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CRA Advisory Board Meeting

CRA Advisory Board Meeting Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 6:30 PM

CRA Office, 710 N. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach, FL 33435 561-737-3256
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ADVISORY BOARD AGENDA

AGENDA

1.
Call to Order

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2.
Roll Call

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3.
Agenda Approval

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A.
Additions, Deletions, Corrections to the Agenda

B. Adoption of Agenda

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4.
Information Only

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A.
Financial Report Period Ending August 31, 2019

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Tagged Passions:finance and financial report

5.
Public Comment

6.
Consent

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A.
Approval of CRA Advisory Board Meeting Minutes - August 1, 2019

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7.
Assignments

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Pending Assignments

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B.
Reports on Pending Assignments

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C.
New Assignments

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1.
Discussion and Recommendation of Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Budget 2. Consideration and Discussion of the Letter of Interest Submitted by

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Tagged Passions:budget

Bride of Christ Tabernacle Church for the CRA Owned Property Located on NE 10th Avenue

Tagged Passions:church and property

8.
CRA Board Items for CRA Advisory Board Review and Recommendations

A.
Old Business

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Tagged Passions:business

B.
New Business

1. Consideration of the Purchase and Sale Agreement for the Property located at 1001 N. Railroad Avenue

Tagged Passions:business, sale, purchasing, and property

9.
Future Agenda Items

10.
Adjournment

Notice THE CRA SHALL FURNISH APPROPRIATE AUXILIARY AIDS AND SERVICES WHERE NECESSARY TO AFFORD AN INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN AND ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF A SERVICE, PROGRAM OR ACTIVITY CONDUCTED BY THE CRA. PLEASE CONTACT THE CRA, (561) 737-3256, AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE PROGRAM OR ACTIVITY IN ORDER FOR THE CRA TO REASONABLY ACCOMMODATE YOUR REQUEST. ADDITIONAL AGENDA ITEMS MAY BE ADDED SUBSEQUENT TO THE PUBLICATION OF THE AGENDA ON THE CRA'S WEBSITE. INFORMATION REGARDING ITEMS ADDED TO THE AGENDA AFTER IT IS PUBLISHED ON THE CRA'S WEBSITE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE CRA OFFICE. ADVISORY BOARD ITEM 4.A. INFORMATION ONLY

Tagged Passions:disability, services, and program

SUBJECT: Financial Report Period Ending August 31, 2019

SUMMARY: Attached is the Agency's monthly financial and budget report representing the Agency's revenues and expenses for August 2019 (Attachment I); Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance Report (Attachment II); and, Budget Comparison Schedule - General Fund (Attachment III). CRA PLAN/PROJECT/PROGRAM: 2016 Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Plan and FY 2018-2019 CRA Budget CRAAB RECOMMENDATION: Information Only
Tagged Passions:finance, budget, beach, program, and financial report

ATTACHMENTS: Description Attachment I - Monthly Financial Report for Period Ending August 2019 Attachment II - Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance Report Attachment III - Budget Comparison Schedule

8/28/2019 2:20:32 PM Page 1 of 5 Detail vs Budget Report Boynton Beach CRA, FL Account Summary Account Name Beginning Balance Total Activity Ending BalanceFiscal Budget Budget RemainingEncumbrances Remaining 01 - GENERAL FUND Revenue 01-41000 T.I.F. COLLECTIONS 127,401.00-12,549,087.000.00-12,549,087.00-12,421,686.000.00 1.03 01-42115 MARINA RENTS -778.44-99,221.56-9,528.50-89,693.06-100,000.000.00 -0.78

Tagged Passions:finance, budget, beach, watershed, and financial report

01-42116 MISCELLANEOUS RENTS FRO PROPER 2,217.38-2,217.380.00-2,217.380.000.00 0.00

01-42117 MARINA FUEL SALES 147,663.93-1,047,663.930.00-1,047,663.93-900,000.000.00 16.41 01-42118 MARINA MISC INCOME -481.11481.113,853.55-3,372.440.000.00 0.00 01-46100 INTEREST INCOME 36,162.11-36,162.110.00-36,162.110.000.00 0.00 01-47200 IN KIND REVENUE 212,480.63-212,480.63-19,357.33-193,123.300.000.00 0.00 01-48100 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 19,555.62-19,555.62-420.63-19,134.990.000.00 0.00 01-49100 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES -640,000.000.000.000.00-640,000.000.00 -100.00 Expense 01-51010-200 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE 3,563.045,436.963,460.801,976.167,500.00-1,500.00 47.51 01-51010-216 ADVERTISING PUBLIC NOTICES 956.815,543.191,257.004,286.196,500.000.00 14.72 01-51010-225 ASSOC. MEETINGS SEMINARS 9,521.083,813.610.003,813.6114,500.001,165.31 65.66 01-51010-227 DELIVERY SERVICES 674.3175.690.0075.69750.000.00 89.91 01-51010-310 OFFICE SUPPLIES 739.3110.690.0010.69750.000.00 98.57 01-51230-100 PERSONNEL SERVICES 70,688.57386,561.4332,481.19354,080.24457,250.000.00 15.46 01-51230-115 CAR ALLOWANCE 562.364,657.64401.524,256.125,220.000.00 10.77 01-51230-225 ASSOC. MEETINGS SEMINARS 2,925.0813,974.92555.6813,419.2416,900.000.00 17.31 01-51230-226 MEMBERSHIP DUES 5,494.005,591.0050.005,541.0011,085.000.00 49.56 01-51230-227 DELIVERY SERVICES 500.000.000.000.00500.000.00 100.00 01-51230-229 CAREER DEVELOPMENT 15,241.604,258.400.004,258.4019,500.000.00 78.16 01-51230-310 OFFICE SUPPLIES 1,921.441,078.5624.551,054.013,000.000.00 64.05 01-51230-315 POSTAGE 1,796.60703.400.00703.402,500.000.00 71.86 01-51230-340 CELLULAR PHONES 541.132,878.87253.222,625.653,420.000.00 15.82 01-51230-355 SUBSCRIPTIONS 605.000.000.000.00605.000.00 100.00 01-51230-360 BOOKS PUBLICATIONS 45.61454.390.00454.39500.000.00 9.12
Tagged Passions:sale, development, personnel, advertising, services, watershed, and Development

01-51230-400 EQUIPMENT COSTS 0.00732.830.00732.832,000.001,267.17 0.00

01-51325-100 PERSONNEL SERVICES 16,620.47151,648.5312,943.79138,704.74168,269.000.00 9.88 01-51325-200 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE 75.00175.000.00175.00250.000.00 30.00 01-51325-201 BANK FEES -1,750.424,750.42679.314,071.113,000.000.00 -58.35 01-51325-225 ASSOC. MEETINGS SEMINARS 2,976.415,473.591,854.863,618.738,450.000.00 35.22 01-51325-226 MEMBERSHIP DUES 701.00599.00100.00499.001,300.000.00 53.92
Tagged Passions:equipment, personnel, and services

01-51325-227 DELIVERY COSTS 338.00162.000.00162.00500.000.00 67.60

01-51325-229 CAREER DEVELOPMENT 2,954.062,045.940.002,045.945,000.000.00 59.08 Detail vs Budget Report Date Range: 08/01/2019 - 08/28/2019 8/28/2019 2:20:32 PM Page 2 of 5 Account Name Beginning Balance Total Activity Ending BalanceFiscal Budget Budget RemainingEncumbrances Remaining 01-51325-310 OFFICE SUPPLIES 1,800.55699.4521.54677.912,500.000.00 72.02 01-51325-340 CELLULAR PHONES 311.631,128.37102.861,025.511,440.000.00 21.64 01-51325-355 SUBSCRIPTIONS 201.001,099.000.001,099.001,300.000.00 15.46 01-51325-360 BOOKS PUBLICATIONS 700.000.000.000.00700.000.00 100.00 01-51325-365 OFFICE PRINTING COSTS 600.000.000.000.00600.000.00 100.00
Tagged Passions:budget, development, and Development

01-51325-400 EQUIPMENT COSTS 1,000.000.000.000.001,000.000.00 100.00

01-51410-213 GENERAL PROPERTY COVERAGE 45,706.74126,793.260.00126,793.26172,500.000.00 26.50 01-51420-200 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE 74,336.0669,990.443,175.2766,815.17142,000.00-2,326.50 52.35 01-51420-201 CONTRACT LEGAL 47,455.3752,544.630.0052,544.63100,000.000.00 47.46
Tagged Passions:equipment, legal, contract, and property

01-51420-204 CITY STAFF COSTS 20,433.001,567.000.001,567.0022,000.000.00 92.88

01-51440-100 PERSONNEL SERVICES 7,502.9771,447.036,073.0065,374.0378,950.000.00 9.50 01-51440-225 ASSOC. MEETINGS SEMINARS 28,619.581,200.420.001,200.4229,820.000.00 95.97 01-51440-226 MEMBERSHIP DUES 1,350.000.000.000.001,350.000.00 100.00 01-51440-227 DELIVERY SERVICES 94.57205.430.00205.43300.000.00 31.52 01-51440-229 CAREER DEVELOPMENT 6,025.00275.000.00275.006,300.000.00 95.63 01-51440-310 OFFICE SUPPLIES 935.33564.6721.54543.131,500.000.00 62.36 01-51440-340 CELLULAR PHONES 45.00495.0045.00450.00540.000.00 8.33 01-51440-355 SUBSCRIPTIONS 498.001,002.00100.20901.801,500.000.00 33.20 01-51440-360 BOOKS PUBLICATIONS 300.000.000.000.00300.000.00 100.00 01-51440-365 OFFICE PRINTING COSTS 1,500.000.000.000.001,500.000.00 100.00 01-51620-200 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE 1,920.181,124.820.001,124.823,045.000.00 63.06

Tagged Passions:development, personnel, services, and Development

01-51620-201 PROPERTY TAXES ASSOC. DUES 18,899.9756,100.030.0056,100.0375,000.000.00 25.20

01-51620-205 RENTAL OF OFFICES 30,057.8573,942.155,977.8767,964.28104,000.000.00 28.90 01-51620-208 EQUIPMENT LEASES 3,632.518,495.31749.357,745.9611,500.00-627.82 31.59 01-51620-209 PROPERTY MAINTENENCE COST 242,219.87137,788.698,353.88129,434.81490,000.00109,991.44 49.43 01-51620-210 IN KIND EXPENSE -212,480.63212,480.6319,357.33193,123.300.000.00 0.00 01-51620-224 SIGNAGE 8,705.151,294.8592.001,202.8510,000.000.00 87.05
Tagged Passions:equipment, leasing, taxes, Taxes, advertising, signage, rental, property, and property tax

01-51620-325 ELECTRICITY COSTS 2,763.9012,236.10713.4811,522.6215,000.000.00 18.43

01-51620-326 WATER CHARGES 8,987.476,012.53406.315,606.2215,000.000.00 59.92 01-51620-600 DEPREACTION EXPENSE -186,806.80186,806.800.00186,806.800.000.00 0.00 01-51630-200 CONTRACTUAL 50.00450.000.00450.00500.000.00 10.00 01-51630-209 PROPERTY MAINTENENCE 9,023.9118,976.092,461.9016,514.1928,000.000.00 32.23 01-51630-241 MARINA FUEL MANAGEMENT 15,875.13171,304.8715,573.17155,731.70187,180.000.00 8.48 01-51630-242 MARINE FUEL STATION OVERHEAD -3,526.9433,026.944,061.1228,965.8229,500.000.00 -11.96 01-51630-310 OFFICE SUPPLIES 493.88506.1265.97440.151,000.000.00 49.39
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, watershed, and property

01-51630-325 ELECTRIC COSTS 2,325.755,774.25666.555,107.708,100.000.00 28.71

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01-51630-326 WATER COSTS 7,442.504,557.50279.454,278.0512,000.000.00 62.02

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

01-51630-327 GASOLINE DEISEL FUEL PURCHAS -99,058.63820,778.6389,387.04731,391.59721,720.000.00 -13.73

01-51630-328 MARINA DIESEL SALES TAX -1,480.6513,480.651,429.6312,051.0212,000.000.00 -12.34

01-51650-200 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE 3,000.000.000.000.003,000.000.00 100.00 01-51650-210 CITY IT SUPPORT 13,105.3613,894.640.0013,894.6427,000.000.00 48.54 01-51650-211 COMPUTER SOFTWARE LICENSES 1,071.122,428.88599.881,829.003,500.000.00 30.60 01-51650-212 FINANCIAL SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE 2,005.5326,994.4713,300.0013,694.4729,000.000.00 6.92 01-51650-330 TELEPHONE LINES 876.577,123.43623.076,500.368,000.000.00 10.96 Detail vs Budget Report Date Range: 08/01/2019 - 08/28/2019
Tagged Passions:finance, budget, sale, taxes, Taxes, watershed, license, Financial Software, information technology, and Information Technology

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Account Name Beginning Balance Total Activity Ending BalanceFiscal Budget Budget RemainingEncumbrances Remaining
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01-51650-400 EQUIPMENT COSTS 60.058,939.950.008,939.959,000.000.00 0.67

01-51990-200 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE 100,000.000.000.000.00100,000.000.00 100.00 01-57400-100 PERSONNEL SERVICES 5,956.0358,637.974,968.8053,669.1764,594.000.00 9.22 01-57400-216 ADVERTISING PUBLIC NOTICES 22,416.0017,584.000.0017,584.0040,000.000.00 56.04 01-57400-218 ANNUAL REPORT BROCHURES 6,000.000.000.000.006,000.000.00 100.00 01-57400-225 ASSOC. MEETINGS SEMINARS 3,569.60830.40539.00291.404,400.000.00 81.13 01-57400-226 MEMBERSHIP DUES 2,125.003,725.000.003,725.005,850.000.00 36.32 01-57400-227 DELIVERY SERVICES 3,488.70511.300.00511.304,000.000.00 87.22 01-57400-229 CAREER DEVELOPMENT 1,748.92751.08111.00640.082,500.000.00 69.96
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01-57400-236 PHOTOGRAPHY / VIDEOS 5,510.009,490.00540.008,950.0015,000.000.00 36.73

01-57400-310 OFFICE SUPPLIES 937.46562.5421.51541.031,500.000.00 62.50 01-57400-340 CELLULAR PHONES 45.00495.0045.00450.00540.000.00 8.33 01-57400-355 SUBSCRIPTIONS 0.001,005.000.001,005.001,005.000.00 0.00 01-57400-360 BOOKS PUBLICATIONS 70.22129.7815.92113.86200.000.00 35.11 01-57400-365 OFFICE PRINTING COSTS 333.153,166.850.003,166.853,500.000.00 9.52 01-57500-100 PERSONNEL SERVICES 6,253.4051,812.604,466.6047,346.0058,066.000.00 10.77 01-57500-225 ASSOC. MEETINGS SEMINARS 4,877.051,222.95111.001,111.956,100.000.00 79.95 01-57500-226 MEMBERSHIP DUES 500.000.000.000.00500.000.00 100.00 01-57500-229 CAREER DEVELOPMENT 2,179.00321.000.00321.002,500.000.00 87.16 01-57500-310 OFFICE SUPPLIES 343.241,156.7621.551,135.211,500.000.00 22.88 01-57500-340 CELLULAR PHONES 45.00495.0045.00450.00540.000.00 8.33 01-57500-355 SUBSCRIPTIONS 200.0149.990.0049.99250.000.00 80.00 01-57500-360 BOOKS PUBLICATIONS 300.000.000.000.00300.000.00 100.00
Tagged Passions:development, personnel, services, and Development

01-58300-500 GAIN / LOSS ON ASSET -1,230,995.291,230,995.298,114.681,222,880.610.000.00 0.00

01-59000-151 F.I.C.A. 5,488.3942,511.613,748.0038,763.6148,000.000.00 11.43 01-59000-152 MEDICARE 1,021.7610,255.24876.559,378.6911,277.000.00 9.06
Tagged Passions:seniors and health insurance

01-59000-153 RETIREMENT PLAN 401(a) 19,761.00154,093.000.00154,093.00173,854.000.00 11.37

01-59000-154 WORKERS COMP INSURANCE 461.342,038.660.002,038.662,500.000.00 18.45 01-59000-155 HEALTH INSURANCE 36,441.2973,558.715,313.9668,244.75110,000.000.00 33.13 01-59000-156 DENTAL INSURANCE 919.123,580.88314.713,266.174,500.000.00 20.42 01-59000-157 LIFE INSURANCE 968.70531.3048.30483.001,500.000.00 64.58

Tagged Passions:health, retirement, seniors, insurance, and health insurance

01-59000-158 SHORT / LONG TERM DISABILITY -1,652.605,100.60425.054,675.553,448.000.00 -47.93

01-59000-159 UNEMPLOYMENT CHARGES 5,000.000.000.000.005,000.000.00 100.00 01-59000-160 VISION INSURANCE 164.28435.7238.43397.29600.000.00 27.38 01-59000-161 COMPENSATED ABSENSES 35,000.000.000.000.0035,000.000.00 100.00
Tagged Passions:strategic, disability, and insurance

01-59800-990 TRANS OUT TO DEBT SERVICE FUND 0.002,136,465.000.002,136,465.002,136,465.000.00 0.00

01-59999-990 INTERFUND TRANSFERS OUT 0.008,102,303.000.008,102,303.008,102,303.000.00 0.00 Expense Totals: 107,969.60 14,061,686.00 14,410,507.93 257,464.39 14,667,972.32 -714,255.92 -5.08 01 - GENERAL FUND Totals: 107,969.60 0.00 470,053.72 232,011.48 702,065.20 -810,034.80 02 - PROJECTS FUND Revenue 02-44100 FESTIVAL EVENT INCOME 62,268.59-62,268.59-500.00-61,768.590.000.00 0.00 02-46100 INTEREST INCOME 136,335.28-136,335.280.00-136,335.280.000.00 0.00 Detail vs Budget Report Date Range: 08/01/2019 - 08/28/2019 8/28/2019 2:20:32 PM Page 4 of 5 Account Name Beginning Balance Total Activity Ending BalanceFiscal Budget Budget RemainingEncumbrances Remaining 02-48100 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 4,999.74-4,999.74-200.00-4,799.740.000.00 0.00 02-49100 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES -3,265,791.000.000.000.00-3,265,791.000.00 -100.00 02-49900 TRANSFERS IN 1,280,000.00-8,102,303.000.00-8,102,303.00-6,822,303.000.00 18.76 Expense 02-58100-201 BANK FEES -30.0030.000.0030.000.000.00 0.00 02-58100-202 CONTINGENCY EXPENSE 100,000.000.000.000.00100,000.000.00 100.00 02-58100-203 CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE 177,309.1027,669.90266,845.41-239,175.51204,979.000.00 86.50 02-58100-213 LEGAL FEES 50,430.0074,570.000.0074,570.00125,000.000.00 40.34 02-58200-401 BUILDINGS 472,830.992,169.010.002,169.01475,000.000.00 99.54 02-58200-404 CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS 113,568.93-49,046.93-265,945.41216,898.48190,000.00125,478.00 59.77 02-58200-405 SITE WORK AND DEMOLITION FEES 41,038.7725,276.230.0025,276.2366,315.000.00 61.88
Tagged Passions:construction, legal, budget, events, demolition, and festival

02-58200-406 INFRASTRUCTURE AND STREETSCAPE 6,898,294.12203,149.880.00203,149.887,101,444.000.00 97.14

02-58400-443 DIFA-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 12,401.001,194,599.000.001,194,599.001,207,000.000.00 1.03 02-58400-444 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANTS 377,833.22288,627.5315,462.50273,165.03554,356.00-112,104.75 68.16 02-58400-445 MARKETING INCENTIVES 24,988.2466,147.76157.0065,990.7680,000.00-11,136.00 31.24 02-58500-460 COMMUNITY POLICING INNOVATIONS 100,128.38269,871.620.00269,871.62370,000.000.00 27.06 02-58500-470 COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROJECTS 262,077.0082,923.000.0082,923.00345,000.000.00 75.96 02-58500-480 COMMUNITY SPECIAL EVENTS 88,089.35456,160.651,502.07454,658.58549,000.004,750.00 16.05 Expense Totals: 6,987.25 11,368,094.00 2,624,126.08 18,021.57 2,642,147.65 8,718,959.10 76.70 02 - PROJECTS FUND Totals: 6,987.25 1,280,000.00 -5,681,080.53 17,321.57 -5,663,758.96 6,936,771.71

Tagged Passions:grant, market, economic development, streets, development, events, streetscape, Development, and incentive

03
- DEBT SERVICE

Revenue 03-46100 INTEREST INCOME 12,795.09-12,795.090.00-12,795.090.000.00 0.00 03-49900 TRANSFERS IN 0.00-2,136,465.000.00-2,136,465.00-2,136,465.000.00 0.00 Expense 03-59800-814 BOND 2012 PRINCIPAL 1,331,000.000.000.000.001,331,000.000.00 100.00 03-59800-824 BOND 2012 INTEREST 149,391.24145,878.760.00145,878.76295,270.000.00 50.59 03-59800-830 FINANCIAL AGENT FEES 1,000.000.000.000.001,000.000.00 100.00 Expense Totals: 0.00 2,136,465.00 210,476.27 0.00 210,476.27 1,925,988.73 90.15

Tagged Passions:finance and bond

03
- DEBT SERVICE Totals: 0.00 0.00 -1,938,783.82 0.00 -1,938,783.82 1,938,783.82

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Report Total: 114,956.85 1,280,000.00 -7,149,810.63 249,333.05 -6,900,477.58 8,065,520.73

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Tagged Passions:budget

Fund Summary Fund Beginning Balance Total Activity Ending BalanceFiscal Budget Budget RemainingEncumbrances Remaining

107,969.60 0.00 470,053.72 232,011.48 702,065.20 -810,034.8001 - GENERAL FUND 6,987.25 1,280,000.00 -5,681,080.53 17,321.57 -5,663,758.96 6,936,771.7102 - PROJECTS FUND 0.00 0.00 -1,938,783.82 0.00 -1,938,783.82 1,938,783.8203 - DEBT SERVICE
Tagged Passions:budget

Report Total: 114,956.85 1,280,000.00 -7,149,810.63 249,333.05 -6,900,477.58 8,065,520.73

General Fund Projects Fund Debt Service Fund Total Governmental Funds REVENUES
Tagged Passions:funding

Tax increment revenue 12,549,087 - - 12,549,087 Marina Rent Fuel Sales 1,148,622 - - 1,148,622

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, and watershed

Contributions and donations - - - - Interest and other income 268,198 203,604 12,795 484,597

Total revenues 13,965,907 203,604 12,795 14,182,306

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

EXPENDITURES General government 4,429,204 - - 4,429,204 Redevelopment projects - 2,642,148 - 2,642,148 Debt service: -

No additional detail provided

9,536,703 (2,438,544) (197,681) 6,900,478

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Funds Transfers in - 8,102,303 2,136,465 10,238,768 Funds Transfers out (10,238,768) - - (10,238,768) Total other financing sources (uses) (10,238,768) 8,102,303 2,136,465 - Net change in fund balances (702,065) 5,663,759 1,938,784 6,900,478 Fund balances - beginning of year 2,402,302 11,105,679 91,183 13,599,164 Fund balances - end of year 1,700,236.80 16,769,437.96 2,029,966.82 20,499,641.58 Footnote: Transfers between funds include monies received from TIF and carryover from general fund balance. Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenditures BOYNTON BEACH COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances
Tagged Passions:funding, TIF, taxes, Taxes, and beach

Through Year to Date - August 28, 2019

(A Component Unit of the City of Boynton Beach, Florida) The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement.

Tagged Passions:finance, beach, and financial report

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Original Budget Final Budget Actual REVENUES

Tax increment revenue 12,421,686 12,421,686 12,549,087 Marina Rent Fuel Sales 1,000,000.00 1,000,000 1,148,622 Interest and other income - - 268,198 Other financing sources (uses) - 640,000 - Total revenues 13,421,686 14,061,686 13,965,907 EXPENDITURES General government 3,822,918 3,822,918 4,429,204 Total expenditures 3,822,918 3,822,918 4,429,204 9,598,768 10,238,768 9,536,703
Tagged Passions:budget, sale, taxes, Taxes, and watershed

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Carryover fund balance - Transfers out (9,598,768) (10,238,768) (10,238,768)

Total other financing sources (uses) (9,598,768) (10,238,768) (10,238,768) Net change in fund balances - - (702,065) Fund balances - beginning of year 2,402,302 Fund balances - end of year 1,700,237

Through Year to Date - August 28, 2019

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Excess of revenues over expenditures

BOYNTON BEACH COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (A Component Unit of the City of Boynton Beach, Florida)
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Budgetary Comparison Schedule General Fund

The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement.
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ADVISORY BOARD ITEM 6.A. CONSENT

SUBJECT: Approval of CRA Advisory Board Meeting Minutes - August 1, 2019

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SUMMARY: See attached minutes.

CRAAB RECOMMENDATION: Approve August 1, 2019 CRA Advisory Board meeting minutes.

ATTACHMENTS: Description August 1, 2019 CRAAB Minutes

MINUTES OF THE CRA ADVISORY BOARD MEETING

INTRACOASTAL PARK CLUBHOUSE 2240 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA 33435 HELD ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 2019, AT 6:30 P.M.
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PRESENT: STAFF: Anthony Barber (arr. 6:37 p.m.) Michael Simon, CRA Executive Director Thomas Devlin Thuy Shutt, CRA Assistant Director Golene Gordon Jobara Jenkins, Accounting/Finance Mgr. Allan Hendricks Bonnie Nicklien, Administrative Svcs. Rick Maharajh Tatiana Guerrier, Prototype, Inc.

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ABSENT: Linda Cross, Chair Robert Pollock, Vice Chair

1.
Call to Order

The meeting was called to order at 6:35 p.m.

Motion was made by Mr. Devlin, seconded by Ms. Gordon, to approve Allan Hendricks as the substitute chair. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (4-0).

2.
Roll Call

Roll was called, and it was determined a quorum was present.

3.
Agenda Approval

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A.
Additions, Deletions, Corrections to the Agenda None

[Anthony Barber arrived 6:37 p.m.] B. Adoption of Agenda

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Motion was made by Mr. Maharajh, seconded by Mr. Devlin, to approve the Agenda. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (5-0).

4.
Information Only A. Financial Report Period Ending July 31, 2019 None

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B. Notice of Relocation of the September 5, 2019, CRAAB Meeting

The City Commission will be meeting at this location on September 5, 2019. Therefore, the CRAAB will be meeting September 5, 2019, at the CRA Office, 710 N Federal Hwy, Boynton Beach. The October 3, 2019, CRAAB meeting will be back at the Intercoastal Park Clubhouse. 5. Public Comment None
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6.
Consent

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A.
Approval of CRA Advisory Board Meeting Minutes July 8, 2019

Motion made by Mr. Devlin, seconded by Ms. Gordon, to approve the July 8, 2019, minutes. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (5-0).

7.
Assignments

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A.
Pending Assignments 1. None

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B.
Reports on Pending Assignments

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1.
None

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C.
New Assignments 1. Consideration and Discussion of Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Budget

Mr. Simon presented the first draft allocation of the anticipated 3,097,000 project funds available for CRA, which may be used for existing projects needing additional funding or new projects for FY 2019/2020. (See attached Project Fund Allocation Spreadsheet.) The Board proceeded to discuss the three separate, governmental accounting funds: The General Fund (administrative, general operations, insurance, maintenance, Board-related items); The Debt Service Fund (obligatory and required funding for debt service, e.g., bonds taken in 2004 and 2005 to build Boynton Beach Blvd. extension east of Federal Highway, and several million dollars for acquisition of property and for down-payment assistance at that time; and The Project Fund (the main charge of the CRA, brick and mortar capital projects, development projects, grant programs, business-related promotional events, innovative policing programs). This is the balance after the General Fund and Debt Service Fund have been assigned. Public Comment :

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, business, budget, development, capital spending, bond, beach, Capital Spending, events, program, insurance, Development, and property

Susan Oyer, 140 SE 27th Way, had three things for the Board to consider:

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o In expanding Sister Cities program, there is a need to find a space and allocate funds to use as a tourist board office/retail location to promote items from sister cities.

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Get another CRA-funded police officer for servicing the whole CRA zone, but particularly to help out with boat problems at Waters Edge Park and Oyer Park.

o Plan a grand opening from CRA for the historic high school later this year; could be an art event, fireworks, music.

Tagged Passions:arts, utility, historic, Utility, public safety, events, water, parks, boating, education, and fireworks

Mr. Simon led the Board in discussing the individual line items within the three main funds, and how these funds interact with one another to accomplish CRA s goals. The Rejected Revenue for next year, as presented by Palm Beach County Property Appraiser s Office is a TIFF revenue 13,816,071; the Estimated Income from the Marina sales and rents is 1 million, for a total income to the CRA of 14,816.071. In the Debit Service Fund, 2,140,852 that will go to the Bond Debt Repayment (see attached Spreadsheet). General Fund Expenses are 3 million, and 1 million in expenses from the Marina.

The balance of the Project Fund was reviewed line by line, revisiting the existing contractual obligations (including Casa Costa, Ocean One, and the Town Square Project). Mr. Simon next explained the procedure for addressing the allocation of funds, including acquisitions and relocations where needed.

Tagged Passions:funding, sale, bond, beach, procedure, watershed, and property

Mr. Barber had some questions about business development, including the 35,000 for the Blarney Bash, and requested an additional 35,000 be allocated for the MLK Corridor during February 2020. 248,000 is not currently allocated, so would like to match the Blarney Bash funds ( 35,000- 40,000) for an event in the MLK Corridor. Mr. Simon added that the CRA is not responsible for City or holiday events; the goal is to bring economic benefit to that event. Discussion ensued; Mr. Simon said the matter would be presented to the City Manager with allocating funds in mind.

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Tagged Passions:funding, business, development, events, Development, administrator, manager, corridor, and holiday

Mr. Hendricks asked about the City sharing costs with the CRA to fund some sort of celebratory event for the High School. Mr. Simon will also present this to the City Manager to consider this discussion. Discussion followed as to possible activities.

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Tagged Passions:events, administrator, manager, and education

Mr. Barber and Mr. Devlin returned the discussion to the proposed MLK Corridor event in January, which was discussed in more detail, including scheduling considerations for January, February, and March 2020, as well as how to link the event to some sort of business development. Mr. Simon will do additional research to present to the CRA Board, but may have to wait until the project is permitted and do it the following year; in the interim, the idea of a local business event would be fine.

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Tagged Passions:business, development, events, Development, and corridor

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Mr. Barber asked for the breakdown of the allocation for the neighborhood policing program and adding an additional officer. The proposal this year is for a total of four officers and an additional community service officer (civilian) for traffic control, etc., for the CRA District. CRA encourages an equal focus on building relationships between the community and business districts. The total proposed expenses of 535,683 were enumerated and discussed, including a side discussion on a new security presence elsewhere since having to move out of the Plaza. Sgt. Henry Diehl explained that his salary is not part of the budget (to be absorbed back into the police department) and the budget is to cover a total of four sworn officers; a 20 adjustment has been allocated for raises now under contract negotiation, which would be reduced once the actual contracts are known.

Sgt. Diehl described the duties of the Community Service Officer (not a regular, sworn officer). This civilian officer handles traffic matters; does not carry a gun, carries pepper spray for own protection; carries a radio; has a patrol car with yellow flashing lights; does not give tickets or pulls over cars, can investigate open doors. Mr. Simon added that this position gives focus to business development relationship and can educate the public on various things for safety and crime prevention. The officer is not trained in code enforcement or community standards, but certainly can call and refer any such incidents. Mr. Hendricks did encourage some training/education in Code Enforcement insofar as working with the Code Enforcement Officers; also working with citizens to identify areas where they don t feel safe. Sgt. Diehl stated that the third officer will be trained in crime prevention techniques, to adapt clean and safe parameters going forward. The Homing Inn area was brought up as an example where many do not feel safe and Sgt. Diehl said the Community Service Officer and the Third Officer (just described) will go to high prevention training and will work with the Homing Inn area, among others.

Tagged Passions:gun control, business, radio, budget, security, development, contract, public safety, hotel, program, training, Development, education, Gun Control, codes enforcement, traffic, crime, and neighborhood

Ms. Gordon asked why all the officers can t be sworn officers; the difference is 40,000 more for a sworn officer versus a civilian. The CRA Board does want to hear recommendations. Mr. Maharajh asked about the Community Service Officer s authority to deal with marina/boating problems. Sgt. Diehl said general marine issues, yes; but conflicts with someone, no, he cannot.

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Tagged Passions:watershed and boating

Mr. Hendricks suggested a departure from this discussion in order to quickly go over the items to get an overall idea of what there is and what might possibly be deleted. Among the items discussed were marina expenses; contingency numbers; project-related legal services; professional services (architects, designers, engineers); sitework and demolition; housing authority lots; non- profit grant program; infrastructure (streets) improvements; Woman s Club of BB State grant to renovate historic facilities (two-year cycle).

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Tagged Passions:grant, legal, streets, historic, services, program, watershed, demolition, and housing

Ms. Nicklien contributed explanations on the business and economic development grants; how the rent assistance program is calculated for the

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grants covering Tier 1 and Tier 2 businesses. Mr. Hendricks expressed desire to bring in more professional and commercial services (business, medical, etc.) and suggested promoting office spaces and job providers for the area. Ms. Gordon commented on the few office spaces already available and would like to see those utilized before building new offices with no tenants. Mr. Barber wondered why grants are not renewable on three to five years basis; Ms. Nicklien said the property improvement grants are renewable once every five years and rent reimbursement is a one-time deal unless the business expands, then it, too, would be once every five years. A discussion on the nature of grants and transient businesses ensued.

The Board next went through each line for approval of that item amount; a live proposed spreadsheet was projected on the screen and changes were made (see attached). Among items receiving particular attention were contingency funds; an additional sworn police officer; funding for future redevelopment; property acquisition; business development and promotional events; business and economic development grants. A longer discussion on the necessity of an additional sworn police officer instead of an unsworn community service officer followed; Sgt. Diehl stated that the Chief of Police is a staunch supporter of the community service officer program and while adding a sworn police officer may be preferred, it was unknown as to how the Chief may react. The updates and approvals to the proposed spreadsheet were reviewed once more before proceeding to approval. Of note per Mr. Barber and Mr. Maharajh, the consensus for the additional sworn police officer is appreciated. Mr. Simon recommended some of the Board Members attend the CRA Board meeting in support of the additional sworn police officer. Motion made by Mr. Barber, seconded by Mr. Maharajh, to send the information on the screen before the CRA Board for approval. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (5-0). 2. Approval of the FY 2019-2021 Boynton Harbor Marina Dockage Lease Agreement Mr. Simon stated the rent rate for the slips at the Marina, currently 19 a linear foot, for a two year agreement (previously one year), be changed to 26.50 per linear foot. Also, change transient vessel dockage rate from 2 to 2.50 per linear foot. Current documents expire on October 1st. Motion made by Mr. Barber, seconded by Ms. Gordon, to increase by 1 (or 20) per linear foot for the two year agreement. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (5-0). Motion made by Mr. Devlin, seconded by Mr. Maharajh, to increase the transient vessel dockage to 2.50 per linear foot. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (5-0).
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, business, leasing, economic development, development, public safety, services, events, program, watershed, ports, boating, Development, rental, property, and commercial

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8. CRA Board Items for CRA Advisory Board Review and Recommendations A. Old Business

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1.
None

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B.
New Business 1. Consideration of Registration and Travel Expenses to Attend the Florida

Redevelopment Association 2019 Annual Conference on October 16-18, 2019 in Tampa, Florida Mr. Simon stated the CRA Board has approved two members of the Advisory Board may attend the conference this expense of the CRA Board. Any additional members may attend at their own expense. Registration deadline is October 9th. After a brief discussion, two members who had not previously attended were chosen. Motion made by Mr. Barber, seconded by Mr. Maharajh, to send Golene Gordon and Thomas Devlin to attend the FRA Conference on October 16-18, 2019. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (5-0).

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9.
Future Agenda Items None

10.
Adjournment

Motion made by Mr. Barber, seconded by Mr. Devlin, to adjourn. In a voice vote, the motion passed unanimously (6-0) and the meeting was adjourned at 9:19 p.m. Attachments: Project Fund Allocation Spreadsheet Proposed Spreadsheet [Minutes transcribed by M. Moore, Prototype, Inc.] ADVISORY BOARD ITEM C.1. NEW ASSIGNMENTS

SUBJECT: Discussion and Recommendation of Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Budget

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SUMMARY: The Boynton Beach CRA is a quasi-governmental, Special District operating under Title XI, Chapter 163, Part III of the Florida Statutes. The agency's annual financial operations run on a fiscal calendar beginning on October 1st and ending on September 30th of each year. The CRA does not obtain its revenue from charging an additional tax. The CRA receives its annual funding based on a percentage share of the existing ad-valorem property taxes paid to the City of Boynton Beach and Palm Beach County. The CRA s annual budget is comprised of three governmental accounting funds:

1. the General Fund which contains the administrative, general operation, insurances, property maintenance and CRA/CRAAB and marina related items; 2. the Debt Service Fund which contains the CRA s financial debt obligations and encumbrances such as bond repayments and developer s tax increment funding agreements; 3. the Project Fund which contains all of the capital projects, development projects or initiatives, property acquisitions, local business grant programs or promotional events, as well as eligible innovative policing activities such as the Neighborhood Officer Program; At the CRA budget meetings held on July 9, and August 13, 2019, the CRA Board reviewed the overall budget and created their preliminary draft of the FY 2019-2020 Project Fund Budget allocations. At these meetings, the CRA Board assigned the CRA Advisory Board (CRAAB) the task of reviewing the Board's draft allocations and to provide recommendations. The CRAAB provided their first review of the budget at their August 1, 2019 meeting and will provide their second round of recommendations at their September 5, 2019 meeting (see Attachment I). The overall FY 2019-2020 Budget breakdown will identify bond debt obligations, existing tax increment revenue funding agreements obligations and available funding for priority projects such as but not limited to the Neighborhood Officer Police Program, Business Development and Promotional Events, and Marketing (see Attachments II - IV). Public discussion regarding the CRA's proposed FY 2019-2020 Budget will occur again at the CRA Board s September 10th meeting.
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Final approval and adoption of the CRA s Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget is anticipated to occur at the September 17, 2019, City Commission meeting.

FISCAL IMPACT: To be determined based on Board discussion and action. CRA PLAN/PROJECT/PROGRAM: 2016 Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Plan CRAAB RECOMMENDATION: Provide the CRA Board with recommendations on their August 13, 2019 allocations of the FY 2019-2020 Budget, Project Fund line items.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Attachment I - Copy of the 8.13.19 CRA Board Project Fund Allocations Attachment II - Proposed FY 2019-2020 NOP Budget Request Attachment III - Proposed Business Promotions Events Budget Breakdown Attachment IV - Proposed Marketing Budget Breakdown

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FY19/20 FY20/21 FY21/22 FY22/23 FY23/24 FY24/25

13,816,071 14,230,553 14,657,470 15,097,194 15,550,110 16,016,613 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 14,816,071 15,230,553 14,657,470 15,097,194 15,550,110 16,016,613

Obligated Debt Service (Repayment of 2004/2005 Bonds) TOTAL 2,140,852 2,137,822 2,140,528 2,136,830 2,135,817 2,317,425

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Expenses: Operational (excludes Capital Projects), Admin., Maintenance, Legal, Women's Club, etc. 3,007,606 3,097,834 3,190,769 3,286,492 3,385,087 3,486,640

Marina Operating Expenses 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 4,007,606 6,235,656 6,331,298 6,423,322 6,520,904 6,804,065 Casa Costa (47.5 10 Years) Year 10 513,000 - - - - -

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Wal-Mart (25 Years 6-10) Year 8 23,000 24,150 25,358 - - -

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Seabourn Cove-Phase I (50 - 10 Years) Year 7 417,000 437,850 459,743 482,730 - -

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Seabourn Cove-Phase II (50 - 10 Years) Year 6 168,000 176,400 185,220 194,481 204,205 -

Preserve (75 Yrs 1-5; 25 Yrs 6-10) Year 5 117,000 40,000 42,000 44,100 46,305 48,620 Town Square Project (26 year obligation) Year 2 3,700,000 3,700,000 3,550,000 3,550,000 3,550,000 3,550,000 500 Ocean (Yrs 1-4/75 ; Yrs 5-7/50 ; Yrs 8-10/25 ) Year 1 395,000 617,942 636,480 655,575 450,161 463,666 Ocean One - Phase One (75 Yrs 1-7; 50 Yr. 8) - - 495,176 510,535 526,354 Ocean One - Phase Two (75 Yrs 1-7; 50 Yr. 8) - - - 391,417 403,520 415,986 5,333,000 4,996,342 4,898,800 5,813,479 5,164,726 5,004,626 3,334,613 3,998,555 3,427,372 2,860,393 3,864,479 4,207,922 NOTE: Database from Property Appraiser received on 6/24/2019 ESTIMATED

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Tax Increment Revenue (TIR) (increase shown in future years using estimated TIR increase of 3 )

Fund Balance Allocation Rollovers

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Release of Working Capital - Project Fund

Estimated Annual Marina Revenue: Slip Rent Fuel Sales CRA Fiscal Year 2019-2020: Financial Operations: Budget Worksheet

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Remaining Project Fund Budget for Allocation (Revenue - Debt Service,Operating TIRFA)

Total TIRFA Payments Total Revenue Total Debt Operating Expenses
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ANNUAL REVENUE FUNDING

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DEBT SERVICE FUND

GENERAL FUND PROJECT FUND Contractual Obligations: Tax Increment Revenue Funding Agreement (TIRFA) Payments
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PROJECT FUND ALLOCATION SPREADSHEET

FY19/20 FY19/20 3,334,613 FY19/20 3,097,317

Proposed Projects: FY 2019-2020 Estimated FY 18-19 Project Fund Rollover Balances as of: August 9th

August 13, 2019 CRA Board Proposed FY 19-20

Project Fund Allocations Project Fund Line Item

Allocations including the

FY 18-19 Rollover

Proposed FY 19-20

Project Fund Allocations MLK Corridor Redevelopment 1,600,000 324,363 1,924,363 - Funding for Future Redevelopment Projects 883,712 - 883,712 - Property Acquisition 460,000 - 460,000 - Cottage District Workforce Housing Project (FY18-19 140,462 + 290,000) 430,462 - 430,462 Community Caring Center Acquisition 250,000 - 250,000 - Community Caring Center Relocation 300,000 300,000 300,000 NE 3rd Street Roadway Improvement Project 500,000 500,000 500,000 Business Economic Development Grants 150,000 250,000 400,000 289,000 Business Development Promotional Events: Pirate Fest, Rock the Plazas, Blarney Bash, etc. 615,000 615,000 602,380 Marketing - Business Assistance 67,350 67,350 67,137 Historic Woman's Club of BB State Grant Match 200,000 200,000 200,000 BB Boulevard Streetscape Improvement Project (Match for Future Grants) 250,000 250,000 500,000 250,000

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, business, market, economic development, streets, development, historic, events, streetscape, Development, property, corridor, workforce, and housing

Neighborhood Officer Program (NOPs) 4th year of program ** 532,900 532,900 635,000

*CRAAB added 1 Officer to the 4 Officers 1 CSO Proposed by PD Non-Profit Grant Program 95,000 95,000 75,000

Tagged Passions:grant, program, and neighborhood

Financial Assistance for Development of PBC Housing Authority Lots 100,000 - 100,000 - Sitework and Demolition 40,000 40,000 40,000 Professional Development Services (Arch., Eng., etc.) 65,000 35,000 100,000 - Project Related Legal Services - 125,000 125,000 125,000 Contingency 100,000 - 100,000

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CRA Fiscal Year 2019-2020: Financial Operations: Budget Worksheet

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(As of August 9, 2019) BEGINNING PROJECT FUND BALANCE for ALLOCATION

PROJECT FUND ALLOCATION TOTAL REMAINING ALLOCATION BALANCE Total CRA PROJECT FUND contribution to Town Square Project FY 2016 - 2044: 83,850,000 C:\Users\NicklienB\Desktop\8.13.19_FY19-20_Project Fund Budget_CRA Brd_live_wrksht 2 CategoryCategoryCategoryCategory QuantityQuantityQuantityQuantity Actual Actual Actual Actual Cost per Unit Cost per Unit Cost per Unit Cost per Unit Subtotal Subtotal Subtotal Subtotal NotesNotesNotesNotes Officer Salary Incentive (Paramore) 1 62,781 62,781 Salary, Education Incentive Officer Benefits-Pension 1 30,078 30,078 Pension Officer Benefits 1 13,330 13,330 Healthcare, Dental, Vision, FICA Officer Salary Incentive (J Rivera) 1 54,304 54,304 Salary, Education Incentive Officer Benefits-Pension 1 26,017 26,017 Pension Officer Benefits 1 12,680 12,680 Healthcare, Dental, Vision, FICA Officer Salary Incentive (New Position) 1 58,543 58,543 Salary, Education Incentive (avg) Officer Benefits-Pension (New Position) 1 28,050 28,050 Pension (avg) Officer Benefits (New Position) 1 13,005 13,005 Healthcare, Dental, Vision, FICA (avg)
Tagged Passions:strategic, retirement, healthcare, education, and incentive

Community Service Officer (Civilian)

Salary Incentive (New Position) 1 34,000 34,000 Salary, Education Incentive (avg)

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Community Service Officer (Civilian)

Benefits-Pension (New Position) 1 11,501 11,501 Pension (avg)

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Community Service Officer (Civilian)

Benefits (New Position) 1 13,500 13,500 Healthcare, Dental, Vision, FICA (avg) per Tim Howard add 20 increase to salary and benefit (in negotiations with union) - will be adjusted 86,841 444,630 Personnel Costs Total Bike (New Officer) 1 1,300 1,300 Bike for New Officer Bike Rack/Hitch 4 350 1,400 For Each Officer (not one for Capt)

Tagged Passions:strategic, personnel, union, healthcare, Bicycles, and bicycles

Bike Maintenance 1 500 500 Tires, Tubes, Seat, Lights

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Uniform 4 850 3,400 uniforms,belts

Misc. Equipment (allowance) 1 2,000 2,000 As needed approved CRA revised item Community Events/Promotions* - (allowance) 1 2,000 2,000 Youth Programs CRA revised item Vehicle Lease for use in NOP 4 6,413 25,653.40 FY19/20 Interceptors Vehicle Maintenance for use in NOP - (allowance) 4 3,400 13,600.00 Fuel, maintenance 49,853 Equipment Costs Total

Tagged Passions:equipment, leasing, events, program, and youth

Cell Phones Service Plan 4 675 2,700 56.25/mo for staff CRA revised item

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Office Supplies / Misc Supplies - allowance 1 1,000 1,000 Paper, Pens, printer/copier, etc. CRA revised item

Office Electric, Cable/ Internet,

water/sewage 12 500 6,000 Esitmated monthly utility costs
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Office Space Monthly Maintenance 12 650 7,800 Per Lease Terms: Ocean Palm Plaza

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Office Cleaning (allowance) 1 1,500 1,500 City Clearning Crew (Barbara)

Office Buildout / Security Equipment -

(allowance) 1 4,000 4,000 Estimated security cameras, alarm, tv's
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Office Furniture (allowance) 4 1,800 7,200 Estimated desks/locker/cabinets

Computer equipment (allowance)** 2 2,500 5,000 laptop/docking station CRA revised item
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Training*** 4 1,500 6,000 CPTED, CSO academy CRA revised item

41,200 Office Expenses Total 535,683 535,683 **NOTE 2: CRA staff to verify actual number of new computers. Amount shown reflects reduction from 4 down to 2 ***NOTE 3: CRA staff to determine if there is Statutory support to use TIR to pay for training. *NOTE 1: All amounts provided by Police Department with exception of Contingency and ILA amount for FY 2019-2020 revised by CRA to include promotional/marketing materials and additional equipment.

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Proposed FY 19-20 Budget Amount for ILA

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CRA Neighborhood Policing Program - FY 2019-2020

Total Proposed NOP Expenses

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Office Expenses

Equipment Expenses Personnel EVENTS DATE 2018/2019 BUDGET
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BOYNTON BEACH Saturday Sunday October 26 27, 2019 336,250

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HAUNTED PIRATE FEST Event Marketing 44,500

MERMAID SPLASH
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E.
Ocean Ave. (between Federal Hwy. and NE

3rd St.) Total Pirate Fest 380,750

LIGHT UP THE PARK Saturday, December 7, 2019 25,400

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Ocean Ave. (between Federal Hwy. and NE

3rd St.) Event Marketing 3,900 Total Light up the Park 29,300

Tagged Passions:market, events, and parks

HOLIDAY BOAT PARADE Friday, December 13, 2019 11,250

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735 Casa Loma Blvd. Event Marketing 4,700 Total Boat Parade 15,950

Tagged Passions:market, events, and boating

IN CULTURE ART WALK Saturday, January 18, 2019 6,100

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410 W. Industrial Ave. Event Marketing 3,200 Total In Culture 9,300

BLARNEY BASH Saturday, March 14, 2020 35,400

Tagged Passions:market, industrial, and events

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Ocean Ave. (between Federal Hwy. and NE

3rd St.) Event Marketing 12,700 Total Blarney Bash 48,100 ROCK THE PLAZA One Boynton Friday, January 24, 2020 6,600 Ocean Palm Plaza Saturday, February 29, 2020 6,600 Sunshine Square Saturday, March 28, 2020 8,100 Ocean Plaza Saturday, April 25, 2020 6,600 Event Marketing 19,920 Total Rock the Plaza 47,820 HISTORIC WOMAN'S CLUB Exact Date TBD 5,000 OF BOYNTON BEACH ACTIVATION OPEN HOUSE/BUILDING VIEWING Event Marketing 2,000

Tagged Passions:market, historic, beach, and events

1010 S. Federal Hwy. Total Woman's Club 7,000

ROCK THE MARINA LIONFISH DERBY Saturday, June 6, 2020 16,200

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735 Casa Loma Blvd. Event Marketing 5,180 Total Rock the Marina 21,380

MARINA EVENT- REEF CLEAN-UP Saturday, July 25, 2020 16,100 735 Casa Loma Blvd. 5,180 Total Reef Clean-Up 21,280
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EQUIPMENT SUPPORT 21,500

Sub-Total Events 501,100 Sub-Total Events Marketing 101,280 TOTAL COST OF EVENTS 602,380 Updated budget amounts reflect: Aniticpated 20 increase for BBPD event details

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Change in proposed amount for Woman's Club Activation.

BOYNTON BEACH CRA FY 2019-2020 BUSINESS PROMOTIONS EVENTS BUDGET
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EVENT DATE EVENT NAME

Saturday, October 26, 2019 BOYNTON BEACH Sunday, October 27, 2019 HAUNTED PIRATE FEST MERMAID SPLASH
Tagged Passions:beach and events

E.
Ocean Ave. (between Federal Hwy. and NE 3rd St.)

Saturday, November 16, 2019 ART WALK Tentative date 410 W. Industrial Ave.

Tagged Passions:arts and industrial

Saturday, December 7, 2019 LIGHT UP THE PARK

Tagged Passions:parks

E.
Ocean Ave. (between Federal Hwy. and NE 3rd St.)

No additional detail provided

Friday, December 13, 2019 HOLIDAY BOAT PARADE

Tagged Passions:boating and holiday

735 Casa Loma Blvd.

Saturday, January 18, 2019 IN CULTURE - ART WALK
Tagged Passions:arts

410 W. Industrial Ave.

Friday, January 24, 2019 ROCK THE PLAZA One Boynton Saturday, February 29, 2020 ROCK THE PLAZA Ocean Palm Plaza Saturday, March 14, 2020 BLARNEY BASH

Tagged Passions:industrial

E.
Ocean Ave. (between Federal Hwy. and NE 3rd St.)

Saturday, March 28, 2020 ROCK THE PLAZA Sunshine Square Saturday, April 25, 2020 ROCK THE PLAZA Ocean Plaza Exact Date TBD HISTORIC WOMAN'S CLUB

Tagged Passions:historic

OF BOYNTON BEACH ACTIVATION - OPEN HOUSE

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach

1010 S. Federal Hwy.

Saturday, June 6, 2020 ROCK THE MARINA LIONFISH DERBY

Tagged Passions:watershed

735 Casa Loma Blvd.

Saturday, July 25, 2020 MARINA EVENT- REEF CLEAN-UP
Tagged Passions:events and watershed

735 Casa Loma Blvd.

BOYNTON BEACH CRA FY 2019-2020
Tagged Passions:beach

PROPOSED DATES FOR BUSINESS PROMOTIONS EVENTS

Pirate Fest Outdoor Billboard
Tagged Passions:business, advertising, signage, and events

CBS Billboard I95 Lake Worth 3 billboards 4,500

Movie Theater ad

Tagged Passions:advertising and signage

A
Pirate Fest 30 sec. promo video will air before every movie at Cinemark

Boynton Beach 14, Cinemark Palace 20 in Boca Raton, and Shadowood 16 in West Boca Raton. The video will air
Tagged Passions:beach

250 times a day and 1,750 times a week at all three theaters combined 3,835

Promotional Collateral October ad sponsors

5000 print postcards 325, 35,000 Utility Bill 1846.00 print , Posters

Tagged Passions:utility and Utility

100 print - 150 2,321

New Times Month long Marketing campaign and

print ad matched by sponsorship 3,300 Signage (9) 4x8 signs reskin,( 5) 4x4 signs reskin install signs posts 2,000 iheart Radio Radio Spots matched by sponsorship 4,000 Atlantic Current full page ad Reaches a younger demographic, with 70 of their
Tagged Passions:radio, market, advertising, and signage

readers ages 21-44, 42 of which are ages 21-34. They have roughly 28,250

readers, 10,000 magazines and distributed to over 100 locations across Palm Beach County and Broward County. 800 Delray Newspaper / Boca News Full page ad October ad sponsors 995 Everydoor Direct Printing, Postage and Direct mail service delivered to 17,000 homes 5,080 BOYNTON BEACH CRA 02-58500-480 FY 2019-2020 PROPOSED Marketing Budget for Special Events - By Category T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx
Tagged Passions:finance, market, budget, beach, and events

Gateway Gazette double page with business listing 800

Neighborhood News ad Sponsors October Reaching out to the Western Community (1) Full page color ad placement, mailed to 17,500 homes/clubhouses, with over 10,000 additional subscribers that read the digital edition online and on Facebook. 450 Event Map 1500 maps print 1,200 2 10x20 Large Banners at Hampton Inn City Hall 500 Repatch, Install and strike 1,325
Tagged Passions:business, hotel, events, social media law, gateway, and neighborhood

2
Photographers photos for marketing collateral,

website, and social media 1,850 Sun Sentinel Sponsorship match 2,000 I-95 Billboard City billboard 0 Sponsorship signage at event 2 4x4 sponsorship signs installed at
Tagged Passions:market, advertising, signage, events, and social media law

event 825 Coastal Star Ad 1/4 page ad 550

Alco Theater Reaching out to the western community a screen shot advertisement airs in all 8 theaters as an opening to the movie from 10 am until 9 pm 300 Treasure Map Print 1500 maps 1,200 Business Development signage Booth signage print and design 2,800 Coastal Angler Sponsorship match 300 Oasis tent Business Development 2,569 T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx Social Media Event Promotion
Tagged Passions:business, finance, market, budget, development, advertising, signage, events, Development, and social media law

Event info, Pirate Television (PTV), Hooks Tails, Volunteers, Vendors, theme of event, video promo, characters, entertainment, music, contests 1,000Social Media Business

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business, events, and volunteer

Development Pirate Television (PTV), vendors,

sponsors, specials 200 Google Ads

Tagged Passions:Google, development, and Development

Event info, Pirate Television (PTV), Hooks Tails, Volunteers, Vendors,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:events and volunteer

theme of event, characters, entertainment, music 300

Tagged Passions:events

Total Pirate Fest 44,500 Art District In Culture

Tagged Passions:arts

Promotional Collateral 1000 print postcards 225.00 450 signage (1) 4x8 sign (1) 4x4 sign 450

I-95 Billboard City billboard 0 Delray Newspaper Full page ad 795 Neighborhood News Reaching out to the western community Full Page ad 450 Alco Theater Reaching out to the western community a screen shot advertisement was aired in all 8 theaters as an opening to the movie from 10 am until 9 pm 300 Gateway Gazette full page ad 375 Social Media Event Promotion Event info, vendors, art, music , entertainment, video promo 100 Social Media Business Development Vendors, specials, art, video promo 50 Google Ads Event info, entertainment, music, business dev. 50
Tagged Passions:Google, business, arts, development, advertising, signage, events, Development, social media law, gateway, and neighborhood

Total Arts District 3,200 Light up the Park

Tagged Passions:arts and parks

Promotional Collateral 5000 print postcards 350.00 share

with the City , poster 100 450 T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx Neighborhood News Reaching out to the western community Full Page ad 450 Delray Newspaper/Boca News Full page ad 795 I-95 Billboard City billboard 0 Gateway Gazette Full page ad 375 Coastal Star 1/4 page ad 550 Alco Theater Reaching out to the western community a screen shot advertisement was aired in all 8 theaters as an opening to the movie from 10 am until 9 pm 300 Photographer Photography for future marketing 500 Social Media Event Promotion Event info, Volunteers, Vendors, video promo, music, contests,
Tagged Passions:finance, market, budget, advertising, signage, events, social media law, volunteer, gateway, and neighborhood

parade/light up 200Social Media Business Development Businesses, vendors, specials, video 100 Google Ads

Event info, entertainment, music, business dev. 100 Total Light up the Park 3,900 Holiday Boat Parade Promotional Collateral
Tagged Passions:Google, business, development, events, parks, boating, Development, and holiday

5000 print postcards 350.00 , design Posters 200 print - 200 Calling all

Capt flyers and posters 550

Neighborhood News Reaching out to the western community Full Page ad 615 Delray Newspaper/Boca News 2 Full page ad event ad and calling all Capts. 1,590 I-95 Billboard City billboard 0 Coastal Star 1/4 page ad 550 Gateway Gazette Full page ad 375 Coastal Angler 2 ads Calling all Capts event 1/4 ad 600 T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx Social Media Event Promotion Event info, Volunteers, Vendors, video promo, music, contests, calling all captains 250Social Media Business Development vendors, specials, video 50 Google Ads Event page, music, calling all captains 75

Tagged Passions:Google, business, finance, market, budget, development, advertising, signage, events, Development, social media law, volunteer, gateway, and neighborhood

Total Boat Parade 4,700 Blarney Bash

Atlantic Current full page ad Reaches a younger demographic, with 70 of their
Tagged Passions:boating

readers ages 21-44, 42 of which are ages 21-34. They have roughly 28,250

readers, 10,000 magazines and distributed to over 100 locations across Palm Beach County and Broward County. 800 New Times Digital Campaign 450 Gateway Gazette full page ad 375 Photographer Photography for future marketing 500 Promotional Collateral
Tagged Passions:market, beach, and gateway

5000 print postcards 325.00, 35,000 Utility Bill 1846.00 print , Posters

Tagged Passions:utility and Utility

100 print - 150 2,321

Signage (9) 4x8 signs reskin,( 5) 4x4 signs reskin install signs posts 2,000 Delray Newspaper/ Boca News Full page ad 795 Neighborhood News Reaching out to the western communityFull Page ad 615 I-95 Billboard City billboard 0 Coastal Star Ad 1/4 page ad 550 103.1 WIRK Country Radio Campaign 3,000 Social Media Event Promotion Event info, Volunteers, video promo, characters, entertainment, music, contests 400Social Media Business Development Businesses, vendors, specials, video 100 T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx
Tagged Passions:business, finance, radio, market, budget, development, advertising, signage, events, Development, social media law, volunteer, and neighborhood

Google Ads Event info, entertainment, music,

business dev. 200 Total Blarney Bash 12,700 Rock the Plaza Atlantic Current

Tagged Passions:Google, business, and events

3
full page ads Reaches a younger demographic, with 70 of their

readers ages 21-44, 42 of which are ages 21-34. They have roughly 28,250

readers, 10,000 magazines and distributed to over 100 locations across Palm Beach County and Broward County. 2,400 Gateway Gazette 4 full page ads 1,500
Tagged Passions:beach and gateway

Promotional Collateral 6000 print postcards 900 400 posters

400 1,300 Delray Newspaper/Boca News (4) Full page ads 3,180

Neighborhood News Reaching out to the western community (4) full page ads 2,460 I-95 Billboard City billboard 0 signage 4x4 signs and 4x8 signs print and install (4) events 3,000 Alco Theater Reaching out to the western community a screen shot advertisement was aired in all 8 theaters as an opening to the movie from 10 am until 9 pm 1,200 Coastal Star 1/4 page ad 2,200 Social Media Event Promotion Event info, Volunteers, video promo, characters, entertainment, music, contests 1,200Social Media Business Development Businesses, vendors, specials, video 240 Google Ads Event info, entertainment, music, business dev. 480

Tagged Passions:Google, business, development, advertising, signage, events, Development, social media law, volunteer, and neighborhood

Total Rock the Plaza 19,920

T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx Woman's Club Events 80's Prom Night Photographer photos for marketing collateral, website, and social media 500
Tagged Passions:finance, market, budget, events, and social media law

Promotional Collateral 1500 print postcards 325.00 100

posters 100 425 Gateway Gazette full page ad 375 Delray Newspaper/Boca News Full page ad 795 I-95 Billboard City City billboard 0 Neighborhood News Reaching out to the western community Full Page ad 450 450 Alco Theater Reaching out to the western community a screen shot advertisement was aired in all 8 theaters as an opening to the movie from 10 am until 9 pm 300 signage (1) 4x8 sign (1) 4x4 sign 450 Social Media Event Promotion Event info, Volunteers, video promo, characters, entertainment, music, contests 200Social Media Business Development Businesses, vendors, specials, video 50 Google Ads Event info, entertainment, music, business dev. 100
Tagged Passions:Google, business, development, advertising, signage, events, Development, social media law, volunteer, gateway, and neighborhood

Total 80's Prom 3,850 Rock the Marina

Tagged Passions:watershed

Promotional Collateral 5000 print postcards 350.00 poster

100- 100 450 Neighborhood News Reaching out to the western community Full Page ad 450 Delray Newspaper/Boca News Full page ad 795 I-95 Billboard City billboard 0 Gateway Gazette Full page ad 375 Coastal Star 1/4 page ad 550 T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx Alco Theater Reaching out to the western community a screen shot advertisement was aired in all 8 theaters as an opening to the movie from 10 am until 9 pm 300 Photographer Photography for future marketing 500 signage 4x8 signs reskin, 4x4 signs reskin install and take down 1,280 Social Media Event Promotion Event info, Volunteers, video promo, characters, entertainment, music, contests 300Social Media Business Development Businesses, vendors, specials, video 60 Google Ads Event info, entertainment, music, business dev. 120
Tagged Passions:Google, business, finance, market, budget, development, advertising, signage, events, Development, social media law, volunteer, gateway, and neighborhood

Total Rock the Marina 5,180 Grand Total 97,950

T:\FINANCE\01 FINANCIAL OPERATIONS\Yearly Operations\Budget Files\2019-2020 Budget Files\Budget Drafts\Marketing Budget for events 2019- 2020.xlsx ADVISORY BOARD ITEM C.2. NEW ASSIGNMENTS
Tagged Passions:finance, market, budget, events, and watershed

SUBJECT: Consideration and Discussion of the Letter of Interest Submitted by Bride of Christ Tabernacle Church for the CRA Owned Property Located on NE 10th Avenue

SUMMARY: On May 14, 2019 the CRA received a Letter of Interest (LOI) for the purchase of a CRA owned vacant parcel located on E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (NE 10th Avenue) from the Bride of Christ Tabernacle Church located at 202 NE 11th Avenue (see Attachment I). The CRA's parcel is a single lot approximately 50' x 140' in size and is located in the R2 Zoning District. The Bride of Christ Tabernacle Church owns the vacant lot adjacent to the CRA's vacant lot being requested as well as church building located at 202 NE 11th Avenue (see Attachment II). In the LOI, the Church proposes to combine their lot with the CRA lot together to build a new Children's Day Care facility open to the public and would serve approximately 40 children from the ages 2-5 years old. They are proposing that the facility would be open weekly, Monday through Friday from approximately 7 a.m.-7 p.m. CRA staff, representatives from the Church, and City Planning Development staff met to discuss the various development requirements applicable under the City's Land Development Regulations and CRA Community Redevelopment Plan. As a result, the draft site plan being presented includes a new 2-story, 3,650 square foot building with accompanying children's outdoor play area and parking (see Attachment III). The proposed facility will benefit by being located adjacent to their current church building. On August 6, 2019 an appraisal was received for the CRA's vacant lot which was valued at 49,000 (see Attachment IV). A purchase price will need to be discussed and included in an agreement if this is the direction of the Board. The Bride of Christ presented this item to the CRA Board at their August 13, 2019 Board Meeting. The CRA Board was concerned that the day care center would only be used for church members and the Church assured the CRA Board that it would be open to the local community. The Bride of Christ's market research on local day care centers and their formal offer of 49,000 for the vacant lot is provided as Attachment V. The CRA Board has requested the CRAAB to review the item and provide recommendations. CRAAB RECOMMENDATION: 1. Recommend approval of the Letter of Interest submitted by the Bride of Christ Tabernacle
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, facility, market, development, zoning, purchasing, church, Development, property, Child Care, blight, and parking

Church for the purchase of the CRA owned property for 49,000 located on E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

2. Recommend rejecting the Letter of Interest submitted by the Bride of Christ Tabernacle Church for the purchase of the CRA owned property located on E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Tagged Passions:streets, purchasing, church, and property

3.
Recommend other alternatives for the CRA Board's consideration.

No additional detail provided

ATTACHMENTS: Description Attachment I - Letter of Interest from Bride of Christ Tabernacle Church Attachment II - Location Map Attachment III - Conceptual Site Plan Attachment IV - Appraisal of CRA owned parcel on E. MLK Jr. Blvd. Attachment V - Day Care Study - Purchase Price

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:purchasing, church, property, and Child Care

Bride Of Christ Tabernacle

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 202 NE 11th Ave Boynton Beach, Florida 33435 (561) 752- 8452 jean_louis47@yahoo.com
Tagged Passions:beach

LETTER OF INTEREST .

TO : BOYNTON BEACH COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Tagged Passions:beach

FROM : BRIDE OF CHRIST TABERNACLE CHURCH

Tagged Passions:church

RE : REQUESTING BOYNTON BEACH CRA TO SELL LOT PARCEL 08434521270010260

OF ROBERTS E AD TO BOYNTON DEAR SIRS: The BRIDE OF CHRIST TABERNACLE CHURCH would like to purchase the lot owned by CRA BOYNTON BEACH referenced above which adjoins and is contiguous to our property to the south.
Tagged Passions:beach, purchasing, church, and property

We want to build a Child Day Care which will serve the public and be open to the community as well as our church

members for approximately 40 children, ages 2-5 hours Monday thru Friday 7:30 AM TO 6:00 PM using section of our property. We would need this lot to complete the Child Day Care project. If by any chance you are ready to sell please consider us as your first option when the time comes. Thank you

Tagged Passions:church, property, and Child Care

Anonce Nerestant, Trusty Claude Maxime, Trusty

Nerestant12@yahoo.com 561-305-8981 561-986-2919

CC: 1. SimonM@bbfl.us

No additional detail provided

2.
Shuttt@bbfl.us

No additional detail provided

3.
UtterbackT@bbfl.us

No additional detail provided

Bride Of Christ Tabernacle

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 202 NE 11th Ave Boynton Beach, Florida 33435 (561) 752- 8452 jean_louis47@yahoo.com W ES T PA LM B EA CH F LO RI D
Tagged Passions:beach

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No additional detail provided

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A VE BR ID E O F CH RI ST T AB ER N AC LE C H U RC H CH IL D D AY C AR E CE N TE R BO YN TO N B EA CH FIRST FLOOR CLASSROOM 1 700 20 35 STUDENTS/SF CLASSROOM 2 700 20 35 STUDENTS/SF ENTRANCE LOBBY 120 10 12 GENERAL STORAGE 80 8 10

Tagged Passions:students

PREP KITCHEN AND STORAGE 192 12 16

RESTROOM GIRLS 56 7 8 RESTROOM BOYS 56 7 8

ELEVATOR 56 7 8

STAIRS (1) 48 4 12 CUSTODIAL CLOSET 48 6 8 SUBTOTAL 1ST FLOOR 2,056 CIRCULATION (15 ) 308.4 BUILDING CORE SUPPORT (10 ) 205.6 TOTAL 1ST FLOOR 2,570 SF SECOND FLOOR STAFF OFFICE 1 144 12 12 STAFF OFFICE 2 144 12 12 MEETING ROOM 168 12 14 WOMENS RESTROOMS (SINGLE) 63 7 9 MENS RESTROOMS (SINGLE) 63 7 9

ELEVATOR 56 7 8

ELEVATOR EQUIPMENT ROOM 36 6 6 STAIRS (1) 48 4 12 CUSTODIAL CLOSET 36 6 6 COPY GENERAL STORAGE 100 10 10

Tagged Passions:equipment

MECH/ELECT/DATA ROOM 96 8 12

SUBTOTAL 2ND FLOOR 858 CIRCULATION (15 ) 128.7 BUILDING CORE SUPPORT (10 ) 85.8 TOTAL 2ND FLOOR 1,072.5 TOTAL 1ST 2ND FLOORS 3,642.5 SF 3,650 GSF/300 = 12.16 CARS @ 50 REDUCTION = 6.08 SPACES REQUIRED. ON-SITE (5) SPACES (1) ADA SPACE. LOT 27 - 0.161 AC LOT 28 - 0.161 AC GREEN SPACE @ 5' ALLEY - 0.010 AC SUBTOTAL = 0.332 ADJACENT CHURCH - 0.757 AC TOTAL AREA - 1.089 AC FRONT SIDE REAR AutoCAD SHX Text PAVED AutoCAD SHX Text PARKING AutoCAD SHX Text PARKING AutoCAD SHX Text PAVED AutoCAD SHX Text 220.0' AutoCAD SHX Text LANDSCAPE AutoCAD SHX Text BUFFER AutoCAD SHX Text LANDSCAPE BUFFER TYP. AutoCAD SHX Text 4' CONC. WALK AutoCAD SHX Text PAVED AutoCAD SHX Text PARKING AutoCAD SHX Text PARKING AutoCAD SHX Text PAVED AutoCAD SHX Text 4' CONC. WALK AutoCAD SHX Text SLOPE AutoCAD SHX Text STOOP AutoCAD SHX Text P.P. AutoCAD SHX Text P.P. AutoCAD SHX Text MR AutoCAD SHX Text 20'x 7' UTILITY EASEMENT AutoCAD SHX Text BERM ELEVATION 17.25' AutoCAD SHX Text BERM ELEVATION 17.0'
Tagged Passions:streets, disability, utility, Utility, church, buildings and grounds, easement, and parking

AutoCAD SHX Text 7' LANDSCAPE BUFFER

AutoCAD SHX Text STOP AutoCAD SHX Text N . E . 1ST ST. AutoCAD SHX Text N . E . 1 1 T H A V E . AutoCAD SHX Text 220.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 150.0' AutoCAD SHX Text BRIDE OF CHRIST TABERNACLE CHURCH FELLOWSHIP HALL 5,040 S.F. - 17.0' FFE 204 SEATS AutoCAD SHX Text E. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD AutoCAD SHX Text 150.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 50.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 50.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 140.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 5' ALLEY R/W AutoCAD SHX Text 50.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 50.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 140.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 150.0' (P) AutoCAD SHX Text 50' R/W (ASPHALT) AutoCAD SHX Text PROPOSED DAY CARE CENTER (2-STORY, 3,650 S.F.) AutoCAD SHX Text 5' HIGH FENCE AutoCAD SHX Text OUTDOOR PLAY AREA AutoCAD SHX Text ABANDONED 5' ALLEY
Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, church, buildings and grounds, and Child Care

AutoCAD SHX Text 5' LANDSCAPE BUFFER

Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds

AutoCAD SHX Text 5' LANDSCAPE BUFFER

Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds

AutoCAD SHX Text 5' LANDSCAPE BUFFER

AutoCAD SHX Text ACTIVE AREA AutoCAD SHX Text CONCRETE SIDEWALK AutoCAD SHX Text 5' TREE AREA AutoCAD SHX Text DROP-OFF AutoCAD SHX Text 140.0' AutoCAD SHX Text 140.0' AutoCAD SHX Text CONCRETE CURB - TYPICAL AutoCAD SHX Text PROJECT AutoCAD SHX Text LOCATION
Tagged Passions:streets, trees, buildings and grounds, and Pedestrian

AutoCAD SHX Text Ne 12th ave

AutoCAD SHX Text Ne 11th ave

AutoCAD SHX Text E, Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. AutoCAD SHX Text Boynton Beach Canal AutoCAD SHX Text INTERSTATE AutoCAD SHX Text 95 AutoCAD SHX Text N. Federal Highway AutoCAD SHX Text DRAWING TITLE AutoCAD SHX Text SHEET NO. AutoCAD SHX Text PROJECT NO. AutoCAD SHX Text 2019-0101 AutoCAD SHX Text REVISED AutoCAD SHX Text OPTION 2 - 6/19/19 AutoCAD SHX Text SEAL AutoCAD SHX Text ISSUE DATE
Tagged Passions:beach, transportation, and watershed

AutoCAD SHX Text JUNE XX, 2019

AutoCAD SHX Text PROJECT NO.

AutoCAD SHX Text -

AutoCAD SHX Text SCALE: 1/16 =1'-0 AutoCAD SHX Text ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN AutoCAD SHX Text 1 AutoCAD SHX Text A1.1 AutoCAD SHX Text NORTH AutoCAD SHX Text SCALE: N.T.S. AutoCAD SHX Text LOCATION MAP AutoCAD SHX Text NORTH AutoCAD SHX Text A1.1 AutoCAD SHX Text ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN AutoCAD SHX Text CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

AutoCAD SHX Text POTENTIAL 2-STORY BUILDING

AutoCAD SHX Text PARKING: AutoCAD SHX Text (1 PER 300 GSF 50 REDUCTION) AutoCAD SHX Text LAND AREA: AutoCAD SHX Text BUILDING SETBACKS: AutoCAD SHX Text PRELIMINARY SITE PLAN A P P R A I S A L R E P O R T VACANT LAND 207 NORTHEAST 10 AVENUE
Tagged Passions:parking

EAST MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BOULEVARD BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA 33435

by
Tagged Passions:streets and beach

Vance Real Estate Service 7481 Northwest Fourth Street Plantation, Florida 33317-2204

for Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency 710 North Federal Highway Boynton Beach, FL 33435

Tagged Passions:streets and beach

MBA REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

Tagged Passions:development and Development

7481 Northwest 4th Street, Plantation, FL 33317-2204 954/583-2116

Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency 710 North Federal Highway Boynton Beach, FL 33435

Tagged Passions:streets and beach

RE: Vacant lot, 207 Northeast 10 Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL 33435 (Legal description is in the report.)

Ladies and Gentlemen: In fulfillment of our agreement, we transmit our Appraisal Report, in which we develop an opinion of market value for the fee simple estate in the referenced real property as of August 6, 2019. The report sets forth our value conclusion, along with data and reasoning supporting our opinion.
Tagged Passions:legal, market, beach, property, and blight

This report was prepared for and our professional fee billed to Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. Our analyses have been prepared in conformance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP 2018-2019). This report is for possible acquisition of the appraised property.

Tagged Passions:beach and property

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