that our license was from the Department of Agriculture. We do have to resubmit the monthly Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) because there were errors on the amount reported, and the distribution location on most of the reports. FDEP sent a letter on April 28, 2017, listing several items that needed to be done. We have a meeting with FDEP set up 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 most of the missing ground water monitoring well reports to FDEP on April 27, 2017. All of them have now been submitted. We submitted some of the revised DMRs on May 8, 2017.

Sprayfield – We have been using the Sprayfield as much as possible. Dept 50 helped to clear brush at the outfall structure. They also poured concrete around the structure. They put sod all around the structure.

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

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Vacancies I terminated John Short’s employment with the District on April 28, 2017, due to him not submitting the ground water monitoring well reports to FDEP, since 2014. On May 1, 2017, Fernando Ramirez was promoted from the Lead Operator position to the Acting Wastewater Supervisor position. He will be on probation for 90 days. I plan on leaving the Lead Operator position vacant until after his probation is complete. At that time we will most likely promote an existing operator to that position, and hire a Service Tech.


Wastewater Collection

Lift Station Maintenance – During April, 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 the electrical components and bad wiring in X2. We hired Primex Electrical to replace the VFD drives in X7.

Sewer backup – There were sewer backups on Esperanza Court, North 18th Street, North 19th Street, 6th Avenue Circle, Lake Trafford Road, and Weeks Terrace.

Sewer Mains – They cleaned and televised the sewer mains for Hatchers Preserve. They also cleaned the mains in Section U and in Section K.

Miscellaneous – They helped with laying the trench between the WWTP and the Administration Office. They helped with the Relay for Life. They helped with clearing, grading and building a new parking area at the WWTP.

Vacancies – There are no vacancies in this department.


Administration

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

Unclaimed Property - Oona Reyna-Rodriguez worked on the annual report to the State of Florida – Unclaimed Property. She submitted the money and report to the State.

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

Relay for Life – We had a tent set up for the Relay for Life on March 31, 2017. Ofelia Gonzalez and Maricela DeLaRosa were the team captains, again and they did an excellent job! Maricela DeLaRosa, Teresa Medina and Danyon Torres cooked the food that was sold. Hector Ramos, Armando Reyes and Fabiel Ramirez helped to build and decorate the Tiki Hut, and Armando Herrera, Derick Galvan and Jose Barrera set up the tent. Ofelia Gonzalez, Maricela DeLaRosa, and Oona Reyna-Rodriguez worked on setting up the decorations. Fabiel Ramirez helped to set up the generator. The Relay was only until midnight this year. The employees who walked included John Short, Eva Deyo, Ofelia Gonzalez, Maricela DeLaRosa, Jose Barrera, Andrea Sanchez, Teresa Medina, Angel Maldonado and Oona Reyna-Rodriguez. A very special thanks to those who stayed from beginning to end – Ofelia Gonzalez, Maricela DeLaRosa, Oona Reyna-Rodriguez, Danyon Torres, and Jose Barrera.

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 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.

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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.

I-9 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 April, Derys Maldonado and his staff completed the following:

Wastewater Plant and Sprayfield: – They replaced the motor in Digester #1. They pulled lift station "K" pumps 1, 2, 3 & 4, and reinstalled the pumps. They cleaned floats on lift station K2. They changed the oil on Rotor 3A. They installed electrical boxes at the WW Plant. They worked on WW plant transfer pump. They repaired the motor in pivot #2. They continued to work on the outfall. They cleared the ditch line, and poured the concrete. They also hauled dirt and laid the sod. They installed a new level transducer on the effluent pump station. They changed the gate codes and Koon's locksmith rekeyed the old and new admin buildings locks at the Wastewater Plant.

Equipment: - They replaced the belt on the shop air compressor and made a concrete pad for it. They installed a new battery on the Kawasaki Mule. They installed a new generator, breaker box, wiring and lights on the dept 10 enclosed trailer. They installed a new seat on the dept 50 mini excavator. They installed a new battery on JD 1250 tractor. They serviced the roller compactor.

Vehicles: - Serviced trucks 110, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 120, 220, 226, 330, 331, 332, 333, 336,

550, 551, 552 & 553. They installed spot lights on trucks 114 and 116. They made a new boom controller for truck 228. They also cleaned the water pump engage solenoid cylinder. They worked on truck 332 roof, by covering and painting the old strobe light holes. They also replaced the spark plugs. They repaired an air leak on truck 335.

Water Department: - They put together the dept 10 Tsheets computer table and installed a new computer. They also worked on their alarm door sensor.

Miscellaneous: They finished installing the trench from the Wastewater Plant to the Main Office, and they installed the fiber optic cable. They repaired the Main Office gate. They helped dept 30 put up the tent for the Employee Luncheon. They installed a fire extinguisher in the board room. They helped with Relay for life. 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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IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT

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

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April 26, 2017


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


Mr. Brister called the meeting to order at 4:31 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, Ms. Magda Ayala, and Mr. Robert Halman.


Staff Present:


Mr. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Eva Deyo, Mrs. Norma Garcia, Ms. Andrea Sanchez, Ms. Oona Reyna-Rodriguez 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 with the addition of adding 4.B. Resolution 17-04 to the Action Agenda.


Ms. Goodnight seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.

Next was Employee of the Month:


Mrs. Deyo introduced Ms. Andrea Sanchez as the Employee of the Month for February 2017.


(ROLL CALL OF OFFICERS)


(MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA)


(EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH)


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Public Concerns:


There was none.


Staff Good Cause Items:


There was none.


Board Concerns:


Mr. Brister expressed his concern to the Board of employees taking classes that are not in their scope of work.


The Board discussed Mr. Brister’s concern and asked staff to bring back more information on the education policy.


Mr. Brister briefed the Board concerning the sprayfield and DEP coming on May 12, 2017.


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:


Mr. Thomas made a motion to approve Resolution 17-04. Mr. Halman seconded the motion.

Motion carried unanimously.


(MOTION TO APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA)


(MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 17-04 AUTHORIZING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TO SIGN USDA FORMS FOR A/C LINES)


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Mr. Thomas made a motion to award A/C Lines Phase 1 contract to PWC Joint Venture. Mr. Johnson seconded the motion.

Motion carried unanimously.


Mrs. Keen made a motion to award A/C Lines Phase 2 contract to PWC Joint Venture. Mr. Thomas seconded the motion.

Motion carried unanimously.


Mr. Halman made a motion to award A/C Lines Phase 3 contract to Foster Marine. Mr. Thomas seconded the motion.

Motion carried unanimously.


Mr. Halman made a motion to award A/C Lines Phase 4 contract to Andrew Sitework. Mr. Thomas seconded the motion.

Motion carried unanimously.


NEXT WAS ATTORNEYS REPORT:


Mr. Thompson stated that he had nothing to report.


Next was Adjournment:


Meeting adjourned at 5:01 p.m.


Reviewed by:


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Bonnie Keen - Secretary Date

(MOTION TO AWARD A/C LINES PHASE 1)


(MOTION TO AWARD A/C LINES PHASE 2)


(MOTION TO AWARD A/C LINES PHASE 3)


(MOTION TO AWARD A/C LINES PHASE 4)


(MEETING ADJOURNED)


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RESOLUTION #17-05


RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT ADOPTING AN INVESTMENT POLICY.


WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT (hereinafter referred to as the "Board") is empowered to construct, operate and maintain a Water and Sewer System (the "System") as described in Florida Statute Chapter 78- 494, Laws of Florida, which was amended by chapters 93-366, 94-489, and 95-492, Laws of Florida, was codified, reenacted, amended, and repealed as Chapter No. 98-495, was amended in Chapter 2005-298; and was amended in Chapter 2015-205; an


WHEREAS, it is the policy of the Board to invest public funds in a manner which will provide the highest investment return with the maximum security, while meeting the daily cash flow requirements of the District; and


WHEREAS, the Board wishes to handle investments in accordance with Section 218.415(17), Florida Statutes;


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, in public meeting assembled that:


The statement of policy and guidelines applies to all funds of the Immokalee Water & Sewer District's, (hereinafter referred to as the "District") pooled cash, which includes cash and investment balances of the following funds:


REVENUE FUND

OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FUND MONEY MARKET FUND

CUSTOMER SECURITY DEPOSIT ACCOUNT


The policy will also apply to any new fund created by the District, unless specifically exempted by the Board.


Certain surplus funds available for investment represent capital project funds generated through the issuance of long term bonded indebtedness, or represent debt service funds created for the repayment of outstanding principal and interest on such bonded indebtedness. Frequently, the ordinances and/or resolutions adopted by the Board, which authorize the issuance of such bonded indebtedness, contain specific provisions relative to the investment of funds. In that regard, the investment of such funds shall comply with the provisions of applicable bond ordinance and/or resolution, the requirements contained in this policy, and applicable statutory or administrative



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law, but in no event to contravene any provision in any bonded indebtedness resolution.


Those funds are as follows: SPECIAL RESTRICTED RESERVE

BOND AND INTEREST SINKING FUND SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND

FDEP LOAN DEBT SERVICE ACCOUNT CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT


The policies set forth also do not apply to any Employee Pension funds.


STATEMENT OF POLICY


The District chooses not to adopt a written investment policy in accordance with investment policies listed in Florida Statute 218.415 subsections (1)-(15); but to instead follow the guidelines of Florida Statute 218.415 (17) which allows the District to invest or reinvest any surplus public funds in their control or possession in:


  1. The Local Government Surplus Funds Trust Fund, or any intergovernmental investment pool authorized pursuant to the Florida Interlocal Cooperation Act, as provided in s. 163.01.

  2. Securities and Exchange Commission registered money market funds with the highest credit quality rating from a nationally recognized rating agency.

  3. Interest-bearing time deposits or savings accounts in qualified public depositories, as defined in s. 280.02.

  4. Direct obligations of the U.S. Treasury.


The securities listed in paragraphs (c) and (d) shall be invested to provide sufficient liquidity to pay obligations as they come due.


PROCEDURES


All gross revenues shall be deposited into the Revenue Fund (a non-interest bearing, no service charge account) and funds will be used to fund the following accounts as specified.


The Bond and Interest Sinking Fund "Sinking Fund" will be comprised of three components for which funds should be transferred from the Revenue Fund to the Sinking Fund by the 15th day of each month. These components are:


A.) Interest 1/12 of the amount of the current year interest on all bonds shall be deposited monthly.

B.) Principal - 1/12 of the amount of bonds maturing on the next anniversary date shall be deposited monthly.


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C.) Reserve Account - shall be funded in accordance with USDA Bond Requirement.


The Operations and Maintenance Fund (a non-interest bearing, no service charge account) - shall be used exclusively for the purpose of receiving funds from the Revenue Fund to pay operating expenses pursuant to the Annual Budget. Any balance remaining in the Operations and Maintenance fund at the end of each Fiscal year shall be deposited promptly in the Revenue Fund.


Special Assessment Fund - shall receive funds from the collection of assessments.


The Customer Security Deposit Fund – (a non-interest bearing account) will receive money from the Revenue Account, by the 15th of each month in an amount greater than or equal to the amount outstanding in customer security deposits (liability). The purpose of this account is to reserve money received by customers in the form of security deposits. This fund will not earn interest, and the District will not pay interest to the customers.


The Money Market Fund will receive money from the Revenue Fund in excess of expected weekly outflows. This will be used to fund any authorized investments, as may be approved by the Board.


The Special Restricted Reserve Account – (an interest bearing account) is designed to pay for the future capping of the District’s deep injection well, which was placed in service in August 2002. This is a requirement of the District’s deep injection well permit, granted by Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The interest will continue to accrue in the account to help defray future capping costs.


AUTHORIZED INVESTMENT INSTITUTIONS AND DEALERS:


The District will maintain a list of financial institutions that are authorized to hold public deposits, and provide other authorized investment services.


Collateral for public deposits is controlled by the State of Florida through Chapter 280 of the Florida Statutes. The District shall not be under any obligation to secure additional collateral beyond the provision set forth in Chapter 280.


If any phase or portion of this Resolution is held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion.


This resolution shall become effective on April _ 2017.


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PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED by the Board of Commissioners of the IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, this day of April 2017.


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT


BY:

Joseph Brister Chairman


BY:

Bonnie Keen Secretary


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RESOLUTION #17-06


RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT AMENDING THE SAFETY MANUAL - RES0LUTI0N 14-05.


WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT (hereinafter referred to as the "Board") is empowered to construct, operate and maintain a Water and Sewer System (the "System") as described in Florida Statute Chapter 78- 494, Laws of Florida, which was amended by chapters 93-366, 94-489, and 95-492, Laws of Florida, was codified, reenacted, amended, and repealed as Chapter No. 98-495, was amended in Chapter 2005-298; and was amended in Chapter 2015-205; and


WHEREAS, the Board is authorized and empowered to make rules and regulations for its own government and proceedings; and


WHEREAS, the Board met, reviewed, and amended the Safety Policy, during a publicly advertised meeting on May 17, 2017;


This language will replace item d) on Page 13

d) Suitable clothing and footwear must be worn at all times. Personal protection equipment (hard hats, respirators, eye protection) will be worn whenever needed. Footwear for all Departments, except the Administration Department, will include safety shoes with steel toes or their equivalent. Hard hats must be worn on job sites or as otherwise may be appropriate.

This language will replace item h) under Equipment on Page 39:

h) When working on roadways, job sites, or as directed by the on site supervisor, the wearing of a reflective safety vest is required.



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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, in public meeting assembled that:


PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED by the Board of Commissioners of the IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, this 17th day of May 2017.


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT


BY:

Joseph Brister Chairman


BY:

Bonnie Keen Secretary



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