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Agenda 06/28-06/29/2007 B MEMORANDUM TO: Board of County Commissioners Jim Mudd, County Manager Division Administrators and Department Directors Theresa Cook, Airport Authority Mark Middlebrook, Court Administrator State Attorney Public Defender Don Hunter, Sheriff Abe Skinner, Property Appraiser Guy Carlton, Tax Collector Jennifer Edwards, Supervisor of Elections Dwight Brock, Clerk of Courts Jean Smith, Pelican Bay FROM: Michael Smykowski, OMB Director DATE: June 19,2007 RE: FY 2008 Board of County Commissioners Budget Workshop Schedule The attached schedule is for the FY 2008 budget review sessions with the Board of County Commissioners. The workshops are scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (June 28, June 29, and July 2) and will be held in the Commission meeting room on the third floor of the W. Harmon Turner Building. (See attached schedule). The June 28, 2007 budget review will provide a general overview, followed by Courts and Related Agencies, Administrative Services, Public Services, Transportation Services, Community Development, Public Utilities, Debt Service, Management Offices, County Attorney, BCC and Airport Authority. The June 29, 2007 budget review will consist of a Constitutional Officer budget reviews. The July 2,2007 workshop will be available to complete any unfinished budget reviews and for any wrap-up items. The presentation format will require greater flexibility on staffs part because as you will note in the attached schedule there are not definitive times outlined for each department/division. Please have the appropriate members of your staff on call as review times will fluctuate. If you have any questions or comments, please contact the Office of Management and Budget at 774-8973. NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County will conduct Budget Workshops on Thursday, June 28, 2007, Friday, June 29, 2007 and (if needed) Monday, July 2,2007 at 9:00 a.m. Workshops will be held in the Boardroom, 3rd Floor, W. Harmon Turner Building, Collier County Government Center, 3301 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, Florida to hear the following: COLLIER COUNTY GOVERNMENT BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FY 2008 BUDGET WORKSHOP SCHEDULE Thursday, June 28, 2007 - 9:00 a.m. General Overview Courts and Related Agencies (State Attorney and Public Defender) Airport Authority Community Development Transportation Services Public Services Administrative Services Public Utilities Debt Service Management Offices (Pelican Bay) County Attorney BCC Friday, June 29, 2007 - 9:00 a.m. Constitutional Officers: Elections Sheriff Other Constitutional Officers requesting to address the BCC. Preliminary UFR Discussion 1 :00 p.m. Public Comment Monday, July 2, 2007 - 9:00 a.m. Wrap-up (if required) Memorandum To: Board of County Commissioners M( Michael Smykowski, OMB Director From: Date: June 8, 2007 Subject: Materials for FY 2008 Budget Workshops Attached are the preliminary budget materials for the FY 08 Budget Workshops scheduled for Thursday, June 28, 2007, and Friday, June 29, 2007. It is important to recognize that revenue from ad valorem taxes is based on the preliminary taxable values as of June I, 2007 provided by the Property Appraiser. However, please note that the package does not reflect any impact of tax reform. As you are well aware, the special legislative session begins next week and no definitive package of tax reform has been adopted. The workshop binders contain the following information in the General Overview section: · Macro budget summary of the total County budget; · Projected tax rates and tax levies of the various taxing districts under the authority of the Board of County Commissioners; · Fund summaries of the General Fund (001) and the MSTD General Fund (111); . Unfinanced Requirements (UFR) lists and associated UFR descriptions. The UFR list identifies the amount of each UFR request, the amount of any offsetting revenues, and the net cost of each UFR request. The list further notes whether each UFR request has recurring costs. General Fund The adopted FY 08 budget policy called for a roll back of the General Fund tax rate for any increase in taxable value above 10%. Preliminary taxable value for the General fund increased only slightly above 7%. As such, the proposed FY 08 General Fund tax levy is based on the 3.5790 mills as was levied in FY 07. The General Fund has an available UFR reserve of $22,412,000. However, these are non- recurring dollars and are largely a function of projected Board interest earnings. Uses of this reserve should be limited to budgetary issues that do not require recurring funding. Office of Management and Budget Unincorporated Area General Fund (111) The Unincorporated Area General Fund proposed budget for FY 08 is balanced and "millage neutral" - same millage rate (0.8069 mills) as levied in FY 07. The Unincorporated Area General Fund has an available UFR reserve of $8,646,400. This consists of $1,662, 100 in recurring dollars and $6,984,300 in non-recurring dollars. All but one of the UFR requests in the MSTD General Fund (Ill) is of a non-recurring nature. Other UFR Requests There are also UFR requests for Conservation Collier funds, TDC funds, and Fleet Management funds. In the interim, if you have any questions regarding the proposed FY 08 budget, please feel free to contact me at your convenience. We are looking forward to discussing the budget during the upcoming workshops. cc: James Mudd Leo Ochs Office of Management and Budget Collier County FY 08 Budget Summary Operatino Budoet FY07 FY08 FY08 FYOB DivisionlAoencv Adopted (revised) Current Expanded Total % Change Board of County Commissioners Operations $1,116,900 $1,175.700 $0 $1,175,700 5.26% Other General Administration (001) $7,991,600 $7,617,600 $0 $7,617,600 -4.68% Other General Administration (111) $4,125,200 $3,990,300 SO $3,990,300 -3.27% County Allorney $4,009,900 $4,039,600 $0 $4,039,600 0.74% Bayshore/Gateway Triangle CRA $4,206,100 $5,288,200 $0 $5,288,200 25.73% Immokalee CRA $1,711,400 $2,133,900 $0 $2,133,900 24.69% Airport Authority Operations $3,328,100 $3,604,700 $26,300 $3,631,000 9.10% Total Board of County Commissioners $26,489,200 $27,850,000 $26,300 $27,876,300 5.24% County Manager's Agency: Management Offices Operations $36,061,000 $37,904,300 $0 $37,904,300 5.11% Management Offices (TDC & Fire Districts) $11,044,600 $12,816,100 $0 $12,816,100 16.04% Administrative Services General Fund Operations $24,452,700 $25,454,100 $444,300 $25,898,400 5.91% Administrative Services (Internal Services - Fieet, Risk Mgmt.) $72,776,600 $79,667,100 $128,500 $79,795,600 9.64% Administrative Services (Cons. Collier Maint., Trust Funds) $11,271,100 $15,077,400 $0 $15,077,400 33.77% Public Services Operations $48,816,600 $51,100,600 $385,100 $51,485,700 5.47% Transportation Services Operations $52,245,200 $48,077,300 $2,266,200 $50,343,500 -3.64% Transportation Improvement Districts (MSTUlMSBU) $11,393,100 $20,650,900 $0 $20,650,900 81.26% Community Development & Environmentai Servs Oper $55,349,100 $40,670,000 $0 $40,670,000 -26.52% Public Utilities Operations & Reserves $119,925,400 $126,075,600 $907,000 $126,982,600 5.88% Total County Manager Operations $443,335,400 $457,493,400 $4,131,100 $461,624,500 4.13% Courts & Related Agencies $7,565,100 $6,741,900 $0 $6,741,900 -10.88% Constitutional Officers: Property Appraiser $6,975,200 $7,434,300 $0 $7,434,300 6.58% Supervisor of Elections $2,899,000 $3,065,200 $756,900 $3,822,100 31.84% Clerk of Courts Operations $8,473,000 $5,789,600 $290,900 $6,080,500 -28.24% Clerk of Courts - Transfer to General Fund-Board Interest $17,581,600 $20,000,000 $0 $20,000,000 13.76% Sheriff $162,792,600 $171,956,600 $0 $171,956,600 5.63% Tax Collector $20,703,100 $255,300 $0 $255,300 -98.77% Note: Tax Collector budget not submitted untii August 1, 2007. FY 08 costs above represent Board paid facility expenses. Grand Total Operating $696,814,200 $700,586,300 $5,205,200 $705,791,500 1.29% Debt Service & Transfers FY07 FY08 FY08 FY08 Adopted Current Expanded Total % Change General Governmental Debt Service $75,406.800 $80,549,900 $0 $80,549,900 6.82% Public Utilities (Transfers to Other Funds) $58,178,700 $25,900,700 SO $25.900,700 -55.48% Grand Total Debt Service $133,585,500 $106,450,600 $0 $106,450,600 -20.31% Capital Budoet FY07 FY08 FY08 FY08 Adopted Current Expanded Total % Change Board of County Commissioners Capital Projects $0 $0 $0 $0 NfA Airport Authority Capital Projects $9,903.800 $2,035,500 $0 $2,035,500 -79.45% Total Board of County Commissioners $9,903,800 $2,035,500 $0 $2,035,500 .79.45% County Manager's Agency: Administrative Services Capital Proj (Excluding CO proj) $90,121,000 $62,435,100 $0 $62,435.100 -30.72% Management Offices $13,786,100 $3,620,300 $0 $3,620,300 -73.74% Public Services Capital Projects $55,483,000 $54,868,100 $0 $54,868,100 -1.11% Transportation Services Capttal Projects $193,272,100 $250,171,000 $86,500 $250,257,500 29.48% Community Development & Environmental Servs Capital $2,770,800 $1,746,200 $0 $1,746,200 .36.98% Public Utilities Capital Projects & Debt Service $200,499,000 $312.076,900 $0 $312,076,900 55.65% Total County Manager Capital Projects $555,932,000 $684,917,600 $86,500 $685,004,100 23.22% Courts & Related Agencies Capital Projects $1,045,000 $1,102,900 $0 $1,102,900 5.54% Constitutional Officers: Property Appraiser Capital Projects $0 $0 SO $0 NfA Supervisor of Eiections Capital Projects $0 $0 $0 $0 NfA Clerk of Courts Capital Projects So $0 $0 $0 NfA Sheriff Capital Projects $12,194,500 $23,300.900 $0 $23,300,900 91.08% Tax Collector Capital Projects SO $0 $0 $0 NfA Total Constitutional Officers Capital Projects $12,194,500 $23,300,900 $0 $23,300,900 91.08% Grand Total Capital Projects $579,075,300 $711,356,900 $86,500 $711,443,400 22.86% General Funds (001 & 111) Transfers & Reserves $326,134,800 $347,641,500 $2,n5,000 $350,416,500 7.45% Total Gross County Budget $1,735,609,800 $1,866,035,300 $8,066.700 $1,874,102,000 7.98% Less: Interfund Transfers $546,533,400 $542,443,700 $3.218,500 $545,662,200 .0.16% Total Net County BUdget $1,189,076,400 $1,323,591,600 $4,848,200 $1,328,439,800 11.72% 2 . Collier County FY 08 Budget Summary Revenues FY07 FYDO FYDO FYDO Adopted Currenl Expanded Total % Change Property Taxes $357,971,500 $380,702,900 $3,542,200 $:384,245,100 7.3% Gas & Sales Tax $57,004,000 $57,802,000 $0 $57,802,000 1.4% Permits & Fines $50,610,300 $43,816,800 $126,400 $43,943,200 .13.2% Intergovammental $51,448,900 $27,780,900 $95,100 $27,876,000 -45.8% Service Charges $192,722,000 $169,161,300 $53,300 $169,214,600 -12.2% Interest/Mise $24,568,100 $30,622,200 $0 $30,622,200 24.6% Impact Fees $103,318,400 $96,518,400 $0 $96,518,400 -6.6% Assessments $5.323,500 $5,055,200 $0 $5,055,200 -5.0% Loan Proceeds $242,521,000 $246,652,000 $0 $246,652,000 1.7% Carry FOIWard $141,086,600 $301,514,400 $2,500 $301,516,900 113.7% Inlemals $61,328,100 $64,286,000 $128,500 $64,414,500 5,0% Expenses $1,874,102,000 Transfers $485,205,300 $478,157,700 $3,090,000 $481,247,700 -0.8% Revenues $1,868,678,000 Revenue ReseNe ($37,497,900) ($40,252,600) ($177,200) ($40,429,800) 7.8% Variance IiIII_B Total GfOSS County Budget-Revenues $1,735,609,800 $1,861,817,200 $6,860,800 $1,868,678,000 77% LesslnterfundTransfers $546,533,400 $542.443,700 $3,218,500 $545,662,200 -~ Total Net County Budget $1,189,076,400 $1,319,373,500 $3,642,300 $1,323,015,800 11.3% FY 08 Position Count Summary FY07 FY 07 Adopted FY07 FY08 FY08 FY08 Position Oll/Islon Adopted UFR's Inc.UFR's Forecast Current Expanded Total %Chenge Change ~ 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0.0% County Attorney 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 0.0% BayshorelGateway Triangle CRA 3.00 3.00 3,00 3.00 3.00 0.0% Immokalee CRA 2.00 2.00 N1A 2.00 Airport Authority Operations 14.80 14.80 14,80 14.80 14.80 0.0% Total acc 63.80 63.80 63.80 65.80 65.80 3.1% 2.00 ManagementOl!ices 292,30 292.30 292.30 288.30 288,30 -1.4% (4.00) AdminislrativeServ~s 192.75 192.75 192.75 192.75 1,00 19375 0.5% 1.00 AdministraliveServices-Capital 200 2.00 3.00 3.00 3,00 50,0% 1,00 PublicSeNices 465.20 465.20 466.50 468.50 4.50 473,00 1,7% 7,80 PublicSeNices-Capital 3.00 3.00 3.00 5.00 5,00 66,7% 2.00 Public Utilities 395.00 395.00 395.00 395.00 12.50 407.50 3,2% 12.50 Community Development 287,00 10.00 297.00 297.00 297,00 297.00 3.5% Transportation Services 244.00 244.00 244.00 247,00 4.00 251.00 2.9% 7.00 Transportation Services-Capital 40.00 40,00 40.00 37,00 37.00 ,7.5% 13.00) Total County Manager Agency 1,921.25 10.00 1,931.25 1,933.55 1,933.55 22.00 1,955.55 1.8% 24.30 BCBB Funded Positions - Trans 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.0% BCBB Funded Positions - PU 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.0% Courts & Related Agencies 36.50 36.50 38.6n 38.60 38.6n 5.8% 2.10 Constitutional Officers: Property Appraiser 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 6000 0.0% SupeNisorofEleclions 22.00 22.00 22,00 22.00 22.00 0,0% Clerk of Courts 261.70 281.70 290.20 290.20 4,00 294,20 4,4% 12,50 Sheriff 1,366.25 1,366.25 1,369.25 1,369.25 1,369,25 0,2% 3.00 Tax Collector 150.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 15000 0.0% Totaf Conslitutlonaf Officers 1,879.95 1,879.95 1,891.45 1.891.45 4.00 1,895.45 0.8% 15.50 Grand Total 3,901,50 10.00 3,911.50 3,927,40 3,929.40 26,00 3,955.40 1,4% 53.90 C\erk Position Aeconc:Ulatlon Clerk (County Funded) 93,43 93.43 94.75 92,23 2.67 94.90 1.6% 1.47 Clerk (State Funded} 18827 188.27 195.45 197,97 1.33 199.30 5.9% 11.03 Total Clerk PositIons 281.70 281.70 290.20 290.20 4.00 294.20 4.4% 12.50 Sherif1 Position Rec:oncllla!ion Law Enforcement 969.00 969.00 971.00 971.00 971.00 0.2% 2.00 DetentiorllCorrections 344.25 344.25 341.25 341.25 34125 -0,9% (3.00) Judicial (6ailiffs) 39,00 39.00 42.00 42,00 42.00 7.7% 300 Sheriff Grants Fund (115) 2,00 2.00 2.00 2,00 2,00 0,0% E.911 Wireless (189) 1,00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 100.0% 1,00 E-911 Fund (199) 3,00 3,00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0.0% Other Funding Sources 8,00 8,00 '.00 8.00 8.00 0.0% Total Sheriff POsitions 1,366.25 1,366.25 1,369.25 1,36925 1,369.25 0.2% 3.00 3 Collier County, Florida Property Tax Rates FY08 Proposed Prior Year Proposed $ Impact Millage Millage per $100,000 % Fund Title Fund No. Rate Rate Taxable Value Change General Fund 001 3.5790 3.5790 $0.00 0.0% Water Pollution Control 114 0.0320 0.0320 $0.00 0.0% Unincorporated Area General Fund 111 0.8069 0.8069 $0.00 0.0% Golden Gate Community Center 130 0.1815 0.1799 ($0.16) -0.9% Naples Park Drainage 139 0.0077 0.0079 $0.02 2.6% Pine Ridge Industrial Park 140 0.0537 0.0501 ($0.36) -6.7% Victoria Park Drainage 134 0.4328 0.4330 $0.02 0.0% Naples Underground FPL 135 0.0000 0.0000 $0.00 N/A Golden Gate Parkway Beautification 136 0.5000 0.5000 $0.00 0.0% Naples Production Park 141 0.0284 0.0270 ($0.14) -4.9% Vanderbilt Beach Beautification MSTU 143 0.5000 0.5000 $0.00 0.0% Isle of Capri Fire 144 1.5000 1.5000 $0.00 0.0% Ochopee Fire Control 146 4.0000 4.0000 $0.00 0.0% Collier County Fire 148 2.0000 2.0000 $0.00 0.0% GoodlandlHorr's Island Fire 149 0.7734 0.7900 $1.66 2.1% Radio Road Beautification 150 0.2500 0.5000 $25.00 100.0% Saba! Palm Road MSTU 151 0.9975 0.9972 ($0.03) 0.0% Lely Golf Estates Beautification 152 2.0000 2.0000 $0.00 0.0% Hawksridge Stormwater Pumping MSTU 154 0.1263 0.1251 ($0.12) -1.0% Forest Lakes Roadway & Drainage MSTU 155 4.0000 4.0000 $0.00 0.0% Immokalee Beautification MSTU 156 1.0000 1.0000 $0.00 0.0% Bayshore Avalon Beautification 160 1.7500 1.5000 ($25.00) -14.3% Livingston Road Phase II Beautification MSTU 161 0.0000 0.0000 $0.00 N/A Haldeman Creek Dredging 164 0.0000 0.1000 $10.00 N/A Rock Road 165 0.0000 1.5000 $150.00 N/A Conservation Collier 172 0.2500 0.2500 $0.00 0.0% Caribbean Gardens 220 0.1500 0.1500 $0.00 0.0% Collier County Lighting 760 0.1036 0.1036 $0.00 0.0% Naples Production Park Street Lighting 770 0.0000 0.0000 $0.00 N/A Pelican Bay MSTBU 778 0.0000 0.0000 $0.00 N/A 4 Collier County, Florida Property Tax Dollars FY08 5 General Fund (001) Fund Summary-Appropriations .FY05106 FY06/07 FY06/07 IT 07108 FY07/08 FY07/08 % Aotual Adop[ed Foreeas! Current Expandffi '"" Budget Appropria!ionUru! ExplRev Budget ExplRcv s'",;ce Se,.".ico AdoP!ed Change OtUrGeneraIAdmini.'lIa!ive 6,088,054 7,991.600 7,865,400 7,617,600 0 7,617,600 -4.7% CounlyCommi<<iooers 1,020,722 1.116,900 1,108,100 ],175,700 0 ],]75,700 5,3% CouolyAllomey 3,271,306 3,8]0,400 4,010,(iO() 3,829,600 0 3,829,600 0,5% Sub-Tolal 10,380,082 ]2,9J8,900 12,984,100 12,622,900 12,622,900 -2,3% MallOgementOflice., 1,787,665 2,154,800 2,090,000 2,27,\500 0 2,275,500 5.6% SupportServi= 21,406,126 24,452,700 23,919,200 25454,100 444.300 25,898,400 59% E"",rgoocyServi= 3,279,426 3,559,300 3,90S,600 3,816,000 0 3,816,000 7.2% Pub~cServices 23.959,345 ~0,539,400 30,~58,SOO 32,697,700 89,000 32,786,700 7,4% CommunllyDev,lEnv 1.096,252 6,679,100 1.307,000 6,035,900 0 6,035,'XlQ -96% Transportation 0 0 0 0 0 0 WA Sub-TolaICountyMa""ger 51.528,814 67.385,~00 6J,583,600 70,279,200 533,300 70,812.500 51% In~acIFeeDefc.rralforPublicUtiJilies 500,000 150,000 150,000 747,400 0 747,400 398,3% E=gollCyMeastlres(OO~) 750,000 42,200 42,200 1.800 0 1,800 .95.7% Road & Bridge(lOl) 16,156.400 18,970,000 19,010,000 17,481,600 1.727,2oo 19,208,800 13% MSTDGeneral(111) 225,000 225,000 225,000 225,000 0 225,000 0.0% LandscapiJlg (I 12) 0 0 896,900 0 0 0 WA CommDevelopmont(JI3) 146,917 9,8oo 9,800 0 0 0 -JOO.O% PlanniJlgS=ices(13I) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N1A RSVP(1161 24,500 25,800 25,800 )0,800 0 30,800 J9.4% Servic<:> for Sellio" (123) 135,000 141.000 141.000 146,800 0 146,800 4,1% IsleofC.priFire(l44) 6,181 5,300 5300 5,300 0 5,300 O.()% OclJopeeFire(l46) 0 0 0 0 0 0 WA Irnmok3leeRcdevelopmenl(186) 406,700 655,900 655,900 785,000 0 785,000 19,7% GalewayTriangle(187) 992,400 1,60UOO 1,601J00 2,133,400 0 2,03,400 332% 800 MHz (188) IJ8,5oo 1.55,700 155,700 100,400 0 100,400 -35,5% l.1u-'eum(I98) 175,000 225,OCIO 225,000 0 0 0 -1000% ConlribulionCAT(426) (Fucl Adj,) 0 221,900 0 0 0 0 -100,0% ConlIibUlionTD (427) (Fuel Adj.) 0 128,600 0 0 0 0 -1000% CAT (426) 0 602,300 602,300 897,400 231,200 1,128,600 874% TO (427) l.573,400 1,710.300 1,710,300 1,812,900 0 1.812,900 6.0% EMS (490) 9,709,2.56 11.017,800 10,832,800 14,087,500 0 14,087.500 27.9% f'roper1ylC.>ually(516) 0 0 15,000 0 0 0 WA Fleet (521) 41,200 44,400 44,400 0 0 0 -1000% Sub-Tolal 30,960,454 35,932,300 36,408,700 38,455,300 1,9.58,400 40,413,700 12.5% COtlr15 & Rei AgellCies J,582,700 819,400 286,600 897,500 0 897,500 9.5% Sl.te AUorneylPublic DefeuJer 545,140 856,400 850,000 762,600 0 762,600 -11.0% SJlb-TolalCourn 2,127,840 1,675,800 1,136,600 1.660.100 1,660,100 -0.9% Airport Operations (495) 762,400 762,400 614,100 614,100 -195% Sub-Total Dlvi,ions 94,997,190 118,674,700 IJ2,875,400 123,631,600 2,49J,700 126.123,300 6.3% Resorves CosbFlow 0 8,OOO,OOlJ 0 8,OOO,OOlJ 0 8,000,000 0.0% MeriIP.y/Sah"yAdj 0 0 0 0 0 0 WA ContillJlenci"" 0 7,429,450 0 7,851,400 0 7,851,400 57% CapilalOutJay(UFR) 0 2,218,300 0 22,412,000 0 22,412,000 9103% Hurrican", 0 0 2,500,000 0 0 0 WA Allrili,," 0 (444,650) 0 (1,339,000) 0 (1,339,000) 20J1% F"elReserve 0 0 0 J,172,OOO 0 1,172,000 WA Sub.TolaIRe<e"'es 17,203,100 2.500,000 38,096,400 38,096,400 1215% Transf<r.Oebl/f'_milal Roa<b;CJP(313) 38,790,000 24,100,000 30,100,000 24,000,000 0 24,000,000 -0,4% SaJesT.x Bonds (210) 2,862,600 401,700 401.700 2,506,100 0 2,506,100 523.9% Sales TaxBouW;(215) 1,045,700 1,045,700 1.045,700 I,OH500 0 1,043.500 -02% 2005Sal.. Tax Bonill;(216) 1,819,JOO 3,891,800 3,891.800 3,134,900 0 3,134,900 -194% (220) 45,400 45,400 45,400 45.400 0 45,400 00% Debl S=ice (299) 1,765,825 2,247.300 2,296,500 734,300 0 734,300 -67,3% Fac,Mgml.(301) 16,444,738 30,672,700 32,179,700 19,225,200 0 19,225,200 -37.3% ParI:sCIP(306) 2,036,000 655,000 655,000 300,000 0 300,000 -54,2% MuseumClP(3J4) 0 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 500,000 0.0% StormwalerOreralioll>(324) 1.028,000 1,444,900 1.444,900 930,500 0 930,500 OJ Slonnwaler Mgrnl (325) 7,970,300 9,062,600 9,062,600 12,441,000 0 12,441,000 37,3% EMS (350) 0 0 J85,000 0 0 0 WA Library (355) 0 0 1,429,100 0 0 0 WA Airport Capila] (497) 0 750,000 750,000 750,000 0 750,000 OJ AirportCapilnl(496) 0 JI9,100 94,100 58,700 0 5S,700 -50,7% Sub-TolalTraJlSfers 73,807,663 74,936,200 84,081,500 65,669,600 65,669,600 -12,4% Transfer<IConsliIJltlollaJOffice" Clerk ofCircuil Courl 4,871,500 5,JI7,000 5,117,000 0 0 0 -100.0% Clerk-BCCP.;d 488,867 567,200 646,300 656.500 0 656,500 J57% Sheriff 134,346,400 149,858,000 J49,858,000 J58,849,5oo 0 158,849,500 6,0% Shoriff-BCCPaid 4,373,085 4,427,800 4,403,700 4,166,600 0 4,166,600 -59% SherilT-DebIS=lce(385) 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 1.700,000 0 1,700,000 00% PropcrtyAppr.iaer 4,975,550 5,207,600 5,219,900 5,376,700 0 5,376,700 3,2% PropenyApp -BCCP.id 523,361 555,600 592,600 733,400 0 733,400 320% Tax Colloclor ll,697,019 14,450,700 14,464,300 15,62J.4oo 0 15,621.400 8.1% Tax Collector- IJCCP"id 182,101 234,100 238,600 255.300 0 255,300 91% SupervisorofElecliollS 2,562,500 2,842,800 2,842,800 3,013,000 756,900 3,769,900 32.6% Elections_BCCPaid 30,300 56,200 56,200 52,200 0 52,200 -7,J% Sub-TolallfransCo"'1 16-",750,683 185,OJ7,OOO 185,139,400 190,424,600 756,900 191,181.500 33% TOUlIFJlndAppropri.u"ns 334,555,536 19S,831,OOO 384..'\96,300 417,gn,ZOO 3,248/.00 421,070,800 64% 6 GENERAL FUND (001) FUNDSUMMARY.REVENUES FY 05/06 FY06107 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY07/08 FY07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded To"" Budget Appropriation Unit ExpfRev Budget Exp/Rev Service Service Budget Change Ad Valorem Taxes 229,899,651 276,339,300 266,261,500 291,763,900 3,419,600 295,183,500 6.8% DelinquenlTaxes 74,512 125,000 75,000 75,000 0 75,000 -40.0% Tax Deed Sales 13,360 250,000 25,000 25,000 0 25,000 -90.0% FederalPILT 745,818 730,000 750,000 750,000 0 750,000 2.7% State Revenue Sharing 9,410,341 9,213,100 9,213,100 9,489,500 0 9,489,500 3.0% Insurance Agent Licenses 119,797 100,000 120,000 120,000 0 120,000 20,0% A1coholLicenses 150,652 155,000 150,000 155,000 0 155,000 0.0% Fish/Wildlife Revenuc Sharing 0 61,800 0 0 0 0 -100.0% Oil/Gas Severance Tax 266,875 55,000 150,000 150,000 0 150,000 172.7% InterestlncomelMisc. 5,076,215 150,000 250,000 250,000 0 250,000 66.7% Facilities Rental 18,030 17,700 17,700 17,700 0 17,700 0.0% BeBB Reimbursement 0 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 0 1,000,000 0.0% Enterprise Fund PIL T 0 3,433,500 3,433,500 3,403,900 0 3,403,900 -0.9% Stale Sales Tax 33,301,433 35,545,400 34,000,000 35,700,000 0 35,700,000 0.4% Court FeeslFines 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A FEMAIOCA Reimb. 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Race Track Revenues 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A -- Sub.Total General Rev 279,076,684 327,175,800 315,445,800 342,900,000 3,419,600 346;319,600 5.9% Department Revenues 12,488,177 10,690,700 10,347,000 11,356,600 0 11,356,600 6.2% -- -- Sub-Total General Rev 291,564,861 337,866,500 325,792,800 354,256,600 3,419,600 357,676,200 5.9% Roarls(313) 248,100 202,800 202,800 248,000 0 248,000 21.3% Motor Pool (522) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Utilities (408) 372,500 341,500 341,500 278,500 0 278,500 -18.4% Cost Allocation Plan 7,856,100 9,127,800 9,127,800 9,709,600 0 9,709,600 6.4% Museum(198) 24 59,800 59,800 59,800 0 59,800 0,0% Conservation Collier (172) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A RecordingFee.s(178) 154,900 351,400 371,200 271,400 0 271,400 -22,8% Special Obligation Debt (290) 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Courts (681) 612,271 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Airpol1 Authority (496) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Utility Regulation (669) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A roc (195) 141,900 133,800 133,800 194,100 0 194,100 45.1% Community Development (113) 120,000 126,200 126,200 134,500 0 134,500 6.6% MSTD(lll) 371,200 389,600 389,600 496,100 0 496,100 27.3% PollulionControl(l14) 0 5,200 5,200 32,200 0 32,200 519.2% Solid Waste (470) 0 0 0 74,200 0 74,200 N/A ClerkofCircuitCoul1 29,245,058 17,581,600 25,000,000 20,000,000 0 20,000,000 13.8% TaxColleclor 7,586,667 5,500,000 5,500,000 5,500,000 0 5,500,000 0.0% Sheriff 2,867,900 0 1,758,500 0 0 0 N/A Propel1yAppraiser 832,131 200,000 200,000 200,000 0 200,000 0.0% Supervisor of Elections 196,680 200,000 102,100 200,000 0 200,000 0.0% Carryforward 0 40,638,100 59,365,000 43,880,000 0 43,880,000 8.0% Revenue Reserve 0 (16,893,300) 0 (17,712,800) (171,000) (17,883,800) 5.9% Total Other Sources 50,605,431 57,964,500 102,683,500 63,565,600 (I71,000) 63,394,600 94% Total Fund Revenues 342,170,292 395,831,000 428,476,300 417,822,200 3,248,600 421,070,800 6.4% 7 MSTD General Fund (111) Expense Summary FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY 07/08 FY 07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Total Budget Appropriations ExplRev Budget Exp/Rev Service Service Budget Change Landscape Operations 1,072,487 r,280,300 1,228,100 6.632,600 0 6,632,600 418.1% Road Maintenance 4,956,587 11,547,400 13,734,500 9,716,lOO 0 9,716,100 -15.9% Fire Contro!IForestry 12,398 12,400 12,400 12,100 0 ]2,100 -2.4% Parks & Recreation - Naples 10,572,045 12,030,000 11,794,900 12,462,800 57,?OO 12,520,500 4.1% Franchise Administration 90,444 146,700 140,100 106,600 0 106,600 -27.3% Comm. Dev. Admin. 74,545 100,000 405,200 0 0 0 -IOCI.O% Public Information 1.202,756 1,373,600 ],384,100 1,412,200 0 1,412,200 2.8% Immoka!ee Housing Initiative 0 0 0 259,700 0 259,700 N/A Graphics & Tech 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Comprehensive Plarming 1,189,O68 1,764,500 1,657,000 1,598,300 0 1,598,300 -9.4% Community Redeve]opment 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Code Enforcement 3,295,415 4,308,100 4.394,400 4,512,100 0 4,512,100 4.7% General Administration Expenses 3,320,609 4,125,200 4,125.200 3,990,300 0 3,990,300 -3.3% Natural Resources 580,9]3 796,500 631,100 294,200 0 294,200 -{i3.I% aSH - Affordable Housing 75,757 243,200 218,300 257,700 0 257,700 6.0% Zoning/Land Development Review 202,201 220,000 225,400 301,300 0 301,300 37.0% Sub-Total 26,645,225 37,947,900 39,950,700 41,556,000 57,700 41,613,700 9.7% Reserves: 0 0 0 0 0 N/A UFR's 0 2,097,800 0 8,646.400 0 8,646,400 312.2% Comm. Tax (Legislative changes) 1,520,000 0 1,150,000 0 1,150,000 -24.3% Contingencies 0 1.659,500 0 2,138,400 0 2,138,400 28.9% Cash Row 0 250,000 0 250,000 0 250,000 0.0% Attrition 0 (174,300) 0 (509,800) 0 (509.800) 192.5% Fue] Adjustment 0 0 0 80,000 0 80,000 N/A Sub-Total Reserves 0 5,353,000 0 11,755,000 0 1l,755,OOO 119.6% General Fund (00 1) 371,200 389,600 389,600 496,100 0 496,100 27.3% Landscaping Projects (II2) 7,749,500 6,289,800 5,280,800 1,848,200 0 1,848,200 -70.6% Comm. Development (ll3) 338,000 210,000 210,000 80,000 0 80,000 -{i1.9% Natural Resources GrJ.nts (117) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A MPO 4,944 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 -100.0% GGCC (130) 596,800 670,700 670,700 653,100 59,700 712,800 6.3% Planning Hmd (131) 100,600 107.000 107,000 280,000 0 280,000 161.7% Lely Beautification (152) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Forest Lakes Beautification (155) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Immokalee Redev. (186) 84,700 147,900 147,900 177,000 0 177,000 19.7% Gateway Triangle (187) 206,600 361,100 361,100 481,000 0 481,000 33.2% mC-Beaches(195) 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 Fac. Mgmt. (301) 784,800 815,500 815,500 798,500 0 798,500 -2.1% Parks (306) 320,900 ] ,600,700 1,875,300 1,483,200 0 1,483,200 -7.3% Clam Bay Restoration (320) 235,000 256,000 256,000 214,000 0 214,000 -16.4% Stann water Capita] (325) 0 77,000 77,000 0 0 0 -100.0% Collier County Lighting (760) 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Property Appraiser 235,542 326,000 347,300 283,500 0 283,500 -13.0% Tax Collector 686,829 852,000 849,900 928,300 0 928,300 9.0% Sub-Total Transfers 11,865,415 12,108,300 11.433,100 7,722,900 59,700 7,782,600 -35.7% Total Appropriations 38,510,640 55,409,200 51,383,800 61,033,900 117,400 61,151,300 10.4% 8 . MSTD General Fund (111) Revenne Summary FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY 07/08 FY 07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Total Budget Revenues Exp/Rev Budget Exp/Rev Service Service Budget Change Ad Valorem Taxes 29,689,587 39,027,100 37,708,600 42.986,000 82,700 43,068,700 10.4% Occupational Licenses 616,890 630,000 630,000 630,000 0 630,000 0.0% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 14,224 30,000 15,000 15,000 0 15,000 -50.0% - Cable Franchise Fees 4,584,934 4,600,000 4,600,000 4,600,000 0 4,600,000 0.0% InterestfMiscellaneous 47,550 10,000 50,400 52,000 0 52,000 420.0% -- Sub-Total 34,953,185 44,297,100 43,004,000 48,283,000 82,700 48,365,700 9.2% Departmental Revenue 4,227,214 3,705,400 3,578,900 4,254.700 40,900 4,295,600 15.9% Revenue ReselVe 0 (2,400,200) 0 (2.626.900) (6.200) (2.633,100) 9.7% Sub-Total 39,180,399 45,602,300 46,582,900 49,910,800 117,400 50,028,200 9.7% Reimbursements 49,600 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Carryforward 0 7,244,700 12,331,600 10,092,900 0 10,092,900 39.3% Transfer-General Fund (001) 225,000 225,000 225,000 225,000 0 225,000 0.0% Transfer (1 12) 719,323 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Tnmsfer(l13) 410,700 364,700 364,700 0 0 0 " 100.0% Transfer (131) 1,311,400 1,334,500 1,334,500 390,700 0 390,700 -70.7% Transfer-Beautification MSTU's 173,700 152,300 152,300 164,500 0 164,500 8.0% Transfer (161) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Transfer (186) 85,700 85,700 85,700 0 0 0 -100.0% Transfer (187) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A TransferTDC(l94) 0 0 0 0 0 0 NlA Transfer Clam Bay (320) 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Transfer (760) 0 150,000 150,000 0 0 0 -100.0% Transfer- P.A.IT.C. 397,366 250,000 250,000 250,000 0 250,000 0.0% Sub-Total Other Sources 3,372,789 9,806,900 14,893,800 1l,123,100 0 1l,123,100 13.4% Total Fund Revenues 42,553,188 55,409,200 61,476,700 61,033,900 117,400 61,151,300 10.4% 9 IFY 08 General Fund (001) I l~~.".'.j\WI~I..'.i~l~ki.JI. Dollars $0 - Non-Recurring Dollars --'.--- ----. $22,412,000 Total $22,412,000 -- ---~~. ~ - --+ ~ t- Total Cost Offsetting Recurring DeoartmenVA1!encv IDescriDtion . ~.eraIFund Revenue Net Cost Cost Sheriff ----tf.our Bailiffs , $572,000 $0 $572,000 X Sheriff ,Ten (to) Immigration Customs Enforcement (rCE) Deputies -=+= $1,164,700 $0 $1,164,700 X Sheriff ------iFive (5) Youth Relations Deputies $715,000 $0 $715,000 X Sheriff 0.5 FTE Crossing Guard Position - I $28,600 $0 $28,600 X Mgmt. Offices/Emergency Management Three (3) solar message boards - $50,000 $0 $50,000 Mgmt. OfficeslEmergency Management Hurricane evacuation signs $50,000 $0 $50,000 Mgrnt. OfficeslEmergency Management Remote radios $50,000 $0 $50,000 Mgmt. Offices/Emergency Management Palmetto Ridge generator fuel supply. $26,400 $0 $26,400 Office of County Manager/EMS Ops. Purchase Back-up Equipment $177,700 $0 $177,700 Office of County Manager/EMS Ops. One (1) Additional Training Captain $98,500 $0 $98,500 X Admin Services - IT Managed Network Services $300,000 $0 $300,000 X ~- - Admin Services - IT Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Core Client Access License $204,500 $0 $204,500 X Admin Services - IT [Microsoft Enterprise Agreement - SQL Server Standard Edition $8,000 $0 $8,000 X Admin Services - IT [Microsoft Enterprise Agreement - Sharepoint Server $13,300 $0 $13,300 X Admin Services - IT 'Microsoft Office 2007 Training --~-.. $75,000 $0 $75,000 Admin Services IT Capital SAP Enhancements $500,000 $0 $500,000 Admin Services - IT Capital Fiber Network Construction $500,000 $0 $500,000 Admin Services - IT Capital - Technology Improvements Program $130,000 $0 $130,000 Admin Services - IT Capital Hurricane & Pandemic Mitigation $510,000 $0 $510,000 Public Services - David La'Mence Center Funding for 10 additional Baker Act patient beds. $1,200,000 $0 $1,200,000 X Public Services - Housing & Human Serv 211 Phone Number - One Call for Infonnation & Referral System =:J $156,700 $0 $156,700 X Public Services - Parks & Rec Co-sponsor 8-week program with Kiwanis of Naples $2,500 $0 $2,500 Public Services - Parks & Rec New Truck for Beach & Water Ops Rangers $23,500 $0 $23,500 Public Services - Parks & Rec Replacement of 2 utility tractors for Beach & Water Operations $9,400 $0 $9,400 Public Services - Parks & Rec Replacement of 20 Park Ranger radios $40,000 $0 $40,000 Public Services - Parks & Rec Re-pave and stripe Bay View parking lot $15,000 $0 $15,000 Public Services - Parks & Rec Replacement copier for Cocohatachee Marina $3,500 $0 $3,500 Public Services - Parks & Rec New copier for NCRP Interpretive Center $2,000 $0 $2,000 ~~rvices-Parks&Rec Special Needs dock & electric Hoyer for Sugden $21,000 $0 $21,000 Public Services Parks & Rec IReplacement of 2 tractors for Sugden Park $12,000 $0 $]2,000 Tr,msportation Capital Santa Barbara Blvd, Copperleaf to Green, design/construction $18,000,000 $0 $18,000,000 Transportation Capital Advance right-of way $15,000,000 $0 $15,000,000 Transportation Capital Randall Blvd, ROW & Design $6,800,000 $0 $6,800,000 Transportation Capital Everglades Blvd design $2,500,000 $0 $2,500,000 Transportation Capital 1-75 & Everglades Blvd Interchange $2,000,000 $0 $2,000,000 City of Naples Sandpiper Street Improvements $750,000 $0 $750,000 City of Naples Gordon River Greenway , $500,000 $0 $500,000 City of Naples Fleischman Park Renovations I $2,000,000 $0 $2,000,000 City of Naples Share in the operating costs of Reischman Park ! $494,929. $0 $494,929 X Supervisor of Election New Voting SystemlMachines to replace existing system $2,60],100 $0 $2,601,100 Sheriff Equipment for ESC building (other than 911 equipment) $2,500,000 $0 $2,500,000 Sheriff Helicopter (3 yrs between order and delivery) $3,000,000 $0 $3,000,000 Clerk of Courts Funding for Clerk Operations requested from General Fund $5,424,000 $0 $5,424,000 X ~~ $54,704,229 $0; $54,704,229 I I ,0 UFR Descriptions General Fund (QQil Sheriff Bailiff Positions $572,000 There is $572,000 requested for 4 Bailiff positions required for new judges. Costs include $327,600 in Personal Services, $73,600 in operating expenses and $170,800 in capital outlay. Capital outlay for each position includes $22,500 for a vehicle, $7,800 for a radio, $4,400 for a computer, and $8,000 for in car video and radar. Sheriff Ten (10) Immigration Customs Enforcement Deputies $1,164,700 There is $1,164,700 requested for 10 Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) Deputies. Costs include $928,700 in Personal Services, $196,000 in operating expenses and $40,000 in capital outlay. Sheriff Five (5) Youth Relations Deputies $715,000 There is $715,000 requested for 5 Youth Relations Deputies for new schools. Costs include $409,500 in Personal Services, $92,000 in operating expenses and $213,500 in capital outlay. Sheriff 0.5 FTE Crossing Guard Position $28,600 There is $28,600 requested for a Crossing Guard position at the Lake Trafford Elementary School in Immokalee. Costs include $23,000 in Personal Services and $5,600 in operating expenses. Emergency Management Three (3) Solar Message Boards $50,000 There is $50,000 requested for three (3) solar message boards to further support hurricane evacuation, re-entry, and make public notifications regarding disaster recovery, as recommended by the 2006 Abbreviated Hurricane Evacuation Re-study, (December 2006). After the hurricanes, the Department of Emergency Management has had significant delays in acquiring message boards which are prioritized for the safety ofthe motoring public as it relates to road construction, maintenance and repair. Three message boards as an "in-stock" resource would improve the Emergency Operations Center's ability to communicate to the public with emergency information while other rental solar message boards are being requested and delivered from outside the region. These message boards would be shared with the Transportation Division, during the non- hurricane season or deployed for other emergency situations. Emergency Management Hurricane Evacuation Signs $50,000 There is $50,000 requested for hurricane evacuation signs to increase the quantity and information displayed on the hurricane evacuation route road signs. This recommendation was noted during the report to the County Commissioners in December of2006. The report noted that alternate evacuation routes have limited signage that could generate delays or confusion in the use of alternate evacuation routes. Many ofthe evacuation signs do not have the Emergency Alert Station FM dial numbers which motorist could tune to for the latest emergency information. 11 UFR Descriptions - General Fund (continued) Emergency Management Remote Radios $50,000 The 2006 Abbreviated Hurricane Evacuation Study recommended that the Department of Emergency Management acquire additional portable communication devices which will broadcast evacuation and re-entry information. These units can be deployed to broadcast on a continuous basis on the AM, FM or Citizens Band frequencies infonnation in accordance with FCC "Travelers Radio" requirements. These units could be used for wildfire scenarios or other non-hurricane emergency situations when public or motorist notification is needed. These radios are most effective when accompanied by the message boards directing the public to tune to the appropriate radio frequency. Emergency Management Palmetto Ridge Generator - Initial Fueling $26,400 There is $26,400 requested for the initial fueling of a large generator at Palmetto Ridge High School. The fuel tank holds 8,800 gallons of diesel fuel at an estimated cost of $3 per gallon (inclusive of additives for long-term storage). EMS Purchase Back-up Equipment $177,700 There is a request to purchase back-up equipment for a total of$I77,700. This equipment includes Audicor printers for $11,200, AutoPulse backups for $72,500, LifePaks at $60,000, stair chairs for $4,200 and back-up stretchers for $7,300. Non-capital back-up equipment is requested at $14,000 and replacements are included for a total of $12,600. EMS One (1) Additional Training Captain $98,500 There is a request for an additional Training Captain position. EMS staff is growing with the community and an additional Training Captain is needed to maintain the training demands of the staff. The cost ofthis FTE with associated required equipment is $98,500. IT Managed Network Services $300,000 As the BCC data network expands, users have the expectation that their phones and computers should work and be supported longer than our current 8AM to 5 PM services. In lieu of adding staffto cover a 2nd and than a 3rd shift, we are recommending the use of outsourced services, which in the IT industry are called "Managed Network Services". Managed Network Services for expanded hours of support is plauned to be an annually recurring expense. The impact of not funding world is to maintain the current level of service. Currently IT systems, networks and phones are supported Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM. There is no service level defined for support beyond those hours, even though many of the system's users conduct business dependent on IT systems and services beyond those hours. 12 . UFR Descriptions - General Fund (continued) IT Microsoft Enterprise Agreement - Core Client Access License $204,500 The County purchased its Microsoft Core Client Licenses for the agency (Microsoft Office Suite and Operating System) under an enterprise agreement over the last three years as a Capital Project expenditure. Microsoft offers software assurance that entitles the County to future releases and upgrades of these products at an approximate cost of25% of the cost of purchasing replacement licensing. This is not software maintenance, which is purchased under a separate agreement. The benefit of utilizing this option is to stabilize the cost of future upgrades more evenly and avoid spikes in expenditures. Under its current license, the County owns the most recent upgrade (Office 2007 and Vista Operating System), which IT plans to implement over the next two years. Opting out of the agreement will cause the County to have to purchase any future releases (anticipated in 2009 or 2010) as a capital project. IT Microsoft Enterprise Agreement - SQL Server Standard Edition $8,000 The County purchased its Microsoft SQL Server License (database) for the agency under an enterprise agreement over the last three years as a Capital Project expenditure. Microsoft offers license assurance that entitles the County to future releases and upgrades of these products (at an approximate cost of25% of the cost of replacement licensing). This is not software maintenance, which is purchased under a separate agreement. The benefit of utilizing this option is to stabilize the cost of future upgrades more evenly and avoid spikes in expenditures. Under its current license, the County currently operates the most recent version. Opting out of the agreement will cause the County to have to purchase any future releases (anticipated in the next 2-3 years) as a capital project. IT Microsoft Enterprise Agreement - Sharepoint Server $13,300 The County purchased its Microsoft Sharepoint Licenses for the agency (collaboration module) under an enterprise agreement over the last three years as a Capital Project expenditure. Microsoft offers license assurance that entitles the County to future releases and upgrades of these products (approximate cost is 25% of the cost ofreplacement licensing). This is not software maintenance, which is purchased under a separate agreement. The benefit of utilizing this option is to stabilize the cost of future upgrades more evenly and avoid spikes in expenditures. Under its current license, the County operates the most recent version. Opting out of the agreement will cause the County to have to purchase any future releases (anticipated in the next 2- 3 years) as a capital project. IT Microsoft Office 2007 Training $75,000 The agency would like to upgrade to Office 2007 to take advantage of several new productivity features and advanced integration with other Microsoft components. Due to fairly dramatic changes to the user interface of Office 2007, it would be beneficial to offer additional user training. 13 UFR Descriptions - General Fund (continued) IT SAP Enhancements $500,000 The County has adopted an SAP-centric philosophy for enterprise software solutions. Additional funding would advance efforts to maximize the integration capabilities. With the completion of the upgrade to the most recent version of SAP at the end ofFY07, opportunities exist to accelerate implementation of additional modules and/or feature enhancements. Funding is requested for that purpose. IT Fiber Network Construction $500,000 This is a continuation of a project to install fiber optic cables in conjunction with road construction, utility construction and in cooperation with the school board and other governmental agencies. The fiber optic will be used for high-speed data, voice, and video communications between the various County facilities. The priorities for fiber construction at various locations will need to be reassessed by the IT Executive Committee in light of being partially funded in FYOS. IT Technology Improvements $130,000 This project covers costs to replace existing desktop computers, servers, and communications infrastructure in a timely and consistent manner. This program contemplates the replacement of approx. 1/5th of the total desktops systems annually and 1/4 of the laptops annually and selected other equipment. In FYOS, this project's funding was reduced, impacting the number of computers that will be replaced. IS9 desktop computers will be replaced instead of 214, and 100 laptops will be replaced instead of 122. Also the pilot program to standardize the printers has been deferred. IT Hurricane & Pandemic Mitigation $510,000 After the 2005 Hurricane Season and in preparation for a potential pandemic event, the IT Department developed a three-year plan to improve the resiliency of the agency's IT infrastructure. This is the second year ofthat plan and represents an opportunity to centralize the management of UPS power by replacing individual UPS equipment in Building F (floors 1 to 3) with centralized systems and to create double network redundancy by installing a secondary core switch in case of failure and for use during routine maintenance. This represents additional capacity over that which the County currently possesses. David Lawrence Center Baker Act Operating Support $1,200,000 Baker Act services are an essential part of the health, safety and criminal justice safety net for individuals in the community who pose a danger to themselves or others because of a major mental illness. The David Lawrence Center (DLC) operates the only public Baker Act Receiving Facility in Collier County and it is overcrowded approximately 70% of the time. Not having adequate beds results in individuals being backed up in local emergency rooms or being incarcerated, as well as the inability to divert the mentally ill from the criminal justice system. The State of Florid a reimburses the DLC up to a fixed amount of approximately $400 per day for Baker Act services. However, they fund only a portion of the available beds. Each Baker Act bed requires $150,000 annually in financial support. The David Lawrence Center is requesting $1,200,000 in funding from Collier County to deliver additional Baker Act services within the community. Please refer to page 24 for additional information. 14 I UFR Descriptions - General Fund (continued) Housing & Human Services 211 Phone Referral System $156,700 The Human Services Information and Referral Services 211 system is requested to provide Collier citizens the ability to call one phone number to access information regarding human services for basic needs, physical and mental health resources, employment support, support for Older American and Persons with Disabilities, Support for Children, Youth and Families and volunteer opportunities and donation information. Additionally, this line would be available in times of natural disasters and emergencies as a central information and referral system for human needs. The (2) FTE's requested will provide standardized information, and referral telephone service will identify an appropriate agency or non-profit for accessing these services. Total costs include funding for the 2 FTE's at $112,000, operating costs of $15,200, and capital outlay and minor equipment costs of$29,500. The net cost to the General Fund would be $156,700. Parks & Recreation Co-Sponsor an 8-week program with Kiwanis of Naples $2,500 The Athletics Program is requesting to co-sponsor an 8 week program with the Kiwanis of Naples for youth track and field activities at a cost of $2,500. Parks & Recreation New Truck for Beach & Water Operations Rangers $23,500 Beach and Water Operations Rangers have been renting an older truck from Fleet Management's inventory. The vehicle has reached its useful life and Parks and Recreation is requesting to purchase an additional Yz-ton, 4-wheel drive vehicle for $23,500. Parks & Recreation Replacement of 2 utility tractors for Beach & Water Ops $9,400 Beach and Water Operations is requesting replacement of two utility tractors at a cost of $9,400. Parks & Recreation Replacement of 20 Park Ranger radios $40,000 Beach and Water Operations is requesting the replacement of20 park ranger radios for a total cost of $40,000. Parks & Recreation Re-pave and stripe Bay View Parking Lot $15,000 The Parks and Recreation Department is requesting funds to re-pave and stripe the Bay View Park parking lot for a cost of$15,000. Parks & Recreation Replacement copier for Cocohatachee Marina $3,500 Cocohatachee River Marina is requesting a replacement copier for $3,500. Parks & Recreation New copier for NCRP Interpretive Center $2,000 NCRP Interpretive Center is requesting a new copier for $2,000. 15 UFR Descriptions - General Fund (continued) Parks & Recreation Special needs dock & electric Hoyer for Sugden $21,000 Sugden Park is requesting to purchase a special needs dock and electric Hoyer for special needs sailors at a cost of $21,000. Parks & Recreation Two additional replacement tractors $12,000 Sugden Park is requesting to purchase two additional replacement tractors for $12,000. Transportation Santa Barbara Blvd $18,000,000 The design and construction of Santa Barbara Blvd, between Cooper Leaf and Green Blvd. Converting a 4 lane road to 6 lanes. Transportation Advance Right Of Way $15,000,000 The rapid growth of the Estates presents a greater burden on advanced right-of-way acquisition to limit impacts and reduce costs. Unlike the development west of CR95 I where future road rights-of-way could be reserved in approval of residential and commercial PUD's, the individual home site development of the Estates' lots does not lend itself to being addressed as development occurs. Rather there is a need to establish an aggressive, advanced right-of-way acquisition effort east of CR951 to limit impacts and costs as plans for road expansion move forward. Transportation Randall Blvd $6,800,000 The design and Right of Way for Randall Blvd from Immokalee Road to Oil Well Road. Converting a 2 lane road to 6 lanes. Transportation Everglades Blvd $2,500,000 The design for Everglades Blvd from Oil Well Road to Golden Gate Blvd. Converting a 2 lane road to 6 lanes. Transportation 1-75 & Everglades Interchange $2,000,000 The Project, Development & Envirorunental Study (PDE) for the 1-75 and Everglades Blvd Interchange. City of Naples Sandpiper Street Improvements $750,000 This project is a continuation of the public improvements currently being implemented at the entry way (east and west sides) of Sandpiper Street south of US 41. More specifically this project involves roadway enhancement and beautification of Sandpiper Street from Curlew Ave to Marlin Drive. A large portion of the roadway is under County jurisdiction and the improvements will enhance property in the unincorporated section ofthe County as well as the incorporated (City) section of the County. Last year, the Board of County Commissioners approved $100,000 (50% of the cost) towards the design. This year's request is to provide a 50% match of the construction cost, estimated at $1.5 million (as per May 1 workshop), the County's share would be $750,000. 16 . UFR Descriptions - General Fund (continued) City of Naples Gordon River Greenway $500,000 The proposed project involves constructing a link ofthe Gordon River Greenway from the Airport to the proposed Pulling Park. This project is part of a large scale pathway system along the river that will be available to all County residents, as well as visitors. It is requested that the County provide a 50% match of the estimated $1 million construction budget. City of Naples Fleischman Park $2,000,000 This is an actual regional recreation park with indoor and outdoor construction elements that are estimated to cost approximately $12 million. The City has already expended $5,719,892 for public improvements over the last 2 years and intends to continue to renovate this park. The County's Recreation Advisory Board received a City staff presentation at their last meeting and agreed to recommend a $2 million request for County funds toward these improvements. City of Naples Fleischman Park $494,929 The City of Naples has requested operating funding from Collier County for Fleischmann Park in the amount of $494,929. See analysis below. Additionally, please refer to page 26 for supplemental information. City/County Ooeratinl! Analvsis of Fleischman Park Fleischmann Park Operating Revenues Fleischmann Park Operating Costs Net Operating Loss $686,300 $1,497,659 ($811 ,359) Pro~rated Revenues (City - 39%, County - 61%) Pro-rated Expenses (City. 39%, County ~ 61%) City/County Respective Shares Q!y $267,657 $584,087 ($316,430) County $418,643 $913,572 ($494,929) Total $686,300 $1,497,659 $2,183,959 17 UFR Descriptions - General Fund (continued) Supervisor of Elections New Voting System/Machines $2,601,100 Replacement of electronic voting system to an optical scan system (Mark Sense) and electronic poll books. This voting system change has been mandated by a change in the law during the 2007 Legislative Session. CS/HB 537, effective 7/1/2008, FS 101.56075 requires the change to optical scan system (Mark Sense). Existing vendors will be utilized for this mandated change (ES&S Voting Systems and VR systems). Sheriff Equipment for the ESC bldg $2,500,000 Emergency Services Center (ESC) hardware needed for the operation ofthe dispatch center at the ESC building. This is equipment that cannot be funded from E-911 funds. Sheriff Helicopter $3,000,000 The Sheriffs helicopter was acquired as surplus military equipment and is in need ofreplacement. The current waiting list is 3 years for production. Three million dollars ($3,000,000) will be needed in 2012. Clerk of Courts General Fund Operating Subsidy $5,424,000 The Clerk has requested operational funding from the General Fund in the amount of$5,424,000. Please refer to page 30 for additional details. 18 FY 08 MSTD General Fund (111) Unfinanced Requirements UFR's I I ~. I f--- J.Bii Recurring Dollars - Non-Recurring Dollars -. -- Total -- $8,646,400 ---, - Offsetting Recurring ~Ec Sez:vices - Parks & Rec Convert a 112-time FTE to full time child care worker at Max Hasse $22,400 $7,900 $14,500 X COES FEMA Flood Ins. Study, Related Mapping; and CRS Program $111,200 $0 $111,200 ~- Post Development Pollutant Loading Study .-- $100,000 $0 $100,000 Public Services - Parks & Rec Create Sub-terrain drains for softball field at Max Hasse $6,400 $0 $6,400 Public Services - Parks & Rec - Replace sod on 4 ball fields $100,000 $0 $100,000 Public Services - Parks & Rec Replace playground equipment $51,000 $0 $51,000 Public Services Parks&Rec Copy machine for East NapleslEagle Comm Park -- $7,000 $0 $7,000 Public Services - Parks & Rec Replace sidewalks around community center at Vineyards $15,Q%I +- $0 $15,000 Public Services - Parks & Rec Renovate Auditorium and kitchen at GG Corom Or I $15,000 $6,000 . $9,000 -- Transportation Landscape Installation - Rattlesnake Hammock ----r $801,800 $0 $801,800 Transportation Oil Well Road Landscape Design $180,000 $0 $180,000 Transportation Landscape Design; Immokalee Road - Collier to 43rd. $125,000 $0 $125,000 Transportation Limerock Road Conversion $5,477,900 $0 $5,477,900 1--- Subtotal Non-Recurring Expenses $6,990,300 $6,000 .~- Total $7,012,700 $13,900 $6,998,800 .Note: $6,000 revenue is from Golden Gate Community Center ad valorem taxes. I IFY 08 Conservation Collier Fund (172), (174) Unimanced Requirements UFR's 1----. I I I I Conservation Collier Land ~couisition Fund. (17~) f!FR's I Offsetting Recurring , AmOWlt Revenne Net Cost Cost I Conservation Collier Land Acquisition One (1.0) FTE, Administrative Assistant , $52,600 $0 $52,600 X i Total I $52,600 $0 $52,600 j Outlay) I -- -- Conservation Collier Land Maintenance Fund (174) UFR's Offsetting Recurring Amount Revenue Net Cost Cost Conservation Collier Land Maintenance 4x4 Truck with towing capacity -- $27,000 $0 $27,000 Total $27,000 $0 $27,000 FY 08 TDC Fund (194) Unimanced Requirements UFR's per Ord. 2005-43 I to Capital Funds I (183 &195) would be reduced TDC Catel!orv B _ Admin & Disaster Recoverv Transfer (194) UFR's Offsetting Recurring Amount Revenue Net Cost Cost Tourism Administration Two Part Time .5 Adm. FfE's and Conversion of One.5 FTE to FT, $77,700 $0 $77,700 x f-- Total $0 $77,700 $77,700 '- FY 08 Fleet Management Fund (521) Unimanced Requirements UFR's I f-- *,"1&" "rom I I Offsetting Recurring Fleet Manal!ement Fund (521) UFR's I AmOWlt Revenue Net Cost Cost Reet Maintenance One (1.0) FTE, Automotive Technician $56,300 $56,300 $0 X Fleet Maintenance One (1.0) FIE, Automotive Technician I Shop Manager $76,600 $76,600 $0 X Total $132,900 $132,900 $0 19 UFR Descriptions MSTD General Fund (111) UFR's Parks and Recreation Convert 0.5 FTE to full-time Child Care Worker $22,400 Max Hasse Community Park had requested to expand one of their part-time childcare workers to a full-time position, an increase of 0.5 FTE. The cost of this expanded position would be $22,400 with an anticipated increase in revenues of $7,900. CDES FEMA Flood Study, Mapping and CRA Program $111,200 CDES is requesting $111,200 in UFR funding, which includes $50,000 for the FEMA flood insurance study and development of new Flood Insurance Rate Maps, which is a ongoing effort that will be entering production of the preliminary maps and initiation of a public notification process. This UFR also includes $61,200 for the Community Rating System (CRS) program, which is a part of the National Flood Insurance Program that the County voluntarily entered several years ago. This year will see an effort to complete the updating of the Floodplain Management Plan (FMP), a continuation of the Public Outreach associated with the FMP, and efforts to improve the County's class rating to increase the savings on flood insurance premiums from 15% to 20% for properties located in the "AE" and "VE" flood zones. CDES Post Development Pollutant Loading Study $100,000 This request is for a Post-Development Pollutant Loading Study, for a total of$IOO,OOO. This study is required by the recently adopted EAR-based amendment to Conservation and Coastal Management Element Policy 2.3.6 of the County's Growth Management Plan. The study will be designed to gather data that will assess the accuracy of current methodologies evaluating nutrient loadings from storm water management systems. Parks and Recreation Drains for softball fields - Max Hasse Community Park $6,400 Max Hasse Community Park has experienced problematic flooding. Staff is requesting to install drains for the western softball field utilizing in-house labor for a total cost of $6,400. Parks and Recreation Sod replacement on 4 ball fields $100,000 Parks & Other Properties is requesting the replacement of sod on two Veterans Park softball fields ($60,000) and two Jmmokalee Sports Complex soccer fields ($40,000). Parks and Recreation Replace playground equipment $51,000 Parks and Other Properties had requested to replace the playground equipment at the Naples Tot Lot, Best Friends Park and Coconut Neighborhood Park for a total of $1 00,000. This initial request of $1 00,000 was reduced by $51,000. Parks and Recreation Copy Machine -East Naples/Eagle Lakes Community Park $7,000 East Naples/Eagle Lakes Community Park is requesting a replacement copy machine for $7,000. 20 r UFR Descriptions - MS TD General Fund (111 ) (continued) Parks and Recreation Sidewalk replacement - Vineyards Community Park $15,000 Vineyards Community Park is requesting the replacement of sidewalks around the Community Center ($15,000). Parks and Recreation Renovate Auditorium & Kitchen at GGCC $9,000 Golden Gate Community Center is requesting renovations to the auditorium and main kitchen at the Community Center for a total cost of$15,000. $6,000 would come from Ad Valorem Taxes from the Golden Gate Taxing District. Transportation Landscape Install- Rattlesnake Hammock $801,800 Installation of Landscape treatment along Rattlesnake Hammock Road coinciding with completion of the roadway reconstruction. Transportation Landscape Design - Oil Well Road $180,000 Request funding to begin design oflandscaping along this roadway segment. Transportation Landscape Design - Immokalee - Collier to 43rd. $125,000 Request funding to begin design oflandscaping along this roadway segment. Transportation Limerock Road Conversion $5,477,900 There is a funding request for an additional $5,477,900 to convert limerock roads to asphalt and to construct bridges in Golden Gate Estates. There is $5,605,200 in the Proposed FY OS budget for limerock road conversion. Assuming the UFR is funded, $1I,OS3,100 would be available in FY OS and based upon a cost of$300,000 per mile - 37 miles oflimerock surface could be converted to asphalt. 21 UFR Descriptions Conservation Collier Land Acquisition (172) UFR's Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Administrative Assistant $52,600 With ongoing development and increasing complexity of the Program and acquisition of more lands, it has become critical to have assistance with many organizational and routine tasks that would otherwise use the time of higher-paid technical staff in an inefficient manner. The program is requesting a full time person, knowledgeable about Conservation Collier who can offer organizational support to technical staff for administrative tasks. Conservation Collier Land Maintenance (11) UFR's Conservation Collier Land Maintenance Automobile $27,000 Land management activities require the use of a 4x4, large-bed vehicle with towing capacity. Through to course of agency reorganization, this type of vehicle has become unavailable for consistent use by Conservation Collier staff. For this reason, staff is requesting to purchase a vehicle that will make land management activities possible. The request includes purchase price, insurance, and related fleet maintenance costs. TDC Cate20rv B - Admin & Disaster Recoverv Transfer (194) UFR's Tourism Administration Two (0.5) FTE's and One PT Conversion $77,000 The tourism department is requesting two part-time (0.5) FTE's ($50,000) in order to support the sales, marketing and public relations functions. In addition, conversion of one existing part time (0.5) FTE to full time status ($27,700) is requested. This position will continue to support current and planned marketing and promotional efforts. TDC Fund (194) has no reserves due to Ordinance 2005-43 transfer requirements. Funding these positions will require reducing the FY 08 transfers to Beach Renourishment Fund (195) and TDC Beach Park Facilities Fund (183) by $52,100 and $25,600 respectively. 22 UFR Descriptions Fleet Manae:ement (ill) UFR's Fleet Management Administration Automotive Technician $56,300 Fleet Management plans to open its new bus maintenance shop on Radio Road in October 2007 to coincide with the start of transit and para-transit bus operations at that site. Staffing the new facility will require three FTE's. One Automotive Technician will be transferred from the main Fleet Management shop at County Barn and two expanded positions will be required: an Automotive Technician and an Auto Technician/Shop Manager (see request below). The labor hours of three technicians are necessary to maintain the current number of transit and para-transit buses at satisfactory service levels. As a result of increased maintenance requirements for transit/para-transit buses, ambulances, and the overall increase in vehicles and equipment, a drop in overall County vehicle and equipment operational availability rates is anticipated if these positions are not approved. Fleet Management Administration Auto Tech/Shop Manager $76,600 Fleet Management plans to open its new bus maintenance shop on Radio Road in October 2007 to coincide with the start of transit and para-transit bus operations at that site. The new shop will require a shop manager to manage daily maintenance operations. The shop manager will be responsible for all shop administration, facility and equipment maintenance, safety, and physical security; this position will be a working manager, in that 2/3 of his/her time will be spent repairing and maintaining buses. Due to increase maintenance requirements and workload, opening the new bus maintenance shop would not be recommended if the shop manager position was not approved. 23 ~c_~ '._-~ ~,.." DAVID !WRENCE Res tor i n g & R e b u i ! din g L i v e s RECEIVED OFFICE OF THE COUNTY MANAGER JUN - 4 2007 June 4, 2007 ACTION Jim Mudd, County Manager Collier County Govemment Complex 3301 Tamiami Trail East Naples, FL Dear Jim, Thank you for taking the opportunity to meet with me and discuss the needs for additional Baker Act beds in Collier County. As you know, David Lawrence Center operates the only Public Baker Act Receiving Facility in the county and we have been over crowded approximately 70% of the time. Baker Act services are funded through a combination of state funds from the Department of Children and Families Services, client fees, donations, and support from local counties. The Center has had limited success in attracting new state dollars so that we can expand and add additional Baker Act beds. Baker Act services are an essential part of the health, safety and criminal justice safety net for individuals in our community who pose a danger to themselves or others because of a major mental illness. Not having adequate beds results in individuals being backed up in local emergency rooms, being incarcerated and the inability to divert the mentally ill from the criminal justice system. The solution is to expand the public Baker Act Receiving Facility capacity and David Lawrence Center has a plan to do that by adding 10 additional adult beds, as well as crisis intervention staff to implement crisis intervention services. The Center will continue to lobby and solicit support from the Department of Children and Families Services but it is imperative that we receive additional Collier County assistance if we are to continue this important community services. The Center's ability to function is at risk and our ability to expand is next to impossible without additional local support. With local support the Center will not only be able to adequately care for Collier county citizens in need of Baker Act services, but can continue to develop crisis intervention services and other important services that will divert people from the criminal justice system. David Lawrence Center has appreciated and enjoyed support from Collier County and believes that these are dollars that are well invested. The Center is formally requesting additional support so that we can move forward with plans to expand the Baker Act Receiving Facility. Each new DAVID LAWRENCE CENTER & FOUNDATION 6075 Golden Gate Parkw-ay, Naples, Florida 34116 . voice (239) 455-8500 fax (239) 455-6561 . www.davidlawrencecenter.org 24 /- -<Il.~ ~ Baker Act bed costs approximately $150,000 a year to operate. The State of Florida reimburses us up to a fixed amount approximately $400 a day for Baker Act services. Unfortunately, they only fund a portion of our available beds. The Center is requesting that Collier County increase their current contribution by $ 1,200,000 so that we can move forward with adequately funding Baker Act services and conduct the necessary expansion that the Collier County community needs. We will continue to seek state support for the balance of our expansion. Thanks for your consideration, as usual we stand ready to answer any additional questions and are prepared to provide additional financial analysis upon request. Sincerely, ~Itue l David C. Schimmel, CEO ':'- DAVID lWRENCE Res to ring & Rebfsi lding Lives --_.__."~....,-'-- -,_.,~~ OS/21/2007 17:12 2392131033 CITY MANAGERS OFFICE PAGE 01/04 ;':-;~'".' ,'. ~ PI. "":- '..ml1<r.'.... ./~ - "... 'b.. ~11C ,~.. ~~ ,.: ~(. (-. 1-.' ',/ "? "" ,,' ~& 0 '~d;; OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER TELEPHONE (239) 213-1030. FACSIMILE (239) 213-1033 735 EIGIlTH STREET SOUTH . NAPLES, FL~IOA 34102-6796 Mr. James V. Mudd, County Manager Collier County Florida 330] East Tamiami Tl'ail Naples, FL 34112 Subject: Fleischman Park Renovations and Opel'ati.ng Costs Dear Mr. Mudd: On behalf of Dr. Lee, this is in response to your letter dated May 17, 2007 in which you requested a breakdown of the operating cost amount along with the rationale for the request as soon as possible. Therefore, please find the attached memorandum with the amount requested, the rationale for the amount being requested and the tabulation for the percentage of County residents using the facilities from Mr. Dave Lykins. Director of Community Services. As you will note, the operating cost totals $1,497,659 and the park revenue is projected at $686,300 for the 2006-07 fiscal year. The percentage of use for Collier County is 61 % and the City of Naples is 39%. Consequently, 61% of the operating cost is $913,572, but the County would be credited 61% ofthe revenue generated and this equates to $418.643. Therefore, our request is for 5494.929. which is $913,572 less $418,643. Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter. Sincerely, ekrd#5T Chet L. Hunt Assistant City Manager Cc: Dr. Robert E, Lee, City Manager (I';/: .. />" /" G-/fi'~) n,(~'r; n:t'l ("/.;.<r:: r.. ~:h;~;,~~ ~'r/k~4) 9;r; ~~f?~. ({;~f7h~ ,fi. ~/l//f';'/,~,~ '*- 26 OS/21/2007 17:12 2392131033 CITY MANAGERS OFFICE PAGE 02/04 Community SelVices Department TO: FROM: DATE: SUBJECT: Chet Hunt, Assistant City Manager David M. Lykins, Community Services Director May 21, 2007 Fleischmann Park Program Participation The 2006-070perational Budget for Fleischmann Park is as follows: Fleischmann Park/Center Fleischmann Skatepark Fleischmann Athletics Total $ 868,965 $ 336,502 $ 292.192 $1,497,659 Fleischmann Park Revenue was projected to generate approximately $686,300 which was the estimated revenue for the 2006-07 fiscal year budget The City previously provided resident use participation numbers to the County for Capital Improvement funding for Fleischmann Park. The partiCipation numbers were based on a percentage of approximately 61% County resident participation. Based on this level of participation and to insure consistency in both requests. a 61% County resident participation would amount to a total operational budget funding request consideration of $913,572.00 presuming a same or similar level of programming and staffing services for the 2007-08 fiscal year (excluding annuali4ed Iaborlbenefit cost increases). Presuming 61 % of the projected revenue is attributable to non-City participation, this would amount to a correlating $418,643 in non-City participation generated revenue. Based on this presumption, the revlsed expense for non-City participation would equal $494,929. I have attached the breakout of program use for this facility that should accompany this memo. Please let me know if any additional information is necessary at this time. Attachment: Fleischmann Park 2006 Participant Usage Report r:.t' ,. 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"" I"" m(') ~~ ::J:o Ii z~ if)! ;Ill; 29 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 6.324,100 3,928,700 3.687,700 290,900 3,978,600 (37.1%) Operating Expense 488,867 1,936,400 1,662,400 1,845,000 1,845,000 (4.7%) Capital Outlay 212.500 172,200 256,900 256.900 20.9% Net Operating Budget 488,867 8,473,000 5,763,300 5,789,600 290,900 6,080,500 (28.2%) Trans to General Fund 17.581,600 25,000,000 20,000.000 20,000,000 13.8% Total Budget 488,867 26,054,600 30,763,300 25,789,600 290,900 26,080,500 0.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Administration & Internal Audit (011) 1,058.800 591.200 429,900 33,100 463,000 (56.3%) Clerk Of County Courts (011) 123.600 109,300 147,100 147,100 19.0% Clerk To The Board (011) 3.191,700 3,134,100 3,484.500 190.800 3.675.300 15.2% Clerk To The Circuit Court (011) 166.300 74.500 157.700 157,700 (5.2%) COC. Expenses Paid By The BCC (001) 488,867 567,200 646,300 656,500 656.500 15.7% Management Information Systems MIS 1,434,700 1,207,900 913,900 67,000 980,900 (31.6%) (011) Recording (011) 1,930,700 (100.0%) Total Net Budget 488,867 8,473,000 5,763,300 5,789,600 290,900 6,080,500 (28.2%) Total Transfers and Reserves 17,581,600 25,000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000 13.8% Total Budget 488,867 26,054,600 30,763,300 25,789,600 290,900 26,080,500 0.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 6.251.800 (100.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 300 (100.0%) Interest/Mise 15,190.400 25.000,000 21,052,600 21.052.600 38.6% Trans frm BCC-In Lieu of Trans 5,117.000 5,117,000 (100.0%) Net Cost General Fund 488,867 567,200 646,300 656,500 656,500 15.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,072,100) (1,052.600) (1.052.600) (1.8%) Total Funding 488,867 26,054,600 30,763,300 20,656,500 20,656,500 (20.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Clerk To The Board (011) 39.00 40.00 41.00 40.00 2.00 42.00 5.0% Clerk To The Circuit Court (011) 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0% Clerk Of County Courts (011) 0.00 na Recording (011) 30.19 30.19 30.19 30.19 30.19 0% Administration & Internal Audit (011) 9.89 9.89 10.21 10.33 0.32 10.65 7.7% Management Information Systems MIS 11.35 12.35 12.35 10.71 0.35 11.06 (10.4%) (011) Total HE 91.43 93.43 94.75 92.23 2.67 94.90 1.6% Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 30 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Clerk To The Board (011) Mission Statement To pre-audit all accounting and finance related transactions of the Board of County Commissioners to ensure compliance with laws, ordinances, resolutions, and adopted policies; to account for all Board transactions in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles; to safe.guard all County funds; to advise the Board of County Commissioners on finance and accounting matters and to maintain the Bee minutes and records. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Finance and Accounting 36.00 2,911,000 2,911,000 To enhance reporting of relevant financial information to managers, elected officials, and the general public on a timely basis. To further develop accounting pOlicies and procedures regarding internal controls for cash receipts. cash disbursements, tangible personal property, etc. Minutes and Records 4.00 573,500 573,500 Maintenance of BCe minutes and records. Current Level of Service Budget 40.00 3,484,500 3,484,500 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Office Assistant and Treasury Accountant 2.00 190,800 190,800 Expanded Services Budget 2.00 190,800 190,800 Total Proposed Budget 42.00 3,675,300 3,675,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,815.100 2.708.400 2.917,500 190,800 3,108,300 10.4% Operating Expense 367,800 417,200 558,500 558,500 51.8% Capital Outlay 8,800 8,500 8,500 8.500 (3.4%) Net Operating Budget 3,191,700 3,134,100 3,484,500 190,800 3,675,300 15.2% Total Budget 3,191,700 3,134,100 3,484,500 190,800 3,675,300 15.2% Total FTE 39.00 40.00 41.00 40.00 2.00 42.00 5.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 51,500 (100.0%) Total Funding 51,500 (100.0%) Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 31 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts This budget includes the Finance and Accounting and Board Minutes and Records Departments. A comparison of this department's funding sources for FY 07 and FY 08 is as follows: Source General Fund Transfer FY 07 $3,086,700 FY 08 Current $3,484,500 FY 08 Expanded $190,800 Current FY 07/08 - Budgeted operating expenses increased $190,700. Principai increases within Finance inciude travel and expenses - $25,000; telephone expenses - $11,000; leased equipment - $17,800: office supplies - $9,000; and books and publications - $5,000. There is also a $t 15,000 in contracted services within Minutes and Records. Budgeted capitai outlay includes replacement computer equipment - $6,000 and office equipment _ $2,500. Expanded FY 07/08 - There is funding requested for an Office Assistant position and for a Fixed Asset Accountant added during FY07. Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 32 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Clerk To The Circuit Court (011) Mission Statement To perform the constitutional and statutory duties of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in maintaining Court Records and in providing responsible service to the judiciary, the legal community, and the public. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary T olal FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Circuit Civil 63,400 63,400 Circuit Felony 32,700 32,700 SAVE 1.00 Jury 24,000 24,000 Circuit Probate 25,700 25,700 Circuit Juvenile 11,900 11,900 Current Level of Service Budget 1.00 157,700 157,700 Total Proposed Budget 1.00 157,700 157,700 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 62,600 (100.0%) -> '1perating Expense 103,200 74,500 129,900 129,900 25.9% ;apital Outlay 500 27.800 27,800 5,460.0% Net Operating Budget 166,300 74,500 157,700 157,700 (5.2%) Total Budget 166,300 74,500 157,700 157,700 (5.2%) Total FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0% FY 2007 FY 2007 Adopted Forecast 5.800 5,800 FY 2008 Current FY 2008 Expanded FY 2008 Proposed FY 2008 Change (100.0%) (100.0%) FY 2006 Program Funding Sources Actual Charges For Services Total Funding This budget reflects the Circuit Court Civil, Feiony, Probate, Juvenile and the SAVE (Support, Alimony, Visitation and Enforcement) Program. A comparison of the activity's funding sources for FY 07 and FY 08 is as follows: Source Clerk Fees General Fund Transfer FY07 $66,200 $100,tOO FY 08 Current $0 $157,700 Current FY 07/08 - The increase in budgeted operating expenses is primarily for computer software - $19, tOO and office furniture/equipment $6,100 in the Circuit Civil section. Budgeted capital outlay is for replacement office furniture - $27,800. Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 33 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Clerk Of County Courts (011) Mission Statement To perform the constitutional and statutory duties of the Clerk of the County Court in maintaining Court records and in providing responsible service to the judiciary, the legal community, and the public. FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Current Level of SelVice Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues 46,400 41,600 36,000 t6,100 7,000 t47,tOO 147,100 FY 2008 Net Cost 46,400 41,600 36,000 16,100 7,000 147,100 147,100 County Satellite Offices County Misdemeanor County Civil/Small Claims County Traffic Misdemeanor Collections FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 123,600 109,300 139,300 139.300 12.7% Capital Outlay 7,800 7,800 na Net Operating Budget 123,600 109,300 147,100 147,100 19.0% Total Budget 123,600 109,300 147,100 147,100 19.0% Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change 5&'. Total Funding 5&'. This budget reflects the County Court Satellite Offices, Misdemeanor, County Civil, County Traffic, and County Misdemeanor Collections. A comparison of the activity's funding sources for FY 07 and FY 08 is as follows: Source Clerk Fees General Fund Transfer FY07 $0 $123,600 FY 08 Current $0 $147.100 Current FY 07/0B - The principal increases in operating expenses is for computer software _ $10.900, and office equipment (purChase and lease) - $4,600 in the County Civil section. Budgeted capital outlay is for replacement office furniture _ $7,BOO. Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 34 , Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Recording (011) Mission Statement To provide a systematic approach to controlling all phases of records life, to reduce paperwork proliferation, to provide efficient access to needed information, to dispose of obsolete records, to provide documentation of compliance with laws, ordinances, and other regulations, and to maintain historical records. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE 30.19 FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Recording To provide on-line computer programs to land records by title companies, realtors, attomeys, and others. To continue to pursue conversion from microfilm to optical storage and retrieval records. Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget 30.19 30.19 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,707,500 (100.0%) Operating Expense 223,200 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 1,930,700 (100.0%) Total Budget 1,930,700 (tOO.O%) Total FTE 30.19 30.19 30.19 30.t9 30.19 0% Program Funding Sources Charges For Services FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted 6,136,100 6,136,100 FY 2007 Forecast FY 2008 Current FY 2008 Expanded FY 2008 Proposed FY 2008 Change (100.0%) (100.0%) Total Funding A comparison of this activity's funding sources for FY 07 and FY 08 is as follows: Source Clerk Fees Total FY07 $t ,930,700 $1,930,700 FY08 The Clerk's budget submission of May 1, 2007 did not include appropriations for Recording as this is funded with Clerk fees. Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 35 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Administration & Internal Audit (011) Mission Statement To efficiently and effectively manage and direct the performance of the Clerk to the Board and the Clerk to the Courts legal and constitutional duties. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Clerk's Administration t.62 83,200 21,052,600 -20,969,400 Clerk's Accounting t.94 67,600 67,600 Internal Audit 4.t7 186,800 t 86,800 Records Management 2.60 92,300 92,300 Current Level of Service Budget 10.33 429,900 21,052,600 -20,622,700 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Community Outreach Director 0.32 33,100 33,tOO Expanded Services Budget 0.32 33,100 33,tOO Total Proposed Budget 10.65 463,000 21,052,600 -20,589,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 857,000 492,000 349,800 33.100 382,900 (55.3%) Operating Expense 192,400 96,200 77.100 77.100 (59.9%) Capital Outlay 9,400 3.000 3,000 3,000 (68.1%) Net Operating Budget 1,058,800 591,200 429,900 33,100 463,000 (56.3%) Total Budget 1,058,800 591,200 429,900 33,100 463,000 (56.3%) Total FTE 9.89 9.89 10.21 10.33 0.32 10.65 7.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 51.500 (100.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 300 (100.0%) Interest/Mise 15,190,400 25.000.000 21,052,600 21,052,600 38.6% Total Funding 15,242,200 25,000,000 21,052,600 21,052,600 38.1% Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials.Constitutional Officer 36 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts This budget includes the Administrative Offices of the Clerk's operations including Purchasing and Human Resources, along with the Internal Audit Department and the Clerk's Bookkeeping function. A comparison of this activity's funding sources for FY 07 and FY 08 is as follows: Source Clerk Fees General Fund Transfer FY 07 $291,700 $664,200 FY08 FY 08 Expanded $0 $33,100 $0 $429,900 Total $1,058,800 $429,900 $33,100 Current FY 07/08 - The net decrease in operating expenses is due to the Clerk's May 1, 2007 budget submission only reflecting costs with funding requested from the General Fund Operating expenses reflect an increase of $24,800 (t4.8%). Budgeted capital outlay of $3,000 is for replacement equipment Expanded FY 07/08 _ There is $33,100 requested for a pro-rata share of expenses for a Community Outreach Director position added in FY 07. The position provides ongoing website information and public training and education. Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 37 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Management Information Systems MIS (011) Mission Statement To provide data processing software, hardware and administrative support to the Board of County Commissioners and its staff, the Clerk of the Circuit Court, the Supervisor of Elections and the Judiciary. FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 881,900 728,300 420,400 67,000 487,400 (44.7%) Operating Expense 359.000 318,900 283,700 283.700 (21.0%) Capital Outlay 193,800 160,700 209,800 209,800 8.3% Net Operating Budget 1,434,700 1,207,900 913,900 67,000 980,900 (31.6%) Total Budget 1,434,700 1,207,900 913,900 67,000 980,900 (31.6%) T olal FTE 11.35 12.35 12.35 10.71 0.35 11.06 (10.4%) Program Summary Management Information Systems To provide cost~effective and reliable communications support for user departments to investigate and develop a functional distributed long-range plan. Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE to.71 to.71 Program Enhancements System Support Analyst FY 2008 Total FTE 0.35 0.35 11.06 Expanded Services Budget Total Proposed Budget Program Funding Sources Charges For Services FY 2006 Actual FY 2008 Current FY 2007 FY 2007 Adopted Forecast 6,900 6,900 Total Funding A comparison of this departmenl"s funding sources for FY 07 and FY 08 is as follows: Source Clerk Fees General Fund Transfer FY07 $236,500 $1,198,200 FY 08 Current $0 $913,900 FY 08 Expanded $0 $67,000 Total $1,434.700 $913,900 $67,000 Forecast FY 06/07 - The principal increase in forecast operating expenses is for data processing equipment _ $16,500. FY 2008 Budget 9t 3,900 FY 2008 Reven ues FY 2008 Net Cost 9t 3,900 9t 3,900 FY 2008 Net Cost 67,000 67,000 980,900 FY 2008 Change (100.0%) (100.0%) Current FY 07/08 - Budgeted capital outiay includes $109,800 for routine replacement data processing equipment, $50,000 for software and $50,000 in office furniture. 38 9t3,900 Expanded FY 07/08 - There is a pro-rata share of a System Support Analyst position budgeted in FY 08 at a cost of $67,000. FY 2008 Budget 67,000 67,000 980,900 FY 2008 Revenues Fiscal Year 2008 FY 2008 Expanded FY 2008 Proposed Ejected Officials-Constitutional Officer Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Public Records Modernization Trust (197) Mission Statement FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues 20,000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000 FY 2008 Net Cost 20,000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000 N/A Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans to General Fund 17,581,600 25.000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000 13.8% Total Budget 17,581,600 25,000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000 13.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans frm BeG-In Lieu of Trans 5.117,000 5,117.000 (100.0%) Total Funding 5,117,000 5, t 17,000 (100.0%) Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 39 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts COC . Expenses Paid By The BCC (001) Mission Statement N/A FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues 656,500 656,500 656,500 FY 2008 Net Cost 656,500 656,500 656,500 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 488.867 567.200 646,300 656.500 656.500 15.7% Net Operating Budget 488,867 567,200 646,300 656,500 656,500 15.7% Total Budget 488,867 567,200 646,300 656,500 656,500 15.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 488,867 567,200 646.300 656,500 656,500 15.7% Total Funding 488,867 567,200 646,300 656,500 656,500 15.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer 40 , Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Constitutional Officer Clerk Of Courts Clerk Of Courts (011) Mission Statement FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Reven ues Net Cost N/A -1,052,600 1,052,600 Current Level of Service Budget -1,052,600 1,052,600 Total Proposed Budget -1,052,600 1,052,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change S&,o S&'o Total Budget S,y, FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,072,100) (1,052,600) (1.052,600) (1.8%) Total Funding (1,072,100) (1,052,600) (1,052,600) (1.8%) Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officjars~Constitutional Officer 41 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Related Agencies Organizational Chart Total Full.Time Equivalents (FTE) = 38.60 Court Administration Total Full.Time Equivalents (FTE) = 38.60 Circuit & County Court Judges Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 Public Defender Total Full.Time Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 State Attorney Total Full.Time Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 Juvenile Assessment Center Total FulHime Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 Court Related Technology Total FulHime Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 2 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies The Court Related Agencies include departments that provide judicial operations for both Circuit and County Courts and Programs. The departments include Court Administration, Parole and Probation, facility and operation costs for the State Attorney's Office, Public Defender, Court Reporter, Circuit and County Judges, and costs of Court-appointed attorneys and expert witnesses ordered by the Circuit and County Court Judges. Also included are the Public Guardianship Program, the Drug Abuse Trust Fund, the Teen Court Program, and the Juvenile Assessment Center. The total operating budget for FY OS is $5,014,800. Court costs are funded with ad valorem taxes, court cost fees, surcharges on traffic violations, and probation fees. The County is mandated by Section 14, Article V of the State Constitution to fund the following costs of the circuit and county courts, public defender's offices, state attorney's offices, guardian ad litem offices, and the offices of the clerk of the circuit and county courts performing court-related functions. 1. Facilities - construction, lease, maintenance, and security of: buildings and office space, appurtenant equipment and furnishings, structures, real estate, easements, and parking facilities. 2. Utilities - electricity, gas, water and wastewater services and systems, stormwater services and systems, sewer services and systems, all associated costs and fees, and mitigation of environmental impacts. 3. Communication services - telephone system infrastructure, maintenance, facsimile equipment, wireless communications, cellular telephones, pagers, video teleconferencing equipment and line charges, local carrier service, and local and long distance toll charges. 4. Computer network systems and equipment - computer hardware and software, modems, printers, wiring, network connections, maintenance, support staff or services, training, supplies, and line charges. 5. Courier messenger and subpoena services. 6. Auxiliary aids and services which are necessary to ensure access to the courts for qualified Individuals with a disability. Ordinance 04-43 adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on June 22, 2004 as authorized by s. 318.18(13)(a) F.S., provides for a $15 surcharge for those non-criminal traffic infractions set forth In Chapter 31S, Florida Statutes, and certain criminal violations enumerated in Section 318.17, Florida Statutes, will provide the County with an estimated $1,161,000 in revenue for FY 08. This revenue is designated for capital improvements. Ordinance 04-42, adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on June 22, 2004 as authorized by s. 939.185 F.S., provides for a $65 court cost fee when a person pleads guilty or nolo contendere to, or found guilty of, any felony, misdemeanor, or criminal traffic offense under the laws of the State of Florida, will provide the County with an estimated $833,100 in revenue for FY OS. This revenue will be divided equally among four (4) court related programs: Innovative court programs, Juvenile Programs (Teen Court and Juvenile Assessment Center), Law Library, and Legal Aid. Total FTE's increased by 2.10 during the 07 FY. On December 12, 2006, the Board of County Commissioners approved a Magistrate Position, a Case Manager Position and Increased an existing .5 FTE position to a .6 FTE. A major change in the Court Related Agencies budget this year is the shift of some IT related costs for software and hardware directly to Fund 178, Court Related Technology. This fund records the $2 per page service charge collected for recording documents or instruments as listed in s. 28.222 F.S. A consortium has been formed among the five counties in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit for pooling resources and administering cost-sharing. A budget has been proposed by CJIS (Criminal Justice Information Services) in the amount of $2,125,300 District Wide. Collier County has been allocated $450,300 of this total budget for the current FY 08. The affect of this was to reduce operating and capital costs in Court Administration. Public Defender and State Attornev deDartments. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 3 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY20D8 Division Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,799,193 2,108,700 2,074,100 2,409,300 2,409,300 14.3% Operating Expense 1,291,800 1,934,400 1,822,200 2,213,000 2,213,000 14.4% Indirect Cost Reimburs 7,500 7,500 6,300 6,300 (16.0%) Capital Outlay 213,138 439,100 337,500 323,500 323,500 (26.3%) Remittances 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 0% Total Net Budget 3,304,131 4,492,700 4,244,300 4,955,100 4,955,100 10.3% Trans to Clerk Of Courts 2,100,000 1,099,400 603,500 167,200 167,200 (84.8%) Trans to General Fund 758,791 351,400 371,200 271,400 271,400 (22.8%) Trans to 192 Misc FI St Collection Fd 164,182 249,700 249,700 236,500 236,500 (5.3%) Trans 10 681 Court Serv Fds 371,900 531,800 449,400 398,800 398,800 (25.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 840,100 236,400 236,400 (71.9%) Reserves For Capital 476,500 476,500 o. Total Budget 6,699,004 7,565,100 5,918,100 6,741,900 6,741,900 (10.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Department Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Court Administration 2,701,364 3,478,800 3,248,600 3,610,100 3,610,100 3.8% Circuit & County Court Judges 57,626 156,000 144,200 129,900 129,900 (16.7%) Public Defender 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) State Attorney 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Juvenile Assessment Center 300 300 200 200 (33.3%) Court Related Technology 1,200 1,200 452,300 452,300 37,591.7% Total Net Budget 3,304,131 4,492,700 4,244,300 4,955,100 4,955,100 10.3% Court Administration 768,073 762,300 249,700 413,300 413,300 (45.8%) Juvenile Assessment Center 100,000 99,400 103,500 98,700 98,700 (0.7%) Court Related T echnofogy 2,526,800 2,210,700 1,320,600 1,274,800 1,274,800 (42.3%) Total Transfers and Reserves 3,394,873 3,072,400 1,673,800 1,786,800 1,786,800 (41.8%) Total Budget 6.699,004 7,565,100 5,918,100 6,741,900 6,741,900 (10.9%) Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 4 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Division Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 1,884,711 2,370,000 1,637,300 1,710,900 1,710,900 (27.8%) Fines & Forfeitures 3,044,897 1,962,500 2,385,100 2,091,800 2,091,800 6.6% Miscellaneous Revenues n' Interest/Misc 6,347 1,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 100.0% Net Cost General Fund (1,060,685) 1,012,400 994,200 892,500 892,500 (11.8%) Trans 1m 001 Gen Fund 1,582,700 663,400 142,400 767,600 767,600 15.7% Trans 1m 171 Teen Court Fd 36,851 105,000 105,000 127,000 127,000 21.0% Trans 1m 178 Court IT Fee Fd 371,900 531,800 449,400 398,800 398,800 (25.0%) Trans 1m 640 law library 127,331 144,700 144,700 109,500 109,500 (24.3%) Carry Forward 988,000 888,400 831,400 831,400 (15.9%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (214,200) (190,600) (190,600) (11.0%) Total Funding 5,994,051 7,565,100 6,749,500 6,741,900 6,741,900 (10.9%) FY2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Court Administration 34.50 36.50 38.60 38.60 38.60 5.8% Circuit & County Court Judges na Public Defender "' State Attomey "' Juvenile Assessment Center "' Court Related Technology na Total FTE 34.50 36.50 38.60 38.60 38.60 5.8% Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 5 6 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,799,193 2,108,700 2,074,100 2,409,300 2,409,300 14.3% Operating Expense 768,514 1,112,700 982,000 959,800 959,800 (13.7%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 6,000 6,000 4,100 4,100 (31.7%) Capital Outlay 133,658 248,400 183,500 233,900 233,900 (5.8%) Remittances 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 0% Net Operating Budget 2,701,364 3,478,800 3,248,600 3,610,100 3,610,100 3.8% Trans to Genera! Fund 603,891 0. Trans to 192 Mise FI St Collection Fd 164,182 249,700 249,700 236,500 236,500 (5.3%) Reserves For Contingencies 512,600 176,800 176,800 (65.5%) Total Budget 3,469,438 4,241,100 3,498,300 4,023,400 4,023,400 (5.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Court Innovations (192) 216,690 445,000 502,900 677,900 677,900 52.3% Court Operations (681) 716,246 1,105,300 982,000 960,700 960,700 (13.1%) Court Related Costs (681) 29,560 82,700 24,500 25,000 25,000 (69.8%) Law library Fund (640) 78,981 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 0% Parole & Probation (681) 1,593,951 1,671,600 1,565,700 1,771,500 1,771,500 60% Teen Court Fund (171) 65,936 84,200 83,500 85,000 85,000 1.0% Total Net Budget 2,701,364 3,478,800 3,248,600 3,610,100 3,610,100 3.8% Total Transfers and Reserves 768,073 762,300 249,700 413,300 413,300 (45,8%1 Total Budget 3,469,438 4,241,100 3,498,300 4,023,400 4,023,400 (5.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 201,130 420,000 206,300 208,300 208,300 (50.4%) Fines & Fortellures 2,944,332 1,857,500 2,282,000 1,987,600 1,987,600 7.0% Miscellaneous Revenues 0. Interest/Mise 6,651 1,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 100.0% Net Cost General Fund (1,663,452) 0. Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 1,582,700 663,400 142,400 767,600 767,600 15.7% Trans fm 171 Teen Court Fd 36,851 105,000 105,000 127,000 127,000 21.0% Trans fm 178 Court IT Fee Fd 371,900 531,800 449,400 398,800 398,800 (25.0%) Trans fm 640 law library 127,331 144,700 144,700 109,500 109,500 (24.3%) Carry Forward 631,100 697,200 531,700 531,700 (15.8%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (113,900) (110,100) (110,100) (3.3%) Total Funding 3,607,443 4,241,100 4,030,000 4,023,400 4,023,400 (5.1%) FY2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Court Operations (681) 5.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 0% Parole & Probation (681) 27.00 26.00 26,00 26.00 26.00 0% Court Innovations (192) 1.00 4.50 6.60 6.60 6.60 46.7% Teen Court Fund (171) 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0% Total FTE 34.50 36.50 38.60 38.60 38.60 5.8% Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 7 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Court Operations (681) Mission Statement To provide effective and efficient services to the Judiciary and all those involved in the Court System in Collier County. Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead Court Administration staff is required to properly administer all courtroom operations, To maIntain current levels of service to the citizens of Collier County, the Administrative Judge needs to maintain clerical staff to assist in courtroom operations and work with county and circuit departments on court related issues. This includes, but is not limited to: courtroom operations, building maintenance, BCC and budget issues, purchasing and finance issues, and some court costs. Court costs include Court Reporter costs, Court Aooointed Attornev costs. and exoert and reoular witness costs. FY 2008 Total FTE 4.00 FY 2008 Budget 582,900 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 582,900 Court Technology Costs Provide information technology support for the court system in Collier County. Personnel and operating expenses are covered by the County as provided by ArticleV. Court Related Programs These programs include the Citizen's Foster Care Review Panel, which orovides a valuable service to the Juvenile/Familv Law area. 1.00 375,800 375,800 2,000 2,000 Current Level of Service Budget 5.00 960,700 960,700 Total Proposed Budget 5.00 960,700 960,700 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 272,596 268,300 257,100 278,300 278,300 3.7% Operating Expense 343,102 598,600 545,400 477,400 477,400 (20.2%) Capital Outlay 100,548 238,400 179,500 205,000 205,000 (14,0%) Net Operating Budget 716,246 1,105,300 982,000 960,700 960,700 (13.1%) Total Budget 716,246 1,105,300 982,000 960,700 960,700 (13.1%) Total HE 5.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 978,996 na Total Funding 978,996 na Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 8 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal Services is $11,200 below budget due to a vacancy in the department for part of the year. Operating expenses are $53,200 lower than the adopted budget because there was a planned equipment lease that will not take place during the year, saving $25,000. Other small operational savings were $9,000 in contractual services, $6,000 in data processing repairs and maintenance and $6,000 in office supplies and computer software. Capital Outlay will be $58,900 below budget due to the postponement of purchasing some major software as well as some small savings in audio visual and data processing equipment. Current FY 07/08 - Operating Expenses are $121,200 lower than the FY 07 adopted budget due to costs of software and other shared costs being shifted out of Court Operations and budgeted directly in the Court Technology Fund (178) as part of the CJIS (Criminal Justice Information Services) District-wide cost sharing budget. The total costs budgeted directly in Fund (178) were $30,000. Additionally, there was a budgeted shared cost contribution of $142,000 in the prior year. These shared costs are now budgeted directly in the Court Technology Fund (178). Capital Outlay consists of the following: $10,000 for a Courtsmart Room, general building improvements $15,000, replacement office furniture and equipment - $10,000, audio equipment - $10,000; replacement data processing equipment - $135,000 and software at $25,000. The transfer of $375,800 described below from the Court Related Technology Fund (178) will pay for $188,000 of these capital costs. Note 1: The Court Administration Fund (681) is budgeted to receive a total transfer of $398,800. Of this transfer, $375,800 is allocated to Court Administration for reimbursement of IT expenses incurred. The total transfer amount of $398,800 is located on the Court Administration Summary page 7. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 9 10 Collier County Government F,scal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Court Related Costs (681) Mission Statement Provide funding for court related costs mandated by the State of Florida. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 25,000 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Mandated Court Costs Provide funding for mandated court costs 25,000 Current Level of Service Budget 25,000 25,000 Total Proposed Budget 25,000 25,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 29,560 82,700 24,500 25,000 25,000 (69.8%) Net Operating Budget 29,560 82,700 24,500 26,000 25,000 (69.8%) Total Budget 29,560 82,700 24,500 25,000 25,000 (69.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues oa Total Funding oa Forecast FY 06/07 - Operating expenses for court costs are $58,200 less than budgeted due to a continued decrease in the number of cases that began prior to July 1, 2004 as a result of the Article V implementation in FY 05, which shifted most of the Court costs to the State of Florida. Current FY 07/08 - The FY 08 budget is based upon the substantially reduced forecast for FY 06/07 due to Article V implementation as discussed above. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 11 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Parole & Probation (681) Mission Statement To provide quality rehabilitative supervision and direction to all defendants placed on probation seeing that they comply with court imposed sanctions and conform to social norms, to effectively maintain a large case load and serve the judiciary, and abide by established case law and Florida Statutes in the performance of duties. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 23.00 1,623,500 1,674,600 -51,100 Provide supervision to sentenced misdemeanor defendants placed on probation, induding court ordered intensive supervision in the community, maintenance of a Community Service Program, and monitoring offender compliance with public service placements. Arrest and/or issue warrants on probation violators. Monitor collection and distribution of restitution payments bv court ordered orobationers to victims Support Services 3.00 148,000 148,000 Provjde minimal phone coverage, customer service and technical support to Naples and Immokalee offices, necessary to handle rising and more complex caseloads Current Level of Service Budget 26.00 1,771,500 1,674,600 96,900 Total Proposed Budget 26.00 1,771,500 1,674,600 96,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Average Cases Supervised Monthly 2,600 3,200 2.500 2,500 Cases on Supervised Probation 5,600 7,000 5,700 6,000 Warrants Issued (Annual) 3,100 3,200 2,700 2,700 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,438,852 1,523,600 1,443,000 1,578,600 1,578,600 3.6% Operating Expense 121,989 138,000 118,700 164,000 164,000 18.8% Capital Outlay 33,110 10,000 4,000 28,900 28,900 189.0% Net Operating Budget 1,593,951 1,671,600 1,565,700 1,771,500 1,771,500 6.0% Total Budget 1,593,951 1,671,600 1,565,700 1,771,500 1,771,500 6.0% Total HE 27.00 26.00 26.00 26.00 26.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 1,663,452 1,752,000 1,972,200 1,674,600 1,674,600 (4.4%) Net Cost General Fund (1,663,452) 0. Total Funding 1,752,000 1,972,200 1,674,600 1,674,600 (4.4%) Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 12 I Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal Services is $80,600 less than budgeted due to various vacancies throughout the year. Operating expenses are $19,300 less than budgeted mainly due to savings in fleet charges. The department has not been using the services at the same level as in the past. Capital outlay will be $6,000 less as some budgeted data processing equipment purchases will not be occurring in FY 07. Revenue FY 06/07 - Projected FY 07 Probation Department revenue is $220,200 over the adopted budget. In January of 2007, we received Deferred Prosecution fees of $280,100 covering the period of June, 2003 through September 2006. Actual probation fees are down $159,900 from the adopted budget as they reflect an average of 200 fewer probationers per month during the current fiscal year. Current FY 07/08. The principal increase in operating expenses is $19,900 in allocated property insurance to this department. Capital Outlay consists of a replacement Ford Taurus -$18,900 and replacement computers - $10,000. Revenues FY 07/08 - Budgeted revenues are based upon the lower projected number of probationers. This results in a decrease of $77,400 as compared to the adopted FY 07 budget. Note 1: The Court Administration Fund (681) is budgeted to receive a total transfer of $398,800. Of this transfer, $23,000 is allocated to Parole and Probation for reimbursement of IT expenses incurred. The total transfer amount of $398,800 is located on the Court Administration Summary page 7. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 13 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Court Innovations (192) Mission Statement Provide guardianship services to indigent, incapacitated adults. Provide staff attorney support. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Guardianship Services 195.000 208,300 -13,300 Through a contract, guardianship services are provided to incapacitated, nd aent adult . Staff Attorney 2.00 105,700 105,700 Staff Attorney support Pre-Trial Services 3.00 272,100 272,100 Supervised Offender Release 1.00 62,100 62,100 Dependency Court 0.60 43,000 43,000 ReserveslTransfers 117,000 586,600 -469,600 Current Level of Service Budget 6.60 794,900 794,900 Total Proposed Budget 6.60 794,900 794,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 24,031 249,000 306,900 481,900 481,900 93.5% Operating Expense 192,659 196,000 196,000 196,000 196,000 0% Net Operating Budget 216,690 445,000 502,900 677,900 677,900 52.3% Reserves For Contingencies 426,200 117.000 117,000 (72.5%) Total Budget 216,690 871,200 502,900 794,900 794,900 (8.8%) Total FTE 1.00 4.50 6.60 6.60 6.60 46.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 210,000 (100,0%) Fines & Forfeitures 201.130 206,200 208,300 208,300 oa Interest/Mise (886) oa Trans fm 171 Teen Court Fd 36,851 105,000 105,000 127,000 127,000 21.0% Trans fm 640 Law Library 127,331 144,700 144,700 109,500 109,500 (24.3%) Carry Forward 422,000 407,600 360,600 360,600 (14.5%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (10,500) (10,500) (10,500) 0% Total Funding 364,427 871,200 863,500 794,900 794,900 (8.8%) Fiscal Year Z008 Court Related Agencies 14 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast Personal Services exceed the adopted budget by $57,900. On December 12, 2006, the Board of County Commissioners approved a Magistrate Position, a Case Manager Position and increased a .5 FTE position to .6 FTE. This variance covers a partial year salary for these FTE's Revenues FY 06/07 - Forecast revenue is based upon actual collections received through March 2007. This revenue source was created effective July 1, 2004 when the Board of County Commissioners adopted Ordinance 04-42 pursuant to s. 939.185 F.S., which was part of the revision to Article V of the State Constitution. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services contain a full year salary and benefits for the additional 2.1 FTE's approved in FY 07 at a total cost of $182,100. Revenue FY 07/08 - The budget is based on the FY 07 forecast amount with approximately a 1% increase. This revenue source appears to be leveling off. Note (1): The source of this revenue is an additional court cost of $65 when a person pleads guilty or no contest or is found guilty of any felony, misdemeanor, or criminal traffic offense in Florida. Twenty-five percent (25%) of this amount is allocated to fund innovative court programs. Note (2): Collier County allows for the managing of up to 90 wards per month with this program. The State of Florida agreed to pay for up to an additional 40 wards during the 2007 FY, generating a benefit to our County of $90,000. This agreement will continue for FY 2008. This payment is made directly to the Guardianship Office by the State agency and there are no transfers andlor revenues and expenses associated with it in our budget. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 15 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Teen Court Fund (171) Mission Statement To provide a diversionary program for first-time juvenile misdemeanor offenders and court education programs for student volunteers. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 1.00 82,000 104,200 .22,200 This program was created pursuant to Florida Statute 775.083(2)(d). The program operates with a coordinator and volunteers to provide a diversionary program for first-time juvenile misdemeanor offenders and uses peer jurors Court education oroarams for student volunteers are also orovided Scholarships 3,000 3,000 Three college scholarships in the amount of $1 ,000 each will be competitively awarded to 3 of the students who are Teen Court oarticioants ReserveslTra nsfers 178,300 159,100 19,200 Current Level of Service Budget 1.00 263,300 263,300 Total Proposed Budget 1.00 263,300 263,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Number of Adult Volunteer Hours 70 100 132 140 Number of Adult Volunteers 8 10 17 25 Number of Cases Conducted by Teen Court 73 90 105 110 Number of Cases Oedined by Teen Court 1 1 5 5 Number of Student Volunteer Hours 1,651.00 1,600.00 2,275.50 2,500.00 Number of Student Volunteers 78 65 110 130 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 63,714 67,800 67,100 70,500 70,500 4.0% Operating Expense 2,222 7,400 7,400 7,400 7,400 0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 6,000 6,000 4,100 4,100 (31.7%) Remittances 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 0% Net Operating Budget 65,936 84,200 83,500 85,000 85,000 1.0% Trans to 192 Misc FI $t Collection Fd 36,851 105,000 105,000 127,000 127,000 21.0% Reserves For Contingencies 78,200 51,300 51.300 (34.4%) Total Budget 102,787 267,400 188,500 263,300 263,300 (1.5%) Total FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0% FY2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 100.565 105,000 103,100 104,200 104,200 (0,8%) InteresVMisc 10,724 1.500 3,000 3,000 3,000 100.0% Cany Forward 166,200 243,800 161,400 161,400 (2.9%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (5,300) (5,300) (5,300) 0% Total Funding 111,289 267,400 349,900 263,300 263,300 (1.5%) Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies ]6 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Forecast FY 07 revenue is is based upon actual collections received through March 2007. This revenue source was created effective July 1, 2004 when the Board of County Commissioners adopted Ordinance 04-42 pursuant to s. 939.185 F.S., which was part of the latest revision to Article V of the State Constitution. The transfer of $1 05,000 results from the unused portion of the revenue received from the $65 court cost fee as provided for in State Statute Section 939.185 (1) (a) 4. Current FY 07108 includes a budget of three thousand dollars for college scholarships to be competitively awarded to three (3) of the Teen Court participants. The transfer of $127,000 results from the unused portion of the revenue received from the $65 court cost fee as provided for in State Statute Section 939.185 (1) (a) 4. Revenue FY 07/08 budget is based on the FY 07 forecast revenue with approximately a 1% increase as this source is leveling out. Note: The source of this revenue is an additional court cost of $65 when a person pleads guilty or no contest or is found guilty of any felony, misdemeanor, or criminal traffic offense in Florida. Twenty-five percent (25%) of this amount is allocated to fund Teen Court Programs and Juvenile Assessment Centers. Each of these juvenile programs has been allocated twelve and a half percent (12.5%) or $104,200. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 17 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Drug Abuse Trust Fund (616) Mission Statement Imposition by the courts of additional assessment against drug offenders, pursuant to F.S. 938.23 and F.S. 893.165, in an amount up to the amount of the fine imposed. Current level of Service Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 500 -500 4,000 3.500 500 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 Program Summary Drug Abuse Program Disbursement of funds to a qualified drug abuse treatment or addiction program in Collier County ReserveslTransfers Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Reserves For Contingencies 3,700 4,000 4,000 8.1% Total Budget 3,700 4,000 4,000 8.1% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 189 500 500 500 500 0% Interest/Mise (9) na Carry Forward 3,200 3,000 3,500 3,500 9.4% Total Funding 180 3,700 3,500 4,000 4,000 8.1% Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast revenue is based on historical data and actual collections to date. No remittances are forecast as no request for funding has been received by the County. Current FY 07/08 - The budgeted revenue is consistent with the actual revenue receipts over the past few years. Residual cash is budgeted in reserves. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 18 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Court Administration Law Library Fund (640) Mission Statement To provide legal materials to the legal community and the public FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Law Library 90,000 208,300 -118,300 ReservesfTransfers 114,000 -4,300 118,300 Current level of Service Budget 204,000 204,000 Total Proposed Budget 204,000 204,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 78,981 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 0% Net Operating Budget 78,981 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 0% Trans to 192 Misc Fl St Collection Fd 127,331 144,700 144,700 109,500 109,500 (24.3%) Reserves For Contingencies 4,500 4,500 4,500 0% Total Budget 206,313 239,200 234,700 204,000 204,000 (14.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 201,130 210,000 206,300 208,300 208,300 (0.8%) InterestfMisc (487) na Carry Forward 39,700 34,600 6,200 6,200 (84.4%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (10,500) (10,500) (10,500) 0% Total Funding 200,644 239,200 240,900 204,000 204,000 (14.7%) Forecast FY 06/07 transfer of $144,700 results from the unused portion of the revenue received from as provided for in State Statute Section 939.185 (1) (a) 4. Revenues FY 06107 - Forecast revenue from the $65 court cost fee is based upon actual collections received through March 2007. This revenue source was created effective July 1,2004 when the Board of County Commissioners adopted Ordinance 04-42 pursuant to s. 939.185 F.S., which was part ofthe latest revision to Article V of the State Constitution. The transfer of $1 09,500 results from the unused portion of the revenue received from the $65 court cost fee as provided for in State Statute Section 939.185 (1) (aJ 4. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 19 20 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Circuit & County Court Judges FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopt&d Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 33,938 128,500 128,200 129,900 129,900 1.1% Capital Outlay 23,689 27,500 16,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 57,626 156,000 144,200 129,900 129,900 (16.7%) Total Budget 57,626 156,000 144,200 129,900 129,900 (16.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Circuit Court Judges (001) 30,608 99,100 93,000 83,700 83,700 (15.5%) County Court Judges (001) 27,019 56,900 51,200 46,200 46,200 (18.8%) Total Net Budget 57,626 156,000 144,200 129,900 129,900 (16.7%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 57,626 156,000 144,200 129,900 129,900 (16.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services na Net Cost General Fund 57,626 156,000 144,200 129,900 129,900 (16.7%) Total Funding 57,626 156,000 144,200 129,900 129,900 (16.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Circuit Court Judges (001) 0.00 n. Total HE na Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 21 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Circuit & County Court Judges Circuit Court Judges (001) Mission Statement Judge Ellis and Judge Hayes will handle 50% of the Civil Case load each. Judge Martin will handle 100% of Probate and 33% of Family. Judge Kyle will handle 100% of Dependency. Judge Monaco and Judge Brodie will each handle 33% of Family and 50% of Delinquency. Judge Baker, Judge Hardt and judge Krier will handle 33% of Criminal and 33% of Domestic Violence each. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 83,700 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Operating Costs Counties are required to provide and maintain office space, utilities, basic communication services. and securitv for Circuit Court Judaes. Current Level of Service Budget 83,700 83,700 83,700 Total Proposed Budget 83,700 83,700 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 23,934 81,100 82,000 83,700 83,700 3.2% Capital Outlay 6,674 18,000 11,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 30,608 99,100 93,000 83,700 83,700 (15.5%) Total Budget 30,608 99,100 93,000 83,700 83,700 (15.5%) Total HE "" FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 30,608 99,100 93,000 83,700 83,700 (15.5%) Total Funding 30,608 99,100 93,000 83,700 83,700 (15.5%) Forecast FY 06/07 reflect a small savings of $6,100. The actual computer system costs for the two new Circuit Court Judges were less than anticipated. Note: The General Fund is budgeted to receive a transfer of $10,100 from the Court IT Fund (178) in FY 08 for reimbursement of IT expenses incurred by the Circuit Court Judges. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 22 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Circuit & County Court Judges County Court Judges (001) Mission Statement All County Judges will handle one sixth of Criminal and County Civil/Small Claims cases for Naples and Immokalee. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 46,200 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Operating Costs Counties are required to provide and maintain office space, utllities, basic communication services. and security for County Court Judaes. Current Level of Service Budget 46,200 46,200 46,200 Total Proposed Budget 46,200 46,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 10,004 47,400 46,200 46,200 46,200 (2.5%) Capital Outlay 17,015 9,500 5.000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 27,019 56,900 61,200 46,200 46,200 (18.8%) Total Budget 27,019 56,900 51,200 46,200 46,200 (18.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services na Net Cost General Fund 27,019 56,900 51,200 46,200 46,200 (18.8%) Total Funding 27,019 56,900 51,200 46,200 46,200 (18.8%) Forecast FY 06/07 projects a small savings of $5,700 in the start-up costs for the new County Judge added during the fiscal year Note: The General Fund is budgeted to receive a transfer of $7,700 from the Court IT Fund (178) in FY 08 for reimbursement of IT expenses incurred by the County Court Judges. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 23 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Public Defender FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY20D8 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 156,472 203,200 222,200 216,100 216,100 6.3% Capital Outlay 11,761 27,000 8,000 4,100 4,100 (84.8%) Net Operating Budget 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) Total Budget 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 200S FY200S FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Defender (001) 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) Total Net Budget 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 200S FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) Total Funding 16S,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Defender (001) 0.00 n. Total HE n. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 24 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Public Defender Public Defender (001) Mission Statement To provide legal services to indigent defendants charged with criminal offenses in Collier County. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 220,200 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 220,200 Public Defender State law requires counties within their judicial circuits to provide the Publjc Defender with office space, utilities, telephone services, custodial services, and communication services as may be necessary for the proper and efficient functionino of the office Current Level of Service Budget 220,200 220,200 220,200 Total Proposed Budget 220,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 156,472 203,200 222,200 216,100 216,100 6.3% Capital Outlay 11,761 27,000 8,000 4,100 4,100 (84.8%) Net Operating Budget 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) Total Budget 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3"1.) Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) Total Funding 168,233 230,200 230,200 220,200 220,200 (4.3%) Note: Pursuant to the revisions to Article V, as of July 1, 2004, the County is responsible for funding the following operating expenses for the Public Defender: facility construction/lease, facility maintenance and security, utilities, communication services, data processing equipment and software, and other local operating requirements. Current FY 07/08 - There is a decrease of $10,000 in the Public Defender's budget due to the costs of software being paid for directly out of the Court Technology Fund (178) as part of the CJIS (Criminal Justice Information Services) District-wide cost sharing budget. Total costs budgeted directly in Fund (178) were $23,500. Capital Outlay includes a replacement network printer/fax machine - $4,100. Note: The General Fund is budgeted to receive a transfer of $48,200 from the Court IT Fund (178) in FY 08 for reimbursement of IT related expenses incurred by the Public Defender's Office. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 25 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies State Attorney FY 2008 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetaiy Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 332,877 490,000 489,800 519,400 519,400 6.0% Capital Outlay 44,030 136,200 130,000 23,000 23,000 (83.1%) Net Operating Budget 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Total Budget 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change State Attorney (001) 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Total Net Budget 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Total Funding 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summaiy Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change State Attorney (001) 0,00 n. Total HE n. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 26 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies State Attorney State Attorney (001) Mission Statement To prosecute law offenders in his jurisdictional area of the State and to faithfully execute and enforce the laws of the State of Florida. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 542,400 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost State Attorney State law requires counties within their judicial circuits to provide the State Attorney with office space, utilities, telephone services, custodial services, and communication services as may be necessary for the proper and efficient functionina of the office 542,400 Current Level of Service Budget 542,400 542,400 Total Proposed Budget 542,400 542,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 332,877 490,000 489,800 519,400 519,400 6.0% Capital Outlay 44,030 136,200 130,000 23,000 23,000 (83.1%) Net Operating Budget 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Total Budget 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Total FTE oa FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Total Funding 376,907 626,200 619,800 542,400 542,400 (13.4%) Note: Pursuant to the revisions to Article V, as of July 1, 2004, the County is responsible for funding the following operating expenses for the State Attorney: facility construction/lease, facility maintenance and security, utilities, communication services, data processing equipment, software and technical support, and other local operating requirements. Current FY 07/08 - Operating expenses include funding for five positions (three jail reduction personnel and two information technology (IT) personnel) in the State Attorney's Office. The IT personnel costs total $78,000 and are funded by a transfer from the Court IT Fund. The overall decrease in the State Attorney's budget is due to the costs of software and some hardware being paid for directly out of the Court Technology Fund (178) as part of the CJIS (Criminal Justice Information Services) District-wide cost sharing budget. Total costs budgeted directly in Fund (178) were $60,400. Capital outlay includes $23,000 for two replacement workstations, 2 laptops and a printer. Note: The General Fund is budgeted to receive a transfer of $205,400 from the Court IT Fund (178) in FY 08 for reimbursement of IT expenses incurred by the State Attomey's Office. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 27 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Juvenile Assessment Center FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Indirect Cost Reimburs 300 300 200 200 (33.3%) Net Operating Budget 300 300 200 200 (33.3%) Trans to Clerk Of Courts 100,000 99,400 103,500 98,700 9a,700 (0.7%) Total Budget 100,000 99,700 103,800 98,900 98,900 (0.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Juvenile Assessment Center (175) 300 300 200 200 (33.3%) Total Net Budget 300 300 200 200 (33.3%) Total Transfers and Reserves 100,000 99,400 103,500 98,700 98,700 (0.7%) Total Budget 100,000 99,700 103,800 98,900 98,900 (0.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 100,565 105,000 103,100 104,200 104,200 (0.8%) InteresUMisc (113) na Carry FOlWard 700 na Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (5,300) (5,300) (5,300) 0% Total Funding 100,452 99,700 103,800 98,900 98,900 (0.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Juvenile Assessment Center (175) 0.00 n. Total FTE na Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 28 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Court Related Agencies Juvenile Assessment Center Juvenile Assessment Center (175) Mission Statement To provide funding for the operation of the Juvenile Assessment Center. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Juvenile Assessment Center 98,900 104,200 -5,300 Reserves/Transfers -5,300 5,300 Current Level of Service Budget 98,900 98,900 Total Proposed Budget 98,900 98,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Indirect Cost Reimburs 300 300 200 200 (33.3%) Net Operating Budget 300 300 200 200 (33.3%) Trans to Clerk Of Courts 100,000 99,400 103,500 98,700 98,700 (0.7%) Total Budget 100,000 99,700 103,800 98,900 98,900 (0.8%) Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 100,565 105,000 103,100 104,200 104,200 (0.8%) Interest/Mise (113J na Carry Forward 700 na Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (5,300) (5,300) (5,300) 0% Total Funding 100,452 99,700 103,800 98,900 98,900 (0.8%) Forecast FY 06/07 - The forecast transfer amount to the Juvenile Assessment Center is equal to the total available revenue. Current FY 07/08 - The $98,700 transfer is to fund operating costs of the Juvenile Assessment Center. Note. The source of this revenue is an additional court cost of $65 when a person pleads guilty or no contest or is found guilty of any felony, misdemeanor, or criminal traffic offense in Florida. Twenty~five percent (25%) of this amount is allocated to fund Teen Court Programs and Juvenile Assessment Centers. Each of these juvenile programs has been allocated twelve and a half percent (12.5%) or $104,200. Fiscal Year 2008 Court Related Agencies 29 CJIS Cost Sharing Budget Allocations for FY 2008 per Twentieth Judicial Circuit Court Total CJIS Budget for Collier County $ 450,300 Operating Costs: Total Shared Costs Total Non-Specific Costs Courtroom Ops State Attorney Public Defender 31 ],400 25,000 18,000 24,400 9,000 Total Operatiug Costs iucluded iu Fuud 178 387,800 Capital Costs: Courtroom Ops State Attorney Public Defender 12,000 36,000 14,500 Total Capital Expenses included in Fund 178 62,500 Total CJIS Budget 450,300 Item Description Contracted Services Contracted Services Microsoft Software Assurance Licensing Microsoft Software Assurance Licensing Microsoft Software Assurance Licensing See Court IT Fund (178) Budget on following page Polycom System Cisco switches Cisco switches See Court IT Fund (178) Budget on following page This budget is from the administrator of the ens for the 5 counties in the District and is for the upcoming fiscal year of 2008. The contracted services and Microsoft Software Licensing will be billed by CJIS as an intergovernmental transaction per Lisa Kiesel, Finance & Accounting Manager for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit. Additionally, it has been recommended that we record all capital items directly in our budget so the assets will he on the books of Collier County. These charges are to be supporled by the $2 Technology Fee received each year. 30 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Board of Commissioners Court Related Technology Court IT Fee (178) Mission Statement To provide funding for court-related technology, and court technology needs for the state trial courts, state attorney and public defender in accordance with s. 28.24 (12) (e), s. 29.008 (1) (f) 2 and s. 29.008 (1) (h) F.S. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 1,727,100 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Court Related Technology To use available revenues to offset the cost of Court Related Technology needs in Collier County. 1,727,100 Current Level of Service Budget 1,727,100 1,727,100 Total Proposed Budget 1,727,100 1,727,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 387,800 387,800 na Indirect Cost Reimburs 1,200 1,200 2,000 2,000 66.7% Capital Outlay 62,500 62,500 na Net Operating Budget 1,200 1,200 452,300 452,300 37,591.7% Trans to Clerk Of Courts 2,000,000 1,000,000 500,000 68,500 68,500 (93.2%) Trans to General Fund 154,900 351,400 371,200 271,400 271,400 (22.8%) Trans to 681 Court Serv Fds 371,900 531,800 449,400 398,800 398,800 (25.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 327,500 59,600 59,600 (81.8%) Reserves For Capital 476,500 476,500 na Total Budget 2,526,800 2,211,900 1,321,800 1,727,100 1,727,100 (21.9%) Total FTE na FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 1,683,580 1,950,000 1,431,000 1,502,600 1,502,600 (22.9%) Interest/Mise (191) na Carry Forward 356,900 190,500 299,700 299,700 (16.0%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (95,000) (75,200) (75,200) (20.8%) Total Funding 1,683,390 2,211,900 1,621,500 1,727,100 1,727,100 (21.9%) Fiscal Year 2008 Ejected Officials-Board of Commissioners 31 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Elected Officials-Board of Commissioners Court Related Technology Forecast FY 06/07 - Transfers have been adjusted to absorb the shortfall in revenues. Transfer to the Clerk of Courts is reduced to $500,00 and transfer to the General Fund and Court Service Fund is reduced by a combined $62,600. Revenues reflect coHections of a $2 per page service charge collected for recording documents or instruments as listed in s. 28.222 F.S. The revenue estimate is a projection based on actual monthly revenue receipts as compared to the prior fiscal years. FY 07 receipts to date are below collections for the same period in FY 06 with an overall anticipated shortfall to adopted budget of $519,000. Current FY 07108 - Expenditures include payments to CJIS (Criminal Justice Information Services) for shared technology upgrade costs for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit. In prior years, these costs were allocated to Court Administration, Public Defender and State Attorney agencies. Transfers were then made from this Court Related Technology Fund to reimburse the individual agencies. This direct payment for the shared costs eliminates allocations, transfers and reimbursements and is in line with the other five counties in the District. Each of the three agencies will still receive some reimbursements from this Fund for their direct IT related costs. Transfers include $271,400 to the General Fund to pay for court-related technology needs of the Circuit and County Court Judges, State Attorney and Public Defender offices. There is also a transfer to the Court Administration Fund (681) to pay for the court-related technology needs of the the Court Administration Programs in the amount of $398,800. There is a reserve established for capital expenditures in the amount of $548,400 and the balance of available funds are budgeted in reserves. Revenues are $4.47,400 below the 2007 adopted budget. This budget is based upon collection history for 2005, 2006 and 2007, which has declined steadily each year. The total budgeted revenue is calculated at 5% above the forecast for 2007. Fiscal Year 2008 Elected Officials-Board of Commissioners 32 Courts & Related Agencies Summary of Interrelated Transfers FY 07/08 Summary of Transfers with Court Related Technology Fund (178): Fund Description Transfer In Transfer Out 681 Court Administration 375,800 681 Parole & Probation 23,000 178 Court Related Technology 398,800 001 Circuit Court Judges 10,100 001 County Judges 7,700 001 State Attorney 205,400 001 Public Defender 48,200 178 Court Related Technology 271,400 (a) 011 Clerk Of Courts 59,600 (b) 59,600 670,200 670,200 (a) This transfer does not show up in the budget document pages of Courts and Related Agencies. (b) This transfer is In the Clerk of Court's budget. 33 r- Courts Related Capital - Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Courts Related Capital FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Capital Outlay 1,038,000 1.100.000 1,102,900 1,102,900 6.3% Net Operating Budget 1,038,000 1,100,000 1,102,900 1,102,900 6.3% Reserves For Contingencies 7.000 (100,0%) Total Budget 1,045,000 1,100,000 1,102,900 1,102,900 5.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Court Maintenance Fee Fund (181) 1,038.000 1,100,000 1.102.900 1,102,900 6.3% Tolal Net Budget 1,038,000 1,100,000 1,102,900 1,102,900 6.3% Total Transfers and Reserves 7,000 (100.0%) Total Budget 1,045,000 t,100,000 1,102,900 1,102,900 5.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 1,100.000 1,100,000 1,161,000 1.161,000 5.5% InteresUMisc na Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (55,000) (58,100) (58,100) 5.6% Total Funding 1,045,000 1,100,000 1,102,900 1,102,900 5.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Court Maintenance Fee Fund (181) 0.00 na T olal FTE na Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 1 2 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Courts Related Capital Court Maintenance Fee Fund (181) Mission Statement This fund has been newly created for FY 2007. The source of revenue is Ordinance 04-43 adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on June 22,2004 as authorized by s. 318.18(13)(a) F,S. The ordinance provides for a $15 surcharge for those non-criminal traffic infractions set forth in Chapter 318, Florida Statutes, and certain criminal violations enumerated in Section 318.17, Florida Statutes. This revenue was specifically created to fund State Court Facilities. Program Summary Department Administration I Overhead Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 1,102,900 1,102,900 1,102,900 1,102,900 1,102,900 1,102,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Capital Outlay 1,038,000 1,100,000 1,102,900 1.102,900 6.3% Net Operating Budget 1,038,000 1,100,000 1,102,900 1,102,900 6.3% Reserves For Contingencies 7,000 (100.0%) Total Budget 1,045,000 1,100,000 t, t 02,900 t,102,900 5.5% Total HE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fines & Forfeitures 1.100.000 1,100.000 1.161.000 1,161,000 5.5% Interest/Mise na Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (55,000) (58.100) (58,100) 5.6% Total Funding 1,045,000 1,100,000 1,102,900 1,102,900 5.5% Forecast FY 2007 - Budgeted expenses include $690,000 for upgrading the fire alarm system and $348,000 for replacing the roof on the courthouse building Current FY 2008 - Budgeted expenses include $1 ,102,900 for the redesign of the Courthouse floors 5 & 6. Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 3 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Administrative Services Division Organizational Chart Total Full~Time Equivalents (FTE) = 193.75 Administrative Services Administration Office Total Full~Time Equivalents (FTE) = 4.00 Grants Acquisition Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 1.50 Dori Slosberg Driver Education Total Ful1~Time Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 Fleet Management Department Total Full~Time Equivalents (FTE) = 25.00 Facilities Management Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 63.00 Human Resources Department Total Full~Time Equivalents (HE) = 19.00 Information Technology Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 49.00 Purchasing Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 20.50 Risk Management Department Total Full~Time Equivalents (FTE) = 11.75 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 13,828,961 15,707,700 15,149,800 16,206,800 215,100 16,421,900 4.5% Operating Expense 47,714,225 54,769,200 53,343,800 59,915,600 308,700 60,224,300 10.0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 3,000 6,700 3,700 6,100 6,100 (9.0%) Property & Casualty Claims 7,414,582 1,700,000 4,550,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 (26.5%) Short Term Disability Ins 349,248 319,600 298,200 319,600 319,600 0% Long Term Disability Ins 390,282 391,400 460,000 474,000 474,000 21.1% Workers Comp Ins 1,126,834 1,340,000 1,270,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 0% Capital Outlay 964,061 835,900 1,257,800 678,000 49,000 727,000 (13.0%) Remittances 171,055 255,800 260,400 299,400 299,400 17.0% Total Net Budget 71,962,247 75,326,300 76,593,700 80,489,500 572,800 81,062,300 7.6% Trans to Special Rev Fds 7,402 oa Reserves For Contingencies 973,800 1,337,700 1,337,700 37.4% Reserves For Capital 9,476,000 13,005,200 13,005,200 37.2% Reserves for Insurance 851,000 22,761,400 25,441,600 25,441,600 11.8% Reserve for Attrition (37,100) (75,400) (75,400) 103.2% Total Budget 72,820,649 108,500,400 76,593,700 120,198,600 572,800 120,771,400 11.3% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Department Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Administrative Services Administration 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% Office Grants Acquisition 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% Dori Slosberg Driver Education 148,087 256,100 225,800 299,700 299,700 17.0% Fleet Management Department 7,037,071 8,123,600 7,363,300 8,632,500 128,500 8,761,000 7.8% Facilities Management Department 12,233,388 14,002,700 13,826,800 14,308,000 387,500 14,695,500 4.9% Human Resources Department 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7,1% Information Technology Department 6,826,894 7,838,100 7,433,700 8,214,400 56,800 8,271,200 5.5% Purchasing Department 1,488,269 1,711,500 1,623,500 1,793,400 1,793,400 4.8% Risk Management Department 42,175,400 41,022,500 43,791,200 44,636,900 44,636,900 8.8% Total Net Budget 71,962,247 75,326,300 76,593,700 80,489,500 572,800 81,062,300 7.6% Dori Slosberg Driver Education 234,400 234,400 na Fleet Management Department (18,000) 128,400 128,400 (813.3%) Facilities Management Department 7,402 9,489,600 13,018,000 13,018,000 37.2% Information Technology Department 54,000 59,000 59,000 9.3% Risk Management Department 851,000 23,648,500 26,269,300 26,269,300 11.1% Total Transfers and Reserves 858,402 33,174,100 39,709,100 39,709,100 19.7% Total Budget 72,820,649 108,500,400 76,593,700 120,198,600 572,800 120,771,400 11.3% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 2 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY200S FY 200S Division Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change FEMA - Fed Emerg Mgt Agency 2,500,000 n. Charges For Services 1,468,196 1,713,900 1,328,600 1,620,500 1,620,500 (5.4%) Sewer Revenue 92,720 n. Miscellaneous Revenues 5,020,152 1,282,100 4,986,000 1,313,800 1,313,800 2.5% InteresVMisc 201,102 82,000 226,100 117,800 117,800 43.7% Other FinanCing Sources 30,710 n. Reimb From Other Depts 2,348,891 2,478,700 2,665,300 2,286,600 2,286,600 (7.7%) Property & Casualty Billings 8,574,545 10,438,600 10,972,100 11,444,800 11,444,800 9.6% Group Health Billings 27,216,233 24,840,600 24,755,000 24,940,700 24,940,700 0.4% Dental Billings 2,825 1,S96,300 1,681,500 1,700,000 1,700,000 0,2% life Insurance Billlngs 513,428 805,100 785,000 815,700 815,700 1.3% Short Term Disability Billings 679,988 319,000 384,000 399,000 399,000 25.1% Long Term Disability Billings 204,160 391,400 456,000 474,000 474,000 21.1% Workers Comp Billings 2,042,887 2,471,100 2,472,100 2,683,200 2,683,200 8.6% Fleet Revenue Billings 3,204,833 3,312,900 3,819,800 4,029,400 128,500 4,157,900 25.5% Fuel Sale Rev SWings 2,984,323 3,817,400 2,794,000 4,108,300 4,108,300 7.6% Net Cost General Fund 18,547,869 21,669,100 20,954,900 22,878,900 444,300 23,323,200 7.6% Net Cost Community Development n. Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 159,700 200,100 275,100 100,400 100,400 (49.8%) Trans fm 172 Conserv Collier Fd 2,189,900 2,750,700 2,750,700 2,938,200 2,938,200 6.8% Trans fm 408 Water f Sewer Fd 155,735 n. Carry FOlWard 30,325,200 31,113,700 38,426,600 38,426,600 26.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (91,800) (79,300) (79,300) (13.6%) Total Funding 75,63S,195 108,500,400 114,919,900 120,198,600 572,SOO 120,771,400 11.3% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 200S FY 200S Division Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Administrative Services Administration Office 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 33.3% Grants Acquisition 1.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 0% Oori Slosberg Driver Education n. Fleet Management Department 24.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 0% Facilities Management Department 66.00 63.00 63.00 62.00 1.00 63.00 0% Human Resources Department 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 0% Information Technology Department 48.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 0% Purchasing Department 19.50 20.50 20.50 20.50 20.50 0% Risk Management Department 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 0% Total HE 192.25 192.75 192.75 192.75 1.00 193.75 0.5% Fiscal Vear 2008 Administrative Services DiviSIon 3 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Administrative Services Administration Office FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 256,603 305,400 300,700 402,500 402,500 31.8% Operating Expense 17,233 23,500 27,100 24,400 24,400 3.8% Capital Outlay 19,000 17,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% Total Budget 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Administrative Services Admin (001) 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% Total Net Budget 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% Total Transfers and Reserves 0" Total Budget 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% Total Funding 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summa'Y Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Administrative Services Admin (001) 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 33.3% Total FTE 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 33.3% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 4 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Administrative Services Administration Office Administrative Services Admin (001) Mission Statement To provide executive level management and administrative support to all departments within the Administrative Services Division. We strive to help all our departments in any way that allows them to honor our motto, "Serving Those Who Serve." Program Summary Departmental Administration I Overhead Provide strategic and operational planning, budgeting and financial management, staff and policy development and administrative and technical support to the BCC, County Manager, Constitutional Agencies and Advisory Boards. Records Management Establish a centralized records management and retrieval system. Operations Management Provide analytical and management support to the Division Administration, conduct business process mapping and analysis on division operations and activities, and develop and review division plans for operations, budget activity and oerlormance measurement efforts. FY 2008 Total FTE 2.00 FY 2008 Budget 253,488 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 253,488 1.00 92,247 92,247 1.00 81,165 81,165 Current Level of Service Budget 4.00 426,900 426,900 Total Proposed Budget 4.00 426,900 426,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary C08t Summary Actual Adopted Foreca8t Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 256,603 305,400 300,700 402,500 402,500 31.8% Operating Expense 17,233 23,500 27,100 24,400 24,400 3.8% Capital Outlay 19,000 17,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% Total Budget 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22,7% Total FTE 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 33.3% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% Total Funding 273,836 347,900 344,800 426,900 426,900 22.7% FY 07 Forecast: Capital outlay is for the replacement of the Division Administrator's sedan, as recommended by Fleet Management. FY 08 Current The addition of an Operations Analyst in the Administrative Services Administration Office accounts for the increase in personal services expenditures. The position was formerly housed in the Facilities Management Department but will be transferred to Administration for FY08 since the position is reporting directly to the Administrator. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 5 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Grants Acquisition FY2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 81,637 120,500 105,000 121,500 121,500 0.8% Operating Expense 19,052 12,000 11,400 32,900 32,900 174.2% CapitalOulIay 1,800 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% Total Budget 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Grants Acquisition (001) 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% Total Net Budget 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% Total Transfers and Reserves ". Total Budget 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 12,600 15,500 22,000 22,000 "" Net Cost General Fund 88,089 134,300 100,900 132,400 132,400 (1.4%) Total Funding 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Grants Acquisition (001) 1.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 0% Total HE 1.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 6 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Grants Acquisition Grants Acquisition (001) Mission Statement To reduce the cost of providing the public with services, facilities and infrastructure by maximizing the use of federal, state and local grants. To track, monitor, assist with reporting, and coordinate all grants applied for, received and managed by Collier County. Program Summary Grant Acquisition and Coordination To manage, direct, plan and coordinate a centralized grant acquisition program for Collier County. Includes assessing the County's project and program needs and building a database; developing professional relationships with grantors; coordinating with County departments to develop strategic grant funding plans for projects or programs; writing and packaging grant proposals/applications; monitoring the status of outstanding grant applications and following up with grant agencies, including political intervention when needed; negotiating the terms and conditions of grant awards and coordinating the acceptance and approval process; assisting County departments with the implementation of grants once awarded; assuring projects are in compliance with grant assurances and regulations; evaluating the effectiveness of grant funded programs and project goals; initiate and maintain training programs that provide County staff with information about the grant acquisition process, grant writino. oranl manaoement and orant comoliance. FY 2008 Total FTE 1.50 FY 2008 Budget 154,400 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 22,000 132,400 Current Level of Service Budget 1.50 154,400 22,000 132,400 Total Proposed Budget 1.50 154,400 22,000 132,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Grant Award Success Rate (as a % of total applications) 85 90 90 90 Number of Active Grants Managed 215 200 200 210 Total Grant Dollars Applied for (in millions) 71 55 55 60 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 81,637 120,500 105,000 121,500 121,500 0.8% Operating Expense 19,052 12,000 11,400 32,900 32,900 174.2% Capital Outlay 1,800 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% Total Budget 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% Total FTE 1.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 12,600 15,500 22,000 22,000 0. Net Cost General Fund 88,089 134,300 100,900 132,400 132,400 (1.4%) Total Funding 100,689 134,300 116,400 154,400 154,400 15.0% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 7 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Grants Acquisition FY 07 Forecast: Personal services savings are a result of delays hiring the 0.5 FTE Grants Coordinator position that was added as an expanded service in FY07. It is anticipated that this position will handle the day-to-day activities related to pre-award while current staff focus on post-award management and compliance activities. It is critical that Collier County maintain compliance with the federal, state and grant specific guidelines for each grant in order to keep awarded funds, avoid having to return funds used incorrectly and to ensure that future funding is granted. FY 08 Current: Professional grant training is necessary for all employees who apply for and manage grants for Collier County Government. This is further evidenced by comments on the 2005 and 2006 Federal & State Single Audits. To most cost effectively train employees, a grant consultant is annual contracted with to provide on-site training. The first training was provided in January 2006 and the second in April 2007. This training has been budgeted using a mid-year budget amendment each year and each participating cost center is then charged for the class; however, anticipating the training will become a regular annual occurrence, the budget (estimate $25,000) is being requested during the regular budget cycle. It is anticipated that approximately $22,000 of this will be reimbursed by class participants. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 8 . Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Oori Slosberg Oriver Education FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Indirect Cost Reimburs 300 300 300 300 0% Remittances 148,087 255,800 225,500 299,400 299,400 17.0% Net Operating Budget 148,087 256,100 225,800 299,700 299,700 17.0% Reserves For Contingencies 234,400 234,400 "" Total Budget 148,087 256,100 225,800 534,100 534,100 108.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Driver Education Grant Fund (173) 148,087 256,100 225,800 299,700 299,700 17,0% Total Net Budget 148,087 256,100 225,800 299,700 299,700 17.0% Total Transfers and Reserves 234,400 234,400 no Total Budget 148,087 256,100 225,800 534,100 534,100 108.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For SelVices 192,178 200,000 241,600 372.800 372,800 86.4% Interest/Mise 6,387 4,500 7,800 7,800 "" Carry Forward 66,100 152,200 172,500 172,500 161.0% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (10,000) (19,000) (19,000) 90.0% Total Funding 198,564 256,100 398,300 534,100 534,100 108.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Driver Education Grant Fund (173) 0.00 "" Total HE no Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 9 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Oori Slosberg Driver Education Driver Education Grant Fund (173) Mission Statement This fund is used to account for a surcharge on all moving and non-moving civil traffic infractions, excluding parking violations, filed in County Court to fund the direct education expenses of driver education programs in both publiC and non.public high schools. Program Summary Drivers Education Grant Program All funds collected will be used exclusively to fund the direct expenses of driver education programs in the schools in Collier County. EUgible direct education expenses include the purChase of goods and services. including, but not limited to, driver education course materials, vehicles exclusively used for driver education programs, driver simulators, and salaries of driver education instructors. FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 534,100 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 534,100 Current level of Service Budget 534,100 534,100 Total Proposed Budget 534,100 534,100 FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Indjrect Cost Reimburs 300 300 300 300 0% Remittances 148,087 255,800 225,500 299,400 299,400 17.0% Net Operating Budget 148,087 256,100 225,800 299,700 299,700 17.0% Reserves For Contingencies 234,400 234,400 na Total Budget 148,087 256,100 225,800 634,100 534,100 108.6% Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 192,178 200,000 241,600 372,800 372,800 86.4% Interest/Mise 6,387 4,500 7,800 7,800 na Carry Forward 66,100 152,200 172,500 172,500 161.0% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (10,000) (19,000) (19,000) 90.0% Total Funding 198,564 256,100 398,300 534,100 534,100 108.6% FY 07 Forecast The forecast disbursement of $225,500 is to the Collier County School District for Driver Education programs. Forecast revenue is based on an average monthly collection of $17,200 through March of 2007. The current surcharge assessed is $3 per violation. The forecast revenue reflects a change in the Collier County ordinance which increased the surcharge from $3 per violation to $5 per violation, beginning in July 2007 FY 08 Current: Budgeted revenue is based on an average monthly correction of $31,000. All funds collected will be used to fund the direct expenses of driver education programs in the schools in Collier County. In addition, there is an indirect service charge payment of $300 to the General Fund (001). Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 10 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Fleet Management Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,657,184 1,947,300 1,803,600 1,884,400 128,500 2,012,900 3.4% Operating Expense 5,243,137 6,068,800 5,131,700 6,613,100 6,613,100 9.0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 3,000 3,000 (100.0%) Capital Outlay 133,750 104,500 428,000 135,000 135,000 29.2% Net Operating Budget 7,037,071 8,123,600 7,363,300 8,632,500 128,500 8,761,000 7.8% Reserves For Contingencies 19,100 203,800 203,800 967.0% Reserve for Attrition (37,100) (75,400) (75,400) 103.2% Total Budget 7,037,071 8,106,600 7,363,300 8,760,900 128,500 8,889,400 9.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fleet Management Fund (521) 7,037,071 8,123,600 7,363,300 8,632,500 128,500 8,761,000 7.8% Total Net Budget 7,037,071 8,123,600 7,363,300 8,632,500 128,500 8,761,000 7.8% Total Transfers and Reserves (18,000) 128,400 128,400 (813.3%) Total Budget 7,037,071 8,105,600 7,363,300 8,760,900 128,500 8,889,400 9.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY 200S FY 200S Deparbnent Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 619,732 827,600 421,600 561,600 561,600 (32.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 8,617 na Interest/Mise (2,360) na Other Financing Sources (757) na Fleet Revenue Billings 3,204,833 3,312,900 3,819,800 4,029,400 128,500 4,157,900 25.5% Fuel Safe Rev Billings 2,984,323 3,817,400 2,794,000 4,108,300 4,108,300 7.6% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 41,200 44,400 44,400 (100.0%) Trans fm 408 Water f Sewer Fd 155,735 na Carry Forward 103,300 345,100 61,600 61,600 (40.4%) Total Funding 7,011,322 8,106,600 7,424,900 S,760,900 128,500 S,889,400 9.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Fleet Management Fund (521) 24.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 0% Total HE 24.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 D% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 11 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Fleet Management Department Fleet Management Fund (521) Mission Statement Provide efficient, effective, and customer oriented centralized fleet services for Collier County Government vehicles and equipment including acquisition, disposal, maintenance, and fueling services. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental AdministrationlOverhead 0.50 180,675 180,675 Funding for departmental administration and fixed departmental overhead Maintenance, Repair, and Acquisition 22.50 3,734,475 4,091,000 -356,525 Maintain County vehicles and equipment in excellent operating condition with a minimum 95% availabilitv rate Fuel Services 2.00 4,717,350 4,669,900 47,450 Ensure cost effective, dependable, and timely fuel services are provided for County vehicles, equipment, and emergency generators. Refueling stations maintained to exceed 99% availabilitv. Reserves 128,400 128,400 Maintain sufficient reserve funds to cover contingency requirements and emolovee merit increases Current level of Service Budget 25.00 8,760,900 8,760,900 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Fleet Management Overtime 128,500 128,500 Overtime for Fleet Management, FY08 Expanded Services Budget 128,500 128,500 Total Proposed Budget 25.00 8,889,400 8,889,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Availability of Fleet Equipment (as a %) 95.39 95.00 95.69 96.00 Number of Work. Orders Completed 6,600 6,600 6,700 6,700 Work Orders completed in less than 24 hours (%) 60 65 80 75 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 12 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Fleet Management Department Fleet Management Fund (521) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,657,184 1,947,300 1,803,600 1,884,400 128,500 2,012,900 3.4% Operating Expense 5,243,137 6,068,800 5,131,700 6,613,100 6,613,100 9.0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 3,000 3,000 (100,0%) Capital Outlay 133,750 104,500 428,000 135,000 135,000 29.2% Net Operating Budget 7,037,071 8,123,600 7,363,300 8,632,500 128,500 8,761,000 7.8% Reserves For Contingencies 19,100 203,800 203,800 967.0% Reserve for Attrition (37,100) (75,400) (75,400) 103.2% Total Budget 7,037,071 8,105,600 7,363,300 8,760,900 128,500 8,889,400 9.7% Total FTE 24.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 619,732 827,600 421,600 561,600 561,600 (32.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 8,617 0. InterestIMisc (2,360) 0. Other Financing Sources (757) 0. Fleet Revenue Billings 3,204,833 3,312,900 3,819,800 4,029,400 128,500 4,157,900 25.5% Fuel Sale Rev Billings 2,984,323 3,817,400 2,794,000 4,108,300 4,108,300 7,6% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 41,200 44,400 44,400 (100.0%) Trans fm 408 Water I Sewer Fd 155,735 0. Carry Forward 103,300 345,100 61,600 61,600 (40.4%) Total Funding 7,011,322 8,105,600 7,424,900 8,760,900 128,500 8,889,400 9.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 13 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Fleet Management Department FY 07 Forecast Personal services savings reflect temporary vacant positions; however, the department is nearing a full staff and expects to maintain this staffing level throughout FY08. Savings in operating expenses occurred primarily through savings in fuel purchases ($1,503,600 less than budgeted). The costs of parts and outside vendors were above the budget amount, however, by approximately $530,000. This corresponds to the increase in forecast Fleet Billings and the decrease in forecast Fuel Revenue in comparison to the FY07 adopted budget. FY 08 Current Expenditures: Personal services budgeted expenditures reflect an elimination of budgeted overtime, per the FY08 budget instructions. Fleet Management typically accrues IiWe to no savings through attrition, so it is not anticipated that these costs can be absorbed within the FY08 budget. Since overtime is required by Fleet Management to provide appropriate service levels for emergency vehicles, transit buses, and heavy trucks & equipment, an Unfunded Request has been submitted for the FYOB budget. The budgeted increase in operating expenses are largely driven by increases in the costs of parts and contracted repair services, as well as fuel expenses, utility expenses, auto insurance charges. The increases in utilities and some minor operating expenses are mainly due to opening new maintenance facilities at County Barn and Radio Road in FY DB. Capital Outlay of $135,000 is for an alignment machine and vehicle lifts for new County Barn shop ($115,000), a replacement trailer ($7,000), and radio equipment and refueling data system for the new Radio Road shop ($13,000). FY 08 Current Revenue: Fuel sale revenue is based on 1,161,300 gallons @ $3.66 per gallon and 119,900 gallons @ $3.50 per gallon. Parts revenue assumes $1,378,000 in parts at a 26% mark-up and sublets of $280,000 at a 19% mark~up. Labor assumes 26,800 billable hours at $75 per hour. Motor Pool mileage revenue is estimated at $78,400. FY 08 Expanded Requests: Overtime costs ($128,500) The direction to eliminate overtime funding from FY08 budgets has been followed by Ihe Fleet Management department; however, historical trends indicate that the department will not be able to absorb this cost within any other area of their FY08 budget. A no-overtime policy would have considerable impact on the productivity and customer services provided by the Fleet Management Department. It also has considerable impact on the vehicle and equipment availability for the County operating departments and their ability to perfonn their missions. The cost of funding Fleet Management overtime in order to maintain current service levels is $128,500. An analysis of the use of overtime and potential service level impacts that may result from eliminating this expenditure has been provided in the following pages. FY 08 Unfunded Requests: ($132,900) Two automotive technicians are requested in order to open the new Collier Area Transit maintenance shop on Radio Road. One of the two will be a working shop manager with one third of his/her time being devoted to management and administrative duties. Current staffing ratio of technicians to vehicles/major equipment items is 1:102, whereas the average ratio of other Florida counties is 1 :76. Using national survey standards, Fleet Management should be staffed with 23 automotive technicians; however, staffing is currently at14 automotive technicians. Successful implementation of several efficiency measures in the past has allowed Fleet Management to maintain satisfactory service levels for the County's vehicles and equipment. With recent increases in transit & para-transit services, the number of ambulance requirements, and the overall number of County vehicfes and equipment, operational availability rates have started to drop. The additional technicians will help maintain current service levels and possibly increase availability rates. Without the approval of these positions, a drop in overall County vehicle and equipment operations availability rates is highly probable. Fleet Management does not recommend opening the new maintenance shop without these positions. An analysis of the necessity for these positions, as well as the impact of not funding them, has also been provided in the following pages. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 14 . FLEET MANAGEMENT FUND (521) FY 08 EXPANDED REQUEST FOR PERSONNEL OVERTIME DIRECTION FOR NO OVERTIME IN THE FY 2008 BUDGET The direction to eliminate overtime funding from FY08 current services budgets has been followed by the Fleet Management department; however, historical trends indicate that the department will not be able to absorb this cost within any other area of their FY08 budget. This has considerable impact on the productivity and customer services provided by the Fleet Management Department. It also has considerable impact on the vehicle and equipment availability for the County operating departments and their ability to perform their missions. The following is an explanation of how overtime has long been used in Fleet Management as an efficiency measure and as a means of minimizing full-time employees. Also listed are probable effects on Fleet Management services, the impacts on other departments within the County, and possible actions that can be taken by Fleet Management to help counter the loss of overtime capabilities. Of special concern are the risks associated with emergency services and transit bus fixed-route services when the appropriate numbers of vehicles are not available when needed. Personnel overtime is needed by Fleet Management to meet satisfactory service levels and equipment availability, and to provide emergency response when needed. OVERTIME IN RELATION TO THE FOUR-DAY WORK WEEK Four-day work weeks have been a management strategy in Fleet Management for more than 10 years, taking advantage of the fifth weekday to provide flexibility for overtime when needed. During the last three years, the fifth overtime workday for two to four technicians became a necessity on a continuing basis to maintain consistent and acceptable service levels. With additions to the transit and para-transit systems and expanded operating hours, as well as the addition of EMS stations and front-line ambulance requirements, acceptable service levels have been very difficult to maintain even when using overtime at the maximum levels. When holidays fall on a technician's normal day off, we pay that technician eight hours regular pay for the holiday and then he works a full 40-hour week; this gains another 500 hours of wrench- turning time per year. Without authorized overtime, these 500 hours of productivity would be lost. The majority of overtime work during normal duty hours is to repair and maintain transit/para-transit buses, ambulances, and road maintenance heavy trucks & equipment. Other efficiencies of the four-day work week include saving 30 minutes of break time and 20 minutes of clean-up time per technician per week. This equates to 12.5 hours of additional wrench- turning time per week for 15, technicians or 650 hours per year, as compared to working five-day work weeks. OVERTIME FOR 24-HOUR SERVICE The Fleet Management Department has one technician on-call for emergencies and fleet requirements after normal duty hours, on weekends, and holidays. This technician receives two hours overtime daily at regular pay rate and overtime at time-and-a-half for actual call-out requirements. Our on-call technician averages one call-out per night on weekdays and two to three call-outs on weekends and holidays. About 95% of these call-outs are for transit/para- transit buses, ambulances, and fire trucks. Two on-call technicians are being contemplated when the transit/para-transit bus systems are moved to their new operating location on Radio Road. At that time, work on buses and ambulances will be done at separate locations. In addition to the automotive technician, the department sometimes has a fuel truck driver on call during the dry season when large brush fires are ongoing and during the hurricane season when a hurricane is projected to hit this area. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 15 OVERTIME BREAKOUT (approximate with Social Security and Retirement added) On-call standby automotive technician ~ 730 hrs/$18,000 (double this for 2nd on-call tech) On-call standby fueling technician - 20 hrs/$500 Total Normal Dutv Hours 1400 hrs/$52,000 800 hrs/$29,000 ISO hrs/$5,000 2350 hrs/$86,000 After Normal Dutv Hours 600 hrs/$22,000 none 50 hrs/$2,000 (Fuel Service) 650 hrs/$24,000 Buses & Ambulances Road Maint. Vehicles/Equip. Other TOTAL OVERTIME COSTS WITH ON-CALL STANDBY TIME INCLUDED $128,500, OVERTIME COSTS FOR EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS CALLS ONLY $42,500 ($60,500 if the second on-call tech is added). IMPACTS OF LOSING OVERTIME CAPABILITIES · No Fleet Management services after normal duty hours, weekends, & holidays. . No emergency response by Fleet Management after normal duty hours, weekends. & holidays. . No emergency fueling services after normal duty hours, weekends, & holidays. · No fuel system repairs at County fueling sites after normal duty hours. · No assistance to out-of-County travelers when their vehicles break down after normal duty hours. · Loss of holiday wrench-turning time (approx. 500 hrs. annually). · Infrequent occasions when an adequate number of ambulances may not be available at all active EMS stations, especially after normal duty hours, on weekends, and holidays, · Occasions without sufficient transit buses to meet all fixed route requirements. . Occasions without sufficient para-transit buses to meet all scheduled pickups. · Infrequent occasions when sufficient fire trucks will not be available at Ochopee and Isles of Capri, especially after normal duty hours, weekends, and holidays. · A repair and maintenance backlog will occur with road maintenance heavy trucks & equipment. Recovery from the backlog will be very difficult because of the continuing full plate of daily current requirements. . Occasions when emergency responders must make roadside decisions on the worthiness of their ambulances and fire trucks and make their own arrangements for tow trucks or leave the vehicles on the side of the road after normal duty hours. · The same situation of roadside decisions will occur with contract transit and para-transit bus drivers. This may present a problem since they are union. · Overall vehicle and major equipment availability rates expected to drop from 96% to 92% (Out of 1485 items considered, the approximate daily average of equipment items down would go from 59 to 118 items. Considering our 805 on-road vehicles only, the average vehicles down would go from 32 to 64.). The overall annual availability rate of ambulances expected to stay at 92% and buses expected to drop from 92% to 90%. The availability rate of Road Maintenance heavy trucks and heavy equipment is expected to drop from 91 % to 85%. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 16 . MAINTENANCE & REPAIR PRIORITIES Emergency vehicles will continue to be the first priority. Fixed-route transit buses will continue to be the second priority. Transportation Disadvantaged para-transit buses will continue to be the third priority. Emergency response vehicles and equipment in Public Utilities and Transportation will have fourth priority. All other vehicles and equipment will have lower priorities. POSSIBLE CHANGES TO OPERATING PROCEDURES Extend service intervals for vehicles and equipment. Extending service intervals would help reduce the workload within Fleet Management's maintenance shops. Since we are already on the borderline of exceeding manufacturer's recommended service intervals, we would risk more frequent breakdowns especially since we have recently extended the replacement intervals on our vehicles. Safety could be an additional issue with longer periods between safety inspections of items such as braking systems, tires, etc. There is also risk of voiding warranties by extending service intervals beyond manufacturer's recommendations. Outsource more work to local vendors. This could help reduce work backlogs in Fleet Management's maintenance shops but historically repairs will not be completed in a timely manner and will cost more than if done in house. Towing costs would also increase. However, the increase of outsourcing and associated costs would be necessary to help maintain equipment availability. Establish earlv and late shifts Two work shifts would not provide any more man hours, but it could help in transit bus availability since many of the discrepancies on the buses are not reported until after the buses return from their daily routes at night. There are some inherent problems with the split shifts that would make it difficult to implement: . It divides Fleet Management's manpower giving less flexibility than with one shift. . Indications are that there would be no volunteers for late shift. . Forced shift work would likely result in resignation of some technicians (critical shortage of technicians in the area - jobs readily available in both government and private sectors) . At least two technicians would be required at each location with late shift for safety reasons. . Parts availability would be an issue with the late shift. Stop all fabrication work Fleet Management has long provided welding and fabrication services to the County. Fabrication services would be stopped. Welding would be performed only to repair existing equipment components that are normally maintained by Fleet Management. Stop in-house capital improvement work Capital improvements such as installing light bars, towing hitches, tool boxes, computer stands, etc., would be outsourced. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 17 Limit roadside and on-site services to emergencies onlv Roadside and on-site services would be limited to emergencies only during normal duty hours. Other vehicles/equipment would be towed to Fleet Management. This would significantly increase towing costs to the County (average tow costs for a light truck is around $60; average for a heavy truck or heavy equipment $200-$250). IMPACT OF 2008 UNFUNDED POSITIONS ON OVERTIME REQUIREMENTS A shop manager and additional automotive technician are being requested in FY 2008 to man the new transit/para-transit bus maintenance facility on Radio Road. If these positions are approved the requirement for overtime during normal duty hours (about 800 hours) for the bus systems would be reduced to approximately 200 hours for FY 2008. Additionally, availability rates of the buses would most likely improve from the present 92%. Three technicians including the working shop manager are planned at the bus facility for current requirements. If the two new positions are not approved and no overtime is approved, the feasibility of opening the new bus maintenance shop in FY 2008 must be re-evaluated. OVERTIME FUNDING REQUEST The amount of personnel overtime requested depends on approval of the two unfunded automotive technicians for the new transit bus facility. Automotive Technicians approved: Overtime during normal duty hours Overtime for emergency after hours (two on-call technicians) Total $ 63,900 $ 60,500 $124,400 Automotive Technicians disapproved: Overtime during normal duty hours Overtime for emergency after hours (Transit bus shop not opened) Total $ 86,000 $ 42,500 $128,500 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 18 r FLEET MANAGEMENT FUND (521) FY 08 UNFUNDED REQUEST FOR AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN NEW BUS MAINTENANCE SHOP Fleet Management plans to open its new bus maintenance shop on Radio Road in October 2007 to coincide with the start of transit and para-transit bus operations at that site. Plans are to man the shop with three automotive technicians including the shop manager. One technician will be taken from the main Fleet Management shop at County Barn and two currently unfunded positions will be required. The labor hours of three technicians are necessary to maintain the current number of transit and para-transit buses at satisfactory service levels. TRANSIT/PARA-TRANSIT BUS MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS Bus maintenance and repair is one of the most demanding and maintenance intensive requirements of Fleet Management. Transit and para-transit buses are driven 4500 - 8500 very hard stop-and-go miles per month. This means that the 40 light to heavy-duty buses will require an average of one scheduled service per month. Wear items such as brakes, tires, belts, and wheel bearings must be replaced often and repairs between services are likely due to the heavy use. Adding significantly to maintenance requirements were the recent increase in daily operating hours of the transit buses and the addition of Sunday transit services (7 -day services). Since operating hours increased, transit bus availability has gone from 92% to 90% even when dedicating significant overtime to the bus system. AMBULANCE REQUIREMENTS New EMS stations have opened within the last two years and front-line ambulance requirements have increased from 21 to 27. Because of high mileage, hard use, and highly technical equipment, ambulances are also maintenance intensive. Keeping operational ambulances at all EMS stations 24-hours a day has been extremely challenging during the past year. Not helping matters were the five 11-12 year old, high-mileage spares that have become increasingly difficult to maintain. Some relief will come in late FY 2007 when replacement vehicles are received that includes the addition of two spare vehicles; however ambulance maintenance will still be a challenge. Emergency vehicles will continue to have first priority for repair and this will sometimes have adverse effects on the availability of transit buses and other vehicles and equipment. INCREASE IN VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT Vehicles and major equipment have increased by 233 items, including 99 on-road vehicles, since the beginning ofFY 2005. One automotive technician position has been added since that time. IMPACT OF FY06 CHANGES TO LEAVE AUTHORIZATIONS Change of leave authorization schedules in FY06 had an immediate effect of reducing automotive technician productivity by 440 hours annually. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 19 STAFFING LEVELS BELOW ACCEPTED STANDARDS Current Collier County ratio of technicians to major equipment: I: I 02 (Considers three shop managers with a third of their time dedicated to management and administration, and one small equipment mechanic/fuel truck driver who dedicates a third of his time to fuel delivery duties) Average equipment ratio of other Florida cities & counties: 1:60 (Based on a September 2004 survey conducted by the Florida Association of Governmental Fleet Administrators with responses from 10 counties, 34 cities, and 6 State agencies.) Average equipment ratio for the 10 counties alone: I :69(includes Seminole with contract maintenance) Average of9 counties without Seminole County: 1:76 Note: Only one other county surveyed, Manatee County, maintains transit buses. Manatee has a technician to equipment ratio of 1 :61. The Gainesville Regional Transit System also responded to the survey. This transit bus system provides internal maintenance for their buses and has a technician to equipment ratio of I :6. The accepted national standard of technicians to transit buses is one technician for every 8-10 transit buses. One additional technician plus the additional shop manager for the new CAT maintenance shop will give Collier County a technician to major equipment ratio of 1:92. Collier County has 14 automotive technicians and 112 small equipment mechanics for 805 vehicles and 680 major equipment items (1/2-time for one small equipment mechanic is for fuel truck duties). Of the 14 automotive technicians, three are shop managers with a third of their time devoted to management and administration. Not counted in the evaluation are over 1300 motorized hand-operated or hand-held equipment items (such as push mowers, edgers, pressure washers, blowers, etc.) also maintained by the Fleet Management Department. The National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA) Staffing Guide by equipment type, based on a 2001 national survey (attached), equates our needs to be 23 automotive technicians and 3 small equipment mechanics. IMPACT OF ADDED AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN Using efficiency measures already in place such as 4/10 workweek schedule/flexibility of 5th day overtime, after hours and weekend overtime, managed workflow and quality control, technician training and certification, and effective use of outsourcing, one additional automotive technician (along with the requested shop manager) should be adequate to maintain and possibly improve equipment availability rates with the current level of vehicles, equipment, and supported servIces. RAMIFICATIONS IF NOT APPROVED Probable drop in overall County vehicle and equipment operational availability rates. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 20 . FLEET MANAGEMENT FUND (521) FY 08 UNFUNDED REQUEST FOR AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN/SHOP MANAGER NEW BUS MAINTENANCE SHOP The new shop will require a shop manager to manage daily maintenance operations. Hislher duties will include establishing daily priorities, supervising shop personnel, organizing work activities, purchasing and managing repair parts and shop supplies, making outsourcing determinations and arrangements, and monitoring shop efficiency and quality control. The shop manager will be responsible for all shop administration, facility and equipment maintenance, safety, and physical security. He/she will coordinate daily with the Collier Area Transit (CAT) staff to ensure the appropriate buses are available to meet scheduled requirements. The shop manager will be a working manager in that two thirds of hislher time will be spent repairing and maintaining buses (wrench turning). TRANSIT/PARA-TRANSIT BUS MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS A very strong manager is needed for the bus maintenance shop to ensure there are no gaps in the fixed-route transit bus services and no scheduled pickups are missed by the Transportation Disadvantaged para-transit system. The manager must also ensure thorough quality work is performed to protect the County from the liability issues inherent with public transportation. The responsibilities of this manager will continue to grow as the bus systems continue to rapidly grow and expand their services. RAMIFICATIONS IF NOT APPROVED Opening the new bus maintenance shop would not be recommended if the shop manager position was not approved. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative SeNices Division 21 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 4,426,973 4,969,700 4,884,300 5,076,400 86,600 5,163,000 3.9% Operating Expense 7,297,711 8,623,700 8,500,200 8,895,800 300,900 9,196,700 6.6% Indirect Cost Reimburs 3,400 3,400 5,800 5,800 70.6% Capital Outlay 485,736 405,900 404,000 330,000 330,000 (18.7%) Remittances 22,968 34,900 na Net Operating Budget 12,233,388 14,002,700 13,S26,800 14,308,000 387,500 14,695,500 4.9% Trans to Special Rev Fds 7,402 na Reserves For Contingencies 13,600 12,800 12,800 (5.9%) Reserves For Capital 9,476,000 13,005,200 13,005,200 37.2% Total Budget 12,240,790 23,492,300 13,826,800 27,326,000 387,500 27,713,500 18.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Americans with Disabilities Act (190) 30,131 64,000 64,000 25,300 25,300 (60.5%) Conservation Collier Maintenance (174) 97,012 266,700 172,000 256,700 256,700 (3.7%) Facilities Management (001) 11,198,860 12,684,000 12,558,400 12,969,900 387,500 13,357,400 5.3% GAC Land Trust Fund (605) 23,619 3,700 35,000 4,000 4,000 8.1% Real Estate Services (001) 883,766 984,300 997,400 1,052,100 1,052,100 6.9% Total Net Budget 12,233,388 14,002,700 13,826,800 14,308,000 387,500 14,695,500 4.9% Total Transfers and Reserves 7,402 9,489,600 13,018,000 13,018,000 37.2% Total Budget 12,240,790 23,492,300 13,826,800 27,326,000 387,500 27,713,500 18.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 200S FY200S Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 28,004 26,000 24,100 24,000 24,000 (7.7%) Miscellaneous Revenues 34,426 21,000 25,600 329,700 329,700 1,470.0% Interest/Mise 267,155 82,000 221,600 110,000 110,000 34.1% Reimb From Other Depts 616,414 725,000 913,600 650,200 650,200 (10.3%) Net Cost General Fund 11,439,449 12,922,300 12,616,600 13,346,000 387,500 13,733,500 6.3% Trans fm 172 Conserv Collier Fd 2,189,900 2,750,700 2,750,700 2,938,200 2,938,200 6,8% Carry Forward 6,970,600 7,224,400 9,949,800 9,949,800 42.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (5,300) (21,900) (21,900) 313.2% Total Funding 14,575,348 23,492,300 23,776,600 27,326,000 387,500 27,713,500 18.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Facilities Management (001) 54.00 51.00 51.00 50.00 1.00 51.00 0% Real Estate Services (001) 12.00 12.00 12.00 1200 12.00 0% Total HE 66.00 63.00 63.00 62.00 1.00 63.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 22 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department Facilities Management (001) Mission Statement The mission of the Department of Facilities Management is to provide safe, clean, secure and comfortable facilities for our citizens and employees by ensuring all buildings, grounds and property acquisitions are managed, maintained and operated efficiently. The Facilities Management Department is comprised of Administration, Capital Construction/Renovations, Building Maintenance, County Security, Janitorial Service, Grounds Maintenance, Real Estate Services and Conservation Collier. Responsibilities include the maintenance and repair of all County owned and operated buildings (3,500,000 square feet), project management functions for all County buildings under construction and renovation, security operations, real estate acquisition and land conservation. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 221,701 Departmental Administration/Overhead Directs the functions/activities of the Facilities Management Department. Building Maintenance Maintain and repair the County's 660 buildings, including: electrical, plumbing, air conditioning and structural repairs, office renovations, preventative maintenance, physical plant maintenance, pest control, and fire and sprinkler alarm maintenance and como!iance. Capital Construction/Renovation Personnel Develop architectural designs and engineering specifications for construction of new facilities; provide in-house construction administration services and oroiect manaaement for BCC-owned facilities. Campus Utilities Provide funds for payments to utility companies for portions of electrical, trash, water and sewer costs for County facilities Custodial Services Provide competitive, sub-contracted janitorial cleaning services and the removal of oarbaae and recvctables for 106 buildinas. Indoor Air Quality Services Inspect and remediate indoor air quality (IAQ) complaints by investigating and cteaning ductwork and air-conditioning equipment ensuring public facilities are clean and free of dangerous airborne particles and molds; provides for scheduled svstematic cleanino of air convevance svstems. Grounds Maintenance Provide competitive sub-contracted manicured landscaping services to the County's main campus and 46 satellite facilities as well as to provide for ornamental oest controL fertilization. and mulchino_ Security Administration Provides overall administration and management oversight with proactive detection and protection of visitors, employees, courts and property from possible individual criminal acts and domestic terrorist activities. Coordinates criminal record checks in comoliance with County Ordinances. Security Operations Provides the necessary resources for detection of contraband and the protection of judiciary, employees, and visitors with optimum customer service, This includes, but is not limited to, security checkpoint staffing as well as interior and exterior foot patrols at county facilities, specifically the Main Courthouse and Government Center, Building F, Building H, the Immokalee Government Building, and the Community Development & Environmental Services buildino 2.00 40.00 6.00 0.50 0.50 1.00 Current Level of Service Budget 50.00 221,701 6,986,031 582,578 518,800 2,270,695 100,000 1,104,395 151,100 1,034,600 12,969.900 6,986.031 582,578 518,800 2,270,695 100,000 1,104,395 151,100 1,034,600 12,969,900 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 23 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department Facilities Management (001) Program Enhancements Grounds Maintenance Services - New Facilities Providing Grounds Maintenance Servcies (same as those provided to other facilities), to new facilities. New Facilities include the following: 2 Bay Street Homes and empty lot, EMS 49, EMS 73, Cat Operations, Wilson Blvd. Home, EMS 90 and Mercantile Sheriffs Office. Custodial Services - New Facilities Provides for Custodial Services to new facilities. These buildings include: Marco Island Library Addition, CAT Operations, Mercantile Sheriffs Office, Naples Scale House, Golden Gate Library Addition, Fleet Facility, and the Greentree Tax Office. Building Maintenance Services ~ New Facilities Building Maintenance Services and Supplies to support and provide services to new facilities. New facilities include: Marco Island Library Addition, CAT Operations, Mercantile Sheriffs Office, Naples Scale House, Golden Gate Librarv Addition. Fleet Facilitv. and the Greentree Tax Office. FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 109,200 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 109,200 77 ,300 77,300 114,400 114,400 Project Manager 1.00 86,600 86,600 Project Management Process Manager (Project Manager, Grade 22) Expanded Services Budget 1.00 387,500 387,500 Total Proposed Budget 51.00 13,357,400 13.357,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Average Days to Complete Work Orders 6.50 7.50 6.50 7.00 Internal investigations conducted 5 5 Number of Security Incident Reports 304 500 477 475 Persons scanned 671,428 800,000 857,200 850,000 Preventative Maintenance Tasks Completed 5,968 5,900 4,416 4,500 Security surveys conducted 23 20 26 15 Total Work Orders Completed 22,584 24,000 23,000 24,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 3,602,039 4,046,800 3,953,700 4,087,500 86,600 4,174,100 3.1% Operating Expense 7,142,578 8,301,800 8,271,200 8,552,400 300,900 8,853,300 6.6% Capital Outlay 454,243 335,400 333,500 330,000 330,000 (1.6%) Net Operating Budget 11,198,860 12,684,000 12,558,400 12,969,900 387,500 13,357,400 5.3% Total Budget 11,198,860 12,684,000 12,558,400 12,969,900 387,500 13,357,400 5.3% Total FTE 54.00 51.00 51.00 50.00 1.00 51.00 0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 1,158 na Reimb From Other Depts 169,357 120,000 260,000 (100.0%) Net Cost General Fund 11,028,345 12,564,000 12,298.400 12,969,900 387,500 13,357,400 6_3% Total Funding 11,198,860 12,684,000 12,558,400 12,969,900 387,500 13,357,400 5.3% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 24 , Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department FY 07 Forecast: Slight savings in Personal Services are anticipated as a result of temporarily vacant positions early in the fiscal year. FY 08 Current Services: One (1) FTE will be transferred to the Division Administration office, resulting in a decreased FTE count for FY 08 current services. Operating expenses are driven largely by the contracts with outside vendors to provide custodial and grounds maintenance services. Increases to the Custodial Services contract, in part driven by cost of living increases, amount to $59,200. Increases to Grounds Maintenance contracts amount to $55,100. In FY08 the Facilities Management Department will be absorbing the cost of electricity for the North Collier Government Center, resulting in a $91,000 increase in the utilities budget. FY 08 Expanded Services: Expanded Services budget of $387,500 represents two components. The first is $300,900 for the cost of providing the current level of custodial service ($77,300), grounds maintenance (109,200), and general building maintenance (114,400) to new facilities coming online in FY08. These facilities include the Marco Island Library Addition, CAT Operations, Mercantile Sheriff's Office, Naples Scale House, Golden Gate Library, County Barn Fleet Facility, Greentree Tax Office, and multiple EMS Stations. The second component of expanded services is a $86,600 request to fund a Senior Project Manager position. For FY 08 the Project Management Steering Committee, made up largely by Directors of user departments, is recommending an FTE be approved to support efforts to unifying the County's Project Management approach. This individual would be responsible for Project Management technology, standardization, training, consistency and implementation. This individual would also be responsible for Project Management process development and training. FY 08 Revenue: Reimbursements from other departments has been eliminated, as Facilities Management does not plan to provide these services, which includes those items outside of "routine" maintenance (hanging of shelving, vandalism cleanup, and repairs). Facilities will offer contract services to the requesting offices, for which direct payments may be made. Capital outlay for Building Maintenance amounts to $268,000 and is comprised of the following: .Building Improvements ($50,000) (I.e. fixtures, pumps, shutters, doors, windows or carpet) .General Improvements ($60,000) (ie fencing, sidewalk and driveway replacements) .Replacement of one vehicle ($22,000) as recommended by Fleet Management .One utility cart ($9,500) -Replacement office furniture ($25,000) .Replacement of large office equipment, including printers ($6,000) .Replacement audio visual equipment ($25,500) (ie building automation cameras) .Replacement of data processing equipment ($25,000), (ie PC units not maintained by the IT Department) -Other Machinery and Equipment ($45,000) for the replacement of failing equipment and tools utilized by the various trades within the Department Capital outlay for County Security amounts to $62,000 and is comprised of the following: -Vandalism deterrent system ($12,500) .Replacement magnetometer for the Main Courthouse ($7,500) .Installation of two security cameras in the Building H parking lot ($15,000) .Installation of a closed circuit television system in Building J ($27,000) Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 25 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department Real Estate Services (001) Mission Statement To provide professional property acquisition and management services that exceed customer expectations through courteous, expeditious, and knowledgeable handling of real estate transactions. Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead This program provides for the general administration of the department and fixed overhead. Property Acquisition This program provides for the acquisition and appraisal of land and land rights for all County divisions. Some examples are rights-of-way for aU utility projects, sites for parks, libraries, water treatment facilities, wastewater treatment facilities, EMS facilities, sites under the Conservation Collier program, and sites for administrative offices. Property Leasing and Management This program includes the leasing of both improved and unimproved property for County uses, as well as the leasing of County owned property to others for compatible uses and the issuance of licenses to non-far-profit organizations to hold special events on County owned property. Resolving ordinance violations on vacant County owned property also falls within this orocram lake Trafford Cemetery This program provides for the daily administration of the cemetery, selling burial plots, assigning plots for indigent burials, arranging for the flagging of plots for all burials, ordering vaults and arranging for the opening and closing of graves for indicent burials. and for oavment of utilities and other associated costs GAC land Trust Property This program includes administering the GAC Land Trust Fund, negotiating and processing sales of trust property, and processing requests from departments for use of trust funds for capital projects that will benefit the residents of Golden Gate Estates. Revenue is from processing fees for sales requests. Sales revenue and exoenses are shown in GAC land Trust Fund (605) Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget Program Performance Measures Percent of appraisals/cost estimates prepared/reviewed on schedule agreed upon with customer. Percent of funeral home or public requests for services responded to within two hours of receipt of request. Percent of leases acquired on schedule Percent of Jeasesllicenses held in compliance with lease/license terms. Percent of parcels purchased on schedule. Percent of property sales closed within 120 days of contract. Percent of Public, Commissioner and Divisional requests responded to within two days of receipt of request. FY 2008 Total FTE 2.00 FY 2008 Budget 204,893 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 204.893 8.50 691.796 660,000 41,796 0.50 49.080 49,080 0.50 74,080 25,800 48,280 0.50 32,251 200 32,051 12.00 1,052,100 676,000 376,100 12.00 1,052,100 676.000 376,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Actual Budget Forecast Budget 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 46 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 26 y Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department Real Estate Services (001) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 824,934 922,900 930,600 988,900 988,900 7.2% Operating Expense 57,470 54,900 60,300 63,200 63,200 15.1% Capital Outlay 1,361 6,500 6,500 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 883,766 984,300 997,400 1,052,100 1,052,100 6.9% Total Budget 883,766 984,300 997,400 1,052,100 1,052,100 6.9% Total HE 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 5 na Miscellaneous Revenues 25,600 21,000 25,600 25,800 25,800 22.9% Reimb From Other Depts 447,056 605,000 653,600 650,200 650,200 7.5% Net Cost General Fund 411,104 358,300 318,200 376,100 376,100 5.0% Total Funding 883,766 984,300 997,400 1,052,100 1,052,100 6.9% FY 07 Forecast: Personal Services expenditures are higher than budgeted, reflecting a 10% pay raise for an employee to temporarily fill a higher position. This pay change will cany over into FY 2008. Operating Expenses for the Immokalee Cemetery are forecast above budgeted amounts, based on a January 1, 2007 increase to the cost of adult and infant burial vaults (40% and 12% increases, respectively). The cost of water and sewer and recording cemetery deeds have also increased. Offsetting revenue is also forecast higher than budgeted due to services provided to the County's Solid Waste Department for two unanticipated acquisition projects. FY 08 Current: Personal Services increases are a result of the above mentioned pay adjustment as well as planned career progression for current employees. Anticipated revenues are calculated based on an a billing rate increase from $60 per hour to $70 per hour, as well as a greater number of billable hours relating to an increase in projects. In addition, revenues include $25,700 for the anticipated sale of 68 burial plots at Lake Trafford Cemetery. Fiscal Year 2008 AdmInistrative Services Division 27 Collter County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department GAC land Trust Fund (605) Mission Statement To efficiently and effectively market Golden Gate Estates lots currently owned by Collier County, and identity needs for services within the Golden Gate Estates area and to set priorities for the funding of necessary improvements and/or support equipment to provide these services. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 1.777,500 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost GAC land Sales Expenses associated with selling Golden Gate Estates lots This program is pursuant to an agreement dated November 15, 1983, between Avatar Properties, Inc. and Collier County. As of April 2, 2007, there remain 8.94 acres available for sale and 109 acres in reserve. The expenses shown below do not include payroll and associated expenses allocated in General Fund lOon 1,777.500 Current Level of Service Budget 1,777,500 1.777,500 Total Proposed Budget 1,777,500 1,777,500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 651 3,700 100 4,000 4,000 8.1% Remittances 22,968 34,900 na Net Operating Budget 23,619 3,700 35,000 4,000 4,000 8.1% Reserves For Contingencies 300 (100.0%) Reserves For Capital 1.448,600 1,773,500 1,773,500 22.4% Total Budget 23,619 1,452,600 35,000 1,777,500 1,777,500 22.4% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 303,900 303,900 na Interest/Mise 60,006 32,000 61,600 60,000 60,000 87.5% Carry Forward 1,422,100 1,405,200 1,431,800 1,431,800 0.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,500) (18,200) (18,200) 1,113.3% Total Funding 60,006 1,452,600 1,466,800 1,777,500 1,777,500 22.4% FY 07 Forecast Forecast expenditures include remittances to Golden Gate Fire District and Big Corkscrew Fire Control and Rescue District for $2,900 for educational materials and $32,000 for a vehicle upgrade, respectively. FY 08 Current Due to the fluctuating nature of the real estate market, land sales have proved very difficult to predict. However, the FY 08 budget anticipates revenues and expenditures associated with four (4) land sales. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 28 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department Americans with Disabilities Act (190) Mission Statement Revenues generated by concession fees from the County's Government Complex Snack Bar are used to improve handicapped and general accecability to government facilities and to ensure County employees with special needs have the proper equipment to function in the workplace. Program Summary Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Upgrade County facilities to improve handicapped access to government facilities and Durchase eauioment for County emolovees with soecial needs Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 25.300 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 25,300 25,300 25,300 Total Proposed Budget 25,300 25,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 25,300 25,300 na Capital Outlay 30,131 64,000 64,000 (100,0%) Net Operating Budget 30,131 64,000 64,000 25,300 25,300 (60.5%) Total Budget 30,131 64,000 64,000 25,300 25,300 (60.5%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 27,999 26,000 24,100 24,000 24,000 (7.7%) Interest/Mise (202) na Carry Forward 39,300 42,400 2,500 2,500 (93.6%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,300) (1,200) (1,200) (7.7%) Total Funding 27,797 64,000 66,500 25,300 25,300 (60.5%) FY 07 Forecast: Forecast revenue is based on 5 months of data from FY 07 and reflects average monthly collections from the County's Government Complex Snack Bar concession fees. FY 08 Current: Carryforward is virtually eliminated due to the projected expenditure of funds in FY 07; therefore, FY 08 expenditures will be dependent upon monthly revenues as they become available. Proposed projects are reviewed and prioritized by criticality of compliance with standards set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 29 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department Conservation Collier Maintenance (174) Mission Statement The purpose of the Conservation Collier program is to acqUire and manage environmentally sensitive lands. Funds for program administration, staffing, and acquisition of land are budgeted In the Conservation Collier land Acquisition Fund (172). The funds for managing acquired properties are budgeted in the Conservation Collier Maintenance Fund (174). FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 6,200 6,200 Fixed overhead costs of program administration such as insurance and indirect cost reimbursement. land Management 250,500 250.500 Land management activities such as fencing, exotic plant treatment and control and other restoration activities that are specified by land management plans developed for each of the properties acquired. Land management is funded through a transfer of 15% of the funds raised by the Conservation Collier tax law land Management Revenues 11,244,500 11.244,500 Reserves set aside for future land management activities. Current Level of Service Budget 11,501,200 11,501,200 Total Proposed Budget 11.501,200 11,501,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Acres to be managed 387 830 428 716 FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 97,012 263,300 168,600 250,900 250,900 (4.7%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 3,400 3,400 5,800 5,800 70_6% Net Operating Budget 97,012 266,700 172,000 266,700 256,700 (3.7%) Trans to Special Rev Fds 7,402 na Reserves For Contingencies 13,300 12,800 12,800 (3.8%) Reserves For Capital 8,027,400 11,231,700 11,231,700 39.9% Total Budget 104,414 8,307,400 172,000 11,501,200 11,501,200 38.4% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 7,668 na InteresUMisc 207,351 50,000 160,000 50,000 50,000 0% Trans fm 172 Conserv Collier Fd 2,189,900 2,750,700 2,750,700 2,938,200 2,938,200 6_8% Carry Forward 5,509,200 5,776,800 8,515,500 8,515,500 546% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (2,500) (2,500) (2,500) 0% Total Funding 2,404,919 8,307,400 8,687,500 11,501,200 11,501,200 38.4% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 30 w Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Facilities Management Department FY 07 Forecast Acres managed and operating expenses are forecast to be lower than budgeted due to lower than expected land maintenance costs; this can largely be attributed to the Program's qualification to receive maintenance services from the Bureau of Invasive Plant Management at no cost to the Program. FY 08 Current There is a budgeted revenue transfer of $2,938,200 for perpetual maintenance of purchased conservation lands (representing 15% of the Conservation Collier tax levy) in accordance with the enabling ordinance. Budgeted operating expenses of $250,900 reflect estimated amounts required for maintenance of lands acquired through the Conservation Collier Program. Increases to this amount occur as more land is acquired through the Program. FY 08 Unfunded Request: $27,000 is requested for costs associated with purchasing and maintaining a vehicle for the management of Conservation Collier Lands. Conservation Collier lost the use of a 4x4 vehicle as the result of an agency reorganization in FY 07. Management activities require the use of a 4x4 large-bed vehicle with towing capacity, which is no longer available to staff for consistent use. The request includes purchase price, insurance, and related fleet maintenance costs. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 31 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Human Resources Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,426,709 1,629,200 1,607,800 1,709,200 1,709,200 4.9% Operating Expense 248,971 254,400 254,400 311,100 311,100 22.3% Capital Outlay 2,933 6,000 6,000 3,000 3,000 (50.0%) Net Operating Budget 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% Total Budget 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Human Resources - General Fund (001) 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% Total Net Budget 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% Total Transfers and Reserves oa Total Budget 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 1,034 200 500 500 500 150.0% Net Cost General Fund 1,677,579 1,889,400 1,867,700 2,022,800 2,022,800 7.1% Net Cost Community Development na Total Funding 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Human Resources- General Fund (001) 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 19,00 0% Total FTE 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 32 y Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Human Resources Department Human Resources - General Fund (001) Mission Statement To provide quality strategic Human Resources leadership and technical expertise to both the internal and external customers of the Collier County Board of County Commissioners that "Exceeds the Expectations" of our customers, supports the wellness of our employees, and demonstrates unquestionable ethical values. Program Summary FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 2.00 283.577 283,577 6.00 590,267 590,267 6.00 620.525 500 620,025 3.00 311,938 311,938 2.00 216,993 216,993 Administration Plan, organize and direct the activities, staff and resources of the Human Resources services. Oversee all operations within the Department, as well as ensure adherence to best oractice Human Resources Manaoement standards. Employee Relations Provide Human Resource services to our employees that balance employee advocacy. meet allleoal oblioations and suooort County obiectives. Operations Execute our daily operations in a consistent, fair, and logical manner that exceeds our internal and external customers' exoectations. Career Development and Employee Retention Provide the right training programs, at the right time, in the right place to meet all of our employees' needs and to continue the professional growth and develoomenl of the Human Resources staff. Employee Compensation and Classification Design, communicate, implement and administer an integrated, comprehensive approach to compensation, that is a tool for management to attract and retain employees, and to drive performance that exceeds our customers' exoectalions. Current Level ot Service Budget 19.00 2,023,300 500 2,022,800 Total Proposed Budget 19.00 2,023,300 500 2,022,800 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Employee Training Hours Completed 16,554 16,552 16,000 17 .380 Employee Turnover (as a % at total FTE's) 15.70 10.50 8.63 8.60 Employment Applications Processed 8.200 9,300 10,000 12.500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,426,709 1,629,200 1,607,800 1,709,200 1,709,200 4.9% Operating Expense 248,971 254,400 254,400 311,100 311,100 22.3% Capital Outlay 2,933 6,000 6,000 3,000 3,000 (50.0%) Net Operating Budget 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% Total Budget 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% Total HE 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 1,034 200 500 500 500 150.0% Net Cost General Fund 1,677,579 1,889,400 1,867,700 2,022,800 2,022,800 7.1% Net Cost Community Development na Total Funding 1,678,613 1,889,600 1,868,200 2,023,300 2,023,300 7.1% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 33 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Human Resources Department FY 08 Current: Operating budget reflects an increase of $56,300, as the department wilt be incurring the total cost of the County Training Programs in lieu of individual allocations in each department budget. This method of allocation aims to increase productivity in both the Human Resources department and the Finance department, provide training to additional employees at a lower unit cost, as well as make the system compatible with the new online registration process. There is no net cost to the General Fund (001) associated with centralizing this expenditure, and all funds will be used to provide in-house training to County employees. Exclusive of this change the total increase in the operating budget amounts to $400, or less than 1 %. Capital Outlay of $3,000 is for replacement office furniture. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 34 , Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Information Technology Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 3,657,146 4,175,000 3,928,400 4,253,100 4,253,100 1.9% Operating Expense 2,874,681 3,425,100 3,268,000 3,816,300 7,800 3,824,100 11.6% Capital Outlay 295,066 238,000 237,300 145,000 49,000 194,000 (18.5%) Net Operating Budget 6,826,894 7,838,100 7,433,700 8,214.400 56,800 8,271,200 5.5% Reserves For Contingencies 54,000 59,000 59,000 9.3% Total Budget 6,826,894 7,892,100 7,433,700 8,273,400 56,800 8,330,200 5.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change 800 MHz Radio System Fund (188) 1,044,774 1,137,000 1,023,200 1,180,300 1,180,300 3.8% Information Technology Department (001) 5,782,119 6,701,100 6,410,500 7,034,100 56,800 7,090,900 5.8% Total Net Budget 6,826,894 7,838,100 7,433,700 8,214,400 56,800 8,271,200 5.5% Total Transfers and Reserves 54,000 59,000 59,000 9.3% Total Budget 6,826,894 7,892,100 7,433,700 8,273,400 56,800 8,330,200 5.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 598,224 629,800 629,800 656,200 656,200 4.2% Miscellaneous Revenues 171,284 151,100 154,500 112,100 112,100 (25.8%) Interest/Mise (752) na Reimb From other Depts 1,732,477 1,751,700 1,751,700 1,636,400 1,636,400 (6.6%) Property & Casualty Billings 7,800 7,800 6,300 6,300 (19.2%) Workers Comp Billings 2,600 3,600 3,600 3,600 38.5% Net Cost General Fund 4,177,514 5,054,000 4,762,400 5,512,800 56,800 5,569,600 10.2% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 118,500 155,700 155,700 100,400 100,400 (35.5%) Carry FOlWard 178,400 252,200 284,000 284,000 59.2% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (39,000) (38,400) (38,400) (1.5%) Total Funding 6,797,246 7,892,100 7,717,700 8,273,400 56,800 8,330,200 5.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast. Current Expanded Proposed Change Information Technology Department 48.00 49,00 49.00 49.00 49.00 0% (001) Total FTE 48.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 35 Collier COllnty Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Information Technology Department Information Technology Department (001) Mission Statement . Operate, maintain, safeguard, coordinate growth and manage the convergence of the County's communications infrastructure: 800 MHz Public Safety Radio System Telecommunication System Data Networks and Core Network Services . Manage the lifecycle of the County's technology assets and core productivity software. . Plan, implement, operate, maintain, and integrate the line-of-business software applications, their underlying databases and their technology platforms on behalf of County Departments. . Safeguard the County's data, to assure the integrity of our databases, compliance with regulations and statutes, and to manage data storage systems and their growth. . Extend 24x7 access to County data and Internet services to the public. . Provide customer service to county staff (service desk, field training, support, equipment procurement, cellular services, maintenance, etc.). . Develop and administer policies, standards, and planning processes to support the management, procurement and collaborative use of systems, services, and equipment. Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead Plan and direct IT, telecommunications, Internet, 800 MHz Radio strategy and programs. Perform department administrative work and support administrative services (copying, payroll, general secretarial work). Coordination of agency strateov with deoartment imalementation alan and customer arOUDS. Security Administration Define security standards and policies necessary to protect the information assets of Collier County, to ensure confidentiality of information, integrity of data, systems and operations, technical compliance for HIPAA, and to maintain business continuity plan for the BCC. Develop strategies for the protection of information assets; establish proactive programs to meet the department's reaulatorv. leaal. and fiduciarv resoonsibilities. Business Systems - Direct Client Support Provide consulting services, recommendations, training, and implementation services for automated solutions replacing current manual processes or business applications currently in production, which have reached end of life cvcle. Geographical Information Systems (GIS) & Development Support Planning, Support and Implementation of Geographical lnformallon Systems for the entire agency and collaboration with constitutional agencies to improve design and utilize GJS systems. Continuation of agency strategy for database administration. aroarammina and Internet Web Services. IT Operations Support for 1,500 desktop computers that provide access 10 server based applications and basic office productivity tools. Management of hardware and software assets, maintain and repair the hardware and help desk support Maintain and expand the Board's data communications infrastructure across three main functionai areas: Network Maintenance, Server Maintenance and Teleohone Svstem Maintenance includina 3.500 extensions. Telecommunications Operations Operate, manage, and maintain a multi-node telephone switch network serving 3,500 extensions at 8 locations for BCC Agencies, Constitutional Agencies excludina the Sheriff. State Aaencies and Court Services. Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE 3.00 FY 2008 Budget 593,600 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 593,600 2.00 409,300 409,300 12.00 1,175,800 1,521,300 -345,500 10.00 1,035,000 1,035,000 21.00 3,748,576 3,748,576 1.00 71.824 71,824 49.00 7,034,100 1,521,300 5,512,800 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 36 y Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Information Technology Department Information Technology Department (001) Program Enhancements FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 56,800 56,800 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 56.800 56,800 Additional IT Vehicles Expanded Services Budget Total Proposed Budget 49.00 7,090.900 1,521.300 5.569,600 Program Performance Measures Agenda software availability (as a %) COPlus availability (as a %) Email Availability (as a %) GIS availability (as a %) Internet Access availability (as a %) Utility Billing availability (as a %) FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Budget Forecast Budget 99.90 99.92 99.90 99.00 99.35 99.00 99.99 99.96 99.99 99.99 99.85 99.99 99.99 99.98 99.99 99.90 99.91 99.90 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 3,657,146 4,175,000 3,928,400 4,253,100 4,253,100 1.9% Operating Expense 1,851,078 2,288,100 2,244,800 2,636,000 7,800 2,643,800 15.5% Capital Outlay 273,895 238,000 237,300 145,000 49,000 194,000 (18.5%) Net Operating Budget 5,782,119 6,701,100 6,410,500 7,034,100 56,800 7,090,900 5.8% Total Budget 5,782,119 6,701,100 6,410,500 7,034,100 56,800 7,090,900 5.8% Total FTE 48.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 49.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 2,357 na Reimb From Other Depts 1,602,249 1,636,700 1,636,700 1,511,400 1,511,400 rr.7%) Property & Casualty Billings 7,800 7,800 6,300 6,300 (19.2%) Workers Camp Billings 2,600 3,600 3,600 3,600 38.5% Net Cost General Fund 4,177,514 5,054,000 4,762,400 5,512,800 56,800 5,569,600 10.2% Total Funding 5,782,119 6,701,100 6,410,500 7,034,100 56,800 7,090,900 5.8% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 37 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Information Technology Department FY 07 Forecast: Personal Services forecast is 6% below budget, reflecting a high number of vacant positions within the department. While savings are accrued in this area, they are offset by higher operating costs as the department backfills positions with contracted work. FY 08 Current Expenditures: Personal services expenditures are budgeted to increase by 1.9% for FYOB. This slight increase results from filling positions at lower salaries, as well as eliminating budgeted overtime expenditures, per budget instructions. Based on historical trends, the department believes that savings accrued through attrition will be enough to offset the costs of overtime throughout FY08; however, if attrition of this magnitude does not occur the following service level cuts will be necessary in order to stay within the budgeted amount for personal services expenditures: . The department will grant Compensatory (Comp) Time only for work that must be done in off hours. This will result in reduced staffing during core hours - and longer service times. This most directly impacts the team that staffs the telephone help lines. Since they are non-exempt and cannot be paid overtime, they will require camp time, resulting in fewer people manning the phones. Therefore fewer customers will get direct access to help desk staff, and more customers will wait longer on hold. . The department will recommend setting a policy that IT staff will support other department's requests for off hour support only when they fund the required overtime (town hall meetings, BeC meetings, EOC - activations etc.). . IT Service Desk hours will be reduced from 7:30 - 5 to 8-5 M-F. . IT will request that the policy for carrying camp time be relaxed in anticipation of the amount of Camp Time expected. Alternately, funding for overtime could be provided by transferring costs for Parks and Recreation Network Performance upgrades that were installed in FY07 from the IT operating budget to the Parks and Recreation Department operating budget. This would make $38,400 available for overtime and would allow the IT Department budget to remain within expenditure guidelines. FY 08 operating expenses are increasing by 15.5%, which is largely driven by the costs of maintaining an expanding network, providing performance upgrades to the County's wide area network, and moving costs from capital projects to ongoing operating expenses. Capital Outlay of $145,000 includes two requests: $10,000 to replace desktop computer hardware that is running a mission critical security application with a proper rack mounted server. $135,000 for additional modules and services associated with work request system we are planning to deploy this fiscal year. This system is compliant with the standards adopted by the International Standards Organization (ISO). FY 08 Revenues: Reimbursements from other departments are expected to decrease in FY08 as a result of changes in discretionary billable application support from divisions in the BCC Agency. These revenues are directly related to the amount of support each division anticipates requesting. This decrease is in part due to the shift of some application support to users, and in part due to cuts in anticipated service requests by other users. FY 08 Expanded Requests: $56,800 is requested in FY08 for the purchase and maintenance of two vehicles. The department has been advised by Risk Management that due to the nature of the work the network engineers are engaged in and their consistent, regular use of their personal vehicles in the conduct of their jobs, they are putting themselves at risk should they get into an accident. Furthermore their insurance companies are within their rights to increase their insurance premiums to reflect the use of personal vehicles for business purposes. Two vehicles are requested this year; after assessing the effectiveness, additional requests may be submitted next year. The impact of not funding this request would be lower service levels as staff may rightfully refuse to use their personal vehicles at the risk of increasing their insurance premiums. They would provide service as department vehicles become available. FY 08 Unfunded Requests: 1. Managed Network Services - $300,000 . As the BCe data network expands, users have the expectation that their phones and computers should work and be supported longer than our current 8 AM to 5 PM services. In lieu of adding staff to cover a 2nd and then a 3rd shift, we are recommending the use of outsourced services, which in the IT industry are called "Managed Network Services." Managed Network Services for Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 38 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Information Technology Department expanded hours of support is planned to be an annually recurring expense. . The impact of not funding this request would be to maintain the current level of service. Currently IT systems, networks and phones are supported Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM. There is no service level defined for support beyond those hours, even though many of the system's users conduct business dependent on IT systems and services beyond those hours. 2. Microsoft Enterprise Agreement - (partial) Over the last three fiscal years, the agency has spent a total of $1 ,549,000 via a Capital Project to obtain licenses to the suite of Microsoft products currently in use within the agency. Now that we own these licenses, we have to pay maintenance fees which by policy must come from our operating budget. If we fail to pay maintenance costs, we will not be entitled to any future releases and will have to purchase licenses for product upgrades. The products in question and the amount of annual maintenance costs are: Microsoft Office Professional/Core Client Access License - $204,454 Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition - $7,969 Sharepoint Server - $13,312 3. Office 2007 Training - $75,000 Due to fairly dramatic changes to the user interface of Office 2007, the IT Executive Committee (ITEe) decided to deploy Office 2007 only with appropriate user training. The agency would like to upgrade to Office 2007 to take advantage of several new productivity features and advanced integration with other Microsoft components. There are two possible impacts of not funding this request: . Do not deploy Office 2007 in FY08. . Revisit fTEC decision and consider deploying Office 2007 without training. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 39 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Information Technology Department 800 MHz Radio System Fund (188) Mission Statement To provide funding for operational costs of the 800 MHz Inter-government Radio System, which provides service to 3,500 radios in thirty.seven (37) public safety and general government agencies or departments. Assure radio system availability 100% of the time. Program Summary 800 MHz Radio System Maintenance To provide operational costs of the 800 MHz system including monthly utility costs and lease payments for tower sites, as well as periodic maintenance of on-site comoonents Reserves FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total HE Budget Revenues Net Cost 1,180,300 1,180.300 59.000 59.000 1,239,300 1,239.300 1,239,300 1,239.300 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 1,023,603 1,137,000 1,023,200 1,180,300 1,180,300 3.8% Capital Outlay 21,171 na Net Operating Budget 1,044,774 1,137,000 1,023,200 1,180,300 1,180,300 3.8% Reserves For Contingencies 54,000 59,000 59,000 9.3% Total Budget 1,044,774 1,191,000 1,023,200 1,239,300 1,239,300 4.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 598,224 629,800 629,800 656,200 656,200 4.2% Miscellaneous Revenues 168,927 151,100 154,500 112,100 112,100 (25.8%) Interest/Mise (752) na Reimb From Other Depts 130,229 115,000 115,000 125,000 125,000 8.7% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 118,500 155,700 155,700 100,400 100,400 (35.5%) Carry Forward 178,400 252,200 284,000 284,000 59.2% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (39,000) (38,400) (38,400) (1.5%) Total Funding 1,015,127 1,191,000 1,307,200 1,239,300 1,239,300 4.1% FY 08 Current: Operating Expenses reflect inflationary increases in utilities and maintenance agreements. FY 08 Revenue: Charges for Service includes charges for radio maintenance ($31,200) and proceeds from a $12.50 surcharge on moving traffic violations ($625,000), Revenue is forecast based on average monthly collections through April 2007. Miscellaneous Revenue is reduced due to two tenants on the County Bam lower relocating to other towers. Fiscai Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 40 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Purchasing Department FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,339,281 1,528,600 1,489,900 1,645,500 1,645,500 7.6% Operating Expense 137,325 176,900 128,400 137,600 137,600 (22.2%) Capital Outlay 11,663 6,000 5,200 10,300 10,300 71_7% Net Operating Budget 1,488,269 1,711,500 1,623,500 1,793,400 1,793,400 4.8% Total Budget 1,488,269 1,711,500 1,623,500 1,793,400 1,793,400 4.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Purchasing Department (001) 1.488,269 1,711,500 1,623,500 1,793,400 1,793,400 4.8% Total Net Budget 1,488,269 1,711,500 1,623,500 1,793,400 1,793,400 4.8% Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 1.488,269 1,711,500 1,623,500 1.793,400 1,793,400 4.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 29,025 30,300 11,000 5,400 5,400 (82.2%) Sewer Revenue 92,720 n. Miscellaneous Revenues 475,121 360,000 350,000 350,000 350,000 (2.8%) Net Cost General Fund 891,403 1,321,200 1,262,500 1,438,000 1,438,000 8.8% Total Funding 1,488,269 1.711,500 1,623,500 1,793,400 1,793,400 4.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Purchasing Department (001) 19.50 20.50 20.50 20.50 20.50 0% Total HE 19.50 20.50 20.50 20.50 20.50 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 41 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Purchasing Department Purchasing Department (001) Mission Statement . To plan for and promote the open, proper and competitive procurement of commodities and services in a cost efficient and cost-effective manner. . To provide various additional support services that efficiently and effectively facilitate the missions of the various using departments Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead Acquisition Planning and Production Develop and maintain multi-year acquisition plans; prepare, issue and administer formal sealed bid and proposal solicitations processes; facilitate staff selection and evaluation processes; review and approve executive summaries; publish newsletters and notify vendors of prospective bid/proposal oDDortunities. Issue non-neootiated aoreements General Operations Support SAP production, training and support, mail pickup and delivery, and surplus orooertv transfers and sales. Contracts Adminlstration Negotiate, process and issue consulting and other services agreements; review/prepare/negotiate and issue contract modifications, oversee vendor/contractor performance in coordination with user agencies. Institute and manaoe disDute resolution actions. Current level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget Program Performance Measures Number of employees trained in SAP system, purchasing, and contracting practices Percent of bid invitations issued within 10 days of receipt Percent of RFP's issued within 12 days of receipt Program Budgetary Cost Summary Personal Services Operating Expense Capital Outlay FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted 1,528,600 176,900 6,000 1,711,500 1,711,500 20.50 Net Operating Budget Total Budget 1,339,281 137,325 11,663 1,488,269 1,488.269 Total FTE 19.50 Program Funding Sources Charges For Services Sewer Revenue Miscellaneous Revenues Net Cost General Fund FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted 30,300 29,025 92,720 475,121 891,403 1,488,269 360,000 1,321,200 1,711,500 Total Funding FY 2007 Forecast 1,489,900 128,400 5,200 1,623,500 1,623,500 20.50 FY 2007 Forecast 11,000 350,000 1,262,500 1,623,500 FY 2008 Total FTE 2.00 6.00 6.00 6.50 20.50 20.50 FY 2006 Actual 285 FY 2008 Current 1,645,500 137,600 10,300 1,793,400 1,793,400 20.50 FY 2008 Current 350,000 1,438,000 1,793,400 FY 2008 Budget 235,603 465,575 608,627 583,596 1,793,400 1,793,400 FY 2007 Budget 200 83 84 FY 2008 Expanded FY 2008 Expanded 5,400 FY 2008 Revenues 100 5.150 350,000 150 355,400 355,400 FY 2007 Forecast 660 75 75 85 82 FY 2008 Net Cost 235,503 460,425 158,627 583,445 1,438,000 1,438,000 FY 2008 Budget 400 75 75 FY 2008 Change 7.6% (22.2%) 71.7% 4.8% 4.8% 0% FY 2008 Change (82.2%) na (2.8%) 8.8% 4.8% FY 2008 Proposed 1,645,500 137,600 10,300 1,793,400 1,793,400 20.50 FY2008 Proposed 5,400 350,000 1,438,000 1,793,400 Fiscal Year 2008 . 42 Administrative Services Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Purchasing Department FY 08 Current Overall increases to the Personal Services expenditures are largely due to career progression and development of current employees. In FY 07 the BCC approved a transition to an online bidding system that allows the County to streamline the solicitation process and provide a higher level of seJvice to prospective vendors. The FY 08 budget, therefore, reflects the resulting savings in both salaries ($14,000) and postage ($3,500). At the same time, the department has budgeted an increase in operating expenditures due to the reallocation of many mail-related services to the County's mail service provider. The Surplus Property budget reflects a decrease in contractual services ($44,000) as the result of a contractual change in the collection of auction revenues, but is offset entirely by a decrease in anticipated auction revenues (Charges for Services). Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 43 Colher County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Risk Management Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY200S FY 200S Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 983,427 1,032,000 1,030,100 1,114,200 1,114,200 8.0% Operating Expense 31,876,115 36,184,800 36,022,600 40,084,400 40,084,400 10.8% Property & Casualty Claims 7,414,582 1,700,000 4,550,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 (26.5%) Short Term Disability Ins 349,248 319,600 298,200 319,600 319,600 0% Long Term Disability Ins 390,282 391,400 460,000 474,000 474,000 21.1% Workers Camp Ins 1,126,834 1,340,000 1,270,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 0% Capital Outlay 34,912 54,700 160,300 54,700 54,700 0% Net Operating Budget 42,175,400 41,022,500 43,791,200 44,636,900 44,636,900 8.8% Reserves For Contingencies 887,100 827,700 827,700 (6.7%) Reserves for Insurance 851,000 22,761,400 25,441,600 25,441,600 11.8% Total Budget 43,026,400 64,671,000 43,791,200 70,906,200 70,906,200 9.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY 200S FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Group Health & Life Insurance Fund 24,356.425 28,481,000 28,365.900 30,806.800 30,806,800 8.2% (517) Property & Casualty Insurance Fund 15,473,120 9,997,000 13,061.800 11,300,700 11,300,700 13.0% (516) Worker's Compensation Fund (518) 2,345,856 2,544,500 2,363,500 2,529,400 2,529,400 (0.6%) Total Net Budget 42,175,400 41,022,500 43,791,200 44,636,900 44,636,900 8.8% Total Transfers and Reserves S51,000 23,64S,500 26,269,300 26,269,300 11.1% Total Budget 43,026,400 64,671,000 43,791,200 70,906,200 70,906,200 9.6% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY 200S FY 2008 FY 200S Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change FEMA - Fed Emerg Mgt Agency 2,500,000 na Charges For Services na Miscellaneous Revenues 4,318,104 750,000 4,440,400 500,000 500,000 (33.3%) Interest/Mise (69,328) na Other Financing Sources 31,467 na Property & Casualty Billings 8,574,545 10,430,800 10.964,300 11,438,500 11,438,500 9.7% Group Health Billings 27,216,233 24,840,600 24.755.000 24,940,700 24,940,700 0.4% Dental Billings 2,825 1,696,300 1,681.500 1,700,000 1,700,000 0.2% Ufe Insurance Billings 513,428 805,100 785.000 815,700 815,700 1.3% Short Term Disability Billings 679.988 319,000 384,000 399,000 399,000 25.1% Long Term Disability Billings 204,160 391,400 456,000 474,000 474,000 21.1% Workers Comp Billings 2,042,887 2,468,500 2,468.500 2.679,600 2.679,600 8.6% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 75.000 na Carry Forward 23,006,800 23,139.800 27,958,700 27,958,700 21.5% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (37,500) (100.0%) Total Funding 43,514,307 64,671,000 71,649,500 70,906,200 70,906,200 9.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Property & Casualty Insurance Fund 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% (516) Group Health & Life Insurance Fund 5.75 5.75 5.75 5.75 5.75 0% (517) Worker's Compensation Fund (518) 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% Total FTE 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative SeNices Division 44 Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Risk Management Department Property & Casualty Insurance Fund (516) Mission Statement The mission of the Risk Management Department is to continuously develop, manage, and improve the County's risk finance, group insurance, safety, and occupational health programs in order to provide quality, cost-effective support to our customers; to protect the County's financial interests against frequent and/or catastrophic loss; and to do our utmost to assure that the County's employees go home safely each day. FY 200S FY 200S FY 200S FY 200S Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Property and Casualty Insurance Program 2.00 11,36S,SOO 11,36S,SOO To provide Property and Casualty Insurance, Risk Financing Services, Claims Management, and Loss Control services to County Departments and Constitutional Aaencies Dursuant to Florida Statutes Chaoter 768.28. Safety and Loss Control Program 1.00 105,200 105,200 To develop Occupational Safety and Health Programs to prevent injury and illness to employees arising out of the work environment and to third parties. Standards utilized are in conformance with OSHA standards CFR 1910 and 1928: Florida Department of Transportation Maintenance of Traffic reouirements Reserve for Claims PaymenUContingency 6,417,100 6,417,100 Current Level of Service Budget 3.00 17,S91,100 17,S91,100 Total Proposed Budget 3.00 17,S91,100 17,S91,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Auto Claims Handled 166 150 145 150 General and E&O Liability Claims Handled 99 70 65 65 Property Claims Handled 215 50 52 50 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 234,818 235,200 261,400 273,000 273,000 16.1% Operating Expense 7,815,396 8,061,800 8,250,400 9,777,700 9,777,700 21.3% Property & Casualty Claims 7,414,582 1,700,000 4,550,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 (26.5%) Workers Comp Ins (368) na Capital Outlay 8,692 na Net Operating Budget 15,473,120 9,997,000 13,061,800 11,300,700 11,300,700 13.0% Reserves For Contingencies 493,000 502,500 502,500 1.9% Reserves for Insurance 634,000 4,587,200 6,087,900 6,087,900 32.7% Total Budget 16,107,120 15,077,200 13,061,800 17,891,100 17,891,100 18.7% Total FTE 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change FEMA - Fed Emerg Mgt Agency 2,500,000 na Miscellaneous Revenues 4,071,289 3,981,400 na Interest/Mise (8,129) na Property & Casuaity Billings 8,574,545 10,430,800 10,964,300 11,438,500 11,438,500 9.7% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 75,000 na Carry Forward 4,646,400 1,993,700 6,452,600 6,452,600 38.9% Total Funding 12,637,705 15,077,200 19,514,400 17,891,100 17,891,100 18.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 45 Colher County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Risk Management Department FY 07 Forecast: Other Professional Fees wilt be approximatley $9,000 higher than budget due to the results of the Brokerage and Consulting Services RFP. Reinsurance costs are anticipated to be 5% below the amended budget. Increases in personal services expenditures result from the hiring of a job bank employee to provide scanning and support services. This cost is expected to remain throughout FY07 as welt as FYOB. The $75,000 transfer from the General Fund, and subsequent increase to Operating Expenses are for BCC-approved Actuarial Work provided to Fight Against Insurance Rates (FAIR). FY 08 Current: Reinsurance premiums are budgeted to be 21.45% ($1.6 million) above the adopted budget due to increases in ratable exposure; higher replacement cost for existing property; new construction; and an increase in the property insurance rate. Insurance Claims expenditures are being reduced by 26.47% ($450,000) as a result of reduced payments related to lessened storm activity. Fiscal Year 2008 AdministratIve Services Division 46 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Risk Management Department Group Health & Life Insurance Fund (517) Mission Statement The mission of the Risk Management Department is to continuously develop, manage, and improve the County's risk finance, group insurance, safety and occupational health programs in order to provide quality, cost-effective support to our customers; to protect the County's financial interests against frequent and/or catastrophic loss; and to do our utmost to assure that the County's employees go home safely each day. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 2.00 403,770 403,770 Group Health Insurance Program 2.00 26,845,535 26,845,535 To provide group health insurance benefits to eligible employees and their deoendents Group Disability Insurance Program 793,600 793.600 To provide an income replacement safety net in the form of Short and Long Term Disabilitv Insurance. Group Life Insurance Program 815,700 815,700 To provide death protection to employees and their beneficiaries in the form of one times salarv life and accidental death orotection benefits. Group Dental Insurance Program 1,700,000 1,700,000 To provide dental insurance benefits to eligible employees and their deoendents. Wellness Program 1.75 248,195 248,195 To identify and educate employees who are at risk for premature illness or chronic health conditions and to promote participation in programs to prevent illness. enhance oualitv of life. and imorove oroductivitv Reserve for Claims PaymenUContingency 15,744,500 15,744,500 Current Level of SelVice Budget 5.75 46,551,300 46,551,300 Total Proposed Budget 5.75 46,551,300 46,551,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Perlormance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Claims Charges Processed by Claims Administrator 244,668 275,000 255.600 265,800 Covered Lives SelVed 4,696 4,675 4,950 5.000 Covered Lives Served per Group Benefit FTE 2.348 2.316 2,475 2,500 Employees Processed in Orientation 607 450 579 580 Employees Served 2,134 2,150 2,250 2.275 Employees Served per Group Benefit FTE 1,067 1.083 1,125 1,138 Wellness Assessments Completed 925 1.000 900 950 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 47 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Risk Management Department Group Health & Life Insurance Fund (517) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 500,131 532,600 513,200 547,600 547,600 2.8% Operating Expense 23,109,272 27,185,400 26,944,500 29,413,600 29,413,600 8.2% Short Term Disability Ins 349,248 319,600 298,200 319,600 319,600 0% Long Term Disability Ins 390,282 391,400 460,000 474,000 474,000 21.1% Capital Outlay 7,491 52,000 150,000 52,000 52,000 0% Net Operating Budget 24,356,425 28,481,000 28,365,900 30,806,800 30,806,800 8.2% Reserves For Contingencies 275,100 265,700 265,700 (3.4%) Reserves for Insurance 335,000 14,065,100 15,478,800 15,478,800 10.1% Total Budget 24,691,425 42,821,200 28,365,900 46,551,300 46,551,300 8.7% Total FTE 5.75 5.75 5.75 5,75 5.75 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 74,112 200,000 500,000 500,000 na Interest/Mise (50,687) na Other Financing Sources 31,467 na Group Health Billings 27,216,233 24,840,600 24,755,000 24,940,700 24,940,700 0.4% Dental Billings 2,825 1,696,300 1,681,500 1,700,000 1,700,000 0.2% Life Insurance Billings 513,428 805,100 785,000 815,700 815,700 1.3% Short Term Disability Billings 679,988 319,000 384,000 399,000 399,000 25.1% Long Term Disability Billings 204,160 391,400 456,000 474,000 474,000 21.1% Workers Camp Billings 56 na Carry Forward 14,768,800 17,725,900 17,721,900 17,721,900 20.0% Total Funding 28,671,581 42,821,200 45,987,400 46,551,300 46,551,300 8.7% FY 07 Forecast: Savings in operating expenses can be attributed to a Third Party Administration contract coming in under budget and a delay opening the Campus Med Center until two months into the fiscal year. Short term disability claims and health insurance administration costs are forecast below the budgeted level by $43,000, but are offset entirely by an increase in health reinsurance costs due to the purchase of Specific rather than Aggregate Reinsurance. FY 08 Current: Group Health Third Party Administration fees are anticipated to be $52,000 below the FY 08 budget due to favorable proposals received during the bidding process in 2006. Health Insurance Claims costs are budgeted to increase 9% which is commeusurate with medical inflation pursuant to the actuary's recommendation. Long Tenn Disability premiums are anticipated to be 21% above FY 07 levels due to higher ratable payroll; and due to an increase in disability benefits from 40% to 60%. FY 08 Revenue: Health insurance billings are based on an 80% (employer) and 20% (employee) cost sharing arrangement for health insurance. Premiums from Health Insuraces, Long Term Disability, and Dental Insurance did not increase for FY08. Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 48 T Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Risk Management Department Worker's Compensation Fund (518) Mission Statement The mission of the Risk Management Department is to continuously develop, manage, and Improve the County's risk finance, group insurance, safety, and occupational health programs in order to provide quality, cost-effective support to our customers; to protect the County's financial interests against frequent andlor catastrophic loss; and to do our utmost to assure that the County's employees go home safely each day. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Workers' Compensation Insurance & Subrogation Program 1.00 2,186,522 2,186.522 To provide Workers' Compensation Insurance as required pursuant to Florida Statutes, Chapter 440. To provide financial recovery services to departments through the collection of funds expended by the County for damage to orooertv Safety and Loss Control Program 1.00 127,193 127,193 To develop Occupational Safety and Health Program to prevent injury and illness to employees arising out of the work environment. Standards utilized are in conformance with OSHA standards CFR 1910 and 1928. Occupational Health Program 1.00 215,685 215,685 To provide pre-employment physicals and drug testing services; to provide recurrent testing; to triage injured employees; to provide medical care to injured emolovees within orotocols: to assist in case manaoement. Reserve for Claims Payment/Contingency 3,934,400 3,934,400 Current Level of Service Budget 3.00 6,463,800 6,463,800 Total Proposed Budget 3.00 6,463,800 6,463,800 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Accidents per 100 Employees 10.96 10.50 8.54 10.50 Employees Trained 4,104 3,000 3,060 3.000 Pre-employment Physicals Performed 547 475 350 400 Recurrent Tests Performed 179 230 190 200 Subrogation Dollars Collected 298,737 350,000 190,000 250,000 Worker's Compensation Claims 218 225 190 200 Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 49 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Administrative Services Division Risk Management Department Worker's Compensation Fund (518) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 248,478 264,200 255,500 293,600 293,600 11.1% Operating Expense 951,447 937,600 827,700 893,100 893,100 (4.7%) Workers Camp Ins 1,127,202 1,340,000 1,270,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 0% Capital Outlay 18,729 2,700 10,300 2,700 2,700 0% Net Operating Budget 2,345,856 2,544,500 2,363,500 2,529,400 2,529,400 (0.6%) Reserves For Contingencies 119,000 59,500 59,500 (50.0%) Reserves for Insurance (118,000) 4,109,100 3,874,900 3,874,900 (5.7%) Total Budget 2,227,856 6,772,600 2,363,500 6,463,800 6,463,800 (4.6%) Total HE 3.00 3.00 3..00 3.00 3.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services na Miscellaneous Revenues 172,703 750,000 259,000 (100.0%) Interest/Mise (10,513) "" Workers Comp Billings 2,042,831 2,468,500 2,468,500 2,679,600 2,679,600 8,6% Cany Forward 3,591,600 3,420,200 3,784,200 3,784,200 5.4% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (37,500) (100,0%) Total funding 2,205,022 6,772,600 6,147,700 6,463,800 6,463,800 (4.6%) FY 07 Forecast State Assessments are anticipated to be $78,600 below budget due to favorable loss experience. Reinsurance is expected to be $57,000 below budget due to a softening of the reinsurance market and favorable loss experience, FY 08 Current: Increases in personal services expenditures are the result of filling a position above the entry level salary, Additionally, favorable market conditions in FY 07 are expected to translate into a savings of $94,300 in FY 08 for reinsurance and State Assessments. This is slightly offset, however, by increases in professional and consulting fees ($28,500). Fiscal Year 2008 Administrative Services Division 50 . Administrative Services Capital Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Administrative Services Capital FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 260,773 154,900 195,700 248,000 248,000 60.1% Operating Expense 6,883,631 17,938,100 1,123,080 864,800 864,800 (95.2%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 17,100 26,100 26,100 41,200 41,200 57.9% Capital Outlay 29,197,015 45,259,000 160,211,700 34,298,600 34,298,600 (24.2%) Debt Service - Interest 138,800 n. Net Operating Budget 36,358,518 63,378,100 161,695,380 35,452,600 35,452,600 (44.1%) Trans to Property Appraiser 87,887 167,800 126,300 142,200 142,200 (15.3%) Trans to Tax Collector 336,812 579,100 387,400 456,200 456,200 (212%) Trans to 113 Com Dev Fd 3,000 4,000 4,000 (100.0%) Trans to 174 Conserv Collier Fd 2,189,900 2,750,700 2,750,700 2,938,200 2,938,200 6.8% Trans to 210 Debt Serv Fd 222,400 221,600 221,600 222,100 222,100 0.2% Trans to 216 Debt Serv Fd 3,445,600 3,773,500 4,067,600 3,842,200 3,842,200 1.8% Trans to 272 Debt Serv Fd 4,673,700 4,933,300 4,933,300 (100.0%) Trans to 299 Debt Serv Fd 491,000 591,500 2,799,300 2,799,300 470.1% Trans to 385 Law Enforc 1m Fee Cap Fd 71,400 n. Trans to 390 Gen Gov Fac 1m Fee Cap 1,800,000 2,129,400 2,075,200 2,075,200 15.3% Fd Reserves For Contingencies 215,000 (100.0%) Reserves For Debt Service 9,695,500 11,858,000 11,858,000 22.3% Reserves For Cash Flow 2,111,400 2,649,100 2,649,100 25.5% Total Budget 47,317,818 90,121,000 176,978,580 62,435,100 62,435,100 (30.7%) FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Conservation Collier Fund (172) 12,455,092 16,627,100 13,859,380 16,765,500 16,765,500 0.8% County Wide Capital Project Fund (301) 8,897,700 42,556,200 59,447,600 11,232,100 11,232,100 (73.6%) General Governmental Buildings Impact 15,005,726 4,194,800 88,388,400 7,455,000 7,455,000 77.7% Fee (390) Total Net Budget 36,358,518 63,378,100 161,695,380 35,452,600 35,452,600 (44.1%) Total Transfers and Reserves 10,959,300 26,742,900 15,283,200 26,982,500 26,982,500 0.9% Total Budget 47,317,818 90,121,000 176,978,580 62,435,100 62,435,100 (30.7%) Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 2 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Administrative Services Capital FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 14,823,324 19,302,800 18,585,400 15,202,800 15,202,800 (21.2%) Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 3,886 1,500 na Intergovernmental Revenues 1,510,100 na Charges For Services 680 ,a Miscellaneous Revenues 86,100 na InteresUMisc 800,388 50,000 616,300 100,000 100,000 100.0% Impact Fees 4,708,747 3,900,000 3,267,000 3,600,000 3,600,000 (7.7%) loan Proceeds 32,369,000 29,644,000 7,435,000 7,435,000 (77.0%) Reimb From Other Depts 49,900 na Trans frm Property Appraiser 19,598 na Trans frm Tax Collector 153,777 na Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 27,998,400 29,450,900 12,597,700 12,597,700 (55.0%) Trans fm 111 MSTO Gen Fd 815,500 815,500 798,500 798,500 (2.1%) Trans fm 113 Comm Oev Fd 357,100 357,100 353,700 353,700 (1.0%) Trans fm 114 Pollutn Ctrl Fd 72,900 72,900 58,600 58,600 (19.6%) Trans fm 131 Dev Serv Fd 243,800 243,800 219,600 219,600 (9.9%) Trans fm 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 1,800,000 2,129,400 2,075,200 2,075,200 15.3% Trans fm 313 Gax Tax Cap Fd 334,000 334,000 93,400 93,400 (72.0%) Trans fm 325 Stormwater Cap Fd 47,100 47,100 44,300 44,300 (5.9%) Trans fm 385 law Enforc Cap Fd 1,150,000 1,150,000 ,a Trans fm 408 Water I Sewer Fd 958,700 958,700 925,700 925,700 (3.4%) Trans fm 470 Solid Waste Fd 59,900 59,900 78,400 78,400 30.9% Carry Forward 2,974,400 107,393,900 18,644,700 18,644,700 526.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,162,600) (942,500) (942,500) (18.9%) Total Funding 20,510,400 90,121,000 195,623,500 62,435,100 62,435,100 (30.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change General Governmental Buildings Impact 0.00 oa Fee (390) Conservation Collier Fund (172) 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 50.0% County Wide Capital Project Fund (301) 0.00 na Total HE 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 50.0% Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 3 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Administrative Services Capital Conservation Collier Fund (172) Mission Statement The purpose of the Conservation Collier program is to acquire and manage environmentally sensitive lands. Funds for program administration, staffing, and acquisition of land are budgeted in the Conservation Collier land Acquisition Fund (172). The funds for managing acquired properties are budgeted in the Conservation Collier Maintenance Fund (174). FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 3.00 313,616 313,616 Funding for department administration and fixed overhead. land Evaluations 371,884 371,884 Direct costs to evaluate and rank the proposed properties for the Active Acquisition List. Coordinate the Activities of the Conservation Collier land Acquisition Advisory Committee and work with Real Estate Services to ourchase the aooroved orooerties land Purchase & Reserves 25.598,200 25,596,200 Estimated Land Purchases & Reserves. land Management & Fund Transfers 3,536,600 3,536,600 The referendum authorizing the Conservation Collier program requires 15% of the ad valorem taxes to be directed for land management of acquired lands. This value is a transfer to Fund (174) where the activities are budaeted Current Level of Service Budget 3.00 29,818,300 29,818,300 Total Proposed Budget 3.00 29,818,300 29,818,300 FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 127,736 154,900 195,700 248,000 248,000 60.1% Operating Expense 281,685 446,100 412,180 476,300 476,300 6.8% Indirect Cost Reimburs 17,100 26,100 26,100 41,200 41,200 57.9% Capital Outlay 12,028,571 16,000,000 13,225,400 16,000,000 16,000,000 0% Net Operating Budget 12,455,092 16,627,100 13,859,380 16,765,500 16,765,500 0.8% Trans to Property Appraiser 87,887 167,800 126,300 142,200 142,200 (15.3%) Trans to Tax Collector 336,812 579,100 387,400 456,200 456,200 (21.2%) Trans to 113 Com Dev Fd 3,000 4,000 4,000 (100.0%) Trans to 174 Conserv Collier Fd 2,189,900 2,750,700 2,750,700 2,938,200 2,938,200 6.8% Trans to 272 Debt Serv Fd 4,673,700 4,933,300 4,933,300 (100.0%) Reserves For Debt Service 8,310,300 9,516,200 9,516,200 14.5% Total Budget 19,746,391 33,372,300 22,061,080 29,818,300 29,818,300 (10.6%) Total HE 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 50.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 14,823,324 19,302,800 18,585,400 15,202,800 15,202,800 (21.2%) Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 3,886 1,500 ,a Interest/Mise 1,026,456 50,000 616,300 100,000 100,000 100.0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 19,598 na Trans frm Tax Collector 153,777 na Carry Forward 14,987,100 18,136,100 15,278,000 15,278,000 1.9% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (967,600) (762,500) (762,500) (21.2%) Tolal Funding 16,027,040 33,372,300 37,339,300 29,818,300 29,818,300 (10.6%) Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 4 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Administrative Services Capital FY 07 Forecast: Parcels purchased and/or expected to be purchased during FY07 are valued at $13,225,400, based on actual values as of May 8, 2007. These parcels are' PURCHASED Howery/Hutchison-$a7,900 FORECAST TO BE PURCHASED Oetting - $50,000 Calo - $270,000 Connolly - $472,500 Predmore Rivers - $133,500 Scherer ~ $540,000 Price - $135,000 Karen - $ 886,500 RR Land Trust - $10.650,000 TOTAL - $13.225,400 There is a forecast transfer of $2,938,200 for perpetual maintenance of conservation lands (representing 15% of the forecast tax revenue) in accordance with the enabling ordinance. Increases in personal services for FY 07 and FY 08 reflect the transfer of an FTE into this program due to an agency reorganization, as well as career progression of current employees. While Conservation Collier was located in CDES, staff consisted of 2.0 FTE; however, Environmental Services Department (ESD) staff members also contributed hours to the Program. In FY 07, the increase in Program activity required that an ESD staff member contribute 50% of their time to Conservation Collier. This staff member then moved with the Program to the Administrative Services Division through agency reorganization. FY 08 Current: This program includes $16,000,000 in capital land acquisitions plus an additional $9,516,200 in reserves, which can be made available for property acquisition. The transfer to Fund (174) for Conservation Collier land management activities totals $2,938,200 pursuant to ordinance 2002--63. There is no transfer to debt service, as bond counsel recommends a separate tax levy for Conservation Collier debt. FY 08 Revenue: Budgeted ad valorem tax revenue reflects separate tax levies for the land acquisition/maintenance program and for the outstanding debt service. FY oa Unfunded Request $52,600 is requested for costs associated with hiring an additional Administrative Assistant for the Program. With ongoing development, the increasing complexity of the Program, and the acquisition of more lands, it has become critical to have assistance with many organizational and routine tasks that would otherwise use the time of higher paid technical staff in an inefficient manner. The Program is requesting a full time position that can address organizational, administrative, and technical support functions of Conservation Collier. Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 5 Administrative Services Division General Government Buildings Impact Fee Fund 390 FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 06107 FY 07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Total Budget Appropriation Unit ExplRev Budget Exp/Rev Budget Change Refunds/Mise 57,309 94,800 99,200 20,000 -78.9% Legal Fees 56,550 0 10,800 0 N/A Projects/Exps 15,091,478 4,100,000 88,139,60(J 7,435,000 81.3% Debt Service Interest 0 0 138,800 0 Transfer to 210 22,240 22],600 221,600 222,100 0.2% Transfer to 216 3,445,600 3,773,500 3,851,500 3,842,200 1.8% Transfer to 299 0 491,000 0 2,198,400 347.7% Transfer to 385 (J 0 7!,400 0 NIA Reserves 0 100,000 0 0 -100.0% Reserve for Debt Service/Cash Flow 0 2.111,400 0 2,649,100 25.5% Total Appropriations 18,673,177 10,892,300 92.532,900 t 6,366,800 50.3% Revenue: Impact Fees 3,790,877 3,900,000 3,267,000 3,600,000 -7.7% Bond Proceeds 0 0 0 0 NiA Loan Proceeds 0 17,100,000 15,775,000 7,435,000 -56.5% Loan from 301 0 1,800,000 2,129,400 2,075,200 15.3% Transfer in from 385 0 0 0 1,150,000 NIA Mise 0 0 49,900 0 NIA Carryforward 88,480,500 (11,712,700) 73.598,200 2,286,600 -119.5% Revenue Reserve 0 (195,000) 0 (t80,000) -7.7% Total Revenue 92,271,377 10,892,300 94,819,500 t 6,366,800 50.3% Capital Impact Fee Funding Request for FY 08 Proiect SAP Proi # I FY07 I Adopt Bud North Naples Gov't Center Fleet Facilities Comm Paper prepd interest Courthouse Annex Parking Deck (in front ofC EOC Building ~ 525342 520093 520093 525333 520102 521603 Project total Refunds 313901 Impact Fee Admin Fees 313901 Impact Fee Study 313901 Legal Fees 313901 Transfer to 210 (NN Govt Ctr) Transfer to 216 (Fleet, CH, Parking, EO Transfer to 299 (BCC Fleet) Transfer to 299 (CH Annex) Transfer to 385 (SO l1eet correction) Reserves Reserves for Debt Serv Cashflow Appropriation Total 4.100,000 I 84,800 10,000 221.600 3,773,500 491,000 100,000 2,111,400 10,892,300 I 186,001 12,702,674 - 33,402,237 2,057.351 40,105.097 169,331 10,933,585 - 33,369,527 t,966.645 4,993,444 88,453,360 I 51,432.532 I 186,000 12.388,900 138,800 33,402,200 2,057,400 40.105,100 ~ 42,451 36.521 20.213 10,800 221,600 3,851,500 491,000 71,400 100,000 2,291,400 11,462 - - 10,847 166,200 2,830,125 71,400 88.278,400 I 7,435,000 I 95,590,245 I 54,522,566 I 42,500 36,500 20,200 10,800 221,600 3.851,500 - 71,400 - 20,000 - - - 222,100 3,842.200 79.900 2,118.500 - - 2,649.100 92,532,900 I 16,366,800 I Fleet: Commercial Paper is budgeted in FY07 in the amount of$2,775,000. It is anticipated that we will be borrowing this money in FY08, when the 2005 Capital Improvement bond money of9,570,000 is spent. The existing 28,700 sq ft Fleet Building is being replaced with a 39,290 sq ft building, and the radio tower had to be moved. The 2005 bond debt service payments will be made from ad valorem (71.6%) and impact fees (28.4%) and the commercial paper (including the tower) will be made from ad valorem (75.6%) and impact fees (24.4%). Courthouse Annex. On 11/1412006, agenda item 10F, the executive summary anticipated that in FY08, an additional $7,435,000 was going to be needed once the upper four floors GMP, the Chiller Plant contract, and a construction contract change for floors 2 and 3 are better defined. Emen2:cncv Scrvice.~ Center (ESe) this new building will house many depts., including EMS. The EMS Impact Fee will pay approx 18.3% of the debt service payments for the growth portion (additional square footage over and above their current space in County bldgs). The General Fund will pay approx. 3.2% for EMS "replacement" space and for equipment replacement. The General Government Facilities Impact Fee will pay approx. 49.1 % ofthe debt service costs. And the Law Enforcement Impact Fce's share will be 29.4% for the Sheriff's substation and E9I I center. In addition to Bond Proceeds, the General Fund and EMS Impact Fee fund have paid cash towards the project. . 6 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Administrative Services Capital County Wide Capital Project Fund (301) Mission Statement FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost N/A 16,250,000 16,250,000 Current Level of Service Budget 16,250.000 16,250,000 Total Proposed Budget 16,250,000 16,250,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 4,313,028 17,397,200 600,900 368,500 368,500 (97.9%) Capital Outlay 4,584,672 25,159,000 58,846,700 10,863,600 10,863,600 (56.8%) Net Operating Budget 8,897,700 42,556,200 59,447,600 11,232,100 11,232,100 (73.6%) Trans to 216 Debt Serv Fd 216,100 na Trans to 299 Debt Serv Fd 591,500 600,900 600,900 na Trans to 390 Gen Gov Fac 1m Fee Cap Fd 1,800,000 2,129,400 2,075,200 2,075,200 15.3% Reserves For Contingencies 115,000 (100.0%) Reserves For Debt Service 1,385,200 2,341,800 2,341,800 69.1% Total Budget 8,897,700 45,856,400 62,384,600 16,250,000 16,250,000 (64.6%) Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 1,510,100 na Charges For Services 680 'a Miscellaneous Revenues 86,100 na loan Proceeds 15,269,000 13,869,000 (100.0%) Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 27,998,400 29,450,900 12,597,700 12,597,700 (55.0%) Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 815,500 815,500 798,500 798,500 (2.1%) Trans fm 113 Comm Dav Fd 357,100 357,100 353,700 353,700 (1.0%) Trans fm 114 Pollu!n Ctrl Fd 72,900 72,900 58,600 58,600 (19.6%) Trans fm 131 Dev Serv Fd 243,800 243,800 219,600 219,600 (9.9%) Trans fm 313 Gax Tax Cap Fd 334,000 334,000 93,400 93,400 (72.0%) Trans fm 325 Stormwater Cap Fd 47,100 47,100 44,300 44,300 (5.9%) Trans fm 408 Water I Sewer Fd 958,700 958,700 925,700 925,700 (3.4%) Trans fm 470 Solid Waste Fd 59,900 59,900 78,400 78,400 30.9% Carry Forward (300,000) 15,659,600 1,080,100 1,080,100 (460.0%) Total Funding 680 45,856,400 63,464.700 16,250,000 16,250,000 (64.6%) Projects that are to be funded under the Administrative Services Division section within the County Wide Capital Project Fund (301) are as follows: Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 7 County Wide Capital Improvement Fund (301) 5/17/2007 SAP FY07 FY07 As of 5/17/2007 FY07 FY08 ProiNo. Descrintion Arlonted Amended EnclExn Forecast Rellueste<l Administrative Services 500171 Financial Mgmt System (SAP) I 1.000,000 1.417,019 I 1.268,943 I ],417.000 I 500,000 500]01 Routing Info & System Connectivity ] 40.000 2] ],700 211,700 500121 Proj Mgt Standardization 200.294 ]69,763 200,300 - 500131 Legacy Application Integration 259,399 73,149 259,400 500141 Geographic hlfo System (GIS) 99.811 49,535 99,800 - 500142 GIS PLSS, Address Validation, Easement R 13,578 12,274 13,600 50015] Computer Sys Network lmpr. (Servers) - 2,078 2,077 2.100 - 500211 Data Storage Management - 103 ]03 100 500231 IT Network Upgrades - 12.583 12,467 12.600 - 500251 Telecormnunication Upgrades - 2,200 \,575 2,200 - 500261 Business Continuity 12,183 2.227 12,200 - 500281 Installation of Conduit During Rd constructi 299,390 43,808 299,400 500282 Fiber Network Construction 950.000 2,786,746 2,650,176 2.786,700 500.000 500291 Radio System Microwave Upgrade - 5,704 5,704 5,700 - 500301 Network Performance Improve - 17.660 6,280 17,700 - 500321 Network Test Equipment - 39.941 - 39,900 - 500331 HIPAA Security Compliance Project - 9,645 8.982 9,600 500341 Network Security Upgrades 237,363 231,159 237.400 500351 MS software Enterprise Agreement 581.000 581,000 506,4]2 581,000 500361 Fire Suppression of Data Centers 20,000 20,000 500371 Internet Redundancy - 151 151 200 - 500401 Server Virtualization Pilot - 3.812 3,800 - 500411 Technology Improve Program 970,000 1,347.432 396,617 1,347,400 9]4,400 500421 Enterprise Content Mgt (ECM) 250.000 276.388 22],933 276,400 575.000 500481 Hurricane & Pandemic Mitigation 835.100 835,100 116.378 835,100 5 tO,OOO 500511 Data Center Expansion - Bldg F 400,000 400,000 157.842 400.000 - 500521 Design Study for a dedicated inland data ch 250,000 250.000 250.000 - 500541 Enterprise Application Integration 75,000 75,000 43,544 75,000 750063 CAP DEP Update 760,000 785.800 193,461 785.800 tbd Telephone System Upgrade - - 2,000,000 500203 Vehicle/Personnel locating system 1,320.000 1.320.000 ] ,3'0,000 500204 800Mhz Simulaeast Control System Upgra 4.500,000 4,500.000 4,500.000 4.500,000 - Subtotal: 12,031,100 16,022,080 10,674,560 16,022,100 4,999,400 Facilities Manae-cment 531961 Irrunokalee Jail Renovation - 249.190 116,077 249.200 520082 Naples Jail - Stucco, water/sewer pipes 2,845.500 8.318.264 80,825 8.3]8,300 - 520091 Co Barn Fleet Facility - 245 - 200 - 520101 Design Parking Deck & Traffic Improvemen 405,06] 594 405,]00 - 520121 September 11 th Memorial 70,090 59.090 70,100 - 529991 Everglades City Hall 600,000 - - 521602 Emergency Services HQ & Ops Ctr 10.339.000 12.135,724 4.448,025 12.135,700 - 525331 Courthouse Annex floors 1-7 8,000.000 9.975.828 6,677,929 9,975.800 520041 Courthouse Repairs/Courtroom Renova 3,193,000 5,012,218 1,269,087 5,012,/00 541,300 520051 Sewer Upgrades & Complex Upgrades - 1,535.299 15,750 135,300 727,200 52161 ] Reroofing Projects 592.700 561,746 561.422 561,700 42,800 521621 NC Repairs 749,100 992,431 541,759 99) ,400 885,900 521631 Fire Alarms/Life Safety - 188.327 111,710 188.300 525061 Paint Plan 638.800 600.891 274,746 600.900 368,500 525251 General Building Repairs 2.172,800 3,751,659 2,903,834 3,751,700 3,535,800 531721 Building "J" repairs 1.394.200 1 ,028,554 1 ,027,937 1,028,600 130,600 Subtotal: 30,525,100 44,825,527 18,088,785 43.425.500 6.232.100 Total Project Expenses 43,387,900 65,482.557 32,369,802 64,082.500 14,680,] 00 Reserve for Contingencies 115.000 - - - - Transfer to 390 - cashflow 1011 P&I payrnen 1.800.000 2.129.400 2.129,400 7,129,400 2,075,200 Transfer to 299 - Fleet bldg replacement - - 247,400 Transfer to 299 - 800 MHZlVch Lac CP Laa 1,385,200 1,385,200 - 591.500 353.500 Reserve for Future Capital Projects - - - - 2,342.400 Total Annronriations 1 45,856,400 I 64,578,307 31,108,845 I 62,384,600 I 16,250,000 8 . County-Wide Capital Improvements Fund (301) p N P N &D 'f FY 08 C t rom 0 rOJect ame escnpnon os 500171 SAP Feature Rollout 500,000 Completion of an upgrade to SAP in FY 07 allows the agency to leverage the investment in SAP to use the platform for additional business applications. The SAP Steering Committee has identified potential initiatives for FY 08 including Business Warehousing (reports), Portals, and Grants Management. 500282 Fiber Network Construction 500,000 This is a continuation of a project to install fiber optic cables in conjunction with road construction, utility construction and in cooperation with the school board and other governmental agencies. Fiber optic cabling will provide a highly reliable and resilient communications medium that will greatly enhance our capabilities for recovery in the event of a hurricane or other natural disaster. High-speed data communications will be used for voice, video and data communications at all connected remote locations. This high-speed communications capability would be prohibitively expensive to procure from a third party. These capabilities will facilitate more efficient operations and allow us to consolidate our voice communications infrastructure. This project will also cover required network equipment, project management and system maintenance fees. 500411 Technology Improvement Program 914,400 This project covers costs to replace existing desktop computers, servers, and communications infrastructure in a timely and consistent manner. Replacing older equipment on a regular basis will reduce maintenance costs and lost productivity due to equipment failures. Productivity will also be enhanced by increased performance of business applications thus saving time. This program contemplates the replacement of approx. 1/5th of the total desktops systems annually and 1/4 of the laptops annually and selected other equipment. Cost recovery allocations are being made to other Funds. 500421 Enterprise Content Management (RCM) 575,000 The funding request is for the initial implementation of an ECM system. ECM will automate compliance with State mandated public records retention laws. This follows two years of planning. The initial implementation will be built on a newly designed enterprise taxonomy and include document imaging applications and the replacement of the Ae:enda Automation System. 500481 Hurricane & Pandemic Mitigation 510,000 This project proposal provides for the remediation of vulnerabilities in our technology infrastructure based on lessons learned from Hurricane Wilma and to prepare for the continuity of Government operations in the Pandemic emergency. These vulnerabilities could severely impact governmental response to these types of disasters. Costs were allocated to other funds. new Telecommunications System Upgrade 2,000,000 This project will replace our existing telephone infrastructure with a system utilizing Voice over IP architecture (VoIP). It is the number one priority item remaining from deficiencies discovered during the 2004/2005 hurricane seasons. This system allows users to move phones to any networked facility and be able to take calls without technical assistance. This capability will also enhance operational efficiencies for the end-user departments as well as the IT Department by reducing the work required to relocate phones. By utilizing our existing data communications infrastructure we can lower communications costs between the various County facilities. This technology will also leverage investments being made in our Fiber Network Construction project. It also provides for enhanced 911 services. It shall include all hardware, software and services required to deploy this system. This system greatly improves the resilience of our communications infrastructure during emergencies when our citizens need us most. various Facility Maintenance 6,232,100 General repair to all Governmental buildings, including re-roofing, NC repairs, painting, fire alarm maintenance, sewer upgrades, general building improvements, storm Iprotection and comDliance to the American with Disabilities Act. 9 County-Wide Capital Improvements Fund (301) Unfunded Requests 500171 SAP Enhancements 500,000 The County has adopted an SAP-centric philosophy for enterprise software solutions. Additional funding would advance efforts to maximize the integration capabilities. With the completion of the upgrade to the most recent version of SAP at the end of FY07, opportunities exist to accelerate implementation of additional modules and/or feature enhancements. Funding is requested for that purpose. 500282 Fiber Network Construction 500,000 This is a continuation ofa project to install fiber optic cables in conjunction with road construction, utility construction and in cooperation with the school board and other governmental agencies. The fiber optic will be used for high-speed data, voice, and video conununications between the various County facilities. The priorities for fiber construction at various locations will need to be reassessed by the IT Executive Committee in light of being partially funded in FY08. 500411 Technology Improvements Program 130,000 This project covers costs to replace existing desktop computers, servers, and communications infrastructure in a timely and consistent manner. This program contemplates the replacement ofapprox. 1/5th of the total desktops systems annually and 1/4 of the laptops annually and selected other equipment. In FY08, this project's funding was reduced, impacting the number of computers that will be replaced. 189 desktop computers will be replaced instead of214, and 100 laptops will be replaced instead of 122. Also the pilot program to standardize the printers has been deferred. 500481 Hurricane & Pandemic Mitigation 550,000 After the 2005 Hurricane Season and in preparation for a potential pandemic event, the IT Department developed a three-year plan to improve the resiliency of the agency's IT infrastructure. This is the second year of that plan and represents an opportunity to centralize the management of UPS power by replacing individual UPS equipment in Building F (floors 1 to 3) with centralized systems and to create double network redundancy by installing a secondary core switch in case of failure and for use during routine maintenance. This represents additional capacity over that which the County currently possesses. 10 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Public Services Division Organizational Chart Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 473.00 Public Services Division Administration Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 3.00 County Extension, Education & Training Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 12.50 Domestic Animal Control Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 41.00 Housing and Human Services Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 31.50 Library Total FulHime Equivalents (HE) = 121.50 Museum Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 13.00 Parks & Recreation Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 245.00 Public Health Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 0.00 Veterans Services Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 3.50 Coastal Zone Management Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 2.00 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY200S FY200S FY2008 Division Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 21,694,615 26,052,800 27,245,000 26,903,800 220,400 27,124,200 4,1% Operating Expense 14,048,618 16,422,900 16,828,800 18,060,200 29,700 18,089,900 10.2% Indirect Cost Reimburs 271,400 279,000 279,000 267,600 267,600 (4.1%) Capital Outlay 1,871,661 1,847,200 2,110,600 1,851,800 135,000 1,986,800 76% Grants and Aid 4,514,056 2,386,300 13,885,900 2,447,600 2,447,600 2.6% Debt Service - Interest 12,268 "" Remittances 3,103,757 400,000 9,806,500 400,000 400,000 0% Total Net Budget 45,516,376 47,388,200 70,155,800 49,931,000 385,100 50,316,100 6.2% Trans to Property Appraiser 3,349 4,900 3,700 3,400 3,400 (30.6%) Trans to Tax Collector 39,624 48,800 47,700 51,800 51,800 6.1% Trans to General Fund 2. 59,800 59,800 59,800 59,800 0% Trans to 114 Pollutn Ctrl Fd "" Trans to 116 Mise Grant Fd 200,000 "" Trans to Cap proj 200,000 330,000 330,000 (100,0%) Reserves For Contingencies 432,600 573,500 573,500 32.6% Reserves For Capital 460,300 359,500 359,500 (21.9%) Reserves For Cash Flow 109,200 150,700 150,700 38.0% Reserve for Attrition (17,200) (29,100) (29,100) 69.2% Total Budget 45,959,373 48,816,600 70,597,000 51,100,600 386,100 51,485,700 5.5% FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Department Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Services Division Administration 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% County Extension, Education & Training 862,696 1,068,300 936,300 941,300 941,300 (11.9%) Domestic Animal Control 2,653,499 3,347,500 3,298,300 3,505,800 3,505,800 4.7% Housing and Human Services Department 12,511,816 5,978,600 28,990,900 6,197,900 43,400 6,241,300 4.4% library 7,151,823 8,049,400 7,997,300 8,574,000 8,574,000 6.5% Museum 1,843,246 1,375,900 1,666,700 1,585,900 126,400 1,712,300 24.4% Parks & Recreation Department 18,411,767 25,039,600 24,601,100 26,312,700 215,300 26,528,000 5.9% Public Health Department 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Veterans Services 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Coastal Zone Management 2,696 25,000 156,700 259,700 259,700 938.8% Total Net Budget 45,616,376 47,388,200 70,155,SOO 49,931,000 385,100 50,316,100 6.2% County Extension, Education & Training 48,000 40,200 40,200 (16,3%) Domestic Animal Control 68,100 114,500 114,500 68.1% HOUSing and Human Services Department 200,000 294,000 336,100 336,100 14.3% library 200,000 420,800 306,500 306,500 (27.2%) Museum 30,938 487,800 428,600 243,700 243,700 (50.0%) Parks & Recreation Department 12,059 109,700 12,600 128,600 128,600 17.2% Total Transfers and Reserves 442,996 1,428,400 441,200 1,169,600 1,169,600 (18.1%) Total Budget 45,959,373 48,816,600 70,597,000 51,100,600 385,100 51,485,700 5.5% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 2 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 429,978 456,500 439,600 474,500 39,900 514,400 12.7% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 19 '" Tourist Devel Tax 1,544,911 1,496,000 1,551,000 1,468,600 126,400 1,595,000 6.6% Licenses & Permits 203,248 187,000 180,000 236,000 236,000 26.2% Intergovernmental Revenues 6,178,316 1,300,400 23,119,200 1,080,800 1,080,800 (16.9%) Charges For Services 5,646,122 7,661,200 8,153,600 8,832,400 53,300 8,885,700 16.0% Fines & Forfeitures 227,116 325,000 215,600 255,700 255,700 (21.3%) Miscellaneous Revenues 1,195,695 319,300 205,300 191,900 191,900 (39.9%) Interest/Misc 381,793 9,800 28,800 15,800 15,800 61.2% Reimb From Other Depts 311,702 227,900 212,800 234,100 234,100 2.7% Trans frm Property Appraiser 560 n" Trans frm Tax Collector 19,356 15,000 '" Net Cost General Fund 20,237,566 24,821,100 25,107,800 25,821,800 89,000 25,910,800 4.4% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 7,803,084 9,909,900 9,706,000 10,454,400 16,800 10,471,200 5.7% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 334,500 391,800 391,800 177,600 177,600 (54.7%) Trans 1m Special Rev Fds 7,402 '" Trans 1m 111 MSTD Gen Fd 596,800 670,700 670,700 653,100 59,700 712,800 6.3% Trans 1m 193 TDC Museum Fd 130,400 '" Trans 1m Trust & A90J Fds '" Carry Forward 1,170,600 1,925,300 1,325,500 1,325,500 13.2% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (130,600) (121,600) (121,600) (6.9%) Total Funding 45,248,569 48,816,600 71,922,500 51,100,600 385,100 51,485,700 5,5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Position Summaty Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Services Division Administration 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% County Extension, Education & Training 13.50 12.50 12.50 12_50 12.50 0% Domestic Animal Control 39.00 41.00 41.00 41.00 41.00 0% Housing and Human Services Department 28.30 30.50 30.50 30_50 1.00 31.50 3.3% Library 112.00 121.50 121,50 121.50 121.50 0% Museum 11,00 11.00 11.00 11.00 2.00 13.00 18.2% Parks & Recreation Department 240.20 242.20 243,50 243.50 1.50 245.00 1.2% Public Health Department '" Veterans Services 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 0% Coastal Zone Management 2.00 2.00 '" Total FTE 450.50 466.20 466.50 468.50 4.50 473.00 1.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 3 Collrer County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Public Services Division Administration FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 275,337 295,700 301,100 309,100 309,100 4.5% Operating Expense 11,026 15,600 15,600 17,700 17,700 13.5% Capital Outlay 4,601 '" Net Operating Budget 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% Total Budget 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0"10 FY2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Services Administration (001) 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% Total Net Budget 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% Total Transfers and Reserves '" Total Budget 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,600 326,800 5.0% Total Funding 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Services Administration (001) 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% Total HE 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0"10 Fiscal Year 2006 Public Services Division 4 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Public Services Division Administration Public Services Administration (001) Mission Statement To provide professional management and administration to the eight (8) departments and two (2) contracted agencies within the Division, providing a communication and organizational link between the County Commission, the County Manager, the staff and the public. Program Summary Department Administration/Overhead To provide strategic and operational planning, budgeting and financial management, operating results and accountability, staff and policy development, and administrative and technical support to the BCC, County Manaaer Constitutional Aoencies and Advisorv Boards. Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE 3.00 FY 2008 Budget 326,800 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 326.800 3.00 Total Proposed Budget 3.00 326,800 326,800 326,800 326,800 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 275,337 295,700 301,100 309,100 309,100 4.5% Operating Expense 11,026 15,600 15,600 17,700 17,700 13.5% Capital Outlay 4,601 '" Net Operating Budget 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% Total Budget 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% Total HE 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% Total Funding 290,964 311,300 316,700 326,800 326,800 5.0% Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal services are $5,400 greater than budget due 10 an employee being promoted to a higher job classification during the current year. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 5 6 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division County Extension, Education & Training FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 726,045 772,900 724,600 705,600 705,600 (8.7%) Operating Expense 133,945 257,900 190,300 183,500 183,500 (28.8%) Capital Outlay 2,707 37,500 21,400 52,200 52,200 39.2% Net Operating Budget 862,696 1,068,300 936,300 941,300 941,300 (11.9%) Trans to 116 Misc Grant Fd '" Reserves For Contingencies 2,800 200 200 (92.9%) Reserves For Cash Flow 45,200 40,000 40,000 (11.5%) Total Budget 862,696 1,116,300 936,300 981,500 981,500 (12.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change 4-H Programs (116) 42,361 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 0% County Extension, Ed & Training Ct (001) 813,614 990,800 909,400 914,800 914,800 (7.7%) University Extension Trust Fund (604) 6,721 53,500 2,900 2,500 2,500 (95.3%) Total Net Budget 862,696 1,068,300 936,300 941,300 941,300 (11.9%) Total Transfers and Reserves 48,000 40,200 40,200 (16.3%) Total Budget 862,696 1,116,300 936,300 981,500 981,500 (12.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 16,970 13,000 12,000 (100.0%) Charges For Services 17,769 39,900 31,200 19,900 19,900 (50.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 87,755 175,500 49,200 44,200 44,200 (74.8%) InterestlMisc (65) '" Net Cost General Fund 763,728 887,900 859,000 878,900 878,900 (1.0%) Carry Forward 5,100 23,700 38,800 38,800 660.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (5,100) (300) (300) (94.1%) Total Funding 886,157 1,116,300 975,100 981,500 981,500 (12.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change County Extension, Ed & Training Ct (001) 13.50 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% 4-H Programs (116) 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0% Total HE 13.50 12.50 12.50 12.60 12.50 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services DivIsion 7 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division County Extension, Education & Training County Extension, Ed & Training Ct (001) Mission Statement * To assist Collier County Government in reaching its growth management goals through research based practical dedication for its employees and the adult and youth population of Collier County. * To assist the citizenry attain knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources and the life sciences and to make the knowledge accessible to sustain and enhance the quality of human life throughout Collier County. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 8 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division County Extension, Education & Training County Extension, Ed & Training Ct (001) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 689,385 751,900 703,600 681,800 681,800 (9.3%) Operating Expense 122,796 210.400 184,400 180,800 180,800 (14.1%) Capital Outlay 1,434 28,500 21,400 52,200 52,200 83.2% Net Operating Budget 813,614 990,800 909,400 914,800 914,800 (7.7%) Total Budget 813,614 990,800 909,400 914,800 914,800 (7.7%) Total HE 13.50 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 16,970 13,000 12,000 (100.0%) Charges For Services 17,769 39,900 23,400 19,900 19,900 (50.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 15,147 50,000 15,000 16,000 16,000 (68.0%) Net Cost General Fund 763,728 887,900 859,000 878,900 878,900 (1.0%) Total Funding 813,614 990,800 909,400 914,800 914,800 (7.7%) Forecast FY 06/07~ Personal services will be $48,300 below adopted budget. Several long-term employees retired during the current year and their positions were reclassified to the starting pay-grade for those positions. Additionally, two of the positions remained vacant for a large part of the year. Operating expenses are anticipated to be $26,000 below budget. Electricity is anticipated to be $6,000 below budget and there will be savings on food operating supplies of $3,000; fuel and lubricants of $5,500 and $11,500 savings in various other operating expenses. Revenues are $52,900 short of budget. Extension's restructuring to a more educational role in The Farm City BBO and a shift of financial logistics to the Naples Chamber of Commerce resulted in lost revenues in the amount of $5,000. One of the retirees mentioned above has not been replaced and the anticipated loss in revenues from some of the educational programs will be $1,000 from FSC classes and $9,400 loss from the Home Loan program. Additionally, the Master Gardner program has seen a decline in class participants for a shortage of $1 ,000. During the current year, the University has decided it would be in the best interest of the public to provide the pesticide education classes at no charge. This results in a shortfall in revenues of $1 ,500. Finally, the personnel that managed the Home Buyer Program for collection of SHIP contributions moved to Housing and Human Services, taking the program as well. The contributions included in the budget were $35.000. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services will be $70,100 below the prior year adopted budget. We will experience a full year of the position reclassifications due to the retirees and the University has agreed to fund 60% of an Extension Agent position, saving the County approximately $28,000. Operating expenses will be $29,600 below the prior year adopted budget. There was $7,000 included in FY 07 for a one-time expenditure on disaster response kits. Electricity is anticipated to be $5,000 down from prior year budget and food operating supplies are anticipated to be at the same level as forecast for FY 07, saving $3,000. Total fleet charges will be $6,200 less than prior year. The department implemented various other small cuts totaling $8,400. Capital Outlay is requested for fencing improvements at $15,700 and conference room audio visual equipment replacement of $9,500. Fleet has recommended replacement of a mid-size 4-door sedan at $20,000. Extension Services is planning on purchasing a 1/2-ton, crew cab pick-up truck which fits their needs in transporting people and bulky program displays. This results in an additional $7,000 over the Fleet recommended vehicle. Revenues will be $67,000 less than prior year. $35,000 is associated with the Home Buyer SHIP contributions. Intergovernmental revenues for training of Parks and Recreation employees and Water and Sewer employees have been waived, resulting in a decrease of $13,000. Other educational programs have been reduced by $8,100 to reflect the loss of the Farm City BBO and pesticide education classes. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 9 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division County Extension, Education & Training 4-H Programs (116) Mission Statement Provide development opportunities for youth in leadership, citizenship, and practical skills. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 4-H Participation and Recruitment 0.50 24,000 24,000 Provide outreach activities to area schools to increase 4-H participation and recruitment Current Level of Service Budget 0.50 24,000 24,000 Total Proposed Budget 0.50 24,000 24,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 36,660 21,000 21,000 23,800 23,800 13.3% Operating Expense 5,701 3,000 3,000 200 200 (93.3%) Net Operating Budget 42,361 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 0% Total Budget 42,361 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 0% Total HE 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 42,230 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 0% Total Funding 42,230 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 0% Current FY 07/08 - Personal services expenses are for partial funding for a full-time employee to provide 4-H outreach activities. Net cost to the county is approximately $23,800 for this position. Revenue FY 07/08 - The grant revenue is from the 4-H Foundation for $24,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 10 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division County Extension, Education & Training University Extension Trust Fund (604) Mission Statement Our University Extension Trust was created to designate funds to specific programs within the Extension education plan and these funds will be used in furthering the education mission of the Collier County UF/IFAS Extension. Program Summary Departmental Administration I Overhead Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 42,700 43,000 -300 -300 300 42,700 42,700 42,700 42,700 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 5,448 44,500 2,900 2,500 2,500 (94.4%) Capital Outlay 1,273 9,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 6,721 53,500 2,900 2,500 2,500 (95.3%) Trans to 116 MiscGrant Fd '" Reserves For Contingencies 2,800 200 200 (92.9%) Reserves For Cash Flow 45,200 40,000 40,000 (11.5%) Total Budget 6,721 101,500 2,900 42,700 42,700 (57.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding. Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 7,800 '" Miscellaneous Revenues 30,378 101,500 10,200 4,200 4,200 (95.9%) Interest/Mise (65) '" Carry Forward 5,100 23,700 38,800 38,800 660.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (5,100) (300) (300) (94.1%) Total Funding 30,312 101,500 41,700 42,700 42,700 (57.9%) Forecast FY 06/07 - This fund was put into place during 2006 to manage the Friends of Extension donations and expenditures. The potential $101,500 donation for FY 07 by the Friends of Extension is not forthcoming resulting in the planned expenditures not being implemented. Current 07/08 - Operating expenses will be for the promotion and activities for the AG Tour, Commercial & Urban Horticultural Programs, Florida Yards & Neighborhood Program, Family & Consumer Sciences, and the Yard & Garden Show. Revenues are estimated contributions from private sources based upon historical contribution levels. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 11 12 r Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Domestic Animal Control FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,933,796 2,332,200 2,298,000 2,351,600 2,351,600 0.8% Operating Expense 647,460 689,000 674,000 856,100 856,100 24.3% Capital Outlay 72,242 326,300 326,300 298,100 298,100 (8.6%) Net Operating Budget 2,653,499 3,347,500 3,298,300 3,505,800 3,505,800 4.7% Reserves For Contingencies 4,100 3,800 3,800 (7.3%) Reserves For Cash Flow 64,000 110,700 110,700 73.0% Total Budget 2,653,499 3,416,600 3,298,300 3,620,300 3,620,300 6.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Domestic Animal Control (001) 2,607,994 3,265,000 3,230,800 3,433,300 3,433,300 5.2% DomesticAnimal Services Donations 4,500 4,500 4,500 4,500 0% (180) Neutered/Spay Trust Fund (610) 45,505 78,000 63,000 68,000 68,000 (12.8%) Total Net Budget 2,653,499 3,347,500 3,298,300 3,505,800 3,505,800 4.7% Total Transfers and Reserves 68,100 114,500 114,500 68.1% Total Budget 2,653,499 3,415,600 3,298,300 3,620,300 3,620,300 6.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 203,248 187,000 180,000 186,000 186,000 (0.5%) Charges For Services 207,945 180,200 178,700 180,700 180,700 0.3% Fines & Forfeitures 7,315 49,000 25,600 35,700 35,700 (27.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 18,835 5,000 5,000 4,600 4,600 (8.0%) InteresUMisc (395) '" Net Cost General Fund 2,237,347 2,908,800 2,906,500 3,090,900 3,090,900 6.3% Carry FOlWard 88,900 128,200 125,700 125,700 41.4% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (3,300) (3,300) (3,300) 0% Total FundIng 2,674,295 3,415,600 3,424,000 3,620,300 3,620,300 6.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Domestic Animal Control (001) 39.00 41.00 41.00 41.00 41.00 0% Total HE 39.00 41.00 41,00 41.00 41.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 13 CollIer County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Domestic Animal Control Domestic Animal Control (001) Mission Statement Domestic Animal Services (DAS) works to enforce Collier County ordinances, protect our citizens from zoonotic diseases, and promote the humane treatment of animals. DAS strives to educate the public on responsible pet ownership, pet hurricane preparedness and pet handling information to ensure the safety of people and their pets. DAS seeks to maximize the licensing of pets in Collier County so lost animals can be easily identified and reunited with their owners. We provide humane care, board, and medical services to impounded animals. We provide access to the public via the INTERNET to search for their lost pets. DAS offers an adoption program through which unclaimed pets can find new homes. Domestic Animal Services also works with humane and rescue organizations to ensure adoptable pets find homes. Domestic Animal Services is also charged with the care of special needs citizens' pets during hurricanes and emergency situations. DAS investigates cruelty and neglect cases and provides rescue and assistance to all Collier County domestic animals. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 4.00 812,196 800 811,396 Funding for department administration and fixed department overhead. Health, Safety, and Ordinance Enforcement 33.00 2,247,735 341,600 1,906,135 Investigation and enforcement of all State and local animal laws including, but not limited to, animal cruelty, animal bite investigations for rabies prevention, dangerous dog investigations and investigation of County ordinance violations. Assessment of fines, court citations, and the impoundment of stray animals Public education programs regarding County ordinances and State statutes and responsible pet ownership. Permitting of animal related businesses within the County. Removal of unclaimed domestic animals from highways. Humane disposition of impounded animals. Maintain records relating to activities and animai disoositions handled bv Animal Services includino oetlicensino Volunteer/Adoption Program 1.00 75,615 75,615 Volunteer Coordinator manages the animal adoption program through an enhanced volunteer program. Volunteers assist with animal lost and found, animal exercise, animal grooming, adoption outreach, remote adoption, foster olacements and anima! rescue arouo assistance. In-house Veterinarian Program 3.00 297,754 297,754 Maintain in-house vet program to provide health care for sheltered animals and soavlneuter of animals adooted from the shelter as oer State Statute Current Level of Service Budget 41.00 3,433,300 342,400 3,090,900 Total Proposed Budget 41.00 3,433,300 342,400 3,090,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Adoptable Animals Placed 2,600 2,700 2,500 2,600 Animals Impounded 8,700 8,800 8,000 8,500 Facility Visitors 37,600 37,800 44,000 45,000 Requests for Services 17,200 17,300 17,000 17,500 Volunteer Hours Contributed 4,200 4,500 4,500 5,000 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 14 . Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Domestic Animal Control Domestic Animal Control (OO1) FY2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,933,796 2,332,200 2,298,000 2,351,600 2,351,600 0.8% Operating Expense 601,955 607,500 607,500 784,600 784,600 29.2% Capital Outlay 72,242 325,300 325,300 297,100 297,100 (8.7%) Net Operating Budget 2,607,994 3,266,000 3,230,800 3,433,300 3,433,300 5.2% Total Budget 2,607,994 3,265,000 3,230,800 3,433,300 3,433,300 5.2% Total HE 39.00 41.00 41.00 41.00 41.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 176,262 162,000 155,000 161,000 161,000 (0.6%) Charges For Services 168,235 145,200 143,700 145,700 145,700 0.3% Fines & Forfeitures 7,315 49,000 25,600 35,700 35,700 (27.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 18,835 '" Net Cost General Fund 2,237,347 2,908,800 2,906,500 3,090,900 3,090,900 6.3% Total Funding 2,607,994 3,265,000 3,230,800 3,433,300 3,433,300 5.2% Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal Services are estimated to be $34,200 less than budget due to on-going vacancies and turnover of staff. Revenue FY 06/07 - The DAS revenue forecast is $31,900 less than originally budgeted because use of the Special Master system for processing DAS citations and fines did not become operational until February 2007. Citation revenue has been forthcoming from this system; however there is a considerable lag between issuance of the citation and realization of revenue. Due to the processing lag, collection process and ultimately real property lien process, all revenue anticipated may not realized in the current fiscal year. DAS' revenue has also been impacted by personnel turnover of Animal Control Officers who are charged to write citations. New officers have since been hired, trained and are now certified to write citations. Lastly, recent changes in State Laws allowing triennial rabies vaccinations instead of annual vaccinations have continued to negatively impact license revenue. Triennial rabies vaccinations no longer require pet owners to visit their veterinarian on an annual basis, thereby lessening the opportunity to sell pet licenses which are predominantly sold through veterinarian offices throughout the County. Current FY 07108 - Total current operating expenses are increasing by $177,100. In addition to normal increases in non-discretionary accounts, DAS has elected to utilize outside labor to pick up deceased animals and take them to the landfill in lieu of in-house staff perfomling this task. This process has been a major cause for turnover as the shelter staff who care for the animals then have to dispose of them at the landfill. The cost associated for this contract is $21,600. Temporary services have been induded at $16,000 to fill temporary vacancies and DAS' Chameleon Licensing agreement has increased by $11,900 as DAS is utilizing more computers. There has been a large turnover of ACO Officers during the 07 FY due to retirement and/or advancements. The Department needs to send new ACO Officers to training and has included $31,100 for travel and classes. Fleet maintenance and fuel charges have increased by $21,200. DAS is also continuing to expand their public relations and advertising to promote adoptions of animals. They have increased their advertising budget by $13,300 to increase citizen awareness of responSible pet ownership, the DAS Charitable Foundation, and DAS' adoption and volunteer programs. Capital outlay consists of Fleet recommended replacement of two (2) Animal Transport Vans for a cost of $72,000 and one replacement 1/2 ton, regular cab pickup truck at $22,000. The department has upgraded this to an extended heavy duty cab for an additional $4,000. This will afford DAS two vehicles with the capability to tow horse and emergency supply trailers. Other capital items include the installation, wiring and permitting of a large 125 i<:'N generator at a cost of $43,000. This generator was transferred from Fleet and will provide DAS the ability to n.m its entire administration building during emergency conditions. Other capital projects include the installation of a commercial dryer transferred to DAS by the Sherriffs Office for $3,100; expansion of a kennel runl holding area to allow for separation of animals in "isolation" from those that are healthy for a cost of $137,000; fence repairs at $1,000; replacement of five (5) 800 MHz radios for $11,000 and upgrade of a computer to include touch screen capabilities to support the Volunteer Reporter program for capturing volunteer hours at a cost of $4,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Publlc Services Division 15 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Domestic Animal Control Neutered/Spay Trust Fund (610) Mission Statement Maintain a neuter/spay program for animals adopted from Domestic Animal Services agencies as required by State statutes. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 68,000 60,000 8,000 114,200 122,200 -8,000 182,200 182,200 182,200 182,200 Neutered or Spayed Program Ensure all animals adopted from Domestic Animal Services are neutered or spayed. Collect a required fee to be applied to the total cost of the neuter or soav. Resolution 96-63 established the oroeedure. Reserves Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 45,505 78,000 63,000 68,000 68,000 (12.8%) Net Operating Budget 45,505 78,000 63,000 68,000 68,000 (12.8%) Reserves For Contingencies 3,900 3,500 3,500 (10.3%) Reserves For Cash Flow 64,000 110,700 110,700 73.0% Total Budget 45,505 145,900 63,000 182,200 182,200 24.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 26,986 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 0% Charges For Services 39,710 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 0% Interest/Mise (395) '" Carry Forward 88,900 128,200 125,200 125,200 40,8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (3,000) (3,000) (3,000) 0% Total Funding 66,301 145,900 188,200 182,200 182,200 24.9% Forecast FY 06/07 - The forecast operating expenses are $15,000 Jess than budget and are a result of actual neuter and spay activity. Revenue FY 07/08 - Revenue for this fund is provided by a $2 allocation of each license purchased for a non-neutered/spayed animal and from neuter/spay fees charged for each animal adopted. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 16 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Domestic Animal Control Domestic Animal Services Donations (180) Mission Statement The Domestic Animal Services (DAS) Charitable Trust Fund was created to accept donations on behalf of the homeless and stray animals of Collier County. While DAS works to ensure all impounded animals are healthy, well nourished, and properly housed, it's organizational mission is outlined by county ordinance. Many animals taken in by DAS require prolonged treatment, or more extensive medical services and recovery time than DAS can provide. The charitable donations received by the trust allows DAS to purchase equipment, training, and supplies to ensure all animals receive every possible chance to become an adoption program candidate. Program Summary Departmental Administration I Overhead Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 4,500 4,600 -100 300 200 100 4,800 4,800 4,800 4,800 Current level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 3,500 3,500 3,500 3,500 0% Capital Outlay 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 0% Net Operating Budget 4,600 4,500 4,500 4,500 0% Reserves For Contingencies 200 300 300 50.0% Total Budget 4,700 4,500 4,800 4,800 2.1"10 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 5,000 5,000 4,600 4,600 (8.0%) Interest/Mise '" Carry Forward 500 500 '" Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (300) (300) (300) 0% Total Funding 4,700 5,000 4,800 4,800 2.1% The DAS Charitable Trust Fund is newly created, and has not been marketed to date. FY 08 projections are an estimate based on unsolicited donations that had been previously received by DAS and deposited into the General Fund. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 17 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,860,420 920,200 2,539,900 931,700 43,400 975,100 6,0% Operating Expense 4,823,943 4,153,800 4,605,500 4,345,300 4,345,300 4.6% Indirect Cost Reimburs 400 400 400 300 300 (25.0%) Capital Outlay 10,090 22,800 57,600 3,000 3,000 (86.8%) Grants and Aid 3,284,356 881,400 12,381,000 917,600 917,600 4.1% Remittances 2,532,606 9,406,500 '" Net Operating Budget 12,511,816 5,978,600 28,990,900 6,197,900 43,400 6,241,300 4.4% Trans to 114 Pollutn Ctrl Fd n" Trans to 116 MiscGrant Fd 200,000 n" Reserves For Contingencies 294,000 336,100 336,100 14.3% Total Budget 12,711,816 6,272,600 28,990,900 6,534,000 43,400 6,577,400 4.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Adoption Awareness Vehicle Tags (170) 30,400 40,400 40,400 30,300 30,300 (25.0%) Community Develop Block Grant & Home 3,664,253 10,801,200 n" Invest(121) David Lawrence Center, Inc. (001) 841,800 881,400 881,400 917,600 917,600 4.1% Operational Support & Housing (111) 75,756 243,200 218,300 257,700 257,700 6.0% Retired & Senior Voluntr Prog RSVP 93,824 92,200 92,200 98,200 98,200 6.5% (116) Services for Seniors Program (123) 1,440,339 66,200 204,400 55,000 55,000 (16.9%) Social Services Program (001) 4,305,838 4,655,200 4,653,700 4,839,100 43,400 4,882,500 4.9% State Housing Incentives Part SHIP (191) 2,059,605 12,099,300 n" Total Net Budget 12,511,816 5,978,600 28,990,900 6,197,900 43,400 6,241,300 4.4% Total Transfers and Reserves 200,000 294,000 336,100 336,100 14.3% Total Budget 12,711,816 6,272,600 28,990,900 6,534,000 43,400 6,577,400 4.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 5,118,634 151,400 22,020,600 142,400 142,400 (5.9%) Charges For Services 281,304 80,000 1,111,300 80,000 80,000 0% Miscellaneous Revenues 614,722 5,000 6,400 6,000 6,000 20.0% fnteresVMisc 342,719 600 800 800 800 33.3% Reimb From Other Depts 88,994 49,000 33,900 (100.0%) Net Cost General Fund 5,056,084 5,531,600 5,494,800 5,756,700 43,400 5,800,100 4.9% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 63,156 114,200 138,300 171,700 171,700 50.4% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 159,500 166,800 166,800 177,600 177,600 6.5% Trans fm Trust & AgO; Fds '" Carry FOlWard 175,000 217,800 199,800 199,800 14.2% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,000) (1,000) (1,000) 0% Total Funding 11,725,114 6,272,600 29,190,700 6,534,000 43,400 6,577,400 4.9% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 18 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Social Services Program (001) 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 1.00 9.50 11.8% Retired & Senior Voluntr Prog RSVP 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 0% (116) SeNices for Seniors Program (123) 8.30 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 0% Community Develop Block Grant & Home 7.50 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 0% Invest(121) State Housing Incentives Part SHIP (191) 2.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 2,00 0% Operational Support & Housing (111) 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% Total HE 28.30 30.50 30,50 30.50 1.00 31.50 3.3% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 19 20 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Social Services Program (001) Mission Statement Our professional staff provides a range of high quality, medical case management services to eligible citizens of Collier County as required by Florida Statutes 125.01, 409.267, 154.308, 245.06, and 415.407. These services are either state mandated, emergency/short-term medical, or general assistance that support community members In restoring self-sufficiency, providing rehabilitation, and returning them to their previously achieved levels of productivity. These services seek to meet the minimum needs required for health and decency, according to available funding and Board of County Commissioners' policy and philosophy. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Department Administration/Overhead 2.00 269,221 269,221 Funding for departmental administration and fixed departmental overhead. Medicaid County Billing 0.50 1,827,894 1,827,894 Medicaid County expenses for Inpatient Hospital and Nursing Home care determined bv Florida Statute 409.267. Indigent Burials and Abused Children Exams 0.50 179,804 179,804 Provide burial/cremation services to Collier County residents, as required by Florida Statute 24506, and medical exams to residents as required by Florida Statute 415.407(4). Medical Assistance 2.50 1,630,699 1,630,699 As identified in Florida Statute 125.01, provide one-time emergency financial assistance to persons in order to retum them to self-sufficiency, self-supporting, productive members of Collier County. Out-of-County Hospital Care as determined by Florida Statute 154,308 and Health Care Responsibility Act (HeRA) Medication Assistance 2.00 708,105 708,105 As identified in Florida Statute 125.01, provide short-term assistance to elderly, poverty level, uninsured county residents to alleviate illness and prolonged disabilities. Information and Referral 0.50 28,573 28,573 As identified in Florida Statute 125.01, provide information to services that meet the needs of the citizens in order to orovide assistance. Shelter and Welfare 0.50 192,804 192,804 As identified in Florida Statute 125.01, provide assistance to individuals who are temporarily disabled or without income to prevent homelessness or eviction from their home. Guardian Ad Litem 2,000 2,000 To advocate for the best interests of children who are alleged to be abused, nealected or abandoned and who are involved in court oroceedinos. Current Level of Service Budget 8.50 4,839,100 4,839,100 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Customer Service Representative 1.00 43,400 43,400 Expanded Services Budget 1.00 43,400 43,400 Total Proposed Budget 9.50 4,882,500 4,882,500 Program Performance Measures # of client contacts Infonnation/Referral # of clients using medical and prescription services # of encounters with PLAN coordinator # of physician/hospital visits Value of donated services from participating PLAN physicans FY 2006 Actual 15,421 4,128 721 8,013 1,270,266 FY 2007 Budget 16,105 4,668 202 7,947 940,000 FY 2007 Forecast 16,032 4,848 958 9,456 1,460,805 FY 2008 Budget 16,300 5,100 1.101 9,740 1,679,925 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services DiVision 21 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Social Services Program (001) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 577,189 620,400 626,700 641,400 43,400 684,800 10.4% Operating Expense 3,720,595 4,012,000 4,004,200 4,194,700 4,194,700 4.6% Capital Outlay 8,054 22,800 22,800 3,000 3,000 (86.8%) Net Operating Budget 4,305,838 4,655,200 4,653,700 4,839,100 43,400 4,882,500 4.9% Total Budget 4,305,838 4,655,200 4,653,700 4,839,100 43,400 4,882,500 4.9% Total FTE 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 1.00 9.50 11.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 2,560 5.000 6,400 (100.0%) Reimb From Other Depts 88,994 33,900 n" Net Cost General Fund 4,214,284 4,650,200 4,613,400 4,839,100 43,400 4,882,500 5.0% Total Funding 4,305,838 4,655,200 4,653,700 4,839,100 43,400 4,882,500 4.9% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 22 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Note: Human Services was part of the Community Development and Environmental Services reorganization. As a result, the title of the Department was changed to Housing and Human Services and this Department now includes Community Development Block Grant & Home Investment Fund (121); State Housing Incentives Part (SHIP) Fund (191) and Operational Support and Housing from fund (111). Forecast 06/07 - Personal Services are $6,300 over budget. An employee was reclassified due to the reorganization, resulting in approximately a $6,000 increase. Operating expenses will be slightly below budget ($7,800). The Guardian Ad Litem Program only used $2,000 of their $9,800 budget. Revenues include receipt of interdepartmental reimbursement from local agencies (COGS) of $33,900. This reimbursement was in the 2006 budget but it was not received until 2007. There are no plans for a COGS reimbursement in the current year. Current FY 07/08 - Operating expenses are increasing by $182,700 to maintain a comparable level of service. There is an increase in physician fees of $44,700. Burial fees increased from $900 per burial to $1,600, resulting in a total increase in the budget of $41 ,000. Shelter Welfare costs have increased by $65,000 and client medicines and personal care items increased by $28,000 for the year. Capital Outlay consists of the purchase of a laptop for the Case Manager in Social Services at a cost of $3,000. Expanded FY 07/08 - includes a request for a Customer Service Representative. With the recent merging of the Human Services Department and the Housing Section from COES, the department has experienced a growing number of Collier County Residents seeking information regarding services. Unfunded Request FY 07/08 - The Human Services Information and Referral Services 211 system is budgeted to provide Collier citizens the ability to call one phone number to access information regarding human services for basic needs, physical and mental health resources, employment support, support for Older American and Persons with Disabilities, Support for Children, Youth and Families and volunteer opportunities and donation information. Additionally, this line would be available in times of natural disasters and emergencies as a central information and referral system for human needs. A request for (2) FTE's to provide standardized information and referral telephone service will identify an appropriate agency, non~profit for accessing these services. Total costs include funding for the 2 FTE's at $112,000, operating costs of $15,200, capital outlay and minor equipment costs of $29,500. The net cost to the General Fund will be $156,700. Note: The Low Income Program (LIP), formerly known as the Upper Payment Limit Program (UPL) will supplement County general funds by providing a 17.5% match to local government dollars. Only selected programs within the Medical Assistance Category are eligible for this program. Total County General Fund Revenue net cost for these program is $1,190,000 with a UP funding of $208,200 for a total contribution of $1 ,398,200. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 23 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department David Lawrence Center, Inc. (001) Mission Statement To provide for the local match as described in Florida Administrative Code 65E.14.005 requirement provided for the State portion funding of community mental health centers. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Crisis Stabilization Unit - Adults 124,100 124,100 Provide brief voluntary and involuntary evaluation and treatment for individuals exoeriencino a osvchiatric crisis in a non~hosDital. inoatienl mental health unit. Medical Services 291,200 291,200 Help clients achieve and maintain mental and emotional stability through client evaluation and assessment. medication manaoement and onoolno consultation Detoxification 308,200 308,200 Provide a short-term medical detoxification program to individuals who voluntarily seek treatment. Individual and group counseling, discharge planning, referrals for sober supports, and aftercare are key elements in the treatment orocess. The unit currentlv has 12 beds. Bridges 194,100 194,100 Provide intensive diagnostic, assessment, and treatment services in a residential treatment facility to children ages 5 to 17, who are experiencing serious emotional and psychological problems. This is a 20-bed unit, with an averaoe lenolh of stav of four months. Current Level of Service Budget 917,600 917,600 Total Proposed Budget 917,600 917,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Average post admission annual number of days worked for pay will be at 68 40 50 50 least - (Applies to Bridges & Case Mgmt) Median length of stay will be equal to or less than (Applies to Crisis 3.75 5.00 5.00 5.00 Stabilization Unit) Percent of children who improve their level of functioning. (Applies to 0.54 0.60 0.62 0.65 Bridges & Case Management) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Grants and Aid 841,800 881,400 881,400 917,600 917,600 4.1% Net Operating Budget 841,800 881,400 881,400 917,600 917,600 4.1% Total Budget 841,800 881,400 881,400 917,600 917,600 4.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 841,800 881,400 881,400 917,600 917,600 4.1% Total Funding 841 ,800 881,400 881,400 917,600 917,600 4.1% Current FY 07/08 - The Low Income Program (LIP) (formerly referred to as the UPL Program) will supplement County general funds by providing a 17.5% match to local government dollars. The County's contribution of $917,600 will be supplemented by the LIP contribution of $160,600 for total program funding of $1 ,078,200. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 24 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Retired & SeniorVoluntr Prog RSVP (116) Mission Statement The RSVP program is the only link in Collier County to match volunteers with agencies requesting senior volunteers to help serve the needs of the community. As sponsor of the program, Collier County Government is able to implement a more comprehensive volunteer program within County Government thereby reducing salary costs to the County. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Federal Grant 1.50 98,200 67,400 30,800 Grant program sponsored by Collier County Government whereby retirees contribute time and exoertise to the eommunitv. Transfers 30,800 -30,800 Current Level of Service Budget 1.50 98,200 98,200 Total Proposed Budget 1.50 98,200 98,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Number of Registered Volunteers 797 825 809 785 Total Hours of Service to Collier County 8,692 6,400 6,528 6,400 Total Hours Serviced by Volunteers 90,827 75,100 75,250 75,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 79,754 83,000 83,000 88,900 88,900 7.1% Operating Expense 14,071 9,200 9,200 9,300 9,300 1.1% Net Operating Budget 93,824 92,200 92,200 98,200 98,200 6.5% Trans to 114 Pollutn Ctrl Fd ,. Total Budget 93,824 92,200 92,200 98,200 98,200 6.5% Total HE 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 0% Program Funding Sources Intergovernmental Revenues Charges For Services Miscellaneous Revenues Interest/Mise Trans fm 001 Gen Fund Trans fm Trust & AgOj Fds FY 2006 Actual 67,766 FY 2007 Adopted 66,400 FY 2007 Forecast 66,400 FY 2008 Current 67,400 FY 2008 Expanded FY 2008 Proposed 67,400 FY 2008 Change 1.5% ,. 50 3,238 24.500 ,. 25,800 25,800 30,800 30,800 ,. 19.4% ,. Total Funding 95,554 92,200 92,200 98,200 98,200 6.5% Revenue FY 07/08 - The grant award is anticipated to be funded at the current level of $67,400. The General Fund transfer supports a part-time clerical position ($21,700) and operating expenses ($9,100). Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 25 Colher County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Services for Seniors Program (123) Mission Statement To assist those frail, elderly Collier County residents in greatest medical, economic and social need to remain in their homes as long as possible and to improve or maintain their quality of life by preventing premature institutionalization. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Community Care for the Elderly Grant 4.25 97,500 97,500 Older Americans' Act 3.75 49,300 49,300 Older Americans' Act- Title 111-8, IIl-C1, III-C2, and III-E Grants Medicaid Waiver 0.50 55,000 55,000 Reserves I Carryforward 187,500 187,500 Current level of Service Budget 8.50 389,300 389,300 Total Proposed Budget 8.50 389,300 389,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Number of Clients Served 1,687 1,172 1,193 1,216 Number of Service Units Provided 145,080 174,371 146,392 153,711 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 533,743 41,400 41,400 36,900 36,900 (10.9%) Operating Expense 825,681 24,800 163,000 18,100 18,100 (27.0%) Remittances 80,915 n" Net Operating Budget 1,440,339 66,200 204,400 55,000 55,000 (16.9%) Reserves For Contingencies 285,000 334,300 334,300 17.3% Total Budget 1,440,339 351,200 204,400 389,300 389,300 10.8% Total FTE 8.30 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 1,343,439 65,000 65,000 55,000 55,000 (15.4%) Miscellaneous Revenues (777) n" Interest/Mise (378) n" Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 135,000 141,000 141,000 146,800 146,800 4.1% Carry FOlWard 145,200 185,900 187,500 187,500 29.1% Total Funding 1,477,284 351,200 391,900 389,300 389,300 10.8% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 26 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services and operating expenses of $55,000 are to administer the Medicaid Waivers program. Reserves are accumulated excess match money from the Homemaking Administration program that is kept in reserves in the event that grant funding is interrupted. Revenue FY 07/08 - There is $55,000 budgeted for the Medicaid Waivers grant, which requires no County match. The $146,800 transfer from the General Fund is to match the Community Care for the Elderly Grant and the Older American's Act Grant. The chart on the following page shows the known funding shown above and also the anticipated funding that will be received through State and Federal grants. The Services for Seniors reserve in fund (123) is made up of several years of residual revenue from the grant programs. These funds will be used to offset any significant reduction in State funding so as to allow the Services for Seniors program to continue providing services to Collier County's elderly residents. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 27 FISCAL YEAR 2007-08 Grants (Requiring a County Match): Federal State County Other Total Grant Grant Match Community Care for the Elderly 0 697,300 97,500 0 794,800 Older American's Act Title III-B (OAA III-B) 288,600 0 28,100 0 316,700 Title III-CI (Congregate Meals Program) 37,000 0 4,300 0 41,300 Title III-C2 (Home Delivered Meals) 33,300 0 3,800 0 37,100 Tile III-E (Caregiver Support Program) 85,100 0 13,100 0 98,200 TOTAL 444,000 697,300 146,800 0 1,288,100 Grants (Not Requiring a County Match): Medicaid Waiver (Reimbursement 0 55,000 0 0 55,000 Homemaking Admin (Rollover Funds) 0 0 0 148,500 148,500 Alzheimer's Disease Initiative (ADI) 0 113,400 0 0 113,400 Home Care for the Elderly (HCE) 0 7,100 0 0 7,100 444,000 872,800 146,800 148,500 1,612,100 Grand Total 28 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Adoption Awareness Vehicle Tags (170) Mission Statement Accounts for the County's portion of Choose Life License Plate sales revenue which is distributed to nongovernmental, not-for-profit agencies that provide free counseling and services to pregnant women who are committed to placing their children for adoption. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 30,300 20,800 9,500 1,800 11,300 -9,500 32,100 32,100 32,100 32,100 Program Summary Adoption Awareness Counseling Through a contract with a private non-profit agency, provide free counseling and services to oreonant women who will olace their children for adootion. Miscellaneous/Reservesl FY 2008 Total FTE Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 30,000 40,000 40,000 30,000 30,000 (25.0%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 400 400 400 300 300 (25.0%) Net Operating Budget 30,400 40,400 40,400 30,300 30,300 (25.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 9,000 1,800 1,800 (80.0%) Total Budget 30,400 49,400 40,400 32,100 32,100 (35.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovemmental Revenues 21,426 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 0% Interest/Mise 1,498 600 800 800 800 33.3% Carry FOlward 29,800 31,900 12,300 12,300 (58.7%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,000) (1,000) (1,OOO) 0% Total Funding 22,924 49,400 52,700 32,100 32,100 (35.0%) Current FY 07/08 - Revenues and expenses are based on projected sales of Choose Life license plates. Funds received are distributed to the contracted agency to provide counseling and services for pregnant women. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 29 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Community Develop Block Grant & Home Invest(121) Mission Statement The mission of the Collier County Operational Support and Housing Department's grants and affordable housing programs are to meet the community needs by facilitating the creation of affordable housing opportunities; the improvement of communities; and the sustainability of neighborhoods. These goals and objectives will be met by working collaboratively with non-profit groups, governmental agencies, and public/private coalitions to coordinate activities and effectively leverage the resources available to the entire county. FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead/Projects 8.00 Current Level of Service Budget 8.00 Total Proposed Budget 8.00 FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Budget FY 2007 Forecast FY 2008 Budget Program Performance Measures Number of housing rehabilitation assistance to low to moderate income households Number of rental assistance to very low and low income households Program Budgetary Cost Summary Personal Services Operating Expense Capital Outlay Grants and Aid Remittances Net Operating Budget Total Budget Total FTE Program Funding Sources Intergovernmental Revenues Charges For Services Miscellaneous Revenues Total Funding 35 35 35 38 32 40 35 38 FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted FY2007 Forecast FY2008 Current FY 2008 Expanded FY 2008 Proposed FY2008 Change 488,872 151,860 1,018 570,812 2,451,691 3,664,253 .3,664,253 7.50 1,431,800 (51,300) 14,200 ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. 9,406,500 10,801,200 10,801,200 8.00 eo ni% 8.00 8.00 8.00 0% FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted FY 2007 Forecast FY2008 Current FY 2008 Expanded FY 2008 Proposed FY 2008 Change 3,639,678 3,538 52,570 3,695,786 10.801,200 ,. n. ,. 10,801,200 ,. The table on the following page illustrates available budget dollars dedicated to the various Community Development Slack Grant (CDSG) Programs administered by the County. The COBG Program does not coincide with the County's fiscal year and thus budget amendments are processed each year to establish budget within the accounting system. The Column's labeled Home Grant FY 07 Amended Budget and COSG Amended Budget represent all previous grant programs approved by the BCC where available budget exists in the accounting system. These programs are in various stages of implementation and date back to the July 1, 2002. Staff is currently administering 36 distinct grant programs under the COBG umbrella previously approved by the Soard of County Commissioners. The Board of County Commissioners on May 22,2007 approved the current COSG programs which take effect Juiy 1,2007. Programs with a July 1, 2007 heading are labeled above. Cumulatively, the Tolal Program FY 07 Forecast Column depicts all current and previous grant programs wilh available budget that are in the accounting system. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 30 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department The table on the following page illustrates available budget dollars dedicated to the various Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Programs administered by the County. The CDBG Program does not coincide with the County's fiscal year and thus budget amendments are processed each year to establish budget within the accounting system. The Column's labeled Home Grant FY 07 Amended Budget and CDBG Amended Budget represent all previous grant programs approved by the BCC where available budget exists in the accounting system. These programs are in various stages of implementation and date back to the July 1, 2002. Staff is currently administering 36 distinct grant programs under the CDBG umbrella previously approved by the Board of County Commissioners. The Board of County Commissioners on May 22, 2007 approved the current CDBG programs which take effect July 1,2007. Programs with a July 1, 2007 heading are labeled above Cumulatively, the Total Program FY 07 Forecast Column depicts all current and previous grant programs with available budget that are in the accounting system. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 31 Community Development Block Grant Program Home Grant COBG Grant 1~ul~7 1~ul~7 1~ul~7 1~ul~7 Total Program FY 07 Amended Bud, FY 07 Amended Bud, HOME COBG Emergency Shelter Continuum of Care FY 07 Forecast Grant Grant Grant Grant Program Personal Services 163,549 1727,097 169,282 1571,865 10 10 11,431,793 Operating Expenses 1146,977 1167,725) (1614) 11129,971) 10 10 1151,333) Capilal 1122,286) 136,433 10 10 10 10 114,147 Remittances 1947,713 15,783,978 1618,017 11,958,761 198,012 10 19,406,481 Total 11,135,953 16,479,783 1686,685 12,400,655 198,012 10 110,801,087 CDBG Grant 10 16,479,783 10 12,400,655 10 10 18,880,438 Emergency Sheller Granl 10 10 10 10 198,012 10 198,012 Continuum of Care Granl 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 HOME Granl 11,135,953 10 1686,685 10 10 10 11,822,638 Tolal 11,135,953 16,479,783 1686,685 12,400,655 198,012 10 110,801,088 32 . 33 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department State Housing Incentives Part SHIP (191) Mission Statement Increase the supply of affordable housing county-wide by managing the Affordable Housing Trust Fund providing for affordable housing strategies such housing rehabilitation and emergency repair, down payment/closing cost assistance, land acquisition with new construction, demolition with new construction, special needs housing and pre approved building plans. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Down Payment/Closing Cost Assistance 1.00 Rehabilitation 1.00 Current Level of Service Budget 2.00 Total Proposed Budget 2.00 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 165,076 222,700 ,. Operating Expense 21,767 356,400 ,. Capital Outlay 1,018 20,600 ,. Grants and Aid 1,871,744 11,499,600 ,. Net Operating Budget 2,059,605 12,099,300 eo Trans to 116 Mise Grant Fd 200,000 ,. Total Budget 2,259,605 12,099,300 ni% Total HE 2.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 46,325 11,068,000 ,. Charges For Services 265,166 1,031,300 ,. Miscellaneous Revenues 560,319 ,. Interest/Mise 338,361 ,. Total Funding 1,210,171 12,099,300 ,. The table on the following page illustrates available budget dollars dedicated to the SHIP program. The SHIP Grant Program does not coincide with the County's fiscal year and thus budget amendments are processed each year to establish budget within the accounting system. The FY 07 SHIP Amended Budget column represents budget dollars that are currently in the accounting system for FY 07. These dollars represent SHIP Grant funds from several previous program years beginning with the July 1,2004 through June 30, 2007 grant cycle. SHIP disbursement requirements state that a grantee has three (3) years to expend grant dollars. There are four separate grant programs with active budgets depicted in the FY 07 amended budget column. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 34 r State Housing Incentive Partnership Program (SHIP) Proeram Payment in Lieu of Impact Fees Down Payment Assistance Residential RehabilitationlOwner Land Acquisitiouffransfer Homebuyer Education Disaster Assistance Administration Total FY 07 SHIP Amended Bud[et $383,234 $4,395,159 $2,696,834 $194,000 $70,000 $130,339 $305,304 $8,174,869 Beginning July 1, 2007 Current SHIP Allocation (by Bud. Amd.\ $0 $2,500,000 $530,000 $600,000 $0 $0 $294,297 $3,924,297 Total FY 07 SHIP Forecast $383,234 $6,895,159 $3,226,834 $794,000 $70,000 $130,339 $599,601 $12,099,166 35 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Housing and Human Services Department Operational Support & Housing (111) Mission Statement The mission of the Collier County Operational Support and Housing Department's grants and affordable housing programs are to meet the community needs by facilitating the creation of affordable housing opportunities; the improvement of communities; and the sustainability of neighborhoods. These goals and objectives will be met by working collaboratively with non-profit groups, governmental agencies, and public/private coalitions to coordinate activities and effectively leverage the resources available to the entire county FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration I Overhead 2.00 257,700 86,000 171,700 Current Level of Service Budget 2.00 257,700 86,000 171,700 Total Proposed Budget 2.00 257,700 86,000 171,700 FY 2Q06 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 15,787 175,400 134,300 164,500 164,500 (6.2%) Operating Expense 59,970 67,800 84,000 93,200 93,200 37.5% Net Operating Budget 75,756 243,200 218,300 257,700 257,700 6.0% Total Budget 75,756 243,200 218,300 257,700 257,700 6.0% Total FTE 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 12,600 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 0% Miscellaneous Revenues 6,000 6,000 ,. Reimb From Other Depts 49,000 (100.0%) Net Cost MSTD General Fund 63,156 114,200 138,300 171,700 171,700 50.4% Total Funding 75,756 243,200 218,300 257,700 257,700 6.0% Forecast FY06/07 - The affordable housing function was shifted to Public Services mid - year from Community Development. Total expenses are projected under budget due to position vacancies. Current FY 07/08 - Funding for this function is provided in part by an impact fee deferral application fee, anticipated to generate revenue of $80,000. The bulk of funding is borne as a net cost to MSTD Fund (111). Personal Services include budget for two (2) FTE's; one Housing Manager and one Extension Agent. Operating expenses include $67,300 for rent and $25,900 for various supplies, materials and postage. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 36 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Library FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 5,419,895 6,284,300 6,127,300 6,618,500 6,618,500 5.3% Operating Expense 1,181,240 1,247,100 1,369,100 1,472,000 1,472,000 18.0% Capital Outlay 550,689 518,000 500,900 483,500 483,500 (6.7%) Net Operating Budget 7,151,823 8,049,400 7,997,300 8,574,000 8,574,000 6.5% Trans to Cap proj 200,000 ,. Reserves For Contingencies 6,200 5,700 5,700 (8.1%) Reserves For Capital 414,600 300,800 300,800 (27.4%) Total Budget 7,351,823 8,470,200 7,997,300 8,880,500 8,880,500 4.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change library (001) 6,604,136 7,575.400 7,391,500 8,110,000 8,110,000 7.1% Library Grants (129) 547,543 350,000 486,800 350,000 350,000 0% library Trust Fund (612) 145 124,000 119,000 114,000 114,000 (8.1%) Total Net Budget 7,151,823 8,049,400 7,997,300 8,574,000 8,574,000 6.5% Total Transfers and Reserves 200,000 420,800 306,500 306,500 (27.2%) Total Budget 7,351,823 8,470,200 7,997,300 8,880,500 8,880,500 4.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 547,543 350,000 341,500 350,000 350,000 0% Charges For Services 72,062 100,400 96,400 110,000 110,000 9.6% Fines & Forfeitures 219,801 260,000 180,000 200,000 200,000 (23.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 332,359 55,000 70,000 60,000 60,000 9.1% InterestlMisc 20,141 10,000 ,. Net Cost General Fund 6,311,992 7,221,000 7,115,100 7,800,000 7,800,000 8.0% Carry FOlWard 486,900 547,800 363,500 363,500 (25_3%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (3,100) (3,000) (3,000) (3.2%) Total Funding 7,503,899 8,470,200 8,360,800 8,880,500 8,880,500 4.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change library (001) 112.00 121.50 121.50 121.50 121.50 0% Total FTE 112.00 121.50 121.50 121.50 121.50 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 37 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Library Library (001) Mission Statement To systematically collect, organize and disseminate to the residents of Collier County a select collection of print and non print materials that in a timely fashion satisfy their Informational, recreational, cultural and educational needs. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Library Administration The Administration Program for the Collier County Public Library system is located in the Headquarters facility. This program currently consists of six components: General Supervision and Finance, Acquisitions, Technical Services, Data Management, Public Relations and Training, and Courier Services amono libraries Headquarters Library The Headquarters Library program provides a full-service public library to approximately 100,000 citizens living in the northern areas of the County. This unit is located approximately eight miles from the Naples Regional library, provides 64 hours of service weekly, and is open seven days a week year round. Services include: reference, books for home use, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and story programs, book clubs and other special programs and activities. 31.4% of the librarv usaoe is from this location. Naples Regional Library The Naples Regional Library program provides a full service public library, including extensive reference and genealogy collections. This library has the largest book collection in the system and represents 21 % of library usage. Services include: reference, books for home use, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and StOlV oroorams. book clubs and other special oroorams and activities. Immokalee Branch The Immokalee Branch library program provides a full service public library and a specialized information and referral program to the citizens of Immokalee This library is the sole source of library services in the area, providing 60 hours of service weekiy. It is located 25 miles from Estates Branch and 50 miles from the Headquarters Library. Services include: reference, books for home use, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and story programs, book clubs and other special programs and information about various community resources for area citizens. This librarv reoresents about 3.39% of Iibrarv usaoe Golden Gate Branch The Golden Gate Branch library program provides a full service public library, with 60 hours of service weekly. Golden Gate Branch is located 12 miles from the Headquarters library, 8 miles from the Naples Regional library and 8 miles from the Estates Branch, Services include: reference, books for home use, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and story programs, book clubs and other special oroorams and activities, This librarv reoresents about 8.76% of librarv usaae. Marco Island Branch The Marco Island Branch library program provides a full service public library to the citizens living on Marco Island, the Isles of Capri and Goodland. This library is located on Marco Island and is 15 miles form the East Naples Branch and 23 miles from the Headquarters facility. Services include: reference, books for home use, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and story programs, book clubs and other special programs and activities, This library represents about 9.76% of Iibrarv usaoe. with definite seasonal oalterns of usaoe Extension The Extension library program provides a large range of library related services outside of the physical library buildings, including: Outreach services to jails, home-bound, nursing homes and Everglades City residents; and Literacv services to adults_ families and within the workolace. East Naples Branch The East Naples Branch Library program provides a full service public library to the area residents, with 60 hours of service weekly. This library is located about 10 miles from the Naples Regional Library, 22 miles from the Headquarters Library and 7 miles from the new South Regional Library (being planned). Services include: reference, books for home use, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and story programs, book clubs and other special programs and activities. This libraIV reoresents about 9.4% of librarv usaoe. 21.50 2,028,000 310,000 1,718,000 23.00 1,536,800 1,536,800 20.50 1,518,200 1,518,200 8.00 480,100 480,100 7.50 434,000 434,000 6.50 388,000 388,000 3.00 221,700 221,700 8.00 426,500 426,500 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 38 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Library Library (001) Estates Branch The Estates Branch Library program provides a full service pubiic library, with 60 hours of service weekly. Estates Branch is located 22 miles from the Headquarters Library and 25 miles from the Immokalee Branch Library. Services include: reference, books fOf home use, magazines, newspapers, DVOs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and story programs, book clubs and other special programs and activities. This librarv reoresents about 6,6% of libraN usaoe Vanderbilt Beach Branch The Vanderbilt Beach Branch Library program provides a full service public library, with 60 hours of service weekly. Vanderbilt Beach Branch is located 6 miles from the Headquarters Library and 14 miles from the Naples Regional Library. SeNices include: reference, books for home use, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, VHS video cassettes, audio books, public computers, children's books and story programs, book clubs and other special programs and activities. This librarv remesents about 9,25% of librarv usaoe. South Regional Library This library is currently in the planning stages, with construction expected to start by Fall 2007. A children's librarian has been hired, enabling the Library to develop programs more fully in the east Naples area, prior to opening this reoionallibrarv. 6.50 FY 2008 Budget 418,400 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 418,400 Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE 7.00 402,400 402,400 10.00 255,900 255,900 Current Level of Service Budget 121.50 8,110,000 310,000 7,800,000 Total Proposed Budget 121.50 8,110,000 310,000 7,800,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Annual Circulation 2.722.539 3,000,000 2.950,000 3,000,000 Children's Programs Per Month 289 375 292 300 Circulation Per Employee 25.524 26,800 26,000 26,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 5,419,895 6,284,300 6,127,300 6,618,500 6,618,500 5.3% Operating Expense 951,120 1,060,100 1,046,100 1,250,000 1,250,000 17.9% Capital Outlay 233,121 231,000 218,100 241,500 241,500 4.5% Net Operating Budget 6,604,136 7,675,400 7,391,500 8,110,000 8,110,000 7.1% Total Budget 6,604,136 7,575,400 7,391,500 8,110,000 8,110,000 7.1% Total FTE 112.00 121.50 121.50 121.50 121.50 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 71,262 94,400 96,400 110,000 110,000 16,5% Fines & Forfeitures 219,801 260,000 180,000 200,000 200,000 (23.1%) Miscellaneous Revenues 1,080 ,. Net Cost General Fund 6,311,992 7,221,000 7,115,100 7,800,000 7,800,000 8.0% Total Funding 6,604,136 7,575,400 7,391,500 8,110,000 8,110,000 7.1% Fiscal Yeaf 2008 Public Services Division 39 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Library Forecast FY 06/07- Forecast personal services are $157,000 less than budgeted. The South Regional Library had budgeted funds to hire the Children's Librarian at the beginning of the 07 FY and planned to hire the other nine (9) approved FTE's in August of 2007, for a total cost of $147,200. The opening of the South Regional library has been delayed and accordingly, the Children's Librarian was not hired until later in the year and the hiring of the additional nine (9) FTE's has been delayed until FY 08. Additionally, the Assistant Director of the Library position has been vacant for a good part of the year along with several other part-time positions. Operating Expenses are $14,000 below budget as the Department did not use printing and binding services to the level initially planned. Capital Expenses are $12,900 below budget because there has been a delay in acquiring some data processing equipment. Revenues will be $78,000 short of budget. The Library implemented a new automation system in FY 06. Some of the data relating to old tines owed by patrons did not map to the new system, causing a loss of this data and resulting in less money being collected. The system is also easier for patrons to use to monitor their own accounts and either renew or return materials before due dates to avoid fines. Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services include only two months' costs for the additional nine (9) FTE planned to be hired for South Regional Library in August or possibly September of 2008. Operating expenses increased by $189,900 and include $43,200 for the maintenance contract for the new automation system put in place during FY 06. Additionally, minor data processing equipment is increasing by $25,000 to replace some of the older peripherals at the libraries; library supplies, publications and periodicals are increasing by $20,000; traveling, training and education costs are planned to be $18,300 over the prior year; and public computers are now being purchased from operating instead of capital budgets since the costs are below $1 ,000 each. Various operating costs experienced small increases throughout the libraries for a total of $83,400. Capital outlay of $241 ,500 includes general building improvements of $37,000; replacement office furniture for the Everglades City Branch at $4,000; office equipment replacements of $10,000; replacement of older computers and printers for $50,000; and books and micro forms at $140,500. Revenues for fines and forfeitures are anticipated to be $60,000 less than the prior year adopted budget. With the implementation of the new automation system, library patrons are able to renew their book rentals from home, thus reducing the amount of late fees and charges being collected. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 40 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Library Library Grants (129) Mission Statement To account for funds received from the State of Florida, as State Aid to Libraries and other state and federal grants, for the Collier County Public Library. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 350,000 350,000 2,900 2,900 352,900 352,900 352,900 352,900 Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE Aid to Libraries Funds are used to pay for data base maintenance, Internet access, materials. office furniture and data orocessino eouiomenl. Reserves library Current level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 230,120 155,000 296,000 185,000 185,000 19.4% Capital Outlay 317,423 195,000 190,800 165,000 165,000 (15.4%) Net Operating Budget 547,543 350,000 486,800 350,000 350,000 0% Reserves For Capital 140,400 2,900 2,900 (97.9%) Total Budget 547,543 490,400 486,800 352,900 352,900 (28.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 547,543 350,000 341,500 350,000 350,000 0% InterestlMisc 21,354 10,000 ,. Carry Forward 140,400 138,200 2,900 2,900 (97.9%) Total Funding 668,897 490,400 489,700 352,900 352,900 (28.0%) Forecast FY 06/07 - Additional forecast operating expenses reflect $141,000 in electronic data base costs, paid for and carried forward from the prior year grant funds. Revenues - The State Aid to libraries Grant fluctuates slightly each year. The FY 07 grant was received at $341,500. Current FY 07/08 - The $185,000 in operating expenses will pay for database maintenance and Internet access. The $165,000 in capital outlay will be used to purchase books, library materials and other publications. Revenue FY 07/08 - The State Aid to Libraries Grant is anticipated to be $350,000. Note: State Aid to Libraries is, by legislative intent, provided to improve library services within the State and is intended to supplement rather than replace local efforts. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 41 Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Library Library Trust Fund (612) Mission Statement To accept and be accountable for donations and bequests received from the public for the Collier County Public libralY System. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 114,000 420,600 -306,600 303,600 -3,000 306,600 417,600 417,600 417,600 417,600 Library Enhancements Used to fund Library improvements Reserves/Transfers Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 32,000 27,000 37,000 37,000 15.6% Capital Outlay 145 92,000 92,000 77,000 77 ,000 (16.3%) Net Operating Budget 145 124,000 119,000 114,000 114,000 (8.1%) Trans to Cap Proj 200,000 n. Reserves For Contingencies 6,200 5,700 5,700 (8.1%) Reserves For Capital 274,200 297,900 297,900 8.6% Total Budget 200,145 404,400 119,000 417,600 417,600 3.3"10 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 800 6,000 (100.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 331,279 55,000 70,000 60,000 60,000 9.1% InterestlMisc (1,213) ,. Carry Forward 346,500 409,600 360,600 360,600 4.1% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (3,100) (3,000) (3,000) (3.2%) Total Funding 330,866 404,400 479,600 417,600 417,600 3.3% Forecast FY 06/07 - Miscellaneous revenues are $15,000 over budget due to the receipt of additional donations from patrons. Current FY 07/08 - Budgeted funds will be used to purchase library publications and data processing equipment. The reserve for capital is for the purchase of books and other capital items. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 42 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Museum FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 589,209 716,300 728,300 755,300 91,400 846,700 18.2% Operating Expense 782,617 554,600 600,400 509,600 509,600 (8.1%) Capital Outlay 459,151 105,000 338,000 321,000 35,000 356,000 239.0% Debt Service - Interest 12,268 na Net Operating Budget 1,843,246 1,375,900 1,666,700 1,585,900 126,400 1,712,300 24.4% Trans to Tax Collector 30,914 37,400 38,800 39,900 39,900 6.7% Trans to General Fund 24 59,800 59,800 59,800 59,800 0% Trans to Cap Proj 330,000 330,000 (100.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 70,400 161,100 161,100 128.8% Reserve for Attrition (9,800) (17,100) (17,100) 74.5% Total Budget 1,874,183 1,863,700 2,095,300 1,829,600 126,400 1,956,000 5.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Museum Fund (198) 1,843,246 1,375,900 1,666,700 1,585,900 126,400 1,712,300 24.4% Total Net Budget 1,843,246 1,375,900 1,666,700 1,585,900 126,400 1,712,300 24.4% Total Transfers and Reserves 30,938 487,800 428,600 243,700 243,700 (50.0%) Total Budget 1,874,183 1,863,700 2,095,300 1,829,600 126,400 1,956,000 5.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Tourist Devel Tax 1,544,911 1,496,000 1,551,000 1,468,600 126,400 1,595,000 6.6% Miscellaneous Revenues 10,929 700 ,. Interest/Mise 598 3,000 ,. Trans frm Tax Collector 15,000 15,000 ,. Trans fro 001 Gen Fund 175,000 225,000 225,000 (100.0%) Trans fro 193 TOC Museum Fd 130,400 ,. Carry Forward 217,500 741,400 440,800 440,800 102.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (74,800) (79,800) (79,800) 6.7% Total Funding 1,876,838 1,863,700 2,536,100 1,829,600 126,400 1,956,000 5.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Oeparbnent Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Museum Fund (198) 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 2.00 13.00 18.2% Total FTE 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 2.00 13.00 18.2% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 43 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Museum Museum Fund (198) Mission Statement To preserve Collier County's non-renewable historical and archaeological resources and promote a fuller public knowledge and appreciation of our community's unique heritage and cultural development through the use of permanent and traveling exhibits, artifact, document and photographic collections, historic sites, visitor tours, historical research, school and educational programs, preservation and historic marker programs, community outreach, lectures, publications, and family~shared cultural events and activities. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Museums & Historic Sites Administration/Overhead 3.00 476,867 1,468,600 -991,733 Funding to administer and maintain the Museum's main facility, its historic sites, structures, markers and botanical gardens, To minimize loss and deterioration of the artifact and photographic collections, County documents, maps, records and other non-renewable historical. archeoloaicaI and cultural resources Collections, Exhibition & Information Services 2.00 310,695 310,695 Provide regular operating schedule for public visitation, resources for exhibit research, exhibit development, professional management and conservation of the collections, and maintain permanent exhibits to interpret the history and develooment of Collier Countv for both residents and visitors Education & Community Services 1.00 72,938 72,938 Provides curriculum-based student programs, volunteer training, outreach activities and lectures to civic groups and organizations, special exhibitions, and family-centered learning experiences such as the Old Fiorida Festival, Archaeology Fair, Native Plant Exhibition, Tamiami Trail Commemoration, and Roberts Ranch Historical Re-enactment. Museum of the Everglades 2.00 158,000 158,000 Provide funding to maintain and operate a County Museum branch facility in Everglades City. The restored structure is a nationally recognized and reoistered historic landmark. Roberts Ranch/lmmokalee Pioneer Museum 1.00 262,000 262,000 Provide funding to develop, maintain and operate a County Museum branch facility at the Roberts Ranch in lmmokalee. The restored property is a nationally recoonized and reaistered historic landmark Naples Depot 2.00 305,300 305,300 Provide funding to develop, maintain and operate a County Museum branch facilitv at the NaoJes Deoo!. Roberts Ranch Acquisition 59,900 59,900 Annual transfer to the County General Fund to repay the loan to purchase an additional 8_8 acres of the orioinal Roberts Ranch orooertv in 1999. ReserveslTransfers 183,900 361,000 -177,100 Current Level of Service Budget 11.00 1,829,600 1,829,600 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 44 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Museum Museum Fund (198) Program Enhancements FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 35,000 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Pick-up Truck and Trailer An F-250 extended cab pick-up truck and an 8,000 LB GW trailer is required to move exhibits and equipment between the four Collier County Museums. The truck and trailer will also be used to carry exhibits and equipment to various County and non-county events. Currently the museum is using a long-term loaner from Fleet Manaoement Maintenance Specialist for Roberts' Ranch A Maintenance Specialist position is requested for Roberts' Ranch. The Museum currently has only one employee at Roberts' Ranch. The ranch consists of 16 buildings/structures on approximately 14 acres of land. One person can not effectively manage all the responsibilities required to operate the ranch. Museum Assistant at the Main Museum The Main Museum currently uses the Administration Assistant to greet customers and provide them with a brief orientation to the Museum grounds and exhibits. This task significantly reduces the Admin Assistant's ability to perform the position's primary responsilities. A Museum Assistant is requested to provide customer service to Museum guests, assist the Curator of Collecitons, assist the Curator of Education, and and assist the Museum's oardener. 35,000 1.00 45,700 45,700 1.00 45,700 45,700 Expanded Services Budget 2.00 126,400 126,400 Total Proposed Budget 13.00 1,956,000 1,956,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Annual Visitor Attendance 61,106 60,000 61,000 63,000 Volunteer Hours Contributed 5,283 7,000 5,500 6,000 Web Site Visitors 426,445 440,000 428,000 431,000 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 45 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Museum Museum Fund (198) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 589,209 716,300 728,300 755,300 91,400 846,700 18.2% Operating Expense 782,617 554,600 600,400 509,600 509,600 (8.1%) Capital Outlay 459,151 105,000 338,000 321,000 35,000 356,000 239.0% Debt Service - Interest 12,268 na Net Operating Budget 1,843,246 1,375,900 1,666,700 1,585,900 126,400 1,712,300 24.4% Trans to Tax Collector 30,914 37,400 38,800 39,900 39,900 6.7% Trans to General Fund 24 59,800 59,800 59,800 59,800 0% Trans 10 Cap proj 330,000 330,000 (100.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 70,400 161,100 161,100 128,8% Reserve for Attrition (9,800) (17,100) (17,100) 74.5% Total Budget 1,874,183 1,863,700 2,095,300 1,829,600 126,400 1,956,000 5.0% Total FTE 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 2.00 13.00 18.2% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Tourist Oevel Tax 1,544,911 1,496,000 1,551,000 1,468,600 126,400 1,595,000 6,6% Miscellaneous Revenues 10,929 700 ,. InleresUMisc 598 3,000 ,. Trans frm Tax Collector 15,000 15,000 ,. Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 175,000 225,000 225,000 (100.0%) Trans fm 193 TOC Museum Fd 130,400 ,. Carry Forward 217,500 741,400 440,800 440,800 102.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (74,800) (79,800) (79,800) 6.7% Total Funding 1,876,838 1,863,700 2,536,100 1,829,600 126,400 1,956,000 5.0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 46 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Museum Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal services exceed the budget due to an injury to the only worker at Roberts' Ranch. The Museum used a temporary employee until the regular employee recovered sufficiently to perform most of his responsibilities on his own. Forecast operating and capital outlay expenses exceed the budget due to restoration work and exhibit development for the Naples Depot, Robert's Ranch, and the Museum of the Everglades that was begun and encumbered in FY 06 but not completed and paid for until FY 07. Revenue FY 06/07 - Forecast revenue exceeds budget due to additional carryforward resulting from the restoration work and exhibit development at the Naples Depot, Roberts' Ranch, and the Museum of the Everglades begun in FY 06 and completed and paid for in FY 07. Also, Tourist Development Revenue is projected to exceed the budget by $55,000. Current FY 07/08 - Budgeted operating expenses include $100,000 for marketing, promotion and advertisement, $33,000 for the third and final installment to Florida Gulf Coast University for producing a series of videos about the history of Collier County, $20,000 for exhibit development, and $15,000 for a temporary traveling exhibit. The capital outlay request of $321 ,000 includes $150,000 for a parking lot at Roberts' Ranch, $100,000 for exhibit development at the Naples Depot, $50,000 for all-weather subject markers at the Main Museum, $6,000 for office furniture, machinery and equipment, $10,000 for lighting system improvements, and $5,000 to purchase historical artifacts. Transfers include $59,800 for the annual payment to the General Fund for the purchase of a portion of Roberts Ranch, and $39,900 to the Tax Collector for revenue collection services. Revenue FY 07/08 - Revenue is budgeted to increase 6.6% or $99,000 and is based on projections from the first six months of Tourist Tax collections received in FY 07. Expanded FY 07/08 -A Maintenance Specialist position (1.0 full-time FTE) is requested for Roberts' Ranch. The Museum currently has only one employee working at Roberts' Ranch, which consists of 16 buildings/structures on 14 acres of land. Having one person working all alone with ranch/farm equipment and machinery is dangerous and places the County at risk. The total cost for this request is $45,700. A Museum Assistant position (1.0 full-time FTE) is requested for the Main Museum. The Museum currently uses the Administrative Assistant to greet guests and provide them with a brief orientation to the Museum grounds and exhibits. This task significantly reduces the Administrative Assistant's ability to perform the position's primary responsibilities which include purchasing, bookkeeping, communication center, and other clerical duties for all four Museum locations. The Museum Assistant will provide customer service to all guests, assist the curators of collections and education, and also the Museum gardener. The total cost of this request is $45,700. An F-250 extended cab pick~up truck and an 8,000 LB GW utility box trailer is requested to move exhibits and equipment between the four Collier County Museum sites. The truck and trailer will also be used to carry exhibits and equipment to various County and non-county events. Currently the Museum is using a loaner vehicle from Fleet Management. The total cost of this request is $35,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 47 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 .FY2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 10,640,220 14,463,100 14,249,100 14,790,500 85,600 14,876,100 2.9% Operating Expense 6,176,407 9,095,800 8,840,000 10,190,900 29,700 10,220,600 12.4% Indirect Cost Reimburs 271,000 278,600 278,600 267,300 267,300 (4.1%) Capital Outlay 752,988 802,100 833,400 664,000 100,000 764,000 (4.8%) Grants and Aid ,. Remittances 571,152 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 0% Net Operating Budget 18,411,767 25,039,600 24,601,100 26,312,700 215,300 26,528,000 5.9% Trans to Property Appraiser 3,349 4,900 3,700 3,400 3,400 (30.6%) Trans to Tax Collector 8,710 11,400 8,900 11,900 11,900 4.4% Reserves For Contingencies 55,100 66,600 66,600 20,9% Reserves For Capital 45,700 58,700 58,700 28.4% Reserve for Attrition (7,400) (12,000) (12,000) 62.2% Totai Budget 18,423,826 25,149,300 24,613,700 26,441,300 215,300 26,656,600 6.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change County Park Facilities & Programs (001) 6,709,203 10,667,700 10,783,500 11,929,200 45,600 11,974,800 12.3% Golden Gate Community Center (130) 1,278,261 1,580,900 1,434,300 1,332,300 112,000 1,444,300 (8.6%) Parks & Recreation (111) 9,931,782 12,030,000 11,794,900 12,462,800 57,700 12,520,500 4.1% Parks and Recreation Department Grant 492,520 761,000 588,400 588,400 588,400 (22.7%) Fund (119) Total Net Budget 18,411,767 25,039,600 24,601,100 26,312,700 215,300 26,528,000 5.9% Total Transfers and Reserves 12,059 109,700 12,600 128,600 128,600 17.2% Total Budget 18,423,826 25,149,300 24,613,700 26,441,300 215,300 26,656,600 6.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Ceparbnent Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 429,978 456,500 439,600 474,500 39,900 514,400 12.7% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 19 ,. Intergovernmental Revenues 492,520 761,000 588,400 588,400 588,400 (22.7%) Charges For Services 5,067,041 7,260,700 6,736,000 8,441,800 53,300 8,495,100 17.0% Fines & Forfeitures 16,000 10,000 20,000 20,000 25.0% Miscellaneous Revenues 131,095 78,800 74,000 77,100 77,100 (2.2%) Interest'Misc 18,824 9,200 15,000 15,000 15,000 63.0% Reimb From Other Depts 222,709 178,900 178,900 234,100 234,100 30.9% Trans frm Property Appraiser 560 ,. Trans frm Tax Collector 4,356 ,. Net Cost General Fund 3,789,582 5,767,900 6,223,900 5,741,600 45,600 5,787,200 0.3% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 7,739,928 9,795,700 9,567,700 10,073,000 16,800 10,089,800 3.0% Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 596,800 670,700 670,700 653,100 59,700 712,800 6.3% Carry Forward 197,200 266,400 156,900 156,900 (20.4%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (43,300) (34,200) (34,200) (21.0%) Total Funding 18,493,412 25,149,300 24,770,600 26,441,300 215,300 26,656,600 6.0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 48 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change County Park Facilities & Programs (001) 101.70 103.70 105.00 101.50 1.00 102.50 (1.2%) Parks & Recreation (111) 126,00 126,00 126.00 129.50 0.50 130.00 3.2% Golden Gate Community Center (130) 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 0% Total HE 240.20 242.20 243.50 243.50 1.50 245.00 1.2% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 49 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department County Park Facilities & Programs (001) Mission Statement To benefit the well-being of the people, community and environment of Collier County. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 3.00 459,346 459,346 Departmental administration to oversee County Park facilities and programs including employee, contractual, fiscal and resource management. Measure: Ensure Park Ranger, maintenance operations, aquatic, fitness, therapeutic, and beaches achieve established goals as recorded on daily logs, monthly and fiscal reoDrts throuoh trainino and insoection Maintenance 22.50 2,796,719 2,796,719 To provide a pleasant, clean, safe and enjoyable envirDnment for park visitors at all assigned parks in order to provide exceptional passive and active recreational experiences. Measure; Apply sound management practices and visitor services at 789 acres of lands. To clean, groom, and rake City of Marco and selected County beaches for a total of 8 miles, one time per week. Measure: Beaches and parks are clean of debris and evaluated as recorded on dailv loas and visual insoections Recreation Programs 45.20 4,874,266 2,908,200 1,966,066 Recreation programs include merchandise for resale at Caxambas Park, sailing and skiing at Sugden Regional Park, adult and youth athletic programs, therapeutic programs, County-wide special events, ranger/athletic camps, fitness and gymnasium, and Sun-N-Fun Lagoon. Provide 320 interpretative programs annually and 300 additional recreation programs. Measure: Provide a total of 620 aualitv oroorams annuallv. Parks & Recreation Marina Operations 5.30 1,477,400 1,791,300 -313,900 Provide staff, fuel sales, bait, launching and docking services at County owned marinas. Park Rangers - Beaches 8.00 995,137 1,290,000 -294,863 To protect resources, collect revenue and prDvide assistance to park visitors through high visibiiity, personal contact and educational programming. Measure: Seek out personal contact with 70,000 park visitors and provide 17.000 Dark site visits annuallv as recorded on dailv oatrDlloas. Park Rangers ~ Community Parks 8.50 455,601 4,000 451,601 To protect resources and provide assistance to park visitors through high visibility, personal contact and education. Measure; Seek out contact with 47,000 park visitDrs and provide 10,000 park site visits annually as documented on dailv oatrolloas. Toll Booth Attendants 6.00 179,131 179,131 To collect, reconcile, deposit, and track all beach parking revenues. to verify beach parking permits of custDmers using facilities. Measure: To provide accurate accountino Df revenues collected Sea Turtle Monitoring 3.00 291,600 194,100 97,500 Monitoring, reporting and infDrmational activities required to SUPPDrt beach permit conditions. Remittances to Municipalities 400,000 400,000 Payment to City of Naples fDr County use of beach parking spaces in City per Interlocal Aoreement Current level of Service Budget 101.50 11,929,200 6,187,600 5,741,600 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 50 r Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department County Park Facilities & Programs (001) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Parks & Recreation Program leader-Concessions 1.00 45,600 45,600 Program Leader-Concessions is needed to back up Senior Program Leader when that person is off, on vacation, or not available. The incumbent would be required to handle day to day operations of the North Collier Regional Park Concessions. Completes paperwork as assigned, helps to develop and monitor concession menus, Assists Senior Program Leader with purchase orders, bid information, purchases, receiving inventory, complete daily cash deposits, train staff to properly use the concession equipment, organize supplies and materials. In addition this person would sit in on interviews for the food concession staff, help with payroil, direct the Concession attendants in the absence of the Senior Program Leader. There are 3 concession areas that this person can be responsible for at any given time. The Sun N Fun Lagoon Concession area when open averages between $2000-$3500 in daily saies. The soccer concession averages between $1000 on league play days and up $4500 on tournament days. The softball complex averages $250 on league play days and up $3000 on Tournament days. The Senior Program Leader averages about 45 to 50 hours a week depending on tournament schedule just being able to cover the operational needs. This position will help save over time, compensatory time and allow for better coverage of the concession. ooeralion. Expanded Services Budget 1.00 45,600 45,600 Total Proposed Budget 102.50 11,974,800 6,187,600 5,787.200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of Beach Inspected before 9:00 a.m. 0.95 0.95 0.95 0.95 Acres Maintained 789 789 789 789 Miles of Beach Inspected 2,520 2,520 2,520 2,520 Park Sites Visited 25,000 27,000 31,700 31,700 Personal Contacts 115,000 117,000 145,200 145,200 Programs 600 620 620 620 FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 3,787,211 6,204,000 6,223,600 6,327,100 45,600 6,372,700 2.7% Operating Expense 2,124,953 3,916,900 4,013,100 5,064,200 5,064,200 29.3% Capital Outlay 225,887 146,800 146,800 137,900 137,900 (6.1%) Grants and Aid ,. Remittances 571,152 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 0% Net Operating Budget 6,709,203 10,667,700 10,783,500 11,929,200 45,600 11,974,800 12.3% Total Budget 6,709,203 10,667,700 10,783,500 11,929,200 45,600 11,974,800 12.3% Total HE 101.70 103.70 105.00 101.50 1.00 102.50 (1.2%) FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 2,673,386 4,683,400 4,342,000 5,929,500 5,929,500 26.6% Fines & Forfeitures 16,000 10,000 20,000 20,000 25.0% Miscellaneous Revenues 23,526 21,500 28,700 4,000 4,000 (81.4%) Reimb From Other Depts 222,709 178,900 178,900 234,100 234,100 30.9% Net Cost General Fund 3,789,582 5,767,900 6,223,900 5,741,600 45,600 5,787,200 0.3% Total FundIng 6,709,203 10,667,700 10,783,500 11,929,200 45,600 11,974,800 12.3% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 51 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal services are $19,600 over adopted budget. Personnel count has increased by 1.3 FTEs. During the year, the Board of County Commissioners approved increasing one.5 FTE to a full FTE for an additional cost of $26,340. Additionally during the year, the Board of County Commissioners approved the Parks and Recreation Department to take over the operations of the Cocohatchee River Marina by Agenda Item No 1604 on March 27, 2007, approving the addition of 2.8 FTE. The cost included in the forecast for the addition of these personnel for a partial year was $43,000. The reorganization of the Community Development and Environmental Services Division resulted in the creation of Coastal Zone Management Department. Two (2) FTE moved out of Parks and Recreation into this newly formed department. Vacancies throughout the year at the various park facilities amounted to a savings in personal services of $49,700. Operating Expenses are $96,200 over adopted budget. The NCRP Fitness Center, Athletic Programs, Interpretive Center and Sun N Fun Water Park have experienced their first full year of operations. Electricity, water and sewer usage actuals have resulted in an overage of $153,800. Staff is tracking usage, 2008 budget projections will be more accurate. Concession sales at Sun N Fun were higher than anticipated, resulting in an additional $25,000 of food resale costs. These overages were off-set somewhat by other small savings of $16,700. Beach and Water Operations had maintenance and operating savings of $26,100. Caxambas Marina has had contract delays with the fuel tank instatlation. It was planned to be operating October 2006; however it was not until May, 2007. Fuel sales are anticipated to be $301,200 short and the associated cost of the fuel has been reduced by $231,500. $191,000 in fuel costs is included in the forecast for Cocohatchee River Marina. Revenues for FY 07 will be short $340,200. Overall, the NCRP Fitness Center, Athletic Programs, Interpretive Center and Sun N Fun Water Park have experienced better than anticipated results by $39,400. A contractor error with locker installation resulted in $125,000 of lost revenue for locker rentals. Staff is pursuing remediation of this issue with the contractor. Beach and Water Operations are $188,000 short of adopted budget with parking fees anticipated to be $104,000 less than originally planned. In March 2007, the Board of County Commissioners approved the sale of beach parking passes to non-residents at $30 each per year. This will generate approximately $9,000 in 2007 but the loss in daily parking fees is anticipated to be $113,000. Concession fees from Cocohatchee River Marina were budgeted at $44,000 and only $10,000 was received from this vendor. Caxambas Marina, as mentioned above, is anticipating a shortfall of $301 ,200 in fuel sales and $45,500 in bait and merchandise sales. Also, Parks and Recreation has taken on the Cocohatchee River Marina operation and included $248,400 of fuel sales along with $36,700 in bait and merchandise sales. Current FY 07108 - Personal Services are increasing by $123,100. There was a major reorganization of the Community Development and Environmental Services Division during FY 07; as a result of this reorganization, the Sea Turtle Monitoring Function was merged into the Parks & Recreation Department. With this change, one (1 FTE) personnel was moved from Environmental Services, MSTD General Fund (111) into the Sea Turtle Monitoring Function. Included in FY 08 are a full-year cost for the 2.8 FTE added to operate the Cocohatchee River Marina. Four and one-half (4.5 FTE) were transferred to various other parks in the community within the MSTD General Fund (111), resulting in a reduction of $221 ,850. Operating Expenses increased $1,147,300 over the FY07 adopted budget. While electricity, water and sewer needs at the NCRP facilities were difficult to estimate in the prior year, staff has now had a full year of actual usage and has budgeted accordingly, projecting an overall increase in utilities of $235,200. Fleet charges increased a total of $74,500. The concessions are doing well at NCRP and food purchases for resale are projected to increase by $104,500. Caxambas Marina is planned once again for a full year of operations along with a full year for Cocohatachee River Marina. Combined fuel and merchandise for resale is $683,800 more than in FY 07 adopted budget. Capital Outlay reflects Fleet recommended replacements consisting of a 72" Riding Mower at Sugden Park ($9,000); a 112 ton regular cab pickup ($22,000), a compact extended cab pickup ($20,500) and a 48" riding mower ($89,000) for Beach and Water Operations; and replacement of an ATV ($3,000) for Sea Turtle Monitoring operations. Other capital outlay includes two replacement FunbreHas ($3,500 each) for NCRP Water Park; parking lot paving ($8,000), replacement boat trailer ($1,500), and replacement sound and video equipment ($1,500) at Sugden Park; resurfacing the Bocce Ball court at Isle of Capri ($5,000); replacement of 4 AED's (Automatic Electronic Deliberator) in ranger's office ($8,800); replacement of 3 boat launch machines ($30,600), and replacement of 4 beach wheelchairs ($8,000) at Cocohatchee River Marina. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 52 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Revenue FY 07/08 - Revenues are anticipated to increase by $406,400 in FY08. Programs at the NCRP Fitness Center, Athletic Programs and educational programs at the Interpretive Center have been successful and staff is planning to expand the current program levels, including a series of new programs for seniors at the Fitness Center. Overall athletic programs will increase by $73,900. Membership sales are anticipated to continue to grow and staff is estimating an additional $76,500 from this. The Sun N Fun Water Park is anticipating more permit membership sales at an increase in revenues of $38,000. The Department is also projecting a growth in their daily admission and concession sales of $109,900. Beach and Water Operations are anticipating a decrease in revenues of $64,000. Beach parking fees are budgeted with a nominal increase of $8,000 and an estimated $18,000 has been included for the sale of parking passes to non-residents. Concession fees are based upon actual contracts in place and are anticipated to be $90,000 less than the amount budgeted in FY 07. A large part of this is the loss of concessionaire fees from the Cocohatachee River Marina. Parks & Recreation Marina Operations include a projected increase in fuel sales of $179,200 and additional boat launching fees of $20,000 at Caxambas Marina coupled with a full year of operations at Cocohatchee River Marina of $841 ,400. Sea Turtle Operations is budgeted to receive an additional $15,200 in grant funding from the Tourist Development Tax. Remittances FY 07/08 - The $400,000 remittance to the City of Naples for the reciprocal beach parking program is anticipated to remain the same in FY 08. Expanded Requests FY 07/08 - Expanded issues include a request for one (1.0 FTE) program leader position at the NCRP concessions to provide coverage of concession operations. All food establishments are required to have a Certified Food Manager on premises during all operating hours of the food concession areas. Total cost of this FTE is $45,600. Unfunded Requests 07/08: The Athletics Program had requested to co-sponsor an 8 week program with the Kiwanis of Naples for youth track and field activities at a cost of $2,500. Beach and Water Operations Rangers have been renting an older truck from Fleet Management's inventory. The vehicle has reached its useful life and Parks and Recreation had requested to purchase an additional ~-ton, 4-wheel drive vehicle for $23,500. Beach and Water Operations were also requesting replacement of two utility tractors at a cost of $9,400; re-pavement and striping of Bay View parking lot for $15,000; replacement of 20 park ranger radios at $40,000. Cocohatachee River Marina had requested a replacement copier for $3,500. NCRP Interpretive Center requested a new copier for $2,000. Sugden Park. had requested additional capital item including a Special Needs Dock and electric Hoyer for special needs sailors at a cost of $21 ,000, and two additional tractors for $12,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Djvision 53 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Parks & Recreation (111) Mission Statement To benefit the well-being of the people, community and environment of Collier County. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 18.00 1,739,552 51,300 1,688,252 Department administration oversees Parks operations including employees, contracts. fiscal. resource manaoement customer service. and marketino Park Maintenance 46.00 5.425,469 5,500 5,419,969 To protect resources, provide a pleasant, clean, safe, and enjoyable environment for park visitors at all parks to allow quality passive and organized recreational exoeriences bv the oublic Community Centers/Parks 34.00 2,836,250 1,185,985 1,650,265 Provide customer service and meeting places for community and special interest groups; provide structured programming for all ages via classes, activities and special events; and offer informal gathering opportunities through ooen oame room and droo-in recreation oroarams. Aquatics/Fitness 17.00 1,384,600 659,075 725,525 Promote residents and visitors utilization of the Golden Gate Aquatic and Fitness Complex, and the Immokalee Pool and Fitness Center by providing a safe and supervised opportunity for the publiC to access both instructional swimmino. aeneral aauatic recreation. and fitness trainina. Childcare/Preschool, After School, No School Days, Vacation 12.50 883,513 487,940 395,573 Strive to meet family needs by providing a safe and supervised environment for all children to attend throughout the year and during the summer months. Provide recreational and enrichment experiences for self-esteem and self-reliance. learnina. oleasure. health and well beine. Project Management 2.00 193,416 193,416 Effectively manage Parks and Recreation construction projects, oversee contractors and manaae aualitv and cost controls Current Level of Service Budget 129.50 12,462,800 2,389,800 10,073,000 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Expand Summer Camp Program 39,800 36,000 3,800 Expand Camp Collier full day summer camp program to include a North Naples Middle School Camp. This expansion would allow enrollment of 60 additional middle school aoe vouths. New Part Time Program Leader Position- Special PopUlations 0.50 17,900 4,900 13,000 The addition of one part time program leader position for the development of a Therapeutic Recreation after school program as well as staffing ongoing No School Camp, Kid's Night Out, Summer Camp and other Therapeutic Recreation oroorams. Expanded Services Budget 0.50 57,700 40,900 16,800 Total Proposed Budget 130.00 12,520,500 2,430,700 10,089,800 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 54 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget , Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Parks & Recreation (111) Program Performance Measures FY 2006 Actual 359 11,050 85 3,500 97,500 1,550 115,000 85,000 36,000 Acres Maintained Athletic Program Participants Camps and Day Care Programs Camps and Day Care Programs Participants Served Community Center Program Participants Served Community Center Programs Fitness Annual Attendance Pool Annual Attendance Special Events Attendance FY 2007 Budget 359 13,000 85 3,600 98,000 1,575 116,000 80,000 36,000 FY 2007 Forecast 359 18,200 216 8,200 90.400 1,548 148,000 197,000 36,000 FY 2008 Budget 359 18,200 216 8,200 90,400 1,548 148,000 197,000 36,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 6,075,795 7,282,900 7,161,200 7,608,400 40,000 7,648,400 5.0% Operating Expense 3,425,725 4,148,800 4,035,500 4,328,300 17,700 4,346,000 4,8% Capital Outlay 430,262 598,300 598,200 526,100 526,100 (12.1%) Net Operating Budget 9,931,782 12,030,000 11,794,900 12,462,800 57,700 12,520,500 4.1% Total Budget 9,931,782 12,030,000 11,794,900 12,462,800 57,700 12,520,500 4.1% Total HE 126.00 126.00 126.00 129.60 0.50 130.00 3.2% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 2,093,375 2,183,000 2,188,300 2,322,700 40,900 2,363,600 8.3% Miscellaneous Revenues 98,479 51,300 38,900 67,100 67,100 30.8% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 7,739,928 9,795,700 9,567,700 10,073,000 16,800 10,089,800 3.0% Total Funding 9,931,782 12,030,000 11,794,900 12,462,800 57,700 12,520,500 4.1% Fiscal Year 2008 55 Public Services Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal services are $121,700 below the FY 07 adopted budget. Overall vacancies throughout the Community Parks and Park Maintenance Facilities amounted to 3% attrition for the current year. Operating Expenses are $113,300 below the FY 07 budget. Utilities are forecast to be collectively $67,500 below the adopted budget and savings in park maintenance among the various community parks is $57,600 lower than anticipated. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services increased by 3.5 FTE. With the first full year of operations for the NCRP and Sun N Fun Facility, the Department has placed personnel where most needed to provide the best service to the community. Four and one-half (4.5 FTE) positions were moved to the MSTD General Fund (111). With the Reorganization of Community Development and Environmental Services during FY 07, MSTD Fund (111) moved a Project Manager to the newly formed Coastal Zone Management Department. Current Operating Expenses will be $179,500 over the prior year adopted budget. The largest contributor to this is the fuel charges and fleet recommended maintenance charges for a total increase of $125,400 to the Community Parks. Capital Outlay Golden Gate Aquatic Facility - $124,500 Replacement of a % ton regular cab pickup truck ($21,000), a 16 HP riding mower ($8,000), a 72" riding mower ($9,000), a light tractor with loader and mower ($24,000), a grounds vehicfe ($8,000), and a turn sweeper ($14,000). Also incfudes funding for a pump replacement ($6,000) and resurfacing the activity pool ($21,500). Aquatic equipment incfudes the replacement of a handicapped chair lift ($6,000), removable steps with hand rails ($3,000), and a diving board ($4,000). Parks and Other Property - $148,000 Replacement of 3 gas utility carts ($32,000), 2 light tractors with loader and mower ($48,000), and a 1;2 ton regular cab pickup truck ($19,000), and replacement playground equipment at Naples Tot Lot, Best Friends Park, and Coconut Neighborhood Park ($49,000). Recreation MSTD - $85,300 Replacement of (3) 72" riding mowers ($27,000), a light tractor with front loader ($24,000), a 1-ton pickup truck ($26,500), bleachers ($5,800) and 2 chemical storage cabinets for fuel and paint ($2,000). Immokalee Community Park - $24,500 Replacement of high diving board ($2,500) and fitness equipment ($22,OOO). Veterans Community Park - $44,500. Replacement of two 72 inch riding mowers ($18,000) and a 1-ton crew cab pickup ($26,500). East Naples/Eagle Lakes Community Parks - $38,000 Replacement of a 54 inch riding mower ($8,000), a 1-ton crew cap pickup truck ($26,500)), as well as skate park repairs ($3,500). Vineyards Community Park - $44,300 Replacement of a 72 inch riding mower ($9,000), a 48 inch riding mower ($8,000), a ball field machine ($12,000), and a water park feature ($2,SOO) and the resurfacing of two tennis courts ($8,800) and water park matting ($4,000). Max Hasse Community Park - $17,000. Replacement of a 72" riding mower ($9,000) and a gas utility cart ($8,000). Revenue FY 07/08 - Revenue increase of $155,SOO incfude the MSTD (111) Summer Camp Program at $180,000. Charges for lighting fees were waived by the Board of County Commissioners during their review of the Fee Ordinance for the Parks, resulting in a decrease of $24,300 from prior year adopted budget. Expanded Requests FY 07/08- Expanded requests incfude a request to expand the Camp Collier full day summer camp program to include North Naples Middle School Camp. This expansion would allow enrollment of 60 additional middle schools age youth for a cost of $39,700, with anticipated revenues of $36,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 56 , Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Special Population would like to add one part-time program leader (0.5 FTE) for the development of a Therapeutic Recreation after school program and to assist in the ongoing camps. Anticipated cost is $17,900 with an increase in revenues of $4,900. Unfunded Request FY 08: Max Hasse Community Park has experienced problematic flooding. Staff had requested to create sub-terrain drains for the western softball field utilizing in-house labor for a total cost of $6,400. Max Hasse Community Park had requested to expand one of their part-time childcare workers to a full full-time position, an increase of 0.5 FTE. The cost of this expanded position would be $22,400 with an anticipated increase in revenues of $7,900. Additional capital items were requested as follows: Parks & Other Properties - replacement of sod on two softball fields ($60,000) and two soccer fields ($40,000). Additionally, the original request to replace the playground equipment at the Naples Tot Lot, Best Friends Park and Coconut Neighborhood Park was reduced by ($51,000). East Naples/Eagle Lakes Community Park - a copy machine ($7,000) Vineyards Community Park - replace sidewalks around the Community Center ($15,000). Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 57 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Golden Gate Community Center (130) Mission Statement To benefit the well-being of the people, community, and environment of Collier County. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Golden Gate Community Center 9.50 1,199,193 613,900 585,293 The Golden Gate Community Center serves as a meeting place for community groups and provides structured programming for all ages via classes, activities, and special events and offers informal gathering opportunities throuah ooen aame room and droo-in recreation oroorams ChildcarefPreschool, Afterschool, No School, Vacation Camp 3.00 136,507 71,200 65,307 Strive to meet family needs by providing a safe and supervised environment for all children to attend throughout the year and during the summer months. Provide recreational and enrichment experiences for self-esteem, self-reliance, learnina. oleasure. health and well beino. ReserveslTra nsfers 125,200 775,800 -650,600 Current Level of Service Budget 12.50 1,460,900 1,460,900 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Field lighting at GGCC 112,000 112,000 The Golden Gate Community Center Advisory Board would like to have lighting added to the field near the band shell so that the area can be safely utilized after sunset. Musco lights which can be directed only toward the field would be required since there are neighbors nearby. The design will be sensitive to these neighbors. We are requesting four light poles to ensure that the entire field could be adeaualelv lit at niahl. Expanded Services Budget 112,000 112,000 Total Proposed Budget 12.50 1,572,900 1,572,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Total Number of After School/Camp Participants 698 1,200 400 480 Total Number of After School/Camp Programs 18 31 16 16 Total Number of Participants 17,715 20,400 24,700 29,700 Total Number of Programs 308 370 388 420 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 58 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Golden Gate Community Center (130) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 572,991 702,300 610,700 601,400 601,400 (14.4%) Operating Expense 337,431 543,000 456,600 463,600 12,000 475,600 (12.4%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 271,000 278,600 278,600 267,300 267,300 (4.1%) Capital Outlay 96,839 57,000 88,400 100,000 100,000 75.4% Net Operating Budget 1,278,261 1,680,900 1,434,300 1,332,300 112,000 1,444,300 (8.6%) Trans to Property Appraiser 3,349 4,900 3,700 3,400 3,400 (30.6%) Trans to Tax Collector 8,710 11,400 8,900 11,900 11,900 4.4% Reserves For Contingencies 55,100 66,600 66,600 20.9% Reserves For Capital 45,700 58,700 58,700 28.4% Reserve for Attrition (7,400) (12,000) (12,000) 62.2% Total Budget 1,290,320 1,690,600 1,446,900 1,460,900 112,000 1,572,900 (7.0%) Total FTE 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 429,978 456,500 439,600 474,500 39,900 514,400 12.7% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 19 ,. Charges For Services 300,281 394,300 205,700 189,600 12,400 202,000 (48.8%) Miscellaneous Revenues 9,089 6,000 6,400 6,000 6,000 0% Interest/Mise 18,824 9,200 15,000 15,000 15,000 63.0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 560 ,. Trans frm Tax Collector 4,356 ,. Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 596,800 670,700 670,700 653,100 59,700 712,800 6_3% Carry FOlWard 197,200 266,400 156,900 156,900 (20.4%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (43,300) (34,200) (34,200) (21.0%) Total Funding 1,359,907 1,690,600 1,603,800 1,460,900 112,000 1,572,900 (7.0%) Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 59 Colher County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Forecast FY 06/07 - Personnel costs are expected to be $91,600 below budget. Other salaries of $82,400 were moved out of the Community Center and into MSTD Fund {111)'s Summer Camp Program. Additionally, $9,200 is due to continued openings and attrition of long-term employees. Operating Expenses will be $86,400 below budget. Of this variance, $55,500 was moved into the MSTD Fund (111)'s Summer Camp Program. Other savings were in miscellaneous services at $5,000 and contractual services at $12,000. These savings are a result of the revenues shortage in programs and special events as the Park did not need to hire all planned contractual services. Additionally, fertilizer, herbicides and chemicals were estimated at $9,000 over actual need. Capital Outlay is $31,400 over adopted budget. During the year, the kitchen venting hood was deemed inoperable and the facility was unable to use the kitchen by order of the Fire Marshall. The Board of County Commissioners approved the installation of a new kitchen venting hood during the year. Revenues are expected to fall short of the adopted budget by $199,300. Several factors contribute to this, namely, revenues of $153,400 from the Summer Camp Program were moved to MSTD Fund (111). Ad valorem tax dollars were received at $16,900 below the adopted budget due to discounts for early payment. The Community Center is still working to get their athletic and recreation programs back up to par and are anticipating a $16,000 shortfall in this area. Special Events did not reach the levels anticipated and this is creating a shortage of $13,000. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services are decreasing by $100,900. A total of $91,600 in other salaries was moved to the MSTD Fund (111) Summer Camp Program. Attrition of long~term, higher paid employees have resulted in a lower base pay for the salaried employees. Operating expenses will also decrease in the current year by $79,400. Of this, $68,200 in operating costs were moved to the MSTD Fund (111) Summer Camp Program. Indirect cost reimbursement decreased to the Community Center by $11,300 and insurance allocations for general insurance and property insurance decreased by $31 ,500. These savings were off set by minimal increases in other operating costs of $31 ,600. Reserve-Capital 07/08 - The capital reserve of $58,700 includes reserves for the replacement of the air conditioning unit of $45,100 and two years of reserve for the roof replacement of $13,600. Expanded FY 07/08 - The Golden Gate Community Center would like to have lighting added to the field near the band shell so that the area can be safely utilized after sunset. Musco lights which can be directed toward the field would be required since there are neighbors nearby. The design will be sensitive to these neighbors. The total cost is $112,000 with an increase in ad valorem of $39,900 and a contribution from the MSTD General Fund of $59,700. The budgeted ad valorem tax revenue of $474,500 requires a tax levy of 0.1659 mills, based on the taxable value of $2,859,944,222. This is a decrease of .0156 mills ($3.92 per $100,000 of taxable value) from the 0.1815 levied in FY 07. The tax rate has decreased each year since FY 02 when the rate was .4330 mills. UFR FY 08 - There was a request for renovations to the auditorium and main kitchen at the Community Center for a total cost of $15,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services DiviSion 60 r Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Parks & Recreation Department Parks and Recreation Department Grant Fund (119) Mission Statement To accept, monitor and apply various grants within the Parks and Recreation Department. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 588,400 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Summer Food Grant Program Eligible summer camp and area participants served snacks and lunches per the State Food Grant. AU costs of this program are reimbursed by the State of Florida. 588,400 Current Level of Service Budget 588,400 588,400 Total Proposed Budget 588,400 588,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 204,222 273,900 253,600 253,600 253,600 (7.4%) Operating Expense 288,298 487,100 334,800 334,800 334,800 (31.3%) Net Operating Budget 492,520 761,000 588,400 588,400 588,400 (22.7%) Total Budget 492,520 761,000 588,400 588,400 588,400 (22.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 492,520 761,000 588,400 588,400 588,400 (22.7%) Total Funding 492,520 761,000 588,400 588,400 588,400 (22.7%) Forecast FY 06/07- Personal services and operating expenses will be $172,600 less than budgeted. Due to an increase in local outside programs, Collier County will be servicing 33 sites this year instead of the 52 sites serviced last year. This is primarily due to construction at school facilities. Revenues will be $172,600 less as the grant requested is based upon the number of breakfasts and lunches served. In 2006 the grant provided 91,419 breakfasts and 121,973 lunches for a total reimbursement of $492,520. This summer the program will provide an estimated 110,000 breakfasts and 140,000 lunches. Current FY 07108 - The Summer Food Grant is anticipated to be $588,400 in FY 07108. Collier County's Summer 2005 Food Grant Program received an "Award of Exemplary Performance For a Small Sponsor from the State of Florida Food and Nutrition, Department of Education. During the Summer 2005 Food Grant Program, 125,800 lunches and 109,400 breakfasts were served. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 61 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Public Health Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 264,205 304,600 298,700 308,500 308,500 1.3% Capital Outlay 19,193 35,500 33,000 20,000 20,000 (43.7%) Grants and Aid 1,229,700 1,504,900 1,504,900 1,530,000 1,530,000 1.7% Net Operating Budget 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858.500 1,858,500 0.7% Total Budget 1,513,098 1,845.000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Health Department (001) 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Total Net Budget 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836.600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858.500 0.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Total Funding 1,513,098 1,845,000 1.836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Health Department (001) 0.00 ,. Total FTE ,. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 62 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Public Health Department Public Health Department (001) Mission Statement Protect and promote good health for all in Collier County within a partnership between State of Florida Department of Health and Collier County Board of County Commissioners. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost General Operating & Administrative Costs 328,500 328,500 Communicable Disease Control 520,900 520,900 Personal Health (Primary Care) 765,100 765,100 Environmental Health & Engineering 244,000 244,000 Current Level of Service Budget 1,858,500 1,858,500 Total Proposed Budget 1,858,500 1,858,500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % completed referrals for positive vision and scoliosis screens 0.71 0.75 0.77 0.79 % of Children in childcare centers, birth to 36 months, with up-to-date 0.93 0.95 0.93 0.95 immunizations Immunizations 10 children, birth to 18, and flu vaccine given to adults 31,060 42,000 32,026 33,000 Total number of vision, hearing, scoliosis and growth & development 38,936 40,000 40,000 41,000 screens performed FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 264,205 304,600 298,700 308,500 308,500 1.3% Capital Outlay 19,193 35,500 33,000 20,000 20,000 (43.7%) Grants and Aid 1,229,700 1,504,900 1,504,900 1,530,000 1,530,000 1.7% Net Operating Budget 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Total Budget 1,513,098 1,846,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Total FTE n. FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Total Funding 1,513,098 1,845,000 1,836,600 1,858,500 1,858,500 0.7% Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast expenses are $5,900 lower due to savings in electricity. The prior year included an estimate for electricity for the new Golden Gate WIC office. The forecast capital outlay is less than budgeted due to purchasing a lower cost replacement vehicle, saving $2,500. Current FY 07/08 - The Board-paid operating expenses are increasing $3,900 as a result of a $5,000 increase in Telephone System Support Allocation; a $2,000 increase in rent; and an increase of $500 in auto insurance. These increases are offset by a savings in electricity and utilities of $3,600. The $20,000 in capltal outlay is budgeted to replace a 2001 4-door sedan. fwo schedules are included to support Public Health Department activities, Schedule of Service Funding and Current Programs and a Summary of Current Service Funding Sources. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 63 Collier County Public Health Department Programs Summary of Current Service Funding Sources County State Fees and Program General Revenue General Revenue Other Revenue Total General Operations $ 328,500 $ $ $ 328,500 Communicable Disease Control 520,900 2,996,100 1,906,800 $ 5,423,800 Personal Health (Primary Care) 765,100 3,405,500 2,167,400 $ 6,338,000 Environmental Health and Engineering 244,000 945,600 601,800 $ 1,791,400 Total $ 1,858,500 $ 7,347,200 $ 4,676,000 $13,881,700 Percent of Total Funding 13.4% 52.9% 33.7% Note: The County's General Fund contribution of $1,858,500 is 13.4% of the total funding in FY 08 as compared to $1,845,000 or 13.8% in FY 07. 64 . Collier County Public Health Department Programs Schedule of Service Funding and Current Programs Total Less Programs: Priority FTE's FY 08 Costs Revenues Net Cost General ODeratine: & Administrative Costs 0 328,500 328,500 Base Level: Communicable Disease Control: Programs funded by County: Immunization I 15 254,800 37,900 216,900 Sexually Transmitted Diseases 4 8.5 60,800 60,800 AIDS 5 17 16,000 2,400 13,600 Tuberculosis 3 10 85,900 12,800 73,100 Communicable Disease 2 5.5 136,400 20,300 116,100 Public Health Preparedness and Response 6 7 40,400 40,400 Programs not funded by County 7 Subtotal 70 594,300 73,400 520,900 Personal Health (Primarv Care): Programs funded by County: Child Health 9 4 86,900 12,900 74,000 Healthy Start Prenatal (Found. for Women's Health) 8 0 345,600 51,500 294,1 00 Tobacco & Cardiovascular Health Educator 15 I 58,400 58,400 School Health 10 8 82,400 12,300 70,100 Adult Health 12 7 131,400 19,600 111,800 Physicians Led Access Network 16 I 58,300 8,700 49,600 Dental II II 125,800 18,700 107,100 Programs not funded by County 56 Subtotal 88 888,800 123,700 765,100 Environmental Health & Em!ineerinl!: Water Quality Testing Program 13 1.5 7,700 7,700 Ousite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Program 7 8 7,800 7,800 Arbovirus Sentinel Surveillance Program 14 I 28,500 28,500 Health Department Inspectors - Migrant Housing 17 4 200,000 200,000 Programs not funded by the County 14.5 Subtotal 29 244,000 244,000 Total General Revenue Funding 187 2,055,600 197,100 1,858,500 65 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Veterans Services FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 249,693 268,100 276,700 288,200 288,200 7,5% Operating Expense 25,078 79,500 78,500 80,200 80,200 0.9% Net Operating Budget 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Total Budget 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current EXpanded Proposed Change Veterans Services (OO1) 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Total Net Budget 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Total Transfers and Reserves eo Total Budget 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6,0% Total Funding 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% FY2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Oeparbnent Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Veterans Services (001) 3,50 3.50 3.50 3,50 3.50 0% Total FTE 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 66 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Veterans Services Veterans Services (001) Mission Statement To assist veterans and their dependents in preparing and pursuing claims and other entitlements. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE 3.00 FY 2008 Budget 287,000 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Veteran Advocacy To assist veterans and their dependents with service and non-service connected claims against the Veteran's Administration 01A). To provide information and assistance in obtai nino other federal. state and local benefits Transportation System Transport veterans to VA medical facilities throughout Southern Florida. July 4th Celebration Support Provide support to various July 4th celebration activities. Current Level of Service Budget 287,000 0.50 31,400 31,400 50,000 50,000 3.50 368,400 368,400 Total Proposed Budget 3.50 368,400 368,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Clients Served 2,517 2,500 2,600 2,600 Clients Transported 623 650 650 650 Volunteer Hours 2,014 1,900 2,300 2,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 249,693 268,100 276,700 288,200 288,200 7.5% Operating Expense 25,078 79,500 78,500 80,200 80,200 0.9% Net Operating Budget 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Total Budget 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Total HE 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 274,771 347,600 355,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Total Funding 274,771 347,600 356,200 368,400 368,400 6.0% Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal services exceed the budgeted amount by $8,600 due to employees selling vacation time back to the County. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services increase reflects a change in the Director's position pay grade being increased as well as an increase of $1,000 in workers' compensation charges. The forecast operating expense includes $50,000 for support of Independence Day (4th of July) celebration activities Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 67 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Coastal Zone Management FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 153,300 153,300 ,. Operating Expense 2,696 25,000 156,700 96,400 96,400 285.6% Capital Outlay 10,000 10,000 ,. Net Operating Budget 2,696 25,000 156,700 259,700 259,700 938.8% Total Budget 2,696 25,000 156,700 259,700 259,700 938.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Coastal Zone Management (111) 259,700 259,700 n. Natural Resources Grants (117) 2,696 25,000 156,700 (100.0%) Total Net Budget 2,696 25,000 156,700 259,700 259,700 938.8% Total Transfers and Reserves eo Total Budget 2,696 25,000 156,700 259,700 259,700 938.8% FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Pe~mits 50,000 50,000 ,. Intergovernmental Revenues 2,648 25,000 156,700 (100.0%) Interest/Mise (29) ,. Net Cost MSTD General Fund 209,700 209,700 ,. Trans fm Special Rev Fds 7,402 ,. Total Funding 10,021 25,000 156,700 259,700 259,700 938.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Coastal Zone Management (111) 0.00 2.00 2.00 ,. Total HE 2.00 2.00 eo Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 68 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Coastal Zone Management Coastal Zone Management (111) Mission Statement To protect. preserve, and enhance Collier County's pristine coastal ecosystem while providing strategic access to this valuable County amenity for enjoyment by residents and visitors. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Department Adm. and Overhead 2.00 259,700 50,000 209,700 Coastal Zone Management Administration and Overhead. Current Level of Service Budget 2.00 259,700 50,000 209,700 Total Proposed Budget 2.00 259,700 50,000 209,700 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Current Expanded Proposed Change 153,300 153,300 ,. 96,400 96,400 ,. 10,000 10,000 ,. 259,700 259,700 ,. 259,700 259,700 ni% 2.00 2.00 ,. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Current Expanded Proposed Change 50,000 50,000 ,. 209,700 209,700 ,. 259,700 259,700 ,. Program Budgetary Cost Summary Personal Services Operating Expense Capital Outlay FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted FY 2007 Forecast Net Operating Budget Total Budget Total FTE Program Funding Sources Licenses & Permits Net Cost MSTD General Fund FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted FY 2007 Forecast Total Funding Beginning FY 08, a new Coastal Zone Management cost center has been created within the Public Services Division to account for overhead and related operating expense connected with this function. This function has emerged out of the recent re-organization of Community Development and Environmental Services with a greater emphasis placed upon support of Coastal Systems. Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services are based upon a budget for two (2) positions; one Project Manager previously funded within (111) - Parks and Recreation and one (1) Environmental Specialist. previously funded within 111 COES (Natural Resources). Revenues include $50,000 from the Boaters Improvement Program, which come from Vessel Registrations. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 69 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Services Division Coastal Zone Management Natural Resources Grants (117) Mission Statement To procure and administer natural resource grants. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Procurement and administration of natural resources grants. Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 2,696 25,000 156,700 (100,0%) Net Operating Budget 2,696 25,000 156,700 (100.0%) Total Budget 2,696 25,000 156,700 (100.0%) FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 2,648 25,000 156,700 (100.0%) Interest/Mise (29) ,. Trans fm Special Rev Fds 7,402 ,. Total FundIng 10,021 25,000 156,700 (100.0%) Natural Resource Fund (117) budget allocatjons are approved by budget amendment recognizing that the predominant funding sources are grants. Forecast FY 06/07 - Priority has been placed upon executing provisions of the October 2006 Derelict Vessel Cooperative Agreement entered Into between Collier County and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Over a five year period, the USFWS Will provide grant funding up to $250K with Collier County responsible for administering and apply grant funding toward removal of derelict vessel's. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Services Division 70 . Public Services Capital Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Public Services Capital FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 306,761 296,700 305,800 405,600 405,600 36.7% Operating Expense 24,069,682 161,100 466,654 164,900 164,900 2.4% Capital Outlay 72,952,781 28,493,500 54,032,346 12,834,300 12,834,300 (55.0%) Remittances 1,166,512 na Net Operating Budget 98,495,737 28,951,300 54,804,800 13,404,800 13,404,800 (53.7%) Trans to Tax Collector 147,390 182,000 188,300 193,200 193,200 6.2% Trans to General Fund 141,900 133,800 133,800 194,100 194,100 45.1% Trans to Special Rev fds 3,520,700 na Trans to 210 Debt Serv Fd 1,131,500 1,126,900 1,126,900 813,400 813,400 (27.8%) Trans to 216 Debt Serv fd 2,718,500 3,130,100 3,130,100 3,118,600 3,118,600 (0.4%) Trans to 299 Debt Serv Fd 1,094,952 2,597,400 1,403,300 7,945,800 7,945,800 205.9% Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 9,900 n. Trans to 306 Parks Cap Fd 600,000 na Trans to 320 Clam Bay Cap Fd 10,000 11,000 11,000 11,000 11,000 0% Trans to 355 Library 1m Fee Cap Fd 838,200 838,200 na Reserves For Contingencies 11,137,700 24,307,700 24,307,700 118.2% Reserves For Capital 5,512,800 1,411,000 1,411,000 (74.4%) Reserves For Cash Flow 2,700,000 2,630,300 2,630,300 (2.6%) Total Budget 107,270,579 55,483,000 61,398,200 54,868,100 54,868,100 (1.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Caribbean Gardens Cap Improv Fund 41,565,976 n. (302) Community & Regional Pk Impact Fee 24,471,459 5,957,800 12,464,600 3,705,000 3,705,000 (37.8%) (346) County Wide Capital Projects Fund (301) 289,665 731,700 1,318,200 898,600 898,600 22.8% Immokalee Community Pk Impact Fee 3,600 3,600 (100.0%) (365) Library Capital Projects Fund (307) 93,824 674,200 na Library Impact Fee Fund (355) 1,732,166 14,757,200 18,301,500 1,419,000 1,419,000 (90.4%) Musuem Capital Projects Fund (314) 830,000 830,000 500,000 500,000 (39.8%) Naples & Urban Collier Community Park 685,327 591,300 na Impact Fee (368) Parks & Recreation Capital Projects(306) 1,247,003 2,722,300 10,433,600 2,445,900 2,445,900 (10.2%) Regional Pk Impact Fee-Incorp Area 76,830 125,300 na (345) TOC Beach Capital (195) 28,242,466 2,127,400 7,672,200 1,888,200 1,888,200 (11.2%) TOC Pari< Beaches Fund (183) 91,022 1,821,300 2,390,300 2,548,100 2,548,100 39.9% Total Net Budget 98,495,737 28,951,300 54,804,800 13,404,800 13,404,800 (53.7%) Total Transfers and Reserves 8,774,842 26,531,700 6,593,400 41,463,300 41,463,300 56.3% Total Budget 107,270,579 55,483,000 61,398,200 54,868,100 54,868,100 (1.1%) Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 2 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget , Capital Improvement Program Public Services Capital FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Tourist Devel Tax 7,015,312 6,800,000 7,050,000 7,250;000 7,250,000 6.6% Licenses & Permits 389,702 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 0% Intergovernmental Revenues 5,138,437 1,000,000 4,190,200 1,261,300 1,261,300 26.1% FEMA - Fed Emerg Mgt Agency 6,325,142 na Charges For Services 5,779 851,500 1,900 (100.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 1,122,567 735,500 745,000 235,500 235,500 (68.0%) InterestlMisc (141,247) na Impact fees 27,493,325 13,700,000 9,082,800 10,600,000 10,600,000 (22.6%) Other Financing Sources 1,321,630 na Loan Proceeds 35,804,419 13,197,700 13,197,700 (100.0%) Reimb From Other Depts 1,503,179 na Trans frm Tax Collector 114,068 35,000 35,000 35,000 na Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 2,036,000 1,886,700 3,915,800 2,536,800 2,536,800 34.5% Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 320,900 1,600,700 1,915,300 1,483,200 1,483,200 (7.3%) Trans fm 194 TDC Prom Fd 79,000 322,100 268,400 268,400 239.7% Trans 1m 195 TDC Cap Fd 3,520,700 na Trans fm 198 Museum Fd 330,000 330,000 (100.0%) Trans fm Debt Sarv Fds 5,761,557 na Trans 1m 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 600,000 838,200 838,200 na Trans fm Trust & Agcy Fds 200,000 na Carry Forward 16,114,400 50,752,100 30,989,700 30,989,700 92.3% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,062,500) (880,000) (880,000) (17.2%) Total Funding 97,931,470 55,483,000 92,387,900 54,868,100 54,868,100 (1.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change TDC Beach Capital (195) 3.00 3.00 3.00 5.00 5.00 66.7% Library Impact Fee Fund (355) 0.00 na Total FTE 3.00 3.00 3,00 5.00 5.00 66.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 3 ~ e ~ ; "S. !-< 0.. 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TBD FL Boat Cocohatchee River Park Phase three, repair the docks. The pilings and $ 100,000 Improve walkways are in need of replacement as the pilings are over 20 years old and the decking is 15 years old and warping and splintering. We have had pilings breaking at this facility. TBD Ad Cocohatchee River Park Replace the playground equipment. The $ 100,000 Valorem playground is approx. 14 years old and is becoming (001) worn due to the salt air conditions at this location. Maintenance staff is constantly repairing the I system. TBD Ad Golden Gate Com Pk Field lighting control center is old and needs $ 50,000 Valorem replacement TBD Ad Golden Gate Com Pk Fencing around little league, softball and basketball $ 125,000 Valorem fields need replacement. Fences built back in the mid-80's and early 90's are now rusted in bad shape TBD Ad Golden Gate Com Pk An additional $200,000 is needed for the sprinkler $ 200,000 Valorem system project TBD Ad Golden Gate Com Pk Four tennis courts need resurfacing. $ 35,000 Valorem TBD Ad Immokalee Community Need to resurface 3 basketball and 4 telUlis courts. $ 60,000 Valorem Park & South Park TBD Ad Immokalee Community Improve drainage of area to the left front and left $ 75,000 Valorem Park side of the comnnmity center. Large area presently fills with 1 to 1-1/2 feet of water during rainy season. TBD Ad Immokalee Sports Drainage redone for 3 soccer/football fields to $ 125,000 Valorem Complex remove standing water between fields necessary to maintain sodded areas. TBD Ad Immokalee Sports Replace and update existing (older) fitness $ 31,000 Valorem Complex equipment. TBD Ad Immokalee Sports Resurfacing the kiddy pool. Replace marcite to $ 25,000 Valorem Complex extend life of pool which is considered nonnal Ipreventative maintenance TBD Ad Palm Springs Park Four foot fence needed for the front and east side 0 $ 50,000 Valorem park. Fence needed to stop OHV / A TV's and other vehicles from entering the park and damaging the grassy areas. (OHV ~ Off Highway Vehicle) D FY08 R 7 FY 08 PARKS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT DESCRlPTIONS Project FY08 No. Funding Proiect Name Project Description Request TBD Ad Panther Park Removing the present playground from (expired) $ 100,000 Valorem leased land in Copeland. Replacing with new playground and half basketball court at new site. TBD Ad Pelican Bay Community Recondition and reline 4 clay tennis courts, $ 29,800 Valorem Park resurface basketball courts, replace deteriorated concrete park benches and tables. TBD Ad Rita Eaton Park Decorative perimeter fencing needed around entire $ 100,000 Valorem perimeter of park is needed to stop A TV and vehicular traffic from driving over sodded area of the park TBD Ad Sable Palm Lake Lining The lining is needed to help retain water in the lake $ 775,000 Valorem for irrigation. We have a recharge well that will not hold water because the adjacent canal gets low and sucks the water from the lake. Irrigation water is needed for the ball fields TED Ad Veteran's Park Reseal multipurpose rink, reclay 3 ball fields. Also $ 29,600 Valorern replace deteriorated park concrete tables and benches TBD Zoo rent Gordon River Greenway 80 acres surrounding the zoo will be developed as a $ 235,500 Park passive park with parking, canoe/kayak launch into the Gordon River, vessel access docks on the Golden Gate main canal, water quality mg!. and over one mile of paved pathways. 8 2,445,900 No. Funding Project Name Prolect escnptlOll equest TBD Impact Margood Resort Park Design, permit, construct, recondition of exiting $ 1,125,000 Fees historical buildings, adding new playground equipment. Reconditioning of site (grass, irrigation, grade). Demolition of unsafe building structures and adding new canoe haunch TBD Impact North Collier Regional North Collier Regional Park Sun-N-Fun Lagoon $ 200,000 Fees Water Park Water Park. Five water slides were originally approved in the construction plans for the water park. Slide #5 was to be included in the 07/08 fiscal year TBD Impact Inunokalee South Park Design, permit, and construct new community $ 1,000,000 Fees center. TBD Impact Sugden Park Design, permit, and construct 2 new water ski $ 1,300,000 Fees structures and a sailiup intemreter center FY 08 PARKS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS Project FY08 R D 3,625,000 The Parks Impact Fee Reserves has over $11 million set aside for future park development. Per the AUIR and the 5 year capital plan, the Parks Department plans on opening the Manatee Park in FY 2010, an approximately $8 million facility. In FY 2011, the Orangetree/Big Corkscrew Island Park should open, an approximate $12.1 million facility, and in FY 2012, the Golden Gate Estates Park should open, an approx $12 million facility. 9 Public Services Division TDC - Category A - Beach Access Facilities Capital Fund (183) Mission Statement: Facilitate use of Category A tourist development taxes to maintain and enhance beach access facilities throughout Collier County. Total Less: Prol!rams: Priority FTE's FY 08 Cost Revenues Net Cost Beach Access Projects 0.0 $2,548,100 $2,548,100 $0 Reserve for Capital Projects 2 0.0 $1,901,800 $1,901,800 $0 Transfer to Commercial Paper 3 0.0 $3,215,000 $3,215,000 $0 Transfer to Tax Collector 4 0.0 $59,800 $59,800 $0 Total 0.0 $7,724,700 $7,724,700 ($0) FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY 07/08 FY 07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Total Budget Appropriation Unit ExplRev Budget ExpJRev Service Service Budget Change Personal Services 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Operating Expenses 0 0 0 0 0 0 NlA Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Project Expenses 91,022 1,821,300 2,390,300 2,548,100 0 2,548,100 39.9% Transfer to Commercial Paper (299) 0 580,000 580,000 3,215,000 0 3,215,000 454.3% Transfer to Tax Collector 43,047 56,100 58,200 59,800 0 59,800 6.6% Reserve for Contingency 0 65,400 0 701,800 0 701,800 973.1% Reserve for Capital 0 4,900,000 0 1,200,000 0 1,200,000 -75.5% Debt Service 547,475 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Total Appropriations 681,544 7,422,800 3,028,500 7,724,700 0 7,724,700 4.1% Revenue: Category A TDC Revenue 2,152,321 2,244,000 2,326,500 2,392,500 0 2,392,500 Transfer from Tourism Fund 195 3,520,700 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Transfer from Tourism Fund 194 440,500 26,000 106,300 88,600 0 88,600 240.8% Carryforward 0 5,265,000 5,958,900 5,363,200 0 5,363,200 1.9% InterestIMiscellaneous 526,951 0 0 0 0 0 N/A Revenue Reserve 0 (112,200) 0 (119,600) 0 (119,600) 6.6% Total Revenue 6,640,472 7,422,800 8,391,700 7,724,700 0 7,724,700 4.1% Permanent Positions 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 N/A 10 . Public Services Division TDC - Category A - Beach Access Facilities Capital Fund (183), Cont. Beach Park Facility Fund (183) was authorized by the Board of County Commissioners in December, 2005 providing a mechanism to budget and account for revenues and correspondmg expenditures associated with beach access initiatives. This action was pursuant to BCC funding guidelines and the necessity to budget and fmancially account for this important public purpose. Forecast 06/07 - Forecast revenue includes a substantial carryforward from year ending FY 06 equal to $5,958,900 plus annual tourist tax revenue in the amount of $2,326,500 which is deposited directly in to Fund (183). Actual expenses are modest and a significant roll of budgeted funds is expected into FY 08. Current FY 07/08 - All expenditures within this fund are counected with on-going and planned beach access maintenance and improvement initiatives. Initiatives progrannned for FY 08 are shown separately on the following project listing. There are a number of new initiatives budgeted for FY 08 as shown within the project list. New budgeted dollars total $2,548,100. A transfer to commercial paper fund (299) is plauned to payoff this funds portion of the Vanderbilt Beach Parking Garage loan. A similar lump sum repayment is programmed for FY 08 within Beach Renourishmen1lPass Maintenance Fund (195). Fund reserves total $1,901, 800. Fund revenues include one-thIrd of Category A Tourist Tax collections pursuant to policy guidelines, a modest transfer from Tourist Fund 194 in accordance with Ordinance 2005-43 and substantial carryforward revenue. II Public Services Division TDC - Category A - Beach Access Facilities Capital Fund (183), Cont. Project Listing Adopted Amended Year to Date Forecast Requested Proiect Bud.et 06/07 Bud.et 06/07 Enc.lExn. 06/07 Current 07/08 EXDanded Total Vanderbilt Beach Access Paved Walkway 0 77,112 27,3]2 77,100 0 0 0 Beach Access lAndscaping 0 10,000 2,830 10,000 0 0 0 Vanderbilt Beach Access Number 8 0 481,867 6,465 48] ,900 18,100 Clam Pass Southern Boardwalk 701,300 701,300 14,000 701,300 0 0 0 Vanderbilt Beach Walkway 120,000 ]20,000 0 ]20,000 0 0 0 Tigertail Restroom and Pedestrian Boardwalk 1,000,000 1,000,000 0 ] ,000,000 1,250,000 0 ] ,250,000 Vanderbilt Pedestrian Access Number 3 0 0 0 0 60,000 0 60,000 Beach Access at Gulfshore and Marco South 0 0 0 0 ]0,000 0 ]0,000 Barefoot Back Bay Pier 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 50,000 Reshell Tigertail Beach Parking Lot 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 40,000 Barefoot Beach - Third Parking Lot Reshell 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 40,000 Barefoot Beach Entrance 0 0 0 0 320,000 0 320,000 Conner Park Expansion 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 100,000 Cocohatchee Pier Loading Facility 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 50,000 Vanderbilt Aqua Parking Garage Structure 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 50,000 Vanderbilt Beach Road Pier 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 100,000 Delanar Wiggins Park - County Ownership 0 0 0 0 25,000 0 25,000 General Beach Access Improvements 0 0 0 0 33,000 0 33,OC Tigenail Beach Playground Equipment 0 0 0 0 102,000 0 102,000 Chemical Restroom Facility - Barefoot #3 0 0 0 0 200,000 0 200,000 Vanderbilt Restroom Expansion Re-Work 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 100,000 Total 1,821,300 2,390,279 50,607 2,390,300 2,548,100 0 2,548,100 12 rn z o ;:: u w ..., o a:: Q. c Z ::l u. 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Total Less: Prol!rams Priority FTE's FY 08 Cost Revenues Net Cost To allocate tourist tax revenues consistent with the Tourist Development Plan based on applications received. 5.0 $16,906,300 $16,906,300 $0 Grand Total 5.0 $16,906,300 $16,906,300 $0 FY 05/06 FY()6I07 FY()6I07 FY07/08 FY07/08 FY07/08 % Actua1 Ad:pted Forecast Gnrent Expanled Total BOOget Awrq:riation llit Exp'Rev BOOget &p!Rev Service Service BOOget Cbmge P=omI Services 298,959 296,700 305,800 405,tm 0 405,tm 367"10 q,erating fut=ses 44,004 66,tm 90,100 69,900 0 69,900 5.0'10 OIpital OJtlay 0 19,1XXl 16,lXXl 4,500 0 4,500 -76.3% I'n!ject fut=ses 29,055,873 1,745,100 7,2(>),300 1,408,200 0 1,408,200 -19.3% TraIl'ifertoTax ChlleclJ:r 'J7,329 113,900 118,100 121,400 0 121,400 6.6% Trnrn[ cenfurl(ool), Furrl(320) & Furrl (299 151,900 144,800 144,800 205,100 0 205,100 41.6% Trnrnfer to BeachParlc Facilities furl (183) 3,520,700 0 0 0 0 0 N'A Reserves for Capital 0 1,074,900 0 4,339,100 0 4,339,100 303.7"10 Reserves - Catastropn; Re:nourishrrent & Pier (C 0 2,lXXl,lXXl 0 7,134,lXXl 0 7, 134,lXXl 256.7"10 Trnrnferto Illi Service 547,475 583,500 583,500 3,218,500 0 3,218,500 451.6% Total Awrq:riations 33,716,240 6,044,500 8,518,tm 16,906,300 0 16,906,300 179.7"/0 ReveIlle: Toorist Tax 4,863,lXXl 4,556,lXXl 4,723,500 4,857,500 0 4,857,500 6.6% Canyforw.rrd 27,626,100 811,800 11,399,700 1O,850,tm o 1O,850,tm 1236.6% TraIl'irer From Tcurismfurl (194) 0 53,lXXl 215,800 179,800 0 179,800 239.2% LoanIJ3cnIProcieds 0 0 0 0 0 0 N'A RciniJursem:nt - Pelican Bay Services 0 0 0 0 0 0 N'A lnterestllntergovernrrma l\1iscel1areoos 11,473,382 851,500 3,030,200 1,261,300 0 1,261,300 48.1% ReveIlle Reserve 0 (227,800) 0 (242,900) 0 (242,900) 6.6% Total ReveIlle 43,962,482 6,044,500 19,369,200 16,906,300 0 16,906,300 179.7% Perrmnent Pffiitim'l 3.0 30 3.0 5.0 0.0 5.0 66.7'10 14 r Public Services Division Beach Renourishment/Pass Maintenance TDC Category A - Capital Fund (195) (cont.) During FY05/06, the Board of County Commissioners authorized the segregation of funds collected for beach access/beach park facilities from funds collected for beach renourislnnent/pass maintenance activities. The fact that dollars dedicated to beach park facilities were co-mingled with beach renourishment funds proved problematic in identifying compliance with beach renourIshment reserve guidelines and in identifying funds available for beach access initiatives, Beach park facilities Fund (183) allows staff to budget and fmancially account for revenues and expenditures devoted to beach renourishmentlpass maintenance and beach park facilities projects Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal services are projected at budget for three (3) FTE's, Personal Services are slightly over budget reflecting increased overtime connected with major beach renourishment project site inspection. Beach renourishment/pass maintenance was consolidated under a new coastal zone management function during 07 with management responsibility under the Public Services Division. Office operations were subsequently moved to the Golden Gate Aquatic Center. Operating expenses exceed budget due to the relocation. Project Expenses FY 06/07 - The majority of project work for fiscal 07 was connected with fmalizing the major beach renourishment project and completing several inlet maintenance projects. Final work connected with the major beach renourishment project included vegetation plantings and construction of an artificial reef. Forecast expenses this year equal to $2.IM with total project expenses at close out of approximately $245M. Completion of the Caxambas Pass dredging project is anticipated at a cost of $1 ,87M, Renourishment of Clam Pass beach was completed and Wiggins Pass was dredged. Forecast Revenue FY06/07 - A critical component of forecast FY 07 revenue includes continued reimbursement for major beach renourishment project expenses from FEMA ($1,200,800) plus Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) contract cost sharing in the amount of$I,700,800, FDEP revenue support was enhanced recently through settlement of the beach parking access issue and negotiation of higher cubic yard sand quantity reimbursement limits. This budget anticipates that fmal reimbursements for hurricane related restoration expenses from FEMA and contract FDEP cost sharing (approximately $126M) will not be received until FY 08, Total tourist tax collections across all categories are projected to exceed budget by approximately $500,000, Category A tourist tax collections which are devoted exclusively to beach renourishmenUpass maintenance and beach access projects are projected to exceed budget by approximately $167,500, Current FY07/08 - Personal services are based upon a complement of five (5) FTE's, The increase of two (2) FTE's from the approved 07 budget results from creating the new coastal zone management office and direct payment for beach raking staff from this fund and elimination of the General Fund (001) transfer. Projects budgeted for the 2008 fiscal year which require new money are essentially monitoring in nature, reflective of various pernrits and compliance requirements. Non-project related expenditures include a General Fund (001) transfer for Sea turtle monitoring ($194,100); and repayment of the Vanderbilt Beach Parking Garage loan ($3,218,500), A transfer to Clam Bay Fund (320) is progranuned to offset beach maintenance requirements, This expenditure program includes $3 million in catastrophe reserves; $4,000,000 in major beach renourishment reserves; $134,000 for Category D pier reserves and $4,339,100 in contingency reserves. Revenue FY 07/08 - Anticipated revenues include tourist development taxes (2/3"'s of Category A) budgeted at $4,857,500; FEMA hurricane reimbursement ($528,000); FDEP cost share ($731,800) and a modest transfer from Fund (194) pursuant to ordinance 2005-43 ($179,800), 15 Public Services Division (Cont.) Beach Renourishment/Pass Maintenance TDC Category A - Capital Fund (195), Cont. Project Listing Adopted Amended Year to Date Forecast Requested Proiect Bud..t 06/07 Bud..t 06/07 Enc./Exo. 06/07 Curreut 07/08 Exnanded Total Wiggins Pass Inlet Monitoring 26,000 57,323 57,244 57,400 25,000 0 25,000 Wiggins Pass Modeling 180,000 130,000 120,935 130,000 0 0 0 Wiggins Pass FEMA Investigation 0 0 0 Doctors Pass Monitoring 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 22,000 0 22,000 Lowdennilk Park 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 City Beach Cleaning Operations 66,200 66,200 66,200 66,200 71,200 0 71,200 Vand. Beach Parking Garage 0 359,139 20,495 359,100 0 0 0 Caxambas Pass Pennit/Dredging 0 1,869,797 1,787,270 1,869,800 0 0 0 Caxambas Pass Monitoring 35,000 35,000 0 35,000 15,000 0 15,000 Hideaway Beach Renourishment 0 730 730 700 0 0 0 Wiggins Pass Dredging 450,000 750,000 722,690 750,000 100,000 0 100,000 City of Marco Island Laser Grading 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Design CountylNaples Beach Renourishment 0 2,144,327 1,676,645 2,144,300 0 0 0 City/County Beach Monitoring 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 150,000 Beach Tilling and Pennit Maintenance 50,000 54,200 0 54,200 75,000 0 75,000 Clam Pass Monitoring 11,000 11,000 217 11,000 15,000 0 15,000 Clam Pass Beach Renourishment 479,895 479,029 479,900 0 0 0 Clam Pass Parking Lot Resurfacing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CountylNaples Beach Monitoring 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Near Shore Hardbottom Monitoring 350,000 350,000 147,214 350,000 400,000 0 400,000 Vanderbilt Beach Monitoring 65,000 65,000 65,000 65,000 0 0 0 Hideaway Beach Monitoring 81,000 158,600 81,109 158,600 45,000 0 45,000 Marco Island Beach Monitoring 35,000 35,000 0 35,000 20,000 0 20,000 Sea Turtle Monitoring (Transfer to Fund 001 for 08) 178,900 206,948 88,096 207,000 0 0 0 S. Gordon Dr. T-Groin Monitoring 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gordon Pass Sea Turtle Monitoring 04/05 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Doctor's Pass Maintenance Dredging 2005 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Doctor's Pass Jetty Re-build 0 0 0 0 250,000 0 250,000 Tigertail Walkway Design 0 95,801 61,550 95,800 0 0 0 Tigertail Beach Access 0 50,000 20,000 50,000 0 0 0 Tigertail Beach Vegitation Removal 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 50,000 Bayview Beach Access Improvements 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beach Dunne WalkoverlPaver Pathway. 195 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pedestrian Beach Access 0 59,779 1,896 59,800 0 0 0 Repave South Marco Parking Lot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt Beach Easement Access 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Beach Cleaning Operations 197,000 221,502 98,610 221,500 95,000 0 95,000 Clam Bay Sea Grass Study 0 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 0 0 Vegitation Repairs - Exotic Removal 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 75,000 Total 1,745,100 7,260,241 5,554,930 7,260,300 1,408,200 0 1,408,200 Sea Turtle Monitoring (Transfer to Fund 001 for 08) 0 0 0 0 194,100 0 194,100 16 ~ >- '" o '" W I- .. 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'" Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Public Services Capital Library Capital Projects Fund (307) Mission Statement Program Summary Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2008 T olal FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 93,824 na Capital Outlay 674,200 na Net Operating Budget 93,824 674,200 na Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 9.900 n. Reserves For Contingencies 1,800 (100.0%) Total Budget 103,724 1,800 674,200 (100.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 454 100 na Miscellaneous Revenues 68,000 500,000 509,200 (100.0%) InterestlMisc (500) n. Trans fm Trust & Agcy Fds 200,000 na Carry Forward (498.200) 164,900 (100.0%) Total Funding 267,954 1,800 674,200 (100.0%) Forecast FY 2007: The Marco Island Library is adding on an Auditorium. Funding is from donations, contributions and possibly a grant from the State of Florida. The grant application was approved by the BCC on 3/27/2007. Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 18 Public Services Division Library Impact Fee Fund 355 FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Total Budget Appropriation Unit ExplRev Budget ExpIRev Budget Change Capital Expenses 1,711,158 14,737,200 18,200,746 1,404,000 -90.5% RefundslMisc. 9,842 20,000 100,754 15,000 -25.0% Transfer to 210 (NNR HQ) 474,100 472,300 472,300 473,400 0.2% Transfer to 299 (GG & South) 0 1,433,900 239,800 1,512,300 5.5% Reserves 0 170,400 0 0 -100.0% Reserve for Cashflow 0 500,000 0 365,000 -27.0%1 Total Appropriations 2,195,100 17,333,800 19,013,600 3,769,700 -78.3% GG&SLib Revenue: Grants 0 1,000,000 1,000,000 0 -100.0% Impact Fees 2,146,400 2,500,000 1,345,000 2,100,000 -16.0% Interest/Mise 0 0 1,800 0 N/A Loan from fund 001 0 0 1,429,100 0 N/A Loan from fund 30 I 0 0 0 838,200 N/A Carryforward 3,000,200 786,100 2,951,500 911,500 16.0% Loan Proceeds 0 13,197,700 13,197,700 0 -100.0% Revenue Reserve 0 (150,000) 0 (80,000) -46.7% Total Revenue 5,146,600 17,333,800 19,925,100 3,769,700 -78.3% FY 08 Library Capital Impact Fee Fuuding Requests: Appropriations: FY07 FY07 As of SAP Adopted Amended 5/1212007 FY07 FY08 Proi No. Descrintion Budget Budget Exn/Enc Forecast Requested 337761 Imm Branch Expansion 0 3,087 0 3,100 0 540031 S Co Regional Library 8,764,600 9,891,345 3,237,437 9,891,345 0 542601 Books, Pubs & Library Mat 1,039,500 1,529,614 1,201,820 1,529,614 1,404,000 542611 GG Library Expansion 4,933,100 6,776,687 5,582,820 6,776,687 0 Project Totals 14,737,200 18,200,733 10,022,077 18,200,746 1,404,000 313551 Refunds/Misc. 20,000 10,404 12,691 10,404 15,000 313551 Impact Fee Admin 0 90,339 0 90,350 0 993552 Transfers Debt Service (N Region 472,300 472,300 354,225 472,300 473,400 993552 Trans Com Paper (South Lib) 916,500 916,500 0 239,800 934,800 993552 Trans Com Paper (G Lib) 517,400 517,400 0 0 577,500 993551 Reserves 670,400 670,400 0 0 365,000 Total Appropriations 17,333,800 20,878,076 10,388,993 19,013,600 3,769,700 Commercial Paper (amortized over 15 years) will be used to finance both the Golden Gate & South Library construction. Golden Gate Library, a 17,000 sf structure to be built next to the existing library. Must have a construction contract by December 23, 2006 to be eligible fOT the $500,000 grant which has been awarded by the State of Florida. The project has received a loan from the General fWId 001 in the amount of$1,429,100, this money will be spent first. It is anticipated that in FY08 the connnercial paper loan will be executed. The debt service payments for the Commercial Paper Loan will be made with impact fees. South Regional Library, a 30,000 sf structure Must have a construction contract by December 23, 2007. to be eligible for the $500,000 grant. 19 Public Services Division Museum Improvement Fund (314) FY05106 FY06/07 FY06/07 FY07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Total Budget Appropriation Unit ExpIRev Budget ExplRev Budget Change Capital Projects 0 830,000 830,000 500,000 -39.8% Reserves 0 0 0 0 N/A Total Appropriations 0 830,000 830,000 500,000 -39.8% Revenue: Transfer from (198) 0 330,000 330,000 0 -100.0% Transfer from (00 I) 0 500,000 500,000 500,000 0.0% Interest/Misc. 0 0 0 0 N/A Carry forward 0 0 0 0 N/A Revenue Reserve 0 0 0 0 N/A Total Revenue 0 830,000 830,000 500,000 -39.8% Total Projl Capital Projects for FY 08 FY07 As of 4/20/2007 Amend Bud I Exp/Enc I 830,000 61,500 830,000 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 830,000 II 61,500 II 830,000 II 500,000 I SAP Proj Prollram # Naples Depot Building Restoration 504011 830,000 0 0 0 830,000 II Naples Depot Bldg Restoration Complete the final phase of development and installation of permanent historical exhibits at the Naples Depot Museum. The historical exhibits themed to the history of Naples and the importance of transportation to the settlement and growth ofeallier County. Work includes construction of exhibit wall systems, caseworks, interpretive and graphic panels, and interactive exhibits. 20 f Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Mission Statement Capital Improvement Program Public Services Capital County Wide Capital Projects Fund (301) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost N/A 1,736,800 1,736,800 Current Level of Service Budget 1,736,800 1,736,800 Total Proposed Budget 1,736,800 1,736,800 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 76,610 na Capital Outlay 213,055 731,700 1,318,200 898,600 898,600 22.8% Net Operating Budget 289,665 731,700 1,318,200 898,600 898,600 22.8% Trans to 306 Parks Cap Fd 600,000 na Trans to 355 Library 1m Fee Cap Fd 838,200 838,200 na Total Budget 289,665 731,700 1,918,200 1,736,800 1,736,800 137.4% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 731,700 1,331,700 1 ,736,800 1,736,800 137.4% Carry Forward 586,500 na Total Funding 731,700 1,918,200 1,736,800 1,736,800 137.4% Projects that are to be funded under the Public Services Division section within the County Wide Capital Project Fund (301) are as follows: FY 07 Forecast $ 170,700 $1,147,500 $ 0 FY08 Budget $ 0 $898,600 $838,200 SAP Proj No 501131 540012 993012 Description Horticulture Learning Center Replacement Library Books Transfer to Library Impact Fee Fund (355) $1,318,200 $1,736,800 Total Fiscal Year 2008 21 Capital Improvement Program Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Division Organizational Chart Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) == 251.00 Transportation Administration Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 12.00 Trans Operations Engineering Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 6.00 Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 23.00 Transportation Improvement Districts Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 Traffic Operations Department Total Full- Time Equivalents (FTE) = 33.00 Transportation Maintenance Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 165.00 Transportation Planning Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 12.00 Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 2 . ~ ~ 0 0 Gl ... <0 '" <0 N C '" ~ CO , "" .c U ~ 0 0 0 0 0 0 CO CO cr> ... = '" 0 ...- >- ... 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Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Division Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 13,674,101 15,816.900 14,843,900 16,226,800 190,000 16,416,800 3,8% Operating Expense 22,690,682 19,744,000 19,684,500 20,776,400 1,272,200 22,048,600 11.7% Indirect Cost Reimburs 461,100 568,500 568,500 620,800 620,800 9.2% Capital Outiay 6,187,063 24,447,600 21,952,400 27,363,600 804,000 28,167,600 15.2% Total Net Budget 43,012,946 60,577,000 57,049,300 64,987,600 2,266,200 67,253,800 11.0% Do Not Use This Obj Code In Govmax ,. Trans to Property Appraiser 32,428 43,800 33,400 38,100 38,100 (13.0%) Trans to Tax Collector 82,881 126,400 104,100 146,100 146,100 15.6% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 893,023 302,300 302,300 164,500 164,500 (45.6%) Trans to 163 Baysh/Av Beaut Fd 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 0% Trans to 216 Debt Serv Fd 332,700 363,200 363,200 362,300 362,300 (0.2%) Trans to Cap Proj 200,000 200,000 ,. Trans to 313 Gas Tax Cap Fd 1,500 1,149,600 (100.0%) Trans to 426 CAT Mass Transit Fd 500,000 ,. Reserves For Contingencies 2,267,500 2,702,900 2,702,900 19.2% Reserves For Debt Service 448,500 448,500 ,. Reserves For Capital 145,800 185,400 185,400 27.2% Reserves For Cash Flow 50,000 50,000 50,000 0% Reserve for Attrition (279,200) (597,200) (597,200) 113.9% Total Budget 44,893,979 63,638,300 59,041,900 68,728,200 2,266,200 70,994,400 11,6% FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Department Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Transportation Administration 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% Trans Operations Engineering Department 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Alternative Transportation Modes Admin 14,628,413 15,294,200 16,416,100 13,754,500 326,300 14,080,800 (7.9%) Transportation Improvement Districts 1,521,797 9,932,200 4,229,200 17,461,800 17,461,800 75.8% Traffic Operations Department 4,682,053 5,570,700 4,995,000 5,449,300 632,900 6,082,200 9.2% Transportation Maintenance 18,763,120 25,857,600 27,502,200 24,746,500 1,257,000 26,003,500 0.6% Transportation Planning 1,259,994 1,333,000 1,416,200 880,400 880,400 (34.0%) Total Net Budget 43,012,946 60,577,000 57,049,300 64,987,600 2,266,200 67,253,800 11.0% Alternative Transportation Modes Admin 1,219,323 200,000 1,148,500 (100.0%) Transportation Improvement Districts 276,121 1,460,900 274,800 3,189,100 3,189,100 118.3% Traffic Operations Department 12,888 172,300 166,100 96,400 96,400 (44.1%) Reserves and Transfers 372,700 1,228,100 403,200 455,100 455,100 (62.9%) Total Transfers and Reserves 1,881,033 3,061,300 1,992,600 3,740,600 3,740,600 22.2% Total Budget 44,893,979 63,638,300 59,041,900 68,728,200 2,266,200 70,994,400 11.6% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 4 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 3,854,746 5,112,400 4,922,100 5,946,700 5,946,700 16.3% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 1,134 800 ,. Licenses & Permits 604,806 600,500 511,000 590,200 590,200 (1.7%) Intergovernmental Revenues 7,044,281 4,680,300 2,231,600 2,245,400 95,100 2,340,500 (50.0%) Charges For Services 1,046,158 25,300 251,400 52,900 52,900 109.1% Miscellaneous Revenues 2,630,803 113,200 419,600 334,400 334,400 195.4% InterestlMisc 415,722 60,600 355,300 216,300 216,300 256.9% Other Financing Sources 1,995 ,. Loan Proceeds 5,981,100 ,. Reimb From Other Depts 4,552 4,000 4,000 ,. Trans frm Property Appraiser 5,425 4,600 ,. Trans frm Tax Collector 41,446 34,700 ,. Net Cost General Fund 426,569 ,. Net Cost Road and Bridge (511,577) (2,976,100) ,. Net Cost MSTD General Fund 6,027,489 12,827,700 14,962,400 16,348,700 16,348,700 27.4% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 17,734,800 21,282,600 22,219,500 20,191,900 1,958,400 22,150,300 4.1% Trans fm Special Rev Fds 500,000 ,. Trans fm 101 Transp Op Fd 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 0% Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 7,904,444 6,289,800 5,280,800 1,848,200 1,848,200 (70.6%) Trans fm 131 Dev Serv Fd 340,900 383,100 383,100 247,900 247,900 (35.3%) Trans fm 313 Gax Tax Cap Fd 2,446,500 2,554,500 2,649,600 2,604,600 2,604,600 2.0% Trans fm 325 Stormwater Cap Fd 212,700 212,700 ,. Carry Forward 9,969,700 17,213,300 18,419,000 18,419,000 84.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (301,400) (362,000) (362,000) 20.1% Total Funding 50,560,194 63,638,300 74,484,800 68,728,200 2,266,200 70,994,400 11.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Division Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Transportation Administration 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% Trans Operations Engineering Department 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 0% Alternative Transportation Modes Admin 23.00 23.00 23.00 23.00 23.00 0% Transportation Improvement Districts ,. Traffic Operations Department 36.00 36.00 32.00 32.00 1.00 33.00 (8.3%) Transportation Maintenance 154.00 155.00 159.00 162.00 3,00 165.00 6.5% Transportation Planning 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% Total FTE 243.00 244.00 244.00 247.00 4.00 251.00 2.9% Stormwater (324) 13 13 13 10 0 10 -23.1% Transportation Engineering (312) 27 27 27 27 0 27 0.0% Sub Total ~ Capital 40 40 40 37 0 37 Total Division Positions 283 284 284 284 4 288 1.4% BCSB Paid Positions 2 2 2 2 0 2 Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 5 6 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Administration FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 813,440 1,003,000 938,700 1,039,600 1,039,600 3.6% Operating Expense 431,155 562,100 570,200 573,200 573,200 2.0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 384,800 451,300 451,300 477,700 477.700 5.8% Capital Outlay 2,312 1,800 1,800 50,000 50,000 2,677.8% Net Operating Budget 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% Total Budget 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Transportation Administration (101) 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% Total Net Budget 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 415,667 136,000 290,000 290,000 290,000 113.2% Charges For Services 144 2,400 2,400 2,400 n. Miscellaneous Revenues 1,782 1,700 100 100 100 (941%) Reimb From Other Depls 2,400 ,. Net Cost Road and Bridge 1,211,713 1,880,500 1.669,500 1,798,000 50,000 1,848,000 (1.7%) Total Funding 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Transportation Administration (101) 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% Total FTE 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 7 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Administration Transportation Administration (101) Mission Statement To deliver and effectively manage a planned, stable and sustainable transportation and stormwater system through partnerships, innovation, adaptation to change, community involvement and exceptional customer service. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 5.00 1,486,032 292,500 1,193,532 Funding for the Department Administrator, Executive Secretary, and an Administrative Assistant. All divisional overhead costs for Fund 101 to include Indirect Service Charges, Motor Pool Capital Recovery Charges, General Insurance. and PC reolacements Fiscal Support 3.00 277,842 277,842 Provides all financial management support to include accounts payable, accounts receivable, invoicing, grant reimbursements, budgeting, purchasing, payroll, etc. Support is provided to the Administrator as well as all department directors and staff within the Transoortation Division. Public Information 2.00 150,743 150,743 Serve as the liaison between Collier County Transportation Services and the public, media and governmental representatives. To research and respond to questions/complaints and handle marketing and public relations matters for Transoortation Services Division. Operations Management 2.00 175,883 175,883 Align Transportation and Strategic Goals and Objectives with those of the County; make recommendation on new technology products to help make Transportation processes more efficient and effective. Establish quantifiable baselines for process improvement and use models to quantify the process levels of effort and work to establish and accomplish the baselines. Map Transportation business processes to come up with Standard Operating Procedures and establish a set of Performance Measurements to track the oroaress towards the accomolishment of our Strateoic Goals. Current Level of Service Budget 12.00 2,090,500 292,500 1,798,000 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Performance Measures Database Pilot Works Software 50,000 50,000 Software for Reporting of Performance Measures for the Division Expanded Services Budget 50,000 50,000 Total Proposed Budget 12.00 2,140,500 292,500 1,848,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of AIMS addressed or constituents contacted within 5 days 100 100 100 95 % of executive summaries entered into Novus by deadline 95 95 85 95 % of invoices processed within the Prompt Payment Act 100 100 99 100 Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 8 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Administration Transportation Administration (101) FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 813.440 1,003,000 938,700 1,039,600 1,039,600 3.6% Operating Expense 431,155 562,100 570,200 573,200 573,200 2.0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 384,800 451,300 451,300 477,700 477,700 5.8% Capital Outlay 2,312 1,800 1,800 50,000 50.000 2,677.8% Net Operating Budget 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% Total Budget 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% Total HE 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 415,667 136,000 290,000 290,000 290,000 113.2% Charges For Services 144 2,400 2,400 2,400 na Miscellaneous Revenues 1,782 1,700 100 100 100 (94.1%) Reimb From Other Oepts 2,400 na Net Cost Road and Bridge 1.211,713 1,880,500 1,669,500 1,798,000 50,000 1,848,000 (1.7%) Total Funding 1,631,707 2,018,200 1,962,000 2,090,500 50,000 2,140,500 6.1% Forecast FY 06/07 - Total personal services are below budget due to position vacancies during the fiscal year. Operating expenses exceed budget and were covered by budget amendments. Department revenue is forecast above budget with projected increases in the Motor Fuel Tax Rebate. This revenue has traditionally fluctuated greatly from budget estimates. Current FY 07/08 - Operating expenses reflect slight increases in facility electricity ($19,800) and indirect costs for the Division ($26,400). General Insurance allocation for Transportation Services Fund (101) decreased slightly. Expanded FY 07/08 - Includes the purchase of licenses for a Performance Measures database software system. CDES is purchasing the module and we will need licenses to be able to utilize the database ($50,000). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 9 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Trans Operations Engineering Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 200S FY 200S FY200S FY 200S Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 497.432 539,100 496,600 575,600 575,600 6.8% Operating Expense 25,458 29,000 29,000 29,000 29,000 0% Capital Outlay 2,972 3,000 3,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Total Budget 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 200S FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans Operations Engineering Oept (101) 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Total Net Budget 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Total Transfers and Reserves na Total Budget 525,S62 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 200S Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Road and Bridge 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Total Funding 525.862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 200S FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans Operations Engineering Dept 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 0% (101) Total FTE 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 10 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Trans Operations Engineering Department Trans Operations Engineering Dept (101) Mission Statement Assist in planning, roadway design, roadway permitting, roadway construction, and miscellaneous special projects to meet service levels established by the County's Growth Management Plan and established by budget approval actions of the Board of County Commissioners. To provide supervision, engineering, and coordination to ensure that the Department's roadway projects are designed and constructed in a timely, efficient, and economlc-al manner. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues 1.50 192,761 3.00 272,643 1.50 139,196 6.00 604,600 6.00 604,600 FY 2008 Net Cost Program Summary Section Administration/Overhead Funding for section administration and fixed section overhead. Roadway Design Provide for design and construction activities for roadway and landscaping oroiects at various locations countvwide. includino oathwavs. Transportation Projects Plan Review Provide review for the design of capital transportation improvement projects. Current Level of Service Budget 192,761 272,643 139,196 604,600 604,600 T otaJ Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of Adopted Pathways MP Implemented (Encumb) vs. Prior Year 100 100 100 Total # of dollars of actual in-house design per year 1,750,000 1,750,000 1,750,000 1,750,000 Total # of in-house projects per year 9 9 7 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 497,432 539,100 496,600 575,600 575,600 6.8% Operating Expense 25,458 29,000 29,000 29,000 29,000 0% Capital Outlay 2,972 3,000 3,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Total Budget 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Total HE 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Road and Bridge 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Total Funding 525,862 571,100 528,600 604,600 604,600 5.9% Current FY07/08 - Personal Services are up 6.8% due to a reclass of a position from a Senior Project Manager to a Principal Project Manager. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 11 Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,297,163 1,549,200 1,464,500 1,626,300 1,626,300 5.0% Operating Expense 10,694,455 9,933,200 10,005,800 10,377,200 326,300 10,703,500 7,8% Indirect Cost Reimburs 41,500 73,100 73,100 93,800 93,800 28.3% Capital Outlay 2,595,296 3,738,700 4,872,700 1,657,200 1,657,200 (55.7%) Net Operating Budget 14,628,413 15,294,200 16,416,100 13,754,500 326,300 14,080,800 (7.9%) Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 719,323 ,. Trans to 313 Gas Tax Cap Fd 1,148.500 ,. Trans to 426 CAT Mass Transit Fd 500,000 ,. Reserves For Contingencies 200,000 (100.0%) Total Budget 15,847,736 15,494,200 17,564,600 13,754,500 326,300 14,080,800 (9.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Alternative Trans Modes Admin (101) 325,330 352,800 326,900 374,500 374,500 6.2% Collier Area Transit CAT Fund (426) 2,818,800 4,159,800 2,697,700 2,992,500 326,300 3,318,800 (20.2%) Landscape Operation Projects (112) 7,143,994 6,520,800 10,453,100 1,942,000 1,942,000 (70.2%) MSTU's & Landscape Operations (111) 1,072,487 1,280,300 1,228,100 6,632,600 6.632,600 418.1% Trans Disadvantaged Enterprise (427) 3,267,802 2,980,500 1,710,300 1,812,900 1,812,900 (39.2%) Total Net Budget 14,628,413 15,294,200 16,416,100 13,754,500 326,300 14,080,800 (7.9%) Total Transfers and Reserves 1,219,323 200,000 1,148,500 (100.0%) Total Budget 15,847,736 15,494,200 17,564,600 13,754,500 326,300 14,080,800 (9.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY200B FY2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 2,927,705 2,827,700 225,000 95,100 95,100 190,200 (93.3%) Charges For Services 829,812 300 500 (100.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 2,088,966 40,000 127,500 93,800 93,800 134.5% InteresVMisc (22,667) 2,300 (100.0%) Net Cost Road and Bridge 325,330 352,800 326,900 374,500 374,500 6.2% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 1,070,902 1,280,300 1,227,900 6,632,600 6.632,600 418.1% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 1,573,400 2,312,600 3,209,500 2,710,300 231,200 2.941,500 27.2% Trans fm Special Rev Fds 500,000 ,. Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 7,749,500 6,289,800 5,280,800 1,848,200 1,848,200 (70.6%) Trans fm 313 Gax Tax Cap Fd 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,095,100 2,000,000 2,000,000 0% Carry FOlWard 388,400 5,071,400 (100.0%) Total Funding 19,042,948 15,494,200 17,564,600 13,754,500 326,300 14,080,800 (9.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Alternative Trans Modes Admin (101) 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% Collier Area Transit CAT Fund (426) 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0% MSTU's & Landscape Operations (111) 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 0% Total FTE 23.00 23.00 23.00 23.00 23.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 12 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Alternative Trans Modes Admin (101) Mission Statement To provide "World Class" transit, para transit, landscape operations and MSTU planning, in an efficient and effective manner. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 2.00 262,097 262,097 Funding for departmental administration and fixed departmental overhead. County Median: Landscape Project Management 1.00 112,403 112,403 Plan reviews for new county roadways and ROW permits. Project manaoement and coordination of landscaoe beautification oroiects. Current Level of Service Budget 3.00 374,500 374,500 Total Proposed Budget 3.00 374,500 374,500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Coordination and review of development related issues within 5 business 100 100 100 100 days Response to public inquiries within 5 working days of receipt 100 100 100 100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 277,067 318,300 292,400 328,800 328,800 3.3% Operating Expense 26,158 34,500 34.500 45,700 45,700 32.5% Capital Outlay 22,105 na Net Operating Budget 325,330 352,800 326,900 374,500 374,500 6.2% Total Budget 325,330 352,800 326,900 374,500 374,500 6.2% Total HE 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Road and Bridge 325,330 352,800 326,900 374,500 374,500 6.2% Total Funding 325,330 352,800 326,900 374,500 374,500 6.2% Current FY 07/08 - Operating expense has increase due to the shifting of certain expenses from fund (111) to fund (101). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division ]3 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Trans Disadvantaged Enterprise (427) Mission Statement To provide transportation services in Collier County in support of the State Transportation Disadvantaged Grant Program. Program Summary Transportation Disadvantaged (TD) Services Grant(s) Transportation services for the elderly, handicapped, and economically disadvantaoed in suooort of the State TD Grant and Medicaid Proaram Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 1,812,900 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 1,812,900 Total Proposed Budget 1,812,900 1,812,900 1,812,900 1,812,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Operating costs per passenger trip 13.08 17.80 13.08 Total vehicle miles per quarter 128.787 281,650 128,787 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 3,219,974 2,920,500 1,634,000 1,786,900 1,786,900 (38.B%) Capital Outlay 47.828 60,000 76,300 26,000 26,000 (56.7%) Net Operating Budget 3,267,802 2,980,500 1,710,300 1,812,900 1,812,900 (39.2%) Total Budget 3,267,802 2,980,500 1,710,300 1,812,900 1,812,900 (39.2%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 1,171,359 1,270,200 (100.0%) Charges For Services 665,391 na Miscellaneous Revenues 493,646 na InteresUMisc (6) na Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 1,573,400 1,710,300 1,710,300 1,812,900 1,812,900 6.0% Total Funding 3,903,789 2,980,500 1,710,300 1,812,900 1,812,900 (39.2%) Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 14 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Fund (427) Transportation Disadvantaged FY 07 Budget Notes Grant funds in the form of Transportation Disadvantaged Medicaid and Trip & Equipment are combined with a General Fund (001) transfer to fund contractual paratransit operations through McDonald Transit; fleet related operating expenses; and programmed capital purchases. For FY 08 budget purposes, only expenses funded from the General Fund transfer will be shown ($1,812,900). The programs remaining budget balance comprised of grants ($1,136,800), do not coincide with the County's fiscal year and are thus approved via budget amendment. The current contract with McDonald Transit entered into in October 2005 will extend for five (5) years with one five year renewal and covers all aspects of fleet and route operations. McDonald Transit receives monthly consideration for their services which currently totals approximately $210,000 per month. McDonald Transit is entitled to monthly billing adjustments based upon level of service provided per the contract. Currently twenty (20) vehicles are utilized for paratransit operations with an average of fifteen (15) vehicles providing daily trip transportation. Reserve vehicles (5) are maintained to accommodate heavy trip volume and maintenance schedules. It is anticipated that with the addition of new paratransit vehicles, the oldest, best serviced and most reliable from the fleet will be transitioned to reserve status with a corresponding number of vehicles removed from reserve and declared surplus. Forecast FY 06/07 - The County will purchase four (4) buses; three (3) of which will be funded under the 5310 program with delivery in January 08. The fourth bus will be funded from the Capital Equipment Grant, insurance proceeds and local funding. Delivery is expected in August, 2007. Current FY 07/08 - The contract for McDonald Transit is budgeted at $2.5 million with fleet operating and overhead costs (including fuel, parts, vehicle maintenance and facility costs) totaling $433,600. An additional $136,300 is reserved in the General Fund and dedicated exclusively for fuel in Fund 427 should charges exceed the base budget ($124,700). For FY 08, the purchase of four (4) paratransit vehicles consistent with Fleets recommended replacement schedule is planned.. As contemplated, all vehicles will be paid by grant dollars through the 5310 program or other grant sources. Funding through the 5310 program requires a local match. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 15 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Collier Area Transit CAT Fund (426) Mission Statement To provide fixed route public transportation services including the maintenance, operations and program management FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Federal Transportation Administration Sec. 5307 Grant 25,800 25,800 Fund 313 Gas Tax Fund Subsidy (Transfer) 1.00 2,966,700 2,966,700 Current Level of Service Budget 1.00 2,992,500 2,992,500 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Immokalee Circulator Route 8 with Reverse Routing 239,700 239,700 Collier Area Transit operates Route 8 serving the community of Immokalee. Route 8 often operates with standing room only. This expansion is requested to operate an additional bus creating reverse routing. This reverse routing would increase the service and improve service to the rural community Immokalee. Golden Gate Expanded Route 3A 18,000 18,000 Collier Area Transit's Route 3A serves the Golden Gale Community. This route is experiencing capacity issues during the hours between 6:00 am and 7:00 am, The bus runs with standing room only, and often has to leave passengers at the bus stop waiting for the next bus. This expansion seeks to add an additional trip from 5:30 am to 6:30 am to alleviate capacity issues and to imorove service 10 the Golden Gate Community. Expansion of Service Route 2B 18,100 18,100 Expansion of Service Route 28 to start@ 6:30 AM to the other "8" Routes Expansion of Service Route 9 29,500 29,500 Expansion of Service Route 9 to run to Charlee Estates 1 extra trip to end at 7:00 PM Expansion of Sunday Hours 21,000 21,000 Expansion of Sunday Hours to increase several routes one trip ~ later hours Expanded Services Budget 326,300 326,300 Total Proposed Budget 1.00 3,318,800 3,318,800 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Total revenue miles per quarter 120,649 287,500 280,000 Transit system passenger boardings by qtr. vs. target 250.000 287,500 300,000 Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 16 Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Collier Area Transit CAT Fund (426) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 64,291 77,400 79,600 78,700 78,700 1.7% Operating Expense 2,689,584 3,229,000 2,568,500 2,907,200 326,300 3,233,500 0.1% Capital Outlay 64,924 853,400 49,600 6,600 6,600 (99.2%) Net Operating Budget 2,818,800 4,159,800 2,697,700 2,992,500 326,300 3,318,800 (20.2%) Total Budget 2,818,800 4,159,800 2,697,700 2,992,500 326,300 3,318,800 (20.2%) Total FTE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 1,756,347 1,557,500 95,100 95,100 190,200 (87.8%) Charges For Services 121,460 '" Miscellaneous Revenues 1,187,255 300 '" Interest/Misc (3.154) '" Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 602,300 502,300 897,400 231,200 1,128,600 87.4% Trans fm Special Rev Fds 500,000 '" Transfm 313 Gax Tax Cap Fd 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,095,100 2,000,000 2,000,000 0% Total Funding 5,561,908 4,159,800 2,697,700 2,992,500 326,300 3,318,800 (20.2%) Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 17 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Fund (426) Collier Area Transit Budget Notes Grant funds from the Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) and State of Florida (State Block Grant) are combined with a transfer from Gas Tax Fund (313) and General Fund (001) to support Collier Area Transit operations. Per County budgetary guidance, Gas Tax Fund (313) provides a $2,000,000 annual subsidy in support of CAT transit operations. The General Fund (001) transfer equal to $897,400 for FY 08 provides the additional County funded subsidy due to the cap on Gas Tax funding. For FY 08 budget purposes, only expenses funded from the Gas Tax transfer ($2,OOO,OOO), the General Fund Transfer ($897,400), plus intergovernmental service development route revenue ($95,100) will be shown. The programs remaining budget balance comprised of grants ($3.498,500), do not coincide with the County's fiscal year and are thus approved via budget amendment. Personal Services include one (1) FTE. FY 07/08 Current _ McDonald's contract (including grant funding) to operate the scheduled regular routes totals $3,906,000. A total of twenty (20) buses are available for CAT operations. Fifteen (15) are considered primary and five (5) are maintained in reserve status. FTA 5307 grant funds are used on an annual basis to purchase new fleet; offset facility capital expense; and fund general operations. For FY 08 four (4) new fixed route buses and one (1) passenger van are planned for purchase. However, the actual number of buses acquired will be based upon available grant dollars. Fleet operating and overhead costs (including fuel, parts, vehicle maintenance and transit facility costs) total $939,100. An additional fuel reserve totaling $26,300 is budgeted in the General Fund (001) and dedicated exclusively to Fund (426) should fuel charges exceed the base budget ($449,900). Additional fleet and fuel charges totaling $514,900 are budgeted within the 5307 grant. The following list describes existing routes as well as proposed route expansion. FY08 Current Service Red Route Tamiami Trail Orange Route Coastland Mall Purple Route Golden Gate Green Route Edison College Yellow Route Cleveland Clinic Blue Route Immokalee Shelter Light Blue Route Marco Island (Continued without Grant funding) Pink Route Immokalee Circulator Brown Route Charlee Estates Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 18 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin FY 08 Expanded Service Immokalee Circulator Route 8 with Reverse Routing - Collier Area Transit operates Route 8 which serves the Immokalee Community. This route often experiences standing room only passenger loads and passengers are often left at the bus stop waiting in excess of one hour for the next bus.. Expanding the lmmokalee service through an additional bus would improve service by creating a reverse route. The estimated cost for this expanded service totals $275,700. The General Fund would offset $144,600 of the planned expansion with grant revenue in the amount of $95, 1 00 and Farebox Revenue estimated at $36,000. This expanded request pertains to Route 3A which selVes the Golden Gate Community. This route is experiencing capacity issues during the hours between 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. This bus runs with standing room only and passengers are often forced to wait for the next bus. This expansion seeks to add an additional trip from 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. to alleviate this capacity problem. Total cost to the General Fund (001) for this expansion equals $18,000. This expanded request pertains to Route 2B to increase the route to start@6:30A.M. to the other "8" routes. Cost of the expansion request is projected to be $22.700 with offsetting Farebox revenues estimated at $4,600. Total cost to the General Fund (001) for this expansion equals $18,100. This expanded request pertains to Route 9 that services Charlee Estates to increase the run by 1 extra trip to end at 7:00 P.M. Cost of the expansion request is projected to be $34,100 with offsetting Farebox revenues estimated at $4,600. Total cost to the General Fund (001) for this expansion equals $29,500. This expanded request pertains to increasing the the hours for the Sunday service routes to run later hours in the day. Cost of the expansion request is projected to be $25,800 with offsetting Farebox revenues estimated at $4,800. Total cost to the General Fund (001) for this expansion equals $21,000. Future Collier Area Transit expansions, outlined in the Transit Development Plan (TOP), include providing frequency on aU routes of thirty minutes, operating routes until 10 pm, and providing service to the un-served areas of Collier County. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 19 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin MSTU's & Landscape Operations (111) Mission Statement To provide maintenance of landscaped, non.landscaped, and roadsides on selected County roadways to meet the standards adopted by the Board of County Commissioners. To provide supervision, coordination, manpower and support equipment to maintain the highest possible level of landscape service. To provide coordinated staff support and project management to multiple MSTU's in roadway, stormwater and landscape beautification. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 6,212,419 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost County Medians: Landscape Maintenance Field supervision and maintenance work performed on landscaped and non-landscaped medians and roadsides. Complete monthly inspections, ouarterlv reoorts to maintain a hioh level of maintenance. County Medians: Plan Reviews & Landscape Project Management Plan reviews for new County roadways and ROW permits. Project management and coordination of landscape beautification project within the right-of-way, including retention ponds, median plantings, signage and other builtslructures MSTU Project Management Project management and coordination of beautification MSTU's. Current Level of Service Budget 14.00 6,212.419 3.00 263,117 263,117 2.00 157,064 157,064 19.00 6,632,600 6,632,600 Total Proposed Budget 19.00 6,632,600 6,632,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2DD8 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 955,805 1,153,500 1,092,500 1,218,800 1,218,800 5.7% Operating Expense 93,068 102,800 102,900 5,397,400 5,397,400 5,150.4% Capital Outlay 23,614 24,000 32,700 16,400 16,400 (31.7%) Net Operating Budget 1,072,487 1,280,300 1,228,100 6,632,600 6,632,600 418.1% Total Budget 1,072,487 1,280,300 1,228,100 6,632,600 6,632,600 418.1% Total HE 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 1,585 200 ca Net Cost MSTD General Fund 1,070,902 1,280,300 1,227,900 6,632,600 6,632,600 418.1% Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd ca Total Funding 1,072,487 1,280,300 1,228,100 6,632,600 6,632,600 418.1% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 20 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Beginning FY 07/08, landscape maintenance expense previously budgeted in Fund (112) will be shown in Fund (111) under specific cost center designations. This change was made to eliminate the automatic roll of maintenance expense which is a product of project fund budgeting. Landscape construction projects will remain in Fund (112) as depicted on the succeeding project worksheet. Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal service expense within this department is down $61,000 - attributable to the vacancies during the fiscal year. Capital expense is for the purchase of two (2) replacement mowers recommended by Fleet with the additional expense covered by a budget amendment. Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services account for a complement of nineteen (19) FTE's. Operating expenses include $5,272,700 in landscape maintenance dollars previously budgeted in Fund 112. Regular overhead totals $124,700 an increase of $21 ,900 over FY 07, Noteworthy increases include; fuel ($4,400), and general fleet maintenance charges ($16,600). Capital expense is for a third mower which was recommended for replacement in FY 07 but deferred to this year. Revenue FY 07/08 - Shown at the fund level is transfer revenue to Fund (111) from the various MSTU's to support staff administration. Transfer revenue totals $164,500. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 21 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Landscape Operation Projects (112) Mission Statement To provide maintenance of landscaped, non-landscaped, and roadsides on selected County roadways to meet the standards adopted by the Board of County Commissioners. To provide supervision, coordination, manpower and support equipment to maintain the highest possible level of landscape service. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Contracted Median MaintenancefConstruction 1,848,200 1,848,200 Operating Overhead 93,800 93,800 Current Level of Service Budget 1,942,000 1,942,000 Total Proposed Budget 1,942,000 1,942,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of capital projects completed within 10% of budget 100 100 100 100 % of capital projects completed within 20% of schedule 100 100 100 100 Landscape operating (maintenance) cost per mile 85,339 85,339 85,339 85,339 Landscape w/street Trees capital cost per mile 309.841 400,923 400,923 400.923 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 4,665,670 3,646,400 5,665,900 240,000 240,000 (93.4%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 41,500 73,100 73,100 93,800 93,800 28.3% Capital Outlay 2,436,824 2,801,300 4,714,100 1,608,200 1,608,200 (42.6%) Net Operating Budget 7,143,994 6,520,800 10,453,100 1,942,000 1,942,000 (70.2%) Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 719,323 n. Trans to 313 Gas Tax Cap Fd 1,148,500 n. Trans to 426 CAT Mass Transit Fd 500,000 n. Reserves For Contingencies 200,000 (100.0%) Total Budget 8,363,318 6,720,800 11,601,600 1,942,000 1,942,000 (71.1%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 225,000 n. Charges For Services 42,961 300 500 (100.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 406,480 40,000 127,000 93,800 93,800 134.5% Interest/Mise (19,508) 2,300 (100.0%) Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 896,900 n. Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 7,749,500 6,289,800 5,280,800 1,848,200 1,848,200 (70.6%) Carry Forward 388,400 5,071,400 (100.0%) Total Funding 8,179,434 6,720,800 11,601,600 1,942,000 1,942,000 (71.1%) Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 22 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Alternative Transportation Modes Admin Current FY 07/08 - Only new capital landscape construction projects are budgeted in Fund (112). All landscape maintenance expense is shown under separate cost centers in Fund (111). This change will eliminate the co-mingling of maintenance and capital expense and provide for a true maintenance budgeting picture - one not masked by project roll dollars. New construction dollars for FY 07108 are shown within the attached project worksheet. UFR Request FY 07/08- Priority (1) Rattlesnake Hammock Landscape Installation ($801,800). Priority (2) Oil Well Road Landscape Design for installation of landscape ($180,OOO). Priority (3) Immokalee Road East - Collier to 43rd Street Design for the installation of landscape ($125,000). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 23 Alternative Transportation Modes - Landscape Operations (Cont.) MSTD General Fund (112) Landsca~ Variance Adopted 07 Ameoded07 Year to Date FY07 H'08 "OS "OS Master (MasterPlan & Se"lOeot..... BudPeI Budpet EncJExD. Forecast Current Exnanded Total Plan FY08Bud"et) n<;,,;i>nIConltn>ction' Irnmokaleelnte:rchange 0 0 " , 0 0 0 0 0 O\'erpass 414,400 414,400 ,68,H'JO 414,400 0 0 0 1,355,400 (1,355,400) Portofthelslands-Landscaping 0 2:;8.100 252,242 238,100 0 0 0 0 0 Golden Gate Blvd. Phase Three 670,000 (14)-'2 56'1,022 614,700 0 0 0 0 0 PRRl-75-Logan 170,700 8l.H9 5-'1,835 82,300 , 0 0 170,600 (170.600) US 41 North (VBR-lmmk, Rd.) 128,000 42/;00 57,776 42,600 0 0 0 260,900 (260.900) US 41 East (Rattlesnake.StAndrews) 0 689.5~9 513,227 689,600 0 0 0 0 0 US 41 East Phase A & B 0 0 0 0 0 , " 0 0 US 41 East (St. Andrews-Barefoot) 0 1,150A:H 1.123,640 1.150.400 0 0 0 0 0 Goodlene _ Frank (PR - VBR) 212,800 169,600 219,348 169,600 0 0 0 341,200 (341,200) Goodlette - Frank (OG. PRR) 0 ~42,700 894,295 ~42.700 0 0 0 0 0 Golden Gale lnlerchange " 195,800 21.480 195,800 205,000 0 205,000 0 205,000 Golden Gate Parkway - LR - SBB) 92,500 97,l(JO 40,981 ~7,100 0 0 0 128,000 (128,000) Livingston Road - VBR to Immokalee 264.800 229.300 [97,920 22~.300 0 0 0 170,600 (170,600) US41 North(\\'igginsPass-CntyLine) 579,800 876.426 807.163 876,400 , 0 0 619.600 (619,600) US41 EaslBarefoolWilliamst0951 " 722,530 (90)06 722,200 0 0 , 0 0 Golden Gate Blvd (2 Miles from Bri) 170)00 215.169 113,650 214.900 0 0 0 0 0 Vanderbilt Beach Road (Airport Rd. to Collier Blvd) , " 0 0 140,000 0 140,000 ImmokaleeRoad (l-75 to Col1ierBlvd) 0 0 0 " 100,000 0 100,000 ImmokaleeRoad(US4110l-75) , " " 1,403,200 0 1.403.200 US 41 North (Immk.-Wiggins) 170,700 136,244 59.343 136.300 0 0 , 170,600 (170,600) ISub-Totallh>signlConstJ"uction $2,874,400 56,817,063 $6,034,119 $6.816.400 $1,848,200 SO $1,848,200 $3,216,900 (3,011.900) ~~~_~~ce:)W:~.loF!ullUil'~IF1'.08_ Airport Road 32'1,600 394,900 J27,~79 394,9()0 234,t()O 234,100 0 Da\"isBh'd. Phase II 232,600 181,000 192.581 181,000 27&,500 278,500 0 Radio Road 149,500 170.000 140,900 170,000 136.900 136,900 0 lmmokalee Road Mowing MSTD 180,000 IIl.271 10,300 7,500 7,500 0 lmmokalee (CR 846 & SR 29) 265,100 222,800 195,756 222,800 274,700 274,700 0 Golden Gale Parkway 250,800 266,200 213,~51 2(,6,200 170,500 170,500 0 Livingston Road Irnmk.-Cnty. Line 200,100 173,400 250,418 173,400 209.500 209,500 0 Li"ingston Road Radio-PRR 23~,600 242,900 239,441 242,900 472,HlO 472,t()O 0 CR95l PartB 111,600 llli,500 110,521 116,500 156,000 0 156,000 0 Davis Phase II Refurbishment 0 33,079 31,855 33.000 0 , 0 0 Pine Ridge Road Refurbishment 0 149,114 111,237 14~,l00 0 0 0 0 Airport Pulling Road 147,100 155,602 146.507 155,600 164,000 0 164,000 0 Livingston Road PRR-VBR 188,200 178,200 174,352 178.200 197,400 0 197,400 0 Ralllesnake Hmk (US 41 to Co. Bn) 83.000 61,000 62,617 61,000 73,300 " 73)00 0 CR95l Part A 129,500 144,100 136.598 144,100 0 0 " 0 Pine Ridge Road East (Landscaping) 239)00 257.1,65 232,311 257,600 0 0 0 0 ImmokaJeeRoad 90,400 5,459 5,459 5,400 0 0 0 0 SR951 at Fiddler's Creek 100,100 45,100 46.335 45,100 89.000 0 89,000 0 GGBlvd. (951 to Bridge Landscaping) 118,400 91,600 ~9.2(,~ 91,600 404,600 0 404,600 0 Pine Ridge Road We.st 128,800 121,700 Iln)97 121,700 " 0 0 , US4l North Phase II 0 250 '" 200 0 0 0 0 Davis Blvd. Phase 1 73,600 21,200 15,948 21,200 31,200 0 31,200 0 US 41 N _ GulfPk To VBR 131,500 210,800 207.232 21O,~00 0 0 0 0 CS41 East Phase B (Sandpipe:r 10 RSH) 58,900 133,900 13~.702 133,~(l0 ~5,100 , 85,100 0 BorutaBeachRoad* " 0 0 0 0 " 0 0 US41 East Phase A 61,500 43,400 49,400 43,400 0 0 0 0 LakcBoorman 15.000 11,400 11,428 11.400 0 0 0 0 Golden Gale Internal Roads 22,700 22,700 16,432 22,71l0 24,000 0 24,000 0 Devonshire Blvd 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pine Ridge lrTigation 0 0 0 0 0 " 0 0 Triangle 0 500 '"0 500 0 0 0 0 SeagaleDrive 12,800 9,900 9,682 9,900 0 0 0 0 Pine Ridge Logan to Aiport 0 " 0 " 0 0 0 " North 11th Street 0 0 0 0 0 , 0 0 Pine RidgeRd Hedge 10,000 1,200 1,200 1,200 , " 0 0 Vanderbilt Beach Road 6,200 4,900 4,898 4,900 19,600 0 19,600 0 US41 SeagateDr, to Gulf Park Dr 70,100 81,600 10,257 81,600 0 0 0 0 Golden Gate-95J to Bridge " 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 FPL Power FeedcrBuriaJ 0 73,100 73,100 73,100 0 0 0 0 !\aple:s Park MSBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 " 0 Goodlelle Frank (OG. PRR) 0 0 0 298,700 0 298,700 0 Goodlette Frank (PRR - VBR) , 0 0 0 233,S100 " 233,900 0 US41 North-(Seagate to County Line) 0 0 0 0 211,500 " 211,500 0 US41 E ast (Rattlesnake 10 Collier) 0 0 0 0 468,300 0 468,300 0 Golden Gate Parkway (LR to SBB) 0 0 0 0 165,600 0 165,600 0 Overpass 0 0 0 0 469,400 0 469,400 , PRR(I-75 10 Logan) 0 0 0 0 391,300 0 397.300 0 Hickory Berm 1.000 1.500 820 1.500 0 0 0 0 SubtolalMaintcnance $3,646.400 53,636,939 $3,374,133 $3,636,700 $5.272,700 SO $5,272.700 SO SO Contingency Reserves+lndirectCosl 200,000 200.000 0 0 93.800 0 93.800 0 TolaJ $6,720,8(10 $10,654.001 $9,408.252 $10,453,100 $7.214.700 SO $7.214.700 $3.216,900 (3.011,900) 24 25 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 746,703 1,266,800 1,220,500 1,662,200 1,662,200 31.2% Indirect Cost Reimburs 32,200 41,300 41,300 47,400 47,400 14.8% Capita! Outlay 742,894 8,624,100 2,967,400 15,752,200 15,752,200 82.7% Net Operating Budget 1,521,797 9,932,200 4,229,200 17,461,800 17,461,800 75.8% Do Not Use This Obj Code In Govmax na Trans to Property Appraiser 27,677 39,000 29,900 33,300 33,300 (14.6%) Trans to Tax Collector 74,744 110,000 91,500 128,400 128,400 16.7% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 173,700 152,300 152,300 164,500 164,500 8.0% Trans to Cap Proj 200,000 200,000 na Trans to 313 Gas Tax Cap Fd 1,500 1,100 (100.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 1,012,300 2,029,000 2,029,000 100,4% Reserves For Debt Service 448,500 448,500 na Reserves For Capital 145,800 185,400 185,400 27.2% Total Budget 1,797,918 11,393,100 4,504,000 20,650,900 20,650,900 81.3% FY2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Bayshore Beautification MSTU (160) I 220,175 1,635,200 695,300 2,349,800 2,349,800 43.7% (163) Forest Lakes Roadway & Drainage (155) 454,376 866,200 1,039,800 4,844,700 4,844,700 459.3% /(159) Golden Gate Beautification MSTU (136) / 149,974 978,000 732,700 1,216,900 1,216,900 24.4% (153) Haldeman Creek MSTU (164) 18,300 18,300 na Hawksridge Pumping System (154) 1,272 33,000 28,000 21,400 21,400 (35.2%) Immokalee Beautification MSTU (156) { 227,435 732,000 744,500 1,162,600 1,162,600 58.8% (162) Lely Golf Estates Beauti MSTU (152) 181,521 363,400 266,800 457,500 457,500 25.9% Naples Park Drainage (139) 9,723 11,000 13,200 27,900 27,900 153.6% Naples Production Park Maintenance 7,075 12,300 12,300 31,100 31,100 152.8% (141) Pine Ridge Industrial Park Maint (140) 35,776 41,400 38,300 63,600 63,600 53.6% Pine Ridge Industrial Park MSTU (132) I 1,100 1,472,300 1,200 1,520,200 1,520,200 3.3% (142) Radio Road Beautification MSTU (150) / 98,914 1,041,700 473,600 1,510,200 1,510,200 45.0% (158) Rock Road MSTU (165) 28,500 28,500 na Sabal Palm Road Extension MSTU (151) 500 500 8,700 218,500 218,500 43,600.0% Vanderbilt Beach MSTU (143) 128,922 2,719,000 149,500 3,962,100 3,962,100 45.7% Victoria Park Drainage (134) 5,033 26,200 25,300 28,500 28,500 8.8% Total Net Budget 1,521,797 9,932,200 4,229,200 17,461,800 17,461,800 75.8% Total Transfers and Reserves 276,121 1,460,900 274,800 3,189,100 3,189,100 118.3% Total Budget 1,797,918 11,393,100 4,504,000 20,650,900 20,650,900 81.3% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 26 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 3,448,857 4,456,200 4,293,500 5,240,100 5,240,100 17.6% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 707 500 na intergovernmental Revenues 195,706 na Charges For Services 200 na Miscellaneous Revenues 96,309 17,300 195,700 195.700 na InteresUMisc 399,121 57,300 344,700 215,300 215,300 275.7% Other Financing Sources na Loan Proceeds 5,981,100 na Trans frm Property Appraiser 4,635 3,800 na Trans frm Tax Collector 37,377 29,700 na Trans fm 101 Transp Op Fd 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 0% Carry Forward 7,065,400 9,025,500 15,232,100 15,232,100 115.6% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (225,800) (272,300) (272,300) 20.6% Total Funding 4,222,912 11,393,100 19,736,100 20,650,900 20,650,900 81.3% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Pine Ridge Industrial Park MSTU (132) I 0,00 na (142) Forest Lakes Roadway & Drainage 0.00 na (155)/ (159) Total FTE na Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 27 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Pine Ridge Industrial Park MSTU (132) I (142) Mission Statement The Pine Ridge Industrial Park Municipal Service Taxing and Benefit Unit was created and established for the purpose of providing design, easement acquisition and construction for roadway, water, sewer and drainage Improvements within the Unit FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 1,520,200 1,520,200 62,000 62,000 1,582,200 1,582,200 1,582,200 1,582,200 Program Summary Department Administration !Overhead Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Indirect Cost Reimburs 1,100 1,200 1,200 200 200 (83.3%) Capital Outlay 1,471,100 1,520,000 1,520,000 3.3% Net Operating Budget 1,100 1,472,300 1,200 1,520,200 1,520,200 3.3% Do Not Use This Obj Code In Govmax n. Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 n. Reserves For Contingencies 29,100 62,000 62,000 113.1% Total Budget 22,500 1,501,400 1,200 1,582,200 1,582,200 5.4% Total HE n. FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes n. InterestlMisc 66,111 5,000 21,400 5,000 5,000 0% Other Financing Sources n. Carry Forward 1,496,700 1,557,300 1,577,500 1,577,500 5.4% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (300) (300) (300) 0% Total Funding 66,111 1,501,400 1,578,700 1,582,200 1,582,200 5.4% Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast expenses include department administration/overhead in the amount of $1.200. Current FY 07/08 - Capital outlay includes $1,520,000 to purchase right-of-way necessary for construction of a roadway between J & C Boulevard and Trade Center Way. A small contingency reserve totaling $62,000 is budgeted. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 28 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Victoria Park Drainage (134) Mission Statement Operation and maintenance of pumping station for storm water removal from Victoria Park Unit #1. Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 2,700 2,700 2,400 2,400 24,000 24,000 3,200 3,200 32,300 32,300 32,300 32,300 Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Operation and maintenance Operation and maintenance of 12" electric and 20" gas pumps for stormwater removal. Capital purchase of new pump. Reserves Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 4,033 3,400 2,500 3,400 3,400 0% Indirect Cast Reimburs 1,000 1,300 1,300 1,100 1,100 (15.4%) Capital Outlay 21,500 21,500 24,000 24,000 11.6% Net Operating Budget 5,033 26,200 25,300 28,500 28,500 8.8% Trans to Property Appraiser 127 200 200 200 200 0% Trans to Tax Collector 430 400 500 400 400 0% Reserves For Capital 900 3,200 3,200 255.6% Total Budget 5,590 27,700 26,000 32,300 32,300 16.6% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 14,328 16,400 15,800 17,800 17,800 8.5% InterestlMisc 1,000 200 4,000 200 200 0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 21 "a Trans frm Tax Collector 215 "a Carry Forward 11,900 21,400 15,200 15,200 27.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (800) (900) (900) 12.5% Total Funding 15,564 27,700 41,200 32,300 32,300 16.6% Forecast FY 06/07 - Capital expenditures include $21,500 for storm water pump replacement. Current FY 07/08 - Capital Outlay includes $24.000 for storm water pump replacement if necessary plus any related electrical panel change out. Revenue FY 07/08 - Based upon the proposed budget. the 0.4330 millage rate will generate sufficient tax revenue to offset programmed expenses. The millage rate is an increase of 0.0002 mills (0.02 per $100,000 of taxable value) and will generate tax revenue totaling $17,800 based upon a tentative 8.49% increase in taxable value (based upon June 1 st taxable value numbers). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 29 30 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Naples Park FPL MSTD (135) Mission Statement This taxing district was created to fund the cost of burying an overhead electrical transmission line within the boundaries of the MSTD. Collier County advanced the funds, which will be reimbursed through a tax levy in FY 05. Upon repayment of the funds owed the County, this fund will be closed. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current EXpanded Proposed Change Trans to Property Appraiser 577 "" Trans to 313 Gas Tax Cap Fd 1,500 1,100 (100.0%) Total Budget 577 1,500 1,100 (100.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes "" Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 8 "" Interest/Mise 47 "" Trans frm Property Appraiser 97 "" Carry Forward 1,500 1,100 (100.0%) Total Funding 152 1,500 1,100 (100.0%) Forecast FY 06/07 - Budget accounts for project close out and related transfer of funds to Gas Tax Fund (313). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 31 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Golden Gate Beautification MSTU (136) I (153) Mission Statement The Golden Gate MSTU is created for the purpose of providing curbing, watering facilities, plantings and maintenance of the median strips and right-of-way edges of roadways within the MSTU; providing traffic calming improvements, street lighting, and sidewalks within the MSTU; and beautification and maintenance of other public areas within the MSTU as determined by the Advisory Committee. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 114,900 114,900 195,000 195,000 947,500 947,500 55,400 55,400 1,312,800 1,312,800 1,312,800 1,312,800 Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs FY 2008 Total FTE Median maintenance services Median Improvements Reserve for future improvements Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 107,519 273,300 228,000 264,500 264,500 (3.2%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 3,400 4,700 4,700 4,900 4,900 4.3% Capital Outlay 39,054 700,000 500,000 947,500 947,500 35.4% Net Operating Budget 149,974 978,000 732,700 1,216,900 1,216,900 24.4"10 Trans to Property Appraiser 3,255 4,600 3,500 4,000 4,000 (13.0%) Trans to Tax Collector 8,321 12,200 10,700 14,000 14,000 14.8% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 21,400 21,400 22,500 22,500 5,1% Reserves For Contingencies 108,200 55,400 55,400 (48.8%) Total Budget 182,950 1,124,400 768,300 1,312,800 1,312,800 16.8% FY2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 404,015 543,800 523,200 623,300 623,300 14.6% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 40 ,a Charges For Services 120 ,a Miscellaneous Revenues 7,173 'a InteresVMisc 41,265 6,000 11,000 6,000 6,000 0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 544 ,a Trans frm Tax Collector 4,161 ,a Carry Forward 602,100 949,100 715,000 715,000 18.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (27,500) (31.500) (31,500) 14.5% Total Funding 457,319 1,124,400 1,483,300 1,312,800 1,312,800 16.8% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 32 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Forecast FY 05/06 - Forecast capital outlay includes $500,000 for median landscape improvements. Regular median landscape maintenance totals $170,500. Year ending September 30,2006 actual carryforward revenue (used in the FY 07 forecast) totals $949,100 - a significant increase over the 07 budgeted carryforward figure. This positive variance is typically associated with the timing and progress of planned district improvements. Current FY 07108 - Programmed expenses include design services for Hunter and Coronado Blvd's ($55,000); $200,000 for median maintenance services. Capital outlay includes $947,500 for median improvements and other capital initiatives. There is $55,400 in contingency reseNes. Revenue FY 07/08 - Property tax revenues are based upon levying 0.5000 mills, which is the maximum allowed under the existing ordinance. Property tax revenue budgeted at $623,300 is based upon a 14.6% increase in taxable value (based upon June 1, 2007 tentative taxable value numbers). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 33 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Naples Park Drainage (139) Mission Statement Provide annual maintenance services to Naples Park Drainage MSTU. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 1,300 1,300 27,000 27,000 2,000 2,000 30,300 30,300 30,300 30,300 Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs FY 2008 Total FTE Maintenance Maintain and make potential improvements to secondary drainage systems within the district Reserves Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 9,123 10,000 12,200 27,000 27,000 170.0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 600 1,000 1,000 900 900 (10.0%) Net Operating Budget 9,723 11,000 13,200 27,900 27,900 153.6% Trans to Property Appraiser 77 100 100 100 100 0% Trans to Tax Collector 197 300 300 300 300 0% Reserves For Contingencies 14,200 2,000 2,000 (85.9%) Total Budget 9,998 25,600 13,600 30,300 30,300 18.4% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 9,611 11,600 11,100 12,200 12,200 5.2% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 3 "a Miscellaneous Revenues 4,069 "a InterestlMisc 872 3,500 "a Trans frm Property Appraiser 13 "a Trans frm Tax Collector 98 "a Carry Forward 14,600 17,700 18,700 18,700 28.1% Negative SOlo Revenue Reserve (600) (600) (600) 0% Total Funding 14,667 25,600 32,300 30,300 30,300 18.4% Current FY 07/08 - Operating expenses (contractual services) provide for $27,000 in maintenance expense. A tax levy totaling $12,200 is budgeted for FY 08. This levy is based upon a rate of 0.0079 or 79 cents per $100,000 of taxable value. The tax rate in FY 07 was 0.0077 mills. Taxable value within the district based upon the Appraiser's tentative June 1,2007 numbers increased 3.5%. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 34 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Pine Ridge Industrial Park Maint (140) Mission Statement Provide for proper maintenance of extensive drainage system improvements constructed under MSTU capital improvement project. A private contractor is currently performing this work. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Maintenance Maintenance of drainage system in Industrial Park performed by a private contractor. Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 2,200 2,200 62,500 62,500 3,000 3,000 67,700 67,700 67,700 67,700 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 34,976 40,300 37,200 62,700 62,700 55.6% Indirect Cost Reimburs 800 1,100 1,100 900 900 (18.2%) Net Operating Budget 35,776 41,400 38,300 63,600 63,600 53.6% Trans to Property Appraiser 409 500 4DO 200 200 (60.0%) Trans to Tax Collector 969 800 700 900 900 12.5% Reserves For Contingencies 24,200 3,000 3,000 (87.6%) Total Budget 37,153 66,900 39,400 67,700 67,700 1.2% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 46,221 32,500 31,800 35,000 35,000 7.7% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 3 na InteresVMisc 2,235 1,700 1,000 1,000 na Trans frm Property Appraiser 69 200 na Trans frm Tax Collector 485 500 na Carry Forward 36.000 38,700 33,500 33,500 (6.9%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1.600) (1,800) (1,800) 12.5% Total Funding 49,012 66,900 72,900 67,700 67,700 1.2% Current FY 07/08 - Expenditures within this fund primarily address long term drainage system maintenance issues within the industrial park. This year, the millage rate is set at 0.0501 which is expected to generate $35,000 in property tax revenue. This represents a decrease of 0.0036 mills or $.36 per $100,000 of taxable value from the FY 07 tax levy. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 35 36 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Naples Production Park Maintenance (141) Mission Statement Provide for proper maintenance of roadway within the Naples Production Park MSTU boundaries. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Roadway maintenance Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 2,700 2,700 28,900 28,900 2,000 2,000 33,600 33,600 33,600 33,600 Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 6,275 11,500 11,500 30,400 30,400 164.3% Indirect Cost Reimburs 800 800 800 700 700 (12.5%) Net Operating Budget 7,075 12,300 12,300 31,100 31,100 152.8% Trans to Property Appraiser 87 200 200 100 100 (50.0%) Trans to Tax Collector 292 400 300 400 400 0% Reserves For Contingencies 12,300 2,000 2,000 (83.7%) Total Budget 7,454 25,200 12,800 33,600 33,600 33.3% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 13,896 14,200 13,700 15,000 15,000 5.6% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 37 na InteresUMisc 873 100 na Trans frm Property Appraiser 19 na Trans frm Tax Collector 146 200 na Carry Forward 11,700 18,200 19,400 19,400 65.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (700) (800) (800) 14_3% Total Funding 14,971 25,200 32,200 33,600 33,600 33.3% Current FY 07/08 - Total Fund expenses are budgeted at $33,600 including a $2,000 reserve. Property tax revenue totals $15,000 and is based upon a millage rate of 0.0270 or $2.70 per $1 00,000 of taxable value. The tax fate as proposed represents a reduction of $.14 per $100,000 of taxable value. Taxable value within the district increased 11.09%. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 37 Colher County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Vanderbilt Beach MSTU (143) Mission Statement The Vanderbilt Beach MSTU is created for the purpose of: (1) Providing curbing, watering facilities, plantings and maintenance of the median strips and right-of-way edges of roadways within the MSTUj (2) Providing traffic calming improvements, street lighting, and sidewalks within the MSTU; and (3) Beautification and maintenance of other pUblic areas with the MSTU as determined by the Advisory Committee. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Improvements GeneraULandscaping Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 191,000 191,000 3,827,900 3,827,900 182,200 182,200 4,201,100 4,201,100 4,201,100 4,201,100 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 124,822 137,300 129,300 185,900 185,900 35.4% Indirect Cost Reimburs 4,100 4,700 4,700 5,300 5,300 12.8% Capital Outlay 2,577,000 15,500 3,770,900 3,770,900 46.3% Net Operating Budget 128,922 2,719,000 149,500 3,962,100 3,962,100 45.7% Trans to Property Appraiser 6,535 9,200 7,000 7,500 7,500 (18.5%) Trans to Tax Collector 16,553 25,300 19,700 27,400 27,400 8.3% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 21,400 21,400 21,900 21,900 2.3% Reserves For Capital 141,900 182,200 182,200 28.4% Total Budget 173,411 2,916,800 197,600 4,201,100 4,201,100 44.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 815,320 1,013,800 976,100 1,094,000 1,094,000 7.9% Miscellaneous Revenues 11,410 na InteresllMisc 86,232 10,000 167,600 167,000 167,000 1,570.0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 1,093 1,100 na Trans frm Tax Collector 8,278 8,500 na Carry Forward 1,944,200 2,047,500 3,003,200 3,003,200 54.5% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (51,200) (63,100) (63,100) 23.2% Total Funding 922,333 2,916,800 3,200,800 4,201,100 4,201,100 44.0% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 38 . Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Forecast FY 06/07 - Expenditures can be characterized as routine median maintenance with focus on implementing a long-term improvement plan for the Vanderbilt MSTU boundaries. Current FY 07/08 - This expenditure plan contemplates burying power lines with a budgeted capital expense totaling $3,770,900. FPL has provided a complete estimate for the entire project which exceeds $6,000,000. A reserve for capital outlay is budgeted at $182,200. Revenues FY 07/08 - Ad valorem tax revenue is based on a .5000 tax levy, which is expected to produce $1,094,000 in tax revenue. This rate remains unchanged from FY 07. The tentative increase in taxable value as published by the Property Appraiser on June 1,2007 is 7.92%. FPL has received approval from the Public Service Commission (PSC) to provide 25% match grants for underground power line burial projects. The FPL funding for these projects will be assessed through monthly electric bills to all FPL customers throughout the State of Florida. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 39 Collter County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Radio Road Beautification MSTU (150) I (158) Mission Statement The MSTU was created for the purpose of providing curbing, watering facilities, plantings, and maintenance of the median areas for that portion of Radio Road lying between Airport-Pulling Road (CR 31) and Santa Barbara Boulevard. landscaping and irrigation improvements were completed in FY 01. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Improvements General/Maintenance Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 48,900 48,900 1,505,700 1,505,700 76,400 76,400 1,631,000 1,631,000 1,631,000 1,631,000 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 81,898 166,000 97,900 155,500 155,500 (6.3%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 3,000 3,700 3,700 3,600 3,600 (2.7%) Capital Outlay 14,016 872,000 372,000 1,351,100 1,351,100 54,9% Net Operating Budget 98,914 1,041,700 473,600 1,510,200 1,510,200 45.0% Trans to Property Appraiser 2,203 3,000 2,300 2,600 2,600 (13.3%) Trans to Tax Collector 5,465 8,800 6,900 19,300 19,300 119.3% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 21,400 21,400 22,500 22,500 5.1% Reserves For Contingencies 92,400 76,400 76,400 (17.3%) Total Budget 127,983 1,167,300 504,200 1,631,000 1,631,000 39.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 266,912 350,400 337,700 773,500 773,500 120.7% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 248 ca Miscellaneous Revenues 5,790 6,100 ca InteresVMisc 45,774 10,000 7,900 10,000 10,000 0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 369 400 ca Trans frm Tax Collector 2,733 2,200 co Carry Forward 824,900 1,036,600 886,700 886,700 7.5% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (18,000) (39,200) (39,200) 117.8% Total Funding 321,826 1,167,300 1,390,900 1,631,000 1,631,000 39.7% Forecast FY 06/07 ~ Certain maintenance expense budgeted in Fund (158) was expensed in Fund (112) for 07, which led to reduced operating costs. Current FY 07/08 - A contract for median landscape services along Devonshire Blvd. is budgeted at $60,000. The services of an arbonst is budgeted at $45.000. Remaining operating budget provides for routine landscape maintenance. Capital outlay includes $1,351,100 for curb construction, irrigation improvements and other median beautification improvements connected with Radio Road phase 1. Revenue FY 07/08 - Upon recommendation of the Advisory Committee, the tax rate has been increased to .5000 mils and is expected to produce revenue totaling $773,500. The tentative taxable value increase as published by the Property Appraiser on June 1, 2007 is 10.38%. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 40 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Sabal Palm Road Extension MSTU (151) Mission Statement The Sabal Palm Road Extension Municipal Service Taxing Unit was created and established for the purpose of providing a preliminary engineering study for the design, construction and financing of roadway improvements within the Unil Due to the State purchase of over 70% of the land within this district, efforts to obtain permits for roadway construction were suspended. Available funds are used for roadway maintenance, as necessary. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Capital Improvements Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 4,800 4,800 218,100 218,100 5,300 5,300 228,200 228,200 228,200 228,200 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 100 na Indirect Cost Reimburs 400 500 500 400 400 (20.0%) Capital Outlay 8,200 218,100 218,100 na Net Operating Budget 500 500 8,700 218,500 218,500 43,600.0% Trans to Property Appraiser 329 600 500 400 400 (33.3%) Trans to Tax Collector 1,598 1,400 1,600 1,700 1,700 21.4% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,300 2,300 (8.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 121,100 5,300 5,300 (95.6%) Total Budget 4,928 126,100 13,300 228,200 228,200 81.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 53,282 55,000 53,000 66,900 66.900 21.6% Interest/Mise 4,904 1,000 4,800 1,000 1,000 0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 55 na Trans frm Tax Collector 799 800 na Carry Forward 73,000 118,400 163,700 163,700 124.2% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (2,900) (3,400) (3,400) 17.2% Total Funding 59,041 126,100 177,000 228,200 228,200 81.0% Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast expenses reflect actual level of roadway maintenance required in FY 07. Current FY 07/08 - There is $218,100 budgeted for anticipated roadway maintenance. Revenue FY 07/08 - Ad valorem tax revenue is based on a levy of .9972 mills which will generate $66,900 in tax revenue. This rate reflects a decrease of 0.0003 mills from the FY 07 rate of 0.9975 or $0.03 per $100,000 of taxable value. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 41 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Lely Golf Estates Beauti MSTU (152) Mission Statement The MSTU was created for the purpose of beautifying and maintaining the median areas of boulevards and certain other public areas within the Lely Golf Estates Beautification Municipal Service Taxing Unit. An annual tax levy not to exceed 2.0 mills has been authorized for this purpose by Ordinance No. 91-104. The major objective is to refurbish and maintain the completed landscape and irrigation improvements. Program Summary AdministrationlOverhead Costs FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 52,500 52,500 437,700 437,700 22,800 22,800 513,000 513,000 513,000 513,000 Landscape maintenance and improvements Reserves Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 119,648 110,400 110,400 168,600 168,600 52.7% Indirect Cost Reimburs 5,900 6,400 6,400 7,400 7,400 15.6% Capital Outlay 55,973 246,600 150,000 281,500 281,500 14.2% Net Operating Budget 181,521 363,400 266,800 457,500 457,500 25.9% Trans to Property Appraiser 1,860 2,600 2,000 2,200 2,200 (15.4%) Trans to Tax Collector 5,564 7,400 6,700 8,000 8,000 8.1% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 21,400 21,400 22,500 22,500 5.1% Reserves For Contingencies 55,200 22,800 22,800 (58.7%) Total Budget 210,344 450,000 296,900 513,000 513,000 14.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 228,211 297,800 286,100 321,200 321,200 7.9% Intergovernmental Revenues "a Charges For Services 80 "a Miscellaneous Revenues 20,007 4,900 "a interestlMisc 10,445 10,300 "a Trans frm Property Appraiser 311 oa Trans frm Tax Collector 2,782 2,800 "a Carry Forward 167,100 200,700 207,900 207,900 24.4% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (14,900) (16,100) (16,100) 8.1% Total Funding 261,837 450,000 504,800 513,000 513,000 14.0% Forecast FY 06/07 - Operating expenses are projected at budget. Forecast capital expenses are below budget due to the timing and progress of improvements within the district. Current FY 07/08 - The landscape services contract for FY 08 totals $71,000 which represents a $15,200 increase from FY 07. The increase reflects normal inflationary adjustments plus additional landscape incidentals within the contract. An additional landscape maintenance allocation has been budgeted totaling $25,000. Capita! expenses include $281,500 for the Lely phase II and Augusta Blvd. projects. Revenue FY 07/08 - The tax levy is currently at 2.0000 mills, which is the maximum authorized in the enabling ordinance, and is expected to produce $321,200 in tax revenue based upon a tentative taxable value increase (June 1,2007 value) of 7.85%. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation DIvision 42 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Hawksridge Pumping System (154) Mission Statement Efficient and reliable operation of pumping station. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Operation and maintenance Operation and maintenance of electrical pumps for storm water removal. Capital purchase Capital purchase of machinery and equipment. Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 2,200 2.200 1,000 1,000 18,600 18,600 2,000 2,000 23,800 23,800 23,800 23,800 Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 372 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 900 1,000 1,000 800 800 (20.0%) Capital Outlay 30,000 25,000 18,600 18,600 (38.0%) Net Operating Budget 1,272 33,000 28,000 21,400 21,400 (35.2%) Trans to Property Appraiser 144 100 100 100 100 0% Trans to Tax Collector 246 200 300 300 300 50.0% ReseNes For Contingencies 3,300 2,000 2,000 (39.4%) Reserves For Capital 3,000 (100.0%) Total Budget 1,661 39,600 28,400 23,800 23,800 (39.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 8,514 8,400 8,100 8,400 8,400 0% InterestlMisc 1,454 100 1,300 100 100 0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 24 ,. Trans frm Tax Collector 123 200 ,. Carry Forward 31,500 34,500 15,700 15,700 (50.2%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (400) (400) (400) 0% Total Funding 10,115 39,600 44,100 23,800 23,800 (39.9%) Current FY 07/08 - Capital outlay includes funds for electrical pump replacement ~ if necessary. Revenue FY 07/08 - Property tax revenue is budgeted at $8,400 and is based upon a tax rate of 0.1251 or $12.51 per $100.000 of taxable value. This is a decrease of 0.0012 mills ($.12 per $100,000 of taxable value) from the 0.1263 mills levied in FY 07. A .95% increase in taxable value is projected. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 43 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Forest Lakes Roadway & Drainage (155) I (159) Mission Statement Provide for roadway and drainage improvements along with annual maintenance with the Forest Lakes Roadway and Drainage MSTU. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 62,700 62,700 292,200 292,200 4,542,100 4,542,100 2,133,900 2,133,900 7,030,900 7,030,900 7,030,900 7,030,900 Administration/Overhead Costs Roadway and Drainage Maintenance Capital Improvements for Roadway and Drainage Reserves Current level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 13,721 107,100 136,500 298,500 298,500 178.7% Indirect Cost Reimburs 2,800 3,300 3,300 4,100 4,100 24.2% Capital Outlay 437,855 755,800 900,000 4,542,100 4,542,100 501.0% Net Operating Budget 454,376 866,200 1,039,800 4,844,700 4,844,700 459.3% Trans to Property Appraiser 4,018 7,400 5,600 6,300 6,300 (14.9%) Trans to Tax Collector 15,122 21,200 18,200 23,500 23,500 10.8% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 21,400 21,400 22,500 22,500 5.1% ReseNes For Contingenoes 128,600 1,685,400 1,685,400 1,210.6% ReseNes For Debt Service 448,500 448,500 na Total Budget 494,916 1,044,800 1,085,000 7,030,900 7,030,900 572.9% Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 655,859 849,800 819,900 941,800 941,800 10.8% InleresUMisc 29,136 5,000 13,900 5,000 5,000 0% Loan Proceeds 5,981,100 na Trans frm Property Appraiser 672 700 na Trans frm Tax Collector 7,562 7,500 na Carry Forward 232,800 393,400 6,131,500 6,131,500 2,533.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (42,800) (47,400) (47,400) 10.7% Total Funding 693,229 1,044,800 7,216,500 7,030,900 7,030,900 572.9% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 44 r Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Forecast FY 06/07 - The highlight for fiscal 07 involves issuance of bonds to pay for comprehensive district roadway and drainage improvements. Limited General Obligation Bonds approved by District Referendum in November 2006 totaling up to $6,200,000 are expected to be sold once a CAFR is available. The project will span three fiscal years with the majority of work scheduled during FY 07/08 and FY 08/09. Pursuant to direction of the advisory committee, the cost of issuance plus bond underwriting and any bond insurance expense (total estimated issuance expense = $218,900) will be paid from bond proceeds. Current budgeted funds will be utilized to start certain improvements prior to receiving bond proceeds. These "out of pocket" capital expenses are eligible for reimbursement from bond funds. Current FY 07/08 - This expense program includes $3,542,100 in capital outlay for planned and financed roadway and drainage improvements. An additional $1,000,000 has ben set aside for planned lighting improvements within the district. Operating expense includes funds for contractual engineering and project oversight as well as preparation of a district lighting enhancement program. Revenue FY 06/07 - The tax rate is set at 4.0000 mills consistent with last year's rate and is expected to generate revenue totaling $941,800. Substantial carryforward revenue is budgeted for FY 08 recognizing unexpended bond proceeds. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 45 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Immokalee Beautification MSTU (156) I (162) Mission Statement The MSTU was created for the purpose of beautifying and maintaining the median areas of SR 29 and CR 846, and certain other pUblic areas within the Immokalee Beautification Municipal Service Taxing Unit. The major objective is to refurbish and maintain the completed improvements, and complete future improvements on SR 29 in accordance with the Master Plan established for this Beautification District and FDOT approvals. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Improvements GenerallLandscape Maintenance Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 40,400 40,400 1,156,300 1,156,300 56,500 56,500 1,253,200 1,253,200 1,253,200 1,253,200 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 29,540 153,500 166,000 74,100 74,100 (51.7%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 1,900 3,300 3,300 2,200 2,200 (33.3%) Capital Outlay 195,996 575,200 575,200 1,086,300 1,086,300 88.9% Net Operating Budget 227,435 732,000 744,500 1,162,600 1,162,600 58.8% Trans to Property Appraiser 2,809 3,000 2,300 2,500 2,500 (16.7%) Trans to Tax Collector 5,841 8,600 7,100 9,100 9,100 5.8% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 21,400 21,400 22,500 22,500 5.1% Reserves For Contingencies 204,700 56,500 56,500 (72.4%) Total Budget 257,485 969,700 775,300 1,253,200 1,253,200 29.2% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 268,546 344,100 331,100 362,700 362,700 5.4% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 357 400 n. Intergovernmental Revenues 195,706 n. Miscellaneous Revenues 195,700 195,700 n. Interest/Mise 45,277 10,000 34,800 10,000 10,000 0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 470 500 n. Trans frm Tax Collector 2,921 n. Carry Forward 633,300 1,111,900 703,400 703,400 11.1% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (17,700) (18,600) (18,600) 5.1% Total Funding 513,277 969,700 1,478,700 1,253,200 1,253,200 29.2% Forecast FY 06/07 - Design work on the Immokalee Phase IV improvement plan was initiated in FY 05 and continued through FY 07. Capital expense is forecast at $575,200 and includes sidewalk construction and street light improvements. Engineering expense totaled $100,000 while routine lighting maintenance totaled $47,000. Year ending FY 06 fund balance for use in FY 07 totaled $1,111,900. Current FY 07/08 - The FY 08 program anticipates continued improvements within the district ($1,086,300) with accompanying soft costs for engineering at ($40,000). Reserves are budgeted at $56,500. Revenue FY 07/08 - Property tax revenue totaling $362,700 is based on a tax rate of 1.0000 mills. Taxable value within the district is projected to increase 5.41 %. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 46 . Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Mission Statement The MSTU was created for the purpose of providing curbing, watering facilities, plantings and maintenance of the median strips of roadways within the MSTU; providing traffic calming improvements, street lighting, and sidewalks within the MSTU; and providing beautification and maintenance of other public areas within the MSTU as determined by the Advisory Committee. Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Bayshore Beautification MSTU (160) I (163) Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 269,200 269,200 2,331,600 2,331,600 52,200 52,200 2,653,000 2,653,000 2,653,000 2,653,000 Administrative Costs Improvements General/Maintenance Reserves Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 214,675 252,000 287,000 342.800 342,800 36.0% Indirect Cost Reimburs 5,500 8,300 8,300 14,900 14,900 79.5% Capital Outlay 1,374,900 400,000 1.992.100 1,992.100 44.9% Net Operating Budget 220,175 1,635,200 695,300 2,349,800 2,349,800 43.7% Trans to Property Appraiser 5,247 7,500 5,700 6.800 6,800 (9.3%) Trans to Tax Collector 14,147 23,000 18,~00 22,700 22,700 (1.3%) Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 21,400 21,400 21,400 21,500 21,500 0.5% Trans to Cap Proj 200,000 200,000 na Reserves For Contingencies 219,000 52,200 52,200 (76.2%) Total Budget 260,969 1,906,100 740,900 2,653,000 2,653,000 39.2% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 664.140 918,400 885,900 908,200 908,200 (1.1%) Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 10 100 na Miscellaneous Revenues 47,861 6,300 na Interest/Misc 63,493 10,000 62,400 10,000 10,000 0% Trans frm Property Appraiser 878 900 na Trans frm Tax Collector 7,074 7,000 na Trans fm 101 Transp Op Fd 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 0% Carry Forward 984,100 1.479,000 1,740,700 1,740,700 76.9% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (46,400) (45,900) (45,900) (1.1%) Total Funding 823,456 1,906,100 2,481,600 2,653,000 2,653,000 39.2% Current FY 07108 - Capital outlay reflects continued implementation of the Bayshore Phase II project ($1,992,100). Associated engineering services are budgeted at $125,000. Landscape maintenance expense is budgeted at $209,500. Final payment on the FY 2000 loan from Fund (341) in the amount of $200,000 is budgeted as a transfer. The original County loan ($570,000) was applied toward Bayshore Drive landscaping improvements. Revenue FY 07/08 - This budget is based upon a tax rate of 1.5000 mills which is expected to generate $908,200. The maximum "!uthorized within the enabling ordinance is 3.000 mills. The advisory committee recommended reducing the rate from 1.7500 to i.5000. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 47 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Haldeman Creek MSTU (164) Mission Statement Provide for maintenance Dredging and maintenance of navigational channel markers within the defined boundary. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 4,200 4,200 18,300 18,300 2,000 2,000 24,500 24,500 24,500 24,500 Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Improvements General Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget Program Budgetary Cost Summary Operating Expense FY 2006 Actual FY2007 Adopted FY 2007 Forecast FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Current Expanded Proposed Change 18,300 18,300 na 18,300 18,300 n. 100 100 na 100 100 na 4,000 4,000 na 2,000 2,000 na 24,500 24,500 nil % FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Current Expanded Proposed Change 25,000 25,000 na (500) (500) n. 24,500 24,500 na Net Operating Budget Trans to Property Appraiser Trans to Tax Collector Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd Reserves For Contingencies Total Budget Program Funding Sources Ad Valorem Taxes Negative 5% Revenue Reserve FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted FY 2007 Forecast Total Funding Current FY 07/08 - The Haldeman Creek Maintenance Dredging MSTU was created pursuant to Ordinance 2006-60. The initial tax rate of .10 mills is expected to generate $25,000 in property tax revenue. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 48 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Improvement Districts Rock Road MSTU (165) Mission Statement Provide for and maintain roadway improvements to include drainage, sidewalks and street lighting. Program Summary Administration/Overhead Costs Improvements General Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 2,800 2,800 28,500 28,500 2,000 2,000 33,300 33,300 33,300 33,300 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget Program Budgetary Cost Summaiy Operating Expense FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted FY 2007 Forecast FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Current Expanded Proposed Change 28,500 28,500 na 28,500 28,500 na 200' 200 na 300 300 na 2,300 2.300 na 2,000 2,000 na 33,300 33,300 nll% FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Current Expanded Proposed Change 35,100 35,100 na (1.800) (1,800) na 33,300 33,300 na Net Operating Budget Trans to Property Appraiser Trans to Tax Collector Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd Reserves For Contingencies Total Budget Program Funding Sources Ad Valorem Taxes Negative 5% Revenue Reserve FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Adopted FY 2007 Forecast Total Funding Current FY 07/08 ~ The Rock Road Improvement MSTU was created pursuant to Ordinance 2006-56. The Districts initial tax rate as recommended by the Advisory Committee is 1.5 mills which is expected to generate property tax revenue totaling $35,100. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 49 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Traffic Operations Department FY2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,324,780 2,623,100 2,321,400 2,378,200 53,400 2,431,600 (7.3%) Operating Expense 2,245,149 2,639,300 2,440,200 2,910,200 269,500 3,179,700 205% Indirect Cost Reimburs 2,600 2,800 2,800 1,900 1,900 (32.1%) Capital Outlay 109,524 305,500 230,600 159,000 310,000 469,000 53.5% Net Operating Budget 4,682,053 5,570,700 4,995,000 5,449,300 632,900 6,082,200 9.2% Trans to Property Appraiser 4,751 4,800 3,500 4,800 4,800 0% Trans to Tax Collector 8,137 16,400 12,600 17,700 17,700 7.9% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 150,000 150,000 (100.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 1,100 73,900 73,900 6,618.2% Total Budget 4,694,942 5,743,000 5.161,100 5,545,700 632,900 6,178,600 7.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Street lighting Districts Fund (760) 571,323 734,900 512,300 786,700 786,700 7.0% Traffic Operations Department (101) 4,110,730 4,835,800 4,482,700 4,662,600 632,900 5,295,500 9.5% Total Net Budget 4,682,053 5,570,700 4,995,000 5,449,300 632,900 6,082,200 9,2% Total Transfers and Reserves 12,888 172,300 166,100 96,400 96,400 (44.1%) Total Budget 4,694,942 5,743,000 5,161,100 5,545,700 632,900 6,178,600 7.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 405,890 656,200 628,600 706,600 706,600 7.7% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 427 300 oa Intergovernmental Revenues 191,743 97,500 97,500 208,800 208,800 114.2% Charges For Services 131,442 na Miscellaneous Revenues 247,011 29,400 237,600 10,200 10,200 (65.3%) InterestlMisc 17,919 1,000 10,600 1,000 1,000 0% Other Financing Sources 1,995 na Trans frm Property Appraiser 790 800 na Trans frm Tax Collector 4,069 5,000 na Net Cost Road and Bridge 3,540,533 4,708,900 4,147,600 4,443,600 632,900 5,076,500 7.8% Transfm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 150,000 na Carry Forward 282,800 243,900 210,800 210,800 (25.5%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (32,800) (35,300) (35,300) 7.6% Total Funding 4,691,820 5,743,000 5,371,900 5,545,700 632,900 6,178,600 7.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Traffic Operations Department (1 01) 36.00 36.00 32.00 32.00 1.00 33.00 (8.3%) Total FTE 36.00 36.00 32.00 32.00 1.00 33.00 (8.3%) Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation DiVIsion 50 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Traffic Operations Department Traffic Operations Department (101) Mission Statement To repair and maintain traffic signals, traffic signs, pavement markings, and highway lighting systems; to provide 24-hour emergency response to traffic signal systems as well as crucial signing repairs and pavement marking installations; to provide customer service to the public; to manage projected increases In traffic control devices resulting from growth, roadway construction and roadway acceptance; to operate and maintain the county-wide computerized traffic signal system and traffic management center; to coordinate traffic operations functions with the incorporated municipalities within Collier County; to protect Collier County's investment in fiber optics and signal and roadway lighting infrastructure In response to utility locate requests; to provide review of signal and roadway lighting plans; to perlorm speed and traffic signal studies. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTe Budget Revenues Net Cost Sectional Administration/Overhead 4.00 633,417 5,300 628,117 Funding for section administration and fixed section overhead. Infrastructure Protection 1.00 62,308 62,308 FS Chapter 556 requires Collier County to mark signal, streetlight, and fiber ootic cable on County and State roadwavs within 48 hours of reouests. Traffic Sign Maintenance 8.00 714,048 4,900 709,148 Inventory, replace as needed, and maintain all traffic signs and pavement markinos throuahout the Countv. Traffic Signal Maintenance 7.00 894,345 208,800 685,545 Maintain and repair aU traffic Signals and flashing beacons within the County. Computerized Signal System Operation 3.00 327,862 327,862 Operate and maintain the computerized Traffic Signal System. Coordinate construction oroiects with svstem reauirements. Retime traffic sianals, Streetlight Maintenance 4.00 1,596,232 1,596,232 Maintain, repair and replace, as needed, all arterial roadway lighting within the County Traffic Engineering/Studies 5.00 434,388 434,388 Perfonn safety, operational, and signal studies. Prepare signing and pavement marking work orders. Review development permits and County roadway project construction plans, Collect data and compile Annual Traffic Crash Reoort and the Quarterlv Traffic County Reoort Current Level of SelVice Budget 32.00 4,662,600 219,000 4,443,600 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 2 VMS Trailers 60,000 60,000 Provide additional message boards with trailers Ethernet Equipment for A TMS System 250,000 250,000 Buy Ethernet switches in order to change A TMS computer system from SONET to Ethernet Engineering Technician 1.00 57,900 57,900 Engineering Technician position with the Traffic Signal Crew to service high technology electronic components of ATMS. Le., video detection camera. video monitors. radar & wireless communications. GPS Mapping and Analysis 15,000 15,000 GPS mapping & Analysis Painting of Mast Arms 250,000 250,000 Re-painting Traffic Signal Mast Arm structures Expanded Services Budget 1.00 632,900 632,900 Total Proposed Budget 33.00 5,295,500 219,000 5,076,500 Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 51 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Traffic Operations Department Traffic Operations Department (101) Program Performance Measures % of emercency repair calls responded to within 1 hour within receiving call % of Intersections whose Queue fully clears with each cycle % of Street light luminaries in service, as measured by monthly lighting field inspection Stop & end of road sign down calls responded within 2 hours FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Actual Budget Forecast Budget 95 95 98 95 95 95 96 95 95 95 99 95 95 99 95 FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,324,780 2,623,100 2,321,400 2,378,200 53,400 2,431,600 (7.3%) Operating Expense 1,676,426 1,907,200 1,930,700 2,125,400 269,500 2,394,900 25.6% Capital Outlay 109,524 305,500 230,600 159,000 310,000 469,000 53.5% Net Operating Budget 4,110,730 4,835,800 4,482,700 4,662,600 632,900 5,295,500 9.5% Total Budget 4,110,730 4,835,800 4,482,700 4,662,600 632,900 5,295,500 9.5% Total FTE 36.00 36.00 32.00 32.00 1.00 33.00 (8.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 191,743 97,500 97,500 208,800 208,800 114.2% Charges Far Services 131,442 na Miscellaneous Revenues 247,011 29,400 237,600 10,200 10,200 (65.3%) Net Cost Road and Bridge 3,540,533 4,708,900 4,147,600 4,443,600 632,900 5,076,500 7.8% Total Funding 4,110,730 4,835,800 4,482,700 4,662,600 632,900 5,295,500 9.5% Fiscal Year 200B Transportation Division 52 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Traffic Operations Department Forecast FY 06/07 - Overall departmental expenses are down $353,100. Personal Service costs are forecast below budget by $301,700 due primarily to the transfer of four (4) FTE's to the Road and Bridge Department. This was part of a mid-year re-organization which moved the underground locating function under Road and Bridge. Current FY 07/08 - Personal Service expenses reflect a total of thirty~two (32) FTE's. Operating expenses are budgeted to increase $218,200. Noteworthy increase include; electricity ($71,300) which reflects additional street lights within the inventory, street lighting maintenance ($96.000) and fuel ($11,000). Capital outlay includes the following replacement vehicles recommended by Fleet; Cargo Van - $22.000 3/4 ton extended cab pickup - $23,000 Machinery and tools ($60,000) and signal system modems for additional system intersections ($40,000) is programmed. Replacement data processing equipment totaling $14,000 is also budgeted. FOOT reimbursement is projected to increase by $111,300 and is based upon eligible work performed along State R-O-W. Expanded FY 07/08 - Includes $250,000 to purchase ethemet switches in order to change A TMS computer system from SONNET to Ethernet due to the aging SONNET system provided by the FOOT at the beginning of Phase I of the A TMS implementation. This change out is requested to enhance communication capability with intersection signalization equipment plus eliminate the aging SONNET system. In addition. $60,000 is requested to purchase new message boards with trailers in order to communicate transportation and traffic related alerts to the public on demand. In the area of GPS Mapping and Analysis, $15,000 is requested to obtain a database of all department assets in the field to be integrated in Collier County's GIS System. Repainting traffic signal mastarm structures at a cost of $250,000 is requested to maintain the County's infrastructure in a serviceable condition. One (1) Engineering Technician position to work with the Traffic Signal Crew at a cost of $57,800 is requested to service high technology electronic components of ATMS, i.e., video detection cameras, video monitors, radar & wireless communications. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 53 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Traffic Operations Department Street lighting Districts Fund (760) Mission Statement To provide streetlights to residential and commercial areas paid for through a taxing district established for that purpose. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 883,100 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Collier County Lighting District Consolidation of all street lighting districts except Marco Island and Pelican Bay Current Level of Service Budget 883,100 883,100 883,100 Total Proposed Budget 883,100 883,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 568,723 732,100 509,500 784,800 784,800 7.2% Indirect Cost Reimburs 2,600 2,800 2,800 1,900 1,900 (32.1%) Net Operating Budget 571,323 734,900 512,300 786,700 786,700 7.0% Trans to Property Appraiser 4,751 4,800 3,500 4,800 4,800 0% Trans to Tax Collector 8,137 16,400 12,600 17,700 17,700 7.9% Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 150,000 150,000 (100.0%) Reserves For Contingencies 1,100 73,900 73,900 6,618.2% Total Budget 584,212 907,200 678,400 883,100 883,100 (2.7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 405,890 656,200 628,600 706,600 706,600 7.7% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 427 300 ca InteresUMisc 17,919 1,000 10,600 1,000 1,000 0% Other Financing Sources 1,995 ca Trans frm Property Appraiser 790 800 ca Trans frm Tax Collector 4,069 5,000 ca Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 150,000 na Carry Forward 282,800 243,900 210,800 210,800 (25.5%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (32,800) (35,300) (35,300) 7.6% Total Funding 581,090 907,200 889,200 883,100 883,100 (2.7%) Forecast FY 06/07 - Due to the increased cost of electricity, Fund (760) received a one-time transfer from Fund (111) in FY 06 to offset this expense. Fund (760) will pay back the $150,000 loan in 07. Current FY 07/08 - FY 08 program accounts for the cost of electricity ($655,100) plus additional lighting poles requested by the Sheriffs Agency which will be erected in poorly lighted areas. A small reserve totaling $73,900 is budgeted. Revenue FY 07/08 - Ad valorem tax revenue is estimated to increase 7.6%. Resulting property tax revenue totals $706,600 based upon a rate of.1036 mills. This rate is consistent with the rate levied in FY 07. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 54 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 7,943.407 9,369,600 8,933,100 9,854,000 136,600 9,990,600 6.6% Operating Expense 8,181,268 4,737,500 4,841,500 5,142,300 676,400 5,818,700 22.8% Capital Outlay 2,638,445 11,750,500 13,727,600 9,750,200 444,000 10,194,200 (13.2%) Net Operating Budget 18,763,120 25,857,600 27,502,200 24,746,500 1,257,000 26,003,500 0.6% Total Budget 18,763,120 25,S57,600 27,502,200 24,746,500 1,257,000 26,003,500 0.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 200S FY200S FY200S Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Canal Debris Cleanup from Hurricane 1,862,976 na Wilma (001) Right-of-way Permit & Inspections (101) 519,922 576,800 506,200 550,200 74,000 624,200 8.2% Trans Maint -Aquatic Plant Control (101) 1,399,524 1,773,400 1,715,400 1,712,400 1,712,400 (3.4%) Trans Maint Operations Rd & Bridge 4,956,587 11,547,400 13,734,500 9,716,100 9,716,100 (15,9%) (111) Trans Maintenance FI Dept Of Trans 1,361,895 1,653,300 1,619,100 1,647,300 1,647,300 (0.4%) (101) Trans Maintenance Road & Bridge (101) 8,662,217 10,306,700 9,927,000 11,120,500 1,183,000 12,303,500 19.4% Total Net Budget 18,763,120 25,857,600 27,502,200 24,746,500 1,257,000 26,003,500 0.6% Total Transfers and Reserves na Total Budget 1S,763,120 25,857,600 27,502,200 24,746,500 1,257,000 26,003,500 0.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 604.806 600,500 511,000 590,200 590,200 (1.7%) Intergovernmental Revenues 2,759,191 1,619,100 1,619,100 1,651,500 1,651,500 2.0% Charges For Services 824 94,400 500 500 na Miscellaneous Revenues 191,684 42,100 37,100 34,600 34,600 (17.8%) InterestlMisc na Reimb From Other Depls 2,152 4,000 4,000 na Net Cost General Fund 426,569 na Net Cost Road and Bridge 9,821,308 12,048,500 11,506,100 12,749,600 1,257,000 14,006,600 16,3% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 4,956,587 11.547,400 13,734,500 9,716,100 9,716,100 (15.9%) Total Funding 18,763,120 25,857,600 27,502,200 24,746,500 1,257,000 26,003,500 0.6% FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans Maintenance Road & Bridge (101) 123.00 124.00 128.00 130.00 3.00 133.00 7.3% Trans Maintenance FI Dept Of Trans 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 0% (101) Trans Maint -Aquatic Plant Control (101) 15.00 15.00 15.00 16.00 16.00 6.7% Right-of-way Permit & Inspections (101) 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 0% Total FTE 154.00 155.00 159.00 162.00 3.00 165.00 6.5% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 55 56 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Trans Maintenance Road & Bridge (101) Mission Statement The Road and Bridge Department will maintain a safe County road system for the citizens and visitors of Collier County; provide emergency response to aU roadway/roadside hazards 24 hours per day; provide continued road service and customer service that exceeds expectations. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Administration 3.00 616,241 500 615,741 Departmental management, planning, supervision, and recording. Includes all overhead fixed costs for the department such as. insurance, fleet maintenance. etc Administrative/Operational Support 9.00 946,301 946,301 Supervision, inspection, and training in all safety related issues with personnel, equipment and projects. Operational activities measurements, developmental measurements, contracts/bid preparation, vendor/ project inspections, support with administrative reports preparation for departmental activities and measurements, assists with personnel issues as pertains to reports, complaints, employee services issues, data entry, filing, phones, mobile radio contact. Field/Operational Supervision 5.00 499,900 499,900 Supervision of field personnel/multiple crews, plans daily and forecasted activities for crews, participates in fiscal measurements as pertains to project preparation, maintenance scheduling, on-sight superviSion as necessary for soecific iobs and emeraencv situations. Field 113.00 9,048,058 74,600 8,973,458 Maintenance of aU county rights-.-of-way, roads/road-sides as pertain to the following: Mow (in cycle) all rural and urban areas, heavy vegetation control. patching and overlay of roads, etc. Projects such as turn lane or driveway installation, digging/cleaning drainage swales/culverts, repair and upgrade of drainage systems. specially build items for outdated drainage systems, inspect and repair all County.maintained bridges. build/repair sidewalks, bike paths, litter abatement of roads, roadsides, County properties. sod replacement, accident c1ean-uo/traffic control. Survey Crew 10,000 10,000 Perform surveys for roadway profiles and drainage on urban and rural highways/roads throughout the County. Give technical support to Road Maintenance and Storm-water by collection survey data, identifying easements and riaht-of-wavs Current Level of Service Budget 130.00 11,120,500 75,100 11,045,400 Program Enhancements FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 1.00 211,241 211,241 1.00 211,241 211,241 1.00 100,518 100,518 60,000 60,000 600,000 600,000 Equipment Operator Request approval for funding of one (1) additional Equipment Operator and one (1) additional Street Sweeoer Machine. Equipment Operator Request approval for funding of one (1) additional Equipment Operator and one (1) Street Sweeoincr Machine. Locate. Traffic Signal Technician Request for funding of one additionai Traffic Signal Technician and equipment to locate in excess of one hundred (100) miles of buried fiber optic and street liahtina cables owned bv the Countv. Locates to be oerformed Countvwide. Virtual Plan Room. Update Asbllts To create a division repository of as-built plans. Will include hiring a consuitant to convert all existino olans to GIS lavers. Additional Road Striping Funding To obtain funding for a 3 and 5 year striping program with the goal of redoing all pavement markings on county maintained roadways within a specified timeframe of 2 years for paint markings and 4-5 years for thermoplastic strioino. Expanded Services Budget 3.00 1,183,000 1,183,000 Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 57 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Trans Maintenance Road & Bridge (101) Total Proposed Budget 133.00 12,303,500 75,100 12,228,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of lane miles of paved roads meeting MRP conditions 70 70 73 70 % of lanes miles of County roads meeting pavement condition standards 69 88 70 Operating & Maintenance cosUlane mile vs. target 65,817 65.817 65,817 65,817 FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 6,156,526 7,366,800 7.083,900 7,779,400 136,600 7,916,000 7.5% Operating Expense 1,357,889 1,891,400 1,754,600 2,153,100 676,400 2,829,500 49.6% Capital Outlay 1,147,802 1,048,500 1,088,500 1,188,000 370,000 1,558,000 48,6% Net Operating Budget 8,662,217 10,306,700 9,927,000 11,120,500 1,183,000 12,303,500 19.4% Total Budget 8,662,217 10,306,700 9,927,000 11,120,500 1,183,000 12,303,500 19.4% Total FTE 123.00 124.00 128.00 130.00 3.00 133.00 7.3% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 59,753 40,000 36,000 40,000 40,000 0% Charges For Services 824 94,400 500 500 na Miscellaneous Revenues 56,156 42,100 35,100 34,600 34,600 (17.8%) InteresUMisc na Reimb From Other Depts na Net Cost Road and Bridge 8,545,484 10,224,600 9,761,500 11,045,400 1,183,000 12,228,400 19.6% Total Funding 8,662,217 10,306,700 9,927,000 11,120,500 1,183,000 12,303,500 19.4% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation DiVision 58 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal service expense is below budget by $282,900 reflecting normal attrition levels within road and bridge maintenance staff. A mid-year reorganization transferred certain underground locating functions to road and bridge which will effect personnel expense in 08. Overall department forecast expenses are below budget by $379,700. Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services reflect a complement of 130 FTE's. With Divisional reorganization of functions, Road and Bridge received a transfer of four (4) FTE's from Traffic Operations; two (2) from Aquatics; one (1) from Maintenance FOOT; and three (3) from Stormwater. In tum three (3) positions from R&B were moved to Aquatics and one (1) to Maintenance FOOT. The net increase of six (6) positions results in a Personal Service budget increase totaling $412,600. Increases in operating expense are primarily for fleet related charges ($218,100). Capital outlay for replacement equipment totals $1,188,000 and includes the following; Hydroscopic Excavator (2) . $480,000 Motor Grader - $170,000 Grapple Truck wI Dump body - $170,000 Full size SUV (4x4) - $32,500 1/2 Ton Extended Cab Pick Up - $25,000 Crew Cab Pick Up - $24,000 Light Tractor (4x4) wI Alamo Machete $140,000 Light Tractor - $67,500 Brush Chipper (2) - $58,000 3/4 Ton Cargo Van (6) - $21 ,000 Expanded FY 07/08 - Two (2) Equipment Operators and two new street sweeping machines are requested to significantly enhance the County's street sweeping program. Personnel costs for the two Equipment Operators totals $91,200 with $330,000 in equipment costs. One (1) Traffic Signal Technician and related equipment are requested to locate in excess of 100 miles of buried fiber optic and street lighting cables owned by the County. Personnel costs total $49,300 with an additional $52,500 in operating and equipment costs. Consultant Services to automate the plan room to a virtual plan room; including conversion of all asbuild drawings to GIS layers ($60,000). Funding for a 3 and 5 year striping program with the goal of redoing all pavement markings on county maintained roadways within a specified time frame of 2 years for painting markings and 4-5 years for thermoplastic striping ($600,000). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 59 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Trans Maintenance FI Dept Of Trans (101) Mission Statement The Road and Bridge Department will maintain a safe State primary highway road system for the citizens and visitors of Collier County; provide emergency response to all roadway/roadside hazards 24 hours per day; provide continued road service and customer service that exceeds expectations. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Administrative/Operational Support 1.00 61,167 61,167 Supervision, inspection, and training in all safely related issues with personnel, equipment and projects. Operational activities measurements, developmental measurements, contracts/bid preparation, vendor/ project inspections, support with administrative reports preparation for departmental activities and measurements, assists with personnel issues as pertains to reports, complaints, employee services issues, data entry, filing, phones, mobile radio contact Administrative/Operational Support 1.00 231,632 296,999 -65,367 Support with administrative reports preparation for departmental activities and measurements. Field/Operational Supervision 2.00 187,525 187,525 Supervision of field personnel/multiple crews, plans daily and forecasted, activities for crews, participates in fiscal measurements as pertains to project preparation, maintenance scheduling, on-site supervision as necessary for soecific iobs and emeraencv situations Field 6.00 1,166,976 1,166,976 Maintenance of all State primary highway right-of-ways, roads/roadsides as pertains to the following: Mow (in CYCle) all rural and urban areas; heavy vegetation control; patching and overlay of roads, etc.; projects such as turn lane, or driveway installation; digging/cleaning drainage swales/culverts; repair and upgrade of drainage systems, specially build items for outdated drainage systems; repair sidewalks, bike paths, litter abatement of roads. roadsides, State primary highway road properties; sod replacement, and accident c1ean-uo/lraffic control Current Level of Service Budget 10.00 1,647,300 1,651,500 -4,200 Total Proposed Budget 10.00 1,647,300 1,651,500 -4,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Pertormance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Achieve a maintenance rating of 80% state highway system 80 86 80 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Persona! Services 497,204 573,200 542,700 586,900 586,900 2.4% Operating Expense 732,527 953,100 949,400 988,400 988,400 3.7% Capital Outlay 132,164 127,000 127,000 72,000 72,000 (43.3%) Net Operating Budget 1,361,895 1,653,300 1,619,100 1,647,300 1,647,300 (0.4%) Total Budget 1,361,895 1,653,300 1,619,100 1,647,300 1,647,300 (0.4%) Total FTE 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 200S FY 200S FY200S Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 1,322,783 1,619,100 1,619,100 1,651,500 1,651,500 2.0% Miscellaneous Revenues 135,425 ,. Net Cost Road and Bridge (96,314) 34,200 (4,200) (4,200) (112.3%) Total Funding 1,361,S95 1,653,300 1,619,100 1,647,300 1,647,300 (0.4%) Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 60 . Colher County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Current FY 07/08 - Personal Service costs reflect a complement of ten (10) FTE's. Fleet charges are driving the increase in operating expense. Capital outlay includes the replacement of one Crew Cab Flat Bed Dump Truck ($72,000) recommended by Fleet. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 61 62 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Trans Maint -Aquatic Plant Control (101) Mission Statement To provide quality customer service in the appropriate operation and maintenance of the publicly maintained transportation network and stormwater management facilities and median landscaping throughout Collier County. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE 16.00 FY 2008 Budget 1,712,400 FY 2008 Revenues 4,000 FY 2008 Net Cost 1,708,400 Aquatic Plant Control Spray Crew along with exotic plant removal program, other enhanced maintenance activities and timely customer service. High priority ditches sprayed 2 or 3 times per year. Funding is essential maintenance and operation of the publicly maintained secondary stormwater management facilities throuohout CoUier Countv. Current Level of Service Budget 16.00 1,712,400 4,000 1,708,400 Total Proposed Budget 16.00 1,712,400 4,000 1,708,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of emergency work repaired within 24 Hrs. 100 100 100 100 % of planned miles of canal maintenance accomplished 100 100 100 100 Total # of aquatics work orders addressed within 5 bus.days 100 100 100 100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast. Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 798,846 892,000 833,700 977,400 977,400 9.6% Operating Expense 405,718 396,400 396,700 500,000 500,000 26.1% Capital Outlay 194,960 485,000 485,000 235,000 235,000 (51.5%) Net Operating Budget 1,399,524 1,773,400 1,715,400 1,712,400 1,712,400 (3.4%) Total Budget 1,399,524 1,773,400 1,715,400 1,712,400 1,712,400 (3.4%) Total FTE 15.00 15.00 15.00 16.00 16.00 6.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 102 2,000 na Reimb From Other Depts 2,152 4,000 4,000 na Net Cost Road and Bridge 1,397,270 1,773.400 1,713,400 1,708,400 1,708,400 (3.7%) Total Funding 1,399,524 1,773,400 1,715,400 1,712,400 1,712,400 (3.4%) Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services reflect a compliment of sixteen (16) FTE's. Position movement within this department included two (2) FTE's out to R&B and three (3) in from R&B which has caused a 9.6% increase in Personal Services. Noteworthy increases in operating expenses include fleet charges ($35,600); and fertilizer/chemical supplies ($50,000). The increase in fertilizer/chemical supplies stems from a need to replenish inventory. Capital outlay includes the purchase of a dump truck ($135,000); trailer ($45,000) and warehouse generator ($45,000). Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 63 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Right-of-way Permit & Inspections (101) Mission Statement To provide a fast, efficient process for the review and issuing of right-of-way permits. To inspect all structures under construction to ensure compliance with the codes and regulations adopted by the Board of County Commissioners and as set forth in the governing ordinance. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Field 1.00 75,898 75,898 Maintenance of all State primary highway right-of~ways, roads/roadsides as pertains to the following: Mow (in cycle) all rural and urban areas; heavy vegetation control; patching and overlay of roads, etc.; projects such as turn lane, or driveway installation; digging/cleaning drainage swales/culverts; repair and upgrade of drainage systems, specially build items for outdated drainage systems; repair sidewalks, bike paths, litter abatement of roads, roadsides, State primary highway road properties; sod replacement, and accident clean-uo/traffic control. Section Administration/Overhead 1.00 150,939 150,939 Funding for administration and fixed departmental overhead. RightMof-Way Permit Processing 200 200 Process over 2400 right-of-way permits annually within 15 working days. Inspections 4.00 323,163 399,061 -75,898 Inspect all issued permits under construction to ensure strict compliance with all codes and regulations within 48 hours of the request. Inspect MOT for all oermits as needed Current Level of Service Budget 6.00 550,200 550,200 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost GPS Equipment for Updating and Maintaining Asbllts 50,000 50,000 Vehicle for Inspector 24,000 24,000 Expanded Services Budget 74,000 74,000 Total Proposed Budget 6.00 624,200 550,200 74,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of access CO inspection within 2 working days 100 100 100 100 % of permit app fees received are +/- 10% of total budget 100 100 75 100 Collect the Section's annual budget (+/-10%), via permit application review 100 100 100 100 fees. Pertonn 800 (ROW) inspection requests (by CDES) within 2 working days 100 100 100 100 & report the results immediately. Respond to all FDOT ROW Permit applications within 30 days. 100 100 100 100 Respond to public inquiries within 3 working days. 100 100 100 100 Review, coordinate and inspect permit applications (not tied to Site 100 100 100 100 Development Plans) within 10 working days, in order to issue the Pennit Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 64 . Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Right-of-way Permit & Inspections (101) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 490,831 537,600 472,800 510,300 510,300 (5.1%) Operating Expense 29,091 39,200 33,400 39,900 39,900 1.8% Capital Outlay 74,000 74,000 '" Net Operating Budget 519,922 576,800 506,200 550,200 74,000 624,200 8.2% Total Budget 519,922 576,800 506-,200 550,200 74,000 624,200 8.2% Total HE 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 545,053 560,500 475,000 550,200 550,200 (1.8%) Net Cost Road and Bridge (25,132) 16,300 31,200 74,000 74,000 354.0% Total Funding 519,922 576,800 506,200 550,200 74,000 624,200 8.2% Current FY 07/08 - Right-of-way permitting revenue offsets cost center expenses. Expanded FY 07/08 -Includes GPS equipment for updating and maintaining asbilts by inspectors related to all ROW permit inspections $50,000. A vehicle for an inspector that is currently sharing a vehicle with the Department Manager $24,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 65 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Trans Maint Operations Rd & Bridge (111) Mission Statement To deliver to the citizens of Collier County quality maintained roadways, roadsides and drainage systems, providing safe roadway systems and excellent customer service. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTe Budget Revenues Net Cost Roadway Asphalt Repair 75,000 75,000 Maintain existing roadways efficiently by removing and/or repairing roadway hazards, thus promoting safe conditions. Schedule repairs of reported deficiencies within 24 hours of receiot. Inspect and repair bridge structures. Schedule repairs of reported handrail damages within 24 hours of notification. Clean existing deck joints and replace deteriorated materials as directed by F.D.O.T. Bridge Work Orders, (Schedule repairs by work order priority.) Complete bridge inspection work orders within 24 hours of receiot. Drainage Systems Maintenance and Construction 425,000 425,000 Installation and maintenance of roadway drainage ditches and structures Improve roadway water runoff, and complete routine monthly inspections to assure safe and oraoer ooeration. Sldewalk/Blkepath Construction and Maintenance 390,000 390,000 Installation of sidewalks/bikepaths, and removal and repair of sidewalklbikepath defects using County established measures to promote a safe and functional svstem. Limerock Road Construction and Maintenance 5,860,200 5,860,200 To convert 94 miles of Iimerock roads located in the Golden Gate Estates to asphalt paved roads. Program targets conversion of approximately 20 miles of surface oer vear with anticioated comoletion in 2011/2012 General Maintenance 315,900 315,900 Maintenance and installation on County Rights-of-Way, including. but nollimited to, dead animal removal, shoulder maintenance, litter abatement, Adopt-a-Road litter removal, emergency roadway hazard response, roadway sweeping, and traffic control operations. (Scheduling to be determined by the work needs survev,) Road and Bridge Improvements (Capital) 2,650,000 2,650,000 Road resurfacing. Current Level of Service Budget 9,716,100 9,716,100 Total Proposed Budget 9,716,100 9,716,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget # of lane miles constructed vs. planned 4.00 36.20 39.80 25.60 % of programmed resurfacing lane miles accomplished 100 90 90 90 Limerock road conversion budget VS. expended 70 100 100 100 Limerock road conversion VS. cost per lane mile 400,000 300.000 208,556 300,000 Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 66 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Maintenance Trans Maint Operations Rd & Bridge (111) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Operating Expense 3,793,067 1,457,400 1,707,400 1,460,900 Capital Outlay 1,163,520 10,090,000 12,027,100 8,255,200 Net Operating Budget 4,956,587 11,547,400 13,734,500 9,716,100 Total Budget 4,956,587 11,547,400 13,734,500 9,716,100 FY2008 Proposed 1,460,900 8,255,200 9,716,100 9,716,100 FY 2008 Change 0.2% (18.2%) (15.9%) (15.9%) FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost MSTD General Fund 4,956,587 11,547,400 13,734,500 9,716,100 9,716,100 (15.9%) Total Funding 4,956,587 11,547,400 13,734,500 9,716,100 9,716,100 (15.9%) Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast includes expending the full allocation for general road and bridge improvements ($2,650,000); Limerock Road conversion ($7,388,000) plus an estimated $2M in limerock road conversion contract dollars ($6.2 programmed vs. $4.2M expended) which rolled forward from FY 06. Operating expense is over budget due to $350K in tree trimming expense which will be covered by a budget amendment. Current FY 07108 - Regarding limerock road conversion, the Transportation Division is charged with converting 94 miles of limerock surface located in the Golden Gate Estates to asphalt. The objective is to convert approximately 20 miles per year with completion of all road conversion in 2011/2012. This year's resurfacing program includes recurring dollars for general road and bridge improvements ($2.65M); and a $5,605,200 allocation toward limerock road conversion. Budgeted Iimerock road dollars consist of $1,578,700 in current dollars plus FY 07 UFR dollars designated as recurring in the amount of $4,026,500. Operating expense is consistent with last year's budget and includes materials for roadway maintenance. UFR FY 07/08 - Road and Bridge staff feels comfortable in executing $8,500,000 in limerock road conversion dollars during any one fiscal year. Therefore this UFR requests an additional $2,894,800 in discretionary dollars on top of the proposed budget of $5,605,200. At the $8.5M level, approximately 28 miles of Iimerock surface can be paved - assuming the price holds at $300K per mile. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 67 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Planning FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 797,879 732,900 689,600 753,100 753,100 2.8% Operating Expense 366,495 576,100 577,300 82,300 82,300 (85.7%) Capital Outlay 95,620 24,000 149,300 45,000 45,000 87.5% Net Operating Budget 1,259,994 1,333,000 1,416,200 880,400 880,400 (34.0%) Total Budget 1,259,994 1,333,000 1-,416,200 880,400 880,400 (34.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Concurrency Management Department 196,764 236,200 228,500 245,600 245,600 4.0% (101) Metropolitan Planning Org MPO (128) 547,705 n. Trans Development Review (101) 85,024 157,700 146,700 179,400 179,400 13.8% Trans Planning Operations (101) 336,995 914,100 886,900 405,400 405,400 (55.7%) Trans PUD Monitoring (101) 93,506 25,000 154,100 50,000 50,000 100.0% Total Net Budget 1,259,994 1,333,000 1,416,200 880,400 880,400 (34.0%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 1,259,994 1,333,000 1,416,200 880,400 880,400 (34.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 554,268 n. Charges For Services 83,736 25,000 154,100 50,000 50,000 100.0% Miscellaneous Revenues 5,000 n. InteresVMisc 32,624 n. Net Cost Road and Bridge 623,553 1,308,000 1,262,100 830,400 830,400 (36.5%) Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 5,000 n. Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 4,944 n. Total Funding 1,309,125 1,333,000 1,416,200 880,400 880,400 (34.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans Planning Operations (101) 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 0% Concurrency Management Department 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% (101) Trans Development Review (101) 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% Metropolitan Planning Org MPO (128) 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 0% Total HE 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 68 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Planning Trans Planning Operations (101) Mission Statement Provide for the short and long-range transportation planning needs and programming. Evaluate and determine development related impacts to the transportation system Including level of service, access management, site impact and alternative transportation opportunities (i.e. walking, biking, transit, car-pooling, etc.). Establish and maintain a county-wide transportation concurrency management system based on the level of service as defined by the County's Growth Management Plan to better provide for the timely planning and implementation of transportation improvements. To provide supervision, planning and engineering and coordination with the Transportation Division, as well as other departments, to ensure that the department's transportation planning activities are carried out in a time, efficient and economical manner. Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead Funding for departmental administration and fixed departmental overhead. Short and Long Range Planning Funding for evaluation and management of short and long-range transportation planning activities such as corridor studies, level of service, program priorities, ete FY 2008 Total FTE 2.00 FY 2008 Budget 248,068 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 248,068 1.00 78,666 78,666 Traffic Calming Program 1.00 78,666 78,666 Current Level of Service Budget 4.00 405,400 405,400 Total Proposed Budget 4.00 405,400 405,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of Level of Service LOS deficient miles VS. last year 95 95 95 % of road systems operating at adopted service levels 94.90 94.90 95.00 95.00 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 312,336 382,000 355,900 371,900 371,900 (2.6%) Operating Expense 21,303 532,100 531,000 33,500 33,500 (93.7%) Capital Outlay 3,355 no Net Operating Budget 336,995 914,100 886,900 405,400 405,400 (55.7%) Total Budget 336,995 914,100 886,900 406,400 406,400 (55.7%) Total HE 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Road and Bridge 336,995 914,100 886,900 405,400 405,400 (55.7%) Total Funding 336,995 914,100 886,900 405,400 405,400 (55.7%) Current FY 07108 - Personal Services reflect a complement of four (4) FTE's. Operating expenses are consistent with last year except for contractual services. Dollars budgeted in FY 07 for the East of CR951 corridor Study will examine the feasibility and potential transportation impact of a new corridor east of CR951 for a distance of approximately 20 miles from Wilson Boulevard/Golden Gate Boulevard to US41 ($500,000) will be under contract in FY 07 and these contract dollars will roll forward for use in FY 08. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 69 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Planning Trans PUD Monitoring (101) Mission Statement Provide continuous counts and analysis on the major roadway network to provide real time adjustments to the concurrency management system and updates to the AUIR. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 50,000 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost PUD Monitoring Provide continuous counts and analysis on the major roadway network to provide real time adjustments to the concurrency management system and uodates to the AUIR 50,000 Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 1,241 1,000 4,800 5,000 5,000 400.0% Capital Outlay 92,265 24,000 149,300 45,000 45,000 87.5% Net Operating Budget 93,506 25,000 154,100 50,000 50,000 100.0% Total Budget 93,506 25,000 154,100 50,000 50,000 100.0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 83,736 25,000 154,100 50,000 50,000 100.0% Net Cost Road and Bridge 9,770 "" Total Funding 93,506 25,000 154,100 50,000 50,000 100.0% Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast expense includes purchase of traffic count stations which were offset by developer contributions. Current FY 07/08 - Provides funding for transportation related PUD Monitoring activities with expenses offset directly by developer contributions. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 70 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Planning Concurrency Management Department (101) Mission Statement Provide for the short and long-range concurrency planning needs and programming. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Growth Management/Development Impacts 2.00 245,600 245,600 Funding for the evaluation of transportation related impacts for all development includino rezonino. site develooment olans. and concurrencv related activities. Current Level of Service Budget 2.00 245,600 245,600 Total Proposed Budget 2.00 245,600 245,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual BUdget Forecast Budget # of square feet commercial delayed by Concurrency System 1,000,000 1,419,294 1,000,000 # of units residential delayed by Concurrency System 2,000.00 3,346.02 2,000.00 Dollar value of mitigation secured by concurrency system 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 195,519 206,400 198,700 215,000 215,000 4.2% Operating Expense 1,245 29,800 29,800 30,600 30,600 2.7% Net Operating Budget 196,764 236,200 228,600 245,600 246,600 4.0% Total Budget 196,764 236,200 228,600 245,600 246,600 4.0% Total FTE 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 5,000 na Net Cost Road and Bridge 191,764 236,200 228,500 245,600 245.600 4.0% Total Funding 196,764 236,200 228,500 245,600 245,600 4.0% Current FY 07/08 - Transportation receives a transfer ($140,300) from Community Development Fund (131) for Concurrency Management Services. This transfer which usually offsets cost center expenses is reduced for 08 due to a reduction in planning fee revenues. It is anticipated that the transfer gap for 08 will be reconciled in FY 09 when planning fee revenue is expected to rebound. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 71 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Planning Trans Development Review (101) Mission Statement Provide for the short and long-range concurrency planning needs and programming. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Development Review 2.00 179,400 179,400 Review of rezones, conditional uses, site development plans, and other develooment issues for comoliance with Board oolicies and directives. Current Level of Service Budget 2.00 179,400 179,400 Total Proposed Budget 2.00 179,400 179,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of network segments @ 95% or greater of Capacity Volumn with existing 95.00 98.70 95.00 trips DCA dollars contribution vs. last year 800,000 1,000,000 4.659,a90 3,000,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 80,894 144,500 135,000 166,200 166,200 15.0% Operating Expense 4,130 13,200 11,700 13,200 13,200 0% Net Operating Budget 85,024 157,700 146,700 179,400 179,400 13.8% Total Budget 85,024 157,700 146,700 179,400 179,400 13.8% Total FTE 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Road and Bridge 85,024 157,700 146,700 179,400 179,400 13.8% Total Funding 85,024 157,700 146,700 179,400 179,400 13.8% Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services is up 15% for FY08 due to the hiring of (2) new employees above base budgeted salaries in FY07. Reciprocal transfer revenue ($107,600) is received from Community Development Fund (131) for services provided by Transportation Development Review. This transfer which usually offsets cost center expenses is reduced for 08 due to slowing planning fee revenues. It is anticipated that the transfer gap for 08 will be reconciled in FY 09 when planning fee revenue is expected to rebound. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 72 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Transportation Division Transportation Planning Metropolitan Planning Org MPO (128) Mission Statement Provide for the Metropolitan Planning Organization and other associated transportation management functions in Collier County as mandated by Federal, State and local laws (Federal Law: Title 23 USC; Federal Regulations: Title 23 CFR Part 450, Subpart C and 23 CFR Part 500, Subpart E; Florida Statute, Chapter 339.175 and Chapter427,015, 49 CFR 27, 37, 38 and 29; Florida Statutes 316, 318, 322 and 427,015). Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 4.00 Funding for departmental administration and fixed departmental overhead. Current Level of Service Budget 4.00 Total Proposed Budget 4.00 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 209,130 "a Operating Expense 338,575 "a Capital Outlay "a Net Operating Budget 547,705 "a Total Budget 547,705 ni% Total FTE 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 554,268 "a InterestlMisc 32,624 "a Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 5,000 "a Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 4,944 "a Total Funding 596,836 "a This budget does not coincide with Collier County's fiscal year and is provided for illustration purposes only. The budget is presented to and is approved by the Board of County Commissioners through the budget amendment process. Current FY 07/08 - Anticipated funds include a Federal MPO Grant for $735,055, a Section 5303 Grant of $83,549 with matching funds from the City of Naples - $2,089, the City of Marco Island - $1,045 and Collier County (111) $5,221. MPO Transportation Disadvantaged Grant is budgeted at $23,571. MPO Operating funds are programmed at $9,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Transportation Division 73 Transportation Capital Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY200S FY200S FY200S FY200S Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 3,087,559 3,754,500 3,303,400 3,687,300 25,000 3,712,300 (1.1%) Operating Expense 22,125,557 768,100 21,937,500 2,357,100 37,500 2,394,600 211.8% Indirect Cost Reimburs 153,000 162,700 162,700 150,100 150,100 (7.7%) Capital Outlay 71,456,513 122,751,200 392,477,200 201,110,300 24,000 201,134,300 63.9% Remittances 1,022,900 1,000,000 1,000,000 ,. Net Operating Budget 96,S22,628 127,436,500 41S,903,700 208,304,800 86,500 208,391,300 63.5% Trans to General Fund 209,500 202,800 202,800 248,000 248,000 22.3% Trans to Special Rev Fds 240 ,. Trans to 101 Transp Op Fd 446,500 554,500 554,500 817,300 817,300 47.4% Trans to 212 Debt Serv Fd 14,538,300 14,614,100 14,614,100 13,962,800 13,962,800 (4.5%) Trans to 216 Debt Serv Fd 940,700 940,700 ,. Trans to Cap Proj 813,200 ,. Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 1,039,100 381,100 381,100 137,700 137,700 (63.9%) Trans to 312 Gas Tax Op Fd 2,508,100 2,586,800 2,586,800 2,790,500 2,790,500 7.9% Trans to 426 CAT Mass Transit Fd 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,095,100 2,000,000 2,000,000 0% Reserves For Contingencies 45,542,300 9,785,000 9,785,000 (78.5%) Reserves For Debt Service 11,250,000 11,250,000 ,. Reserves For Capital 4,000 36,600 36,600 815.0% Reserve for Attrition (50,000) (102,400) (102,400) 104.8% Total Budget 118.377,568 193,272,100 439,338,100 250,171,000 86,500 250,257,500 29.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Countryside Privacy Wall (630) 936,900 ,. County-Wide Capital Project Fund (301) 3,422,545 2,331,000 ,. Freedom Memorial (620) 6,700 49,000 49,000 ,. Road Construction - Gax Tax Fund (313) 45,510,669 55,158,300 235,385,700 34,127,100 34,127,100 (38.1%) Road Imapct Fee District 6 - Golden Gate 2,818,449 17,952,200 36,387,700 31,770,500 31,770,500 77.0% Estates (338) Road Impact Fee District 1 - North Naples 14,198,068 6,089,500 34,509,900 37,746,900 37,746,900 519.9% (331) Road Impact Fee District 10 * Rural Collier 53,500 ,. (340) Road Impact Fee District 2 * East Naples 9,687,764 14,755,800 23,972,600 45,346,300 45,346,300 207.3% & GG City (333) Road Impact Fee District 3 - City of 823,386 1,091,200 2,483,000 1.353,000 1,353,000 24.0% Naples (334) Road Impact Fee District 4 - Marco Island 14,554,125 11,319,000 47,531,200 30,234,800 30,234,800 167.1% & S County (336) Road Impact Fee District 5 - Immokalee 813,558 1,000,600 4,920,000 4,885,300 4,885,300 388.2% (339) Stormwater Management Capital (325) 1,406,927 15,656,200 26,516,200 18,474,200 18,474,200 18.0% Stormwater Management Operating 1,134,381 1,505,600 1,202,700 1,348,900 2,500 1,351,400 (10.2%) Department (324) Transportation Engineering Dept (312) 2,452,756 2,908,100 2,666,600 2,968,800 84,000 3,052,800 5.0% Total Net Budget 96,822,628 127,436,500 418,903,700 208,304,800 86,500 208,391,300 63.5% Total Transfers and Reserves 21,554,940 65,835,600 20,434,400 41,866,200 41,866,200 (36.4%) Total Budget 118,377,568 193,272,100 439,338.100 250,171,000 S6,500 250,257,500 29.5% Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 2 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Local Gas Taxes 14,608,666 15,779,300 15,779,300 16,252,600 16,252,600 3_0% licenses & Permits 150,000 ,. Intergovernmental Revenues 5,861,416 17,068,200 23,383,000 10,357,000 10,357,000 (39.3%) Gas Taxes 5,419,354 5,679,300 5,679,300 5,849,400 5,849,400 3.0% SFWMD/Big Cypress Revenue 145,000 4,501,900 116,900 116,900 (974%) Charges For Services 4,226,052 7,400 ,. Miscellaneous Revenues 2,415,398 251,000 1,284,200 45,000 45,000 (82.1%) InteresUMisc (926,308) 24,100 ,. Assessments 3,924 ,. Impact Fees 15,371,210 28,407.000 27,458,600 33,100,000 33,100,000 16.5% COA Impact Fees 26,686,482 21,593,000 34,123,500 27,900,000 27,900,000 29.2% Loan Proceeds 12,000,000 12,000,000 94,708,000 94,708,000 689.2% Reimb From Other Depts 60,000 62,800 62,800 62,800 0% Net Cost General Fund 2,026 ,. Trans 1m 001 Gen Fund 47,789,200 34,607,500 40,607,500 37,371,500 37,371,500 8.0% Trans 1m Special Rev Fds 1,500 1,149,600 (100.0%) Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 77,000 77,000 (100.0%) Trans 1m 163 Baysh/Av Beaut Fd 200,000 200,000 ,. Trans 1m 187 Bayshore Redev Fd 529,000 ,. Trans fm 313 Gax Tax Cap Fd 3,321,300 2,586,800 2,586,800 2,706,500 84,000 2.790,500 7.9% Carry FOlWard 55,184,500 300,836,900 26,185,600 2,500 26,188.100 (52.5%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (4,527,700) (4,684,300) (4,684,300) 3.5% Totat Funding 125,133,720 193,272,100 465,526,200 250,171,000 86,500 250,257,500 29.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Transportation Engineering Dept (312) 27.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 0% Stormwater Management Operating 15.00 15.00 15.00 12.00 12.00 (20.0%) Department (324) Total FTE 42.00 42.00 42.00 39.00 39.00 (7.1%) Fiscal Year 2008 Capftallmprovement Program 3 CollIer County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Blldget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital Transportation Engineering Dept (312) Mission Statement To meet or beat production schedules and budget estimates as they relate to providing for high quality transportation and public utility infrastructure within the pUblic rlght.of-ways that ensure public safety, improve operational efficiency, and a balanced level of services to the public. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 27.00 2,777,900 362,600 2,415,300 Includes those selVices necessary to support Capital Improvement Element (CIE) and Master Plan Projects, which encompass management of engineering and construction, land & easement acquisition, concurrency management, and inspection. Other services in base level include planning, preliminary design, and budgeting for future C1E projects. The non-CI E program package is similar to the Essential services in terms of staff activities and addresses those oroiects no! formallv adooted into the Growth Manaaement Plan. General Overhead Costs 190,900 190,900 Includes the indirect service charge and IT interdepartmental billing paid to the General Fund Reserves / Transfers 73,600 2,679,800 -2,606,200 Current Level of Service Budget 27.00 3,042,400 3,042,400 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTe Budget Revenues Net Cost Ford Ranger 4x4 Vehicle 24,000 24,000 Bentley Micro Station V8 XM 5,000 5,000 GIS Software 5,000 5,000 Upload ROW into County GIS System 25,000 25,000 Job Banker to Scan ROW into EDMS System 25,000 25,000 Expanded Services Budget 84,000 84,000 Total Proposed Budget 27.00 3,126,400 3,126,400 Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 4 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital Transportation Engineering Dept(312) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,002.188 2,429,200 2,178.800 2,580,000 25,000 2,605,000 7.2% Operating Expense 273,398 279,200 263,600 192,600 37,500 230,100 (17.6%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 153,000 162,700 162,700 150,100 150,100 (7.7%) Capital Outlay 24,170 37,000 61,500 46,100 21,500 67,600 82.7% Net Operating Budget 2,452,756 2,908,100 2,666,600 2,968,800 84,000 3,052,800 5.0% Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 68,100 0. Reserves For Contingencies 73,300 144,900 144,900 97.7% Reserve for Attrition (32,100) (71,300) (71,300) 122.1% Total Budget 2,520,856 2,949,300 2,666,600 3,042,400 84,000 3,126,400 6.0% Total HE 27.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 0% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 1,708 0. InteresUMisc (1,461) 0. Trans fm 313 Gax Tax Cap Fd 2,508,100 2,586,800 2,586,800 2,706,500 84,000 2,790,500 7.9% Carry Forward 362,500 415,700 335,900 335,900 (7.3%) Total Funding 2,508,347 2,949,300 3,002,500 3,042,400 84,000 3,126,400 6.0% Forecast FY 2007 - Personal Services are less than budgeted because the department has vacant positions. Current FY 2008. The reduction in Operating Expense is due from a $94,500 decrease in the IT Client Billing. Fleet is recommending that one 1999 pick-up truck be replaced, estimated cost is $25,000. Also replacing data processing equipment in the amount of $21,100. Expanded FY 2008 - There is $24,000 budgeted for a pick-up truck to be used by the Construction Management Inspection Employee. currently he is using a vehicle in the division loaner pool and causing a shortage in those vehicles. GIS software is being requested for the TECM design team, $5,000. Micro Station V8XM Edition software for $5,000 will enable the Project Managers to gain access to engineering files used in th design of our projects. Having access to this data will allow better communication with our consultants in correcting errors and omissions. Requesting $25,000 to hire a consultant to convert all right-of-way parcel legal descriptions acquired over the past 5 years into coordinate geometry and upload into the County's GIS, Requesting $25,000 to hire a Job Bank staff for EDMS (electronic document management systems) and to send scanned legal descriptions to the consultant to convert all right-of-way parcel legal descriptions acquired over the past 5 years into coordinate geometry and upload into the County's GIS. UFR Request FY 07/08 - Priority (1) Santa Barbara Boulevard (Copperleaf to Green) Design/Construction/CEI ($18,000,000) Priority (2) Advanced ROW Fund ($15,000,000) Priority (3) Randall Boulevard ROW & Design ($6,800,000) Priority (4) Everglades Boulevard Design ($2,500,000) Priority (5) 1-75 & Everglade Blvd PD&E ($2,000,000) Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 5 Proj No. 60001 60005 60005 60006 600066 60018 60020 60027 600275 60040 60044 60044 60044 60065 60073 60091 60101 60105 60106 60134 601344 60138 60162 60166 60168 60169 601693 60177 62024 62081 63051 6305]4 65041 65061 650615 66042 660423 66045 68056 600161 60163] 601721 601722 601724 610101 66065 I 660661 690811 690812 690816 6908] 7 69082 69122] 60173] 601733 350103 600031 600032 Transportation Division FY 08 Road Projects FY 08 Total Road Capital Projects Project CR95l-Davis Blvd South to US 41 Goodlette Rd - PRR to CR896 GGPWy) Goodlette Rd Landscape (PRR to CR896 G GGPwy Overpass GGPwy Overpass 6 laning, Airport to Livin hnmokalee Rd, CR951/43rd Ave NE Wilson Blvd, GGB to Immok GG PKWY, 6 lane Airport/Santa Bar GG PKWY, landscape Airport/Santa Bar Golden Gate Blvd - Wilson - Desota Oil Well Rd - Everglades to Desota Oil Well, lmmk (Camp KesislE Desota) Oil Well, lmmk Rd - Everglades Randall Blvd, lmmok to Oil Well Davis Blvd - Radio Rd Santa Barbara Blvd, new rd south County Barn Rd, 4 lane RattlcsnakelDavis hnmokalee & 951 Intersection Northbrooke Widening Goodlette Rd. 4 lane PRRlVanderbilt Goodlette Rd, PRRlVanderbilt Landscape Advance Construction Tropicana Blvd Bridge Logan Blvd PRR-Immk Vanderbilt BchlCR951-Wilson Rattlesnake Polly to CR95! Rattlesnake Polly to CR951, Landscape Immokalee 1-75 Loop Geen Blvd Ext Livingston Santa Barbara, 6 lane DavislPRR Vanderbilt Bch, 6 lane Airport/CR95I Vanderbilt Bch. Landscaping (Airport/CR95 Livingston Rd (hnm - Lee Co line) CR951. 6 lane GGB/lmm Rd CR951, Pathways GGB/lmm Rd Immokalee Rd, 61ane US41/1-75 Immokalee Rd, Landscape US411I~75 Immokalee Rd, 6 lane 1-75 to CR95 I CR951 - GGB to Green Blvd for new projects Total Road Construction FY07 As of 5/13/07 FY07 Total FY08 As of 5/13/07 Total FY07 Minor Tumlane Traffic Calming Traffic Signals Computerized Signals SCOOT Split Cycle Transit Enhancements Tumlane Bridge Structure Bike Pathways Everglades City Pathways Lely Mitigation trailhead facility for pathway Livingston Greenways (path between RSHIR Sidewalks Shoulder Safety Prog Total Base Operations & Maintenance Adoot Bud Amend Bud EnclExn Forecast Budl!et 4,000,000 6,522,832 5,432,499 45,613,100 20,700,000 10,050,990 10,037,535 10,051,100 - 1,019,400 1,054.271 28,293 25,000 - - 18,437,795 17,137,478 18,437,900 g 382,900 988,667 988,667 988,700 - 3,493,100 12,072,684 10,634,91 J 12,072,700 - - - - 1,500,000 644,017 354,651 644.000 - 859 859 9Q0 - 3,600,000 2,955,966 2,875.388 2,956,000 8,000,000 2,000,000 - - - 5,131,000 12,225,454 2,461,357 12.225.600 48,000,000 2,000,000 2,253,981 253,981 893,700 2,000,000 - 1,581,660 - 1,581,700 24.000,000 - 7,323,917 733,490 7,323,900 50,200,000 4,419,364 3,049,920 4,4] 9,500 - 400,000 6,100,000 - - - 460,000 4,540,000 7 7 - 173 173 300 42,988,800 - - - - - 1,500,000 1,300,000 1,500,000 - 344.500 736,513 508.070 736.600 - 8,000,000 12,015,145 7,199,835 12,015,200 12,200,000 17,725.730 17,247,628 17,725,800 - 55,000 5],240 55,000 18.540,000 18,540,000 4,521,450 18,540,000 - - 1.452 1,452 1,500 - 5,972,000 68,150,109 67,522,926 68,150,200 2,000,000 - 25,141,698 23,979,857 25,141,800 - 1,407,200 - 1,328 ],328 1,400 - - 42,332,294 42.223,531 42,332,300 - 21.000 375 21.000 - 21,477,589 18,340,961 21,477,600 - 89,650 89,650 89,700 - 21,326,960 21,272,833 21.327.000 4,032,934 1,223,644 4.032,900 - - - - - I 98,878,900 313,680,039 I 259,473,989 I 351,242,100 179,240,000 I Major ReconstructionlResurfacing Road Striping Total Enhanced Op & Maintenance 750,000 902,324 896,697 902,300 750,000 100,000 434,300 185,613 434,300 100,000 750,000 1,559,380 1,178,600 ],559,400 750,000 959,506 708,468 959,500 - - 90,000 90,000 - 23,140 23,140 23.200 3,000,000 3.989,087 1,850.697 3,989,100 1,000,000 200,000 561,864 70,270 561,900 200,000 500,000 549,342 476,392 549,400 500,000 - 289.123 289,123 289,200 971,805 48,305 971,800 - 518,790 164,632 518,800 - - 1,216,446 1,166,955 1,216,600 - 50,000 128,719 128.800 50,000 I 5,350,000 I 12,193,826 J 7,058,892 12,194,300 I 3,350,000 I 123,100 600,000 723,100 408.101 600,000 1,008,101 166,927 205,330 372,257 408.100 600,000 1,008,100 600,000 600,000 Transit Building Collector!M:inor Arterial Rds NPDES Pennit Prog I 6,000 9.319,872 r 8,23],386 9.320,000 - I 170,000 207,376 I - 207,400 - 30.000 42,487 J 19,862 42.500 - 6 r Proj No. 60004 1 60007 600072 60010 1 600321 600331 600351 600371 600481 600501 60053\ 600601 600621 600641 600661 60 1091 601141 601201 601202 601203 601711 601761 610021 610031 691241 313XX Transportation Division FY 08 Road Projects Project Sandpiper, City of Naples Street Lighting Program US41 street lights 951 Corridor Study Irnmokalee Rd Greenway Vanderbilt Pedestrian Transportation Services Bldg Asset Mgt Training North Road & Bridge Golden Gate Pedestrian Vanderbilt Dr Bridge 1-75 & Everg Interchange Study TCMA North West TCMA East Central Congestion Mgt Enhanced Planning Consultant Services Marco Island Projects Floridan Ave lmmok sidewalks FPL Trail Study Advanced ROW Design Lighting/Sidewalks Transfer Site Right of Way Data Base PUD Monitoring Other Capital Total Mise Project Sub-total Capital Projects Transfer to Gen Fund (001) Transfer to Rd & Bridge (101) Transfer Debt service (212) Transfer (301) GIS Transfer (312) Engineering Transfer (426) Transit 313XX Interdept Pay for services & Studies Refund Impact Fees~Prior Year Reserve for Debt Service (Transfer 299) Reserves Total Appropriations 12,208,300 Revenue: Gas Tax Impact Fees (net impact fee credits) Impact Fees COA payments Reimbursements Commercial Paper Loan Commercial Paper Loan $50m SIB Loan Proceeds Transfer in (001) Transfer in (112) Transfer in (135) InterestlMics Carry Forward Revenue Reserve Total Revenue FY 08 Total Road Capital Projects FY07 As of 5/13/07 FY07 Asof5/13/07 Total FY07 F Total FY08 B d Adont Bud Amend Bud Enc/Exn orecast uopet 100,000 100,000 - 100,000 - 270,097 127,818 270,100 - - 338,619 338,217 . 338,700 - 65,000 - 65,000 - 350,000 778,265 32,840 778,300 - - 766,449 44,235 766,500 50,000 114,729 114,800 - 100,000 200,000 - 200,000 - 44,127 30,927 44,200 - 442,155 57,828 442,200 - - 177,409 177,409 177,500 - - 717,939 39,490 718,000 - 100,000 100,000 - - 73,726 - 73,800 - - 150,000 - 150,000 - 200,000 497,478 429.245 497,500 200,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1.000,000 - 283,000 1,019 283,000 - - 300,000 125,728 300,000 - 330,000 330,000 - 100,000 1,318.968 31.511 1,319,000 100,000 648,731 58,237 648,800 - 500,000 500,000 500,000 - - 5,144 5,144 5,200 - - 122,066 - 122,100 - 39,803 - 5,000 2,106,000 18,953,440 11,134,422 18,919,600 1,300,000 107,058,000 345,835,406 278,039,560 383,364,100 184,490,000 202,800 202,800 202,800 202,800 248,000 554,500 554,500 415,875 554,500 604,600 14,614,100 14,614,100 4,136,770 14,614,100 13,962,800 334,000 334,000 334,000 334,000 93,400 2,586,800 2,586,800 1,940,100 2,586,800 2,790,500 2,000,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 2,095,100 2,000,000 140,100 164,972 65,578 165,100 253,900 168,500 1,710,436 293,194 1,714,400 720,000 - - - 11,250,000 44,492,700 36,356,296 9,111,700 172,151,500 404,359,310 286,927,877 405,630,900 225,524,900 21,458,600 21,458,600 11,181,887 21,458,600 22,102,000 28,407,000 28,407,000 10,658,540 27,458,600 33,100,000 21,593,000 23,174,660 33,072,936 34,123,500 27,900,000 15,514,800 16,002,011 10,048,185 19,668,900 2,132,000 - - - - 44,708,000 - - - - 50,000,000 12,000,000 12,000,000 - 12,000,000 - 24, I 00,000 24,100,000 18,075,000 30,100,000 24,000,000 - 1,148,493 1,148,493 1,148,500 - 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,100 - - - 42,573 42,600 - 53,095,900 282,086.346 285,473,700 25,844,600 4,019,300 4,019,300 - (4,261,700 172,151,500 404,359,310 84,229,114 431,475,500 225,524,900 Variance o 25,844,600 7 Transportation Division Transportation Projects (Gas Tax and Impact Fee) Proi No. Descriptions FY 08 Amount 60001 CR951-Davis Blvd South to US 41 $ 20,700,000 Widening exi5ting 4-lane urban roadway to 6-lane urban from Davis Blvd to US 41. (Right of Wav. construction & insoections) 60020 Wilson Blvd, Golden Gate Blvd to Immokalee Rd $ 1,500,000 Design widening of2-lane roadway to 4-lane divided from Golden Gate Boulevard to Irrunokalee Road 60040 Golden Gate Blvd, Wilson Blvd to Everglades Blvd $ 8,000,000 Widening existing 2-lane rural to 4 to 6-lane roadway from Wilson Blvd to Everglades Blvd. (Desien) 60044 Oil Well Rd, Everglades Blvd to Oil Well Grade $ - Construct a 6-lane road from Everglades Blvd to Oil Well Grade Rd. 60044 Oil Well Rd, Immokalee Rd to Everglades Blvd $ 48,000,000 Construct a 4-Iane road from Immokalee Road to Everglades. 60065 Randall Blvd, Immokalee Rd to Oil Well $ 2,000,000 Widening existing 2-lane rural to 6-lane urban roadway from lnunokalee Rd to Desoto. 60073 Davis Blvd, Radio Rd to Collier Boulevard and 1-75 Interchange et. a!. $ 24,000,000 Construct widened Davis Boulevard and Collier Boulevards from the Radio Road Intersection through the Davis Boulevard Intersection and north on Collier Boulevard to the Golden Gate Canal. 60091 Santa Barbara Blvd, new rd south $ 50,200,000 Construction of a 4-lane divided urban highway within an 165 foot right of way to accommodate the widening to 6-lanes in the future. This project \\'ill have sidewalks and on-street bike lanes on both sides of the roadway, street lights, stormwater treatment ponds for water quality treatment. (Right of way, construction insoections) 60105 Immokalee Rd & 951 Intersection $ 6,100,000 Securing all of the Right of Way for the grade separated overpass, will be relocating the canal around intersection. Going to be constructing a complete at o-rade 6 x 6 intersection 60106 Northbrook Widening $ 4,540,000 Widening Northbrook from the canal north to the NorthbrookJOaks Intersection, and we are creating a fourth leg to the Valewood intersection adding a new west bound lane to Autumn Oaks, and are reconstructing the Oaksl Autumn Intersection 60168 Vanderbilt Beach, CR 951 to Wil50n $ 12,200,000 Extension of Vanderbilt Beach Road from it's current terminus east ofCR951 to Wilson Blvd in Golden Gate Estates. 62081 Santa Barhara Blvd, Davi5 Blvd to Pine Ridge Rd $ 2,000,000 Convert existing 4-lane divided roadway to 6-lane. 4-lane divided roadway from Golden Gate Pky to Green Blvd (1.8 miles), in a right of way to accommodate the future widening to 6-lanes; intersection improvements at Green and Pine Ridge Rd. Includes the widening of a portion of Radio Rd from a 2-]ane to 4-lane from Santa Barbara East to Robin Hood Circle. (Right of Iw"v) 8 . Transportation Division Transportation Projects (Gas Tax and Impact Fee) Pro; No. Descriptions F mount 60016 Minor Turnlane $ 750,000 Turn lanes & draina!!e at intersections 60163 Traffic Calming $ 100,000 Traffic calming for area roads. 601721 Traffic Signals $ 750,000 Sitmal, street light construction and maior reconstruction. 660651 Intersection Improvements $ 1,000,000 Design and construction of turn lanes and other intersection capacity improvements at selected roadway intersections throughout the County's roadway system in conjunction with Minor Turnlane I Intersection Imnrovements 660661 Bridge Structure $ 200,000 Countywide Bridge Repair & Maintenance 690811 Bike PathwaY5 $ 500,000 Funds for County-wide bicycle and pedestrian svstem imnrovements 691221 Shoulder Safety Prog $ 50,000 Road shoulder safety improvements at various roadway locations in Collier County as a function of warrants for repair, replacement, installation, and/or restoration of guardrail systems and asphalt and concrete shoulder pavement. Y08A Major Reconstruction / Resurfacing Mise roadwa fO' ects and to include additional Resurfacin as needed $ 600,000 60109 Enhanced Planning Consultant Services $ 200,000 Provide Transportation Planning consulting services for a wide variety of transnortation Proiects throughout the County. 60114 Marco I51and Projects $ 1,000,000 An interlocal agreement between the City of Marco Island and Collier County to allow $1,000,000 to be transferred to the City of Marco Island for 15 years with an annual transfer of$500,000 on March 31 and June 30 of each year. Contract neriod FY03-FYI7. 60171 Advanced ROW $ 100,000 County-wide right of way acquisition for projects outside the 5 year plan and for smaller operational oroiects. $ 184,490,000 9 Transportation Division Conntryside Sonnd Attenuation Wall Fnnd (630) FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 % Actual Adopted Forecast Current Budget A fa riation Unit Ex !Rev Bud et Ex !Rev Service Chan e Operating Expense 0 0 22,900 0 N/A Capital Expense 0 0 914,000 0 N/A Transfers (132) 0 0 0 0 N/A Reserves 0 0 0 0 N/A Total Appropriations 0 0 936,900 0 N/A Revenue: Contribution 0 0 914,000 0 N/A Interest*/Misc. 0 0 22,900 0 N/A Carry forward 0 0 0 0 N/A Revenue Reserve 0 0 0 0 N/A Total Revenues 0 0 936,900 0 N/A This fund wiil be used to segregate Countryside Master Association, Inc. prepayment for their cost of a (privacy) wall. The County is constructing two sound attenuation walls and Countryside is paying for the construction cost of a privacy wall, so that one continuous wall can be erected along the entire Santa Barbara Boulevard frontage. On July 25, 2006, item 16(B)13, the Board approved accepting the payment of $914,000 from Country5ide, that this payment will earn interest, that the accrued interest as well as any remaining construction money will be returned to Countryside once the work is completed and final payment to the contractor has been made. 10 I Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital Road Assessment Receivable Fund (341) Mission Statement This fund serves as a revolving loan pool to fund small.scale assessment projects. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost N/A 353,500 353,500 Current Level of Service Budget 353,500 353,500 Total Proposed Budget 353,500 353,500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Reserves For Contingencies 139,900 353,500 353,500 152.7% Total Budget 139,900 353,500 353,500 152.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change InteresUMisc (450) na Assessments 3,924 na Trans fm 163 Baysh/Av Beaut Fd 200,000 200,000 na Carry Forward 139,900 153,500 153,500 153,500 9.7% Total Funding 3,474 139,900 153,500 353,500 353,500 152.7% Current FY 2006: On 12/14/999, item 16(8)6, the Board approved a $570,000 loan to the Bayshore Beautification MSTU fund 160/163. Loan payments were made in fy 2002 and fy 2003. The transfer in from fund 160/163 for $200.000 in fy 2006 is the final loan payment due. Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 11 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital Stormwater Management Operating Department (324) Mission Statement To provide quality customer service in the appropriate operation and maintenance of the publicly maintained Stormwater management facilities throughout Collier County, including the development and Implementation of the federally mandated National Pollutant Discharge Elimination system (NPDES) program. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 2.00 297,478 297,478 Funding for departmental administration and fixed department overhead. This program provides the base of operations for all other programs within the Stormwater Management Department. This program also coordinates and distributes information to all other staff within the Stormwater Management Department to provide a quick response to public calls and complaints related to localized f1oodino encroachments. and other drainaoe matters. NPDES 1.00 101,813 62,800 39,013 Funding is for the continued development of the federally mandated NPDES Phase II permit application. This funding is proposed to be raised through Fund 114 (Water Pollution Control Fund) and transferred to the Stormwater Manaaement Section Stormwater Capital ProjectJConsultant Management 3.00 465,535 465,535 Funding is for the management of Stormwater planning and deSign prOjects utilizing the services of professional consultants. This program included managing the construction of larger capital improvement projects for the County's secondary Stormwater management systems to maintain or improve level of service for flood orotection. water oualitv and aroundwater recharae. In.House Design/Project ManagementJGIS 4.00 367,174 367,174 Funding for the design of smaller Stormwater management capital improvement projects by staff engineering personnel. These projects are directed at reSOlving specific neighborhood drainage problems. Staff oversees the construction of these projects. This program will also utilize the in-house graphical capabilities of both staff and equipment to develop and maintain stormwater facilitv oeooraohical information svstem database information Big Cypress Basin Positions 2.00 116,900 116,900 The Big Cypress Basin of the South Florida Water Management District provides funding for two full time Collier County Government positions. The personnel will report directly to the Big Cypress Basin for workspace and assionments. Reserves / Transfers 36,300 1,205,500 -1,169,200 Current Level of Service Budget 12.00 1,385,200 1,385,200 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost laptop for NPDES 2,500 2,500 Expanded Services Budget 2,500 2,500 Total Proposed Budget 12.00 1,387,700 1,387,700 Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 12 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital Stormwater Management Operating Department (324) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,085,371 1,325,300 1,124,600 1,107,300 1,107,300 (16.4%) Operating Expense 47,737 180,300 78,100 241,600 241,600 34.0% Capital Outlay 1,273 2,500 2,500 oa Net Operating Budget 1,134,381 1,505,600 1,202,700 1,348,900 2,500 1,351,400 (10.2%) Reserves For Contingencies 34,700 67,400 67,400 94.2% Reserve for Attrition (17,900) (31,100) (31,100) 73.7% Total Budget 1,134,381 1,522,400 1,202,700 1.385,200 2,500 1,387,700 (8.8%) Total FTE 15.00 15.00 15.00 12.00 12.00 (20.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change SFWMD/Big Cypress Revenue 116,900 116,900 116,900 0% Reimb From other Depts 60,000 62,800 62,800 62,800 0% Net Cost General Fund 2,026 n. Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 1,028,000 1,444.900 1,444,900 930,500 930,500 (35.6%) Carry Forward (93,300) 44,300 284,000 2,500 286,500 (407.1%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (8,900) (9,000) (9,000) 1.1% Total Funding 1,090,026 1,522,400 1,489,200 1,385,200 2,500 1,387,700 (8.8%) Forecast FY 2007 _ Personal service forecast is less than the adopted budget, resulting from (1) FTE, a Surveyor position and two (2) FTE's for the Big Cypress Basin (which have not been funded by the BCB) remaining vacant. In the Operating Expenses, the $100,000 purchase of the Cartegraph 8tormView software will be deferred to FY 2008 Current FY 2008 _ Personal service expenditures reflect (3) FTE's that will be transfered to the Road and Bridge department (Fund 101). Operating expenses include the $100.000 Cartegraph StormView software that was deferred from FY 2007 and $55,000 implementation services. Note: _ On March 8, 2005, the Board adopted Resolution 2005-115 directing 0.15 mils of Ad Valorem revenues, to fund the Collier County Stormwater Utility, starting in FY06. The intent is to dedicate Ad Valorem dollars to Stormwater projects and than leverage these dollars to secure grant funding. Expanded 2008 _ To purchase a $2,500 laptop computer and related software to facilitate the inventory of the County stormwater facilities to comply with State of Florida's "Generic Permit for Discharge from Phase II Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System" (NPDES Phase II MS4 GP). Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 13 fd 325 SAP Pro. # )ri 510032 510058 510059 510075 510076 510141 5]0185 511011 511071 511331 511341 511351 51 ]361 511371 511381 511391 518031 510111 510186 510212 510222 510241 510251 510252 511401 511411 5]5011 tbd tbd tbd Appropriations: Stormwater Management Capital (325) Ad Valorem Pro'ect Globa] Positioning System Twin Lakes Interconn 14th St Outfall Improvements County Wide Swa]e Improvements Willow West Swale Maintenance Ibis Way & Lake "N" Improvements Gordon River Water Quality Park Le]y Area Stonnwate Improvrnents Avalon School Drainage Improve Wiggins Bay Basin - Old US 41 Outfall Bayshore & Thomason Drainage Imp Riviera Golf Estates - F]eur de Lis Ln Palm River Country Club Lane Victoria Lakes Outfall Improvements North Road and Gai] B]vd Ditch Encl Poinciana Village Drainage Improvements Gateway Triangle Improvements Haldeman Creek Basin Dredging Gordon River - Burning Tree SW bnprove Fish Branch Creek Box Culvert C-l Canal Crossing at 10th Street SE West Eustis Ave SW Improve Pine Ridge Area Surv Egret & Mockingbird Countywide Storm Sewer Improvements County Wide Stonnwater Conveyance Imrprove Australian Pine Removal Immokalee Urban Improvements NPOES-TMDL Program Stonnwater Master Plan Update Subtotal Captial Projects Interfund Transfer to fd 301 Transfer to 101 Road & Bridge Transfer to 216 (Fleischman Property) Reserves Total Appropriations 993252 510212 Revenue: Transfer from Oen Fd Transfer from I] 1 Transfer from 187 Grants: Australian Pine Rem Gordon River Water Q Gordon River Water Q Gordon River Water Q Gordon River Water Q Lely Area Stonnwater Iml SFWMD 4600000625 ($ Ldy Area Stormwater Iml SFWMD aT 060483 ($4 Lely Area Stormwater Iml SF\VMO PO PC P50]076 Le]y Area Stormwater 1m] SFWMD OT 060483-AO Lely Area Stonnwater Improvrnents Lely Area Stormwater Improvrnents Haldeman Creek Basin OJ OT040066. SFWMD Haldeman Creek Basin 01 Big Cypress Haldeman Creek Basin Ol City ofNap]es Ha]deman Creek Basin 01 contribution Gateway Triangle 1m SFWMD PO PC P501076 Gateway Triangle 1m SFWMD 4600000627 ($8 Gateway Triangle 1m Nap]es Bay _ SFWMD Gateway Triangle 1m grant _ SF\VMD MiscRev Carryforward Revenue Reserve 515011 510185 510185 510185 510185 511011 51 lOll 5110] 1 511011 511011 511011 510111 510111 510111 510111 51803] 518031 518031 5]8031 Big Cypress 07 funding OT050976 - SFWMD Florida C Trust Total Revenue FY07 FY07 As of FY08 Adopted Amended 5/14/07 I<'Y07 Requested Budl!et Budl!et EOCIEXD Forecast Budo-et 20,000 41,165 7,898 4J,200 (} 0 59,674 0 59,700 0 0 554,548 508,492 554.500 0 200,000 201,313 101 2()1.300 200.00() 0 400,000 64,516 400,000 () 200,000 700,000 123.972 700,000 300,000 7.800,000 10,228,689 202,116 10,228,700 500,000 6,271,200 7.408,518 6,650,677 7,408,500 10,299,200 0 340,000 324,070 340,000 () (} 81,725 76.715 8],700 500.000 0 26,950 26,950 26.900 400.000 88,000 145,703 141,103 145.700 (} 0 75,000 22,165 75,000 500,000 0 33.782 27,432 33,800 750,000 0 98,209 95.695 98,200 0 0 92,691 13,687 92.700 300,000 200,000 1,989,776 1.455,518 ],989,800 l,SOO,OOO 0 1,212,467 1,2]2,466 1.212,500 (} 0 250,000 250,000 250,000 () 77,000 125.287 52,]23 125,300 (} 0 (} () 600.000 0 39,550 38,720 39,500 5()(),OOO ]00,000 117,523 50,808 ] 17.500 () 0 64,550 10,614 64,600 250,000 100,000 519,271 352.370 519,300 200,000 100,000 521,818 22,255 52],800 200,000 500.000 1,188.000 1,]72.660 1,188,000 250,000 0 0 (} 4(){),OOO 0 0 0 325.000 0 0 0 500,000 15,656,200 I 26,516,209 I 12,903,123 26,516,200 18,474,100 I 47,100 47,100 47,100 47,100 44,300 (} 0 (} - 212,700 (} 0 0 940.700 801,700 801,700 0 J07.500 L 16,505,000 I 27,365,009 I 12,950,223 I 26,563,300 I 19,779,400 I 9,062,600 9,062,600 6,796,950 9,0()2,600 12,441,000 77.000 77,000 77,000 77,000 (} 0 529,000 529.000 529.000 () 0 0 0 () 250,000 250,000 0 250,000 250,000 450,000 450,000 (} 450,000 0 1.553,400 1,553,400 0 0 150,000 150,000 (} 0 0 ]00,000 0 1 (JO.O{JO () 1, 795.000 795,000 0 1,]90,000 J.OOO,OOO 0 400.000 400,000 0 400,000 (I 0 0 50,000 50,000 0 1 395,000 395,000 0 395,000 359,000 0 0 0 191,000 0 0 0 - 5,650,000 500,000 500.000 0 500.DOO () 500,000 500.000 0 0 211,000 211.000 0 80,000 0 40,000 40,000 0 40,000 (} 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 0 800.000 800,000 (} 400,000 400,000 100.000 100,000 0 10O.O()O 20G.OOD 0 0 0 175,000 0 0 5,550 5,500 0 ],675,500 1],906.509 0 12,413,900 (475,300) (499,500 (499,500 0 (4] 1,300 I 16,505,000 I 27,365,009 I 7,503,500 I 26,088,000 I ]9,779,400 I (} 0 Gordon River Water Quality Park construction contract is to be considered by the Board in September. and coordination of the Goodlette Frank Road improvements delayed the pemlilling process r (475,300) Locating the Freedom Memorial o 14 Stormwater Capital Projects - Fund 325 Requested for FY 08 FY08 Proj ect Total Nwnber Proiect Descriptions 510075 County Wide Swale Roadside swale maintenance improvement projects. All work will be 200,000 Improvements performed within existing roadway easements and ROW 510141 lbi5 Way & Lake Within the Palm River Estates - Project con5ist of replacement of 300,000 "Nn improvements exiting cnlverts and addition of culverts under the roadways. 510 185 Gordon River Water Pennitting and construction for a 50 acre water quality park located 500,000 Quality Park East of Goodlette-Frank Rd and North of Golden Gate Parkway within the City of Naples. This stormwater facility will provide flood protection, water quality treatment and passive recreation. 510222 C-I Canal Crossing Replace the existing 8' metallic culvert located between lOth Street SE 600,000 at 10th Street SE and lOth Ave SE with a hydraulically larger system. To provide flood orotection in Golden Gate Estates. 510241 West Eustis Ave. Within the Immokalee area between South 5th Street and CR 846 on 500,000 Stonnwater both sides of West Eustis Ave. - Project consists of improving Improvements immediate area roadside swales to gain a positive outfall route. 510252 Pine Ridge Area Egret Lake and Mockingbird Lake Outfall improvements 250,000 Imorovements 511011 Lely Area Proposed major improvements to the Lely Canal, Lely Branch Canal, 10,299,200 Stonnwater Improve and Lely-Manor Canal Systems in the East Naples area Proi 511331 Old US 41 Drainage Within the Wiggin Bay Basin - Project consist of addressing the 500,000 Improvements outfall route on the east side of Old US 41 511341 BaY5hore Dr & North of Thomasson Drive and east of Bayshore - project consists of 400,000 Thomasson Dr acquiring easements and reshaping the open drainage routs. Stormwater Imorovements 511361 Palm River County Installation of catch basin5 at the cul-de-sacs and install culvert pipe 500,000 Club lane connecting to outfall route. Imnrovements 511371 Victoria Park West Enclosing an existing open outfall route with culverts and inlets. 750,000 Outfall Imvrovements 511391 Poinciana Village Addressing the drainage within the Poinciana Village subdivision and 300,000 Stormwater outfall route. Imnrovements 511401 County Wide Storm Project i5 generic activity that will allow placement, replacement 200,000 Sewer and/or emergency work to take place within County Owned systems in Improvements order to alleviate or correct chronic flooding resulting from neglected or outlived facilities. The main project will serve as a source for the creation of WBS elements according to needs which are brought to the attention of the Stormwater Dept via AIMS issues, complaints from the public, input from Road & Bridge Dept, etc. 15 Stormwater Capital Projects - Fund 325 Requested for FY 08 FY 08 Project Total Number Pro; ect Descrintions 511411 County Wide To assist in maintenance and improvement of existing County 200,000 Stormwater secondary and tertiary systems, to help keep them free of litter, Conveyance overgrown vegetations, aquatic vegetation and sediments. Imnrovements 515011 Australian Pine Removal of Australian Pine Trees from stormwater management 250,000 Removal program drainage easements for flood control, property safety, and related and Mise lialiilitv issues. 518031 Gateway Triangle Improvements to existing inadequate drainage system in the Gateway 1,500,000 Imnrovements Trianole area includino imnlementation. tbd Immokalee Urban Stormwater improvements in the urban boundaries of Imrnokalee 400,000 Imnrovements tbd NPDES - TMDL Implement NPDES - TMDL program in accordance with Federal 325,000 nroQ:ram Clean Water Act tlid Master Plan Update Update the Stormwater Management program Master Plan that was 500,000 develoned in 1990. 16 . 18,474,200 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Transportation Capital Freedom Memorial (620) Mission Statement This fund is used to account for all donations received for the construction of the Freedom Memorial. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 49,000 45,000 4,000 36,600 40,600 -4,000 85,600 85,600 85,600 85,600 Program Summary Memorial Design & Construction Reserves FY 2008 Total FTE Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 6,700 49,000 49.000 n. Net Operating Budget 6,700 49,000 49,000 na ReseNes For Capital 4,000 36,600 36,600 815.0% Total Budget 4,000 6,700 86,600 85,600 2,040.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 540 43,600 45,000 45,000 n. Interest/Mise 203 1,200 na Carry Forward 4,000 4,800 42,900 42.900 972.5% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (2,300) (2,300) n. Total Funding 743 4,000 49,600 85,600 85,600 2,040.0% Forecast FY 06/07 - CarryfOlward represents donations collected in prior fiscal years. Forecast miscellaneous revenues are based on average monthly collections through March and are attributable to sales of memorial bricks and donations. Fiscal Year Z008 Capital Improvement Program 17 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Community Development & Environmental Services Division Organizational Chart Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 297.00 CD & ES Administration Office Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 21.00 Comprehensive Planning Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 14.00 Zoning & Land Development Review Dept Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 39.00 Engineering Services Department - Environ. Office Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 14.00 Building Review & Permiting Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 100.00 Code Enforcement Department Total Full-Time Equrvalents (FTE) = 52.00 CDES Administration Office of Operations Total Full-Time Equivalents (HE) = 22.00 Engineering Services Department Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 35.00 Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY200S FY 200S FY 200S FY 200S Division Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 17,394,440 20,867,600 19,592,600 19,617,100 19,617,100 (6.0%) Operating Expense 4,511,830 10,657,100 6,310,500 8,242,100 8,242,100 (22.7%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 1,353,100 1,751,000 1,751,000 1,901,000 1,901,000 8.6% Capita! Outlay 852,368 633,800 831,300 221,900 221,900 (65.0%) Grants and Aid 750,000 400,000 750,000 750,000 0% Remittances 1,190,330 2,568,100 1,201,800 1,908,100 1,908,100 (25.7%) Total Net Budget 25,302,069 37,227,600 30,087,200 32,640,200 32,640,200 (12.3)% Trans to General Fund 120,000 126,200 126,200 134,500 134,500 6.6% Trans to 101 Transp Op Fd 340,900 383,100 383,100 247,900 247,900 (35.3%) Trans to 111 Unincorp Gen Fd 1,746,600 1,699,200 1,699,200 390,700 390,700 (77.0%) Trans to 113 Com Dev Fd 538,000 620,000 620,000 260,000 260,000 (58.1%) Trans to 114 Pollutn Ctrl Fd 46,100 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 0% Trans to 131 Plan Serv Fd 202,100 178,000 178,000 260,000 260,000 46.1% Trans to 210 Debt Serv Fd 254,400 253,500 253,500 254,100 254,100 0.2% Trans to 215 Debt Serv Fd 281,200 50,000 4,620,900 (100.0%) Trans to 299 Debt Serv Fd 560,930 50,000 1,546,500 (100.0%) Trans to Cap Proj 2,285,000 ,. Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 323,700 600,900 600,900 573,300 573.300 (4.6%) Reserves For Contingencies 910,700 1,041,100 1,041,100 14.3% Reserves For Debt Service 1,066,100 966,100 966,100 (9,4%) Reserves for Capital 11,355,300 3,218,100 3.218,100 (71.7%) Reserves For Cash Flow 1,373,200 1,188,000 1,188,000 (13.5%) Reserve for Attrition (594,700) (554,000) (554,000) (6.8%) Total Budget 32,000,999 55,349,100 40,165,500 40,670,000 40,670,000 (26.5%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Department Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change CD & ES Administration Office 6,058,123 8,998,700 7,370,600 7,116,900 7,116,900 (20.9%) Comprehensive Planning Department 1,280.923 1,860,500 1.753,000 1,712,700 1,712,700 (7.9%) Zoning & Land Development Review Dept 2,796,039 3,421,100 2,919,200 2,961,200 2,961,200 (13.4%) Engineering Services Department- 1,088,047 1,413,000 1,280,900 815,500 815,500 (42.3%) Environ. Office Building Review & Permiting Department 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Code Enforcement Department 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% CDES Administration Office of Operations 1,504,146 1,854,600 1,799,400 1,693,700 1,693,700 (8.7%) Engineering Services Department 2.656,049 7,033,000 2,643,500 6,617,200 6,617,200 (5.9%) Total Net Budget 25,302,069 37,227,600 30,OS7,200 32,640,200 32,640,200 (12.30;') CDES Administration Office of Operations 542,500 492,500 492,500 (9.2%) Reserves and Tranfers 6,698,930 17,579,000 10,078,300 7,537,300 7,537,300 (57.1%) Total Transfers and Reserves 6,698,930 18,121,500 10,078,300 8,029,800 8,029,800 (55.7%) Total Budget 32,000,999 55,349,100 40,165,500 40,670,000 40,670,000 (26.5%) Fiscal Year 2008 , Community Development & Environmental Services Division 2 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Franchise Fees 132,968 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 0% CATV Franchise Fees 4,584,934 4,600,000 4.600,000 4,600,000 4,600,000 0% Licenses & Permits 8,312,614 8,422,300 5,032,200 5,668,800 5,668,800 (32.7%) Building Permits 10,814,043 10,459,300 6,503,700 7,015,000 7,015,000 (32.9%) Reinspection Fees 2,684,885 2,859,200 2,586,100 2,660,000 2,660,000 (7.0%) Intergovernmental Revenues 200,000 61,300 (100.0%) Charges For Services 4,492,855 4,530,100 3,297,200 3,433,100 3,433,100 (24.2%) Fines & Forfeitures 1,041,849 441,900 446,000 710,000 710,000 60.7% Miscellaneous Revenues 67,825 41,900 55.700 53,000 53,000 26.5% InterestlMisc 625,992 300,000 408,500 122,000 122,000 (59.3%) Assessments 47,930 5,100 60,000 35,000 35,000 586.3% Impact Fees oa Reimb From Other Depts 97,867 223,700 175,000 247,000 247,000 10.4% Net Cost General Fund 1,096,253 6,679,100 1,307,000 6,035,900 6,035.900 (9.6%) Net Cost MSTD General Fund (1,169,897) 1,397.700 1,586,700 488,600 488,600 (65.0%) Net Cost Community Development (1,393,930) (3,916,800) na Net Cost Planning Services (943.128) (4,040,600) na Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 896,917 159,800 159,800 747.400 747,400 367.7% Trans fm 111 MSTD Gen Fd 438,600 317.000 317,000 360,000 360,000 13.6% Trans fm 113 Comm Dev Fd 202,100 178,000 178,000 260,000 260,000 46.1% Trans fm 131 Dev Serv Fd 538.000 620,000 620,000 260,000 260,000 (58.1%) Trans fm 172 Conserv Collier Fd 3.000 4,000 4,000 (100.0%) Trans fm 310 CDES Cap Fd 260,000 260,000 na Carry Forward 15,226,400 21.207,500 8,498,900 8,498,900 (44.2%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,297.700) (904.700) (904,700) (30.3%) Total Funding 32,771,677 55,349,100 40,707,000 40,670,000 40,670,000 (26.5'/0) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Division Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change CD & ES Administration Office 18.00 18.00 21.00 2100 21.00 16.7% Comprehensive Planning Department 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 0% Zoning & Land Development Review Dept 38.00 38.00 39.00 39,00 39.00 2.6% Engineering Services Department - Environ. Offic 14.00 15.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 (6.7%) Building Review & Permiting Department 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 0% Code Enforcement Department 50.50 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.00 0% CDES Administration Office of Operations 21.00 21.00 22.00 22.00 22.00 4.8% Engineering Services Department 29.00 29.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 20.7% Total FTE 284.50 287.00 297.00 297.00 297.00 3.5"1. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 3 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY200S FY200S FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,431,988 1,486,500 1,536,300 1,472,300 1,472,300 (1.0%) Operating Expense 1,780,453 2,418,500 2,404,600 1,080,700 1,080,700 (55.3%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 1,333,600 1,736,400 1,736,400 1,881,800 1,881,800 8.4% Capital Outlay 321,752 39,200 91,500 24,000 24,000 (38.8%) Grants and Aid 750,000 400,000 750,000 750,000 0% Remittances 1,190,330 2,568,100 1,201,800 1,908,100 1,908,100 (25.7%) Net Operating Budget 6,058,123 8,998,700 7,370,600 7,116,900 7,116,900 (20.9%) Total Budget 6,058,123 8,998,700 7,370,600 7,116,900 7,116,900 (20.9%) FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Administration Office (113) 2,341,730 2,804,600 2,708,500 2,283,400 2,283,400 (18.6%) Administration Office (131) 2,637,450 2,761,000 2,647,500 2,160,400 2,160,400 (21.8%) Economic Development (001) 1,004,397 2,583,100 1,209,400 1,923,100 1,923,100 (25.6%) FEMA Flood Insurance Maps (111) 74,545 100,000 405,200 (100,0%) Impact Fee Deferral prog (002) 750,000 400,000 750,000 750,000 0% Total Net Budget 6,058,123 S,998,700 7,370,600 7,116,900 7,116,900 (20.9%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 6,058,123 8,998,700 7,370,600 7,116,900 7,116,900 (20.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change licenses & Permits 1,852,092 2,093,300 990,000 1,128,000 1,128,000 (46.1%) Building Permits 10,814,043 10,459,300 6,503,700 7,015,000 7,015,000 (32.9%) Reinspection Fees 2,071,603 2,070,000 2,258,600 2,300,000 2,300,000 11.1% Intergovernmental Revenues 200,000 na Charges For Services 805,578 689,300 404,100 469,000 469,000 (32.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 23,036 31,900 32,700 33,000 33,000 3.4% InteresVMisc 300,000 406,600 120,000 120,000 (60,0%) Assessments na Impact Fees na Reimb From Other Depts 16,606 75,000 75,000 180,000 180,000 140.0% Net Cost General Fund 1,004,397 2,583,100 1,209,400 1,923,100 1,923,100 (25.6%) Net Cost MSTD General Fund 74,545 100,000 405,200 (100,0%) Net Cost Community Development (11,550,231) (11,140,600) (7,135,200) (7,931,600) (7,931,600) (28.8%) Net Cost Planning Services 743,461 987,400 1,820,500 1,130,400 1,130,400 14.5% Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 750,000 150,000 150,000 747,400 747,400 398.3% Carry Forward 600,000 252,600 2,600 2,600 (99.6%) Total Funding 6,805,131 8,998,700 7,373,200 7,116,900 7,116,900 (20.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Administration Office (131) 13,00 11,00 14.00 12.00 12.00 9.1% Administration Office (113) 5.00 700 7.00 9.00 9.00 28.6% Total HE 18.00 18.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 16.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 4 . 5 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office Administration Office (131) Mission Statement The principal function is to provide executive level management and administrative support to all the Departments in the Community Development and Environmental Services Division. To provide strategic and operational planning, budgeting and financial management, operating results and accountability, staff and policy development and administrative and technical support to the Departments within Community Development and Environmental Services. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 8.00 594,200 490,000 104,200 This department provides administrative and technical support to the BCC, County Manager, Constitutional Agencies and Advisory Boards and executive level management to an departments within Community Development and Environmental Services. Fund Level Control 1,171,600 1,171,600 This department provides for the operation of the Development Services Building including the Departments within the Division and the Associated direct and indirect costs Impact Fee Administration 4.00 394,600 540,000 -145,400 Assess County Impact Fees within 24 hours of receipt in the Impact Fee Admin. Section of each building permit package, and perform impact fee calculations with less than 1 % of assessments requiring subsequent refunds due to calculation errors. Calculate estimates, maintain account ledgers and generally oversee the COA process. Administer all regulations set forth by the Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance. 2001~13, as amended, induding update studies, indexing of fees, and all other Impact Fee related issues. Operational expenses will be partially funded by the Impact Fee Trust Funds as set forth by the Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance, 2001-13, as amended. Section 74-203. Current Level of Service Budget 12.00 2,160,400 1,030,000 1,130,400 Total Proposed Budget 12.00 2,160,400 1,030,000 1,130,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Number of Building Permits Requiring Impact Fee Review 7,500 8,200 7,000 7,000 Total Amount of Impact Fees Collected 113,000,000 125,000,000 80,000,000 80.000,000 Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 6 I CollIer County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office Administration Office (131) FY2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal SeNices 1,032,120 965,800 1,003,300 797,200 797,200 (17.5%) Operating Expense 650,475 699,500 549,800 326,000 326,000 (53.4%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 718,300 1,085,700 1,085,700 1,030,200 1,030,200 (5.1%) Capital Outlay 36,556 10,000 8,700 7,000 7,000 (30.0%) Remittances 200,000 "a Net Operating Budget 2,637,450 2.761,000 2,647,500 2,160,400 2,160,400 (21.8"10) Total Budget 2,637,450 2,761,000 2,647,500 2,160,400 2,160,400 (21.8"10) Total HE 13.00 11.00 14.00 12.00 12.00 9.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY200a FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change licenses & Permits 1,138,382 1,271,100 531,700 560,000 560,000 (55.9%) lntergovernmental Revenues 200,000 "a Charges For Services 552,616 427,500 220,300 290,000 290,000 (32.2%) Reimb From Other Depts 75,000 75,000 180,000 180,000 140.0% Net Cost Planning SeNices 743,461 987,400 1,820,500 1,130,400 1,130,400 14.5% Total Funding 2,634,458 2,761,000 2,647,500 2,160,400 2,160,400 (21.8%) Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal services reflect the addition of two (2) Budget Analysts and a Citizen Liaison position which assists COES clients with their issues and concerns. Operating expenses are projected to be well under budget due to COES cost reduction efforts. Current FY 07108 - Within the CDES Business Management and Budget Office, four (4) FTEs from the Impact Fee Section are part of the Fund 131 Administrative Section. This is down from a compliment offive approved as part of the 07 budget. One (1) FTE is frozen and 1 FTE was transferred to Cashiering (113). Division Administration (131) contains eight (8) FTEs, with two (2) positions frozen. Overall, Personnel Services are projected to be reduced by 17.5%. Operating expenses have been reduced by 53.4%, leading to an overall total budget reduction within this section of 21.8%. The County-wide Indirect Cost Allocation for fund 131, which is budgeted in cost center 138909, is $1.030,200 for FY 07/08. Revenue FY 07108 - Overall fund 131 revenue is projected to decrease by 38% from FY 06/07 budgeted revenue. Budgeted FY 07/08 operating revenue is consistent with FY 06/07 actual forecast levels. These revenue decreases are indicative of the reductions in overall development activity within the County. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 7 8 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office FEMA Flood Insurance Maps (111) Mission Statement To work with representatives of FEMA to discuss our objections to the revised FEMA flood insurance rate maps and more importantty to obtain the needed engineering, scientific and topographic data to improve the accuracy of the flood maps. Program Summary Provide FEMA representatives with engineering, scientific and topographic data to imorove the accuraCY of the FEMA flood insurance maos. Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 74,545 100,000 405,200 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 74,545 100,000 405,200 (100.0%) Total Budget 74,645 100,000 405,200 (100.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost MSTD General Fund 74,545 100,000 405,200 (100.0%) Total Funding 74,645 100,000 405,200 (100.0%) Forecast 06/07 - Expenses reflect that portion of the FEMA mapping contract which rolled from the FY 05/06 budget year plus an additional $100,000 in FEMA mapping contractual expense which will be brought before the Board of County Commissioners prior to the end of fiscal FY 07. UFR 07/08 - COES is requesting $111,200 in UFR funding, which includes $50,000 for the FEMA flood insurance study and development of new Flood Insurance Rate Maps, which is a ongoing effort that will be entering production of the preliminary maps and initiation of a public notification process. This UFR also includes, $61,200 for the Community Rating System (CRS) program, which Is a part of the National Flood Insurance Program that the County voluntarily entered several years ago. This year will see an effort to complete the updating of the Floodplain Management Plan (FMP), a continuation of the Public Outreach associated with the FMP, and efforts to improve the County's class rating to increase the savings on flood insurance premiums from 15% to 20% for properties located in the "AE" and 'VE" flood zones. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 9 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office Administration Office (113) Mission Statement The principle function is to provide executive level management to all departments within the Community Development and Environmental Services Division. To provide strategic and operational planning, budgeting and financial management operating results and accountability; staff and policy development; and administrative and technical support to the BCC and County Manager, Constitutional Agencies and Advisory Boards. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 1.00 1,609,398 10,215,000 -8,605,602 This department provides maintenance and operation of the Development Services Building, including all operating supplies, and Fund 113 Indirect Cost Allocations Departmental Administration/Overhead 3.00 315,802 315,802 Divisional Manager of Financial Operations, Budget Analyst's and Senior Operations Analyst for Municipal Software. Responsible for CDES finances, budget prep, budget compliance, fee structures, and oversight of CDES Business System Reolacement oroiect Cash Management 5.00 358,200 358,200 Conduct cash receipting and daily financial reconciliation for all Development Services Center activities with a 99.95% accuracy rata. Includes the receipt of Building Permit fees, Land Development fees, and Impact Fees. Section also provides assorted cashiering services to the Transportation Division, EMS, and Code Enforcement. Current Level of Service Budget 9.00 2,283,400 10,215,000 -7,931,600 T otaf Proposed Budget 9.00 2,283,400 10,215,000 -7,931,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Number of Transactions Processed 99,572 90,000 77,000 77,000 Total Dollar Amount Processed 144.315,123 136,000.000 94,000,000 94,000,000 Fiscal Year 200B Community Development & Environmental Services Division 10 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office Administration Office (113) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 399,868 520,700 533,000 675,100 675,100 29.7% Operating Expense 1,041,367 1,604,000 1.442,000 739,700 739,700 (53.9%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 615,300 650,700 650,700 851,600 851,600 30.9% Capital Outlay 285,195 29,200 82,800 17,000 17,000 (41.8%) Net Operating Budget 2,341,730 2,804,600 2,708,500 2,283,400 2,283,400 (18.6%) Total Budget 2,341,730 2,804,600 2,708,500 2,283,400 2,283,400 (18.6%) Total FTE 5.00 7.00 7.00 9.00 9.00 28.6% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change licenses & Permits 713,710 822,200 458,300 568,000 568,000 (30.9%) Building Permits 10,814,043 10,459,300 6,503,700 7,015,000 7,015,000 (32.9%) Reinspection Fees 2,071,603 2,070,000 2,258,600 2,300,000 2,300,000 11.1% Charges For Services 252,963 261,800 183,800 179,000 179,000 (31.6%) Miscellaneous Revenues 23,036 31,900 32,700 33,000 33,000 3.4% InteresVMisc 300,000 406,600 120,000 120,000 (60.0%) Assessments ,. Reimb From Other Depts 16,606 ,. Net Cost Community Development (11,550.231) (11,140,600) (7,135,200) (7,931,600) (7,931,600) (28.8%) Total Funding 2,341,730 2,804,600 2,708,500 2,283,400 2,283,400 (18.6%) Forecast 06/07 - Expenses are projected below budget by 3.4% for this fiscal year. Current FY 07/08 -- Continuing on from FY 06/07, all direct, indirect and other major capital and one time Fund 113 related expenses will be shown within this administrative cost center to better track and monitor expense activity. Business Management and Budget Office financial management and software project related expenses are up moderately (29.7%) for FY 08 due to the addition of two Management and Budget Analysts mid-year during FY 07, who are working on overall Divisional financial management and the Municipal software system implementation. The Municipal Software Project (Fund 310) will transfer $130,000 to support the FTE's. Overall, FY 07/08 expenses are down 18.6% from the previous year. In addition to coordinating an aggressive cost savings effort throughout the Division, the Business Management and Budget Office is providing project management for the Municipal software system implementation. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 11 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office Economic Development (001) Mission Statement To be an effective force in improving the quality of life for all people in Collier County by promoting economic development initiatives which will diversify the economy, create high value added jobs, increase the average wage, facilitate capital formation, preserve and enhance the natural environment and enable all county residents to have a meaningful opportunity for upward mobility. Program Summary Economic Development Coordination Continue private/public partnership with the Economic Development (EDC); Facilitate meetings with prospective economic development clients. Maintain ongoing relationships with existing business and industry to foster a relationship that will enhance retention and expansion of said business and industry. Function as the major County interface with the EDC, ensuring all Programs and incentives are appropriately Manaaed. Manaoement time is absorbed into the FAH manaoement crouo. Economic Incentive Programs Establish and administer incentive programs geared towards high-wage targeted industries locating or expanding in Collier County; programs include: Immokalee Housing Impact Fee Deferral Program, Fee Payment Assistance Program, Broadband Infrastructure, Job Creation Investment, and the Property Tax Stimulus Ordinance. FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 415,000 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 415,000 1,508,100 1,508,100 Current Level of Service Budget 1,923,100 1,923,100 1,923,100 1,923,100 Total Proposed Budget FY2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 14,067 15,000 7,600 15,000 15,000 0% Remittances 990,330 2,568,100 1,201,800 1,908,100 1,908,100 (25.7%) Net Operating Budget 1,004,397 2,583,100 1,209,400 1,923,100 1,923,100 (25.6%) Total Budget 1,004,397 2,583,100 1,209,400 1,923,100 1.923,100 (25.6%) FY2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 1,004,397 2,583,100 1,209,400 1,923,100 1,923,100 (25.6%) Total Funding 1,004,397 2,583,100 1,209,400 1.923,100 1,923,100 (25.6-;.) Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast Private Remittances and Remittances to Other Governments total $1.201,800 reflecting continued support for the public/private economic development partnership in the amount of $400,000; plus $160,000 in additional approved funds to support EDC target marketing. Forecast incentive payments budgeted under Private Remittances include $608,800 for Fee Payment Assistance and $13.000 for Job Creation Investment. Remittances to Other Governments in support of the QTI program total $20,000. Current FY 07/08 - Remittances include $400,000 in matching funds supporting economic development programs through the Economic Development Council of Collier County. Funding also contemplates $50,000 for the Florida Qualified Target Industries Program. This budget includes $1.458,100 to continue four incentive programs - the Fee Payment Assistance Program; Job Creation Investment Program; Broadband Infrastructure Initiative; and Tax Stimulus Program. Incentive funding is budgeted under a pooled approach pursuant to BCC direction with no specific allocation per program. The Immokalee Impact Fee Deferral Program sunset in November 2006 and there was a one time 07 expense of $160,000 budgeted for EDC target marketing. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 12 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CD & ES Administration Office Impact Fee Deferral Prog (002) Mission Statement Increase the supply of affordable housing county-wide by managing the Impact Fee Deferral Fund providing for impact fee deferrals of County-imposed water and sewer Impact Fees. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 750,000 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Impact Fee Deferral Program Increase the supply of affordable housing county-wide by managing the Impact Fee Deferral Fund providing for impact fee deferrals of County-imposed water and sewer Imoact Fees 750,000 Current Level of Service Budget 750,000 750,000 Total Proposed Budget 750,000 750,000 FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Grants and Aid 750,000 400,000 750,000 750,000 0% Net Operating Budget 760,000 400,000 750,000 750,000 0% Total Budget 750,000 400,000 760,000 750,000 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Impact Fees na Trans fm 001 Gen Fund 750,000 150,000 150,000 747,400 747,400 398.3% Carry Forward 600,000 252,600 2,600 2,600 (99.6%) Total Funding 750,000 760,000 402,600 750,000 750,000 0% The Board of County Commissioners on June 28, 2005 approved an ordinance providing for an Impact Fee Deferral Program for owner-occupied affordable housing. This fund, with transfer revenue from the General Fund (001), is created to pay water/sewer impact fee deferrals pursuant to program parameters. The budget is based upon 150 households at $5,000 per household. Forecast FY 06/07 - Expenses are forecast at $400,000. Current FY07/0B - Payment in lieu of impact fees reimbursing the water and sewer fund are once again budgeted at $750,000. Transfer revenue from the General Fund (001) is budgeted at $747,400 with corresponding carry forward revenue from year ending FY 07 projected at $2,600. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 13 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Comprehensive Planning Department FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent BUdgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 950,507 1,347,800 1,213,200 1,324,300 1,324,300 (1.7%) Operating Expense 330,417 507,700 534,800 383,400 383,400 (24.5%) Capital Outlay 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 0% Net Operating Budget 1,280,923 1,860,500 1,753,000 1,712,700 1,712,700 (7.9%) Total Budget 1,280,923 1,860,500 1,753,000 1,712,700 1,712,700 (7.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Comprehensive Planning Department 1,189,068 1,764,500 1,657,000 1,598,300 1,598,300 (9,4%) (111) SW FI Regional Planning Council (001) 91,856 96,000 96,000 114,400 114,400 19.2% Total Net Budget 1,280,923 1,860,500 1,753,000 1,712,700 1,712,700 (7.9%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 1,280,923 1,860,500 1,753,000 1,712,700 1,712,700 (7.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 2,206 na Net Cost General Fund 91,856 96,000 96,000 114,400 114,400 19.2% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 1,186,861 1,764,500 1,657,000 1,598,300 1,598,300 (9.4%) Total Funding 1,280,923 1,860,500 1,753,000 1,712,700 1,712,700 (7.9%) FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Comprehensive Planning Department 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 0% (111) Total FTE 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 14 I Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Comprehensive Planning Department SW FI Regional Planning Council (001) Mission Statement To provide membership in the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council as mandated by the State and Regional Planning Act of 1984, which declares that all counties within a comprehensive planning district must be members of their regional planning council. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 114,400 114,400 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 114,400 114,400 Membership In SWFRPC Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget 114,400 114,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 91,856 96,000 96,000 114,400 114,400 19.2% Net Operating Budget 91,856 96,000 96,000 114,400 114,400 19.2"10 Total Budget 91,856 96,000 . 96,000 114,400 114,400 19.2-Jo FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 91,856 96,000 96,000 114,400 114,400 19.2% Total Funding 91,856 96,000 96,000 114,400 114,400 19.2% Current FY 07/08 - Membership is based upon a population count of 381 ,333 at a cost of $0.30 per resident. Membership is not mandated by State Statute. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 15 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Comprehensive Planning Department Comprehensive Planning Department (111) Mission Statement To perform comprehensive and planning community specific long range planning functions and activities for Collier County consistent with State and Board of County Commissioners planning initiatives, as outlined in the County's Growth Management Plan (GMP), and as mandated by pertinent Florida Statutes and the Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.); provide planning technical assistance to, and interpret the GMP, for various agencies, departments and organizations within County government and the community; manage and implement the County Stewardship Credit System and Transfer of Development Rights (TOR) Program; provide statutorily mandated support to the Collier County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA); and undertake community specific planning studies, surveys and improvement plans in response to community based initiatives. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 16 Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Comprehensive Planning Department Comprehensive Planning Department (111) Program Summary Department Administration/Overhead Department administration; general clerical, secretarial and Technical support; office manaaement and fixed oaeratina exoenses Growth Management Plan (GMP) Monitoring, update, implementation, interpretation and amendment of the goals, obiectives. oolicies and oroorams of the GMP. Mandated bv Chaater 163. F.S. Concurrency Management System/AUIR Provide oversight and interpretation of the concurrency management system regulations and prepare the Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities (AUIRl. Mandated bv Rule 9J.5. F AC. GMP Consisting Reviews Prepare consistency with the GMP goals objectives and pollces reviews for all petitions for conditional use (CU), straight rezones and Planned Unit Developments (PUD). Mandated by the GMP Ord. No. 89-05, as amended, and Chaater 163. F.B. Evaluation and Appraisal Report/land Dev Code Prepare the EAR Compliance Agreement. Required by Chapter 163.3191 F.S. Prepare land Development code (lOG) to implement amendments to the GMP and provide interpretation of the lDC relative to the GMP goals, objective, policies and programs required, implementing regulations for the GMP Ord. 89-05. as amended. Reauired bv Chaoters 163.3194 and 163.3201. F.S. Rural land Stewardship Area (RlSA) Implementation of the RlSA Stewardship Credit System and the review and evaluation of applications for establishment of Stewardship Sending Areas (SSA) and Stewardship Receiving Areas (SRA). Prepare five (5) year RlSA GMP assessment Rural FringelTransfer of Development Rights (TOR) Implementation of the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District, management and administration of the Sending and Receiving designated lands; and the Transfer of Development Rights (TOR) program including the issuance of TOR Credit Certificates. Maintain the Collier County TDR Reaistrv_ East of CR951 Services & Infrastructure Horizon Study Provide Project Manager and support Horizon Study inter agency working group to develop a long-range infrastructure and services plan for eastern Collier County. Provide project management and support for the interactive arowth model. Comm Planning & Redev; COO: Special Dist; Special ProJ Conduct community specific planning studies, surveys and improvement plans in response to community based initiatives and periodic Board direction. Process, review and prepare recommendations to the BCC on applications to establish Community Development District (COD) per Chapter 190, Florida Statutes and other Special Districts such as Chapter 189, F .S" dependent and independent districts. Provide staffing and support for implementation of the Inter-local agreement with the Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) for coordinated planning for schools and public facilities impacts ad required by Chapters 163.31777 and 235.193, F.S. Maintain liaison with Dept of Comm Affairs on ongoing Growth Management issues, litigation, settlement agreement negotiations; respond to legislative and regulatory changes to Florida Statutes and the Florida Administrative Code, respond to BCC and County Attorney directed studies and analvsis Oemographic and Economic Analysis I Fiscal Impact Model Prepare and maintain current demographic and annual popuiation projections based on the adopted GMP Methodology; respond to requests for demographic data; Annually update and publish the Economic and Demographic Prome; annually update and publish the Industrial land Use and Commercial land Use Studies; update the Collier County Build Out Study. Install and apply the "Collier calibrated" Fiscal Impact Model (FlAM) developed by Fishkind and Associates and DCA for the assessment of development approvals impacts on the tax base, public services, and public facilities required by the GMP and the RlSA Overlav District and for Rural Villaoes in the RFMUD of the LOC. FY 2008 Total FTE 3.00 FY 2008 Budget 528,465 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 528,465 2.00 230,956 230,956 1.00 71,166 71,166 1.00 78,048 78,048 1.00 65,880 65,880 1.00 83,771 83,771 1.00 98,940 98,940 1.00 156,387 156,387 1.00 113,107 113,107 1.00 99,326 99,326 FIscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 17 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Comprehensive Planning Department Comprehensive Planning Department (111) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Customer Service 1.00 72,254 72,254 Provide professional planner and technical assistance for petitioners at pre-application conferences, commissioner constituent inquiries and the Public on a "walk-in~ conlinoent dailv demand basis Current Level of Service Budget 14.00 1,598,300 1,598,300 Total Proposed Budget 14.00 1,598,300 1,598,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities (AUIR) 1 1 1 1 Community Development Districts/Special Districts Approved 10 15 5 6 Demographic and Economic Profile 1 1 Development Orders/Rezone/PUD GMP Consistency Reviews 250 250 100 75 EAR based GMP Amendments Adopted 400 100 300 Growth Management Plan (GMP) Amendment Petitions Processed 16 20 15 14 Growth Management Plan Amendment Cycles Conducted 1 1 2 3 Stewardship Receiving Areas (SRA) Approved 1 3 1 Stewardship Sending Areas (SSA) Approved 3 10 4 4 Transfer of Development Rights (TOR) Issued and Recorded 1,500 1.200 1,500 1,500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 950,507 1,347,800 1,213,200 1,324,300 1,324,300 (1.7%) Operating Expense 238,561 411,700 438,800 269,000 269,000 (34.7%) Capital Outlay 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 0% Net Operating Budget 1,189,068 1,764,500 1,657,000 1,598,300 1,598,300 (9.4%) Total Budget 1,189,068 1,764,500 1,657,000 1,598,300 1,598,300 (9.4%) Total FTE 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 0"10 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 2,206 na Net Cost MSTD General Fund 1,186,861 1,764,500 1,657,000 1,598,300 1,598,300 (9.4%) Total Funding 1,189,068 1,764,500 1,657,000 1,598,300 1,598,300 (9.4%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 18 . Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Comprehensive Planning Department Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal services are projected below budget due to continuing staff openings through the first half of FY 06/07 The majority of department revenue is realized via transfer from those county-wide operations utilizing comprehensive planning services. Comprehensive planning services are provided to the Planning Fund (131) and the General Fund (DOl) reflecting this department's service in providing county-wide growth management functions - such as concurrency management and growth management planning. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services reflect maintenance of current operations through 14 funded FTE's. Operating expenses are down significantly with the decrease of contractual services from an approved FY 06/07 budget of $220,000 to a budget request of $50,000. The previous year request included money to offset legal/planning consulting services connected with the public school facilities model and interactive growth model. The overall budget request for this department shows a 9.4% decrease (-$166,200) over the previous fiscal year. Transfer revenue (traditionally 50% of Departmental funding) for FY 08 is down 25% reflecting the decreased cost of Comprehensive Planning Operations and projected reduced workload related to current planning activity. Transfer revenue totals $615,700, and includes $390,700 and $225,000 in transfer dollars from Planning Fund 131 and General Fund (001) respectively. Transfers are shown at the Fund 111 summary level. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 19 Collter County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Zoning & Land Development Review Dept FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,329,428 2,876,200 2,488,700 2,593,800 2,593,800 (9.8%) Operating Expense 446,940 530,900 424,500 362,400 362,400 (31.7%) Capital Outlay 19,671 14,000 6,000 5,000 5,000 (64.3%) Net Operating Budget 2,796,039 3,421,100 2,919,200 2,961,200 2,961,200 (13.4%) Total Budget 2,796,039 3,421,100 2,919,200 2,961,200 2,961,200 (13.4%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Zoning & land Development Review 202,201 220,000 225,400 301,300 301,300 37,0% (111) Zoning & land Development Review 2,593,838 3,201,100 2,693,800 2,659,900 2,659,900 (16.9%) (131) Total Net Budget 2,796,039 3,421,100 2,919,200 2,961,200 2,961,200 (13.4%) Total Transfers and Reserves "" Total Budget 2,796,039 3,421,100 2,919,200 2,961,200 2,961,200 (13.4%) FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 1,289,652 1,105,900 1,092,800 1,151,000 1,151,000 4.1% Charges For Services 3,234,095 3,385,800 2,300,700 2,414,000 2,414,000 (28.7%) Miscellaneous Revenues 100 "a Net Cost MSTD General Fund 202,201 220,000 225,400 301,300 301,300 37.0% Net Cost Planning Services (1,930,008) (1,290,600) (699,700) (905,100) (905,100) (29.9%) Total Funding 2,796,039 3,421,100 2,919,200 2,961,200 2,961,200 (13.4%) FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Zoning & land Development Review 3,00 3,00 4.00 4.00 4.00 33.3% (111) Zoning & land Development Review 35.00 35.00 35,00 35.00 35.00 0% (131) Total FTE 38.00 38.00 39.00 39.00 39.00 2.6% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 20 Colher County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Zoning & Land Development Review Dept Zoning & Land Development Review (111) Mission Statement To provide accurate, expeditious, and courteous front counter service to the developers and general public. Oversee necessary amendments to the land Development Code to ensure compliance with State Statute and the Florida Comprehensive Planning Regulations and to protect the welfare of the general public and resources of Collier County. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Front Counter Planning Assistance 3.00 196,460 196,460 Assist general public 45 hours per week at Customer Service Counter at the Development Services Center; assist Building Department in review of Commercial Building Permits; review and approve Zoning Certificates for all new and relacating businesses, and issue Temporary Use Permits for special events and model homes land Development Code Revisions 1.00 104,840 104,840 Coordinate and process all revisions and amendments to the Land Development Code based on the direction of the Board of County Commissioners and the Collier County Plannino Commission. Current Level of Service Budget 4.00 301,300 301,300 Total Proposed Budget 4.00 301,300 301,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Front Counter Activity 25,186 27,300 22,718 22,263 Number of lOC Amendments 102 124 124 120 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 186,407 203,900 209,300 285,200 285,200 39.9% Operatlng Expense 15,794 16,100 16,100 16,100 16,100 0% Net Operating Budget 202,201 220,000 225,400 301,300 301,300 37.0"/. Total Budget 202,201 220,000 225,400 301,300 301,300 37.0% Total FTE 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 33.3"10 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost MSTD General Fund 202,201 220,000 225,400 301,300 301,300 37.0% Total Funding 202,201 220,000 225,400 301,300 301,300 37.0% Current FY 07/08 - Personal services include a complement of four (4) FTE's with the transfer of one (1) position from 131 Zoning and land Development. Zoning (131) staffing was maintained at 35 with the transfer of one position from Environmental (111). Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 21 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Zoning & Land Development Review Dept Zoning & Land Development Review (131) Mission Statement It is the Department's goal to oversee the implementation of land Development Code and Subdivision Regulations in a competent, accurate, expeditious, cost effective and courteous manner, while furthering the objectives of the Board of Commissioners, County Manager, Advisory Boards, and the general public. The Zoning Department is responsible for the implementation of the Collier County Growth Management Plan as required under Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes. This Plan is implemented through application of the Collier County land Development Code and Subdivision Regulations as required in Chapter 177, Florida Statutes. The enterprise~funded portion of the Zoning Department is responsible for providing planning and zoning assistance to the general public and is staff liaison to the Planning Commission, the Historic and Archaeological Board and the Board of County Commissioners. Technical assistance is provided to the Development Services Advisory Committee and to several other Board appointed advisory committees, FY 200B FY 200B FY 200B FY 200B Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 6.00 485,229 3,565,000 -3,079,771 Oversee all departmental functions, including personnel matters, cuslamer service standards and operational functions for the Department of Zoning and Land Develooment Review. Land Development Code Implementation Process 29.00 2,174,671 2,174,671 Implementation of the Land Development Code; process land development oetitions' review site alans: review olats: interoret the Land Develooment Code Current Level of Service Budget 35.00 2,659,900 3,565,000 -905,100 Total Proposed Budget 35.00 2,659,900 3,565,000 -905,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200B Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Building Permit Reviews for Zoning Compliance 3.167 3.570 3,398 3,218 Land Use Petitions Processed at Front Counter Activity 113 130 117 100 Pre-Application Meetings 467 562 450 345 Site Development Plans Processed New Submittals - SDP, SDPA, SDPl, 426 473 520 450 SIP Zoning Verifications 237 200 195 200 FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,143,021 2,672,300 2,279,400 2,308,600 2,308,600 (13.6%) Operating Expense 431,146 514,800 408,400 346,300 346,300 (32.7%) Capital Outlay 19,671 14,000 6,000 5,000 5,000 (64.3%) Net Operating Budget 2,593,838 3,201,100 2,693,800 2,659,900 2,669,900 (16.9%) Total Budget 2,593,838 3,201,100 2,693,800 2,659,900 2,659,900 (16.9%) Total HE 36.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 1,289,652 1,105,900 1,092,800 1,151,000 1,151,000 4.1% Charges For Services 3,234,095 3,385,800 2,300,700 2.414,000 2.414,000 (28.7%) Miscellaneous Revenues 100 no Net Cost Planning Services (1,930,008) (1,290,600) (699,700) (905,100) (905,100) (29.9%) Total Funding 2,593,838 3,201,100 2,693,800 2,659,900 2,659,900 (16.9%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 22 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Zoning & Land Development Review Dept Forecast FY06/07 - Personal services are projected to be under budget with the mid.year freezing of 5 FTEs, executed in response to dedining fee revenue. Operating expenses are also projected to be under budget due to a variety of cost saving measures put into place mid-year. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services expenses decreased in FY 07/08 by 13.6% from the previous year's budget due to the freezing of 5 FTEs and the targeting of an additional 2 FTEs to be frozen following attrition. After the transfer of one (1) FTE to Zoning (111), one position from Environmental (111) was subsequently added to Zoning (131) maintaining the complement of 35 authorized FTE's. Operating and Capital expenses for FY 07/08 are down due to decreases in such areas as legal advertising, travel, training, and furniture. In addition to cost saving measures designed to correctly size this Department to anticipated FY 07/08 workloads, the Zoning and Land Development Review Department is taking a prominent role in a variety of efforts to improve the efficiency of application review and permit issuance processes. This department is not only leading efforts on the implementation of the new Municipal City View land use system's planning module, but is providing staff to review process improvement efforts throughout the Division with a emphasis on improving the integration of review processes across CDES Departments. This Department has also provided multiple members to the CDES Better Business Initiatives Team, which is an employee driven effort to foster process improvements. Revenue FY07/08 - Current FY 06107 forecast fee revenue for the entire Planning Fund (131) is expected to fall approximately 38% under budgeted levels. For FY 07/08 fee revenue is budgeted at this actual level, a 38% reduction from the previous year's level. This is a reflection of the reduced planning/construction activity within the County. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 23 24 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department - Environ. Office FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 943,371 1,162,400 1,076,100 645,100 645,100 (44.5%) Operating Expense 117,824 246,000 200,900 170,400 170,400 (30.7%) Capital Outlay 26,852 4,600 3,900 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 1,088,047 1,413,000 1,280,900 816,500 815,500 (42,3%) Total Budget 1,088,047 1,413,000 1,280,900 815,500 815,500 (42.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Environmental Services (111) 580,914 796,500 631,100 294,200 294,200 (63.1%) Environmental Services (131) 507,133 616,500 649,800 521,300 521,300 (15.4%) Total Net Budget 1,088,047 1,413,000 1,280,900 815,500 815,500 (42.3%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 1,088,047 1,413,000 1,280,900 815,500 815,500 (42.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 87,050 43,300 22,800 25,000 25,000 (42.3%) Intergovernmental Revenues 61,300 (100.0%) Charges For Services 249,720 277,600 261,100 254,000 254,000 (8.5%) Reimb From Other Depts 39,530 50,000 50,000 (100.0%) Net Cost MSTD General Fund 486,814 685,200 581,100 294,200 294,200 (57.1%) Net Cost Planning Services 224,933 295,600 365,900 242,300 242,300 (18.0%) Total Funding 1,088,047 1,413,000 1,280,900 815,500 815,500 (42.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Deparbnent Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Environmental Services (131) 9.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 25.0% Environmental Services (111) 5.00 7.00 4.00 4,00 4.00 (42.9%) Total FTE 14.00 15.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 (6.7%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 25 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department - Environ. Office Environmental Services (131) Mission Statement The purpose of the Environmental Review Section is to ensure that all land use petitions and development activities conform to the environmental requirements of the Growth Management Plan and the land Development Code (lDC) and to maintain the environmental sections of the lDC. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Environmental Review and Permitting 10.00 521,300 279,000 242,300 Issuance of various environmental permits such as vegetation removal and coastal construction setback line permits. Review of land use petitions site development plans for environmental compliance with the LDC and GMP Provides technical suaaort and coordination to the EAC Current Level of Service Budget 10.00 521,300 279,000 242,300 Total Proposed Budget 10.00 521,300 279,000 242,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Building Permit Reviews 131 483 308 308 EAC Meetings 12 12 12 12 Environmental Permits Issued 156 120 76 76 GMP Consistency/Amendment Reviews 8 32 7 7 Percentage of Reviews Performed On Time 46 95 95 95 Zoning/Engineering Reviews 994 1,021 1,090 1,090 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 467,638 578,400 601,800 493,200 493,200 (14.7%) Operating Expense 35,704 38,100 48,000 28,100 28,100 (26.2%) Capital Outlay 3,792 na Net Operating Budget 507,133 616,500 649,800 521,300 521,300 (15.4%) Total Budget 507,133 616,500 649,800 521,300 521,300 (15.4%) Total HE 9.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 25,0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 32,550 43,300 22,800 25,000 25,000 (42.3%) Charges For Services 249,650 277,600 261,100 254,000 254,000 (8.5%) Net Cost Planning Services 224,933 295,600 365,900 242,300 242,300 (18.0%) Total Funding 507,133 616,500 649,800 521,300 521,300 (15.4%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 26 I Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department - Environ. Office Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal services are slightly over budget with the addition of two (2) mid year FTE's approved by the BCC. The subsequent slump in 131 revenue resulted in implementation of current year cost savings efforts which resulted in 4 positions within the cost center being frozen. Two positions were frozen following attrition, and an additional two individuals were reassigned to positions outside of this cost center, and their vacant positions were frozen behind them. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services are reduced by 14.7% from the previous year's adopted budget, which reflects a reduction to six (6) funded positions within this cost center. This cost center (178984), along with the Environmental Services Department fund 111 cost center (178980), will be combined with Engineering Department cost centers to form the new Engineering and Environmental Services Department for FY 07/08. It is anticipated that cost savings will occur from the elimination of redundant administrative functions, and through efficiencies gained in review and inspection processes. In addition to cost saving measures, this section is actively participating in the Municipal Software implementation project, with the goal of creating enhanced environmental review processes which directly lead to further improvements in review time frames. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 27 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department - Environ, Office Environmental Services (111) Mission Statement The purpose of this fund is to budget for the implementation of activities that provide for the development of various environmental plans and regulations. Program Summary Environmental Planning and Regulation Development Support to the Habitat Conservation Plan Advisory Committee (HCPAC), revision of the Manatee Protection Plan (MPP), implementation, coordination and revision to the GMP Conservation and Coastal Management Element, LDC Amendment support, review of Stewardship Sending Area (SSA) Applications and TDR Restoration Plans, development and maintenance of GIS environmental data, support to the Environmental Review Section as necessarv FY 2008 Total FTE 4.00 FY 2008 Budget 294,200 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 294,200 Current Level of Service Budget HCPAC Meetings MPP Stakeholder Group Meetings SSAlTDR Reviews 4.00 294,200 294,200 4.00 294,200 294,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Actual Budget Forecast Budget 18 18 6 5 5 Total Proposed Budget Program Performance Measures FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 475,733 584,000 474,300 151,900 151,900 (74.0%) Operating Expense 82,120 207,900 152,900 142,300 142,300 (31.6%) Capital Outlay 23,060 4,600 3,900 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 580,914 796,500 631,100 294,200 294,200 (63.1%) Total Budget 580,914 796,500 631,100 294,200 294,200 (63.1%) Total HE 5.00 7.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 (42.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 54,500 na Intergovernmental Revenues 61,300 (100.0%) Charges For Services 70 na Reimb From Other Depts 39,530 50,000 50,000 (100.0%) Net Cost MSTD General Fund 486,814 685,200 581,100 294,200 294,200 (57.1%) Total Funding 580,914 796,500 631,100 294,200 294,200 (63.1%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 28 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department - Environ. Office Forecast FY 06/07 - Overall, forecast expenses are projected to be well below budget with the earty fiscal year CDES reorganization which moved two (2) staff members to the Public Services Division and one (1) FTE to Administrative Services. Additionally, a subsequent mid-year reorganization is combining the CDES Environmental Services Department and the CDES Engineering Department in a single group, with an additional 2 FTEs from this cost center being moved into Fund 131. This includes the fanner Environmental Services Director position, which is being consolidated with the former Engineering Director position into a single Engineering and Environmental Services Director position within Fund 131. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services reflect a complement of two funded (2) FTE's, down from the previous year's seven (7) positions as discussed above. Two (2) administrative positions within this cost center are frozen. Budgeted total expenses are $502,300 below last years level reflecting reduced personnel and operating expenses due to the re-organization and emphasis upon environmental review as opposed to natural resource projects. Revenue FY 07/08 - Revenue from the Florida Boating Improvement Program will be shown under the new MSTD (111) Coastal Zone Management Cost Center within the Public Services Division following the re-organization which transferred all natural resource project functions out of CDES. UFR FY 07/08 - This un-funded request (UFR) in the amount of $100,000 is for a Post-Development Pollutant Loading Study. This study, which would be funded from MSTD Fund (111), is required by the recently adopted EAR-based amendment to Conservation and Coastal Management Element Policy 2.3.6 of the County's Growth Management Plan. The study wilt be designed to gather data that will assess the accuracy of current methodologies evaluating nutrient loadings from storm water management systems. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 29 30 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Building Review & Permiting Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 5,586,983 6,935,200 6,613,600 6,367,500 6,367,500 (8.2%) Operating Expense 778,734 1,137,400 995,600 808AOO 808AOO (28,9%) Capital Outlay 257,610 266,000 317,000 35,000 35,000 (86.8%) Net Operating Budget 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Total Budget 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Building Review & Permitting (113) 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Total Net Budget 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 6,623,327 8,33f!.,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 6,814 na Reimb From Other Depls 41,731 na Net Cost Community Development 6,574,781 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Total Funding 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Building Review & Permitting (113) 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 0% Total FTE 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Deveiopment & Environmental Services Division 31 Collwr County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Building Review & Permiting Department Building Review & Permitting (113) Mission Statement To provide fast, efficient, courteous customer service to the citizens of Collier County in the review and issuance of building permits; to provide quality, timely inspections for all structures under construction for compliance with the codes in effect at the time of permitting; and to prevent harm to the public caused by unlicensed and unscrupulous contractors. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 5.00 850,540 850,540 Funding for departmental administration and departmental overhead. Building Permit Processing 18.00 941,470 941,470 Provide review and assistance to customers with the processing of there buildino aermits within 1 hour of their arrival Inspections and Plans Review 68.00 4,797,974 4,797,974 Review and process residential permits within 5 working days and commercial permits within 14 working days; to provide quality inspections within 24 hours of receiot of reauest. Contractor Licensing 8.00 553,686 553,686 Investigate complaints within 24 hours and cite unlicensed contractors. Required Permitting Presence 1.00 67,230 67,230 Providing permitting service through a regional office located in Immokalee. Current level of Service Budget 100.00 7,210,900 7,210,900 Total Proposed Budget 100.00 7,210,900 7,210,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Number of Building Inspections Conducted 225,696 310,000 200,000 200,000 Number of Contractors Licensing Contacts 9,342 8,600 8,600 8,600 Number of Inspections per Inspector per Day 31 27 20 20 Number of Permits Issued 46.131 50,000 31,000 31,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted FOr&Cast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 5,586,983 6,935,200 6,613,600 6,367,500 6,367,500 (8.2%) Operating Expense 778,734 1,137,400 995,600 808,400 808,400 (28.9%) Capital Outlay 257,610 266,000 317,000 35,000 35,000 (86.8%) Net Operating Budget 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Total Budget 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Total HE 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 6,814 oa Reimb From Other Depts 41,731 ca Net Cost Community Development 6,574,781 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Total Funding 6,623,327 8,338,600 7,926,200 7,210,900 7,210,900 (13.5%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 32 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Building Review & Permiting Department Forecast 06/07 - Total appropriations are projected to be well below budget, with cost savings measures reducing operating expenses and a hiring freeze reducing personnel costs. Current building pennit related revenue within Fund 113 (consolidated within Admin cost centers) is running approximately 28% less than budgeted levels. Current FY07/08 - Responding to the slowing level of development activity in the County, the FY 07/08 Building Department budget undertakes a variety of cost saving strategies which have reduced its requested personnel budget by 8.2%, reduced operating expenses by 28.9%, and reduced capital expenditures by 86.8% (primarily vehicle replacement deferral) There is $35,000 budgeted for replacement of data processing and office equipment. Personnel actions include freezing 8 FTEs. While the FTE count remains at 100, funded FTE's for the department drops to ninety two (92). Operating reductions include the elimination of funding for contracted inspection services to assist with inspection demand overflows, the elimination of recruitment expenses, and large reductions in furniture, supplies, travel, and other related expenses. Capital expenses have been greatly reduced by deferring the scheduled replacements of inspector vehicles, with non-inspector vehicles (assigned to Departmental staff) throughout the Division being re-assigned to inspector staff as necessary. Reassigned Departmental vehicles will not be replaced. In addition to these cost saving measures, the Building Department is aggressively participating in a variety of efforts with the goal of improving operational efficiency. The implementation of the Municipal Software system, with project management provided by the Business Management and Budget Office, is expected to automate a large variety of currently manual processes. Efforts such as the CDES Better Business Initiatives Team, and internal work flow studies, are working on designing streamlined processes to leverage the software project's potential benefits. Fee revenue and workload demands are being monitored and reported on a monthly basis, and a detailed plan is in place to further reduce costs if it becomes warranted. Such actions include the further reduction of FTEs, and placing staff such as field inspectors on part-time schedules. Revenue FY 07/08 - In keeping with current work demand levels, total operating revenue for FY 07108 is budgeted at $10.1 million, which is down from the FY 06/07 budgeted $14.1 million. This year's expenditure plan within Fund 113 shows a fund balance (carryforward) of $3.9 million. This fund balance was reduced from the year ending 06 fund balance of $12.4 million. This reserve reduction is attributable primarily to planned early defeasance of GDES building debt ($4.4M); and an anticipated operating loss of $2.8 million during 07 year. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 33 34 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Code Enforcement Department FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,685,235 3,171,800 3,151,000 3.402,200 3,402,200 7.3% Operating Expense 550,787 930,700 938,300 984,900 984,900 5.8% Capital Outlay 59,393 205,600 305,100 125,000 125,000 (39.2%) Net Operating Budget 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% Total Budget 3,295,414 4,30S,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4,7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 200S FY 200S Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Code Enforcement (111) 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% Total Net Budget 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% Total Transfers and Reserves n. Total Budget 3,295,414 4,30S,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 634,821 601,300 364,900 673,800 673,800 12.1% Charges For Services 173,483 168,500 322,600 285,100 285,100 69.2% Fines & Forfeitures 1,041,849 441,900 446,000 710,000 710,000 60.7% Assessments 47,930 5,100 60,000 35,000 35,000 586.3% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 1,397,332 3,091,300 3,200,900 2,808,200 2,808,200 (9.2%) Total Funding 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 200S FY 200S FY2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Code Enforcement (111) 50,50 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.00 0% Total HE 50.50 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.00 0% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 35 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Code Enforcement Department Code Enforcement (111) Mission Statement Ensure compliance with the LOC, zoning and minimum housing codes through effective enforcement. Provide daily code enforcement patrol and complaint case development and resolution from voluntary compliance to court and board directed compliance to enhance and preserve property values and community standards. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 36 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Code Enforcement Department Code Enforcement (111) Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead Supervise daily operations of investigative and customer service staff. Provide direction and implement policies. Provide quality customer service; orchestrate all staff training; prepare training material; prepare documents related to compensation administration; maintain training files and: prepare a variety of deoartmental oresentations. Base Operation - Coastal Area Enforcement of land Development Codes and Regulations, implement enforcement of lDC in accordance with Chapter 163.3202, Florida State Statutes. Regulations include but are not limited to, subdivision of land, use of land waste, noise, minimum housing and vehicle parking within the Coastal Area Base Operation-Rural Enforcement of land Development Codes and Regulations, implement enforcement of lDC in accordance with Chapter 163.3202, Florida State Statutes. Regulations include but are not limited to, subdivision of land, use of land waste, noise, minimum housing and vehicle parking within the Rural County. Base Operatlon-Immokalee Enforcement of land Development Codes and Regulations, implement enforcement of lDC in accordance with Chapter 163.3202, Florida State Statutes. Regulations include but are not limited to, subdivision of land, use of land waste, noise, minimum housing and vehicle parking within the Immokalee Area Base Operations-Evenings & Commercial Enforcement of land Development Codes and Regulations, implement enforcement of lDC in accordance with Chapter 163.3202, Florida State Statutes. Regulations include but are not limited to, subdivision of land, use of land waste. sian control. noise. minimum housina and vehicle aarkino. Environmental and Sign Specialists Enforcement of land Development Codes and Regulations, implement enforcement of lDC in accordance with Chapter 163.3202, Florida State Statutes. Regulations include but are not limited to, illegal clearing, PUD monitorina. veoetation removal. and sian control. Customer Service Provide quality customer service, answer daily calls, document complaints, prepare mailings and maintain database. AdminJsters Rental Registration Prooram, PVAC Enforcement Provides quality customer service to the Vehicle for Hire Industry, processes and reviews all application for certificates to operate, complete vehicle inspections, issues permits. Performs all duties for the Administration of Vehicle for Hire Prooram. CEB & Special Master Coordination Provide quality customer service, answer daily calls regarding Code Enforcement Board actions, prepare Executive Summaries, compile legal documents for CEB meetings, track official recording of legal documents, maintain database. Provide quality customer service, orchestrate all training for staff, prepare training material, prepare documents related to compensation administration, maintain files of completed training, prepare a variety of presentations far the deaartment. Fiscal Services Provide quality customer service to the general public, staff and outside agencies. Prepare files for contested citations, prepare reports, track revenues aenerated saecific to the issuina aoencv. Rental Registration & Housing Inspectors Provide quality customer service, conduct inspections of rental dwellings to identify deficiencies as they relate to Minimum Housing requirements. Enforcement of land Development Codes and Regulations, implement enforcement of LDC in accordance with Chapter 163.3202, Florida State Statutes. Compile data, maintain database, prepare reports, and prepare and send invoices for reaistrations. FY 2008 Total FTE 4.00 8.00 10.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 7.50 1.50 1.00 2.00 3.00 FY 2008 Budget 993,023 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost -710,877 1,703,900 665,649 665,649 778,467 778,467 170,308 170,308 417,711 417,711 469,224 469,224 426,622 426,622 142,627 142,627 96,212 96,212 114,594 114,594 237,663 237,663 Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 37 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Code Enforcement Department Code Enforcement (111) Current Level of Service Budget 52.00 4,512,100 1,703,900 Total Proposed Budget 52.00 4,512,100 1,703.900 2,808.200 2.808.200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Average Square Miles per Investigator 62 62 62 62 Average Visits per Case 3 3 3 3 Number of Citations Processed 5.003 5,000 5,000 5,000 Number of Code Enforcement Board Cases 96 90 100 100 Number of Enforcement Activities 28,007 28.000 28.000 30,000 Number of Rental Inspections 146 500 150 150 Number of Rental Registrations Processed 5.870 7.000 6,000 6,000 Number of Rental Units Registered 16,394 16,000 16.000 16,000 Number of Sign Violations 7,500 7.500 7,500 7,500 Number of Special Master Cases 362 430 400 400 Number of Vehicle for Hire Certificates to Operate Issued 81 85 65 65 Number of Vehicle for Hire Driver IDs Issued 1,626 1,400 1,400 1.000 FY2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,685,235 3,171,800 3,151,000 3,402,200 3,402,200 7.3% Operating Expense 550,787 930,700 938,300 984,900 984,900 5,8% Capital Outlay 59,393 205,600 305,100 125,000 125,000 (39.2%) Net Operating Budget 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% Total Budget 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% Total FTE 50.50 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.00 0% FY2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 634,821 601,300 364,900 673,800 673,800 12.1% Charges For Services 173,483 168,500 322,600 285,100 285,100 69.2% Fines & Forfeitures 1,041,849 441,900 446,000 710,000 710,000 60,7% Assessments 47,930 5,100 60,000 35,000 35,000 586.3% Net Cost MSTD General Fund 1,397,332 3,091,300 3,200,900 2,808,200 2,808,200 (9.2%) Total Funding 3,295,414 4,308,100 4,394,400 4,512,100 4,512,100 4.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 38 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Code Enforcement Department Forecast 06/07 - Personal Services are projected to be below budget due to position vacancies which occurred during the fiscal year. Operating expenses are projected to exceed budget by $7,600 primaJily in the area of training and uniforms. Capital expenses are forecast to exceed budget due to a contract expense roll connected with the planned and budgeted vehicle laptop program which was delayed from FY 05/06. Current FY 07/08 - Personal Service expenses are projected to increase approximately 7.3%, due to compensation for professional certifications and budgeted standard county-wide COLA and merit increases. Noteworthy operating expense increases include; fleet maintenance ($28,000) and other contractual services ($35,000), Rent payable to Fund (113) is budgeted at $100,000. Capital expenses are decreasing due to a $46,000 reduction in vehicle replacement costs; and a $34,600 in planned computer replacement expenses. Overall, cost center 138911-111 is showing a modest 4.7% increase in the FY07/08 budget request. In addition to cost saving measures, the Code Enforcement Department will be the initial phase of the Municipal Software system implementation effort within CDES. It is anticipated that process efficiencies through the automation of tasks, and process improvements through enhanced access to technologies such as GIS, will lead to further opportunities to improve the cost of providing services. Revenue - Forecast revenue is sllghtfy below budget ($23,300) reflecting a conservative estimate due to the seasonal nature of rental housing registration and subsequent renewals. Fines from Special Master collections exceeds budget. For FY 07/08, revenue from licenses, pennits is expected to grow with activity and licensing awareness. Projected increases in fines and citations reflect business before the Code Enforcement Board. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 39 40 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department BUdgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,116,369 1,261,100 1,237,100 1,244,700 1,244,700 (1.3%) Operating Expense 283,383 521,300 469,700 406,200 406,200 (22.1%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 19,500 14,600 14,600 19,200 19,200 31.5% Capital Outlay 84,894 57,600 78,000 23,600 23,600 (59.0%) Net Operating Budget 1,504,146 1,854,600 1,799,400 1,693,700 1,693,700 (8.7%) Reserves For Contingencies 5,800 11,400 11,400 96.6% Reserves For Capital 506,600 447,000 447,000 (11.8%) Reserves For Cash Flow 30,100 34,100 34,100 13.3% Total Budget 1,504,146 2,397,100 1,799,400 2,186,200 2,186,200 (8.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Address,Switchboard,& Records Mgt 916,104 1,066,600 1,059,800 992,800 992,800 (6.9%) (113) Franchise Administration Element (111) 90,444 146,700 140,100 106,600 106,600 (27.3%) GIS/CAD Mapping Section (131) 389,879 436,600 409,000 366,900 366,900 (16.0%) Utility Regulations Fund (669) 107,719 204,700 190,500 227,400 227,400 11.1% Total Net Budget 1,504,146 1,854,600 1,799,400 1,693,700 1,693,700 (8.7%) Total Transfers and Reserves 542,500 492,500 492,500 (9.2%) Total Budget 1,504,146 2,397,100 1,799,400 2,186,200 2,186,200 (8.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Franchise Fees 132,968 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 0% CATV Franchise Fees 4,584,934 4,600,000 4,600,000 4,600,000 4,600,000 0% Miscellaneous Revenues 23,160 10,000 23,000 20,000 20,000 100.0% InterestlMisc (1,579) na Reimb From Other Depts 98,700 50,000 67,000 67,000 (32.1%) Net Cost MSTD General Fund (4,517,650) (4,463,300) (4,482,900) (4,513,400) (4,513,400) 1.1% Net Cost Community Development 916,104 1,066,600 1,059,800 992,800 992,800 (6.9%) Net Cost Planning Services 389,879 436,600 409,000 366,900 366,900 (16.0%) Carry Forward 534,500 559,400 538,900 538,900 0.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (6,000) (6,000) (6,000) 0% Total Funding 1,527,816 2,397,100 2,338,300 2,186,200 2,186,200 (8.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Address,Switchboard,& Records Mgt 14,00 14.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 14.3% (113) GIS/CAD Mapping Section (131) 6.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 (20.0%) Utility Regulations Fund (669) 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 0% Total HE 21.00 21.00 22.00 22.00 22.00 4.8% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 41 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations Address,Swilchboard,& Records Mgl (113) Mission Statement To provide secure scanning/digital conversion, and switchboard functions, digital conversion, records management and storage/retrieval services related to Building Review and Permitting records of the Community Development and Environmental Services Division as required by the Florida Department of State and Florida Statutes. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 776,900 Records Management/Switchboard/Digital Conv Management/maintenance of permitting records and timely response to public records requests as required by the Department of State Records Management and Florida Statutes. Switchboard support of division in the Development Services Center by reception, directing calls, and taking and receiving messages, and customer service duties as required. Digital Conversion, document imaging of hardcopy to electronic, of all vertical construction permit documents Petition Support and Addressing Compliance Enforcement Clerical, technical and site review support of petition processing and legal address assignment for all proposed projects during Site Development Plan and subdivision review processes. Coordinates with E911, EMS, Sheriff, Property Appraiser, Fire Districts and other service providers to eliminate duplicate names and ensure compliance through enforcement of the E911 Addressing Ordinance. 12.00 4.00 215,900 Current Level of Service Budget 16.00 992,800 Total Proposed Budget 16.00 992,800 Program Performance Measures Number of Customers Served by Addressing Number of Customers Served by Records Room Staff Number of Customers Served by Switchboard Number of Incoming Phone Calls Answered by Switchboard Number of Job Site Copies Made by Records Room Staff Number of On-Site Field Checks for Addressing Number of Plans/Petitions Final Projects Reviewed and Mailed FY 2006 Actual 16.516 11,640 2,258 175,000 742 4,900 2,560 4,900 3,000 FY 2007 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 776,900 215,900 992,800 992,800 FY 2007 FY 2008 Forecast Budget 16,000 16,000 10,800 10,800 1,400 1.400 170,000 170,000 450 450 100 100 3,400 3,400 FY 200S FY200S Proposed Change 776,700 1,8% 201,300 (26_8%) 14,800 (48.6%) 992,SOO (6.9%) 992,SOO (6.9%) 16.00 14.3% 185,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgeta'Y Cost Summa'Y Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Personal Services 658,477 762,900 765,200 776,700 Operating Expense 195,607 274,900 255,800 201,300 Capital Outlay 62,020 28,800 38,800 14,800 Net Operating Budget 916,104 1,066,600 1,059,800 992,800 Total Budget 916,104 1,066,600 1,059,800 992,800 Total FTE 14.00 14.00 16.00 16.00 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Community Development 916,104 1,066,600 1,059,800 992,800 992,800 (6_9%) Total Funding 916,104 1,066,600 1,059,800 992,800 992,800 (6.9%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 42 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal Services are projected slightly above budget with the addition of one Records Room Supervisor and one Call Center Associate added mid -year FY 07 and approved by the BCC on June 20, 2006 and January 9, 2007. While these positions were added, subsequent revenue shortfalls in Fund (113) led to cost reduction measures which mitigated much of the personal service increase. Capital is over budget with the purchase of replacement data processing equipment which could not be deferred. Current FY 07/08 - Personal service expenses are up 1.8%. One (1) FTE is frozen and one (1) FTE will be eliminated through attrition. Operating and capital cost reductions have the overall budget down 5.37% in the Scanning and Records cost center, and down in Addressing a total of 12.09%. Capital expenses include replacement data processing and office equipment. These cost centers, and the remaining cost centers of GIS / Mapping, Utility Regulation, and Cable Administration from the fanner Operations Support and Housing Department (OSH) have been combined in the CDES Office of Operations reporting directly to the CDES Administrator. In addition to on-going cost saving measures, this section is actively involved in the Municipal Software system implementation project, with significant improved efficiencies in the addressing process expected. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 43 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations GIS/CAD Mapping Section (131) Mission Statement To provide GIS/CAD mapping and technical support to the Community Development and Environmental Services Division, and on a contract or need basis, to other departments and/or agencies. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget 366,900 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Zoning Atlas, Data Layer Maintenance and Technical Support Maintain, edit and update the County's Official Zoning Atlas computer files. Provide technical support to Engineering, Current and Comprehensive Planning, including rezone exhibits/property owner lists and support for the County's Growth Management Plan. Provide Technical and GIS/CAD support to other departments within the Division and on a contract or as needed basis, to departments outside the Division and the public. Maintain, edit and update the GIS!911 Addressina database for utilization bv all Counlv aaencies. 4.00 366,900 Current level of Service Budget 4.00 366,900 366,900 Total Proposed Budget 4.00 366,900 366,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Pertormance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Rezone Exhibits Mapped Within 60 Days of Recording 264 260 255 255 Subdivisions and Rezones Mapped within 60 days of Recording 60 46 60 55 Zoning Atlas Maps Updated 816 1.250 1.200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 311,663 349,200 325,700 301,000 301,000 (13,8%) Operating Expense 58,234 61,400 46,900 59,900 59,900 (2.4%) Capital Outlay 19,982 26,000 36,400 6,000 6,000 (76.9%) Net Operating Budget 389,879 436,600 409,000 366,900 366,900 (16.0%) Total Budget 389,879 436,600 409,000 366,900 366,900 (16.0%) Total HE 6.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 (20.0%) FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Planning Services 389,879 436,600 409,000 366,900 366,900 (16.0%) Total Funding 389,879 436,600 409,000 366,900 366,900 (16.0%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 44 . Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal services are projected below budget, with one GIS Tech position transferred to Addressing mid-year. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services are budgeted to decrease by 13.8% with the position transfer. Overall expenses are down 16.0%, mainly from large cuts in capital equipment expenses. Principal expenses in this cost center are related to mapping supplies, and to training for professional GIS staff. Capital outlay is budgeted for replacement GIS/CAD software. In addition to cost saving measures, this section is playing the central role in the GIS integration into the new Municipal Software system. GIS functionality will be available in all the system's modules, and is expected to greatly improve application review process time frames. This cost center, and the remaining cost centers of Records, Addressing, Utility Regulation, and Cable Administration from the former Operations Support and Housing Department (OS H) have been combined in the CDES Office of Operations reporting directly to the CDES Administrator. This function is supported in part (25% of cost center expense) by a transfer from MSTD General Fund (111) which is reflected at the fund level. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 45 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations Franchise Administration Element (111) Mission Statement To negotiate and administer telecommunications licenses and cable franchises, monitor associated fees and customer service standards that ensure quality services for the residents of Collier County. Current level of Service Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 106,600 4,620,000 -4,513,400 106,600 4,620,000 -4,513,400 106,600 4,620,000 -4,513,400 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Actual Budget Forecast Budget 1 1 2 2 250 250 1,000 1,000 100 100 100 100 Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead/Customer Service To administer telecommunications licenses and cable franchises operating in unincorporated Collier County while monitoring quality of service and customer service issues Total Proposed Budget Program Performance Measures Franchises and RenewalsfTransfers Processed Number of Customer Complaints and Inquiries Percent Completed Within Statutory Timeframe FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 71,664 na Operating Expense 18,780 146,700 140,100 106,600 106,600 (27.3%) Net Operating Budget 90,444 146,700 140,100 106,600 106,600 (27.3%) Total Budget 90,444 146,700 140,100 106,600 106,600 (27.3%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change CATV Franchise Fees 4,584,934 4,600,000 4,600,000 4,600,000 4,600,000 0% Miscellaneous Revenues 23,160 10,000 23,000 20,000 20,000 100.0% Net Cost MSTD General Fund (4,517,650) (4,463,300) (4,482,900) (4,513,400) (4,513,400) 1.1% Total Funding 90,444 146,700 140,100 106,600 106,600 (27.3%) Current FY 07/08 - Collier County receives a portion of the State Communication Services Tax paid by communication providers. Staff projects franchise fee revenue for FY 08 to total $4,600,000. Operating expenses for FY 08 total $106,600, which is down 27.3% from the previous year, and include a $10,000 consultant contingency for cable contract renewals. Interdepartmental charges to Fund (669) are budgeted at $67,100 and represent salaries and overhead for work performed by staff in that section. This cost center, and the remaining cost centers of GIS / Mapping, Utility Regulation, Addressing, and Records from the former Operations Support and Housing Department (OSH) have been combined in the CDES Office of Operations reporting directly to the COES Administrator. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 46 47 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations Utility Regulations Fund (669) Mission Statement To provide effective and efficient regulation of privately owned water, bulk water, and wastewater utilities, providing service within the unincorporated areas of Collier County and the City of Marco Island, and the timely resolution of customer inquiries pertaining to quality utility service Program Summary Departmental Administration and Enforcement Departmental administration and enforcement of enabling ordinance and supplemental rules of the Board regarding water, bulk water, and wastewater utility regulation of investor-owned utilities; to provide administrative support to the Collier County Water and Wastewater Authority; to review, audit, and make recommendations as appropriate regarding territorial boundaries, rate tariffs, rate investigations, and standard operating procedures of utilities subject to local reaulalfon Customer Service To provide timely research and resolution of customer inquiries regarding utility service, billing, customer relations, as related to private utilities under reaulatolV iurisdiction of the Board of Counlv Commissioners Reserves Contingencies may include health, safety and welfare issues connected with operation and maintenance of privately owned utilities should the Collier County Water and Wastewater Authority or the BCC be appointed by the Court as receiver of utilities that are in financial distress or abandoned. Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE 1.50 FY 2008 Budget 164,004 0.50 63,396 492,500 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 164,004 63,396 492,500 2.00 719,900 Total Proposed Budget 2.00 719,900 Program Performance Measures FY 2006 Actual FY 2007 Budget 225 20 100 12 Customer Inquiries Other Utility Actions Percent Resolved Within 72 Hours Rate Adjustment Applications/Actions 200 20 100 12 719,900 719,900 FY 2007 Forecast 2,500 50 100 20 FY 2008 Budget 2,500 50 100 20 Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 48 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division CDES Administration Office of Operations Utility Regulations Fund (669) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 74,565 149,000 146,200 167,000 167,000 12.1% Operating Expense 10,762 38,300 26,900 38,400 38,400 0.3% Indirect Cost Reimburs 19,500 14,600 14,600 19,200 19,200 31.5% Capital Outlay 2,892 2,800 2,800 2,800 2,800 0% Net Operating Budget 107,719 204,700 190,500 227,400 227,400 11.1% Reserves For Contingencies 5,800 11,400 11,400 96.6% Reserves For Capital 506,600 447,000 447,000 (11.8%) Reserves For Cash Flow 30,100 34,100 34,100 13.3% Total Budget 107,719 747,200 190,500 719,900 719,900 (3.7%) Total FTE 1.00 2.00 2.00 2,00 2.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Franchise Fees 132,968 120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000 0% InteresVMisc (1,579) na Reimb From other Depts 98,700 50,000 67,000 67,000 (32.1%) Carry Forward 534,500 559,400 538,900 538,900 0.8% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (6,000) (6,000) (6,000) 0% Total Funding 131,389 747,200 729,400 719,900 719,900 (3.7%) Forecast FY 06/07 - Forecast personal services are projected slightly below budget and reflect a complement of two (2) FTE's, Operating expenses are also forecast below budget. Current FY 07/08 - Personal SelVices expenses are up 12,1 % reflecting a position reclassification plus budgeted salary adjustments. Overall expenses are down 3.7%, with operating and capital expenses remaining constant from the previous fiscal year, and a 11.8% decrease in reserves for capital. The potential exists for a rate case connected with the Orange Tree Utility. Should a rate case ensue, the consultant fee could approach $250,000 which would be paid from reserves. Simultaneous with any rate case, staff expects to approach the BGG and request a rate adjustment from the current 2% of revenue to as much as 3.5% of revenue, Gross utility revenue currently totals approximately six (6) million dollars annually and 2% of this figure produces fund revenue of $120,000. This cost center, and the remaining cost centers of GIS I Mapping, Records, Addressing, and Cable Administration from the former Operations Support and Housing Department (OSH) have been combined in the COES Office of Operations reporting directly to the GOES Administrator. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 49 50 r Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,350,560 2,626,600 2,276,600 2,567,200 2,567,200 (2.3%) Operating Expense 223,292 4,364,600 342,100 4,045,700 4,045,700 (7.3%) Capital Outlay 82,197 41,800 24,800 4,300 4,300 (89.7%) Net Operating Budget 2,656,049 7,033,000 2,643,500 6,617,200 6,617,200 (5.9%) Total Budget 2,656,049 7,033,000 2,643,500 6,617,200 6,617,200 (5.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Engineering (131) 2,496,485 2,814,000 2,448,700 2,372,200 2,372,200 (15.7%) Planned Unit Development (PUD) 159,564 219,000 193,200 246,600 246,600 12.6% Monitoring (131) Watershed Mangement Plan Study (001) 4,000,000 1,600 3,998,400 3,998,400 0% Total Net Budget 2,656,049 7,033,000 2,643,500 6,617,200 6,617,200 (5.9%) Total Transfers and Reserves oa Total Budget 2,656,049 7,033,000 2,643,500 6,617,200 6,617,200 (5.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 FY2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 4,449,000 4,578,500 2,561,700 2,691,000 2,691,000 (41.2%) Reinspection Fees 613,282 789,200 327,500 360,000 360,000 (54.4%) Charges For Services 27,712 8,900 8,700 11,000 11,000 23.6% Miscellaneous Revenues 200 "a Net Cost General Fund 4,000,000 1,600 3,998,400 3,998,400 0% Net Cost Planning Services (2,434,204) (2,343,600) (256,000) (443,200) (443,200) (81.1%) Carry Forward "a Total Funding 2,656,049 7,033,000 2,643,500 6,617,200 6,617,200 (5.9%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Engineering (131) 26.00 26.00 29.00 29.00 29.00 11.5% Watershed Mangement Plan Study (001) 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 100.0% Planned Unit Development (PUD) 2.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 100.0% Monitoring (131) Total FTE 29.00 29.00 35,00 35.00 35.00 20.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 51 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department Engineering (131) Mission Statement It is the Department's goal to oversee the implementation Land Development Code and Subdivision Regulations in a competent, accurate, expeditious, cost effective and courteous manner, to provide an efficient review and approval of subdivisions, SOP's, SIP's and Insubstantial Changes and to provide inspection services of infrastructure construction to assure compliance with County Standards. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 2.00 400,917 3,062,000 ~2,661,083 Fund for department administration and fixed departmental overhead Engineering Review 14.00 1,001,418 1,001,418 Technical review and approval of plans for subdivisions. SOP's, SIP's and Insubstantial chanaes. Convevance of Utilities. Engineering Inspections 13.00 969,865 969,865 Inspections of infrastructure construction. inspection of all single family units for drainage right of way, landscaping, and well inspections, Support to the PUD Monitorino Proaram Current Level of Service Budget 29.00 2,372,200 3,062,000 -689,800 Total Proposed Budget 29.00 2,372,200 3,062,000 -689,800 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Engineering Building Inspections 23,277 27,000 25,750 25,750 Number of Well Inspections (New and Reinspections) 1.726 1,400 1.000 1,000 Site Development Plans Processed New Submittals - SDP, SDPA, SDPI. 426 520 520 450 SIP Subdivision Plans Processed New Submittals - PPl, PPLA. CNSTR. FP. 119 91 91 94 ICP Utilities Conveyance (Preliminary and Final) 300 300 300 250 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,233,558 2,495,100 2,113,900 2,130,900 2,130,900 (14,6%) Operating Expense 184,408 277,100 310,000 239,500 239,500 (13.6%) Capital Outlay 78,520 41,800 24,800 1,800 1,800 (95_7%) Net Operating Budget 2,496,485 2,814,000 2,448,700 2,372,200 2,372,200 (15.7%) Total Budget 2,496,485 2,814,000 2,448,700 2,372,200 2,372,200 (15.7%) Total FTE 26.00 26.00 29.00 29.00 29.00 11.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Licenses & Permits 4,449,000 4,578,SOO 2,S61,700 2,691,000 2,691,000 (41.2%) Reinspection Fees 613,282 789,200 327,500 360,000 360,000 (54.4%) Charges For Services 27,772 8,900 8,700 11,000 11,000 23_6% Miscellaneous Revenues 200 oa Net Cost Planning Services (2,S93,768) (2,562,600) (449,200) (689,800) (689,800) (73.1%) Total Funding 2,496,485 2,814,000 2,448,700 2,372,200 2,372,200 (15.7%) Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services DiviSion 52 I CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department Forecast FY 06/07 - The BCC on January 9, 2007 approved three new Engineering positions increasing staff to twenty nine (29) FTE's. Personal services expenses are projected to under budget due to mid-year cost reduction measures which included freezing 4 positions. An additional position from this section has been transferred to Fund 001 - Watershed Management Cost Center. Operating and capital expenses are projected to be below budget. with items such as vehicle replacements placed on hold. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services are budgeted to decrease by 14.6% from the previous year's amended budget due to 4 FTEs currently frozen and unfunded, and 2 FTEs targeted for attrition and unfunded. One Operations Analyst position which has been assigned to the software replacement project will be funded via a transfer from project Fund (310). Operating and capital expenses are down with reductions in other contractual services of $45,000, and a $40,000 reduction in capital vehicle replacements. Overall, the budget for this cost center in down 15.7% for the previous year's adopted budget. For FY 07/08, the Engineering Department, which includes this cost center (138327) and PUD Monitoring (138220) will be combined with the former Environmental Services Department to form the new Engineering and Environmental Services Department. Cost savings are anticipated to occur from the elimination of redundant administrative functions and other review / inspection efficiencies within the new Department, as reflected by the 13 positions within this new combined Department that will be frozen and unfunded for FY 07/08. In addition to ongoing efforts to realize cost efficiencies, this Department is actively involved in the Municipal Software implementation project, with an Operations Analyst assigned to the project on a full time basis. This analyst is part of a larger team reviewing all work flow processes within the planning fund, and insuring that streamlined and improved processes are incorporated into the new software which will be carried forward into the Divisions daily activities. Revenue FYQ7/08 - Overall revenue for Fund 131, which includes this department, is anticipated to be down 38.2% from the previous fiscal year's adopted budget, which is equal to the actual revenue numbers fOr FY 06/07 to date. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services DivIsion 53 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department Watershed Mangement Plan Study (001) Mission Statement The purpose of Watershed Management Plans is to provide for a comprehensive assessment and implementation activities to ensure that surface and ground water including estuarine systems, wetlands systems and wildlife are properly protected from land use activities. The Watershed Management Plans are required by Objective 2.1 of the Growth Management Plan's Conservation and Coastal Management Element. Watershed Management Plan Provide the staffing to hire and oversee consultants to develop the required Watershed Management Plans ('NMP's), allacate funds for consulting services and other data aatherina activities needed for WMP's Current Level of Service Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 2.00 3,998,400 3,998,400 2.00 3,998,400 3,998,400 2.00 3,998,400 3,998,400 Program Summary Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY200r FY 2007 FY 200S FY 2008 FY200S FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 223,700 223,700 oa Operating Expense 4,000.000 1,600 3,773,200 3,773,200 (5,7%) Capital Outlay 1,500 1,500 na Net Operating Budget 4,000,000 1,600 3,998,400 3,998,400 0% Total Budget 4,000,000 1,600 3,998,400 3,998,400 0% Total FTE 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 100.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY200S Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost General Fund 4,000,000 1,600 3,998,400 3,998,400 0% Total Funding 4,000,000 1,600 3,99S,400 3,998,400 0% Forecast 06/07 - Program is in its infancy with minor operating costs expended. Current 07/08 - The BGG as part of the 07 approved budget allocated $4,000,000 in General Fund (001) money to fund this initiative. This proposed budget does not anticipate the engagement of a consultant until FY 08 and thus the original 07 budget allocation less that spent in 07 is programmed for FY 08. Two (2) FTE's were transferred from Fund (111) Environmental and Fund (131) Engineering to support this initiative. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 54 f Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department Planned Unit Development (PUD) Monitoring (131) Mission Statement It is the goal of the Section to ensure and verify that all approved densities and/or intensities of the land are not exceeded and to ensure that all developer commitments are met. Proving assistance to community associations for pre and post association transitional needs and education is a tandem goal. Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE PUD Monitoring This Section directs the monitoring of all County PUD's pursuant to Section 10.02.13.F of the Land Development Code including the determination of PUD sunsetting, build out and of DRI Development Order build out. 4.00 FY 2008 Budget 246,600 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 246,600 Community Assaciation transitional needs are met through the point of contact and the Governmental Public Outreach Program which is inclusive of; . Hasting two (2) Property Owner Association President's Day Meetings . Publishing four (4) Newsletters * Developing an Emergency Primary and Secondary Contact database, and * Suppornng the efforts to develop a Community Association Manual and tutorial DVD's to expand the Community Association member's knowledge of laws and reauirements aovernino communal orooertv Current Level of Service Budget 4.00 246,600 246,600 Total Proposed Budget 4.00 246,600 246,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Homeowners Association Turnover Presentations and Meetings 25 40 30 40 Number of Annual Monitoring Reports to edit, review and track 422 404 400 400 Number of Scheduled Audits Completed 100 100 100 100 PUD Annual Monitoring Reports Sufficiency Regs Resolved 63 189 100 100 Respond to calls per month from PUD respondents & HOA 100 125 200 250 FY 2006 FY2007 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 117,002 131,500 162,700 212,600 212,600 61.7% Operating Expense 38,885 87,500 30,500 33,000 33,000 (62.3%) Capital Outlay 3,677 1,000 1,000 oa Net Operating Budget 159,564 219,000 193,200 246,600 246,600 12.6% Total Budget 159,564 219,000 193,200 246,600 246,600 12.6% Total FTE 2.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 4,00 100.0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Net Cost Planning Services 159,564 219,000 193,200 246,600 246,600 12_6% Carry Forward '" Total Funding 159,564 219,000 193,200 246,600 246,600 12,6% Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 55 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Community Development & Environmental Services Division Engineering Services Department Forecast FY 06/07 - Personal Service expenses exceed budget with the addition of two Environmental Specialist positions added pursuant to BCC action on January 9,2007. Current FY 07/08 - Personal services are budgeted at 61.7% above the previous year's budget with the addition of one Environmental Specialist position mid-year FY 07. An additional mid-year FTE mentioned above is among the frozen COES positions, and is unfunded. Overall funding is up 12.6%, with sharp reductions in operating expenses coming as part of the cost reduction efforts within Fund 131. During FY07 the PUD Monitoring function and cost center was relocated to the Engineering and Environmental Services Department. Fiscal Year 2008 Community Development & Environmental Services Division 56 r -. " ,-. . ,-: ;....,., - ,. Community Development and Environmental Services Capital - .- .-- "'c,. ."~-~,,--- ='..,...~". .'" ''-'__~ .;"... -. __..".,.... '~".._ .',,^.;_,"~_"~, ,~"..,"."~,,,.._,.,,,> ~_....._._.~_~~.,.~,.~...,,_.._._ _.-, ._._.____'"_._.._._~___M.. _..__ Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget ..- Capital Improvement Program Community Development & Enviro Services Capital FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department BudgetalY Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 10,224 na Operating Expense 152,278 1,585,100 na Capital Outlay 73,135 2,285,000 1,729,200 1,446,200 1,446,200 (36_7%) Net Operating Budget 235,637 2,285,000 3,314,300 1 ,446 ,200 1,446.200 (36.7%) Trans to 113 Com Dev Fd 130,000 130,000 na Trans to 131 Plan Serv Fd 130,000 130,000 na Reserves For Contingencies 485,800 40,000 40,000 (91.8%) Total Budget 235,637 2,770,800 3,314,300 1,746,200 1,746,200 (37.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change CDES Capital Fund (310) 235,637 2,285,000 3,314,300 1,446,200 1,446,200 (36.7%) Total Net Budget 236,637 2,286,000 3,314,300 1,446,200 1,44&.200 (36.7%) Total Transfers and Reserves 485,800 300,000 300,000 (38.2%) Total Budget 236,637 2,770,800 3,314,300 1,746,200 1,746,200 (37.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 250,000 na InterestlMisc (15.252) na Transfm 113 Comm Oev Fd 2,285,000 na Carry Forward 2,770,800 5,060,500 1,746,200 1,746,200 (37.0%) Total Funding 2,519,748 2,770,800 5,060,500 1,746,200 1,746,200 (37.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position SummalY Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change CDES Capital Fund (310) 0.00 na Total HE na Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 1 2 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Community Development & Enviro Services Capital COES Capital Fund (310) Mission Statement Implementation of the Community Development and Environmental Services Division Municipal Software Project and other Capital Initiatives associated with this Division. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues Net Cost 1,446,200 1,446,200 40,000 40,000 260,000 260,000 1,746,200 1,746,200 1,746,200 1,746,200 Program Summary FY 2008 Total FTE Project Expense Municipal Software Project Expense. Reserves Fund Transfers Fund Transfers connected with support of the Municipal Software Systems Proiect. Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 10,224 na Operating Expense 152,278 1,585,100 na Capital Outlay 73,135 2,285,000 1,729,200 1.446,200 1,446,200 (36.7%) Net Operating Budget 235,637 2,286,000 3,314,300 1,446,200 1,446,200 (36.7%) Trans to 113 Com Dev Fd 130,000 130,000 oa Trans to 131 Plan Serv Fd 130,000 130,000 na Reserves For Contingencies 485,800 40,000 40,000 (91.8%) Total Budget 235,637 2,770,800 3,314,300 1,746,200 1,746,200 (37.0%) Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 250,000 na InterestlMisc (15,252) na Trans fm 113 Comm Dev Fd 2,285,000 na Carry Forward 2,770,800 5,060,500 1,746,200 1,746,200 (37.0%) Total Funding 2,519,748 2,770,800 5,060,500 1,746,200 1,746,200 (37.0%) Forecast FY 06/07 - This budget was amended during FY 07 pursuant to BGC action removing $1,000,000 from CDES building improvements and returning these funds to reserves (Fund 310). The BGG directed that approximately $1.2 million be earmarked for actual improvements minus dollars previously earmarked for lobby renovation. Current FY 07/08 - This budget anticipates carryforward of approximately $1.7 million dollars which is balanced against expenses connected with the Municipal Software Project. Transfers to Fund 113 and 131 offset salaries supporting the software project. Project roll from FY 07 of approximately $1.2 million dollars is expected producing an available 08 amended budget totaling $2.9 million dollars. Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 3 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Public Utilities Division Organizational Chart Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 409.50 Water Pollution Control Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 25.50 County Water/Sewer District Total Full~Time Equivalents (FTE) = 357.40 Goodland Water District Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 0.00 Solid Waste Management Total Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) = 26.60 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 23,844,920 27,592,900 27,310,700 29,167,100 763,700 29,930,800 8.5% Operating Expense 53,818,492 61,158,200 60,636,000 64,672,000 36,700 64,708,700 5.8% Indirect Cost Reimburs 2,694,000 2,859,900 2,859,900 3,204,900 3,204,900 12.1% Payment In Lieu of Taxes 3,059,200 3,376,200 3,376,200 3,349,000 3,349,000 (0.8%) Capital Outlay 598,907 2,612,400 2,614,600 1,339,800 106,600 1,446,400 (44.6%) Total Net Budget 84,015,519 97,599,600 96,797,400 101,732,800 907,000 102,639,800 5.2 % Trans to Property Appraiser 206,284 248,100 239,000 268,200 268,200 8.1% Trans to Tax Collector 141,849 172,200 155,400 198,800 198,800 15.4% Trans to General Fund 398,000 404,000 404,000 439,800 439,800 8.9% Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 703,900 1,091,500 1,091,500 1,062,700 1,062,700 (2.6%) Trans to 408 Water/Sewer Fd 16,700 138,000 138,000 217,900 217,900 57.9% Trans to 410 W/S Debt Serv Fd 9,424,900 8,010,900 7,697,900 7,175,400 7,175,400 (10.4%) Trans to 412 W User Fee Cap Fd 18,570,000 26,490,000 26,490,000 5,775,400 5,775,400 (78.2%) Trans to 414 S User Fee Cap Fd 4,372,100 18,408,100 18,408,100 8,663,100 8,663,100 (52.9%) Trans to 474 Solid Waste Cap Fd 5,641,000 3,215,900 3,215,900 2,099,400 2,099,400 (34.7%) Trans to 521 Fleet Mgt Fd 155,735 na Reserves For Contingencies 5,837,500 5,462,100 5,462,100 (6.4%) Reserves For Capital 7,212,400 7,811,900 7,811,900 8.3% Reserves For Cash Flow 9,791,100 12,265,200 12,265,200 25.3% Reserve for Attrition (515,200) (1,196,400) (1,196,400) 132.2% Total Budget 123,645,987 178,104,100 154,637,200 151,976,300 907,000 152,883,300 (14.2%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Department Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Water Pollution Control 2,124,671 3,035,300 3,136,600 3,048,200 94,700 3,142,900 3.5% County Water/Sewer District 49,159,003 59,430,700 59,398,300 62,523,900 781,100 63,305,000 6.5% Goodland Water District 522,823 584,400 603,100 474,500 474,500 (18.8%) Solid Waste Management 32,209,021 34,549,200 33,659,400 35,686,200 31,200 35,717,400 3.4% Total Net Budget 84,015,519 97,599,600 96,797,400 101,732,800 907,000 102,639,800 5.2% Water Pollution Control 132,221 809,000 157,400 745,200 745,200 (7.9%) County Water/Sewer District 33,424,535 67,092,600 53,896,200 35,098,500 35,098,500 (47.7%) Goodland Water District 174,900 372,000 372,000 112.7% Solid Waste Management 6,073,712 12,428,000 3,786,200 14,027,800 14,027,800 12.9% Total Transfers and Reserves 39,630,468 80,504,500 57,839,800 50,243,500 50,243,500 (37.6%) Total Budget 123,645,987 178,104,100 154,637,200 151,976,300 907,000 152,883,300 (14.2%) Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 2 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 2,057,565 2,470,800 2,379,000 2,639,200 2,639,200 6.8% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 671 na Franchise Fees 910,738 937,300 945,500 964,400 964,400 2.9% Licenses & Permits 845 800 800 800 800 0% Intergovernmental Revenues 197,452 159,000 159,000 159,000 159,000 0% SFWMO/Big Cypress Revenue 246,375 140,000 (100.0%) Charges For Services 22,518,810 25,101,100 24,555,900 25,739,100 25,739,100 2.5% Water Revenue 35,268,854 42,403,900 41,517,700 43,863,500 43,863,500 3.4% Sewer Revenue 38,940,537 47,851,000 42,523,000 47,900,000 47,900,000 0.1% Mandatory Collection Fees 14,543,393 15,776,100 16,094,200 17,288,400 17,288,400 9.6% Fines & Forfeitures 32,943 460,000 48,500 35,000 35,000 (92.4%) Miscellaneous Revenues 6,539,761 152,600 537,100 539,700 539,700 253.7% Interest/Mise 1,332,008 1,782,700 674,300 606,100 606,100 (66.0%) Assessments 2 na Other Financing Sources 200,000 na Reimb From Other Depts 840,502 1,112,800 1,133,600 1,142,800 1,142,800 2.7% Trans frm Property Appraiser 2,721 na Trans frm Tax Collector 70,937 40,000 40,000 41,600 41,600 4.0% Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op (3,641,804) (5,985,800) (781,100) 781,100 na Trans fm Special Rev Fds na Trans fm 113 Comm Dev Fd 46,100 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 0% Trans fm 114 Pollutn Ctrl Fd 64,300 64,300 na Trans fm 409 W/S Assessmt Fd 150,200 150,200 25,200 25,200 (83.2%) Trans fm 470 Solid Waste Fd 16,700 138,000 138,000 153,600 153,600 11.3% ~. Carry Forward 20,257 43,603,700 42,345,700 18,655,300 18,655,300 (57.2%) legative 5% Revenue Reserve (4,225,900) (6,984,700) (6,984,700) 65.3% Total Funding 120,145,367 178,104,100 167,306,700 152,102,200 781,100 152,883,300 (14.2%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Division Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Water Pollution Control 22.50 24.50 24.50 24.50 1.00 25.50 4.1% County Water/Sewer District 339.40 345.40 346.40 346.40 11.00 357.40 3.5% Goodfand Water District na Solid Waste Management 27.10 27.10 26.10 26.10 0.50 26.60 (1.8%) Total FTE 389,00 397.00 397.00 397,00 12.50 409,50 3.1% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 2 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 20,853,650 23,984,700 23,923,600 25,516,700 669,600 26,186,300 9.2% Operating Expense 23,067,209 27,576,000 27,711,900 30,116,000 27,100 30,143,100 9.3% Indirect Cost Reimburs 2,177,600 2,334,600 2,334,600 2,615,600 2,615,600 12.0% Payment In Lieu of Taxes 3,059,200 3,376,200 3,376,200 3,349,000 3,349,000 (0,8%) Capital Outlay 1,345 2,159,200 2,052,000 926,600 84,400 1,011,000 (53,2%) Net Operating Budget 49,159,003 59,430,700 59,398,300 62,523,900 781,100 63,305,000 6.5% Trans to General Fund 310,100 341,500 341,500 278,500 278,500 (18.4%) Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 591,700 958,700 958,700 925,700 925,700 (3.4%) Trans to 410 W/S Debt Serv Fd 9,424,900 8,010,900 7,697,900 7,175,400 7,175,400 (10.4%) Trans to 412 W User Fee Cap Fd 18,570,000 26,490,000 26,490,000 5,775,400 5,775,400 (78.2%) Trans to 414 S User Fee Cap Fd 4,372,100 18,408,100 18,408,100 8,663,100 8,663,100 (52,9%) Trans to 521 Fleet Mgt Fd 155,735 na Reserves For Contingencies 3,664,000 3,481,200 3,481,200 (5,0%) Reserves For Cash Flow 9,669,000 9,848,000 9,848,000 1.9% Reserve for Attrition (449,600) (1,048,800) (1,048,800) 133.3% Total Budget 82,583,538 126,523,300 113,294,500 97,622,400 781,100 98,403,500 (22.2%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Utilities Administration (408) 434,510 423,100 414,900 459,700 459,700 8.7% Public Utilities Engineering (408) 2.290,062 2,793.500 2,712,700 2,704,100 218,600 2,922,700 4.6% Public Utilities Financial Operations (408) 10,561,020 11,946,500 12,255,000 12,551.200 277,200 12,828,400 7.4% Public Utilities Operations Center (408) 193,919 108.600 130,300 228.300 228,300 110.2% Public Utilities Wastewater Depart (408) 18,393.170 21,910,800 21,821,100 23,141,000 76.500 23,217,500 6.0% Public Utilities Water Department (408) 17,286,322 22,248,200 22.064.300 23,439,600 208,800 23,648,400 6.3% Total Net Budget 49,159,003 59,430,700 59,398,300 62,523,900 781,100 63,305,000 6.5% Total Transfers and Reserves 33,424,535 67,092,600 53,896,200 35,098,500 35,098,500 (47,7%) Total Budget 82,583,538 126,523,300 113,294,500 97,622,400 781,100 98,403,500 (22.2%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 7,154 na Charges For Services 4,435,986 4,698,700 4,082,600 4,089,200 4,089,200 (13,0%) Water Revenue 34,686,524 41,878,000 40,972,300 43,300,000 43,300,000 3.4% Sewer Revenue 38,940,537 47,851,000 42,523,000 47,900,000 47.900.000 0.1% Fines & Forfeitures 32,943 460,000 48,400 35,000 35,000 (92.4%) Miscellaneous Revenues 6,345,157 70,600 397,500 382,200 382,200 441.4% I nterest/Misc 1,037,288 1,539,000 340,000 273,400 273,400 (82.2%) Reimb From Other Depts 723,054 1,003,300 1.003,300 993,800 993,800 (0.9%) Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op (3,641,804) (5.985,800) (781,100) 781,100 na Trans fm 114 Poflutn CtrJ Fd 64,300 64,300 na Trans fm 409 W/S Assessmt Fd 150,200 150,200 25,200 25,200 (83,2%) Trans fm 470 Solid Waste Fd 16,700 138,000 138,000 153.600 153,600 11.3% Carry Forward 30,943,800 29,625,000 5,985,800 5,985,800 (80,7%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (2,209,300) (4,799,000) (4,799,000) 117.2% Total Funding 82,583,538 126,523,300 113,294,500 97,622,400 781,100 98,403,500 (22,2%) Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 4 1 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Public Utilities Administration (408) 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% Public Utilities Financial Operations (408) 55.00 56.00 58.00 58.00 4.00 62.00 10.7% Public Utilities Engineering (408) 26.40 26.40 25.40 25.40 2.00 27.40 3.8% Public Utilities Wastewater Depart (408) 138.00 141.00 141.00 141.00 1.00 142.00 0.7% Public Utilities Water Department (408) 117.00 119.00 119.00 119.00 4.00 123.00 3.4% Total FTE 339.40 345.40 346.40 346.40 11.00 357.40 3.5% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utjlitjes Division 5 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Administration (408) Mission Statement To provide management and administrative support to the operations and capital improvement programs of the Public Utilities Division, including Water, Wastewater, Pollution Control and Solid Waste to facilitate efforts to operate in regulatory compliance, efficiently meet demand levels, build and empower workforce, and to provide services that exceed customer expectations. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Reven ues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 3.00 459,700 147,800 311,900 Provide executive level management, administrative and policy oversight to the six departments and employees within the Public Utilities Division, including division reception, customer support, and public information. Current Level of Service Budget 3.00 459,700 147,800 311,900 Total Proposed Budget 3.00 459,700 147,800 311,900 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Administration Expense to Total PUD 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 341.042 321,400 314,400 331,100 331,100 3.0% Operating Expense 93.468 95,200 95,000 118,100 118,100 24.1% Capital Outlay 6,500 5.500 10.500 10,500 61.5% Net Operating Budget 434,510 423,100 414,900 459,700 459,700 8.7% Total Budget 434,510 423,100 414,900 459,700 459,700 8.7% Total FTE 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 0% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 280 na Miscellaneous Revenues 558,705 500 na Reimb From Other Depts 44,400 194.300 194.300 147,800 147,800 (23.9%) Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op (168,875) 228.800 220,100 311,900 311,900 36.3% Total Funding 434,510 423,100 414,900 459,700 459,700 8.7% Current FY 07/06 - Operating expenses increased by $22,900, primarily due to increases of $10,100 for insurance, $5.200 in water and sewer charges, $2,000 for electricity, and $3,800 for interdepartmental payments for security support services. Capital Outlay consists of $10,500 for a flat screen TV, PC. projector and projector screen for the conference room to expand Public Utility's capabilities to participate in webinars and other on-line training opportunities. This will also facilitate in-house training and meeting/vendor/consultant presentations. Revenue FY07/08 - Reimbursements from other departments is decreasing $46,500 due to the recommendation to have Pollution Control reimburse the County Water/Sewer Fund via an interfund transfer instead of a reimbursement. This minimizes the administrative effort to transfer charges between funds. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 6 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Financial Operations (408) Mission Statement To provide sound fiscal assessment and guidance of Public Utilities' operations and capital expenditure programs pursuant to the development of impact and user fee rate studies, administration of vendor payments and the payment of various general overhead costs associated with the efficient, reliable and compliant operations of the Collier County Water/Sewer District. This mission includes working through the County Finance Committee to provide external financing to support the division's growth program. Support is also given to customer.oriented processes for customer service. meter reading, billing, and accounts receivable management for: water, wastewater and effluent customers, mandatory trash customers; MSBU special assessments (preparation/maintenance), estoppel letters, and code enforcement liens. The mission of the Utility Billing and Customer Service Department is to provide professional customer service, executed with tact, courtesy and respect for the three public utility enterprise activities in the Division. Customer service includes accurate and timely billing and receivable management for Water, Wastewater, and Solid Waste customers, and to empower team members to fairly solve customer issues. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 7 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Financial Operations (408) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 3.00 794,085 794,085 This program provides for management of Public Utilities financial operations, including utility billing, payable functions, capital and debt expenditures, utility user and impact fees revenue and associated rates. Other functions include general business management, State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan management, financial and technical and administrative support of special projects, interagency agreement development, ordinance developmenUinterpretation, and contract administration, indirect service charges and property tax assessments. Fiscal Support 4.50 294,326 294,326 This program provides for Water, Wastewater and capital projects payable functions, including requisition and purchase order issuance, receiving and invoice pre-audit, payment approval, and Finance Department and vendor coordination. Contractual, Legal and Impact Fee Review 3.50 282,092 282,092 Provide for the acceptance of new utility infrastructure and associated documentation, maintaining utility system plans and records for internal and external users, sizing water meters, calculating impact fees, responding to utility service and FDEP requests, easement vacation review and other information. Business Planning & Operations 1.00 83,297 83,297 Responsible for the expansion and continued maintenance of all strategic/ business planning for the Public Utilities Division, inter-focal and developer agreements and Growth Management Plan compliance. Indirect Cost Reimbursement 2,615,600 2,615,600 Payment in Lieu of Taxes 3,349,000 3,349,000 Utility Billing & Customer Service - Dept Admin/Overhead 5.00 796,325 360,000 436,325 Management, control and oversight of revenue collection and customer service functions for Water; Wastewater; and Solid Waste Management Utilities. Core functions include cash collection activities; PUD customer service; customer accounts receivable management; monthly water meter reading and billing; PUD ordinance enforcement; roll administration for uMunicipal Service Benefit Unit" special assessments levied by the County; administration of the solid waste mandatory trash collection contracts; and, the County's estoppel program. Billing & Customer Service - Water Meter Reading and Billing 16.00 1,985,200 368,200 1,617,000 Meter reading - using radio frequency technology; trouble shooting meters; repair and/or replacement of non-functioning meters and/or electronic parts on the meters; turn-oft/turn-on meters for non-payment; turn~on meters for new customers and perform on-site tests for zero consumption reads, high consumption complaints and for leaks. Also responsible for the billing of all water, wastewater, and irrigation quality services to utility customers. Core function include monthly service billings, which may include impact fee financing, special assessment financing, pay plans, backflow device installation charges, FOG (fats, oil and grease); customer account maintenance; accounts receivable management; debit and/or credit adjustments, penalties, and miscellaneous charges that can be on the utility bill; setting up new accounts; and providing final bills that are the result of property sales; and, provide daily lock lists for delinquent accounts. Billing & Customer Service - Customer Service 9.00 813,950 800,000 13,950 Provide customer service that exceeds expectations to all Public Utility enterprise customers. Core customers served include residential and commercial trash collection, water, wastewater, and irrigation quality water customers. Core functions include management of customer inquires; initiation of action on customer complaints; initiation of action on new service requests; initiation of action for change of address requests; and, initiation of actions for final reads on pending sales of property. Cal! Center technology is used to provide customer service from approximately 21 ,000 calls received monthly. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 8 . Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Financial Operations (408) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Billing & Customer Service - PUD Investigation & Education 9.00 914,575 75,000 839,575 Provide code enforcement activities for all utilities enterprise ordinances. Core functions include investigation and resolution of ordinance violations, education and issuance of Notice of Violations and/or Citations; providing testimony before the County's Special Master; inspection of solid waste franchise hauler vehicles; and, review of site development plans to insure adequate solid waste collection facilities is included in the design. The enforcement team covers the unincorporated area of the County plus the City of Marco Island. Billing & Customer Service - Departmental Accounting 7.00 622,750 6,000 616,750 Receipting, recording and safeguarding of all customer cash collections for the public utility enterprise services. Core functions include roll administration for uMunicipal Service Benefit Unit" special assessments levied by the County; cashiering and daily balancing; lock box processing; bank draft processing; credit card processing; bank deposits; landfill scale house billing and landfill receivable management; and, miscellaneous billing and receivable management for utility property damaged by private companies and individuals. Billing & Customer Service - Estoppel letters 25,000 -25,000 Receive, process and return of all estoppel letter requests. Core function is to provide attorneys, title companies, real estate agents, and title closing agent's information on County held liens on real property in the County. This information is used fOr real estate transactions. Current level of Service Budget 58.00 12,551,200 1,634,200 10,917,000 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Reven ues Net Cost Accounting Technician 1.00 59,366 59,366 Community Services Assistant 1.00 56,800 56,800 Automated Meter Reading & Repair Technician 1.00 78,861 78,861 Accounting Technician 1.00 55,173 55,173 Vehicle for a Utility Ordinance Investigator 27,000 27,000 Expanded Services Budget 4.00 277,200 277 ,200 Total Proposed Budget 62.00 12,828,400 1,634,200 11,194,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of bills mailed within 3 working days of meter reading 96 97 96 96 % of calls cleared within 2 working days of call receipt 98 98 98 98 Operations Percentage of Expense to Total PUD 0.09 0.07 0.07 0.07 Spec Assessments, estoppels, misc. svc. calis responded to 12,260 38,495 2,853 2,939 SW Collections service calls received/responded to annualiy 107,481 101,110 104,143 SW Utiiities investigation service & billing work orders 17,235 19,652 19,134 20,007 Water/Sewer meters read/billed annually 691,968 680,400 713,880 735,768 WaterlWW/IQ Svc & Biliing Calls Responded To 99,274 99,084 102.050 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 9 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Financial Operations (408) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2006 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 3,383,925 3,747,500 3,972,000 4,218,200 206,800 4,425,000 18.1% Operating Expense 1,940,295 2,149,800 2,235,100 2,236,000 11,700 2,247,700 4.6% Indirect Cost Reimburs 2,177,600 2,334,600 2,334,600 2,615,600 2,615,600 12.0% Payment In Lieu of Taxes 3,059,200 3,376,200 3,376,200 3,349,000 3,349,000 (0.8%) Capital Outlay 338,400 337,100 132,400 58,700 191,100 (43.5%) Net Operating Budget 10,561,020 11,946,500 12,255,000 12,551,200 277,200 12,828,400 7.4% Total Budget 10,561,020 11,946,500 12,255,000 12,551,200 277,200 12,828,400 7.4% Total FTE 55.00 56.00 58.00 58.00 4.00 62.00 10.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 354,737 390,000 382,500 385.000 385,000 (1.3%) Water Revenue 600 300 na Fines & Forfeitures 32,943 460,000 48,400 35,000 35,000 (92.4%) Miscellaneous Revenues 358,935 35,200 358,700 368,200 368,200 946.0% Reimb From Other Depts 677,800 809,000 809,000 846,000 846,000 4.6% Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op 9,136,005 10,252,300 10,656,100 10,917,000 277,200 11,194,200 9.2% Total Funding 10,561,020 11,946,500 12,255,000 12,551,200 277,200 12,828,400 7.4% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 10 , Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Forecast FY06/07 - A departmental re-organization during FY 06/07 was implemented in order to optimize efficiency and customer service. A position from Engineering was transferred 10 the Impact Fee Coordinator position, created to recognize the growth in complexity and workload related to impact fee assessment and permitting requirements. In addition, a position was transferred from the Solid Waste Scale house to Financial Operations to consolidate the Solid Waste accounts payable function into one area in Public Utilities. Operating Expenses increased by $85,300, primarily due to increased costs of credit card and bank lockbox processing fees. Revenues FY06/07 - Revenue is lower than anticipated by $95,300. Citation revenues were less than anticipated and specific citation revenues from illegal water connections and wastewater ordinance violations are being reported in the departments where the revenue is generated. Current FY07/08 - The Utility Billing and Customer Service FY07/08 budget includes $74,900 in overtime. Overtime is scheduled for customer service on Saturdays and holidays when the County is closed but residential solid waste, water and wastewater services continue. Solid waste collection contracts require that customer inquires be addressed by County staff. Overtime is scheduled for meter readers to turn on water meters after normal business hours for customers who request and pay a surcharge for this service. Accordingly, this overtime is funded by payment of the surcharge, not by rate payers. Operating Expense increased by $86,200, for postage and increased costs of credit card and bank lockbox processing fees. Indirect Cost Reimbursement for other County Department support increased $281,000. Capital Equipment $93,000 - Three (3) Vehicles, Replacements $12,000 - Two (2) GIS Tablets, Replacements $5,500 - Scanner, Replacement $4,800 - Two (2) Radios, Replacements -'~,OOO - Two (2) Tablets, Replacements 1,000 - Two PCs; Two (2) Laptop Replacements $4,600 - Two (2) Printers, Replacements $2,500 - Projector, Replacement $132,400 - Total Capital Outlay Revenue FY07/08 - Revenue decreased by $60,000 since specific citation revenues from illegal water connections and wastewater ordinance violations are budgeted in the departments where the revenue is generated. Expanded FY07/08 An Accounting Technician position is being requested in the Billing Section to maintain the integrity of revenues earned by the Utility and to manage the internal and external audit process. The main functions of this task will be to generate all weekly, monthly, quarterly, and end of fiscal year reports for billing, verify the subsidiary and revenue posting ledgers to the general ledger, research and document billing verifications of charges and adjustments, and to verify rate changes and contract terms of Irrigation Quality water contracts. Currently these duties are performed by the Supervisor, Manager, Director and various other staff members to the ineffective impact and detriment of other duties. The cost of this position and related operating and capital expense is $55,173. To fill this position with a contractual employee, the cost would be approximately $80,000 ($38.46/hour x 2,080 hours). Accordingly, the cosVbenefit ratio is 1.3 for this request. An Automated Meter Reading and Repair Technician position is being requested to maintain the accuracy of the mechanical instrumentation that records utility user consumption. This position will maintain utility reading systems, collect, read, repair, replace and troubleshoot automated water meters with electronic handheld equipment, test meters to ensure accurate readings, disconnect or reconnect water service after payment of delinquent balances, change out ERTS and/or encoders, obtain move in and move out readings for new customers, and investigate customer high usage complaints. The cost of this position and all related operating expenses including a vehicle will be $78,861. The cost to fulfill these tasks with a contractual position would be ""proximately $130,500 ($62.74/hour x 2,080). Accordingly, the costlbenefil ratio is 1.7 for lhis request. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 11 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Expanded FY07/08 (Continued) An Accounting Technician position is being requested in the Accounting Section to ensure sustained implementation and strict adherence to standard accounting practices and regulations, as well as implementation of regular audits at the Naples Landfill, Immokalee Transfer Station, and all recycling centers. This position will verify that the cash receipts subsidiary for all areas are in balance with the general ledger, oversee adjustments for billing and collection, and maintain the landfill escrow deposits to verify that the subsidiary ledger balances to the general ledger. This position will also prepare reports for each audit, ensure all internal controls are in effect and followed for all transactions, and perform as lead position under the Accounting and Assessment Supervisor. This position and all applicable operating expenses will cost $59,366. A contractual employee would cost the County approximately $69,600 ($33.45 x 2,080). The cost/benefit ratio is 1.3 for this request. A Community Services Assistant position is being requested for a lead team member to assist the supervisor with calculations for liquidated damages, closing of all work orders on a daily basis, ensuring the customer has received the promised services, following through on all adjustments to accounts, training of new personnel or temporary employees, sideways managing with other areas within USCS and the division, preparing month end status reports, helping to prepare for government days and other special events, ensuring all calls are answered in a timely fashion, preparing statistical reports at month end, ensuring first call resolutions, managing return mail, and overseeing the recording of all move in and move outs for water/wastewater. This position with all necessary operating expenses will cost $56,800. A contractual employee would cost approximately $76,900 ($36.95/hour x 2,080). The cost/benefit ratio is 1.4 for this request. In FY07 a Fiscal Technician was reclassified to a utilities ordinance investigator. This position is currently using a loaner vehicle from Fleet that must be returned at the end of FY07. Request is for a vehicle for this position at a cost of $27,000. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 12 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Engineering (408) Mission Statement To provide to the Collier County Public Utilities customers effective, efficient, responsible, reliable and high quality utility services that exceed expectations. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 4.00 574,886 574,886 Provides support to the Department through administrative assistance and leadership. Project Management 8.40 827,982 827,982 Plan, design and implement utilities capital improvement projects, stay in compliance and meet demands. This includes design and construction of water treatment plants, water reclamation facilities, support of Collier County Division of Transportation road expansion involving utility relocations, maintain water/wastewater pipeline and pumping booster stations and address major capital project needs of the water/wastewater operating departments. Assist Solid Waste Management with capital projects and analyze trends. Quality AssurancelTechnical Support 7.00 757.922 757,922 Provide contract administration, construction management, and inspection services associated with infrastructure improvement and wellfield projects. Stay in compliance and meet demand. Assist Water and Wastewater Departments by optimizing existing assets and assuring quality of planning, design, and construction work. Support the wellfield program. Provide responsive service in meeting project needs of the water/wastewater operating departments. Plan, review and implement capital improvements relating to electrical, telemetry and instrumentation. Special Projects, Planning, GIS 6.00 543,310 543.310 Prepare update and maintain master plans, AUIR, and special reports. Coordination with developers to ensure concurrency of water and wastewater systems. Review new developments to insure utility concurrency and master plan compliance and participate in site plan reviews of new projects with County departments. Coordinate and provide technical support in the development and maintenance of the County's Geographical Information System (GIS). Current level of Service Budget 25.40 2,704,100 2.704,100 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Sr. Project Manager Planning 1.00 109,800 109,800 Sr. Project Manager Capital Projects 1.00 108,800 108,800 Expanded Services Budget 2.00 218,600 218,600 Total Proposed Budget 27.40 2,922,700 2,922,700 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Number of FDEPs reviewed 130 100 165 Number of FDEPs reviewed per FTE 4.90 4.70 5.80 Number of PUDs reviewed 85 100 105 Total Number of Projects 202 192 200 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 13 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Engineering (408) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 2,138,495 2,517,800 2,433,700 2,486,000 212,000 2,698,000 7.2% Operating Expense 151,567 193,000 199,000 177,100 6,600 183,700 (4.8%) Capital Outlay 82,700 80,000 41,000 41,000 (50.4%) Net Operating Budget 2,290,062 2,793,500 2,712,700 2,704,100 218,600 2,922,700 4.6% Total Budget 2,290,062 2,793,500 2,712,700 2,704,100 218,600 2,922,700 4.6% Total FTE 26.40 26.40 25.40 25.40 2.00 27.40 3.8% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 211 na Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op 2,289,851 2,793,500 2,712,700 2,704,100 218,600 2,922,700 4.6% Total Funding 2,290,062 2,793,500 2,712,700 2,704,100 218,600 2,922,700 4.6% Forecast FY 06/07 - The decrease in Personal Services resulted from the transfer of one position to Financial Operations. Current FY 07/08 -Operating expenses reflect a decrease of $15,900; the largest decreases were $17,500 for computer software and $13,000 for minor office furniture and equipment. Offsetting these decreases is an increase of $17,600 for property and general insurance. Capital Equipment $30,000 - 10 PC tablets $11,000 - GIS software $41,000 - Total Capital Outlay Expanded FY07108 A Senior Project Manager for Planning is being requested to perform two principal functions: (a) management and coordination of the Wellfield Program efforts currently outsourced, including acquisition of raw water wells, and (b) development of the Asset Management Program Phases I, II and III that incorporate all of the water system, wastewater system and irrigation quality water system utility assets. Other duties will be assigned as needed to support PUD's planning and program needs. Functions performed by this position will affect services othelWise planned to be provided by consultants with fixed term contract for specific capital projects. Performed by a fulltime consultant this function would cost the County ratepayers approximately $270,400 per year ($130.00/hour for Project Management consultant for 2,080 hours). The cost of funding this position is $109,800 per year for salary and all necessary operating expenses, providing a net benefit to the rate payers of approximately $160,600 annually. The cosUbenefit ratio is 2.3 for this request. A Senior Project Manager, Capital Projects is being requested to perform Project Management and oversight of Capital projects in Public Utilities Engineering due to an increased workload requested by the Wastewater department that will allow better management of the continuing yearly maintenance and rehabilitation of sewer lines and manholes and provide project management support for selected projects. This additional position will allow better oversight and Quality Assurance/Quality Control of existing projects. Functions performed by this position will affect services othelWise planned to be provided by consultants with fixed term contract for speCific capital projects. If this function is contracted out to a full time consultant it would cost approximately $270,400 per year ($130/hour x 2080 hours). The cost of funding this position and related operating expenses and equipment will be $108,800, which will provide a net benefit of $161,600. Accordingly, the cosUbenefit ratio is 2.4 for this request. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 14 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Wastewater Depart (408) Mission Statement To provide effective management and efficient operations and maintenance of the Collier County Wastewater systems that consistently meets customer reclaimed water demands with the best possible service in a fiscally and environmentally responsible manner. Ensure compliance with all State and Federal rules and regulations. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 15 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Wastewater Depart (408) Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead Administer policies and procedures set by the Board of County Commissioners, County Manager, Public Utilities Administrator, USEPA, and FDEP. Safety Administer policies and procedures set by the Board of County Commissioners, County Manager, and State and Federal Agencies. Perform safety inspections, conduct training programs, and evaluate all accidents and file reports with the proper agencies. Irrigation Quality - Administration Acquire and document information. Provide input and operational oversight of ongoing and future capital projects for the reuse program. Irrigation Quality - Field Operations and Maintenance Operate and maintain delivery systems to ensure consistent, compliant delivery of reclaimed water. NCWRF - Administration Provide day-to-day supervision for the North County Water Reclamation Facility (NCWRF) and all associated on and off-site equipment. NCWRF - Treatment Provide treatment in accordance with all appropriate FAC rules, USEPA rules, and the facility operating permits. NCWRF - Maintenance Maintain the facility equipment and assets in full accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure the best possible operating conditions. NCWRF - Residuals Production/Stabilization/Disposal Provide residuals disposal in accordance with USEPA Rule 503 and FAC Rules 17-7 and 17-640. SCWRF - Administration Provide day-to-day supervision for the South County Water Reclamation Facility (SCWRF) and all associated on and off-site equipment. SCWRF - Treatment Provide treatment in accordance with all appropriate FAC rules, USEPA rules and the facility operating permits. SCWRF - Maintenance Maintain the facility equipment and assets in full accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure the best possible operating conditions. Residuals Production/Stabilization/Disposal Provide residuals disposal in accordance with USEPA Rule 503 and FAC Rules 17-7 and 17-640. Collections - Administration Supervise the day~to-day activities of the County owned and operated wastewater collection system, master pump stations, lift stations, and related equipment. Collections - Maintenance (Field) Operation and maintenance of approximately 680 pump/lift stations, 700 miles of pipelines, and all related infrastructure. Collections - Electrical Repair/Maintenance Perform electrical maintenance on the County owned and operated lift stations and treatment facilities. Inspects all new lift stations before conveyance to the Board of County Commissioners. Collections - Inventory Control Provide control of parts and materials associated with the repair and maintenance of the collection system and lift stations. Collections. CameraNactor Clean and view gravity mains, service laterals, manholes, and wet wells to eliminate infiltration into the wastewater collection system. Additional crew added fOr sewer flushing to meet new State and Federal Regulations. FY 2008 Total FTE 4.00 FY 2008 Budget 2,719,547 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 2,719,547 1.00 75,653 75,653 1.00 129,300 129,300 6.00 1,355,000 1,355,000 1.00 220,024 47,984,000 -47,763,976 17.00 3,320,821 2,200 3,318,621 8.00 848,149 848,149 2.00 1,017,706 2,475,200 -1,457,494 2.00 390,339 390,339 14.00 2,376,258 2,376,258 3.00 493,971 493,971 2.00 948,532 948,532 4.00 1,316,665 1,316,665 21.00 2,186,188 2,186,188 5.00 625,337 625,337 2.00 187,231 187,231 11.00 845,673 845,673 16 Public Utilities Division Fiscal Year 2008 . Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Wastewater Depart (408) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Collections - Rehabilitation/Construction 6.00 449,999 449,999 Performs major rehabilitation to aging sections! facilities within the wastewater collection system and lift stations. Collections - Maintenance (Pump) 6.00 759,130 759,130 Operation and oversight of preventative maintenance program for approximately 1,200 pumps within the wastewater collections system. Collections - Equipment Operator 1.00 111,963 111,963 Assist in the repair of gravity lines & mains, service laterals, force mains, etc. Collections - Odor Control 1.00 752,014 752,014 Controls odor at pump stations & in other areas of the wastewater collection system. Underground Utility Locate Operations - Administration 2.00 191,152 191,152 Provide day-to.day supervision for the County's Stake and Locate Department. Underground Utility Locate Operations - Locates 10.00 828,721 828,721 Ensure that all lines, both water and sewer, are located accurately and in a timely manner in accordance with the Sunshine State One Call System. Underground Utility Locate Operations - GIS 1.00 114,527 114,527 Provide mapping by GIS to ensure timely locates of the whole utility system. Laboratory - Administration and Certification 1.00 140,215 86,400 53,815 The laboratory is certified through the Florida Department of Health and NELAC in accordance with Chapter 62-601 and 62-610 F.A.C. -.'.aboratory - Facility Permit Analysis 3.00 305,404 305,404 Includes fecal coliform, CBOD, minerals, nutrients, and residues. Laboratory - Well Projects 2.00 131,781 131,781 Includes groundwater monitoring wells, injection well, and mule pen quarry. Laboratory - Pretreatment 4.00 299,700 153,000 146,700 Including FOG inspections Current Level of Service Budget 141.00 23,141,000 50,700,800 -27,559,800 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Vehicle for a Pretreatment Inspector 24,400 24,400 Lab Technician 1.00 52,100 52,100 Expanded Services Budget 1.00 76,500 76,500 Total Proposed Budget 142.00 23,217,500 50,700,800 -27,483,300 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Locates Performed 32.101 33,300 33.300 34,300 Total Effluent to Reuse (Billions of Gallons) 5.44 5.58 5.47 5.93 Total Number of Wastewater Laboratory Analyses 30,608 31,445 32,244 Total Treated (Billions of Gallons) 6.60 6.98 6.96 7.26 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 17 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Wastewater Depart (408) FY 2005 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2006 FY 2006 FY 2006 FY 2006 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 8,161,581 9,564,700 9,356,600 10,037,200 51,300 10,068,500 5.5% Operating Expense 10,231,589 11,397,400 11,628,500 12,826,800 4,000 12,830,800 12.6% Capital Outlay 948,700 835,800 277,000 21,200 298,200 (68.6%) Net Operating Budget 18,393,170 21,910,800 21,821,100 23,141,000 76,500 23,217,500 6.0% Total Budget 18,393,170 21,910,800 21,821,100 23,141,000 76,500 23,217,500 6.0% Total FTE 138.00 141.00 141.00 141,00 1.00 142.00 0.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 3,732 na Charges For Services 2,740,808 2,889,400 2,821,900 2,786,800 2,786,800 (3.6%) Sewer Revenue 38,940,537 47,851,000 42,523,000 47,900,000 47,900,000 0.1% Miscellaneous Revenues 9,582 32,600 13,500 14,000 14,000 (57.1%) Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op (23,301,489) (28,862,200) (23,537,300) (27,559,800) 76,500 (27,483,300) (4.8%) Total Funding 18,393,170 21,910,800 21,821,100 23,141,000 76,500 23,217,500 6.0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 18 , Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Forecast FY 06/07 - Operating expenses increased by $231,100. The increase is due to an increase of $295,700 for chemicals; $48,300 for electricity; $200,000 for emergency maintenance and repairs; and $37,200 for other equipment repairs and maintenance. Partialiy offsetting these increases are decreases of $222,200 for sludge hauling; $60,000 for sewer line maintenance and repairs; $44,000 for utilities repairs; and $20,800 for fuel. Savings of $112,900 in Capital Outlay were the result of decreases of $84,000 for odor control systems, and for other equipment not purchased. Revenue FY 06/07 - Wastewater revenue forecast decreased by $5.3 miliion from the adopted budget. $2.2 miliion was due 10 a double count of revenue for services provided to the City of Naples in the FY07 budget. The second factor is that the ratio of the wastewater treated is declining in relation to water produced in the system. This is likely due to improvements in the wastewater system, insulating the system from groundwater and storm-water intrusion. The FY 06/07 budget assumed a wastewater treated to water produced ratio of approximately 77%. The Forecast FY 06/07 is approximately 71 %. This decrease accounts for approximately $3.0 million. Current FY 07/08 - Personal Services includes $558,117 in overtime for Administration, the North and South Treatment piants, Coliections, the Laboratory, Stake and Locates, and the irrigation Quality Maintenance cost centers, primarily for emergency response and leave coverage. Fiorida Administrative Code requires that an appropriately-certified operator must be on duty at ali times at each wastewater treatment facility. Furthermore, we must respond immediately to any customer outages, backups, and other emergencies in the wastewater collection system, including pumping station malfunctions, telemetry issues, main/line breaks and regional s8IVice interruptions and response to emergency underground line locates. Operating Expenses are increasing by $1,429,400. These costs are lead by an increase of $756,400 for general and property insurance, $214,900 for electricity, and $351,300 for chemicais which are both driven by the increase in wastewater treated. Also increasing are costs of $69,800 for interdepartmental payments, $106,500 for utilities parts, $49,500 for fleet maintenance & repair charges, and $22,500 for training. These are being offset by decreases of $97.100 for Sludge hauling and $70,000 for sewer line repairs and maintenance. Jpital Equipment $5,000 - High Volume FAX, Replacement $6,000 - Underground Utility Locating Device, Replacement $9,000 - Three (3) Magnetic Locating Devices, Replacements $8,000 - GPS Unit, Repiacement $20,000 - Buiiding Maintenance, process controi building improvements $24,000 - Crane, Repiacement $38,000 - Pumps & Motors for IQ system, Replacement $19,000 - 1/2 Ton Regular Cab Pickup Truck, Replacement $12,000 - Power valve operator $15,000 - Vactor for valve box maintenance program, Replacement $5,000 - GPS Unit, for valve inventory program, Repiacement $6,000 - Composite Sampler $5,000 - Incubator, Replacement $8,000 - Flask Scrubber for sanitization of lab glassware, Replacement $25,000 - Forklift -Repiacement $16,000 - Two (2) Cranes, Replacements $14,000 - Four (4) 2-Way Radios, for coliection vehicles, Replacements $14,000 - Four (4) SCADA Laptop PCs, Replacement $10,000 - Two (2) Tablet PCs, Replacements $2,000 - Printer, Replacement $2,000 - Muffle Furnace, for increased lab analyses handling $2,000 - Sample Refrigerator, Replacement $3,000 - Weather Station $2,000 - pH Meter, Replacement .Jt'.1 ,500 - Microscope, Replacement 500 - Top Loader Balance, Replacement ..3,000 - Defibrillator, for health and safety $277,000 - Total Capitai Outlay Fiscal Year 2008 19 Public Utilities Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Expanded FY 07/08 Analytical Services and Environmental Compliance A Laboratory Technician Position is being requested to provide required resources for the process control lab including sampling and field Quality Assurance/Quality Control of ASR Wells, the Deep Injection Wells Monitoring Program, Supplemental Irrigation Quality Wells Compliance Monitoring, Industrial Pretreatment, and all FDEP Permit required field sampling and analysis. The Wastewater laboratory is a full service utility laboratory providing services and analysis under all of Collier County's FDEP Wastewater Facility and Deep Injection Well Operating Permits, operating 7 days a week, 365 days per year. The laboratory has been able to operate and stay in compliance with 6 lab technicians from 2004 until today, but in late 2007 and in 2008, an additional 800 annual filed samples and tests under FDEP permits will be required for the Reclaimed Water ASR Well, 4 Wastewater Injection Wells and the FDEP mandated Industrial Pretreatment Program. This lab technician will spend approximately 60% of their time completing the additional required chain of custody for field sampling and the balance of the time will be spend assisting with the addilional tests in the laboratory which will be necessary to meet compliance. As of 2007, the number of filed samples and tests performed per Lab Technician will have increased by approximately 20% annually since 1999. FDEP requires these sample events to be conducted by a Certified Laboratory. If not funded, the Wastewater Department would risk being out of compliance with FDEP required operating permits and would not be able to meet the demand of IQ Water to customers without this position. This position will cost $52,100 for salaries and wages and necessary operating expenses. Although the duties of this position are inherently governmental if compared to outside contractual costs, the cosUbenefit ratio is 4.0 for this request. A compact truck for Pretreatment Inspections is being requested. This vehicle will be used for Industrial Pretreatment and FOG Inspections and will allow staff to complete an increased number of inspections in response to the growing number of businesses within the County's system. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 20 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Water Department (408) Mission Statement To provide effective management and operation of the County's Water District facilities, so as to provide the citizens of Collier County with safe, reliable drinking water in a cost-effective manner. 21 Public Utilities Division Fiscal Year 2008 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Water Department (408) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Water Department Administration 6.00 1,999,772 107,800 1,891,972 Provides overall management and direction for Water Department personnel. Water Distribution - System Maintenance 10.00 1,536,422 1,536,422 Provides system-wide maintenance on the County's transmission and distribution systems. Water Distribution - Wellfield - Remote Station Maintenance 14.00 3,996,677 3,996,677 Performs and/or monitors all required repairs and preventatlve maintenance at six stations, one ASR System and three wellfields. Water Distribution - Valve Maintenance - G.1.5. 12.00 1,158,248 1,158,248 Provides for the maintenance and mapping of system assets to ensure reliability during emergency situations. Water Distribution - Administration 7.00 666,539 43,300,000 -42,633,461 Provides on-site supervision and coordination of the Water Distribution System. Provides for customer s€lVice, secretarial and data entry support for section. Water Distribution - Large Meter Services 4.00 395,049 480,000 -84,951 Provides for the calibration and repair of the County's large meter assemblies to ensure accuracy. Also completes State mandated testing of all cross-connection control devices over 2 inches. Water Distribution - Cross Connection Control 6.00 561,710 561,710 Provides for inspection, testing, and repair of assemblies maintained by the County (3/4" 10 2"). Water Distribution - Warehouse/Facility Management 3.00 192,862 192,862 Provides material procurement and inventory control functions. Also provides for maintenance of warehouse facilities. Water Distribution - Construction Services 1.00 79,006 79,006 Provides for inspection services for new construction of water mains and services by outside contractors. Water Distribution - Meter Installation Service 4.00 458,072 328,000 130,072 Provides for connection of new customers to the County's water system. Water Distribution. Grounds Maintenance 120,000 120,000 Performs lawn maintenance and grounds upkeep for all Water Department facilities. Water Distribution. Customer Response 4.00 299,243 299,243 Provides for first response to all customer requests for service. Water Operations - Administration 6.00 1,704,954 1,600 1,703,354 Provides on-site supervision and production management of the County's treatment facilities. Water Operations - Lime Softening Treatment 10.00 2,530,757 2,530,757 Provides for the treatment of potable water utilizing the lime softening process at the South County Regional Water Treatment Plant. Capacity of 12 mgd. Water Operations - Reverse Osmosis Treatment 19.00 5,438,537 5,438,537 Provides for the treatment of potable water utilizing the reverse osmosis treatment process at the North and South County Regional Water Treatment Plants. Capacity of 28 mgd. Water Operations. Membrane Treatment 7.00 1,650,252 1,650,252 Provides for the treatment of potable water utilizing the membrane treatment process at the North County Regional Water Treatment Plant Capacity of 12 mgd. Water Laboratory - Certification and Administration 2.00 282,365 282,365 Provides State drinking water certification and on-site supervision and quality control for department's laboratory services Water Laboratory" Microbiological Quality Control 2.00 195,285 195,285 Provides regulatory compliance through quality control monitoring and protects the public from disease causing micro-organisms by monitoring source and finished water. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 22 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Water Department (408) Program Summary Water laboratory - Chemical Water Quality Control Provides for regulatory compliance through quality control and monitoring and protects the public from chemical contaminants. Current level of Service Budget FY 2008 Total FTE 2.00 FY 2008 Budget 173,850 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 173,850 119.00 23,439,600 44,217 ,400 -20,777,800 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Wellfield - SRO Wellfield Maintenance 1.00 48,700 48,700 North County Regional Water Treatment Plant - Operator 1.00 54,700 54,700 South County Regional Water Treatment Plant 12 mgd expansion 2.00 105,400 105,400 Expanded Services Budget 4.00 208,800 208,800 Total Proposed Budget 123.00 23,648,400 44,217,400 -20,569,000 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget % of lab tests performed within State & Fed Reglations 100 100 100 100 ._'(, of new meters installed in 10 days 100 100 100 100 )tal Water Produced - billions of gallons 9.18 10.27 9.61 10.22 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program BUdgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 6,828,606 7,833,300 7,846,700 8,444,200 199,500 8,643,700 10.3% Operating Expense 10,456,371 13,632,000 13,424,000 14,529,700 4,800 14,534,500 6.6% Capital Outlay 1,345 782,900 793,600 465,700 4,500 470,200 (39.9%) Net Operating Budget 17,286,322 22,248,200 22,064,300 23,439,600 208,800 23,648,400 6.3% Total Budget 17,286,322 22,248,200 22,064,300 23,439,600 208,800 23,648,400 6.3% Total FTE 117.00 119.00 119.00 119.00 4.00 123.00 3.4% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 3,421 na Charges For Services 1,330,769 1,408,500 876,500 917,400 917,400 (34.9%) Water Revenue 34,685,924 41,878,000 40,972,000 43,300,000 43,300,000 3.4% Miscellaneous Revenues 29,604 2,800 21,600 (100.0%) Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op (18,763,397) (21,041,100) (19,805,800) (20,777,800) 208,800 (20,569,000) (2.2%) Total Funding 17,286,322 22,248,200 22,064,300 23,439,600 208,800 23,648,400 6.3% Fiscal Year 2008 23 Public Utilities Division Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Forecast FY 06/07 - Operating Expenses reflect a net decrease of $208,000. A major part of this reduction is attributable to a projected decrease of $178,200 for electricity costs, $122,000 for permits for injection wells that are slill in the engineering and permitting process; and $97,900 for recalculated wastewater industrial extra strength charges. Partially offsetting these decreases are anticipated increases in several areas, primarily $50,000 for emergency maintenance and repairs; $25,000 for utilities parts; $37,900 for unbudgeted charges related to Hurricane Wilma Recovery; and $25,900 for cartridge filters. Revenue FY 06/07 - Water revenues are projected to decrease $906,000 or 2.2%. This reduction is related to lower than budgeted demand for potable water for the year due to the recently enacted South Florida Water Management District water restrictions imposed to conserve water during the drought conditions. Current FY 07108 - Personal Services includes $495,026 in Overtime for the North and South Treatment Plants, Distribution, and the Laboratory cost centers primarily for emergency response and leave coverage. Operating Expenses show a projected increase of $897,700. The primary causes for the projected increase are the escalating costs of chemicals in the amount of $446,300 and an increase in electricity costs of $260,200. Additional factors for the increase include costs for the following items: insurance of $87,300; fleet maintenance and fuel of $138,400, emergency maintenance of $60,000; utilities parts of $32,000; cartridge filters of $124,900; and interdepartmental payments of $140,900. Offsetting these increases will be decreases of $152,400 for injection well permits; $203,400 for extra strength charges; and $67,600 in other contractual costs due mostly to a one time cost for sludge pond cleaning. Capital Equipment $24,000 - Mid-size SUV, Replacement $74,000 - Two (2) Service Truck with Utility Bed, Replacement $35,000 - 3/4 Ton Cargo Van, Replacement $24,000 - 3/4 Ton Crew Cab Pickup Truck, Replacement $20,500 - Compact Truck, Replacement $26,000 - Water Quality Test Kits and Sampling Equipment, Replacement $16,500 - Scissor Lift, Replacement $10,000 - Pumps, Repiacement $4,000 - Copier, Replacement $2,000 - Pressure Washer, Replacement $2,000 - Air Compressor, Replacement $17,000 - Gator Cart, Replacement $20,500 - Shop Equipment, Replacement $80,000 - Equipment Parts over $1,000, Replacement $10,000 - Membrane Filter Parts, Replacement $20,000 - Safety Handrail, Replacement $60,900 - Valve Maintenance Equipment, Replacement $5,600 - Leak Detector Tools $8,700 - Radio Frequency Testing Equipment $5,000 - Three (3) Handheld Radios, Replacement $465,000 - Total Capital Outlay Expanded FY 07/08: Water Distribution This expanded request will provide for one Maintenance Specialist to provide maintenance of the additional 24 wells installed in the South Reverse Osmosis Wellfield (SRO). The additional wells were constructed in the SRO Wellfield during FY07 to support the 12 mgd expansion of treatment capacity that was brought online at the South County Regional Water Treatment Plant. The wells require daily monitoring by wellfreld team members. The additional team member will also allow for maintenance tasks to be performed in-house on the new additions to our well inventory. If this position is not funded there will be a potential increase in overtime costs, potential decrease in sustainability and reliability of the wellfields, a potential increase in workload on existing employees, and a potential reduction in water quality/capacity to the water treatment plants. Funding is for salaries and wages and all necessary operating expenses in the amount of $48,700. Based on the existing bid with the wellfield vendor, the cost to perform this work with outside contractors would be $176,800. Accordingly, the cost/benefit ratio is 3.6 for this request. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 24 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District South County Regional Water Treatment Plant This expanded request will provide for the hiring of two additionai team members at the South County Regional Water Treatment Plant (SCRWTP). In FY 07 the SCRWTP completed the construction of an additionai 12 mgd of water treatment capacity to the reverse osmosis portion of this Facility. This additional capacity represents a 60% increase in the production capacity at this location. The additional FTEs will provide for one Senior Crew Leader and one Operator to assist with the operation and maintenance of this additional capacity. Not funding this request would piace an increased demand on the current staff that would be expected to monitor, control, and maintain the additional 12 mgd treatment process, potentially resulting in higher costs for overtime and contractual services. Funding will be for salaries and wages and all necessary operating and capital outlay expenses in the amount of $105,400 representing best value for the rate payers. Contractual costs for a skilled labor mechanic to perform the required maintenance and the overtime necessary for the existing Operators total $260,822. Thus, the cost/benefit ratio is 2.5 for these requested positions. North County Regional Water Treatment Plant This expanded request will allow for the hiring one senior plant operator for the North County Regional Water Treatment Plant (NCRWTP). The NCRWTP is scheduled to have constructed during FY 08 and FY 09 an additional 2 mgd of treatment production capacity, which will represent a 10% increase in treatment capacity. The new 2 mgd will result in a third treatment process in the facility that will utilize high pressure reverse osmosis to treat water that has a high salt content. The addition of the Senior Operator position will provide for additional operations and maintenance response associated with the new treatment process. Not funding this request would place an increased demand on current staff that will be expected to monitor and control the additional 2 mgd High TDS reverse osmosis process. Funding will be for salaries and wages and all necessary operating and capital outlay expenses in the amount of $54,700. Overtime costs at lime and one half for the existing staff to perform these -'-qquired tasks is $104,822. Accordingly, the cost/benefit ratio is 1.9 for this request. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 25 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Public Utilities Operations Center (408) Mission Statement To provide a consolidated location for the operations of the Water Administration, Wastewater Administration, Public Utilities Engineering, and Utility Billing and Customer Service Departments of the Public Utilities Division. FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Departmental Administration/Overhead Maintenance of the Operations Center, including the maintenance of all common areas utilized by County staff, as well as, tenants that lease space not needed by the County at this time. FY 2008 FY 2008 Budget Revenues 228,300 FY 2008 Net Cost 228,300 Current Level of Service Budget 228,300 228,300 228,300 228,300 Total Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Cost to maintain Operations Center per square foot (86,400 sq. ft. under 0.64 0.36 0.43 0.75 air - 5 acres of land - Total 304,200 sq. ft.) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 193.919 108,600 130.300 228,300 228,300 110.2% Net Operating Budget 193,919 108,600 130,300 228,300 228,300 110.2% Total Budget 193,919 108,600 130,300 228,300 228,300 110.2% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 9,391 10,800 1,700 (100.0%) Miscellaneous Revenues 500 3,200 na Reimb From Other Depts 854 na Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op 183.174 97,800 125,400 228.300 228,300 133.4% Total Funding 193,919 108,600 130,300 228,300 228,300 110.2% Forecast FY06/07 - Operating expenditures are $21,700 higher than anticipated due to increases of $15,000 for major repairs due to storm water damage to walls in the Utility Billing and Customer Service area, $10,300 for an increase in the frequency of trash pickups, and $3,000 for previously unbudgeted pest control. These costs were offset by a decrease of $6.900 for electricity. Revenue FY06/07 - Revenue decreased by $10.800 as space previously occupied by tenants are now occupied by Public Utilities Division Departments. Current FY07/08 - It is anticipated that there will be an increase of $119,700 in expenditures over the FY06/07 appropriated bUdget. This increase will be caused primarily by three expenses: $103,200 for general and property insurance. $11,600 for trash and garbage, and $4,600 for water and sewer. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 26 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division County Water/Sewer District Reserves, Interest and Transfers (408) Mission Statement FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Reserves, Interest. and Transfers 35,098,500 1,703,300 33,395,200 Current Level of Service Budget 35,098,500 1,703,300 33,395,200 Total Proposed Budget 35,098,500 1,703,300 33,395,200 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Trans to General Fund 310,100 341,500 341,500 278,500 278,500 (18.4%) Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 591,700 958,700 958,700 925,700 925,700 (3.4%) Trans to 410 W/S Debt Serv Fd 9,424,900 8,010,900 7,697,900 7,175,400 7,175,400 (10.4%) Trans to 412 W User Fee Cap Fd 18,570,000 26,490,000 26,490,000 5,775,400 5,775,400 (78.2%) Trans to 414 S User Fee Cap Fd 4,372,100 18,408,100 18,408,100 8,663,100 8,663,100 (52.9%) Trans to 521 Fleet Mgt Fd 155,735 na Reserves For Contingencies 3,664,000 3,481,200 3,481,200 (5.0%) Reserves For Cash Flow 9,669,000 9,848,000 9,848,000 1.9% '~eserve for Attrition (449,600) (1,048,800) (1,048,800) 133.3% Total Budget 33,424,535 67,Q92,600 53,896,200 35,098,500 35,098,500 (47,7%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 5,387,621 na InteresUMisc 1,037,288 1,539,000 340,000 273,400 273,400 (82.2%) Net Cost Co Water/Sewer Op 26,982,927 36,530,900 23,643,000 33,395,200 33,395,200 (8.6%) Trans fm 114 Pollutn Ctrl Fd 64,300 64,300 na Trans fm 409 W/S Assessmt Fd 150,200 150,200 25,200 25,200 (83.2%) Trans fm 470 Sofid Waste Fd 16,700 138,000 138,000 153,600 153,600 11.3% Carry Forward 30,943,800 29,625,000 5,985,800 5,985,800 (80.7%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (2,209,300) (4,799,000) (4,799,000) 117.2% Total Funding 33,424,535 67,092,600 53,896,200 35,098,500 35,098,500 (47,7%) Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 27 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Goodland Water District FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 475,166 488,900 507,600 468,900 468,900 (4.1%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 5,700 7,500 7,500 5,600 5,600 (25.3%) Capital Outlay 41,958 88,000 88,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 522,823 584,400 603,100 474,500 474,500 (18.8%) Reserves For Contingencies 52,800 23,700 23.700 (55.1%) Reserves For Capital 229,600 229,600 na Reserves For Cash Flow 122,100 118,700 118,700 (2.8%) Total Budget 522,823 759,300 603,100 846,500 846,500 11.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Goodland Water District Fund (441) 522,823 584,400 603,100 474,500 474,500 (18.8%) Total Net Budget 522,823 584,400 603,100 474,500 474,500 (18.8%) Total Transfers and Reserves 174,900 372,000 372,000 112.7% Total Budget 522,823 759,300 603,100 846,500 846,500 11.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Water Revenue 582,330 525,900 545,400 563,500 563,500 7.1% Fines & Forfeitures 100 na Miscellaneous Revenues 47,396 600 na InteresUMisc 9,373 39,600 18.000 18,000 18.000 (54.5%) Assessments 2 na Carry Forward 220,100 332,200 293,200 293,200 33.2% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (26,300) (28,200) (28,200) 7.2% Total Funding 639,102 759,300 896,300 846,500 846,500 11.5% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopled Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Goodland Water District Fund (441) 0.00 na T olal FTE na Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 28 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Goodland Water District Goodland Water District Fund (441) Mission Statement The mission of the Goodland Water District is to provide a clean, reliable, and safe source of water for the approximately 500 service connections that are part of this water district. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Goodland Operation and Maintenance 474,500 581,500 -107,000 Operation and Maintenance of Goodland Repump Station and Distribution System Reserves 372,000 265,000 107,000 Current Level of Service Budget 846,500 846,500 Total Proposed Budget 846,500 846,500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Amount of water re-treated and provided to Goodland (mg) 69.35 83.14 75.00 77.50 Compliance with Federal and State Regulations 100 100 100 100 Cost per 1,000 Gallons 7.54 7.03 8.04 6.12 Provide reliable source of water to Goodland Water District 100 100 100 100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change ..Jperating Expense 475,166 488,900 507,600 468,900 468,900 (4.1%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 5,700 7,500 7,500 5,600 5,600 (25,3%) Capital Outlay 41,958 88,000 88,000 (100.0%) Net Operating Budget 522,823 584,400 603,100 474,500 474,500 (18.8%) Reserves For Contingencies 52,800 23,700 23,700 (55,1%) Reserves For Capital 229,600 229,600 na Reserves For Cash Flow 122,100 118,700 118,700 (2,8%) Total Budget 522,823 759,300 603,100 846,500 846,500 11.5% Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Water Revenue 582,330 525,900 545,400 563,500 563,500 7.1% Fines & Forfeitures 100 na Miscellaneous Revenues 47,396 600 na Interest/Mise 9,373 39,600 18,000 18,000 18,000 (54.5%) Assessments 2 na Carry Forward 220,100 332,200 293,200 293,200 33.2% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (26,300) (28,200) (28,200) 7.2% Total Funding 639,102 759,300 896,300 846,500 846,500 11.5% Fiscal Year 2008 29 Public Utilities Division Collier County Government F,scal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Goodland Water District Forecast FY 06/07 - Operating expenses reflect an increase of $18,700 mainly due to an increase of $51 ,000 for interdepartmental payment for services for work done by the Water Department, which is funded by the County Water/Sewer Fund, that necessitates a transfer of those costs to Goodland. These expenses were offset by decreases of $25,400 for bulk water, $4,100 for electricity, and $3,000 for repairs and parts. Revenue FY 06/07 - Forecast 2007 Revenue is anticipated to be $19,500 greater than the FY 2007 Budget. This is due to the completion of a water loss mitigation project and the installation of new automatic read meters. Current FY 07/87 - Operating expenses are projected to decrease by $21 ,900 due to a decrease of $16,300 for bulk water, $6,100 for property insurance, $3,400 for electricity, $2,500 for fuel and lubricants, and $1,900 for indirect costs. This is projected to be offset by an increase of $8,000 for interdepartmental payments for services provided by the Water Department and Utility Billing and Customer Service. Revenue FY 07/08 - The projected increase of $37,600 in water revenue is based on a projected increase in water consumption. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 30 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,585,458 1,914,600 1,684,600 1,840,600 31,200 1,871,800 (2.2%) Operating Expense 29,847,542 32,156,700 31,496,900 33,180,700 33,180,700 3.2% Indirect Cost Reimburs 327,300 341,500 341,500 387,000 387,000 13.3% Capital Outlay 448,721 136,400 136,400 277,900 277,900 103.7% Net Operating Budget 32,209,021 34,549,200 33,659,400 35,686,200 31,200 35,717,400 3.4% Trans to Property Appraiser 190,019 224,800 221,400 250,000 250,000 11.2% Trans to Tax Collector 89,693 101,000 93,700 107,800 107,800 6.7% Trans to General Fund 83,100 57,300 57,300 129,100 129,100 125.3% Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 53,200 59,900 59,900 78,400 78,400 30.9% Trans to 408 Water/Sewer Fd 16,700 138,000 138,000 153,600 153,600 11.3% Trans to 474 Solid Waste Cap Fd 5,641,000 3,215,900 3,215,900 2,099,400 2,099,400 (34.7%) Reserves For Contingencies 1,955,900 1,791,800 1,791,800 (8.4%) Reserves For Capital 6,712,400 7,194,100 7,194,100 7.2% Reserves For Cash Flow 2,298,500 2,298,500 na Reserve for Attrition (37,200) (74,900) (74,900) 101.3% Total Budget 38,282,733 46,977,200 37,445,600 49,714,000 31,200 49,745,200 5.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Mandatory Trash Collection Fund (473) 14,544,626 16,200,300 15,296,300 16,541,200 16,541,200 2.1% Solid Waste Disposal Fund (470) 17,540,723 18,348,900 18,342,800 19,145,000 31,200 19,176,200 4.5% Solid Waste Disposal Grants Fund (472) 50,243 20,300 na ..~~oljd Waste Landfill Closure Costs Fund 73,428 na 71) Total Net Budget 32,209,021 34,549,200 33,659,400 35,686,200 31,200 35,717,400 3.4% Total Transfers and Reserves 6,073,712 12,428,000 3,786,200 14,027,800 14,027,800 12.9% Total Budget 38,282,733 46,977,200 37,445,600 49,714,000 31,200 49,745,200 5.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Franchise Fees 910,738 937,300 945,500 964,400 964,400 2.9% Intergovernmental Revenues 50,243 na Charges For Services 18,044,547 20,339,100 20,161,900 21,328,300 21,328,300 4.9% Mandatory Collection Fees 14,543,393 15,776,100 16,094,200 17,288,400 17,288,400 9.6% Miscellaneous Revenues 143,107 82,000 139,000 157,500 157,500 92.1% JnteresUMisc 286,621 203,400 315,900 314,300 314,300 54.5% Reimb From Other Depts 109,001 60,000 125,000 130,100 130,100 116.8% Trans frm Tax Collector 44,856 40,000 40,000 41,600 41,600 4.0% Carry Forward 20,257 11,392,300 11,147,200 11,523,100 11,523,100 1.1% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,853,000) (2,002,500) (2,002,500) 8.1% Total Funding 34,152,763 46,977,200 48,968,700 49,745,200 49,745,200 5.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Solid Waste Disposal Fund (470) 27.10 27.10 26.10 26.10 0.50 26.60 (1.8%) Total FTE 27.10 27.10 26,10 26,10 0.50 26.60 (1.8%) Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 31 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management Solid Waste Disposal Fund (470) Mission Statement To provide Collier County with an efficient and economical balance of publiC and private services to meet federal, state and local regulations for solid waste disposal in a manner that assures public health and safety; reduces the solid waste stream; increases public awareness of recycling; and, adheres to the guiding principles of environmental and growth management compliance, airspace preservation, operational excellence, and best value service. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 3.10 1,326,734 1,326,734 Administration of solid waste and hazardous waste collection and disposal including landfill operations, scalehouse operations, recycling and transfer station operations, and contract administration. Solid and hazardous waste strategic planning including growth management, concurrency compliance, and annual update and inventory reporting (AUIR). Short, intermediate, and long term financial planning. Hurricane and disaster debris management planning. Environmental compliance/reliability improvements of landfills, transfer stations, hazardous waste center and recycling centers. Overhead includes Payment in Lieu of Taxes, indirect costs, transfers, general insurance, and legal fees. Landfill Operations CenterlScalehouse and Recycling Center/T 16.00 16,450,466 21,315,100 -4,864,634 Scalehouse operations of Collier and lmmokalee landfills and operations of Naples, Marco, Carnes town and Immokalee Recycling Centers. Provide efficient balance of public and private services to meet State requirements for solid waste disposal. Provide the public with cost effective disposal and recycling alternative. Provide year round drop off location for household hazardous waste. Provide the business district drop off location for disposal of recyclable materials to comply with the Non-Residential Recycling Ordinance 2004-50. Waste Reduction and Recycling 3.00 508,000 508,000 Reduce solid waste stream flow to the landfill to preserve valuable landfill airspace. Develop continuous educational outreach to raise public awareness on the importance of recycling, re-use and waste reduction. Provide countywide waste reduction and recycling program to single family residents. Promote countywide waste reduction and recycling program to multi-family residents. Enhance and reinforce the non-residential recycling program, including waste stream analysis and drop-off centers for business districts, promotion and marketing. Assist with implementation and development of county-wide school recycling programs. Environmental Compliance 4.00 859,800 859,800 Ensure environmental compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations for the Collier County Landfill, Immokalee Transfer Station and the closed Collier County Eustis Landfill, Recycle Centers including the Hazardous Waste Collection Centers. Ensure compliance with Landfill and Transfer Station Permit requirements. Ensure environmental compliance in the Collier County Landfill Operations Agreement. Implement plan for reducing the amount of recyclable materials disposed of in the landfill. Develop, implement and monitor odor control plan for the Collier County Naples Landfill. Plan, review and implement the debris removal management plan. Manage Collier County hazardous waste collection centers for residents and small businesses. Implement public outreach program for hazardous and universal waste reuse, recycling and proper disposal. Solid Waste Disposal 130,100 -130,100 Reserves 842,700 118,800 723,900 Transfers 1,586,700 41,600 1,545,100 Current Level of Service Budget 26.10 21,574,400 21,605,600 -31,200 Project Manager FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE 0.50 Expanded Services Budget 0.50 FY 2008 Budget 31,200 31,200 21,605,600 FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost 31,200 31,200 Total Proposed Budget 26.60 21,605,600 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 32 1 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management Solid Waste Disposal Fund (470) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Average Unit Cost per Ton 31.78 30.60 27.32 26.00 Customer Served at the Recycling Centers 83.848 65,000 71,966 74,845 Diversion Rate (%) 64 64 65 66 Electronics Collected (Pounds) 527,035 681,000 708,000 FDEP Recycling Rate (%) 31 32 32 32 Vehicles Routed at the Landfills 154,086 160,000 141,000 146,600 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,585,458 1,914,600 1,684,600 1,840,600 31,200 1,871,800 (2.2%) Operating Expense 15,179,244 15.956,400 16,180,300 16,639,500 16,639,500 4.3% Indirect Cost Reimburs 327,300 341,500 341,500 387,000 387,000 13.3% Capital Outlay 448,721 136,400 136,400 277,900 277,900 103.7% Net Operating Budget 17,540,723 18,348,900 18,342,800 19,145,000 31,200 19,176,200 4.5% Trans to General Fund 83,100 57,300 57,300 129,100 129,100 125.3% Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 53,200 59,900 59,900 78,400 78.400 30.9% Trans to 408 Water/Sewer Fd 16.700 138,000 138,000 153,600 153,600 11.3% Trans to 474 Solid Waste Cap Fd 5,391,000 2,965,900 2,965,900 1,239,400 1,239,400 (58.2%) Reserves For Contingencies 509,700 903.800 903.800 77.3% Reserve for Attrition (37,200) (74,900) (74,900) 101.3% Total Budget 23,084,723 22,042,500 21,563,900 21,574,400 31,200 21,605,600 (2.0%) T atal FTE 27.10 27.10 26.10 26.10 0.50 26.60 (1.8%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Charges For Services 17,932,049 20,336,300 20,041,800 21,206,200 21.206,200 4.3% Miscellaneous Revenues 143,107 82,000 89,000 107,500 107,500 31.1% Interest/Mise (7,504) na Reimb From Other Depts 109,001 60,000 125,000 130,100 130,100 116.8% Trans frm Tax Collector 44,856 40,000 40,000 41,600 41,600 4.0% Carry Forward 2,531,300 2,453.900 1,185,800 1,185,800 (53.2%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,007,100) (1,065,600) (1,065,600) 5.8% Total Funding 18,221,509 22,042,500 22,749,700 21,605,600 21,605,600 (2.0%) Fiscal Year 2008 33 Public Utilities Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management Forecast FY 06/07 - During FY07, one position was transferred from the Scalehouse to the Financiai Operations Department to integrate the fiscal payables function into one area in Public Utilities. Operating expense increased by $223,900. There is a net increase in payments of $197,800 to the landfill contractor for the Immokalee Transfer Station for increased tonnage and a slight decrease in tonnage at Collier County landfill than originally budgeted. other contractual services increased by $177,300 due to $60,000 for electronics recycling, $99,000 for the artificial reef program, and $18,000 for engineering consulting services. These increases are somewhat offset by decreases of $12,000 for fuel and lubricants, and $138,000 for interdepartmental payments that were budgeted as an operating expense and as a transfer. Revenue FY06/07 - Revenue from landfill fees decreased by $294,500 due to Collier Counly Landfill tonnage being slightly less than anticipated in the budget. Offsetting this is an increase of $65,000 in Reimbursements from other departments due 10 increases in tonnage to the County LandfilL Current FY07108 - The principle increases in budgeted operating expenses include a $642,800 increase in the landfill and transfer site expenses (based on adjustments in the Consumer Price Index as per the contract) and $41,500 for environmental consulting services for landfill operations compliance audits. Capital Equipment $5,000 - Office Furniture $26,000 - 3/4 ton 4wd pickup truck, Replacement $8,000 - two (2) desktop PCs and one (1) laptop PC $118,900 - Automated Odor Monitoring Equipment at the County Landfill $110,000 - Roll-off truck for the recycling centers, Replacement $10,000 - Hazardous materials storage cabinets & containers, Replacements $277,900 - Total Capital Outlay Revenue FY 07108 - Revenues from landfill fees are increasing by $869,900 due to a projected increase in tonnage and Consumer Price Index adjusted contract costs. Also increasing are revenues of $25,500 for a reimbursement from the Solid Waste franchisee for leachate production and $70,100 for an increase in tonnage reimbursements from interdepartmental invoices from Road and Bridge, Wastewater Collections, Domestic Animal Services, and Parks and Recreation. Expanded FY07108 A 0.5 FTE Project Manager position is being requested at a cost of $31 ,200 to bring a current Project Manager position to a full-time FTE. Approval of this partial funding of an FTE will provide the necessary resources to better develop and implement the Board approved 32 options in the Integrated Solid Waste Management Strategy, which will directly preserve valuable landfill airspace. The cost/benefit ratio of 6.1 represents a best value solution. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 34 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management Solid Waste Landfill Closure Costs Fund (471) Mission Statement To comply with Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Landfill closure requirements, funds are held in reserve for post closure liabilities, and compliance requirements, to include long-term monitoring. Program Summary Departmental Administration/Overhead Closure assessment and long term monitoring. Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 7,194,100 7,194,100 7,194,100 7,194,100 7,194,100 7,194,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 73,428 na Net Operating Budget 73,428 na Reserves For Capital 6.712,400 7,194,100 7,194,100 7.2% Total Budget 73,428 6,712,400 7,194,100 7,194,100 7.2% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change ,lteresVMisc 283,722 192,900 299,100 297,500 297,500 54.2% Carry Forward 6,529,100 6,612,300 6,911,400 6,911,400 5.9% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (9,600) (14,800) (14,800) 54.2% Total Funding 283,722 6,712,400 6,911,400 7,194,100 7,194,100 7.2% Current FY 07/08 - The County is responsible for all closure and maintenance requirements for the closed Eustis Landfill in Immokalee, and Cells 3 and 4 and a portion of Cell 6 in the Collier County Landfiil. In addition the County is responsible for closed Cell 1 and three agricultural-plastics cells in the Immokalee Landfill. Therefore, $7,194,100 is held in reserves within Fund (471) for environmental risks and potential associated liabilities. A study has been conducted indicating that potential liabilities could exceed the current baiance in the fund. Therefore, maintaining this fund is prudent. Fiscal Year 2008 35 Public Utilities Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management Solid Waste Disposal Grants Fund (472) Mission Statement To obtain available recycling funds from the State of Florida to increase recycling pursuant to Florida State Statutes (F.S. 403.7). Program Summary Current Level of Service Budget Total Proposed Budget FY 2008 Total FTE FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Reven ues FY 2008 Net Cost FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 50.243 20.300 na Net Operating Budget 50,243 20,300 na Total Budget 50,243 20,300 ft&'. FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 50.243 na InteresUMisG na Carry Forward 20.257 20.300 na Total Funding 70,500 20,300 na This budget is shown for illustrative purposes oniy, as State of Florida recycling grants do not coincide with the County fiscal year. Grants and subsequent budget amendments will be submitted to and approved by the Board of County Commissioners as they become available. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 36 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management Mandatory Trash Collection Fund (473) Mission Statement Provide for the health and safety of citizens of Collier County by providing for the collection, disposal. and related code enforcement activities of the solid waste stream generated in the County. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Solid Waste Collections - Franchisees 17,759,000 18,441,700 -682,700 Provide payment to Mandatory Trash Collection franchisees for the number of units s'erved curbside and in accordance with the Mandatory Trash Collection Ordinance and the Solid Waste Franchisee aareements. Reserves 3,186,500 2,503,800 682,700 Current Level of SelVies Budget 20,945,500 20,945,500 Total Proposed Budget 20,945,500 20,945,500 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual BUdget Forecast Budget Mandatory Trash Collection Rate District 1 153.70 161.06 161.06 167.67 Mandatory Trash Collection Rate District 2 144.26 151.34 151.34 157.54 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change 'perating Expense 14,544,626 16,200,300 15,296,300 16,541,200 16,541,200 2.1% Net Operating Budget 14,544,626 16,200,300 15,296,300 16,541,200 16,541,200 2.1% Trans to Property Appraiser 190,019 224,800 221,400 250,000 250,000 11.2% Trans to Tax Collector 89,693 101,000 93,700 107,800 107,800 6.7% Trans to 474 Solid Waste Cap Fd 250,000 250,000 250,000 860,000 860,000 244.0% Reserves For Contingencies 1,446,200 888,000 888,000 (38.6%) Reserves For Cash Flow 2,298,500 2,298,500 na Total Budget 15,074,338 18,222,300 15,861,400 20,945,500 20,945,500 14.9% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Franchise Fees 910,738 937,300 945,500 964,400 964,400 2.9% Charges For Services 112,498 2,800 120,100 122,100 122,100 4,260.7% Mandatory Collection Fees 14,543,393 15,776,100 16,094,200 17,288,400 17,288,400 9.6% Miscellaneous Revenues 50,000 50,000 50,000 na InteresUMisc 10,403 10,500 16,800 16,800 16,800 60.0% Carry Forward 2,331,900 2,060,700 3,425,900 3,425,900 46.9% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (836,300) (922,100) (922,100) 10.3% Total Funding 15,577,033 18,222,300 19,287,300 20,945,500 20,945,500 14.9% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 37 Collier County Government FIscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Solid Waste Management Forecast FY 06/07 ~ Operating expenses are anticipated to be under budget by $904,000. The primary driver of this decrease IS a reduction of solid waste going to the landfill for burial. Revenue FY 06/07 - Forecast revenues for Mandatory collections are above budget by $318,100. The primary drivers of this increase are: the number of single family residential accounts increased greater than forecast, and the County took over the fiscal management of the commercial cart program from the franchisee in FY2007. Current FY 07/08 - Operating expenses are increasing by $304,900. Primary drivers are contractual increases for the solid waste residential collection contractors and growth in the customer base. Revenue FY 07/08 - The operating revenue budget is increasing $1,715,000. The FY 07/08 budget is based on an estimated account base of 107,731 single family residential units receiving curbside service, which includes 3,330 additional residential units. In addition, the revenue budget includes increased revenues from franchise fees, commercial can accounts and franchise fees from both residential accounts and commercial accounts served by the collection contractors. DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 2 ACTUAL ACTUAL REQUESTED REQUESTED % OF CHANGE % OF CHANGE FY07 FY07 FY08 FY08 FY07IFY1J8 FY07IFY08 Tax Bill Rate (before 4% discount) $ 161.06 $ 151.34 $ 167.67 $ 157.54 4.10% 4.10% Collected Rate (after 4% discount) $ 154.62 $ 145.29 $ 160.96 $ 151.24 4.10% 4.10% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 38 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Water Pollution Control FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,405,812 1,693,600 1,702,500 1,809,800 62,900 1,872,700 10.6% Operating Expense 428,576 936,600 919,600 906,400 9,600 916,000 (2.2%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 183,400 176,300 176,300 196,700 196,700 11.6% Capital Outlay 106,883 228,800 338,200 135,300 22,200 157,500 (31.2%) Net Operating Budget 2,124,671 3,035,300 3,136,600 3,048,200 94,700 3,142,900 3.5% Trans to Property Appraiser 16,265 23,300 17,600 18,200 18,200 (21.9%) Trans to Tax Collector 52,156 71,200 61,700 91,000 91,000 27.8% Trans to General Fund 4,800 5,200 5,200 32,200 32,200 519.2% Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 59,000 72,900 72,900 58,600 58,600 (19.6%) Trans to 408 Water/Sewer Fd 64,300 64,300 na Reserves For Contingencies 164,800 165,400 165,400 0.4% Reserves For Capital 500,000 388,200 388,200 (22.4%) Reserve for Attrition (28,400) (72,700) (72,700) 156.0% Total Budget 2,256,893 3,844,300 3,294,000 3,793,400 94,700 3,888,100 1.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Water Pollution Control Fund (114) 1,971,085 2,895,300 3,136,600 3,048,200 94,700 3,142,900 8.6% Water Pollution Grant Fund (116) 153,586 140,000 (100.0%) T atal Net Budget 2,124,671 3,035,300 3,136,600 3,048,200 94,700 3,142,900 3.5% Total Transfers and Reserves 132,221 809,000 157,400 745,200 745,200 (7.9%) Total Budget 2,256,893 3,844,300 3,294,000 3,793,400 94,700 3,888,100 1.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 2,057,565 2,470,800 2,379,000 2,639,200 2,639,200 6.8% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 671 na Licenses & Permits 845 800 800 800 800 0% Intergovernmental Revenues 140,056 159,000 159,000 159,000 159,000 0% SFWMD/Big Cypress Revenue 246,375 140,000 (100.0%) Charges For Services 38,277 63,300 311,400 321,600 321,600 408.1% Miscellaneous Revenues 4,101 na InteresUMisc (1,274) 700 400 400 400 (42.9%) Other Financing Sources 200,000 na Reimb From Other Depts 8,447 49,500 5,300 18,900 18,900 (61.8%) Trans frm Property Appraiser 2,721 na Trans frm Tax Collector 26,081 na Trans fm Special Rev Fds na Trans fm 113 Comm Dev Fd 46,100 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 0% Carry Forward 1,047,500 1,241,300 853,200 853,200 (18.5%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (137,300) (155,000) (155,000) 12.9% Total Funding 2,769,964 3,844,300 4,147,200 3,888,100 3,888,100 1.1% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Water Pollution Control Fund (114) 20.50 22.50 24.50 24.50 1.00 25.50 13.3% ,.." Water Pollution Grant Fund (116) 2.00 2.00 (100.0%) Total FTE 22,50 24.50 24,50 24.50 1,00 25.50 4.1% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 39 Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Water Pollution Control Water Pollution Control Fund (114) Mission Statement To pro actively plan, develop, and efficiently implement programs that protect the safety, health and welfare of the community and its environment through the protection of Collier County's groundwater, freshwater, surface water and other nonMtidal water resources from all sources of pollution in compliance with Collier County's Pollution Control Ordinance 89-20, Growth Management Plan, Related Contracts/Agreements, and State Mandates. FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Departmental Administration/Overhead 6.50 927,881 2,639,700 -1,711,819 Provide direct program support to the Department team through administrative, customer service and database management. Meets the service demands of other intergovernmental agencies/departments. Storage Tank Management 2.00 173,900 159,000 14,900 Primarily funded by a Florida Department of Environmental Protection Governmental Contract that requires inspections of petroleum storage tank facilities to ensure their compliance. Meets the demands of Collier County's Pollution Control Ordinance 89-20, Growth Management Plan - Conservation and Coastal Management Element (GMP-CCM) Objective 9.4 and Contract GC-526. Hazardous Waste Compliance Assistance & Mgmt 2.50 200,600 500 200,100 Through onsite hazardous waste/materials compliance assistant verification inspections and program outreach, this program complies with the demands of the State Mandate (Florida Statute 403.72), GMP~CCM Elements 9.2, 9,2.1 and 9.2.2, and the Ground Water Protection Land Development Code (LDC) Section 3.16. Water Resources Monitoring 3.00 762,789 290,900 471,889 To monitor Collier County's water quality through the collection and evaluation of ground and surface water samples. Includes landfill monitoring, Red Tide sampling, and community notification. Ensures the integrity of field samples collected and lab analysis conducted by meeting the demands of a Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan and Certification Program pursuant to Florida Department of Health Florida Administrative Code 64E-1, GMP-CCM Goal 2 and Goal 3, Growth Management Plan - PFE (Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Sub-Element) Goal 1.3 and Contract ML040284, Analytical Services 6.00 742,678 49,000 693,678 Performs lab analysis on surface water, ground water, drinking water and wastewater samples for the public and other clients, such as the Department of Health, Pelican Bay, Solid Waste, Storm Water Management, and the South Florida Water Management District. Meets the demands of Pollution Control Ordinance 89-20 and Contract ML040284. Wastewater and Sludge Management 1.00 78,435 800 77,635 Perform compliance inspections of package sewage treatment plants and regulates the safe and proper transportation and disposal of domestic sludge within Collier County. Meets the demands within Pollution Control Ordinance 89-20, Collier County/Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FOEP) Sewage Treatment Plant Compliance Inspection Agreement and County Ordinance 87-79. Pollution Complaint Investigation 0.25 21,773 21,773 Respond to approximately 200 complaints re8arding potential pollution sources. Meets the demands within Pollution Control rdinance 89-20. Air Quality Monitoring 1.25 96,844 96,844 Assist the State in the monitoring of air quality in Collier County required within GMP-CCM Objective 8.1 and in accordance with Collier County/FDEP Agreement #AQ158. SFWMD Contract OT 061098 2.00 107,600 107,600 Will monitor Collier County's ground water and prepare annual assessment report in accordance with the requirements found within SWFMO Contract OT061 098. Meets the demands of Collier County's Pollution Control Ordinance 89-20, GMP-CCME Objective 3.4 and Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Sub-element Objective 1.3. Reserves 480,900 698,200 -217,300 Transfers/Remittances 200,000 50,000 150,000 Current Level of Service Budget 24.50 3,793,400 3,888,100 -94,700 Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 40 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public UtIlities DivIsIon Water Pollution Control Water Pollution Control Fund (114) FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Enhancements Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost Environmental Specialist 1.00 94,700 94,700 Expanded Services Budget 1.00 94,700 94,700 Total Proposed Budget 25.50 3,888,100 3,888,100 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 Program Performance Measures Actual Budget Forecast Budget Air Quality Data Report Submitted 4 4 4 4 Laboratory Analyses Performed 25,440 33,730 33,730 43,000 Number of Petroleum Storage Tank Facility Inspections 624 480 810 972 Number of Small Business Hazardous Waste Inspections 421 1,186 1,122 1,166 Number of Water Quality Sample Locations 101 171 234 240 Responses to Pollution Complaints/Investigations 303 325 188 195 Sludge Transportation Licenses Issued 158 186 160 167 Wastewater Treatment Plant Compliance Inspections 60 60 60 60 Fiscal Year 2008 41 PubJjc Utilities Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Water Pollution Control Water Pollution Control Fund (114) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 1,343,849 1,578,000 1,702,500 1,809,800 62,900 1,872,700 18.7% Operating Expense 362,780 912,200 919,600 906,400 9,600 916,000 0.4% Indirect Cost Reimburs 167,400 176,300 176,300 196,700 196,700 11.6% Capital Outlay 97,055 228,800 338,200 135,300 22,200 157,500 (31.2%) Net Operating Budget 1,971,085 2,895,300 3,136,600 3,048,200 94,700 3,142,900 8.6% Trans to Property Appraiser 16,265 23,300 17,600 18,200 18,200 (21.9%) Trans to Tax Collector 52,156 71,200 61,700 91,000 91,000 27.8% Trans to General Fund 4,800 5,200 5,200 32,200 32,200 519.2% Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 59,000 72,900 72,900 58,600 58,600 (19.6%) Trans to 408 Water/Sewer Fd 64,300 64,300 na Reserves For Contingencies 164,800 165,400 165,400 0.4% Reserves For Capital 500,000 388,200 388,200 (22.4%) Reserve for Attrition (28,400) (72,700) (72,700) 156.0% Total Budget 2,103,306 3,704,300 3,294,000 3,793,400 94,700 3,888,100 5.0% Total FTE 20.50 22.50 24.50 24.50 1.00 25.50 13.3% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Ad Valorem Taxes 2,057,565 2,470,800 2,379,000 2,639,200 2,639,200 6.8% Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes 671 na Licenses & Permits 845 800 800 800 800 0% Intergovernmental Revenues 160,646 159,000 159,000 159,000 159,000 0% SFWMD/Big Cypress Revenue na Charges For Services 38,277 63,300 311,400 321,600 321,600 408.1% Miscellaneous Revenues 4,101 na InteresUMisc (1,274) 700 400 400 400 (42.9%) Reimb From Other Depts 8,447 49,500 5,300 18,900 18,900 (61.8%) Trans frm Property Appraiser 2,721 na Trans frm Tax Collector 26,081 na Trans fm Special Rev Fds na Trans fm 113 Comm Dev Fd 46,100 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 0% Carry FOlWard 1,047,500 1.241,300 853,200 853,200 (18.5%) Negative 5% Revenue ReselVe (137,300) (155,000) (155,000) 12.9% Total Funding 2,344,179 3,704,300 4,147,200 3,888,100 3,888,100 5.0% Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 42 . Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public UtilitIes DIvIsIon Water Pollution Control Forecast FY 06/07 - During FY07, two Lab Technician positions were transferred from the Miscellaneous Grants Fund to the Water Pollution Control Fund. Operating expenses decreased $17,000 due to iower than anticipated costs of $21 ,200 for contractual analytical services. The decrease is somewhat offset by increased cost of $6,600 for water and sewer. Capital outlay increased by $109,400 due to additional contract revenue supporting expenditures of $49,700 for engineering and installation of a new HVAC system in the lab and $58,500 for two vehicles. Revenue FY 06/07 - The increase in revenue is due to increases of $1 93,800 in carry forward from the adopted budget, and $108,100 for the South Florida Water Management District's water sampling agreement. Current FY 07/08 - Operating expenses decreased by $5,800 due to decreases of $46,500 for interdepartmental services charges, now budgeted as a transfer from Water Pollution Control Fund 114 to County Water Sewer Fund 408. The decreases will be somewhat offset by increases of $20,600 for general and property insurance and $12,200 for equipment repairs. Budgeted reserves include $165,400 for reserves for contingencies and $388,200 for reserves for capital for replacement of large unbudgeted items such as laboratory equipment or vehicles. Capital Equipment $60,000 - Laboratory Improvements, bench tops and cabinetry, Replacement $32,500 - SUV, Replacement $16,000 - Server for the Laboratory Information Management System $11,000 - Three (3) field laptop PCs $15,800 - Eiectron Capture Detector and Amplifier for the GCMS $135,300 - Total Capital Outlay avenue FY 07/08 - Revenues include Intergovernmental Revenues of $159,000 for Petroleum Storage Compliance inspections and Charges for Services of $321 ,600 for water analysis. Also included is a transfer of $50,000 from Community Development and Environmental Services Fund 113. Expanded FY 07/08 An Environmental Specialist position is being requested to meet the demand of the hazardous materiai storage tank compliance inspection program. In FY08 it is expected that there will be 972 inspections required to ensure compliance with the County's Growth Management Plan. Currently there are 2.0 FTEs assigned to the Tanks inspection program. An average of 6.5 hours is required per tank facility inspection visit; this includes all the associated electronic administrative support, mandated training/meetings and facility re-inspections. There are 972 inspections expected for FY08 (x) 6.5 man hours/inspection; 6,318 man hours/year. There are 2080 available working hours per year per FTE, therefore compliance will require 6,318 hours/2,080 hours; 3.0 FTEs to complete this task, to ensure compliance with the County's Growth Management Plan, Ordinance 89-20 "Water Pollution Control", Florida Administrative Code requirements and to prevent fuel releases that would contaminate our sensitive environment, and municipal/private wells jf in close proximity to a hazardous material release. Fiscal Year 2008 43 Public Utilities Division Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Public Utilities Division Water Pollution Control Water Pollution Grant Fund (116) Mission Statement To pro-actively plan, develop, and efficiently implement programs that protect the safety, health and welfare of the community and its environment through the protection of Collier County's groundwater, freshwater, surface water and other non-tidal water resources from all sources of pollution in compliance with Collier County's Pollution Control Ordinance 89-20, Growth Management Plan, Related Contracts/Agreements, and State Mandates. FY 2008 Program Summary Total FTE Funded by South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) this existing contract provides for the Pollution Control & Prevention Department (PC&PD) to monitor fifty-three (53) trend surface water sites throughout Collier County. This contract also includes additional sampling (23 surface water and 24 ground water sites) in the Picayune Stand Restoration area (Southern Golden Gate Estates). This data will be used by the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP). FY 2008 Budget FY 2008 Revenues FY 2008 Net Cost Current Level of Service Budget Tolal Proposed Budget FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services 61.963 115,600 (100.0%) Operating Expense 65.796 24,400 (100.0%) Indirect Cost Reimburs 16,000 na Capital Outlay 9,828 na Net Operating Budget 153,586 140,000 (100.0%) Total Budget 153,586 140,000 (100.0%) Total HE 2.00 2.00 (100.0%) FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues (20.591) na SFWMD/Big Cypress Revenue 246,375 140.000 (100.0%) Other Financing Sources 200,000 na Total Funding 425,785 140,000 (100.0%) Forecast FY06/07 - Contractual funds from the South Florida Water Management District have been appropriately budgeted in Water Pollution Control Fund 114 since they are contraclual funds and not granl funds. Both budgets have been amended 10 reflect this, and two Lab Technician positions and all expenses and revenues were transferred to Fund 114 in early FY06/07 after approval by Ihe Board of Counly Commissioners. Fiscal Year 2008 Public Utilities Division 44 -- ~ Public Utilities Capital ~ Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Public Utilities Capital & Debt Service FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Budgetary Cost Summar Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Personal Services na Operating Expense 25,815,961 59,000 244,100 109,000 109,000 84.7% Arbitrage Services 9,878 29,800 29,800 29,800 29,800 0% Capital Outlay 52,492,875 103,936,200 228,088,300 163,443,600 163,443,600 57,3% Debt Service 5,097 10,000 933,200 12,022 12,022 20.2% Debt Service - Principal 9,425,700 47,274,900 10,480,081 10,480,081 11.2% Debt Service. Interest 5,518,867 9,024,400 8,393,900 10,795,897 10,795,897 19.6% Net Operating Budget 83,842,678 122,485,100 284,964,200 184,870,400 184,870,400 50.9% Trans to Property Appraiser 13,102 15,000 14,900 13,200 13,200 (12,0%) Trans to Tax Collector 17,198 17,500 17,400 17,400 17,400 (0.6%) Trans to 301 Co Wide Cap Fd 291,900 na Trans to Enterprise Fds 65,248.600 na Trans to 408 Water/Sewer Fd 150,200 150,200 25,200 25,200 (83.2%) Trans to 410 WIS Debt Serv Fd 4,921,121 8,304,800 5,917,300 10,148,700 10,148,700 22.2% Trans to 411 W Impact Fee Cap Fd 10,961,696 18,351,400 55,600,000 27,000,000 27,000,000 47.1% Trans to 412 W User Fee Cap Fd 4,099,300 4,482,300 5,456,700 5,456,700 33.1% Trans to 413 S Impact Fee Fd 4,162,551 16,469,800 868,100 29,034,100 29,034,100 76.3% Trans to 414 S User Fee Cap Fd 7,950,800 2,397,500 8,987,000 8,987,000 13.0% Reserves For Contingencies 8,721,800 28,811,900 28,811,900 230.3% Reserves For Debt Service 13,633,300 17,412,300 17,412,300 27.7% Reserves For Capital 300,000 300,000 300,000 0% Total Budget 104,210,246 200,499,000 419,660,500 312,076,900 312,076,900 55.7% FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY2008 FY 2008 Appropriations by Program Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change County Sewer Captial Projects (414) 14,823,027 18,167,200 37,450,100 28,582,500 28,582,500 57.3% County Sewer System Development 9,578,930 25,539,500 30,009,200 74,160,400 74,160,400 190.4% Capital Fund (413) County Water Capital Projects (412) 26,421,118 16,115,000 33,245,700 19,690,000 19,690,000 22.2% County Water System Development 26,242,840 36,945,000 74,323,600 28,462,000 28,462,000 (23.0%) Capital Fund (411) Caunty Water/Sewer Capital Funded by 38,198,300 11.118,100 11,118,100 na 2005 Bond (415) County Water/Sewer Debt Service (410) 6,046,778 18.548,900 56,690,800 21,376,800 21,376,800 15.2% County Water/Sewer Special 8,136 9,300 na Assesmnt(409) Solid Waste Capilallmprovements (474) 721,849 7,169,500 15,037,200 1,480,600 1,480,600 (79.3%) Total Net Budget 83,842,678 122,485,100 284,964,200 184,870,400 184,870,400 50.9% Total Transfers and Reserves 20,367,568 78,013,900 134,696,300 127,206,500 127,206,500 63.1% Total Budget 104,210,246 200,499,000 419,660,500 312,076,900 312,076,900 55.7% Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 2 CollIer County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Public Utilities Capital & Debt Service FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2008 FY2008 FY2008 Department Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Intergovernmental Revenues 2,060,564 1,373,400 1,987,700 (100.0%) SFWMD/Big Cypress Revenue 2,241,696 50,000 (100.0%) Charges For Services 168,193 200 na Miscellaneous Revenues 1,292,960 na Interest/Mise 2,485,543 2,051,000 4,451,500 4,000,800 4,000,800 95.1% Assessments 182,830 1,060,600 859,000 1,060,600 1,060,600 0% Impact Fees 29,157,080 31,400,000 16,700,000 17,400,000 17,400,000 (44.6%) loan Proceeds 32,000,000 32,000,000 32,000,000 0% SRF loan Proceeds 14,871,200 63,347,900 38,477,800 38.477,800 158.7% Bond Proceeds 113,490,200 142,890,300 63,928,300 63,928,300 (43,7%) Trans frm Tax Collector 7,534 na Trans fm 408 Water / Sewer Fd 32,367,000 52,909,000 52,596,000 21,613,900 21,613,900 (59.1%) Trans fm 410 W/S Debt Serv Fd 15,124,247 46,871,300 128,596,500 70,477,800 70,477,800 50.4% Trans fm 411 W Impact Fee Cap Fd 876,721 2,262,600 206,400 4,763,000 4,763,000 110,5% Trans fm 413 S Impact Fee Cap Fd 4,044,400 6,042,200 5,710,900 5,385,700 5,385,700 (10.9%) Trans fm 470 Solid Waste Fd 5,391,000 2,965,900 2,965,900 1,239,400 1,239,400 (58.2%) Trans fm 473 Mand Collet Fd 250,000 250,000 250,000 860,000 860,000 244.0% Carry Forward (105,372,800) 50,990,800 51,892,600 51,892,600 (149.2%) Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (1,725,600) (1,023,000) (1,023,000) (40.7%) Total Funding 95,649,767 200,499,000 471,553,100 312,076,900 312,076,900 55.7% FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Department Position Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change County Water/Sewer Debt Service (410) 0.00 na Total FTE na Fiscal Year 2008 Capital Improvement Program 3 -"-'--'-~-- Collier County Government Fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget Capital Improvement Program Public Utilities Capital & Debt Service County Water/Sewer Debt Service (410) Mission Statement FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Total FTE Budget Revenues Net Cost 67,980,919 70,220,762 -2,239,843 818,369 818,369 1,974,804 1,974,804 2,821,425 2,821,425 1,683,550 1,683,550 4,974,053 4,041,713 932,340 1,060,599 1,060,599 886,659 886,659 1,463,311 1,463,311 346,590 346,590 440,335 440,335 1,944,449 1,944,449 787,566 787,566 363,097 363,097 338,696 338,696 202,855 202,855 1,018,723 1,018,723 150,900 150,900 20,339,800 27,909,555 -7,569,755 109,596,700 109,596,700 Capital Improvement Program Program Summary Department Administration I Overhead 1999A Refunding Revenue Bonds Due in annual installments through July 1, 2010. Principal and interest are payable from the net operating revenues & special assessment collections. 1999B Refunding Revenue Bonds Due in annual installments through July 1,2016. Principal and interest are payable from the net operating revenues & special assessment collections. 2003A Taxable Refunding Revenue Bonds Due in annual installments through July 1, 2009. Principal and interest are payable from the net operating revenues & special assessment collections. 2003B Refunding Revenue Bonds Due in annual installments through July 1, 2021. Principal and interest are payable from the net operating revenues & special assessment collections. 2006 County Water & Sewer Revenue Bond Due in annual installments through July 1, 2036. Principal and interest are payable from the net operating revenues & System Development fees. State Revolving Fund Loan - East I South Sewer System Repayable in 20 annual installments commencing October 1, 1992. Principal and interest are payable from special assessment collections. State Revolving Fund Loan - SCWRF Odor Control Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing January 15,1999. Principal and interest are payable from net operating revenues. State Revolving Fund Loan - NCWRF 5 mgd Expansion Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing November 15, 2001. Principal and interest are payable from sewer system development fees. State Revolving Fund Loan - NCWRF Expand to 30.6 mgd Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing October 15, 2004. Principal and interest are payable from sewer system development fees. State Revolving Fund Loan - NCWRF Flow Equalization Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing January 15, 2005. Principal and interest are payable from sewer system development fees. State Revolving Fund Loan - NCWRF Expansion Liquid Stream Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing June 15, 2006. Principal and interest are payable from sewer system development fees. State Revolving Fund Loan - NCWRF Expansion Solid Stream Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing September 15, 2006. Principal and interest are payable from sewer system development fees. State Revolving Fund Loan - Goodlette FM & MPS 1.03 Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing December 15, 2005. Principal and interest are payable from sewer system development fees. State Revolving Fund Loan - Reuse ASR Wells Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing November 15,2007. Principal and interest are payable from net sewer operating revenues. State Revolving Fund Loan-Lower Hawthorn Wells, Pumps & etc Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing April 15, 2008. Principal and interest are payable from net sewer operating revenues. State Revolving Fund Loan -12 MGD RO Plant Expansion Repayable in 40 semi-annual installments commencing August 15, 2008. Principal and interest are payable from water system development fees. Commercial Paper Loan Reserves, Interest, and Transfers Current Level of Service Budget Fiscal Year 2008 4 Collier County Government fiscal Year 2008 Proposed Budget CapItal Improvement Program Public Utilities Capital & Debt Service County Water/Sewer Debt Service (410) Total Proposed Budget 109,596,700 109,596,700 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Budgetary Cost Summary Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Operating Expense 59,000 59,000 59,000 59,000 0% Arbitrage Services 9,878 29,800 29,800 29,800 29,800 0% Capital Outlay 512,937 na Debt Service 5,097 10,000 933,200 12,022 12,022 20.2% Debt SelVice - Principal 9,425,700 47,274,900 10,480,081 10,480,081 11.2% Debt Service - Interest 5,518,867 9,024,400 8,393,900 10,795,897 10,795,897 19.6% Net Operating Budget 6,046,778 18,548,900 56,690,800 21,376,800 21,376,800 15.2% Trans to Property Appraiser 12,768 14,500 14,500 12,800 12,800 (11.7%) Trans to Tax Collector 16,785 17,000 17,000 17,000 17,000 0% Trans to Enterprise Fds 65,248,600 na Trans to 411 W Impact Fee Cap Fd 10,961,696 18,351,400 55,600,000 27,000,000 27,000,000 47.1% Trans to 412 W User Fee Cap Fd 4,099,300 4,482,300 5,456,700 5,456,700 33.1% Trans to 413 S Impact Fee Fd 4,162,551 16,469,800 868,100 29,034,100 29,034,100 76.3% Trans to 414 S User Fee Cap Fd 7,950,800 2,397,500 8,987,000 8,987,000 13.0% Reserves For Debt Service 13,633,300 17,412,300 17,412,300 27.7% Reserves For Capital 300,000 300,000 300,000 0% Total Budget 21,200,578 79,385,000 185,318,800 109,596,700 109,596,700 38.1% Total FTE na FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 FY 2008 Program Funding Sources Actual Adopted Forecast Current Expanded Proposed Change Miscellaneous Revenues 16,355 na InteresUMisc 613,628 650,000 700,000 600,000 600,000 (7.7%) Assessments 175,694 1,060,600 835,600 1,060,600 1,060,600 0% Loan Proceeds 32,000,000 32,000,000 32,000,000 0% SRF Loan Proceeds 14,871,200 63,347,900 38,477,800 38,477,800 158.7% Bond Proceeds 112,290,300 na Trans frm Tax Collector 7,327 na Trans fm 408 Water I Sewer Fd 9,424,900 8,010,900 7,697,900 7,175,400 7,175,400 (10.4%) Trans fm 411 W Impact Fee Cap Fd 876,721 2,262,600 206,400 4,763,000 4,763,000 110.5% Trans 1m 413 S Impact Fee Cap Fd 4,044,400 6,042,200 5,710,900 5,385,700 5,385,700 (10.9%) Carry Forward 14,573,000 14,747,000 20,217,200 20,217,200 38.7% Negative 5% Revenue Reserve (85,500) (83,000) (83,000) (2.9%) Total Funding 15,159,024 79,385,000 205,536,000 109,596,700 109,596,700 38.1% Fiscal Year 2008 Capita/Improvement Program 5 Public Utilities Division Water I Wastewater Special Assessment Fund Fund 409 FY 05106 FY 06/07 FY 06/07 FY 07108 % Actual Adopted Forecast Current Budget Appropriation Unit Exp/Rev Budget Exp/Rev Service Change Price Street MSBU (700771) 0 0 9,300 0 N/A Transfer to 408 80,000 150,200 150,200 25,200 -83.2% Refunds/Misc. 0 0 0 0 N/A Transfer to CO 748 1,000 800 800 -20.0% Reserves 0 0 0 0 N/A Total Appropriations 80,748 151,200 160,300 26,000 -82.8% Revenue: Assessments Proceeds 7,343 0 23,400 0 N/A InterestIMisc. 33,005 1,000 1,500 800 -20.0% Carryforward 201,000 150,300 160,600 25,200 -83.2% Revenue Reserve 0 (100) 0 -100.0% Total Revenue 241,348 151,200 185,500 26,000 -82.8% 6 Project Number 700521 700541 700703 700751 700931 700971 701501 701531 701541 701551 701571 701751 703002 708921 708971 709001 709031 709061 709071 709081 710012 710022 710161 710232 750051 750101 750121 750141 750151 750161 750171 750181 750191 750201 70411 99411x 9941 Ix 99411x 99411x 31411 700971 708921 70157 70175 70897 708921 Public Utilities Water Capital Projects Water Capital- Impact Fees - Fund 411 411 FY07 05/17/07 FY07 411 EnclExp FY07 411 FY08 Proiect DescriDtion Manatee Rd PS Upgrades SCRWTP 8 MGD Rev. Osmosis Water Master Plan Update NCRWTP Four brackish water supply we Immk Rd 36" WM, CR951 to Orangetree SCRWTP 12 MGD Rev Osmosis VBR Parallel 24"WM, Airport to CR951 US41, 16"WM,CR951 to ManateeRd NeCR WTP Land Acquisition (Orange Tr SERWTP, Land Acquisition Manatee Rd Potable Water ASR Wells 10 yr Water Supply Facilities Plan Immk Rd, US41 to 175 relocate SCRWTP 20 MGD WeUfield Expansion Carica Rd Potable Water ASR Exploratio SERWTP Wellfield Study Remote Disinfection Booster Isle of Capri Pumping Station Improve NERWTP Wellfield, Install raw WTM in NERWTP Phase IS Wellfield Lime Softening 4th Reactor NCRWTP Saltwater 2 mgd Expansion SCRWTP Noise Study SCRWTP Replace Lime Softening React Wellfield Program Mgt Evaluation of Orange tree Utility System Prog Mgt & Oversight for NE Utility Fac Growth Mgt Plan Update Feasibility Report Evaluation Per Capita Demand PUD Hydraulic Analysis Financial Services AUIR Update NE Facility, Underground Infras Optimiza Total Project Expenditures Prior Year Reimbursements Impact Fee Admin Transfer to 410 SRF Transfer to 410 2006 Rev Bond Trans to 410 Com Paper 2005 ($27) Trans to 410 Com Paper 2006 ($11) Trans to 410 Com Paper 2007 Reserves Total Adonted Amended 05/17/07 Forecast Budllct 0 69,837 3,772 69,800 0 1,789,828 488,288 527,400 0 31,645 28,105 45,000 160.000 II 0 139,296 44,290 139,300 0 2,124,237 1,951,985 /,130,500 5,500,000 17,922,201 12,059,959 16,843,200 3,000,000 V 0 359,343 359,343 364,800 0 389,877 373,519 389,900 - e 0 934,975 12,141 935,000 0 41,958 24,684 42,000 0 184,921 184,920 184,900 100,000 25,000 63,986 0 64,000 0 164,215 164,215 164,200 26,000,000 45,839,682 43,171,106 45,189,900 10,000,000 n 0 287,553 287,553 308.600 1,800,000 1,999,820 196,160 1,999,800 800,000 0 292,168 4,168 292,200 400,000 463,606 200,703 220,000 C 200,000 200,000 0 200,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 6,185 1,100,000 3,300,000 0 152,844 11,964 165,700 - 1,500,000 1,500,000 0 1,500,000 9,800,000 0 90,000 87,350 90,000 0' 0 33,768 33,768 33,800 200,000 937,957 163,9]3 441,000 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 50,000 ili 100,000 299,832 199,832 476,900 1,000.000 20,000 20,000 0 20,000 30.000 0 0 (3,131 3,100 0 31,825 29,205 31,800 - 0 20,000 15,720 20,000 30,000 0 0 0 - 50,000 0 0 0 - 12.000 t 0 0 0 100,000 100.000 36,945,000 77,585,374 60,099,717 74,192,800 28,432.000 0 125,841 276 125,800 30,000 0 5,000 0 5,000 0 0 0 - 1,018,700 0 0 0 - 3,744.300 795,000 795,000 0 - 550,000 550,000 0 206,400 917,600 917,600 0 - - ] ,847,000 1,847,000 0 2,038,JOO 41,054,600 81,825,815 60,099,993 74,530,000 35,263,100 Revenue System Development Fees Bond Proceeds Loan Proceeds - SRF $31.4 Loan Proceeds - SRF $63.8 SFWMD Grant SFWMD Grant SFWMD Grant Grant Transfer from 410 Cany Forward [nterest Reimbursement Prior YearlMisc Revenue Reserve Total 16,100,000 16,100,000 5,275,021 8,000,000 8,200.000 66,934,100 38,440,356 0 - 0 0 0 18,600,000 9,000,000 0 0 0 37,000,000 ] 8.000,000 250,000 250,000 0 - - 35,700 35,700 0 - - 50,000 50,000 0 - 987,700 1,887,700 987,679 987,700 18,351,400 18,351,400 0 (61,134,300 7,230,659 0 9,635,400 93,100 300,000 300,000 224,899 400,000 400,000 0 0 0 - (820,000) (820,000) 0 1430.000) 41,054,600 81,825,8]5 6,487,599 74,623,100 35.263,100 Variance 93,100 7 Public Utilities Division Water Impact Fee Capital Projects - Fund 411 Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 700703 Water Master Plan Purpose: Perform updates to the Water Master Plan. $ 160,000 Update Method: Utilize existing contracts, retain a consultant to prepare the Plan. End State: The Master Plan will remain concurrent with the latest population trends and the needs of the Public Utilities Operating Departments. 700971 South County Purpose: Cover final costs for the project to meet projected potable water demand by $ 3,000,000 Regional WTP 12 expanding the capacity of the SCRWTP RO Facility by 12-MGD. Million Gallons per Method: Through a competltively bid construction contract six skids are being added Day Reverse along with new High Service Pumps and upgrades to the Degasification and Odor Control Osmosis Expansion structures. End State: The total RO capacity at the SCRWTP will be 20-MGD and this will meet the requirement of the Master Plan to the year 2009. 701571 Manatee Rd Purpose: Add four additional potable water Aquifer Storage and Recovery Wells to store $ 100,000 Potable Water potable water during the wet season in an aquifer for recovery during the dry season to Aquifer Storage and supplement treatment capacity. Recovery Wells Method: Through a competitive bid process add ASR wells; ground storage tank; site work; electrical, chemical. End State: The expanded use of ASR is a cost-effective water-supply alternative that can help meet the needs of water customers of Collier County. Construction deferred to '09, 708921 South County Purpose: To meet projected potable water demand by expanding the wetlfield capacity of $ 10,000,000 Regional Water the SCRWTP by 23 raw water wells. Treatment Plant 20 Method: Through a competitively bid construction contract 23 raw water wells are being Million Gallons per added along SR 951 and the FPL easement. Day Wellfield End State: These wells will provide the necessary raw water for the SCRWTP 12-MGD Expansion RO expansion. This will meet the requirement of the Master Plan to the year 2009. 709001 Southeast Regional Purpose: Study to determine location and land requirements for the SERWTP wellfield, $ 800,000 Water Treatment includes test wells, land acquisition, permitting. Plant Wellfield Method: A qualified consultant retained through a fixed term contract. Study End State: To acquire well sites for a reliable raw water supply for the SERWTP to meet the demand in the southeast service area. If not completed will not meet demand. 709081 Northeast Regional Purpose: This phase of the project consists of land acquisition for additional off-site wells $ 3,300,000 Water Treatment and transmission mains to obtain a water supply for the future plant expansion. Includes Plant Phase IB test wells, land acquisition, permitting. Wellfield Method: Work Order under a Professional Services agreement. End State: To acquire well sites for a reliable raw water supply for the NERWTP to meet the demand in the northeast service area. 710022 NCRWTP High Purpose: To improve the reliability and productivity of the raw water wellfield. Total Dissolved $ 9,800,000 Solids Reverse Method: Through competitive procurement processes, construct two high pressure Osmosis 2 MGD reverse osmosis treatment trains to handle high salinity raw water for 2 MGD. Plant Expansion End state: Utilizing assets not currently used. 750101 Evaluation of Purpose: Assess Orangetree's facilities and infrastructure for incorporation into the Collier $ 50,000 Orangetree Utilities County Water and Sewer District. Method: Commission an engineering study to assess infrastructure conditions. End State: The County will plan all necessary improvements to the Orangetree Utility before the acquisition is completed. 8 r Public Utilities Division Water Impact Fee Capital Projects - Fund 411 - (Continued) Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 750121 Project Purpose: To provide program management services for multiple interrelated elements $ 1,000,000 Management & that impact the coordination and delivery of the entire Northeast Facilities Program. Oversight Northeast Utility Method: A qualified consultant to be retained through a fixed term contract. Facility End State: Completion of the water treatment plant, storage facilities, pumping facilities, wells pipelines, to meet the demand of the northeast service area. Complex interrelated Program requires the skill and expertise of a recognized technical expert consulting firm to manage. 750141 Growth Purpose: Update the Growth Management Plan for Utilities components. $ 30,000 Management Plan Method: Commission a study to accomplish this task. Update End State: Collier County will meet its regulatory requirements. 750171 Planned Unit Purpose: Hydraulically model new Planning Unit Developments. $ 30,000 Development Method: Through a Fixed Term contract a qualified consultant has been retained to Hydraulic Analysis conduct hydraulic modeling of new PUDs by the use of the Kentucky Pipe modeling software. End State: All new PUDs will be modeled to ensure that the CC W/S District can provide utility services. 750181 Financial Services Purpose: Perform rate studies, feasibility reports, asset valuations, acquisitions, and bulk $ 50,000 rate studies. Method: Engage financial consultant to perform these studies as required. End State: Will provide independent financial assessments to aid in business decisjon~ making. 750191 Annual Update and Purpose: To prepare a Utilities Annual Update and Inventory Report. $ 12,000 Inventory Report Method: Engage consultant to provide professional services. End State: The AUIR Report will be forwarded to CDES for the meeting with the BCC, 750201 Northeast Facility, Purpose: To provide a work plan to be used in developing the underground infrastructure $ 100,000 Underground and collection facilities required to support the Northeast Facilities over a 20 year Infrastructure planning horizon. Optimization Plan - Method: A qualified consultant to be retained through a fixed term contract. Water End State: To provide water treatment facilities and required infrastructure to meet utility services demand in the northeast region of the County. If not completed, water infrastructure may not be sufficient for future expansion. $ 28,432,000 9 Project Number 700201 700281 700331 700402 700451 700571 700581 700591 700631 700661 700671 700691 700711 700741 700761 700762 700781 700941 700942 700952 700953 700954 701241 701242 701581 701582 701583 702023 703011 703021 703061 708811 708821 710001 710011 710041 710051 710052 710053 710054 710061 710062 710071 710072 710081 710091 710092 710101 710102 710103 710104 710111 710112 710121 710131 710151 710211 710221 710231 710371 710381 Proiect DescriDtion SCRWTP Odor Control Goodlette Rd WM, PRR to VBR relocat Water System Mapping City/County Interconnect FOOT Joint Projects 2004 Facility Renewal and Replacement Distribution Sys Rehab Naples Park Area Public Utilities Operations Center NCRWTP Noise Abatement Golden Gate Wellfield Improve Golden Gate Blvd lO"WM relo Webber t NCRWTP Emer Generator Switchgear U County Road Utility Relocates Port Au Prince WM Improvements 2004 Auto Meter Read System Install Auto Meter Read System Special Assessment Software NCRWTP Modifications NCRWTP Mod - SCADA System Facilities Renewal & Replacement 2005 NCRWTP Facilities Renew & Repl 2005 SCRWTP Facilities Renew & Repl 2004 Water Distribution Telemetry for re 2005 Water System SCADA/Telemetry 2004 Well Replacement Program Tamiami Wellfield Reliability Replace Tamiami Extension Route Study 3 to 9 w Water County Utility Standards VBR WM, Airport to eR951 relocate CR 951 WM, GGB to Immk Rd relocate Rattles Ham WM, Polly to CR951 reloca Backflow Cross Connection Utility Billing System Upgrade North South Raw Water Supply SCRWTP LS 4th Reactor Tamiami Wellfield Raw Water BS Facility Reliability Improvements 2005 NCRWTP Facility Reliability Impro 2005 SCRWTP Facility Reliability lmpro SCRWTP RO Reliability Improve 2004 NCRWTP RO Wellfield Reliability 2005 NCRWTP RO Wellfield Reliability 2004 Energy Efficiency Enhancements Energy Efficiency Enhancements Noise Control~Remote Facilities 2004 Security Upgrades Security Upgrades 2004 Distribution Renewal and Replacem 2005 Distribution Ren&Rep Gulf Harbor 2006 Distribution Ren&Rep Grcystone& Distribution Renewal & Replacement NCRWTP New Mid-Hawthorne Well field NCRWTP New Mid-Hawthorne Wellfield Asset Management Mobile Unit Pilot Project Office Renovations SCRWfP Flow Meter SCRWTP Rehab of Degasification Tower SCRWTP Replace Lime Softening Reacto Well Compliance to Rule 62-555 Revisio Tamiami Wellfield Electrical Sys Replace . Public Utilities Water Capital Projects Water Capital- User Fees - Fuud 412 412 FY07 05/17/07 FY07 412 EncfExp 412 FY08 FY07 Adonted Amended 08/06/06 Forecast Budflet 0 188,506 52,112 188,500 - e 0 330,456 0 - - 0 14,790 14,607 14,600 100,000 0 151,412 0 150,000 480,481 18,150 480,400 0 229,052 229,052 550,100 - 0 35,654 32,922 35,700 - 0 220,534 164,748 220,500 - 0 103,792 103,792 255,300 75,000 0 421,604 374,041 421,600 0 0 3,006 0 - - P 5,200,000 5,416,262 313,006 416,300 - 0 441 191 200 10,000 0 8,011 0 0 142,305 45 142,300 0 50,000 0 50,000 SOO,OOO 50,000 179,191 129,133 189,200 - 0 487,897 232,603 523,600 - 0 41,357 28,755 41,400 - 0 779,077 745,096 779,100 a 0 730,424 711,092 730,400 ac 0 570,285 518,961 570,300 IT 0 31,595 23,897 31,600 - 0 591,460 471,982 602,400 - 0 227,048 251,450 227,000 - 0 2,261,421 566,167 2,337,000 1,880,000 e1 0 1,322,400 1,620 1,322,400 25,000 37,860 33,017 60,400 25,000 0 71,169 2,500 2,500 - 0 5,000 5,000 5,000 - t 0 1,294 1,294 1,300 - 0 1,134 I - - 200,000 343,349 265,720 343,300 208,000 0 0 6,000 0 93,143 67,608 93,100 0 600,600 600,600 600,600 1,000,000 0 148,390 148,217 176,500 - v 0 312,171 84,360 351,800 - v 0 494,499 155,519 494,500 0 307,356 307,356 307,400 - 3,000,000 4,943,693 1,271,651 5,747,500 - 0 50 0 500 - 0 35,000 95,142 137,800 - 200,000 400,000 0 - 400,000 0 276,850 118,762 276,800 300,000 300,000 305,194 19,442 305,200 - 0 29,247 30,531 29,200 1,000,000 c 1,000,000 1,084,380 912,560 1,084,400 - 0 473,000 408,896 473,000 - H 0 555,819 272,911 562,100 0 0 0 - 1,500,000 0 704,650 219,717 710,200 0 0 (5,900 - 250,000 250,000 0 250,000 250,000 100,000 118,901 104,358 118,900 - 0 1,498 150 1,500 - 0 38,973 81 100 s 0 1,132,262 1,062,312 1,112,000 - , 0 132,149 77,027 132,100 - n 0 41,158 23,148 41,200 - 0 570,919 552,934 570,900 10 Project Number 710411 710412 710421 710451 710461 710471 710501 710511 710521 710531 710541 710551 710561 710571 710581 710591 710601 710611 710621 710631 710641 710651 710661 710671 710681 71 0691 725262 743102 750001 750052 750053 750054 750055 750061 750071 750091 750111 7501J1 750152 750182 750192 710061 99412 Public Utilities Water Capital Projects Water Capital- User Fees - Fuud 412 412 FY07 05117107 FY07 412 EnclExp FY07 412 FY08 Proiect DescriDtion Injection Well #1 NCRWTP Injection Well #2 repair Engineering plans electronic storage Continuing Prof GIS SeYVices 50/50 Brackish/Tamiami Water Supply 10 Year Water Supply Plan Primary Transmission System Rehab SCRWTP RO Wellfield Reliability North & South Sand Filter Installations Carica Fill Valve Rehab NCRWTP I&C As-builts Water SCADA System Network Water SCADA Software NCRWTP RO Process Improvements Legal Services for Water Replace Water Main U Carica Pump Station VFD & Eleetrical Sy NCRWTP VFD Additions ~ RO Wellfield Reliability Wells NCRWTP-VFD for major water PS SDE Implementation SCRWTP Technical Support Projects NCRWTP Technical Support Projects Water Facilities Technical Support Project South RO Well field Power eable Restorat Special Assessments Lab Information System, SRF Procurement Water 2004 Process Improve Wellfield Program Mgt Wellfield Tech/Op Su Wellfield Dev Wellfield Tech & Operational Support CAPDEP Update (Cap Proj Delivery Proce Water Master Plan Update SFWMD Grant Application Customer Service Work Order System GIS Equipment Feasibility Report Financial Services AUIR Updates Total Project Expenditures Reserves Total Revenue Bond Proceeds Grant Transfer from 408 Loan Proceeds - SRF Transfer from 410 Carry Forward Interest Reimbursement Prior YearlMisc Revenue Reserve Total AdoDted Amended 08106106 Forecast Budg:et 0 18,700 0 18,700 - 0 1,188,000 28,400 194,000 1,000,000 250,000 331,657 2,468 206,700 - 500,000 734,277 660,579 776,600 200,000 0 500,000 0 500,000 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 - 250,000 500,000 168,314 500,000 1,000,000 300,000 0 0 - 0 200,000 0 - 1,200,000 0 89,452 64,215 89,500 0 300,000 258,655 300,000 500,000 500,000 139,186 500,000 100,000 50,000 60,300 27,673 60,300 50,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 0 - 1,350,000 0 123,598 123,249 123,600 100,000 0 730,917 698,076 782,800 s 1,000,000 1,000,000 0 1,000,000 - 500,000 500,000 72,890 500,000 - 0 625,528 625,528 625,500 - 0 0 0 - 3,000,000 0 0 0 - 100,000 0 0 0 - 500,000 0 0 0 - 500,000 0 0 0 - 500,000 i 0 0 0 - 1,700,000 0 0 0 - 75,000 0 70,000 0 70,000 - 0 90, IJI 5,1JI 25,000 10,000 0 147 0 - 600,000 1,614,940 996,519 1,614,900 500,000 200,000 237,524 199,714 237,500 - 0 148,598 3,598 148,600 0 367,684 38,334 404,900 - 115,000 115,000 0 - - 0 16,260 5,391 27,000 160,000 50,000 79,925 29,880 79,900 200,000 200,000 0 200,000 35,000 25,000 25,000 10,250 25,000 - 0 0 0 15,500 0 0 0 - 50,000 0 0 0 - 12,000 16,115,000 39,995,807 15,982,386 33,245,700 19,690,000 1,847,700 1,847,700 0 - 2,690,000 17,962,700 41,843,507 15,982,386 33,245,700 22,380,000 14,681,900 9,672,973 0 7,869,100 0 0 500,000 500,000 - 26,490,000 26,490,000 16,556,250 26,490,000 5,775,400 0 0 3,944,966 4,482,300 1.517.700 4,099,300 4,099,300 0 - 3.939,000 (27,593,500 904,715 0 4,117,000 2,993,800 300,000 300,000 521,270 650,000 300,000 0 0 180 200 - (15,000 (15,000 0 - (15,000) 17,962,700 41,451,988 21,522,666 36,239,500 22,380,000 Variance o (391,519) 2,993,800 11 Public Utilities Division Water User Fees Capital Projects - Fund 412 Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 700331 Water System Purpose: Undertake specific water system mapping tasks and procure necessary $ 100,000 Mapping equipment to continue development of GIS layer. Method: Procurement of services through a competitive bid process. End State: The finalization of the initial water layer of the County's GIS system. 700631 North County Purpose: The project will result in being compliance with the County Noise Ordinance. $ 75,000 Regional Water Treatment Plant Method: Take final noise readings after completion of NCRWTP Degasifer Project. Noise Abatement End State: Meet County Noise Ordinance requirements. 700711 County Road Utiiity Purpose: Funds are for planning & design of relocating County utilities for County road $ 10,000 Relocates construction projects begun prior to 10-1-03. Method: Utilizing existing contracts. End State: Coordinated Utility relocates with the Transportation Department. 700762 2005 Automatic Purpose: Retrofit meters larger than 3" with automatic meter reading technology. $ 800,000 Meter Reading - Change Out Method: Procurement of installation service and meters through a competitive bid process. Program End State: Change out of all meters through out the Collier County Water District to the automatic meter reading technology. 701582 Tamiami Wellfield Purpose: To meet reliability requirements of the raw water supply for the County's North $ 1,880,000 Reliability Well & South Regional Water Treatment Plants. Installations Method: Through competitive bids, provide two additional wells (34 & 37) for the Tamiami wellfield and upgrade existing transmission main between Wells No. 12 & 32. End State: Provide needed reliability of Tamiami wellfield. 702023 Water County Purpose: To maintain updated Utilities Standards. $ 25,000 Utility Standards Method: Meet with the Utilities Committee and Public Utilities Operating Departments to continuously update the Utility Standards. End State: The Standards Manual will remain concurrent with recent developments in the field and the needs of the PU Operating Departments and the public. 708821 Utility Billing Purpose: Integration of geographical information system service layers into the water and $ 208,000 System wastewater billing software, Le. In-Hance billing system. Modification of the billing software to maximize the use of integrated voice response (IVR) system. This integration and modifications will improve business work flows of the water and wastewater billing process. enhance customer service and maximize the use of technology. Method: Use existing vendors to acquire the necessary equipment and modifications. End State: Deploy modifications to assist in delivery of actions to meet customer expectations. 710041 Tamiami Wellfield Purpose; Design and construction to upgrade existing facility to provide for reliable $ 1,000,000 Raw Water pumping capacity from the Tamiami Wellfield to the North and South Water Treatment Booster Station Plants. Reliability Method: Through competitive bids replace existing equipment, including pumps, pipes Improvements and variable frequency drive units. End State: Upgrade facility to allow for reliable source of raw water to the North and South Water Treatment Plants. 12 . Public Utilities Division Water User Fees Capital Projects - Fund 412 - (Continued) Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 710072 Energy Efficiency Purpose: To analyze, evaluate and improve the electrical efficiencies at treatment plants $ 400,000 and other facilities. Method: Multiple procurements utilizing competitively bid construction contracts. electrical and structural modifications are being performed, based on findings and determinations. End State: The overall efficiency and operational capabilities of these facilities will be improved, with quantifiable results. 710081 Noise Control - Purpose: To achieve compliance with the County's Noise Control Ordinance. $ 300,000 Remote Facilities Method: Through use of existing contracts install noise control barriers and equipment. End State: Achieve compliance with County Noise Control Ordinance at all Remote Facilities. 710092 Security Upgrades Purpose: Based on the Vulnerability Assessment performed on all Water Department $ 1,000,000 maintained facilities, the Department is making upgrades to the security systems that protect the raw and potable water assets. Work will include addition of security cameras and fences at all facilities. Method: Selection of installation vendor will be made through Request for Quote Process and use of existing contracts. End State: Secure facilities that meet the requirements of the Vulnerability Assessment. 710104 Distribution Purpose: Several areas of the water distribution network require new piping and/or $ 1,500,000 Renewal meters due to coming to the end of their useful life. This project will include the replacement of the Henderson Creek potable water distribution network, installation of new hydrants and valves in Naples Park and Naples Manor; and the replacement of several large meters older than 20 years. Method: Utilizing existing underground services and engineering services contracts for the design and installation of new system components. End State: Continue proactive maintenance of the water distribution network. 710121 Asset Management Purpose: Achieve maximum value at minimum cost from utilities infrastructure assets $ 250,000 while meeting the performance standards expected by its stakeholders. Method: Competitive Request for Proposals process was used. End State: This project will provide the knowledge, processes and supporting teChnologies necessary for the program to succeed. 710412 North County Purpose: Replacement of tubing on well #2 due to failure of well that services the $ 1,000,000 Regional Water NCRWTP. Treatment Plant Method: Use of existing engineering and weJlfield vendors to perform needed permitting, Injection Well design, and installation of new tubing system. Repair End State: Functional injection well that meets all Federal and State requirements. 710451 Continuing Purpose: Design, develop, and maintain GIS data for Utility staff. $ 200,000 Professional Method: Utilize field crew data collection and contractor expertise to grow geodatabas8s Geographical for water, wastewater, and IQ water. Informational End State: Provide data for efficient operation of Utility field crews and management System Services decision making. 710501 Primary Purpose: The replacement of several miles of the potable water transmission network, $ 1,000,000 Transmission larger than 8 inches. The area includes a section of main along Vanderbilt Beach Road System that is in excess of 25 years old and made of cast iron. Rehabilitation Method: Use of existing engineering and underground contractual services contracts. I End State: Proactive replacement of water distribution components to ensure a reliable source of drinking water for District customers. 13 Public Utilities Division Water User Fees Capital Projects - Fund 412 - (Continued) Project Project Name Oeseri ption FY08 Budget 710521 North & South Purpose: To improve the reliability and productivity of the water distribution process by $ 1,200,000 Plants Sand Filter removing sand conveyed from the wellfield. Installations Method: Use of existing contracts design and have constructed two new automatic self- cleaning sand separators including two new concrete three-chamber tanks. End State: Improve operational capability to meet water demands. 710551 Water Supervisory Purpose: Enhance operational effectiveness through the advancement of instrumentation $ 100,000 Control And Data and SCADA systems. Acquisition System Method: Multiple procurements utilizing competitively bid construction contracts, systems Network are being upgraded and modified to add reliability, sustainability, and improved operational efficiency. End State: The SCADA systems throughout will evolve into an enterprise, highly- automated, state-of~the-art operational and managerial tool. 710561 Water Supervisory Purpose: Renewals of support coverage and licenses for SCADA system softwares and $ 50,000 Control and Data components. Acquisition Method: Direct procurement with authorized distributors and vendors, site license Software contracts and agreements are negotiated and approved annually. End State: The operational readiness and maintenance/troubleshooting capabilities are improved through the implementation of an around-the-clock support program, with priority commitment from these outside providers. 710571 North County Purpose: To improve utilization of Reverse Osmosis treatment units. $ 1,350,000 Regional WTP Method: Through competitive procurements, design & install new interstage booster Reverse Osmosis pumps and piping at each RO train. Process End State: More even distribution of flow across all RO trains will result all trains loaded Improvements the same instead of some being overloaded, and others underutilized. 710561 Legal Service For Purpose: To obtain expert legal counsel for water supply permitting issues. $ 100,000 Water Method: Issuing work orders under a competitive agreement legal services for consumptive use permit negotiations and planning. End State: To provide appropriate legal representation. 710631 North County Purpose: Improve operations by upgrading the VFDs at the North Plant. The existing units $ 3,000,000 Regional WTP are of archaic technology and are in declining condition. Variable Method: Through a competitively bid construction contract 27 VFD's will be replaced or Frequency Drives upgraded, systematically and methodically so as to minimize plant production down time. for Major Water Pump Systems End State: With these VFD upgrades, the plant will own and operate an improved, latest- technology pumping control and delivery system. 710641 Spatiai Data Purpose: To bring in~house the management and maintenance of the Utilities $ 100,000 Engine Geographical Information System data currently being maintained at consultants location. Implementation Method: Using consulting services in partnership with the IT Department to provide database setup, database security and access, database configuration, desktop setup, and user training. End State: Effective and uniform Sharing of Utilities GIS based data across the Utility. Replaces current system of duplicate databases throughout the Utility with differing versions. Assign accountability in-house staff for the maintenance of their respective databases, including water, wastewater, irrigation, and wells. 710651 South County Purpose: Provide needed repairs to process equipment and Plant site. $ 500,000 Regional WTP Method: Through competitive bids and use of existing contracts complete required Technical Support rehabilitations. Projects End State: Maintain operational standards at the SCRWTP. 710661 North County Purpose: Provide needed repairs to process equipment and Plant site. $ 500,000 Regional WTP Method: Through competitive bid and use of existing contracts complete required Technical Support rehabilitations. Projects End State: Maintain operational standards at the NCRWTP. 14 Public Utilities Division Water User Fees Capital Projects - Fund 412 - (Continued) Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 710671 Water Facilities Purpose: Replace existing underground fuel tank, which has reached the end of its useful $ 500,000 Technical Support life. Projects Method: Through competitive bids, provide & install new above ground fuel tank and remove underground fuel tank. End State: Provide needed reliability in Carica in case of commercial power interruptions, especially during storm season. 710681 South Reverse Purpose: To improve the reliability of the South Reverse Osmosis Wellfield. $ 1,700,000 Osmosis Wellfield Power Cabie Method: Through competitive bids, reconfigure power feed for 7 original SCRWTP RO Restoration wells to direct Florida Power and Light power and local generators with transfer switches. This configuration eliminates the damaged medium vOltage power cable from the system. End State: Improved electrical service reliability to the South Piant Weilfield. 710691 Special Purpose: Replace an existing special assessment system that is no longer supported. $ 75,000 Assessments The system will include the ability to create and maintain aU capital and operating special assessments within Public Utilities. This system will use the county's geographical information system data layers to provide daily updates such as: change of property ownership; property mergers and splits; new folio numbers; strap numbers; Certificates of Occupancy's; and, legal descriptions to the rolls. Method: Request for Proposal process to select a qualified software vendor. End State: Acquire a functional tool to maintain assessment rolls that merge seamlessly with the tax biils. 743102 State Revolving Purpose: Determine the availability of the lowest cost source of external funding through $ 10,000 ". Fund Procurement SRF loans. Water Method: Work with external loan administrator to assess the availability and eligibility for SRF ioans. End State: A financially viable utility through prudent external funding. 750052 Weilfield Program Purpose: Program Management support for the County's entire well field program. $ 500,000 Management Method: Work Order under Fixed Annual Contracts. End State: To provide program management services to augment and bridge the gap of available Collier County resources. to ensure that the goals, budget, and schedule of the well field program are achieved to make certain that the water demands of our customers are met. 750071 Water Master Plan Purpose: Perform updates to the Water Master Plan. $ 160,000 Update Method: Utilize existing contracts, retain a consultant to prepare the Plan. End State: The Master Plan will remain concurrent with the latest population trends and the needs of the Public Utilities Operating Departments. 750111 Customer Service Purpose: Provide modifications to the customer service/ordinance enforcement work $ 35,000 Work Order System order system. Method: Use existing vendor to make the modifications. End State: Use modifications to meet customer expectations. 750182 Financial Services Purpose: Perform rate studies, feasibility reports, asset valuations, acquisitions, and bulk $ 50,000 rate studies. Method: Engage financial consultant to perform these studies as required. End State: Will provide independent financial assessments to aid in business decision- making. 750192 Annual Update and Purpose: To prepare a Utilities Annual Update and Inventory Report. $ 12,000 Inventory Report Method: Engage consultant to provide profeSSional services. End State: The AUiR Report wiil be forwarded to GOES for the meeting with the BCG. I $ 19,690,000 15 Public Utilities Wastewater Capital Projects Wastewater Capital- Impact Fees - Fund 413 Project 413 FY 07 5/17/2007 FY07 413 EncfExp FY07 413 FY 08 Number Proiect Descrintion Adonted Amended 5/17/2007 Forecast Budl,!et 720011 SEWRF Land Acquisition 17,000,000 17,100,000 4,024 600,000 300,000 720021 Goodlette 24" FM, VBR to NCWRF 0 945,995 625 946,000 - 720041 VBR FM, Logan to Goodlette 0 3,404,637 950,408 2,000,000 - 720051 ECWRF Land Acquisition 0 3,975,204 11,692 2,000,000 720061 ECWRF Land Acquisition Study 0 1,380 1,365 1,400 720081 SCWRF Safety Upgrade 0 21,634 3,164 21,600 725163 2005 Reclaimed Water Master Plan 300,000 426,531 18,152 426,500 - 725461 Pump Station Improvements 4,000,000 4,000,000 225,043 4,000,000 1,.J00,000 730311 NCWRF 5 MGD Expansion 0 409,666 105,232 409,700 - 730663 Wastewater Master Plan Update 0 37,809 34,382 50,000 160,000 730761 N~S Sewer Interconnect 0 9,864 988 9,900 730771 NCWRF Flow Equalization 0 130,304 29,640 130,300 730791 MPS Immk Rd & eR 951 500,000 2,570,543 84,952 2,578,000 730851 YBR 16"FM, eR951 to Logan Blvd 0 21,693 11,855 21,700 - 730861 CR951 16"FM, Immokalee Rd to VBR 0 2,965 2,900 40,600 - 730881 Biosolids Facility Land Acquisition 200,000 200,000 0 45,000 - 731311 Immk Rd 16" FM, CR95! to Orange Tree 0 1,078,139 766,454 1,127,000 731321 Santa BR Sewer Interconnect, Radio to VE 0 1,945,724 33,380 500,000 731501 MPS East Sewer Interconnect Booster 0 1,000 0 731511 MPS Vanderbilt Beach Road & Logan B]v 0 199,060 0 731531 MPS at Irrunk Rd East ofCR 951 500,000 2,631,057 179,354 2,646,500 100,000 731541 SCWRF Injection Wells 0 78,300 51,897 78,300 - 731551 NEWRF-Land Acquisition 0 565,220 10,731 565,200 - 731561 NE Water Reclamation Facility 0 0 17,500) - - 731571 SEWRF-Land Acquisition Study 0 26,335 25,725 26,300 731951 MPS 3.14 (Naples Her) 0 32,315 1,260 32,300 739451 2004 Pump/Lift Station Upgrades 0 19,169 18,822 19,200 739452 2005 Pump/Lift Station Upgrades 0 37,514 37,514 37,500 739453 2006 PumplLift Station Upgrades 0 181,571 0 739454 Pump/Lift Station Upgrades 0 191,677 57,414 939,000 - 739461 CR951 - FM upsize, Sabal Palm to Rattles 0 63,969 0 64.000 - 739481 NCWRF 2 Deep Inject WeJls & Pump Stat 0 1,608,879 73,517 100,000 739492 SCWRF Expansion 2001 0 1,774,262 17,268 1,025,000 - 739501 NCWRF Expand to 24.1 MGD - Liquid 0 198,423 71,513 91,900 - 739502 NCWRF Expand to 24.1 MGD - Solid 0 2,872,058 2,462,930 2,872,100 739503 NeWRF Expand to 30.6 MGD 1,400,000 490,000 490,000 2,476,000 67,975,400 739761 NeWRF-Multiple Compliance Upgrades 0 0 0 2,~08,OOO 740151 Misc. Effiuent Improvements 19,500 27,879 25,761 34,900 - 740351 Davis Blvd 16 RecWM from Fox Fire to C 0 10,147 10,095 10,100 740761 Reel Water Booster PS-Livingston 850,000 1,330,119 134,528 1,330,100 740771 Goodlette Rd, 24" Reel WM, NCWRF to 0 68,768 223 68,800 - 740781 Livingston Rd 24" Recl WM, VBR to PRR 0 138,756 0 - 743091 Misc. Effluent System Improvements 0 3,745 3,745 48,700 - 743101 SRF Procurement 0 91,741 11,741 25,000 25.000 743111 Rec Water Transmission from NEWRF 200,000 595,956 476,281 1,351,000 - 750081 NCWRF Capacity Analysis 350,000 420,677 70,677 455,000 750102 Evaluation of Orangetree Utilities 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 50,000 750122 Prog Mgt & Oversight for NE Utility Facili 100,000 476,887 376,887 476,900 1,000,000 750141 Growth Mgt Plan 20,000 20,000 0 20,000 750142 Growth Mgt Plan Update 0 0 0 30.000 750153 Feasibility Report 0 14,814 14,814 20,900 - 750162 Evaluation Per Capita 0 18,730 16,110 21,800 - 750172 PUD Hydraulic analysis 0 20,000 15,720 20,000 30,000 750183 Financial Services 0 0 0 50,000 750193 AUlR Updates 0 0 0 12,000 750202 NEWRF Underground Infrastr Optimizatio 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 Total Project Expenditures 25,539,500 50,591,116 6,931,283 29,964,200 74.140,400 70413 Reimburse Prior Year Revenue 0 44,979 0 45,000 20,000 Transfer to 410 SRF Loans 5,711,000 5,711,000 2,911,600 5,710,900 5,088,300 Transfer to 410 2006 Rev Bond 0 0 0 297,400 Transfer to 410 Comm Paper (06) 331,200 331,200 0 Reserves 3,364,800 3,114,800 0 - 2.061.800 Total 34,946,500 59,793,095 9,842,883 35,720,100 81,607,900 16 Project Number Project Description 31413 74077 73077 99413 Revenue System Development Fees SFWMD Grant Bond Transfer from 410 (comrn paper) Transfer from 410 (120597160 flow) Transfer from 410 (12059715L03 sol) Transfer from 410 (59716P Preconst #1) Transfer from 410 (59716S Goodlette) Cany Forward Interest Investment Revenue Reserve Total Variance Public Utilities Wastewater Capital Projects Wastewater Capital- Impact Fees - Fuud 413 413 FY07 Adopted 5/17/2007 FY07 Amended 413 EnclExp 5/17/2007 FY07 Forecast 413 FYOB Budget 15,300,000 15,300,000 5,783,083 8,700,000 9,"'00,000 50,000 50,000 0 - - 26,103,800 21,408,137 0 18,600,000 43.354,400 6,623,600 6,623,600 0 21.701.500 1,207,000 1,207,000 345,000 345,000 - 2,231,700 2,231,700 523,100 523,100 1,708,500 5,624,200 5,624,200 0 - 5,624,100 783,300 783,300 0 (22,592,100 6,950,158 0 7,351,400 99,400 400,000 400,000 258,007 300,000 400,000 (785,000 (785,000 0 (480,000) 34,946,500 59,793,095 6,909,190 35,819,500 81,607,900 o o 99,400 17 Public Utilities Division Wastewater Impact Fee Capital Projects - Fund 413 Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 720011 Southeast Water Purpose: This project consists of land acquisition for the future SEWRF and associated $ 300,000 Reclamation Facility infrastructure. Land Acquisition Method: A qualified consultant is retained through a fixed term contract. End State: Property to site the proposed wastewater treatment plant and associated facilities. This facility will meet the demand of the southeast service area. 725461 Pump Station Purpose: Remove and replace to high efficiency pumps along with pipes and panels and $ 1,500,000 Improvements other related work as necessary. This work will increase capacity of the pump stations. Method: Competitive bid construction contract. End State: Improved efficient higher capacity pump stations with spill proof automatic gate controlled wall on the boundaries for all the Master Pump Stations. 730663 Wastewater Master Purpose: Perform updates to the Wastewater Master Plan. $ 160,000 Plan Update Method: Utilize existing contracts, retain a consultant to prepare the Plan. End State: The Master Plan will remain concurrent with the latest population trends and the needs of the Public Utilities Operating Departments. 731531 Master Pump Purpose: Build a Master Pump Station to pump wastewater to the new Northeast Water $ 100,000 Station at Reclamation Facility. Immokalee Road Method: A qualified consultant through fixed term contract. East of CR 951 End state: A new pump station to pump wastewater to the new NEWRF. 739503 North County WRF Purpose: Expansion of the liquid and solid streams to a capacity of 30.6 MGD, add flow $ 67,975,400 Expansion to 30.6 equalization, site work, and permitting. MGD Method: Through competitive bid process. End State: The objective is to provide a phased construction approach to accommodate projected wastewater flows over a 20-year planning period. 739761 North County WRF Purpose: Add five compliance upgrades for a total of six to be able to stay in compliance $ 2,808,000 Multiple Compliance while producing 100% irrigation quality water. Upgrades Method: Through competitive bid complete design, permitting, and design. End State: A fully compliant controllable irrigation quality production facility. 743101 State Revolving Purpose: Determine the availability of the lowest cost source of external funding through SRF $ 25,000 Fund Procurement loans. Method: Work with our external loan administrator to assess the availability and eligibility for SRF loans. End State: A financially viable utility through prudent external funding. 750102 Evaluation of Purpose: Assess Orangetree's facilities and infrastructure for incorporation into the Collier Orangetree Utilities County Water and Sewer District. $ 50,000 Method: Commission an engineering study to assess infrastructure conditions. End State: The County will plan all necessary improvements to the Orangetree Utility before the acquisition is completed. 750122 Project Purpose: To provide program management services for multiple interrelated elements that $ 1,000,000 Management & impact the coordination and delivery of the entire Northeast Water Reclamation Facility Oversight for Program. Northeast Utility Method: A qualified consultant to be retained through a fixed term contract. facility End State: A wastewater treatment plant, storage facilities, collection & transmission infrastructure to meet the wastewater demand of the northeast service area. 750142 Growth Purpose: Update the Growth Management Plan. $ 30,000 Management Plan Method: CommiSSion a study to accomplish this task. End State: Collier County will meet its regulatory requirements. 750172 Planned Unit Purpose: Hydraulically model new Planning Unit Developments. $ 30,000 Development Method: Through a Fixed Term contract a qualified consultant has been retained to conduct Hydraulic Analysis hydraulic modeling of new PUDs by the use of the Kentucky Pipe modeling software. End State: All new PUDs will be modeled to ensure that the Collier County Water-Sewer District can provide utility services. 750183 Financial Services Purpose: Perform rate studies, feasibility reports, asset valuations, acquisitions, and bulk rate $ 50,000 studies. Method: Engage financial consultant to perform these studies as required. End State: Will provide independent financial assessments to aid in business decision- making. 18 Public Utilities Division Wastewater Impact Fee Capital Projects - Fund 413 (Coutinued) Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 750193 Annual Update and Purpose: To prepare a Utilities Annual Update and Inventory Report. $ 12,000 Inventory Report Method: Engage consultant to provide professional services. End State: The AUrR Report will be forwarded to COES for the meeting with the BCC. 750202 Northeast Water Purpose: To provide a work plan to be used in developing the buried infrastructure and $ 100,000 Reclamation Facility collection facilities required to support the Northeast Facilities over a 20 year planning Underground horizon. Infrastructure Method: A qualified consultant to be retained through a fixed term contract. Optimization Plan End State: To provide wastewater treatment facilities and required infrastructure to meet utility services demand in the northeast region of the County. Tota! $ 74,140,400 19 Public Utilities Wastewater Capital Projects Wastewater Capital- User Fees - Fund 414 Project 414 FY07 5/17/2007 FY07 414 EnciExp FY07 414 FY08 Number Proiect DescrintiOD AdoDted Amended 5/1712007 Forecast Budoct 700782 Special Assessment Software 50,000 213,890 182,480 213,900 . 702022 Sewer County Utility Standards 25,000 55,440 51,757 55,400 25,000 710152 Office Renovations . 1,498 150 1,500 . 710422 Engineering Plans electronic Storage 250,000 331,657 2,468 206,700 . 720082 SCWRF Safety Upgrade . 41,934 4,261 47,100 . 725001 South County 1&1 Implementation 1,000,000 1,037,648 1,017,434 1,138,800 950,000 725011 Decommission of Pelican Bay WRF 330,000 870,596 870,595 880.200 725013 Decommission of Pelican Bay WRF 300,000 300,000 204,384 300.000 . 725021 North County 1&1 Analysis 18,804 18,804 50.700 . 725031 Sewer System Mapping 50,000 72,970 1,000 73.000 . 725041 MPS Facility Rehab . 6,387 473 6,400 725042 MPS Facility Rehab . 104,648 74,745 117,500 725043 MPS Facility Rehab 400,000 400,000 149,615 400.000 . 725051 Security Upgrades . 13,464 12,690 13.500 . 725052 Security Upgrades 100,000 l45,864 30,358 224,000 100,000 725061 NCWRF Renew Sludge Pump Room 92,412 49,629 92,400 725071 SCWRF RebUild Irrigation System 3,878 0 3.900 725081 SCWRF Reliability Improvements 648,572 525,845 648,600 725082 SCWRF Reliability Improvements 169,630 150,758 178,000 725091 SCWRF Expand 2nd Floor Process Con 100,000 147,866 37,636 154,700 725101 NCWRF Expand Process Control Bldg. . 43,025 12,154 43.000 . 725111 NCWRF Ox Ditch Molors & Drives . 2 1 . 725112 NCWRF Ox Ditch Motors & Drives 150,000 150,000 150,000 ]50,000 . 725121 NCWRF Reliability Improvements 712 712 32,000 725141 SCWRF SCADA Arch. Reliability 54,613 33,393 148,200 725162 2004 Reclaimed Water Master Plan 60,000 60,623 0 60.600 725171 CMOM & Staff Optimization 249,000 367,403 14,657 200.000 . 725191 Household Fats & Oils . 13,157 12,810 13,200 . 725231 Collections Bldg Rehab 451,000 535,718 4,587 535,700 . 725261 Lab Info Mgt System . 50,000 0 50,000 40,000 725281 Hitching Post FM replacement . 495,418 45,400 495,400 725291 WW Lab Well Monitoring Equip . 9,010 8,276 9,000 725311 Qualserve Self Assess & Peer Review . 5,406 107 5,400 725321 NCWRF Rehab Strainers 657,794 627,989 657.800 72534\ SCWRF Rehab . 574,039 560,764 574.000 . 725401 Electronic O&M Manuals 120,000 0 120,000 . 725411 WW SCADA System Software & Suppo 50,000 81,184 46,744 81,200 50,000 725421 North County 1&1 Implementation 500,000 600,000 451,634 600,000 100,000 730282 Goodlette Rd FM Relo, PRR to VBR 52,558 0 730451 FDOT Joint Projects 150,000 468,981 58,234 469,000 . 730501 Sewer Line Rehabilitation 1,200,000 1,461,848 1,387,394 1,461.800 1.200,000 730502 2005 Sewer Line Rehab . 0 0 400.000 730511 2004 PumplLift Stations Rehab . 41,797 39,500 42,100 730512 2005 PumplLift Stations Rehab . 60,215 60,215 63.900 730513 2006 Pump/Lift Station Upgrades 378,385 378,385 537,600 . 730601 Port-Au-Prince Sewer 33,154 0 . 730641 Collections System Odor/Corrosion cont 200,000 405,354 277,]60 405.400 200,000 730642 2005 Odor/Corrosion control 341,189 193,222 341,200 730651 County Road Utility Relocates 692 191 700 10,000 730711 2004 Energy Efficiency Enhancements 61,852 61,785 61.900 730712 Energy Efficiency Enhancements 150,000 150,000 0 . 300,000 730721 PU Operations Center . 231,275 171,819 231.300 730821 2004 PumplLift Station Rehab. . 50,000 23,860 50,000 . 730841 Improve Access to Pumping Stations 200,000 272,289 55,918 272.300 . 731601 Rookery Bay FM&PS Improvements . 53,602 34,902 53,600 . 731612 Take Package Plants off-line (4) . 31,334 3 3],300 . 731641 South County 1&1 Analysis . 23,792 23,792 61.000 . 731651 Asset Management 250,000 250,000 0 250,000 250,000 733011 YBR, Airport to CR951, FM relocate 1,250 1,250 1,300 . 733061 Rattle Hamm FM, Polly to CR951 reloc 334 306 300 . 739221 WW Collections SCAOA Improve 750,000 1,932,478 249,173 932,500 600,000 739431 Immk Rd 30" FM, US41 to NCWRF . 216,807 104,141 216.800 739441 Utility Billing System 180,000 300,662 101,873 198,300 130,000 739491 SCWRF Expansion 2001 . 65,834 35,555 65,800 . 739504 NCWRF Expansion to 30,6 MGD 356,000 356,000 370.000 10,153,500 739551 Imm Rd Wellfie1d 27,175 10,669 27.200 . 39571 NCWRF Bleach Pipe . 32,834 3,856 32.800 . 39581 Generators for Lift Stations Reliability 200,000 599,965 591,965 600,000 . 7 7 20 . Number Prolect Descriotion Adonted Amended 5/17/2007 Forecast Budl!ct 739601 Household Fats & Oils Campaign 25,000 0 25,000 739611 Electronic DMR (Discharge Monitor Re - 14,369 14,353 14.400 739631 SCWRF WW Lab Area Renovation 300,000 326,117 100,454 358,600 - 739641 WW Plants SCADA Network Improvem 250,000 382,634 215,365 282.600 600,000 739651 NCRWF Irrigation System 200,000 200,000 0 70,000 - 739662 NCWRF B]each System-north side 1,000,000 1,661,666 78],372 1,799,500 500,000 739662 NCWRF Bleach System-south side 700,000 4]6,669 700,000 500,000 739671 Mobile Computing 100,000 100,000 49,956 ] 00,000 - 739681 NCWRF Technical Support Projects 1,000,000 1,000,000 834,898 1,000,000 1,500,000 739692 SCWRf' Technical Support Projects 600,000 600,000 352,275 600,000 600,000 739701 Pump Station Improvements 2,500,000 2,500,000 1,445,533 2,500,000 2.500,000 739711 2nd floor Access for SCWRF Process C 300,000 300,000 0 300,000 - 739721 Wyndemere Rehab 3,000,000 2,100,312 636,461 3,000,000 650,000 739731 NCWRF Repair & Replace 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 - 739741 Collections System Tech Support Projec 75,000 75,000 0 75,000 150,000 739751 NCWRF Odor Control Improvements - 0 0 3,000,000 739762 NCWRF Multip]e Compliance Points - 0 0 - 2,392,000 740111 South (Eagle Lake) Reel Water Storage 53,434 17,411 53,400 - 740152 Misc. Effluent Improvements 7,200 ]3,152 13,109 13.200 7402] 1 Surface Water - 322,454 0 322,500 - 740231 Pelican Bay Irrigation 3,033,421 2,549,164 3,155,900 200,000 740282 Good]ette Rd RWM Relo, PRR to YBR 50,096 0 740302 Reclaimed Water ASR - 4,253,599 3,917,983 4,885,400 2)0,000 7403] 1 SCWRF Rehab Reclaimed water storage - 153,672 29,465 188,800 - 740331 Reclaimed Water Telemetry 29,849 27,340 29,800 740332 Reuse System SCADA Wide Area Netw - 44],804 365,467 462,000 - 740333 IQ Water System SCADA 200,000 431,273 1l1,347 140,200 700,000 740471 Reclaimed Wtr Auto Read Meters 41,000 0 41,000 - 740491 Reclaimed Water PS Cranes - 18,835 18,835 18,800 740501 Eagle Lakes Nature Interpretive Crr - 31,957 18,187 37,200 - 740502 Eagle Lakes Nature Interpretive Ctr 58,100 0 58,100 - 743011 VBR, Airport to CR951 eff relocate 1,250 1,250 1,300 743092 2004 Miscellaneous Effluent System - 10,645 1,900 1.900 - 743094 2005 Reel Water Rehab - 98,311 87141 181,600 - 744011 IQ Water Sys Tech Support Projects 500,000 500,000 250,233 500,000 500,000 744021 IQ Water Supply and Demand Modeling 50,000 50,000 0 50,000 100,000 744031 IQ Repair and Rep]ace 100,000 85,000 0 75,000 - 744041 Pelican Bay Driveway - 15,000 15,000 15,000 - 750062 CAPDEP Update (Cap Proj Delivery Pr liS 000 115,000 0 750072 Master Plan Update - 2,036 1,923 19,000 160,000 750082 NCWRF Capacity Analysis 150,000 195,000 65,000 195,000 - 750092 SFWMD Grant Application 50,000 74,JOO 24,055 74,100 750112 Customer Service WO System 200,000 200,000 0 200,000 35,000 750131 GIS Equipment 25,000 25,000 0 25,000 - 750154 Feasibility Report - 20,922 20,922 20,900 - tbd Spl. Assessments-Software - 0 0 75,000 750]84 Financial Services 0 0 50,000 750194 AUIR Updates - 0 0 - 12,000 Total Project Expenditures 18,167,200 36,806,926 21,958,546 37,450,100 28,582,500 Reserves 1,662,300 1,306,300 0 2,089,800 Total 19,829,500 38,113,226 21,958,546 37,450,100 30,672,300 Project 74028 74030 Revenue Bond SFWMD Grant SFWMD Grant SFWMD Grant Transfer from 408 Trans from 410 - SRF Reuse ASR Transfer from 410 (comm paper) Carry Forward Interest Investment Revenue Reserve Total 740302 Variance Public Utilities Wastewater Capital Projects Wastewater Capital- User Fees ~ Fund 414 414 FY07 5/17/2007 FY07 414 EnclExp FY 07 414 F"Y08 5 770,400 5,770,400 0 12,000,000 12,704.800 50,000 50,000 0 50,000 - - 425,847 425,847 425,800 - - 0 0 24,200 - 18,408,100 18,408,100 1] ,505,062 18,408,100 8,663.100 5,025,000 5,025,000 619,763 2,397,500 2,627,500 2,925,800 2,925,800 0 - 6,359.500 (12,729,800 5,128,079 0 3,776,900 32.400 400 000 400,000 339,056 400,000 300,000 20,000 20,000 0 - (15.000) 19,829,500 38,113,226 12,889,728 37,482,500 30,672.300 32,400 21 Public Utilities Division Wastewater User Fee Capital Projects - Fund 414 Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 702022 Sewer County Utility Purpose: To maintain updated the Utilities Standards. $ 25,000 Standards Method: Retain a consultant to update the Utility Standards. End State: The Standards Manual will remaln concurrent with recent developments in the field and the needs of the PU Operating Departments and the public. 725001 South County Inflow Purpose: To minimize the infiltration and inflow of standing water into the wastewater system $ 950,000 & Infiltration minimizing the impact of this extra water treatment by the reclamation facilities in terms of Implementation capacity to the plant and cost to the user. [J Method: A qualified consultant through fixed term contract. End State: If not completed may fall out of compliance and escalate costs for treating stonnwater. 725052 Wastewater Purpose: Provide higher level of security at Wastewater Department facilities, $ 100,000 Security Upgrades Method: Through competitive procurements using fixed term contracts, provide & install fencing, video security cameras, improved lighting, and card access at these locations. End State: Improve the level of security at these locations to meet the new demands imposed by the times. 725261 Laboratory Purpose: Provide integrated process control and monitoring laboratory information $ 40,000 Information management system. Management Method: Through competitive procurements using selected vendor for delivery of system and services. End State: To have real time process control and monitoring data available to all operators 725411 Wastewater Purpose: Annual renewals of support coverage and licenses of SCADA system software and $ 50,000 Department components within the Wastewater System. Software Support & Method: Through direct procurement with authorized distributors and vendors, licenses for comprehensive site license contracts and agreements are negotiated and approved on an Supervisory Control annually. and Data End State: Operations are Improved through the implementation of an around-the-clock Acquisition Systems support program, with priority commitment from outside providers. 725421 North County Inflow Purpose: To minimize the infiltration and inflow of standing water into the wastewater system $ 100,000 & Infiltration minimizing the impact of this extra water treatment by the reclamation facilities in tenns of Implementation capacity to the plant and cost to the user. n Method: A qualified consultant through fixed term contract. End State: If not completed may fall out of compliance and escalate costs for treating stormwater. 730501 Sewer Line Purpose: To provide the installation, repair and replacement work on sanitary sewers and $ 1,200,000 Rehabilitation manholes. Method: Through a competitive bid process rehabilitate existing sewers using trenchless technology to reduce maintenance costs and control inflow and infiltration. End State: Increase reliability of collection system. 730641 Collections System Purpose: To eliminate offsite odor emissions. $ 200,000 Odor and Corrosion Method: Through numerous procurements processes, installation of small to medium sized Control odor control units on lift stations where needed. End State: No offsite odor emissions. 730651 County Road Utility Purpose: Relocation of utilities as may be needed for County road construction for projects $ 10,000 Relocates which began before 10-1-03. Project costs to be included in Transportation CIP for projects which began after 10-1-03. Method: Utilizing contractual services contracts. End State: Coordinated Utility relocates with the Transportation Department. 730712 Wastewater Energy Purpose: Analyze, evaluate and improve electrical efficiencies within the Wastewater System. $ 300,000 Efficiency Enhancements Method: Through multiple procurements, electrical and structural modifications are being perfonned, based on findings and determinations subsequent to field studies of these facilities. End State: The overall efficiency and operational capabilities of these facilities will be improved, with notable, quantifiable results. 22 Project Project Name Description FY08 Budget 731651 Asset Management Purpose: To achieve maximum value at minimum cost from utilities infrastructure assets $ 250,000 while meeting the performance standards expected by its stakeholders. Method: Utilizing competitive Request for Proposal process. End State: This project will provide the knowledge, processes and supporting technologies necessary for the program to succeed. FY06 is for Phase One Asset Management Assessment. 739221 Wastewater Purpose: The addition of telemetry and refinement of Supervisory Control and Data Collections System Acquisition (SCADA) system to improve operational control and monitoring capabilities. Supervisory Control and Data Method: Through multiple procurements, telemetry is being added for 100% build-out and $ 600,000 Acquisition reliability improvements. Improvements End State: The command, control