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REGULAR MEETING OF THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL

Mayor Joe Coviello Council Members District 1: John Gunter District 2: John M. Carioscia Sr. District 3: Marilyn Stout District 4: Jennifer I. Nelson District 5: Dave Stokes District 6: Richard Williams District 7: Jessica Cosden

1015 Cultural Park Blvd. Cape Coral, FL City Manager John Szerlag City Attorney Dolores Menendez
Tagged Passions:council, legal, parks, administrator, and manager

City Auditor Andrea R. Butola

City Clerk Kimberly Bruns AGENDA JOINT CITY COUNCIL AND BUDGET REVIEW COMMITTEE BUDGET WORKSHOP
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PLEDGE OF CIVILITY We will be respectful of each other even when we disagree.

We will direct all comments to the issues. We will avoid personal attacks.

1.
MEETING CALLED TO ORDER

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A.
MAYOR COVIELLO

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2.
INVOCATION/MOMENT OF SILENCE

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3.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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4.
ROLL CALL

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MAYOR COVIELLO, COUNCIL MEMBERS CARIOSCIA, COSDEN, GUNTER, NELSON, STOKES, STOUT, WILLIAMS

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B.
BOTKIN, EIDSON, GRUBER, HAYDEN, JACQUET-CASTOR, OSBORN, STARNER

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BUSINESS:

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CITIZENS INPUT TIME

A maximum of 60 minutes is set for input of citizens on matters concerning the City Government; 3 minutes per individual.

B.
DISCUSSION

(1) Status Report from August 6, 2019 Joint Budget Workshop (2) Departmental Budget Presentations in Order of Appearance: Parks and Recreation; Legislative/Executive/Legal (Includes City Council, City Manager, City Attorney, City Auditor, City

Tagged Passions:council, legal, budget, parks, administrator, manager, audit, and recreation

*PUBLIC HEARINGS DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CASES

Tagged Passions:development, Development, hearing, and community development

In all public hearings for which an applicant or applicants exist and which would affect a relatively limited land area, including but not limited to PDPs, appeals concerning variances or special exceptions, and small-scale

Clerk, Financial Services, Information Technology, and Human Resources); Government Services; and Time Permitting: Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and Charter School
Tagged Passions:finance, services, Technology, technology, hearing, education, human resources, information technology, Charter Schools, charter schools, and Information Technology

(3) Time Permitting: Budget Review Committee Presentation

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6.
TIME AND PLACE OF FUTURE MEETINGS

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A.
A Regular Meeting of the Cape Coral City Council is Scheduled for Monday, August 19, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers

B.
A Joint Cape Coral City Council and Budget Review Committee Budget Workshop is Scheduled for Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in Council Chambers

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7.
MOTION TO ADJOURN

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GENERAL RULES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section of 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk at least forty- eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. If hearing impaired, telephone the Florida Relay Service Numbers, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (v) for assistance. Persons wishing to address Council under Citizens Input or the Consent Agenda may do so during the designated times at each meeting. No prior scheduling is necessary. All speakers must have their presentations approved by the City Clerk's office no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Any citizen may appear before the City Council at the scheduled PUBLIC HEARING/INPUT to comment on the specific agenda item being considered. No prior scheduling is necessary. When recognized by the presiding officer, a speaker shall address the City Council from the designated speaker's lectern, and shall state his or her name and whom, if anyone, he or she represents. An address shall only be required if necessary to comply with a federal, state of local law. Copies of the agenda are available in the main lobby of Cape Coral City Hall and in the City Council Office, 1015 Cultural Park Boulevard. Copies of all back-up documentation are also available for review in the lobby of Council Chambers. You are asked to refrain from removing any documentation. If you desire copies, please request they be made for you. Copies are 15 cents per page. Agendas and back-up documentation are also available on-line on the City website (capecoral.net) after 4:00 PM on the Thursday prior to the Council Meeting. rezonings, the following procedures shall be utilized in order to afford all parties or their representatives a full opportunity to be heard on matters relevant to the application:
Tagged Passions:recognition, streets, zoning, procedure, and parks

1.
The applicant, as well as witnesses offering testimony or

presenting evidence, will be required to swear or affirm that the testimony they provide is the truth.

2.
The order of presentation will begin with the City staff report, the presentation by the applicant and/or the applicant's representative; witnesses called by the applicant, and then members of the public.

3. Members of the City Council may question any witness on relevant issues, by the applicant and/or the applicant's representative, City staff, or by any member of the public.

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4.
The Mayor may impose reasonable limitations on the offer of testimony or evidence and refuse to hear testimony or evidence that is not relevant to the issue being heard. The Mayor may also impose reasonable limitations on the number of witnesses heard when such witnesses become repetitive or are introducing duplicate testimony or evidence. The Mayor may also call witnesses and introduce evidence on behalf of the City Council if it is felt that such witnesses and/or evidence are necessary for a thorough consideration of the subject.

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5.
After the introduction of all-relevant testimony and evidence, the

applicant shall have the opportunity to present a closing statement. 6. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Item Number: B.(1) Meeting Date: 8/13/2019
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Item Type: DISCUSSION - JOINTMEETING ONLY

AGENDA REQUEST FORM

CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Status Report from August 6, 2019 Joint Budget Workshop REQUESTED ACTION: STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
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1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? 2. Is this a Strategic Decision?

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan?

Tagged Passions:strategic and budget

PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Tagged Passions:planning, zoning, and hearing

SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

LEGAL REVIEW: EXHIBITS: PREPARED BY: Division- Department-

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Item Number: B.(2) Meeting Date: 8/13/2019

Item Type: DISCUSSION - JOINTMEETING ONLY

AGENDA REQUEST FORM

CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Departmental Budget Presentations in Order of Appearance: Parks and Recreation; Legislative/Executive/Legal (Includes City Council, City Manager, City Attorney, City Auditor, City Clerk, Financial Services, Information Technology, and Human Resources); Government Services; and Time Permitting: Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and Charter School REQUESTED ACTION: STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
Tagged Passions:finance, council, legal, strategic, budget, services, Technology, parks, technology, administrator, manager, audit, education, human resources, information technology, Charter Schools, charter schools, Information Technology, and recreation

1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? 2. Is this a Strategic Decision?

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan?

Tagged Passions:strategic and budget

PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Tagged Passions:planning, zoning, and hearing

SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

LEGAL REVIEW: EXHIBITS: REVISED - Budget Workshop - All presentations PREPARED BY: Division- Department-

Tagged Passions:legal and budget

SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type REVISED - Budget Workshop All Presentations Backup Material

FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Police Department Highlights / Major Initiatives FTE additions: (5) Traffic Enforcement Officers; (2) South District Zone-1 Officers; (1) City Hall Officer; (1) Traffic Enforcement Sgt; (1) SRO Sgt; (1) 911 Operator.

Tagged Passions:911, budget, public safety, and traffic

Operating costs reduced to align with historical actuals (fuel, electric and small equipment).

Lee County GCN radio fees increased. 1,100,000 is budgeted each year for fleet replacements. FY21 and FY22 75,000 in-car video camera replacements. FY22 110,000 for AV system upgrade in the
Tagged Passions:equipment, radio, budget, historical, and electric

Communications Center. FY22 70,000 for marine law enforcement

boat replacement. FY 2020 FTE Additions: 11 Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Police Officer (8) 582,669 1,250,413 Police Sergeant (2) 210,712 377,648 911 Operator 55,936 56,297
Tagged Passions:911, budget, public safety, boating, communications, and Communications

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Police Department

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South District - City of Cape Coral: 2019 Population Estimate = 87,095 Size = 36.47 square miles

Comparative FL Cities Population Size

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Police Department

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Central District - City of Cape Coral: 2019 Population Estimate = 47,656 Size = 19.4 square miles

Comparative FL Cities Population Size Oakland Park 45,049 8.178 mi2 Winter Garden 46,938 17.87 mi2 Fort Pierce 47,812 29.27 mi2 Titusville 48,242 34.19 mi2
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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Police Department

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North District - City of Cape Coral: 2019 Population Estimate = 54,476 Size = 63.4 square miles

Comparative FL Cities Population Size

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Police Impact Fee

Highlights / Major Initiatives Gun Range to be discussed with City Council. Revenue by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget

Tagged Passions:gun control, council, budget, public safety, and Gun Control

FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Balances Forward-Op Res - 4,118,919 4,687,552 5,771,388 6,932,139 8,175,295 Impact Fees 1,538,112 1,091,606 1,091,606 1,166,772 1,247,306 1,333,806 Misc-Interest 17,634 12,357 12,357 17,314 20,796 24,526 Grand Total 1,555,747 5,222,882 5,791,515 6,955,474 8,200,241 9,533,627

Expenditure by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget

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FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Operating 11,530 21,832 21,832 23,335 24,946 26,676 7 Fund Balance - 5,201,050 5,769,683 6,932,139 8,175,295 9,506,951 Grand Total 11,530 5,222,882 5,791,515 6,955,474 8,200,241 9,533,627

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights False Alarm Fee

Highlights / Major Initiatives As of FY20, a transfer in

from General Fund is budgeted to cover expenditures due to insufficient revenue.

Revenue by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget
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FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Balances Forward-Op Res - 37,862 - 12,164 - - Charges for Service-PubSaf 90,566 119,000 119,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 Misc-Interest 45 - - - - - Misc-Other 123 - - - - - Transfer In - - - 6,039 21,942 25,861 Grand Total 90,734 156,862 119,000 108,203 111,942 115,861

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Fire Department

Highlights / Major Initiatives 6 new Firefighters to reduce overtime - approved mid-year FY2019 Fire Station 2 in FY2020 4,251,063 Groundbreaking 12/2019 Completion 12/2020 Purchase of 2 Engines and a 100 Ladder in FY2020 100 ALS: FY2020 Fire Station 122 in FY2021/2022 5,252,641 Design: 12/2021 Engine purchase: FY2021 Groundbreaking: 12/2021
Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts and purchasing

Completion 12/2022 18 personnel hired: mid-year

FY2022 FY 2020 FTE Additions 3: 1 Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Fire Quality Assurance Specialist1 83,832 98,667

Tagged Passions:budget and personnel

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City Manager has approved replacement of an Engine ( 620,000) and promote new contract position to full time 2 Fire Station Cost has been revised since the City Manager s Proposed Budget (previously 5.8M) 3 1 Fire Inspector position to be added in FY2020, funded through Building Fund

Expenditure by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:budget, contract, fire departments and districts, administrator, and manager

FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Payroll 25,610,535 25,959,264 25,959,264 27,796,933 28,820,592 30,713,733 2 Operating 5,159,742 4,603,662 4,992,433 4,966,245 5,177,751 5,467,921 3 Capital Outlay 2,772,065 215,060 586,064 1,977,724 2,070,397 1,580,362 6 Transfer Out 760,964 734,915 734,915 864,375 1,929,633 1,116,387 Grand Total 34,303,306 31,512,901 32,272,676 35,605,277 37,998,373 38,878,403 Staff Identified Changes1 666,521 48,677 52,629 Adjusted Total 34,303,306 31,512,901 32,272,676 36,271,798 38,047,050 38,931,032

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights All Hazards

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Highlights / Major Initiatives Development of a post-

disaster redevelopment plan Hazard Mitigation Grant Program fund match Replace and upgrade Hazardous Material Decontamination trailer Continue installing WeatherSTEM devices, 1 new location per year Revenue by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:grant, budget, development, program, Development, and disaster management

FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Balances Forward-Op Res - 1,280,218 1,318,873 1,248,165 1,122,916 1,236,927 Misc-Interest 7,091 - - - - - Taxes-All Hazards 809,429 920,137 920,137 996,092 1,025,975 1,056,754 Transfer In - - - - - - Grand Total 816,520 2,200,355 2,239,010 2,244,257 2,148,891 2,293,681

Expenditure by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget

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FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Payroll 476,537 546,643 546,643 572,915 594,791 617,799 2 Operating 118,305 180,146 191,695 226,676 186,763 208,347 3 Capital Outlay 41,213 322,386 363,907 228,150 36,810 40,600 6 Transfer Out 93,600 93,600 93,600 93,600 93,600 93,600 7 Fund Balance - 1,057,580 1,043,165 1,122,916 1,236,927 1,333,335 Grand Total 729,655 2,200,355 2,239,010 2,244,257 2,148,891 2,293,681

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Fire Impact Fee

Highlights / Major Initiatives Live Fire Training Facility
Tagged Passions:facility and training

FY2021/2022 3,462,000 Total Design:

12/2020 - 517,000 (anticipated)

Groundbreaking: 12/2021 - 2,945,000 (anticipated) Completion: 12/2022 (anticipated) Revenue by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget

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FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Balances Forward-Op Res - 2,310,265 2,763,411 3,461,564 4,234,166 5,085,149 Impact Fees 1,488,434 1,052,128 1,052,128 1,124,573 1,202,192 1,285,562 Misc-Interest 9,642 6,931 6,931 10,385 12,702 13,191 Grand Total 1,498,075 3,369,324 3,822,470 4,596,522 5,449,060 6,383,902

Expenditure by Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget

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FY 2019 Amended Budget

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FY 2020 Requested Budget

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FY 2021 Requested Budget

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FY 2022 Requested Budget

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Operating 11,154 21,043 21,043 22,491 24,044 25,711 3 Capital Outlay 91,744 - - - - - 6 Transfer Out 338,101 339,863 339,863 339,865 339,867 339,863 7 Fund Balance - 3,008,418 3,461,564 4,234,166 5,085,149 6,018,328 Grand Total 440,999 3,369,324 3,822,470 4,596,522 5,449,060 6,383,902

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Public Works All Funds

Street Paving Program Alley Paving Program Median Landscaping Program Median Maintenance Program Streetlight Program Sidewalk Program Nicholas Pkwy. East and West Road Reconstruction, Drainage and Utilities Project Construction of Kismet Parkway SUN Trail Phase 1 Construction of Kismet/Littleton Realignment Lee County/Cape Coral Project Chiquita Lock Removal (Pending) Finalize Evaluation of Dredging Needs, Purchase New Dredge, Update Canal Dredging Program Survey Vertical Datum Modernization Initiative North 2 UEP Construction Completion North 1 UEP Design, Permitting, Assessment/Funding and Construction Fleet Ranked 15 in the 100 Best Fleets in North America Fleet Ranked 12 in the 50 Leading Fleets
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, utility, Utility, program, purchasing, watershed, trails, Public Works, public works, Pedestrian, and stormwater

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Public Works General Fund

FY 2020 FTE Additions: Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Registered Surveyor 108,218 Approved in FY19 budget cycle for FY20 Survey vertical datum modernization initiative Operating Budget Increase in FY2020
Tagged Passions:budget, Public Works, and public works

502,000 Transportation Corridor Analysis 276,200 Bridge Maintenance 261,300 Street Light Power 75,000 Survey Modernization Initiative 38,000 Cartegraph Software Renewal 1,000,000 Median Maintenance

Highlights / Major Initiatives Paving - 6.5 M ( 2.5 M FY20 General Fund and 4 M FY20 Gas Tax Proceeds) Median Landscaping - 312,000 FY20 General Fund Alley Paving - 520,000 FY20 General Fund Streetlights - 100,000 FY20 General Fund Sidewalks - 1.5 M from Grants Kismet SUN Trail Phase 1 - 5.3 M from Grants Category FY2018 Actual Expenditures FY2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:grant, streets, budget, taxes, Taxes, transportation, streetscape, trails, information technology, corridor, Pedestrian, traffic, and Information Technology

FY2019 Amended

Budget FY2020 Proposed Budget FY2021 Proposed Budget FY2022 Proposed Budget 1 Payroll 5,257,157 6,063,694 6,062,061 6,366,034 6,620,826 6,888,525 2 Operating 5,394,814 6,650,517 6,782,163 8,941,171 8,188,965 8,449,807 3 Capital Outlay 624,395 428,100 737,177 582,662 435,000 357,500 6 Transfer Out 36,160 - - - - - Grand Total 11,312,526 13,142,311 13,581,401 15,889,867 15,244,791 15,695,832
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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights PW - Stormwater - Expenditure

FY 2020 FTE Additions: Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Customer Service Rep 63,597 FTE Transferred from Fleet Category FY2018 Actual Expenditures FY2019 Adopted Budget

Tagged Passions:budget and stormwater

FY2019 Amended

Budget FY2020 Proposed Budget FY2021 Proposed Budget FY2022 Proposed Budget 1 Payroll 8,091,859 9,071,669 9,071,669 9,031,472 9,381,735 9,750,224 2 Operating 3,893,835 5,270,841 5,298,577 5,462,682 5,568,802 5,815,490 3 Capital Outlay 962,169 840,600 849,694 1,467,907 725,476 920,000 4 Debt Service - 443,000 443,000 443,000 443,000 443,000 6 Transfer Out 4,780,301 4,668,846 5,668,846 5,125,098 5,199,342 4,417,766 7 Fund Balance - 5,290,359 6,398,402 5,995,153 4,840,285 3,648,374 Grand Total 17,728,164 25,585,315 27,730,188 27,525,312 26,158,640 24,994,854 Highlights / Major Initiatives FY20 Not-To-Exceed rate of 119.00 was approved on 7-22-19 Keep current LOS for maintenance Cash contributions and debt payments for stormwater improvements within UEP areas 900,000 Bio-swale grant match in North 2 UEP Weir improvements in coordination with Utilities Proactive flood prevention Canal bathymetric survey to prioritize future dredging areas; capital reflects proposed new dredge Review technologies approved by DEP to reduce nutrients and mitigate blue green algae 12 FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Lot Mowing - Expenditure FY 2020 FTE Additions: Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact N/A Category FY2018 Actual Expenditures FY2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:grant, budget, utility, Utility, watershed, flooding, and stormwater

FY2019 Amended

Budget FY2020 Proposed Budget FY2021 Proposed Budget FY2022 Proposed Budget
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Payroll 465,131 510,610 510,610 446,305 463,187 482,474 2 Operating 4,192,040 3,359,294 3,359,294 3,348,667 3,349,874 3,352,934 3 Capital Outlay 119,722 - - - - - 7 Fund Balance - 1,450,625 526,664 1,234,339 840,190 406,854 Grand Total 4,776,893 5,320,529 4,396,568 5,029,311 4,653,251 4,242,262

Highlights / Major Initiatives Districts 1-4 NTE rate of 73.40 through 55.48 approved on 7-22-2019 Parcels mowed 7 times a year Over 59,000 parcels (10,000 sq. ft. Lot) Program begins in March and continues through December Owl Nest Trimming begins in July and continues through January Pepper Tree Removal 13

FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Public Works UEP Administration FY 2020 FTE Additions: Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact N/A Category FY2018 Actual Expenditures FY2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:budget, program, trees, Public Works, public works, and property

FY2019 Amended

Budget FY2020 Proposed Budget FY2021 Proposed Budget FY2022 Proposed
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Budget 1 Payroll (0) 1,150,453 1,150,453 1,193,640 1,233,782 1,275,921 2 Operating 38,986 338,103 338,103 384,308 348,208 327,343 Grand Total 38,986 1,488,556 1,488,556 1,577,948 1,581,990 1,603,264

Highlights / Major Initiatives 269 M - Complete North 2 UEP Construction 175 M - North 1 UEP Design, Permitting, Assessment/Funding and Construction

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, and budget

Note: FY18 Actual expenditures for UEP Administration are allocated to the specific UEP Capital Projects

Tagged Passions:capital spending and Capital Spending

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Utilities - Operations

Highlights / Major Initiatives FY-2020 will mark 7 consecutive years of no Utility bill rate increases Current projections show no rate increase through FY-2029 based on continuing the UEP program Continue Meter Replacement Program @ 10 annually Continue Production Well Acidization Program @ 10 wells annually Continue Rehabilitation of multiple lift stations Anticipated permitting approval for utilization of surface water from SW Aggregates Mine to supplement irrigation Now receiving reclaimed water from FGUA connection Begin design on Ft. Myers Reclaimed Water Interconnect Project Begin construction of new Southwest WRF Operations Building Florida Benchmarking Consortium ranked Cape Coral w/2nd lowest O M cost for wastewater operations per account Florida Benchmarking Consortium ranked Cape Coral w/4th lowest O M cost for water operations

Tagged Passions:construction, sewer, utility, Utility, program, and water

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FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Utilities - Operations Highlights / Major Initiatives Payroll includes 6 new FTEs pus related capital fleet expense in FY20 Capital reflects acceleration and shift of meter replacement program.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and program

Transfer Out includes funding of Capital Projects and the Debt Service Fund.

Category FY2018 Actual Expenditures FY2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, capital spending, and Capital Spending

FY2019 Amended

Budget FY2020 Proposed Budget FY2021 Proposed Budget FY2022 Proposed Budget 1 Payroll 21,402,585 24,898,346 23,923,346 25,346,971 26,291,401 27,272,023 2 Operating 22,448,313 24,924,165 26,374,758 26,153,428 26,546,053 27,771,523 3 Capital Outlay 5,287,969 5,266,542 3,932,284 7,473,764 5,942,928 5,827,426 4 Debt Service 31,585,299 28,093,166 28,093,166 28,091,023 28,092,050 28,139,540 6 Transfer Out 27,577,396 14,305,797 17,221,440 32,288,977 24,732,520 25,329,594 7 Fund Balance - 13,980,098 11,052,200 14,612,724 15,002,202 15,620,683 Grand Total 108,301,561 111,468,114 110,597,194 133,966,887 126,607,154 129,960,789 FY 2020 FTE Additions: Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Water Plant Operator Trainee 53,725 54,275 Utilities Field Technician 62,424 72,627 Utilities Field Supervisor 70,218 605,421 w/outfitted TV Truck Lift Station Technician 57,408 86,266 w/Pick-up Waste Water Operator C 61,970 62,528 Electrical/Instrument Asst Supervisor 72,512 100,370 w/Pick-up
Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, transportation, water, and plant

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Cape Coral Bill Survey Results

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Fort Myers North Port

Charlotte County Venice North Fort Myers Utility, Inc. Lee County Punta Gorda Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc. Collier County Naples Cape Coral Fort MyersNorth PortCharlotteCountyVenice North Fort Myers Utility, Inc.
Tagged Passions:utility and Utility

Lee CountyPunta GordaBonita SpringsUtilities, Inc.Collier CountyNaplesCape Coral

Water Bill 28.05 34.77 42.31 48.17 45.62 22.40 28.02 26.81 34.69 14.01 32.92 Wastewater Bill 69.95 54.08 56.86 53.75 54.42 38.00 33.66 43.28 53.52 36.88 57.23 Irrigation Bill 219.50 185.08 172.07 158.35 151.80 102.23 100.80 91.92 - 58.49 - Reclaimed Bill - - - - - - - - 29.90 - 9.50
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, and water

Combined Water, Wastewater Irrigation/Reclaimed Bill Survey Water Wastewater @ 4,000 Gallons Per Month

Irrigation or Reclaimed (where available) @ 20,000 Gallons Per Month
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, and water

Water Bill Wastewater Bill Irrigation Bill Reclaimed Bill 17

FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Department of Community Development FY 2020 FTE Additions: 1 Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Zoning Inspector 53,870 84,650 Highlights / Major Initiatives 25,000 for outside engineering services to assist with review of site development plans, special exceptions, variances, and other applications. FY20 and FY21 capital is fleet replacement Project with ITS on a 5 million software initiative (EnerGov) to make every permit available on- line and create more efficiencies.
Tagged Passions:sewer, budget, utility, development, Utility, zoning, services, water, Development, information technology, Information Technology, and community development

Divisions include Administration, Code Compliance, Code Unlicensed Contractors, Development Services, Licensing, Planning and Fleet

Tagged Passions:planning, development, services, Development, and compliance

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CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER ALLOCATION

MODEL

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CODE ENFORCEMENT FTE S Since 2015 there has been a total of 24

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Tagged Passions:codes enforcement

FTE s Code Enforcement Officers, in 2019 staffing increased to 25 Officers.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:human resources and codes enforcement

Zone Configuration: North (6) zones, Central (5) zones, and South (7) zones. There are a total of 18 code officers assigned to zones. Three (3) code officers are cover units or perform sweep operations, and other specialized assignments as needed.

Code Officer carry an average of 40 open cases on a daily basis. Two (2) code officers are funded by Utilities handling watering issues. Two (2) code officers are funded by the building fund and assigned to handle licensed and unlicensed contractor complaints and licensing issues.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and license

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FY 2019 TOP 10 CODE CASE TYPES 1 WATERING RESTRICTION 4,705 2 VEHICLE 2,668 3 SIGNS 2,600 4 LITTER AND DEBRIS 1,402 5 MULTIPLE VIOLATIONS 1,105 6 VACANT LOT 1,061 7 OBNOXIOUS GROWTH 1,016 8 BOAT OR BOAT TRAILER 904 9 BULK TRASH 670 10 HORTICULTURE DEBRIS 475 21

Name 2018 Population 2019 Population Population Change Percentage Size Sq Mi Annual Budget Code Officers FT Code Officers PT CO Specialist CO Supervisors of Code Cases of Cases per CO of cases per Sq Mi of Cases per Capita Cost Per Citizen Cape Coral 189,648 194,570 +4,922 +2.5 120.0 2,128,834.00 21 4 4 4 21,673 1,032 180 115 11.23

Tagged Passions:budget, utility, Utility, water, boating, blight, and growth

Port St. Lucie 196,890 202,769 +5,879 +2.9 120.0 1,561,174.00 14 0 0 3 8,500 607 71 43 7.93

North Port 68,386 70,442 +2,056 +2.9 99.6 784,580.00 5 0 0 1 14,248 2,850 143 208 11.47 Coral Springs 132,551 133,797 +1,246 +0.9 23.8 3,000,000.00 11 1 2 15,209 1,267 639 115 22.63 Fort Myers 83,728 87,019 +3,291 +3.8 40.0 1,400,000.00 5 0 3 4819 964 121 58 16.72 Collier County 372,880 378,488 +5,608 +1.5 2,305.0 4,630,723.00 26 2 2 7760 277 3 21

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Comparative Data Cape Coral vs. Port St. Lucie

No additional detail provided

120 Sq. Miles vs.120 Sq. Miles

of code officers (excluding specialty): Cape Coral: 21 (1,032 cases per CO) Port St. Lucie: 14 (607 cases per CO) One methodology does not fit all Age of community Socio economics Residential, Commercial, Industrial makeup

Tagged Passions:industrial and commercial

Rural vs. Urban

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rural

Other influences: gated communities, ordinances

Community Values
Tagged Passions:ordinance

Proactive vs. Reactive

No additional detail provided

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The FY19 proactive enforcement ratio for Code Compliance in the City of Cape Coral is currently at 53 .

The duration of time to gain compliance has remained approximately at two weeks even with the increased number of code cases. Response times are monitored regularly to ensure proper service levels to the citizens and they continue to improve each year since 2015 2015 22,112 cases Overall Average: 0.87

Tagged Passions:compliance

days 2016 26,466 cases

Overall Average: 0.90

days 2017 24,418 cases

Overall Average: 0.69

days 2018 21,673 cases

Overall Average: 0.88

days 2019 16,578 cases

Overall Average: 0.50 days

0
Days 10,739 48.21 0 Days 15,511 58.79 0 Days 15,756 63.77 0 Days 15,302 66.98 0 Days 11,940 71.92

1-3 Days 3,894 17.66 1-3 Days 4,155 15.77 1-3 Days 4,265 17.86 1-3 Days 5,081 22.67 1-3 Days 3,195 19.31

4+ Days 1,489 6.87 4+ Days 1,638 6.08 4+ Days 1,273 5.59 4+ Days 1,207 5.61 4+ Days 640 3.94

Closed before Initial investigation

157 0.70 Closed before Initial investigation

114 0.42 Closed before Initial investigation

105 0.47 Closed before Initial investigation

147 63.00 Closed before Initial investigation

160 0.94

No Initial Investigation 5,833 26.57

No Initial Investigation 5,048 18.95

No Initial Investigation 3,019 12.31

No Initial Investigation 954 4.12

No Initial Investigation 634 3.89

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Recommendation No increase in staff is being requested at this time based on the current service

level expectations of 50 proactivity. Continue to conduct periodic checks on code cases, some areas could reach saturation levels to create a need for additional FTE code enforcement officers. Possibility of zone reconfiguration, enhancement of educational strategies, and compliance techniques.

Tagged Passions:compliance and codes enforcement

25
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Building Fund (Revenue)

No additional detail provided

26
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Building Fund (Expenditures)

Highlights / Major Initiatives Increased travel and training related expenditures for staff certifications. Added 21,380 in FY20 and 43,459 in FY21. Payment to the General Fund for general administrative overhead costs has been reclassified as an operating expense vs a transfer out. FY18 1,022,617 and FY19 1,049,198 budgeted in transfer out.

Tagged Passions:budget, travel, and training

FY20 1,057,917, FY21 1,089,655 and FY22 1,122,345 budgeted in operating.

FY 2020 FTE Additions: 4 Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Plans Examiner I 80,341 82,641 Construction Inspector 72,968 105,618 Fire Inspector (Fire) 84,470 155,802 Customer Service Rep (City Clerk) 52,466 54,530

Tagged Passions:construction and budget

27
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Parks Recreation

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

Highlights/Major Initiatives:

FY 2022 additional personnel in support of new parks budgetary impact 798K annual salary with benefits FY 2022 additional operating in support of new parks budgetary impact 902K FY 2022 additional capital equipment in support of new parks budgetary impact 313K FY 2022 FTE Additions: 19 Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Park Ranger (1) 55,058 55,437 Groundskeeper (3) 141,396 142,533 Recreation Specialist (2) 124,259 125,017 Irrigation Specialist (2) 105,889 106,647 Customer Service Rep (1) 54,898 55,277 Chemical Specialist (1) 55,058 55,437 Contract Grounds Maint II (4) 112,130 112,509 Contract Park Ranger (4) 121,474 122,990 Contract Admin Aide (1) 28,033 28,412
Tagged Passions:equipment, budget, personnel, contract, parks, and recreation

28
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Coral Oaks Golf Course

Subsidy increased due to more accurate calibration of revenue forecast

Tagged Passions:golf

29
Highlights / Major Initiatives

Coral Oaks in conjunction with the South Florida Section of the PGA coordinated a PGA Hope Program for Military Veterans Maintain PGA Growth of the Game Opportunities including the Cape Coral Junior Golf Association Summer Program, Youth Crime Intervention Saturday Free Kids Clinic, Middle School and High School Junior Golf Programs, PGA instructional programs, Ladies Night and points game FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Coral Oaks Golf Course Highlights / Major Initiatives FY2019 current revenue projections show potential of 2.5M in revenue Projections based on holding revenue to FY2018 Q4 actuals

Tagged Passions:veterans, program, education, military, youth, golf, crime, and growth

FY2020 subsidy variance to FY2021 FY2022 due to supplemental requests

No additional detail provided

Request Council s consideration of privatizing greens maintenance with projected savings to be between 100,000 and 350,000

Tagged Passions:council

Request Council s consideration of option to enter public-private partnership for Coral Oaks restaurant

Tagged Passions:council and restaurants

30
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Coral Oaks Golf Course

Highlights / Major Initiatives Other sales comprised of handicap service charge, tournaments, merchandise, and lessons Course play remains comparative to previous years with Q2 being the busiest time of year; on target to finish FY2019 at approx. 55.6K rounds Food and beverage FY18 actuals 291K; 54.2K increase to FY14 FY17 average of 236.7K

Tagged Passions:sale and golf

FY19 as of June food and beverage 259.7K; projections show could reach comparable levels to FY18

No additional detail provided

31
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Sun Splash Waterpark

Highlights / Major Initiatives FY 2019 launched pilot program of alcohol sales Current revenue in alcohol sales as of July 28th was 44,860 with 0 incidents reported
Tagged Passions:alcohol, sale, and program

Continue monitoring alcohol sales for future viability and growth

Tagged Passions:alcohol, sale, and growth

Continuing renovations and repairs throughout park

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

32
Subsidy increased due to more accurate calibration of revenue forecast

FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Sun Splash Waterpark Highlights / Major Initiatives FY2016 and FY2017 outlier years due to fire and hurricane damages FY2019 current revenue projections show potential of 2.2M in revenue Projections based on holding revenue to FY2018 Q4 actuals

33
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Sun Splash Waterpark

Highlights / Major Initiatives Other sales comprised of cabanas, loungers, lessons, and merchandise
Tagged Passions:sale

Admission counts current as of last week in June

June through August typically strongest performing months subject to school schedule
Tagged Passions:education

Sales breakdown 3 year average FY16 to FY18; does not include alcohol sales

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:alcohol and sale

34
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights P R Programs

Highlights / Major Initiatives FY 2022 additional personnel in support of new parks budgetary impact 168.8K annual salary with benefits
Tagged Passions:budget, personnel, program, and parks

FY2022 additional operating in support of new parks budgetary impact 173K

FY 2022 FTE Additions: 4 Position Title Salary Total Budgetary Impact Sr Rec Specialist (1) 70,308 70,687 Contract Center Att (3) 102,786 103,923
Tagged Passions:budget, contract, and parks

35
Subsidy increased due to more accurate calibration of revenue forecast

FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Special Events Highlights / Major Initiatives FY 2020 reduced 2.5 FTE contract counselor Youth Center FY 2020 converted contract Counselor to full time Recreation Specialist in Special Events for an additional .32 FTE; no budgetary effect due to YC reduction in FTE Average approximately 320K annually in city produced events through ticket sales, stage rentals, and food and beverage

Tagged Passions:budget, sale, contract, events, rental, youth, and recreation

36
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Special Events

Highlights / Major Initiatives

Tagged Passions:events

FY 2019 Sponsorship-In-Kind as of July valued at 148.8K resulting in offset to expense across various events

In-Kind Totals by Category: Advertising 107.6K Food and Beverage 9.9K Giveaways 9.5K Lodging 1.4K Logistical Support 16K Venue 4.5K
Tagged Passions:advertising and events

37
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Special Events

Highlights / Major Initiatives Special Events directly produces 15 city events while providing logistical and technical support for 30+ events annually

Tagged Passions:events

Addition of Craft Beer Festival in FY2020

Currently in planning stages for Cape Coral 50Th Anniversary
Tagged Passions:planning, alcohol, and festival

38
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Yacht Basin

Highlights / Major Initiatives

Tagged Passions:boating

89
active slips at Yacht Basin and 19 active slips at Rosen for a total of 108 slips

Current wait list of 116 people seeking slip space Extensive repair project for north marina seawall and north Floridian Court planned across FY20 to FY24 Additional repair projects may be assigned as needed
Tagged Passions:legal, watershed, boating, and court

Starting October 1st, Yacht Basin will increase all rates per the following:

Slip Charge: 10/ 12 per ft Water/Electric 40/ 50 per month Live Aboard: 50/month
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, electric, boating, and rates

39
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Yacht Basin

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boating

40
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights It Starts In Parks

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

41
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights City Council

Tagged Passions:council

Highlights / Major Initiatives Youth Council budget of 5,000

Tagged Passions:council, budget, and youth

42
FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights City Manager

Highlights / Major Initiatives Complete design phase and begin development of GO bond park initiatives with projected completion by December 2021 Secure agreement with qualified developer for Seven Islands project Investigate feasibility of commercial/industrial development on Academic Village site City rebranding project FY 2020 150K FY 2020 reduce 1.0 FTE grants coordinator; add 1.0 FTE marketing coordinator; no budgetary impact 43 FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights City Attorney Highlights / Major Initiatives The City Attorney s Office strives to provide a competent and efficient office to serve the City Council and the City s Departments with their legal needs. Remained constant in our staffing and anticipate being fully staffed for FY 2020. 44 FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights City Auditor Highlights / Major Initiatives Completed a quality control process to ensure audits and reviews adhere to Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS).

Tagged Passions:grant, council, legal, market, budget, development, industrial, bond, parks, Development, commercial, administrator, manager, audit, and human resources

Closed a significant amount of outstanding audit recommendations from prior years.

Revised and leaned office policy and procedures to seamlessly implement electronic workpaper software with minimal to no effect on City Departments FY 2020 goal to complete at least 75 of the audits on the Approved Audit Plan. 45 FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights City Clerk, HR and ITS
Tagged Passions:procedure, audit, policy, information technology, and Information Technology

City Clerk Highlights / Major Initiatives Municipal Election Services for even

year elections HR Highlights / Major Initiatives Current and future workforce readiness and planning through all HR/LR efforts. Electronic personnel file storage as a long-term project will culminate in FY20 through FY21.

Tagged Passions:planning, voting, personnel, election, services, and workforce

City Clerk Expenditure by Category

FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2019 Amended Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2020 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2021 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2022 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

1
Payroll 1,303,049 1,415,532 1,406,032 1,459,698 1,516,070 1,575,465 2 Operating 220,626 202,336 214,936 211,742 189,554 209,961 3 Capital Outlay 21,833 17,000 24,115 - - 31,600 Grand Total 1,545,508 1,634,868 1,645,083 1,671,440 1,705,624 1,817,026

Human Resources Expenditure by Category

FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:budget and human resources

FY 2019 Amended Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2020 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2021 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2022 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

1
Payroll 1,310,717 1,310,717 1,310,717 1,375,322 1,426,674 1,480,530 2 Operating 392,358 352,858 392,358 331,977 340,133 348,281 3 Capital Outlay - - - 6,200 - - Grand Total 1,703,075 1,663,575 1,703,075 1,713,499 1,766,807 1,828,811

Information Technology Expenditure by Category

FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget
Tagged Passions:budget, Technology, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

FY 2019 Amended Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2020 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2021 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2022 Requested Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

1
Payroll 2,472,206 2,890,346 2,890,346 2,995,668 3,107,516 3,224,904 2 Operating 3,697,076 3,629,968 3,783,738 4,124,264 4,410,185 4,290,118 3 Capital Outlay 334,820 860,000 1,091,352 875,000 1,140,000 1,560,000 Grand Total 6,504,102 7,380,314 7,765,436 7,994,932 8,657,701 9,075,022

ITS Highlights / Major Initiatives Connect City sites with City owned Fiber to increase reliability and reduce cost FY20 Tyler software 524,000 FY22 cable infrastructure/WiFi system upgrades in capital outlay FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Financial Services Highlights / Major Initiatives Awarded the GFOA Distinguished Budget Award Monitored North 2 Utilities Expansion Program which included 13 contracts for over 220 million total.
Tagged Passions:finance, expansion, sites, budget, utility, Utility, contract, Telecommunications, services, program, telecommunications, information technology, and Information Technology

Implementation of new Accounting software in FY 2020 to automate/streamline many daily activities providing for a more efficient workflow.

Refinance all available debt to lower interest rates to reduce annual interest costs when feasible 47 FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Government Services
Tagged Passions:refinance, services, information technology, rates, and Information Technology

Category FY 2018 Actual FY 2019 Adopted Budget

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2019 Amended Budget

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2020 Proposed Budget - B8

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2021 Proposed Budget - B5

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget

FY 2022 Proposed Budget - B2

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget

1
Payroll 28,048,176 29,511,898 29,511,898 27,626,260 28,574,897 29,603,577 2 Operating 21,334,425 12,261,740 12,959,037 12,670,047 12,427,032 12,892,087 3 Capital Outlay 406,082 902,211 100,000 - - 1,500,000 6 Transfer Out 19,900,810 7,886,704 8,931,915 13,470,906 16,724,661 17,421,728 Subtotal 69,689,493 50,562,553 51,502,850 53,767,213 57,726,590 61,417,392 7 Fund Balance - 36,958,565 42,732,996 45,789,465 46,090,502 42,492,266 Grand Total 69,689,493 87,521,118 94,235,846 99,556,678 103,817,092 103,909,658

Highlights / Major Initatives Retirement Cost Transfer Out
Tagged Passions:retirement and seniors

UAAL General Retirement 6,451,749 Government Services Transfer Out Increase UAAL Police Retirement 5,354,764 Transportation Capital Projects: UAAL Fire Retirement 7,540,549 Road Resurfacing 3,500,000 Life,Health,Disability Insurance 2,065,505 Debt Service: Self-Insured Health Plan 5,217,994 Old Golf Course 1,171,189 Medicare Part B Subsidy Insurance 722,994 Opt Out Health Ins Subsidy 57,600 Retiree Health Ins Subsidy 40,717

Total Retirement Cost 27,451,872 Charter School Payroll 174,388 Total Payroll Cost 27,626,260 Decrease in UAAL per October 1, 2018 Actuarial Reports General Fund portion. 2,930,539 decrease from FY 2020 Proposed Charter School Payroll consist of a Senior Accountant and a Human Resource Liaison. The City is reimbursed by Charter School

48 FY 2020 2022 Department Highlights Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Highlights / Major Initiatives Capital projects of pedestrian bridge and parking garage study phase to begin Q4 FY19 with construction projected to begin FY20 Estimated cost of pedestrian bridge 5.5M inclusive of study, design, and construction; location TBD
Tagged Passions:construction, retirement, capital spending, Capital Spending, seniors, education, Charter Schools, Pedestrian, parking, and charter schools

Estimated cost of parking garage 10M inclusive of study, design, and construction; location TBD

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction and parking

Use of CRA tax incremental revenues as well as debt proceeds to fund

Economic development incentives of 500K to stimulate growth 49
Tagged Passions:economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, Development, incentive, and growth

CAPE CORAL CHARTER SCHOOL AUTHORITY

FY 2020-FY 2022 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET AUGUST 13, 2019 50
Tagged Passions:budget, education, Charter Schools, and charter schools

Revenues, Expenditures and Use of Fund Balance

Proposed Revenues all Sources 25,628,850 Proposed Expenditures all Categories 27,022,781 Expenditures over Revenues 1,393,931 (Use of Fund Balance) 51 FY 2017-2022 ADOPTED ENROLLMENT School (FTE) FY17 Actual FY18 Actual FY19 6/10/19 FY20 Commit FY20 for Adopt FY21 Proposed FY22 Proposed Christa McAuliffe 748.51 745.00 745.57 773.00 766.00 766.00 766.00 Oasis Elementary 855.17 856.00 857.23 891.00 880.00 880.00 880.00 Oasis Middle 831.06 811.44 835.76 843.00 840.00 850.00 850.00 Oasis High 718.62 728.62 698.57 701.00 715.00 720.00 725.00 Total: 3,153.36 3,141.06 3,137.13 3,208.00 3,201.00 3,216.00 3,221.00

Tagged Passions:education and enrollment

VPK (FTE) 40.00 40.00 40.00 - - - - Total (with VPK): 3,193.36 3,181.06 3,177.13 3,208.00 3,201.00 3,216.00 3,221.00

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FY17 Actual FY18 Actual FY19 6/10/19

FY20 Commit FY20 for Adopt FY21 Proposed FY22 Proposed FY 2017-2022 Enrollment Christa McAuliffe Oasis Elementary Oasis Middle Oasis High 52 FY 2019-2020 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET REVENUES FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 Revenue Category - Sources Proposed Changes for Adoption Proposed Proposed Committed Fund Balance 233,289 (3,790) 229,499 229,499 229,499 Restricted Fund Balance 1,697,980 - 1,697,980 1,697,980 1,697,980 Use of Fund Balance 747,647 888,598 1,636,245 1,534,071 1,642,918 Unassigned Fund Balance 4,622,116 2,189,333 6,811,449 5,510,729 4,322,066 Total Balance Forward: 7,301,032 3,074,141 10,375,173 8,972,279 7,892,463 Total Sources: 33,032,141 2,971,882 36,004,023 34,833,746 34,085,733 53 FY 2019-2020 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 Expenditure Category - Uses Proposed Changes for Adoption Proposed Proposed Restricted Fund Balance 1,697,980 - 1,697,980 1,697,980 1,697,980 Committed Fund Balance 233,289 (3,790) 229,499 229,499 229,499 Assigned Fund Balance - - - - - Unassigned Fund Balance 5,246,679 1,807,084 7,053,763 5,711,844 4,476,321 Total Reserves: 7,177,948 1,803,294 8,981,242 7,639,323 6,403,800 Total Uses: 33,032,141 2,971,882 36,004,023 34,833,746 34,085,733 54 FY 2019-2020 ADOPTED PERSONNEL CHANGES Accounts for 66.51 of the Adopted Operating Budget or 17.9 mil; includes Base, Add Pays, Sub Pay, FICA, Medicare, Workers Comp, Benefits, FRS, Merit Pay, VAM, and Salary Adjustments Adjusted VAM Payouts to be 800 for Effective Rating and 1,400 for Highly Effective Rating to match District (previously 750 and 1,000)
Tagged Passions:budget, personnel, seniors, health insurance, education, and enrollment

Adjusted Support Staff increases by an additional 2 for a total of 3

Included new payroll and benefits for HR Manager, Security Guard and IT positions 55
Tagged Passions:security and manager

FY 2019-2020 ADOPTED OPERATING EXPENDITURES

Accounts for 8.2 mil or 30.4 of Operating Budget Added 2 ovens for Food Service - 6k Added Title IV Funds - 65k Rollover purchase orders from previous year in which
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and purchasing

work was not completed - 46k Increased computer refreshing/equipment by 288k as

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:equipment

part of Best Practice Recommendation

56

FY 2019-2020 ADOPTED CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

Currently budgeted at 486k or 1.80 of budget: Added back OHS AC Unit which was not completed in FY
Tagged Passions:budget

2019 - 180k Added 210k for the two new buses which were not

received in FY 2019 Both of these items were approved for purchase by the Governing Board in FY 2019 57 58 Item Number: B.(3) Meeting Date: 8/13/2019

Tagged Passions:Public Transit and purchasing

Item Type: DISCUSSION - JOINTMEETING ONLY

AGENDA REQUEST FORM

CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Time Permitting: Budget Review Committee Presentation

REQUESTED ACTION: STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
Tagged Passions:strategic and budget

1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? 2. Is this a Strategic Decision?

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan?

Tagged Passions:strategic and budget

PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning, zoning, and hearing

SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

LEGAL REVIEW: EXHIBITS: Budget Review Committee presentation

Tagged Passions:legal and budget

PREPARED BY: Budget Review Committee members Division- Department-

Tagged Passions:budget

SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Budget Review Committee Presentation Backup Material

Budget Review Committee Recommendations for the FY 2020 City Manager s Proposed Budget Budget Review Committee Members: George Starner, Chair Gary Eidson, Vice-Chair Michael Botkin Beatrice Jacquet-Castor Joanne Gruber William Osborn Tom Hayden
Tagged Passions:budget, administrator, and manager

Councilmember John Gunter

2020 Proposed Budget The Budget Review Committee supports the

Tagged Passions:budget

concept of the City Manager s three year rolling budget projections, recognizing that the actual

budget is for a one year period.
Tagged Passions:recognition, budget, administrator, and manager

2
Additional Revenue

There are three major areas of additional revenue for 2020:

Increase in property values of 7.96 vs. expected 4 = 4.3MM

Tagged Passions:property

Rejection of Amendment 1 = 3.8MM

Reduction in required pension plan contributions = 4.8MM
Tagged Passions:retirement

This is a total of 12.9MM. We believe this supports a larger

reduction of the millage rate.

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

3
Diversified

Revenue

4
We recommend reducing the millage to the rollback rate of 6.4903.

We support increasing the FSA from 62 to 64 . We support leaving the PST at 7 .

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

Impact of Various Millage Rates ( 150,000 taxable value home)

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and rates

5
Rates

Ad
Tagged Passions:rates

Valorem FSA PST

GO Bond Total Increase
Tagged Passions:bond

2019 Millage 6.75 FSA 62 , PST 7 1,012.50 207.79 54.18 1,274.47 -

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

2020 Millage 6.55, FSA 64 , PST

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

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Homestead 1,002.15 224.66 54.18 9.18 1,290.17 15.70

Non Homestead 1,060.12 224.66 54.18 9.18 1,348.14 73.67

2020 Millage 6.4903,FSA 64 , PST

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

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