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					City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                    FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                           Utility Fund
Overview

The Utility Fund is used to account for income and expenses of operating the City's Utility System which includes engineering, water,
wastewater and stormwater management.

This section covers the Utility Fund which includes the Budget Summary, Revenues and Expenditures Category Summary,
Comparative Personnel Summary, Revenue Projections, and all the departments' operating, capital and non departmental expenses
under this fund.

The Utility Fund Revenues are separated by the following categories:

           Licenses & Permits
           Intergovernmental Revenues
           Charges for Services
           Miscellaneous Revenues
           Other Revenue Sources

The Utility Fund Expenditures are separated by the following categories:

           Personnel Services
           Contractual Services
           Other Charges & Services
           Commodities
           Other Operating Expenses
           Departmental Capital Outlay
           Grants & Aids

This is followed by all departments in the Utility Fund.

The Utility Fund Capital Improvement Program section accounts for projects costing over $100,000.

The Utility Fund Non-Departmental section covers information for contractual services, debt service and transfers out to other funds.




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City of Miramar, Florida                                                           FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                        Utility Fund
                            Revenue & Expenditure Budget Summary

                                             Actual        Actual     Budgeted     Projected      Adopted
Revenues                                    FY 2006       FY 2007      FY 2008      FY 2008       FY 2009

Current Revenues                         24,928,952    24,049,037   28,527,879   25,631,200    30,338,300
Transfer from other Funds                   566,895       725,303      200,000   46,040,000        50,000
Reserve                                           -             -            -            -             -

Total                                    25,495,847    24,774,340   28,727,879   71,671,200    30,388,300




Expenditures

Operating
Finance                                     678,508       800,495      881,952    1,014,795     1,090,700
Engineering                               1,649,038     1,686,968    2,057,695    2,020,865     1,771,200
Utilities                                15,596,960    16,733,283   18,307,976   17,347,580    21,502,800
Sub-Total                                17,924,506    19,220,746   21,247,623   20,383,240    24,364,700

Capital
Finance                                          -        16,625            -             -            -
Public Works                                     -             -            -             -      167,100
Utilities                                  216,983             -      691,000             -      554,000
Non-departmental                                 -             -            -             -            -
Sub-Total                                  216,983        16,625      691,000             -      721,100

Non-Departmental
Non-Departmental                            536,582       213,530    2,976,723    2,931,723     2,897,100
Debt Service                                102,519       986,860    2,915,943    2,893,674     1,507,800
Transfer to Other Funds                   3,060,120     5,335,952      896,590      896,590       897,600
Sub-Total                                 3,699,221     6,536,342    6,789,256    6,721,987     5,302,500


Total                                    21,840,710    25,773,714   28,727,879   27,105,227    30,388,300




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                                                                      Utility Fund
                                                         Revenue Summary by Category

Revenue                                                                      Actual              Actual           Budgeted       Projected     Adopted
Account            Revenues                                                 FY 2006             FY 2007            FY 2008        FY 2008      FY 2009

320000/329999      Licenses, Permits, Fees                                   388,092             216,401            203,090              -       211,500
330000/339999      Intergovernmental Revenues                                170,926                   -                  -              -             -
343300/343399      Charges for Services                                   23,679,285          23,625,408         28,215,289     25,547,500    30,009,900
360000/369999      Miscellaneous Revenues                                    690,649             207,228            109,500         83,700       116,900
380000/389999      Other Sources/Transfers                                   566,895             725,303            200,000     46,040,000        50,000
390000/399999      Reserve                                                         -                   -                  -              -             -

                   Total                                                  25,495,847          24,774,340         28,727,879     71,671,200    30,388,300




                                             Utility Fund Revenues by Source Total - $30,388,300

                                                                        Trfr fr Other Funds
                                                                               $50,000
                                                                                 0%
                                                                    Misc.
                                                 Stormwater       $1,212,400
                                                 $1,832,100           4%
                                                     6%


                                                                                                                     Water
                                                                                                                  $11,232,200
                                                                                                                     37%

                                                      Sewer
                                                      S
                                                    $16,061,600
                                                       53%




                                      The above chart shows the FY 2009 Projected Utility Fund Revenues by Source



                                                              Utility Fund Revenue Comparison

          $35,000,000

          $30,000,000

          $25,000,000

          $20,000,000

          $15,000,000

          $10,000,000

           $5,000,000

                  $0
                            Licenses, Permits,     Charges for Services       Miscellaneous                  Other              Carryover
                                  Fees                                         Revenues                 Sources/Transfers

                                                                  FY 2007      FY 2008        FY 2009


                        The following chart shows the comparison of Utility Fund revenues by FY 2007, FY 2008 and FY 2009
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                                                                       Utility Fund
                                                            Expenditure Summary by Category

                                                                             Actual              Actual            Budgeted     Projected            Adopted
Object Code         Expenditures                                            FY 2006             FY 2007             FY 2008      FY 2008             FY 2009

1000/2999           Personnel Services                                    9,996,515         10,625,469            12,076,048   11,578,100         13,301,300
3000/3999           Contractual Services                                  2,859,769          2,680,267             2,815,543    2,908,900          3,990,000
4000/4999           Other Charges & Services                              3,731,106          4,057,353             7,382,440    6,950,668          7,644,900
5000/5399           Commodities                                           1,254,331          1,404,145             1,757,961    1,720,080          1,677,600
5400/5999           Other Operating Expense                                 120,629            177,616               187,354      153,215            278,900
6000/6999           Departmental Capital Outlay                             493,738            489,426                     -            -            364,100
8000/8999           Grants & Aids                                             5,000                  -                 5,000        4,000              5,000

                    Total Operating Expenditures                        18,461,088          19,434,276            24,224,346   23,314,963         27,261,800

6000/6999           Capital Improvement Program                             216,983              16,625              691,000            -             721,100
7000/7999           Debt Service/Reserves                                   102,519             986,860            2,915,943    2,893,674           1,507,800
9000/9999           Transfer                                              3,060,120           5,335,952              896,590      896,590             897,600

                    Total                                               21,840,710          25,773,714            28,727,879   27,105,227         30,388,300



                                               Utility Fund Expenditures By Category, $30,388,300
                                                      Debt Svc/Reserves
                                    Capital Improve         5.0%
                                         2.4%                        Transfer      Grants
                                                                       3.0%         0.0%
                     Dept. Capital Outlay
                            1.2%
               Oth. Operating Exp.
                      0.9%
            Commodities
               5.5%                                                                                     Personal Services
                                                                                                             43.8%



                                 Other Charges & Services
                                          25.2%
                                                                       Contractual Services
                                                                              13.1%




                                     The above chart shows the FY 2009 Projected Utility Fund Expenditures by Category



                                                             Utility Fund Expenditure Comparison

                          $16
                          $14           13.1
                          $12
                          $10
                                                                 8.0
                            $8
                            $6
                            $4                        3.4
                                                                                                                                2.7
                            $2                                             1.6                                           1.3
                                                                                      0.3                                                   0.9
                                                                                                  0.3       0.0
                            $0




                                                                                                                                FY 08       FY 09

                                   The following chart shows the comparison of Utility Fund revenues FY 08 to FY 09.
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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                                       FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                                       Utility Fund
                                             Personnel Summary by Department FTE'S (Full-time Equivalents)

                                                                                                 Actual         Actual          Budgeted      Projected     Adopted
                                  Department/Division                                           FY 2006        FY 2007           FY 2008       FY 2008      FY 2009

                                  Finance-Util Billing                                               7.5            7.5                8.5           8.5         8.5
                                  Engineering                                                       18.0           19.0               19.0          18.0        15.0
                                  Utilities                                                        120.5          119.5              121.5         138.0       139.0

                                  Total Employees                                                  146.0          146.0              149.0         164.5       162.5




                                                                         Total Positions by Department FY 2009




                                                                                                                                     139.0
                                                     Utilities
               Department




                                                                                15.0
                                                Engineering



                                                                          8.5
                                         Finance-Util Billing



                                                                 0          25            50           75      100        125        150     175


                                                                                   FTE (Full-time Equivalent)




                                                                                    Utility Fund
                                                                     Comparison of Number of Employees by Year


                                                    200.0
                                                                                                               164.50       162.50
            Number of Employees




                                                                       146.00          146.00         146.00
                                                    150.0


                                                    100.0


                                                     50.0


                                                     0.0
                                                             FY shows a summary of Utility Fund Employees Comparison by year.
                                                 The above chart 05     FY 06      FY 07      FY 08 Proj.  FY 09
                                                             Actual     Actual     Actual                  Prop.
                                                                                         Fiscal Year




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                                                             Utility Fund
                                                      Revenue Projections Fund 410

Revenue                                                           Actual       Actual    Budgeted     Projected     Adopted
Account           Account Description                            FY 2006      FY 2007     FY 2008      FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Licenses, Permits, Fees
322300            Engineering Permits *                                -            -            -      150,000      200,000
322315            Pretreatment Permit *                                -            -            -       25,000       11,500
323200            Communication (prior yr Pretreat Permit)         8,118        9,697        6,000            -            -
329100            Other (prior yr Engineer Permit)               379,973      206,705      197,090            -            -
                  Sub-Total                                      388,092      216,401      203,090            -      211,500

                  Intergovernmental Revenues
331512            Federal Grt-FEMA-Hurricane Wilma               170,926             -            -            -            -
                  Sub-Total                                      170,926             -            -            -            -

                  Charges for Services
343312            Water Sales-City Wide                         8,852,560    8,613,779   10,448,390    9,500,000   11,175,000
343313            New Account Fees                                 61,744       67,263       60,000       55,000       10,000
343314            Delinquent Service Charges                      294,525      469,644      400,000      550,000      440,000
343315            Other Service Charges                           260,855      329,792      300,000      395,000      333,000
343316            Water Sales-West Base Facilities                 76,124       64,070       57,180       57,000       57,200
343317-20         New Property-Res&Com/Multi/Comm                  12,978        7,315        5,000        4,500        5,000
343321            Meter Purchase                                  294,668      277,325      350,000      200,000       90,000
343322-23         Termination Fee/Turn-on                               -            -            -        4,000        6,000
343511            Wastewater Sales-City Wide                   12,455,582   12,446,176   15,032,639   13,000,000   15,879,200
343512            Wastewater-Broward                               95,953       97,269       97,178       97,000       97,200
343515            Wastewater-W. Base Facilities                   114,377       56,746       85,108       85,000       85,200
343950            Stormwater Fees                               1,159,920    1,196,029    1,379,794    1,600,000    1,832,100
                  Sub-Total                                    23,679,285   23,625,408   28,215,289   25,547,500   30,009,900

                  Miscellaneous Revenues
361100/800        Interest on Investment                         183,069      130,740       50,000       26,000       50,000
363800            Laboratory Testing Fee                           1,642        4,365        3,000        2,700        6,400
363900            Backflow                                        25,290       68,940       56,000       55,000       60,000
364420            Insurance Recoveries                           455,393            -            -            -            -
369900/369910     Miscellaneous Revenues                          25,255        3,183          500            -          500
                  Sub-Total                                      690,649      207,228      109,500       83,700      116,900

                  Other Source
381157            Transfer from Bond Constr. Fund                416,895      287,652      100,000             -      50,000
381158            Transfer from Pk. Dev. Fund                    150,000      287,651            -             -           -
381160            Transfer from PS CIP-Fire                            -      150,000      100,000             -           -
384100            Bond Proceeds                                                                       46,040,000           -
399900            Appropriation of Reserve                             -            -            -             -           -
                  Sub-Total                                      566,895      725,303      200,000    46,040,000      50,000


                  Total                                        25,495,847   24,774,340   28,727,879   71,671,200   30,388,300




                  * New account created in FY 2008




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                                                                         Utility Fund
                                                           Revenue Projection Rationale

322300            ENGINEERING PERMITS: This fee is for the costs associated with the installation of water, sewer, paving and drainage in order to
                  recoup the cost of required regulatory review, comment and other services of the Community Development and PW/Util departments.
                  These fees are also set by ordinance. This amount is based on current year projections, with half the revenues being recognized in
                  General Fund.
                  Total                                                       $200,000

322315            PRETREATMENT PERMITS: This is for permit for industrial wastewater pretreatment, prior to discharge into our sanitary sewage
                  system.
                  Total                                        $11,500

343312            WATER SALES: Revenues in this category are derived directly from those users serviced by the City's water plants. In accordance with
                  the requirements of the City's Bond Issue as well as good business principles, revenues for Water and Sewer Fund must be of a sufficient
                  amount in order to pay for the operating and maintenance expenses of the utility operation.

                  Total                                                   $11,175,000




                                             Water Sales


                                                                                                       Fiscal Year      Water Sales         % Change
  $15,000,000
                                                                                                          2004               6,774,104         -
  $12,000,000                                                                            11,175,000       2005               8,534,590        26.0%
                                                                           9,500,000                      2006               8,852,560        3.7%
                                               8,852,560
                                 8,534,590                   8,613,779
   $9,000,000                                                                                             2007               8,613,779        -2.7%
                    6,774,104
                                                                                                         2008*               9,500,000        10.3%
   $6,000,000
   $6 000 000
                                                                                                         2009*             11,175,000         17.6%
                  NEW ACCOUNT FEE: The revenue in this
   $3,000,000
                                                                                                       * Projected
            $0
                  Total
                 FY 04          FY 05         FY 06        FY 07          FY 08 $10,000 FY 09
                 Actual         Actual        Actual       Actual          Proj          Proj




343313            NEW ACCOUNT FEE: Revenues in this category are derived from charges for opening a new utility account. Projections for this year are
                  based on estimates of building permits.

                  Total                                                       $10,000

343314            DELINQUENT SERVICE CHARGE: Service Charges related to past due utility bills.

                  Total                                                      $440,000

343315            OTHER SERVICE CHARGE: The revenue in this category is derived from Broward County Special Areas Ad Val Taxes for sewer service
                  charge west-reserve capacity.

                  Total                                                      $333,000

343316            WATER SALES-WEST BASE FACILITIES: The revenue in this category is derived from Broward County Special Area Ad Val Taxes for
                  water west, base facilities

                  Total                                                       $57,200

343317-20         NEW PROPERTY-RES/MULTI/COMM/COMM MULTI: The revenue in this category is from a one time set up fee for utility billing.

                  Total                                                          5,000

343321            METER PURCHASE: This revenue relates to the purchase of water meters by utility users.

                  Total                                                         90,000

343322-23         TERMINATION FEE/TURN-ON: The revenue in this category relates to the costs involved in terminating or turning-on utility service.

                  Total                                                          6,000
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                                                                                    Utility Fund
                                                                      Revenue Projection Rationale
343511-12,15          SEWER SERVICE CHARGES: Revenues in this category are derived from the charges for sewage transmitted to and treated at the
                      City's wastewater treatment plant and the City of Hollywood's plant as part of the large user process. The basis for the quantity of sewage
                      charged to each of the City's users is the level of the consumption of water. In accordance with the requirements of the City's Bond Issue
                      as well as good business principles, in that, revenues for Water and Sewer fund must be of a sufficient amount in order to pay for the
                      operating and maintenance expenses of the utility operation.
                      Total                                                          $15,976,400



                                                   Sewer Sales

     $20,000,000                                                                                                                        Sewer
                                                                                                          15,976,400    Fiscal Year     Sales        % Change
                                                                                                                           2004          9,745,470     0.0%
     $15,000,000                                                         12,543,444      13,097,000
                                           11,459,213
                                                           12,551,535                                                      2005         11,459,213    17.6%
                         9,745,470                                                                                         2006         12,551,535     9.5%
     $10,000,000                                                                                                           2007         12,543,444    -0.1%
                                                                                                                           2008*        13,097,000     4.4%
                                                                                                                           2009*        15,976,400    22.0%
      $5,000,000

                                                                                                                        * Projected
               $0
                       FY 04              FY 05           FY 06         FY 07         FY 08 Proj      FY 09      Proj
                       Actual             Actual          Actual        Actual




343950                STORMWATER FEES: Fees collected from monthly billings to residents and commercial entities. These funds are restricted for use on
                      Stormwater related projects. A .50 per ERC increase were approved beginning July 1, 2006 and for each year on October 1st for 2007,
                      2008, 2009, and 2010.

                      Total                                                           $1,832,100



                                             Stormwater Fees

                                                                                                                                      Stormwater
                                                                                                                        Fiscal Year      Sales       % Change
         $3,000,000                                                                                                        2004          1,024,708       -
                                                                                                                           2005          1,046,474     2.1%
                                                                                                     1,832,100
         $2,000,000                                                                   1,600,000                            2006          1,159,920    10.8%
                                             1,046,474    1,159,920     1,196,029                                          2007          1,196,029     3.1%
                              1,024,708
                                                                                                                           2008*         1,600,000    33.8%
         $1,000,000                                                                                                        2009*         1,832,100    14.5%


                $0                                                                                                      * Projected

                        FY 04             FY 05          FY 06        FY 07         FY 08         FY 09
                        Actual            Actual         Actual       Actual         Proj          Proj




361100                INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS: Investment practices are maintained to allow for 100% of available funds to be invested at all times.
                      Determining factors in forecasting revenue for this line item are the anticipated interest rate and pooled dollars available for investment.
                      Anticipated revenues for FY 2009 are the basis of the forecast for FY 2008.

                      Total                                                               $50,000

363800                LABORATORY TESTING FEE: This revenue is derived from new developments for water quality testing.

                      Total                                                                 $6,400

363900                BACKFLOW: This revenue is derived from back-flows that needs annual re-certifications.

                      Total                                                               $60,000

369900/369910         MISC. REVENUES: This revenue is to account for revenues not accounted elsewhere.

                      Total                                                                   $500
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                 City of Miramar
                 Financial Services Department
                                                                    Assistant City Manager /                                                   Process
                                                                                                                                               P
                                                                     Chief Financial Officer                    Internal Auditor              Compliance
                                                                                                                                               Manager


                                                                   Director of Financial Services
                             Executive Assistant                                                                    Special Projects      Treasurer /
                               to the Director                                                      Grant             Coordinator      Retirement Center
                                                                                                  Coordinator                               Manager


                                                                                                                                            Asst.
Assistant Director of                                                                                   Assistant Director of             Treasurer
Financial Services -                                                                                     Financial Services
      Budget
                                                                                                                                         HR Analyst I


                                  Chief Accountant

                                                                      Accounting Manager,                  Accounting                   Utility Billing
                                                                     Receipts / Fixed Assets             Manager, Payroll                Manager


Senior Budget             Senior            Accounts Payable                                               Senior Payroll                Utility Billing
   Analyst              Accountant             Supervisor                                                    Specialist                  Supervisor
                                                                         Head
                                                                        Cashier
                                                    Account                                                                              Utility Billing
Capital Budget &        Accountant I               Clerk III (2)                                                Account
                                                                                                                                          p
                                                                                                                                         Specialist II
 Position Control                                                                          Business              Clerk I
                                                                       Account               Tax
    Manager                                         Account           Clerk II (2)         Specialist                                      Account
                        I.T. Finance               Clerk II (2)
                        Coordinator                                                                                                         Clerk I
                                                     Account            Account
                                                      Clerk I          Clerk I (4)                                                         Account
                        Fixed Asset                                                                                                         Clerk
                                                                                                                                            Cl k I
                        Accountant II           Accounting
                                              Records Clerk (4)
                                                                                                                                           Account
                          Financial                                                                                                         Clerk I
                         Analyst (2)
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                      FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                  Financial Services - Utility Billing
Mission

       To provide all residents of Miramar with superior customer service and easy accessibility to all Public Works and Utilities
       Services available.

Overview

Utility Billing is responsible for water billing, sewer, sanitation and recycling services and is administered by the Financial Services
Department.
Utility bills consist of charges for the municipal services of water, sewer, storm water, sanitation and utility tax, and are mailed out
on a monthly basis. Owners and occupants of residences in Miramar are required by the City Code to have Garbage Collection
Service which is collected twice a week on a regular schedule.


To begin water and sewer services, a new home or property owner need to submit a copy of their closing or settlement statement
along with the payment of a $87.50 deposit. To begin services on a rental property, a copy of the current lease need to be submitted
along with a $132.50 deposit.


If a tenant becomes an owner of the house being rented, the deposit can be reduced from the $132.50 to the lower deposit of
$87.50, if the customer advises the Utility Billing Division of the change and provides proof of the purchase.

This division is comprised of one (1) accounting division with a complement of 8.5 budgeted positions. The major program services
provided by this division is detailed in the Financial Services Department section.


Accomplishments FY 2008

  ■    Implemented automated telephone system for utility bill payment

Budget Highlights/Service Levels Changes

Information for this program is in Finance Revenue and Collection Program.




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                                                   Financial Services-Utility Billing

                                               Expenditure & Summary by Category/Division

                                                                   Actual        Actual    Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Expenditures                                    FY 2006       FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

1000/2999         Personnel Services                              367,306       407,311     523,615     533,900      539,900
3000/3999         Contractual Services                             73,347        95,824      75,550     209,500      211,500
4000/4999         Other Charges & Services                        223,088       279,642     262,437     251,345      315,300
5000/5399         Commodities                                       9,923         7,384      11,200      10,600       10,700
5400/5999         Other Operating Expense                           4,845        10,335       9,150       9,450       13,300
6000/6999         Departmental Capital Outlay                           -             -           -           -            -
8000/8999         Grants & Aids                                         -             -           -           -            -

                  Total                                           678,508       800,495     881,952    1,014,795    1,090,700

Division
Number            Division

140               Utility Billing                                 678,508       800,495     881,952    1,014,795    1,090,700


                  Total                                           678,508       800,495     881,952    1,014,795    1,090,700

                  Total Positions                                        7.5        7.5         8.5          8.5          8.5




                                                     Summary of Personnel by Position

                                                                    Actual        Actual   Budgeted     Projected    Adopted
                  Position                                         FY 2006       FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Billing Clerk I                                           2          -           -            -            -
                  Billing Clerk II                                          1          -           -            -            -
                  Billing Clerk I P/T                                     0.5          -           -            -            -
                  Customer Service Clerk I                                  2          -           -            -            -
                  Customer Service Clerk II                                 1          -           -            -            -
                  Senior Utility Billing Specialist                         -          1           1            1            1
                  Utility Billing Manager                                   -          1           1            1            1
                  Utility Billing Special Projects Coordinator              -          -           1            1            1
                  Utility Billing Specialist I                              -          3           3            3            3
                  Utility Billing Specialist I P/T                          -        0.5         0.5          0.5          0.5
                  Utility Billing Specialist II                             -          2           2            2            2
                  Utility Billing Supervisor                                1          -           -            -            -

                                       Total                             7.5         7.5         8.5          8.5          8.5




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                                                Financial Services-Utility Billing
                                                        Expenditure Budget
                                                          410-10-140-513

                                                                Actual        Actual   Budgeted   Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                          FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008    FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                           239,117        273,083    366,722    366,800      359,200
1400              Overtime                                     15,064         10,015      5,500     10,000       10,000
2100              FICA                                         17,896         19,785     23,190     28,800       27,500
2210              Pension-General                              28,079         31,685     37,001     37,000       50,600
2240              Pension-ICMA                                  6,962          7,116      7,509      7,500        7,500
2300              Health-Cafeteria/Wellness                         -            257          -          -            -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                       33,642         35,900     48,770     48,800       49,300
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                       23,095         26,674     32,109     32,100       32,500
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                   1,722            980      2,051      2,100        2,200
2400              Worker's Comp                                 1,728          1,816        763        800        1,100
                  Sub-Total                                   367,306        407,311    523,615    533,900      539,900

                  Contractual Services
3190              Prof. Services-Other                         31,871         33,499     33,500    159,500      159,500
3200              Prof. Services-Auditors                      32,764         36,000     32,000     38,000       40,000
3999              Temporary Help                                8,712         26,325     10,050     12,000       12,000
                  Sub-Total                                    73,347         95,824     75,550    209,500      211,500

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                               603            788      2,500      2,000        3,500
4100              Communication Services                        1,237          2,497      1,250      2,500        2,500
4200              Postage                                     127,864        167,322    130,500    130,500      140,000
4300              Utilities                                     3,080          1,548          -      2,000        2,000
4400              Leased Equipment                             32,105         47,543     45,892      4,000       40,000
4404              Lease-Computers                                 633              -          -          -            -
4440              Copy Machine Costs                            9,069         14,998      7,950     36,000       36,000
4500              Insurance                                     5,791          8,687     32,845     32,845       42,300
4660              R &M Computers                               24,000         10,390     15,500     15,500            -
4700              Printing & Binding                           18,706         25,869     26,000     26,000       26,000
4920              License Fees                                      -              -          -          -       23,000
                  Sub-Total                                   223,088        279,642    262,437    251,345      315,300

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                               3,969          5,080      5,200      5,100        5,200
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                   2,024            860      2,500      2,000        2,000
5290              Operating Supplies                            3,930          1,444      3,500      3,500        3,500
                  Sub-Total                                     9,923          7,384     11,200     10,600       10,700

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                    48            124        100        200          200
5440              Tuition Assistance                            4,626          4,055      5,000      4,500        5,000
5450              Training                                         22          5,756      3,800      4,500        7,800
5900              Contingency                                     149            400        250        250          300
                  Sub-Total                                     4,845         10,335      9,150      9,450       13,300


                  Total                                       678,508        800,495    881,952   1,014,795    1,090,700




                                                               387
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                      FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                Financial Services-Utility Billing
                                                             Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

1400              OVERTIME: Anticipated salary increase have a direct effect on overtime funds required. Overtime is necessary to meet budget and
                  annual audit deadlines, and when new programming applications are being performed on the computer.

                  Total                                                  $10,000

3190              PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-OTHER: Costs associated with this line item are for service contracts for lockbox-26,000, ACH, and
                  Pentamation upgrade-community plus (7,500.)

                  Total                                                 $159,500

3200              PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-AUDITORS: This line item represents 40% of the cost of the City's annual year-end financial audit by the
                  City's outside auditors. The remaining 60% is budgeted in the General Fund.

                  Total                                                  $40,000

3999              TEMPORARY HELP: To provide additional clerical staff during extended employee absences.

                  Total                                                  $12,000

4001              TRAVEL & PER DIEM: To provide funds for attending related supervisory, customer service trainings, UB annual conference, various
                  Florida UB CSR conference and Pentamation conference.

                  Total                                                   $3,500

4100              COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES: Allocated costs for telephone services.

                  Total                                                   $2,500

4200              POSTAGE: Due to the utilization of the lockbox system to process utility billing payments, postage will increase .112 per piece to
                  presorted post card rate per ounce. Approximately 31,500 bills are mailed out monthly and postage has increased.

                  Total                                                 $140,000

4400              LEASED EQUIPMENT: This is for leased Pitney Bowes folder, inserter mailing machine, and Planet Press software for utility billing
                  creation and mail cleansing.

                  Total                                                  $40,000

4440              COPY MACHINE COSTS: Allocated costs for copier rental, toner, and paper. Toner is only purchase if exceed allotted meter amount.

                  Total                                                  $36,000

4500              INSURANCE: Expenditures for property and liability insurance.

                  Total                                                  $42,300

4700              PRINTING & BINDING: Funds to print monthly utility bills, late notices, special envelopes and a new resident brochure.

                  Total                                                  $26,000

4920              LICENSE FEES: Fees relating to professional licenses upkeep and computer software licenses.

                  Total                                                  $23,000

5100              OFFICE SUPPLIES: Cost associated with miscellaneous office supplies such as pens, pencils etc. to conduct the operation of the office.


                  Total                                                   $5,200


5120              COMPUTER OPERATING SUPPLIES: Costs associated with this line are computer paper, toner cartridges, and software for utility
                  printing and folding machine.


                  Total                                                   $2,000


                                                                        388
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                   FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                Financial Services-Utility Billing
                                                            Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

5290              OPERATING SUPPLIES: Costs include equipment with a unit cost less than 200, such as calculators or small filing cabinets.


                  Total                                                  $3,500


5410              SUBSCRIPTIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS: For memberships in Dade/Broward Government Finance Officers Association and Florida
                  Chapter of American Water Works Association.


                  Total                                                    $200


5440              TUITION ASSISTANCE: Tuition reimbursements or career credits for employees currently attending school or training, based on average
                  State of Florida University credit hour costs.


                  Total                                                  $5,000


5450              TRAINING: Ongoing staff development costs for employees such as Word, Excel, Access, Windows, PowerPoint, Customer Service and
                  State Conferences.


                  Total                                                  $7,800


5900              CONTINGENCY: Funding for unexpected occurrences.


                  Total                                                    $300




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Engineering
                City of Miramar
                Engineering Services Department

                                          City Manager


                                      Assistant City Manager



City Engineer                                Director                                Exec. Asst. to Director


             Civil Engineer III (2)                                                                Admin. Sec. II (1)
                                                          Project Manager II
                Civil Engineer II


                                                         Project Administrator I
                                                            j

        Eng. Inspector III
                                                        Project Administrator II
      Eng. Inspector II (3)

                                                        Operations Systems Manager
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                             Engineering Services
Mission

      To implement and support administration of infrastructure, transportation facilities, interdepartmental capital
      improvements; and public/private development, through technology and sound engineering principles; and provide
      a high level of sustainable customer service to the residents and business establishments of the City of Miramar.

Overview

The Engineering Services Department handles the traffic engineering planning for present and future roads within the City; new
development project infrastructure needs and requirements; inspections of new developments to ensure compliance with City
standards; and Municipal Capital Improvement Projects.

This department is comprised of two (2) accounting divisions: Development Management and Construction Management with a
complement of 15 budgeted positions. The three (3) major program services provided by this department which are detailed within
are as f ll
       follows:

      Development Management Permit
      Construction Management
      Inspection Services

Accomplishments FY 2008

  ■   Completed the following projects; Monarch Lakes Drainage Improvements, East Miramar Water Main Improvements.
      Construction of the following large projects started and about 80% complete; Ansin Sports Complex, Cultural Arts Center and
      Miramar Regional Multi Service Center.
  ■   Implemented Traffic Signalization Funding and Construction program for intersections locations not covered under the
      Broward program.
  ■   Coordinated with Broward County Traffic Engineering and Developers for the construction of Traffic Signals at the following
                           g                                  g
      intersections; Flamingo Road and Somerset Blvd, Flamingo Road and Silver Falls Blvd, and Lakeside Drive and SW 148th Ave.



Budget Highlights/Service Levels Changes

Transferred out the Construction Engineer Superintendent to Utilities Department.
Deleted 1 Administrative Secretary II and Traffic Engineer.




                                                               391
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                           Engineering Services

                                             Expenditure & Summary by Category/Division

                                                                    Actual        Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Expenditures                                     FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

1000/2999         Personnel Services                             1,554,169     1,590,472   1,878,154   1,878,200    1,553,100
3000/3999         Contractual Services                               1,691         3,207      12,400       6,000       37,400
4000/4999         Other Charges & Services                          53,492        51,394     108,528     102,600      127,000
5000/5399         Commodities                                       17,254        25,495      34,173      25,900       28,600
5400/5999         Other Operating Expense                           10,624        10,194      24,440       8,165       25,100
6000/6999         Departmental Capital Outlay                       11,808         6,206           -           -            -
8000/8999         Grants & Aids                                          -             -           -           -            -

                  Total                                          1,649,038     1,686,968   2,057,695   2,020,865    1,771,200

Division
Number            Division

550               Development Management                         1,141,893     1,083,113   1,430,019   1,406,665    1,096,500
555               Construction Management                          507,145       603,855     627,676     614,200      674,700

                  Total                                          1,649,038     1,686,968   2,057,695   2,020,865    1,771,200

                  Total Positions                                     18.0          19.0        19.0        18.0         15.0




                                             Summary of Personnel by Division and Position

                                                                    Actual        Actual   Budgeted    Projected    Adopted
                  Position                                         FY 2006       FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2008     FY 2009

                  Development Management                              12.0          12.0        13.0        12.0          9.0
                  Construction Management                                6.0         7.0         6.0         6.0          6.0

                  Total                                               18.0          19.0        19.0        18.0         15.0


                  Position

                  Administrative Secretary II                             1            2           2           2            1
                  CADD Drafter                                            1            -           -           -            -
                  City Engineer                                           1            1           1           1            1
                  Civil Engineer II                                       1            1           1           1            1
                  Civil Engineer III                                      2            2           2           2            2
                  Construction Engineer Superintendent                    1            1           1           1            -
                  Design Architect                                        1            -           -           -            -
                  Development Engineer                                    1            1           1           -            -
                  Director of Engineering Svcs                            1            1           1           1            1
                  Engineer Inspector II                                   3            3           3           3            3
                  Engineer Inspector III                                  1            1           1           1            1
                  Executive Asst. to the Director                         1            1           1           1            1
                  Facilities Design & Operations Manager                   -           1           -           -            -
                  Operations System Manager                                -           -           1           1            1
                  Project Administrator                                   1            1           1           1            1
                  Project Administrator II                                 -           -           -           1            1
                  Project Manager II                                      1            2           2           1            1
                  Traffic Engineer                                        1            1           1           1            -

                  Total                                               18.0          19.0        19.0        18.0         15.0




                                                                   392
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                            FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                   Engineering Services - Development Management Permit

Program Description
The Development Management permit program reviews development designs and plans, issues permits, and provides construction
inspection services for water, sewer, drainage and roadway improvements on construction projects performed by developers, their
agents and public utilities' contractors. This division is an integral component of the City's Development Review Process; to review,
inspect and approve a development project's infrastructure, including traffic improvements, internal circulation, and overall strategy
for acceptance by the City.


Goals
              ■        Provide administrative/technical support in the review of all engineering plans submitted for the Development
                       Review Committee (DRC) to meet the established deadlines 95% of the time.
              ■        Manage and facilitate the permits and plans review of all final engineering plans and all schematic engineering
                       plans within the time stipulation agreed upon at the time of submittal.
              ■        Negotiate water, sewer, park land developers agreements and collect impact fees.

Staff
A total of 2 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                     FY 07           FY 08         FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                        Cross-Program*       Actual         Budget        Budget        % Change
Civil Engineer III                                                     -               2               2             2             0.0%
Administrative Secretary II                                            -               1               1             -           -100.0%
Development Engineer                                                   -               1               1             -           -100.0%
Traffic Engineer                                                       -               1               1             -           -100.0%
Total                                                                  -               5               5             2            -60.0%
              * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                       Personnel Services                                        $    1,025,166 $     478,404 $     176,531      -63.1%
                       Services Contracted Out                                            2,750         8,400         8,400       0.0%
                       Operating Expenses                                                52,795        11,150         2,732      -75.5%
                       Capital Expenses                                                   2,402              -             -        -
                       Total                                                     $    1,083,113 $     497,954 $     187,663      -62.3%

                       Dedicated Revenues                         Account #
                       Engineering Permits                      329100/322300    $     210,325 $      190,000 $     400,000      110.5%



Performance Measures                                                                 FY 07           FY 08         FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                     Actual         Budget        Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
Final Engineering Plans reviewed                                                      276            280           220           -21.4%
Schematic Plans reviewed (DRC)                                                        139            135           120           -11.1%


Efficiency Measures
Average # of days to complete review of DRC                                           1.5            1.5           1.5            0.0%
Average # of days to investigate/respond to traffic related complaints                 2              2             2             0.0%
Average # of days to complete review of engineering permit                             3              3             3             0.0%
% of plans reviewed within time frame                                                 90%            90%           90%            0.0%


Effectiveness Measures
Maintain resident satisfaction with traffic issues resolution                         85%            85%           85%            0.0%




                                                                         393
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                         FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                        Engineering Services - Construction Management

Program Description
The Construction Management program provides architectural/engineering design, coordination, procurement contract
administration and construction management services to assure cost effective project delivery for public infrastructure and
municipal facilities. This division is primarily involved with Capital Improvement Program projects exceeding 250,000 in construction
costs.
Goals
            ■        Provide design, coordination, contract administration, project management and technical services for municipal
                     Capital Improvement Program projects.
            ■        Provide architectural support services for proposed municipal facilities and for remodeling and renovating
                     existing public facilities.
            ■        Provide cost-effective professional architectural and engineering contract administration and project management
                     services to deliver Capital Improvement Program projects on time and within budget.

Staff
A total of 6 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                  FY 07          FY 08          FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                     Cross-Program*       Actual        Budget         Budget         % Change
Project Manager II                                                  -               2              1              1              0.0%
Project Administrator II                                            -               1              1              1              0.0%
Administrative Secretary II                                         -               1              1              1              0.0%
Civil Engineer II (Intern)                                          -               1              1              1              0.0%
Construction Engineer Superintendent                               0.5              -             0.5             -              0.0%
Operations System Manager                                           -               -              1              1              0.0%
Total                                                              0.5              5             5.5             5             -9.1%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                       $     565,306 $      572,614 $      594,397       3.8%
                     Services Contracted Out                                            457          4,000          4,000       0.0%
                     Operating Expenses                                              34,287         21,631         24,866       15.0%
                     Capital Expenses                                                 3,805               -              -        -
                     Total                                                    $     603,855 $      598,245 $      623,263       4.2%

                     Dedicated Revenues                        Account #
                     None                                          -



Performance Measures                                                              FY 07          FY 08          FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                  Actual        Budget         Budget         % Change
Workload Indicators
Number of projects completed/total cost                                           3/12M         5/24.5M        6/49.5M         202.0%


Efficiency Measures
Consultant Design Services as a % of project cost                                 4.6%           3.3%           2.7%           -18.2%
Consultant Project Management as a % of project cost                              1.4%           0.9%           1.1%            22.2%


Effectiveness Measures
% of projects completed on time                                                    33%           80%            100%            25.0%
% of projects completed within budget                                             100%           100%           100%            0.0%




                                                                    394
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                               FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                             Engineering Services - Inspection Services

Program Description
The Inspection Services program provides infrastructure inspections for all roadway, drainage, water, sewer, land development
work performed by Developers and public utility contractors. They coordinate turn over of privately built infrastructure to the City's
Public Works and Utilities. The Program provides daily inspections to record progress, control quality and coordinate construction
issues resolution with Project Managers on all City Capital Improvement projects.

Goals
           ■        Provide inspection services to ensure quality and long-term service life for all public/private infrastructure installed
                    by private developers.
           ■        Conduct all field inspections for Certificates of Occupancy on the established appointment date and time.
           ■        Report daily progress, provide quality control and minimize construction issues on all City Capital Improvement
                    projects.

Staff
A total of 4 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                 FY 07              FY 08             FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                    Cross-Program*       Actual            Budget            Budget         % Change
Engineer Inspector II                                                              3                  3                 3              0.0%
Engineer Inspector III                                                             1                  1                 1              0.0%
Construction Engineer Superintendent                               1               1                 0.5                -            -100.0%
Total                                                              1               5                 4.5                4             -11.1%
           * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                    Personnel Services                                                    -   $        345,523 $        311,603       -9.8%
                    Services Contracted Out                                               -                   -                -         -
                    Operating Expenses                                                    -             24,529           25,646        4.6%
                    Capital Expenses                                                      -                  -                 -         -
                    Total                                                    $            -   $        370,052 $        337,249       -8.9%

                    Dedicated Revenues                         Account #
                    None                                           -



Performance Measures                                                             FY 07              FY 08             FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                 Actual            Budget            Budget         % Change
Workload Indicators
Daily progress inspections                                                        7,750             5,532             5,600           1.2%
Final Certificate of Occupancy inspections                                          619               87               90             3.4%
Number of Capital projects/total cost                                                -             5/24.5M           6/49.5M         202.0%


Efficiency Measures
Daily inspections per FTE per day                                                    -               4.8               4.8            0.0%


Effectiveness Measures
Value of CIP under construction per FTE                                              -            $5,400,000       $11,000,000       103.7%




                                                                    395
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                         FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                 Engineering Services-Development Management
                                                     Expenditure Budget
                                                       410-50-550-536

                                                             Actual        Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                       FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                         758,810       750,345     916,598     916,600     657,100
1400              Overtime                                      482           224           -           -           -
2100              FICA                                       55,010        54,805      70,120      70,100      48,700
2210              Pension-General                            30,395        33,644      49,764      49,800      34,800
2240              Pension-ICMA                               60,787        40,101      76,059      76,100      35,800
2280              Pension-Management                         30,545        11,663      56,489      56,500      71,500
2300              Health - Cafeteria Plan/Wellness            7,791         9,275      11,537      11,500       6,600
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                     87,299        69,238     104,967     105,000      84,400
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                      8,442        18,210      27,054      27,100      21,900
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                 5,859         3,388       7,293       7,300       4,400
2400              Worker's Comp                              32,330        34,274      12,812      12,800       8,900
                  Sub-Total                               1,077,750     1,025,166   1,332,693   1,332,800     974,100

                  Contractual Services
3110              Prof. Services-Engineering                   974         2,750       6,400         600       31,400
3999              Temporary Help                                 -             -       2,000       2,600        2,000
                  Sub-Total                                    974         2,750       8,400       3,200       33,400

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                            817           538       1,150           -          600
4040              Administrative Expense                        42             -         300           -          300
4100              Communication Services                     7,244         6,334      16,860      16,900        7,700
4200              Postage                                      475           404         600         200          600
4440              Copy Machine Costs                         4,929         4,683       7,460       7,500        9,100
4500              Insurance                                  2,113         3,170      11,986      12,000       15,400
4610              R&M Vehicles                              14,867        10,275      10,000      10,000       15,600
4650              R&M Office Equipment                       2,454         1,800       2,650       2,000        2,900
4700              Printing & Binding                           830           346         888         500        2,700
                  Sub-Total                                 33,771        27,550      51,894      49,100       54,900

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                            1,871         1,786       1,940       1,940        1,900
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                1,393         1,093       2,439       2,400        2,200
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                            7,380         6,634       8,960       8,960        8,700
5240              Uniforms                                   1,299           969       1,478       1,400        1,000
5250              Furniture & Equipment                          -         7,518       4,000       1,000          600
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                    1,700           234         500         100          500
5262              Drafting Supplies                              -             -         500         100          400
5290              Operating Supplies                             -             -         500         500          500
                  Sub-Total                                 13,644        18,234      20,317      16,400       15,800

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships              1,189         3,962       2,665       2,665        2,100
5440              Tuition Assistance                         4,500             -       7,000       1,000       11,500
5450              Training                                   1,775         1,924       6,550       1,500        4,200
5900              Contingency                                  253         1,126         500           -          500
                  Sub-Total                                  7,717         7,012      16,715       5,165       18,300

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6250              Vehicle Purchase                               -             -            -           -            -
6470              Computer Equipment                         8,038         2,402            -           -            -
                  Sub-Total                                  8,038         2,402            -           -            -


                  Total                                   1,141,893     1,083,113   1,430,019   1,406,665    1,096,500




                                                            396
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                        FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                  Engineering Services-Construction Management
                                                     Expenditure Budget
                                                       410-50-555-536

                                                             Actual         Actual   Budgeted   Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                       FY 2006        FY 2007    FY 2008    FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                        327,382        402,252    363,519    363,500      384,900
1400              Overtime                                   1,801            241          -          -            -
2100              FICA                                      23,807         30,116     27,809     27,800       29,400
2210              Pension-General                           21,377         24,658     29,487     29,500       32,600
2240              Pension-ICMA                              25,533         25,109     23,103     23,100       17,300
2280              Pension-Management                         4,296          9,268     12,888     12,900       28,700
2300              Health - Cafeteria Plan/Wellness               -          3,153          -          -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                    40,016         36,665     78,174     78,200       79,100
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                     9,850         10,805          -          -            -
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                2,644          1,806      2,748      2,700        2,600
2400              Worker's Comp                             19,714         21,231      7,733      7,700        4,400
                  Sub-Total                                476,419        565,306    545,461    545,400      579,000

                  Contractual Services
3110              Prof. Services-Engineering                  717            457       2,000        600        2,000
3999              Temporary Help                                -              -       2,000      2,200        2,000
                  Sub-Total                                   717            457       4,000      2,800        4,000

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                              -            454      1,150          -          800
4100              Communication Services                     2,306          3,386      5,520      5,500        5,300
4200              Postage                                      867            953      1,000        300        1,000
4440              Copy Machine Costs                         4,929          4,683      7,268      7,300        8,800
4500              Insurance                                  5,028          7,542     28,516     28,500       36,700
4610              R&M Vehicles                               5,851          6,113     11,183     11,200       15,600
4650              R&M Office Equipment                         500            114        500        300          800
4700              Printing & Binding                           240            599        737        400        2,600
4920              License/Permit Fees                            -              -        460          -          500
4990              Other Expense                                  -              -        300          -            -
                  Sub-Total                                 19,722         23,844     56,634     53,500       72,100

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                            1,305          1,364      1,555      1,600        1,600
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                  658            438      1,240      1,200        1,600
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                              725          1,952      5,720      5,700        7,800
5240              Uniforms                                     714            546        888        800          900
5250              Furniture & Equipment                          -          2,962      1,500          -            -
5262              Drafting Supplies                              -              -        453        200          400
5290              Operating Supplies                           208              -      2,500          -          500
                  Sub-Total                                  3,610          7,261     13,856      9,500       12,800

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships              1,178          1,511      2,455      2,500        1,100
5440              Tuition Assistance                         1,431          1,098      2,500          -        2,500
5450              Training                                     298              -      2,270        500        2,700
5900              Contingency                                    -            573        500          -          500
                  Sub-Total                                  2,907          3,182      7,725      3,000        6,800

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6250              Vehicle Purchase                               -              -          -           -           -
6470              Computer Equipment                         3,770          3,805          -           -           -
                  Sub-Total                                  3,770          3,805          -           -           -


                  Total                                    507,145        603,855    627,676    614,200      674,700




                                                            397
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                  FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                        Engineering Services
                                                            Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

3110              PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-ENGINEERING: Funding for Engineering Services required for the following reasons: (1) Boundary surveys
                  & traffic studies (2) topographic surveys (3) soil testing (4) environmental studies (5) engineering studies.


                  Development Management                               $31,400
                  Construction Management                                2,000
                  Total                                                $33,400

3999              TEMPORARY HELP: Temporary services from outside agencies.

                  Development Management                                 $2,000
                  Construction Management                                 2,000
                  Total                                                  $4,000

4001              TRAVEL AND PER DIEM: This represents funding for air fare, tolls, hotel accommodations and per diem related to seminars and training
                  programs.


                  Development Management                                  $600
                  Construction Management                                   800
                  Total                                                  $1,400

4040              ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE: Expenses incurred sponsoring meetings related to the City Manager, Public Hearings, Regulatory Agency
                  visits, etc.

                  Total Development Management                            $300

4100              COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES: Bell South, AT&T, 3 cell phones, and 6 PTT radios expense.

                  Development Management                                $7,700
                  Construction Management                                5,300
                  Total                                                $13,000

4200              POSTAGE: Regular and bulk mailings, FedEx and UPS delivery .

                  Development Management                                   $600
                  Construction Management                                 1,000
                  Total                                                  $1,600

4440              COPY MACHINE COSTS: Expenditures for copy machine and related costs.

                  Development Management                                $9,100
                  Construction Management                                8,800
                  Total                                                $17,900

4500              INSURANCE: Expenditures for property and liability insurance.

                  Development Management                               $15,400
                  Construction Management                               36,700
                  Total                                                $52,100

4610              R&M-VEHICLES: Cost of vehicle maintenance.

                  Development Management                               $15,600
                  Construction Management                               15,600
                  Total                                                $31,200

4650              R&M-OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Repair of miscellaneous office related equipment.

                  Development Management                                 $2,900
                  Construction Management                                   800
                  Total                                                  $3,700




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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                   FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                         Engineering Services
                                                             Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

4700              PRINTING & BINDING: This line item represents printing services related to letterhead, envelopes, business cards and other project
                  related materials.


                  Development Management                                  $2,700
                  Construction Management                                  2,600
                  Total                                                   $5,300

4920              LICENSE FEES: Fees relating to professional licenses upkeep and computer software licenses.

                  Total Construction Management                             $500

5100              OFFICE SUPPLIES: This represents funding for miscellaneous office supplies for the various activities.

                  Development Management                                  $1,900
                  Construction Management                                  1,600
                  Total                                                   $3,500

5120              COMPUTER OPERATING SUPPLIES: This includes floppy disks, printer paper and cartridges, miscellaneous software, and software
                  upgrades and licenses for department operations.


                  Development Management                                  $2,200
                  Construction Management                                  1,600
                  Total                                                   $3,800

5220              GAS, OIL, & LUBE: Fuel and service maintenance for City vehicles.

                  Development Management                                  $8,700
                  Construction Management                                  7,800
                  Total                                                  $16,500

5240              UNIFORMS: This expenditure represents funding for uniforms for employees in the Engineering Services Department. Uniform rental
                  (5.27 weekly), safety shoes (125 annually), approximately 400 per person per year.


                  Development Management                                  $1,000
                  Construction Management                                    900
                  Total                                                   $1,900

5250              FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT: This line item is for miscellaneous office furnishings and equipment.

                  Total Development Management                              $600

5251              SMALL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: This expenditure is for the purchase of new and replacement of small hand and power tools and
                  accessories utilized in the Engineering Services Department.

                  Total Development Management                              $500

5262              DRAFTING SUPPLIES: This line item includes various paper, photo paper and such used for design work and photos of project sites as
                  required.


                  Development Management                                    $400
                  Construction Management                                    400
                  Total                                                     $800

5290
                  OPERATING SUPPLIES: The anticipated amount of funding required for miscellaneous expenditures not included in other line items.

                  Development Management                                   $500
                  Construction Management                                    500
                  Total                                                   $1,000




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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                       Engineering Services
                                                          Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

5410              SUBSCRIPTIONS & MEMBERSHIPS: This line item is for membership in the various professional organizations such as ASCE, ITE,
                  APWA, NSPFE, AIA, PE license renewals & professional publications.


                  Development Management                               $2,100
                  Construction Management                               1,100
                  Total                                                $3,200

5440              TUITION ASSISTANCE: Collective Bargaining agreements or Comprehensive Pay Plan require the reimbursement of tuition costs of
                  those employees attending college. The cap is 3,500 for undergraduate and 4,500 for graduate per employee. Reimbursement is based
                  on average university credit hour.


                  Development Management                              $11,500
                  Construction Management                               2,500
                  Total                                               $14,000

5450              TRAINING: This expenditure represents funds needed to attend various seminars/classes required for PE and PLS license renewals,
                  computer training and other professional development.


                  Development Management                               $4,200
                  Construction Management                               2,700
                  Total                                                $6,900

5900              CONTINGENCY: For unanticipated expenses.

                  Development Management                                $500
                  Construction Management                                 500
                  Total                                                $1,000




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Utilities
City of Miramar
Utilities Department
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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                            Utilities
Mission

      To provide the City's residents and businesses with safe drinking water and wastewater treatment and disposal services in
      compliance with federal, state and local agencies rules and regulations.

Overview

The utility operation is recognized as a viable revenue source based on its assets, water and wastewater infrastructure. It is
comprised of eleven (11) accounting divisions: Stormwater, Administation-Operatrions, Utilities Administration, East Water Plant,
Electrical Support Services, Wastewater Reclamation Facility (WWRF), Plant Maintenance, Transmission and Distribution, East
Wastewater Collection, West Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) and Water Quality Laboratory with 139 budgeted positions. The
Stormwater and Electrical Support divisions are administered by Public Works administration. The eighteen (18) major program
services provided by this department which are detailed within are as follows:

      Streetsweeping
      Canal Management
      Drainage Repair and Maintenance
      Guardrail Maintenance
      Customer Service
      East Water Treatment
      Electrical & Instrumentation Control (I&C) Services
      Disposal
      Plant Maintenance
      Water System Maintenance & Repair
      Water Accountability
      Lift Station Operation & Maintenance
      Gravity Sewer System Repair & Maintenance
      Line Repair, Replacement & Maintenance
      West Water Treatment
      Water Quality Assurance/Quality Control Program

Accomplishments FY 2008
  ■   Successfully re-rated the wastewater plant by 1-MGD to 8.4 MGD
  ■   Completed upgrades to the Return Activated Sludge Pumping System
  ■   Expanded Potable Water production capability from 7.5 MG to 9.25 MG, by adding additional Filter Membranes
  ■   Added two “alternate source” Floridian Raw Water Wells for R.O. potable water production in the near future
  ■   Installed 40 clean outs via the cleanout installation program in Eastern Miramar
  ■   Exercised 100 force main valves and 29 reuse valves throughout the city
  ■   Located and identified 2,869 utilities underground infrastructure throughout the city
  ■   Rehabilitated Lift Station #17 with a new wet well coating and new discharge piping
  ■   Changed pumps at Lift Stations 41, 46, and 68
  ■   Updated Utilities Department’s website
  ■   Established a “Utilities Infrastructure Improvements Loan Program” to provide assistance to residents for sewer connections
      in the Eastern Miramar.

Budget Highlights/Service Level Changes

Transferred in 1 HR Analyst II from Human Resources Department and the Construction Engineer Superintendent from Engineering
Services Department and reclassed to Utility Improvement Manager.
Reclasssed Hansen/Cross Connection Control Project Coordinator to Utility Service Administrator, Water Meter Supervisor to
Assistant Water System Superintendent (Meters), Water System Supervisor to Assistant Water System Superintendent (Line Repair).,
3 Labarotory Technicians to Laboratory Technician II and Compliance Technician Inspector to Compliance Technician Inspector II.

Deleted the Stormwater/Street Superintendent position.

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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                             FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                           Utilities

                                           Expenditure & Summary by Category/Division

                                                               Actual        Actual    Budgeted     Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Expenditures                                FY 2006       FY 2007     FY 2008      FY 2008      FY 2009

1000/2999         Personnel Services                        8,075,041     8,627,687    9,674,279    9,166,000   11,208,300
3000/3999         Contractual Services                      2,712,453     2,538,985    2,667,593    2,678,400    3,216,100
4000/4999         Other Charges & Services                  3,023,585     3,555,039    4,094,752    3,680,000    4,830,500
5000/5399         Commodities                               1,206,279     1,371,266    1,712,588    1,683,580    1,638,300
5400/5999         Other Operating Expense                     105,160       157,088      153,764      135,600      240,500
6000/6999         Departmental Capital Outlay                 469,442       483,220            -            -      364,100
8000/8999         Grants & Aids                                 5,000             -        5,000        4,000        5,000

                  Total                                    15,596,960    16,733,283   18,307,976   17,347,580   21,502,800

Division
Number            Division

535               Stormwater                                  795,818       861,355      996,334      954,900    1,886,900
540               Administration-Operations                   452,040       474,174      805,642      801,600    1,232,900
545               Utilities Administration                    949,408     1,085,610    1,359,723    1,363,300    1,529,800
560               East Water Plant                          1,524,416     1,805,049    1,884,908    1,703,400    2,109,700
565               Electrical Support Services                 360,211       439,837      588,439      580,500      626,000
570               West Wastewater Plant                     2,957,671     3,409,431    3,344,341    3,035,500    3,790,300
575               Plant Maintenance                           536,985       681,829      816,660      813,480      936,100
580               Transmission & Distribution               1,732,539     1,679,825    1,814,563    1,397,300    2,063,200
590               East Wastewater Collection                3,621,753     3,257,506    3,505,742    3,505,900    4,003,900
700               West Water Plant                          2,666,119     3,038,668    3,191,624    3,191,700    2,624,600
705               Water Quality Laboratory                          -             -            -            -      699,400

                  Total                                    15,596,960    16,733,283   18,307,976   17,347,580   21,502,800

                  Total Positions                              120.5         119.5        121.5        138.0        139.0




                                                Summary of Personnel by Division

                                                               Actual        Actual    Budgeted     Projected     Adopted
                  Position                                    FY 2006       FY 2007      FY 2008      FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Stormwater Maintenance                            11           11           12         25.5         24.5
                  Administration Operations                          7          3.5          3.5         10.5         10.5
                  Utilities Administration                           8           10           13          10            13
                  East Water Plant                                  12           12           12          12            11
                  Electrical Support Services                        2            4            4            4            4
                  West Wastewater Plant                             15           15           14          13            13
                  Plant Maintenance                                  7            7            8            8            8
                  Transmission & Distribution                       27           21           18          18            17
                  East Wastewater Collection                        18           21           22          22            21
                  West Water Plant                                  14           15           15          15            11
                  Water Quality Laboratory                           -            -            -            -            6

                  Total                                        120.5         119.5        121.5        138.0        139.0




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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                            FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                Utilities
                                                 Summary of Personnel by Position

                                                                   Actual     Actual    Budgeted    Projected    Adopted
                  Position                                        FY 2006     FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2008     FY 2009

                  Administration Services Superintendent                  -        -           1           -           -
                  Administration Services Supervisor                      -        -           1           1           1
                  Administrative Clerk II                                 2        1           -           -           -
                  Administrative Secretary I                              1        1           -           -           -
                  Administrative Secretary II                             3        3           4           5           5
                  Assistant City Manager                                  1        1           1           1           1
                  Assistant Director of Utilities                         1        1           1           1           1
                  Assistant Field Operations Manager                      -        -           -           1           1
                  Assistant Field Operations Superintendent               -        -           -           2           2
                  Assistant Utility Manager                               -        -           -           2           2
                  Assistant Utility Plant Manager                         -        -           1           2           2
                  Assistant Water Plant Manager                           1        1           1           1           1
                  Assistant Water System Manager                          -        -           -           1           1
                  Assistant Water System Superintendent                   -        -           -           -           2
                  Chemist                                                 2        2           2           2           2
                  Chief Administration Officer                            -        -           1           1           1
                  Collection Operator I                                   3        3           4           4           4
                  Collection Operator II                                  2        2           1           1           1
                  Collection Operator III                                 1        1           -           -           -
                  Compliance Technician Inspector                         1        1           1           1           -
                  Compliance Technician Inspector II                      -        -           -           -           1
                  Customer Service Specialist I                           -        -           -           1           1
                  Customer Service Specialist II                          -        -           2           4           4
                  Director of Public Works/Utilities                      1        1           -           -           -
                  Director of Utilities                                   -        -           1           1           1
                  Electrical Superintendent                               1        1           1           -           -
                  Electrical Supervisor                                   1        1           1           1           1
                  Electrician I                                           -        -           1           1           1
                  Electrician III                                         1        1           1           1           1
                  Equipment Operator II                                   -        -           -           2           2
                  Executive Asst. to the Asst. City Mgr.                  1        1           1           1           1
                  Executive Asst. to the Director                         2        2           1           1           1
                  Field Maintenance Supervisor                            1        1           -           -           -
                  Field Service Representative P/T                      1.5      1.5           -           -           -
                  GIS Analyst                                             -        -           1           1           1
                  GIS Analyst II                                          -        -           1           1           1
                  GIS Technician                                          1        1           -           -           -
                  Hansen/Cross Connection Control Proj Coord.             1        1           1           1           -
                  Heavy Equipment Operator I                              1        1           2           2           2
                  Heavy Equipment Operator II                             1        1           1           1           1
                  Human Resources Analyst                                 1        1           -           -           -
                  Human Resources Analyst II                              -        -           -           -           1
                  Irrigation Technician                                   -        -           -           1           1
                  Jet-Vac/Video Operator                                  1        1           -           -           -
                  Jet-Vac/Video Operator I                                -        -           1           1           1
                  Jet-Vac/Video Operator II                               -        -           1           1           1
                  Laboratory Technician                                   3        3           3           3           -
                  Laboratory Technician II                                -        -           -           -           3
                  Lead Customer Service Specialist                        -        -           1           -           -
                  Lead Field Service Representative                       1        1           -           -           -
                  Lead Lift Station Mechanic                              1        1           1           1           1
                  Lead Stormwater System Operator                         1        1           1           -           -
                  Lead Utility Mechanic                                   1        1           1           1           1
                  Lead Wastewater System Operator                         1        1           1           1           1
                  Lead Water Meter Operator                               1        1           1           1           1
                  Lift Station Maintenance Supervisor                     1        1           -           -           -
                  Lift Station Mechanic I                                 3        3           3           3           3
                  Lift Station Mechanic II                                2        2           2           2           2
                  Logistics and Quality Control Officer                   -        -           -           1           1


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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                          FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                              Utilities
                                                  Summary of Personnel by Position

                                                                 Actual      Actual   Budgeted    Projected    Adopted
                  Position                                      FY 2006     FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2008     FY 2009

                  Maintenance I                                         -        -           -           1            1
                  Maintenance I P/T                                     -        -           -         0.5          0.5
                  Maintenance II                                        -        -           -           4            4
                  Maintenance III                                       -        -           -           1            1
                  Maintenance Supervisor I                              -        -           -           2            2
                  Mechanical Tradesperson II                            1        1           2           2            2
                  Meter Reader                                          3        3           -           -            -
                  Meter Reader II                                       2        2           2           2            2
                  Meter Technician                                      1        1           1           1            1
                  Office Administrator                                  -        -           -           1            1
                  Operations System Manager                             1        1           -           -            -
                  Parts & Material Inventory Clerk                      -        -           1           1            1
                  Plant Evening Shift Supervisor                        3        3           -           -            -
                  Plant Maintenance Superintendent                      1        1           1           -            -
                  Plants Technical Superintendent                       -        -           1           -            -
                  Programming Engineer                                  -        -           1           1            1
                  Small Engine Mechanic                                 1        1           -           -            -
                  Stormwater Operator I                                 3        3           3           3            3
                  Stormwater Operator II                                1        1           1           1            1
                  Stormwater/Street Superintendent                      1        1           1           1            -
                  Stormwater Util Assist Superintendent                 1        1           1           -            -
                  Strategic Planning Manager                          1.5      1.5         1.5         1.5          1.5
                  Streets Maintenance I                                 2        2           2           2            2
                  Utilities Intern P/T (2)                              -        -           1           1            1
                  Utilities Intern (Seasonal)                           1        1           -           -            -
                  Utility GIS Analyst                                   1        1           -           -            -
                  Utility Improvement Manager                           -        -           -           -            1
                  Utility Locator I                                     1        1           1           1            1
                  Utility Locator II                                    1        1           1           1            1
                  Utility Mechanic I                                    2        2           3           3            3
                  Utility Mechanic II                                   -        -           1           1            1
                  Utility Mechanic III                                  1        1           -           -            -
                  Utility Planning & Capital Improve. Mgr               1        1           -           -            -
                  Utility Service Administrator                         1        1           1           1            2
                  Warehouse Inventory Specialist                        -        -           1           1            1
                  Wastewater Assistant Superintendent                   -        -           3           3            3
                  Wastewater Operator A                                 2        2           2           2            2
                  Wastewater Operator B                                 3        3           3           3            4
                  Wastewater Operator C                                 4        4           3           3            2
                  Wastewater Plant Day Shift Supervisor                 1        1           1           1            1
                  Wastewater Plant Evening Shift Supervisor             -        -           1           1            1
                  Wastewater Plant Night Shift Supervisor               -        -           1           1            1
                  Wastewater Plant Superintendent                       1        1           -           -            -
                  Wastewater Superintendent                             1        1           -           -            -
                  Wastewater System Supervisor                          1        1           -           -            -
                  Water Meter Supervisor                                1        1           1           1            -
                  Water Plant Day Shift Supervisor                      2        2           2           2            2
                  Water Plant Evening Shift Supervisor                  -        -           2           2            2
                  Water Plant Night Shift Supervisor                    -        -           2           2            2
                  Water Plant Operator A                                -        -           2           2            2
                  Water Plant Operator B                                7        7           8           8            8
                  Water Plant Operator C                                8        8           3           3            3
                  Water Plant Superintendent                            1        1           -           -            -
                  Water Quality Manager                                 1        1           1           1            1
                  Water System Operator I                               2        2           3           3            3
                  Water System Operator II                              4        4           4           4            4
                  Water System Superintendent                           1        1           1           -            -
                  Water System Supervisor                               1        1           1           1            -

                                    TOTAL                        120.5       119.5       121.5       138.0       139.0




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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                               FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                             Utilities - Streetsweeping

Program Description
This program provides a vital service to the citizens of Miramar that ensures clean roadways and to keep road debris from blocking
storm drains.

Goals
            ■        To ensure all roadways are keep free of trash and debris.
            ■        To ensure trash and debris is not flushed into storm drains.

Staff
A total of 2 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                       FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                          Cross-Program*       Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Asst. Field Operations Superintendent                                                    1              1              1             0.0%
Heavy Equipment Operator                                                1                1              1              1             0.0%
Total                                                                   1                2              2              2             0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs

Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                            $     120,338 $      132,893 $      118,874      -10.5%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                    -              -              -         -
                     Operating Expenses                                                   32,786         28,769         32,420       12.7%
                     Capital Expenses                                                          -               -              -         -
                     Total                                                         $     153,124 $      161,662 $      151,294       -6.4%

                     Dedicated Revenues                             Account #
                     Stormwater Fees                                 R343950       $    1,196,029 $    1,379,794 $    1,972,700      43.0%



Performance Measures                                                                   FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                       Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
Total number of city facilities swept on a monthly basis                                 7             10              11            10.0%
Cubic yards of debris/trash collected and disposed                                      400            400            420            5.0%


Efficiency Measures
Cost per linear foot to clean city facilities in-house                                  $30            $31            $32            3.2%
Average cost for maintenance of street sweeper                                         $3,000         $4,500         $6,000          33.3%


Effectiveness Measures
# of internal street sweeping work orders completed within 24 hours                      5              7              10            42.9%
# of internal street sweeping work orders completed within 1 month period               75             85             100            17.6%




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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                               FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                             Utilities - Canal Management

Description
This program encompasses Canal, Weed Management and Tree, Debris Removal and Canal Embankment Stabilization.

The Canal, Weed Management and Tree, Debris Removal program provides a vital service to the citizens of Miramar that ensures
the cleanliness of all city waterways and canals, keeping them free of debris. Grass Craps are often released into the lakes and
canals to naturally control the aquatic weeds thus reducing the need for chemical treatment. The removal of tree limbs is also an
important aspect of canal management taking a proactive approach to avoid the potential for hazardous pipe obstructions. In
addition, staff also controls the aquatic vegetation by applying chemicals on a monthly or as needed basis. It is paramount for staff
to quickly react to flooding and canal complaints as these are potential life safety and property damage issues.


This Canal Embankment Stabilization program provides the secure stabilization and erosion prevention of canal embankments.
This service program is primarily performed around out fall pipe structures only on an as-needed basis in locations identified by City
staff.

Goals
            ■        To keep the canals free of debris.
            ■        To control the aquatic vegetation.
            ■        To maintain a regular patrol of waterways in an effort to address and immediately resolve
                     hazardous conditions.
            ■        To ensure the stabilization of canal embankments during the rainy season.
            ■        To ensure protection of the canal drainage infrastructure.
Staff
A total of 3 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                         FY 07         FY 08          FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                            Cross-Program*       Actual        Actual        Budget        % Change
Asst. Field Operations Superintendent                                                      1             1              1            0.0%
Maintenance Worker I                                                      1                1             1              1            0.0%
Heavy Equipment Operator I                                                1                1             1              1            0.0%
Total                                                                     2                3             3              3            0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                              $     146,248 $     162,099 $     144,999      -10.5%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                25,000         5,500         1,250      -77.3%
                     Operating Expenses                                                     87,057        62,519        61,642       -1.4%
                     Capital Expenses                                                       30,000             -              -         -
                     Total                                                           $     288,305 $     230,118 $     207,891       -9.7%

                     Dedicated Revenues                               Account #
                     None                                                 -


Performance Measures                                                                     FY 07         FY 08          FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                         Actual        Actual        Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
Total number of city maintained waterways and canals                                       5             5             5             0.0%
Acres of canals/waterways treated with chemical applications                              71            71             71            0.0%
Cubic yards of debris removed from canals/waterways                                       260           260           260            0.0%
Total number of trees removed from canal embankments                                      15             9             6            -33.3%
Number of work order requests for canal embankment stabilizations                          1             2             1            -50.0%
Contractual studies performed to determine canal embankment stabilization
and need for repairs                                                                       2             1             0            -100.0%

Efficiency Measures
Average cost of chemical application for cleaning of waterways and canals                $7,000        $8,000        $7,500          -6.3%
% of canals and waterways inspected and cleaned                                            1             1             1             0.0%
Average cost for performance of contractual study                                        1,150         1,000           -            -100.0%
Number of canal embankments requiring repairs and restoration                             107           55             0            -100.0%

Effectiveness Measures
% of waterway related complaints handled within 24 hours                                 100%          100%          100%            0.0%
% of canal management maintenance complaints handled within 48 hours                     100%           95%           98%            3.2%
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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                         FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                              Utilities - Drainage Repair and Maintenance

Description
This program encompasses Drainage Structure Cleaning and Inspection (VacCon) and Drainage Improvement Projects.

The Drainage Structure Cleaning and Inspection (VacCon) program provides services to remove debris from catch basins and
pipes throughout the city to prevent flooding of roadways. The Vacuum Truck uses a combination of high pressure water jetting
attached to a super sucker vacuum truck which are used to unclog the drainage systems. This service program is in compliance
with the National Pollution Discharge and Elimination System (NPDES), and ensures that the health, safety, and welfare of all
residents is protected, making their communities a better place to live.


Goals
            ■        To prevent flooding of city roadways.
            ■        To educate residents through the City's website about ways to prevent pollution from entering
                     waterways.
            ■        Maintenance of structures to ensure compliance with Broward County NPDES Stormwater
                     ordinance.
            ■        To correct existing drainage problems in low-lying areas which adversely impacts road, property
                     owners and the environment.
            ■        To provide improvements to drainage infrastructure.
            ■        Construction or rehabilitation of existing stormwater management systems.

Staff
A total of 4 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                   FY 07         FY 08          FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                      Cross-Program*       Actual        Actual        Budget        % Change
Asst. Field Operations Superintendent                                                1             1              1            0.0%
Maintenance Worker I                                                 1               1             1              1            0.0%
Heavy Equipment Operator I                                           1               1             1              1            0.0%
Maintenance Worker II                                                1               1             1             1             0.0%
Total                                                                3               4             4             4             0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                        $     177,069 $     132,893 $     174,914      31.6%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                -        2,000        12,000      500.0%
                     Operating Expenses                                               73,636        69,575        80,723       16.0%
                     Capital Expenses                                                      -              -             -        -
                     Total                                                     $     250,705 $     204,468 $     267,637       30.9%

                     Dedicated Revenues                         Account #
                     None                                           -



Performance Measures                                                               FY 07         FY 08          FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                   Actual        Actual        Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
Total linear feet of storm drain lines                                             64,958        80,160        90,860          13.3%
Total number of drainage outfalls inspected and cleaned                             26            26             26            0.0%
Total number of major drainage outfalls performed in-house                           2             2             2             0.0%
Total number of outfalls inspected and cleaned                                      26            24             24            0.0%


Efficiency Measures
% of NPDES reports submitted to Broward County on time                             100%          100%          100%            0.0%
# of drainage structures and linear footage of pipes cleaned and reported to       1,283         1,350         1,400           3.7%
Broward County
Number of drainage improvement projects completed                                    1             1             1             0.0%
Average % drainage improvement projected completed on time                         100%           85%           95%            11.8%


Effectiveness Measures
% of catch basins inspected and cleaned                                             17%           20%           25%            25.0%
Average number of flooding complaints receiving before project commenced             4             3             2            -33.3%

                                                                     408
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                      FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                        Utilities - Guardrail Maintenance

Description
This program provides the secure protection of vehicular traffic from driving into canals and waterways. Guardrail installations have
been identified for fiscal year 2009 for Country Club Ranches and Buttonwood Drive slated to cost approximately $18,000. It is
paramount that guardrails identified for critical locations be installed due to the potential for decreased life safety and increased
property damage issues.

Goals
            ■        To ensure the protection of vehicular and non vehicular traffic.
            ■        Increased life safety and a proactive approach to limiting property damage issues.
            ■        Maintenance and repair of existing guardrails to ensure compliance with FDOT standards.

Staff
A total of 5 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                       FY 07            FY 08                FY 09          FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                          Cross-Program*       Actual           Actual              Budget           % Change
Asst. Field Operations Superintendent                                                    1                1                    1               0.0%
Maintenance Worker I                                                    3                3                3                    3               0.0%
Heavy Equipment Operator I                                              1                1                1                    1               0.0%
Total                                                                   4                5                5                    5               0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                            $      34,382    $         37,969    $         33,964      -10.5%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                    -                   -                   -         -
                     Operating Expenses                                                   22,899              21,751              22,794        4.8%
                     Capital Expenses                                                           -                   -                   -         -
                     Total                                                         $      57,281    $         59,720    $         56,758       -5.0%

                     Dedicated Revenues                             Account #
                     None                                               -



Performance Measures                                                                   FY 07            FY 08                FY 09          FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                       Actual           Actual              Budget           % Change
Workload Indicators
Number of guardrail installations needing aesthetic maintenance work                     1                -                   -                0.0%


Efficiency Measures
Average cost per linear foot for installation of guardrails                             $26              $30                 $33               10.0%
Average cost per linear foot for repairs to existing guardrails                         $26              $30                 $33               10.0%


Effectiveness Measures
Average % of guardrail installations performed in-house                                 10%              10%                 10%               0.0%
Average % of contractual guardrail installations performed                              90%              90%                 90%               0.0%




                                                                         409
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                 FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                             Utilities - Customer Service

Program Description
The customer service/assistance program is designed to provide residential and commercial customers of Miramar with accessible,
friendly, efficient and effective issue resolution or informational needs. This program provides telephone water bill payment and
adjustments services, bulk and regular pick up assistance, recycle bin replacements and dispatching and conducting field
assessments to assist in customer resolutions.

In addition this programs serves as internal support to all Departments/Divisions within Operational Services and 602-HELP by
creating and up dating work orders in established databases to record, track and follow up with customers on essential operational
functions. This program allows citizenry an immediate contact and interaction with government and its functions creating the viable
relationship necessary to promote the overall City goal and objective of quality care and service.

Goals
            ■        100% of calls into ACD system answered.
            ■        Return customer calls/emails within one working day of receipt.
            ■        Post and provide follow up to customers and immediate supervisors on all Civicall, Hansen and
                     Community Plus work orders.

Staff
A total of 5 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                        FY 07            FY 08          FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                           Cross-Program*       Actual           Actual        Budget        % Change
Administration Services Supervisor                                                        1                1              1            0.0%
Customer Service Specialist I                                                             -                3              3            0.0%
Customer Service Specialist II                                                            -                2              2            0.0%
Total                                                                    -                1                6              6            0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                                          -   $     182,745 $     241,737       24.4%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                     -                -             -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                                          -           2,500         2,500       0.0%
                     Capital Expenses                                                            -               -              -        -
                     Total                                                          $            -   $     185,245 $     244,237       31.8%

                     Dedicated Revenues                              Account #
                     None                                                -



Performance Measures                                                                    FY 07            FY 08          FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                        Actual           Actual        Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
# of calls and e-mails into the Call Center                                               -              7,500         8,500           11.8%
# of work orders entered monthly                                                          -               500           500            0.0%


Efficiency Measures
Total # of calls and e-mails answered daily                                               -              7,000         8,500           17.6%
Total # of work orders received daily                                                     -               20             24            16.7%
Total staffed daily                                                                       -                4             5             20.0%


Effectiveness Measures
% of calls abandoned                                                                      -               10%           5%             50.0%
% of work orders not entered monthly                                                      -               10%           5%             50.0%




                                                                          410
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                              FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                         Utilities - East Water Treatment

Program Description
This program provides quality potable water service to the citizens and businesses of eastern Miramar. The water processed meets
all Federal and State Regulatory Standards mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection (FDEP), and the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD). The operation of this program
provides potable water on demand 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.

Goals
            ■        To ensure that the quality of drinking water to our users have come to expect is maintained.
            ■        To maintain treated water quality and meet drinking water standards under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
            ■        To provide eastern Miramar with quality water at a continuous pressure and flow 24 hours per day.
            ■        To renovate an Office and Control Building completed with operational PI/SCADA System.
            ■        To comply with the Consumptive Use Permit (CUP) and Well Field Protection Program as per State Regulatory
                     Agencies.
            ■        To utilize the best available treatment practices to keep the operation efficient and cost effective.
Staff
A total of 12 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                      FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                         Cross-Program*       Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Assistant Water Plant Manager                                                           1              1               1            0.0%
Water Plant Operator A                                                                  1              1               1            0.0%
Water Plant Operator B                                                                  4              4               4            0.0%
Water Plant Operator C                                                                  3              3               3            0.0%
Water Plant Day Shift Supervisor                                                        1              1               1            0.0%
Water Plant Evening Shift Supervisor                                                    1              1               1            0.0%
Water Plant Night Shift Supervisor                                                      1              1               1            0.0%
Total                                                                  -               12             12              12            0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                           $      990,811 $    1,029,606 $    1,030,443      0.1%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                   -              -              -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                                1,245,374      1,229,606      1,310,462      6.2%
                     Capital Expenses                                                          -              -       114,500      100.0%
                     Total                                                        $    2,236,185 $    2,259,212 $    2,455,405      8.0%

                     Dedicated Revenues                            Account #
                     None                                              -



Performance Measures                                                                  FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                      Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
Daily Water Production (average mgd)                                                   4.30           4.45           4.75           6.8%
Number of water quality complaints per year                                              9              7              6           -14.0%
Hours of dewatering lime sludge per day                                                  8              8              8            0.0%
Number of licenses/permits renewed per year                                              6              6              6            0.0%


Efficiency Measures
Personnel cost per million gallons                                                     $631           $633           $594           -6.2%
Energy cost per million gallons                                                        $162           $123           $161           31.0%
Chemical cost per million gallons                                                      $156           $166           $168           1.2%
Operating cost per million gallons                                                     $201           $238           $247           3.8%
Total cost per million gallons ( - Cap. Outlay)                                       $1,150         $1,160         $1,171          1.0%


Effectiveness Measures
Average Daily Demand vs. Permitted Capacity                                           4.30/6.0       4.45/6.0       4.75/6.0        6.8%
Plant Water Loss (Raw vs. Treated)                                                      8%             8%             8%            0.0%
Compliance with Testing for East Well Fields                                          100%           100%           100%            0.0%
Broward County rating of operating conditions                                           95             96             97            1.0%
New Service Connections                                                                 95            120            151            26.0%



                                                                        411
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                          FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                 Utilities - Electrical and Instrumentation Control Services

Program Description
This program provides ongoing inspection, preventative and corrective maintenance of all City's Electrical, Lighting, AC (Air
Conditioning) Units, Utilities' Electrical, Instrumentation, Automation Control SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)
System. Providing related preventative and routine maintenance, repair, replacement, improvement and emergency services in
support of all City Departments.

Goals
            ■
                     Maximize operation efficiency for (2) Water Treatment Plants (East and West), Wastewater
                     Reclamation Facility and Lift Stations by ensuring proper maintenance of the SCADA Systems
                     and performing calibration and repair on 500+ instruments and plant equipment.
            ■        Ensure water and reuse water quality meet the State regulations and requirements by properly
                     maintenance plant instruments and SCADA systems.
            ■

                     Minimize Water, Wastewater treatment plants and lift stations equipment down times by ensuring
                     proper maintenance, adequate redundancies, surge protection, and available spare parts.
            ■        Minimize electrical related emergency service by implementing a comprehensive Preventative
                     Maintenance Program.
            ■        Increase energy efficiency on equipment to reduce operating cost.
            ■        Maintain all City AC units and roof top exhaust equipment in good working condition.
            ■        Maintain streets, parks and buildings lighting in good working condition.
Staff
A total of 5 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                  FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                     Cross-Program*       Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Assistant Utility Manager (Electrical)                                              1              1               1            0.0%
Electrical Supervisor                                                               1              1               1            0.0%
Electrician III                                                                     1              1               1            0.0%
Electrician I                                                                       1              1               1            0.0%
AC Technician (funded by general fund)                                              1              1               1            0.0%
Total                                                               -               5              5               5            0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                       $     268,613 $      364,830 $      362,141       -0.7%
                     Services Contracted Out                                               -              -              -         -
                     Operating Expenses                                             186,234        223,609        187,929      -16.0%
                     Capital Expenses                                                82,600               -       107,150      100.0%
                     Total                                                    $      537,447 $      588,439 $      657,220     11.7%

                     Dedicated Revenues                         Account #
                     None                                           -



Performance Measures                                                              FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                  Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
Approximate Number of Instrumentation                                               530           540            600            11.1%
Approximate Number of AC Units                                                      186           200            215            7.5%
Approximate Number of Roof Top Exhaust Fans                                         100           105            120            14.3%
Approximate % increase of SCADA Systems Load                                        1%            2%             6%            200.0%
Approximate % increase of Citywide lighting                                         1%            2%             3%             50.0%


Efficiency Measures
% of energy cost saving on AC Maint. & Implement Control Equipment                  1%            3%             4%             33.3%
% of chemical cost saving on Plants' Instrument Calibration and Maint.              1%            3%             5%             66.7%


Effectiveness Measures
% of AC Equipment Downtime                                                          2%            2%             1%            -50.0%
% of Plant Equipment Downtime                                                       2%            2%             1%            -50.0%
% of Lighting Downtime                                                              2%            2%             1%            -50.0%
                                                                     412
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                           FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                           Utilities - Wastewater Treatment and Disposal

Program Description
This program is provides treatment and disposal of wastewater generated in the City's services area from the Wastewater
Reclamation Facility. This plant is designed to produce reclaimed water suitable for irrigation applications.

Goals
            ■        To provide wastewater treatment on a continuous basis 24 hours/365 days a year.
            ■        To meet permit conditions and regulatory requirements as promulgated by Florida Department of
                     Environmental Protection (FDEP) and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).
            ■        To complete plant operation and process enhancement/upgrades to accommodate expected
                     higher flow.
Staff
A total of 14 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                  FY 07           FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                     Cross-Program*       Actual          Actual         Budget         % Change
Assistant Utility Plant Manager                                                     1               1               1             0.0%
Wastewater Operator A                                                               2               2               2             0.0%
Wastewater Operator B                                                               3               3               3             0.0%
Wastewater Operator C                                                               4               4               4             0.0%
Wastewater Plant Day Shift Supervisor                                               1               1               1             0.0%
Wastewater Plant Evening Shift Supervisor                                           1               1               1             0.0%
Wastewater Plant Night Shift Supervisor                                             1               1               1             0.0%
Administrative Secretary II                                                         1               1               1             0.0%
Total                                                              -               14              14              14             0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                       $     1,200,770 $    1,140,977 $     1,228,903      7.7%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                -              -               -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                             2,151,807      2,203,364       2,481,431      12.6%
                     Capital Expenses                                                 56,854               -        109,000      100.0%
                     Total                                                    $     3,409,431 $    3,344,341 $     3,819,334      14.2%

                     Dedicated Revenues                        Account #
                     None                                          -



Performance Measures                                                              FY 07           FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                  Actual          Actual         Budget         % Change
Workload Indicators
Total wastewater flow treated (MGD) vs permitted                                  6.5/7.4         7.8/8.4        9.0/10.2          20%
Number of samples collected and tested per day                                      72              72             72             0.0%
Number of plant inspections conducted per day                                        6              6               6             0.0%
Number of process reviews and adjustments conducted per day                         12              12             12             0.0%
Hours of solid dewatering facility operations per day                               20              20             20             0.0%
Number of regulatory reports submitted per month                                     2              2               2             0.0%

Efficiency Measures
Personnel cost per million gallons                                                 $506           $367            $374            1.9%
Energy cost per million gallons                                                    $358           $270            $304            12.6%
Chemical cost per million gallons                                                  $162           $110            $126            14.5%
Other operating cost per million gallons                                           $907           $722            $789            9.3%
Total cost per million gallons/per lbl of BOD treated                             $1,437          $1,088         $1,163           6.9%
Total cost per lb of BOD treated                                                   $0.49          $0.65           $0.75           15.8%

Effectiveness Measures
Reclaimed water utilization (mgd)                                                  2.0%           2.5%            2.5%            0.0%
Average daily treatment flows vs. permitted plant capacity                        6.5/7.4%        8.4/7.4        9.0/10.2         30.0%
Biosolid treatment and disposal (cubic yard per mgd)                              15,263          16,585         17,553           5.8%
Maintain effluent disposal at 20/20 limits (BOD/TSS)                               95%             94%            96%             2.1%
Maintain reuse treatment at 5/5 limits (BOD/TSS)                                   92%             92%            96%             4.3%




                                                                    413
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                 FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                             Utilities - Plant Maintenance

Program Description
The Plant Maintenance provides ongoing inspection and preventative and corrective maintenance of the City's mechanical
equipment at the Wastewater Reclamation Facility, East Water Treatment Plant and West Water Treatment Plant. This division
also maintain the small engine equipment for Public Works and Community Services Departments.

Goals
            ■        To minimize treatment plant mechanical component down times by ensuring proper maintenance,
                     appropriate work hours schedule and available spare parts.
            ■        Develop and implement a Sustainable Asset Management Program for key equipment at all water
                     and wastewater plants events.
            ■        To ensure the readiness of small engine equipment for responding to routine maintenance needs
                     and major weather-related events.
Staff
A total of 8 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                         FY 07          FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                            Cross-Program*       Actual         Actual         Budget         % Change
Asst. Utility Plant Manager (Maintenance)                                                  1              1               1             0.0%
Lead Utility Mechanic                                                                      1              1               1             0.0%
Mechanical Tradesperson II                                                                 2              2               2             0.0%
Utility Mechanic I                                                                         3              3               3             0.0%
Utility Mechanic II                                                                        1              1               1             0.0%
Total                                                                     -                8              8               8             0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                              $     481,766 $      538,730 $      538,730        0.0%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                      -              -               -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                                    228,384        277,930        281,027        1.1%
                     Capital Expenses                                                       44,762               -         42,162      100.0%
                     Total                                                           $      754,912 $      816,660 $      861,919       5.5%

                     Dedicated Revenues                               Account #
                     None                                                 -



Performance Measures                                                                     FY 07          FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                         Actual         Actual         Budget         % Change
Workload Indicators
Number of planned work orders completed at WWRF, WWTP, EWTP                               950           1,440          1,930            34.0%
Number of repair/emergency work orders completed at WWRF,WWTP,EWTP                        10             15              10            -33.3%
Number of hours spent on routine maintenance at WWRF, WWTP, EWTP                         4,200          4,320          5,320            26.7%
Number of small engine work orders completed                                              340            480            600             25.0%
Number of hours spent on emergency and overtime repairs                                   22             30              20            -33.3%


Efficiency Measures
Cost per work order completed - Mechanical                                               $115           $172            $190            10.5%
Cost per work order completed - Small Engine                                              $56            $85            $114            34.1%


Effectiveness Measures
% of time spent on routine maintenance                                                    70%            80%            85%             6.2%
% of time spent on mechanical equipment failure                                           20%            10%            5%             -50.0%
Personnel cost vs plant equipment value                                                  1/100          1/100          1/100            0.0%




                                                                           414
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                          FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                        Utilities - Water System Maintenance and Repair

Program Description
This program is responsible for the delivery of high quality water to our customers, to provide ongoing inspection of the water
transmission system, corrective and preventative maintenance to ensure an uninterrupted water supply from treatment facilities to
our customers in accordance with all local, state and federal regulations and standards. Under new regulations that went into effect
on October 15, 2007, this program must be staffed by State of Florida licensed water system operators.


Goals
           ■        To provide Miramar residents with uninterrupted water services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
           ■        To provide Miramar residents with efficient customer service 365 days a year.
           ■        To maintain the integrity of the water distribution system.
           ■        To ensure the state of readiness of all of the City's 3,000 fire hydrants and 5,000 flow control
                    valves.
           ■        To provide an ongoing cleaning/flushing program for the City's 325 miles of water mains.
           ■        To carry out a proactive water leak detection and repair program.
           ■        To comply with all City of Miramar utility standards, and all applicable rules and regulations of
                    Broward County and FDEP.
Staff
A total of 11 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                 FY 07          FY 08           FY 09         FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                    Cross-Program*       Actual         Actual         Budget          % Change
Assistant Water System Manager                                                     1              1               1              0.0%
Water System Supervisor                                                            1              1               1              0.0%
Water System Operator II                                                           4              4               4              0.0%
Water System Operator I                                                            2              2               2              0.0%
Heavy Equipment Operator II                                                        1              1               1              0.0%
Heavy Equipment Operator I                                                         1              1               1              0.0%
Utility Services Administrator                                                     1              1               1              0.0%
Total                                                                             11             11              11              0.0%
           * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                    Personnel Services                                       $      830,721 $      798,633 $       798,633       0.0%
                    Services Contracted Out                                               -              -                -        -
                    Operating Expenses                                             260,000        335,469         414,935       23.7%
                    Capital Expenses                                                      -              -          13,500      100.0%
                    Total                                                    $    1,090,721 $    1,134,102 $     1,227,068       8.2%

                    Dedicated Revenues                        Account #
                    None                                          -



Performance Measures                                                             FY 07          FY 08           FY 09         FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                 Actual         Actual         Budget          % Change
Workload Indicators
# of service line leaks repaired                                                  320            336             384             14.3%
# of fire hydrants repaired                                                       11              15              15             0.0%
# of fire hydrants flushed                                                        53              50             450            800.0%
# of leaks located by in-house detection                                             -            -               40              40%
# of mains repaired                                                               20              6               8              33.3%


Efficiency Measures
Average time for service line repair (hrs)                                        3.5            3.5             3.0            -14.3%
Average time for main repair (hrs)                                                4.5            4.5             4.0            -11.1%
% of service interruption lasting < 30 minutes                                    80%            80%             90%             12.5%


Effectiveness Measures
Number of water quality complaints addressed per month                             7              8               9              10.0%
Number of customer service/Civicall issues addressed per month                    117            138             151             10.0%




                                                                   415
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                              FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                         Utilities - Water Accountability

Program Description
The Water Meters/Accountability program is responsible for the accurate and timely reading of all water meters throughout the city.
This program also provides meter maintenance and tracks the use of all temporary and new development meters as well as
responds to customer service calls and a large volume of non-payment service deactivation and reactivation requests from
Finance/Billing staff. Under new regulations that went into effect on October 15, 2007, this program must be staffed by State of
Florida licensed water system operators.


Goals
           ■         To ensure that the City's 34,000 meters are accurately read and reported to Financial
                     Services/Utility Billing on time each month.
           ■         To maintain the state of the art radio read meter system utilizing a proactive maintenance
                     program.
           ■         To provide quality customer service to all Miramar residents.
           ■         To ensure new development and temporary meters are supplied and managed efficiently.

Staff
A total of 6 full-time employees carry out the functions of this program:
                                                                                      FY 07          FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                         Cross-Program*       Actual         Actual         Budget         % Change
Asst. Water System Superintendent                                                       1              1               1             0.0%
Lead Water Meter Operator                                                               1              1               1             0.0%
Meter Technician                                                                        1              1               1             0.0%
Water Meter Reader II                                                                   2              2               2             0.0%
Water System Operator I                                                                 1              1               1             0.0%
Total                                                                  -                6              6               6             0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                           $     498,433 $      479,180 $      479,180        0.0%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                   -              -               -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                                 155,000        201,282        248,961       23.7%
                     Capital Expenses                                                          -              -         26,400      100.0%
                     Total                                                        $      653,433 $      680,461 $      754,541      10.9%

                     Dedicated Revenues                            Account #
                     None                                              -



Performance Measures                                                                  FY 07          FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                      Actual         Actual         Budget         % Change
Workload Indicators
Number of water accounts read per month                                               32,444         32,500         33,200           2.2%
Number of meter turn-offs and turn-ons per month                                      1,215          1,600          2,400            50.0%
Number of new development meters issued                                                724           1,000           700            -30.0%


Efficiency Measures
% of no-reads per month                                                                10%            10%            5%             -50.0%
% of meters correctly read per month                                                   96%            98%            98%             0.0%


Effectiveness Measures
Number of customer service calls received                                              348            350            350             0.0%
% of Turn-Offs & Turn-Ons completed on time                                            95%            95%            98%             3.2%




                                                                        416
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                  FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                           Utilities - Lift Station Operation & Maintenance

Program Description
This program is responsible for ensuring the health and safety of the City's residents by efficiently pumping sewage away from
areas where it can come into contact with the public and the environment. Ultimately, the sewage is transported from the lift
stations to the receiving wastewater treatment facilities.

The SCADA system provides real-time remote monitoring and control capabilities for 122 lift stations located throughout the City, 24
hours/day and 365 days/year. This ensures detection of operational issues and timely responses before they become a problem.
The program is conducted in accordance with all local, state and federal regulations and standards.

Goals
           ■         To ensure continuous pumping of sewage from the collection piping into the force main network.
           ■         To eliminate sewer overflows through efficient lift station maintenance, monitoring, detection and
                     emergency response.
           ■         To maintain and expand a state-of-the-art Lift Station Scada System.
           ■         To comply with all City of Miramar standards, as well as applicable rules and regulations of
                     Broward County EPD and FDEP.
           ■         To maintain the hydraulic, mechanical and structural integrity of the lift station system.

Staff
A total of 8 full-time employees carry out the functions of this program:
                                                                                  FY 07               FY 08              FY 09         FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                     Cross-Program*       Actual              Actual            Budget          % Change
Wastewater Assistant Superintendent                                                 1                   1                  1              0.0%
Lead Lift Station Mechanic                                                          1                   1                  1              0.0%
Lift Station Mechanic II                                                            2                   2                  2              0.0%
Lift Station Mechanic I                                                             3                   3                  3              0.0%
Administrative Secretary II                                                         1                   1                  1              0.0%
Total                                                              -                8                   8                  8              0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                       $          450,000 $          560,524 $       560,524       0.0%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                   -                  -                -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                                1,000,000          1,017,165       1,712,054       68.3%
                     Capital Expenses                                                                             -          99,374      100.0%
                     Total                                                    $        1,450,000 $        1,577,689 $     2,371,952       50.3%

                     Dedicated Revenues                        Account #
                     None                                          -



Performance Measures                                                              FY 07               FY 08              FY 09         FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                  Actual              Actual            Budget          % Change
Workload Indicators
Number of SCADA generated Lift Stations (LS) inspections                          4,393              4,400              4,500              2%
Number of maintenance/repair work orders issued                                   2,123              2,700              2,800              4%
Number of LS wet wells cleaned                                                    50                 50                 100               100%


Efficiency Measures
% of all malfunctions detected via SCADA                                            90%                90%                90%              0%
Power consumption (KWH/month/LS)                                                  19,500             19,000             19,500             3%


Effectiveness Measures
% of LS connected to SCADA system                                                   94%                94%                95%              1%
Number of resident complaints of LS malfunction                                        <10                <10             <10              0%




                                                                    417
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                             FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                    Utilities - Gravity Sewer System Repair & Maintenance

Program Description
This program is responsible for ensuring that sewer discharges into the City's collection system from all connected dwelling units
are contained and safely transported through 220 miles of gravity mains and over 5,000 manholes to the receiving lift station
facilities. By ensuring containment, the program also ensures that the amount of groundwater infiltration and rain water inflow (I/I)
are minimized, as I/I reduces effective pipe flow, pumping and treatment plant capacities. The outcome of excessive I/I are greater
incidence of sewer overflows, high wastewater pumping, treatment and capital upgrade costs.


Goals
           ■         To provide Miramar's residents and other customers with uninterrupted sewer services 24 hours a
                     day, 365 days a year.
           ■         To provide efficient customer service 365 days a year.
           ■         To ensure the structural integrity of gravity mains and manholes through TV inspections and timely
                     repairs of defects.
           ■         To ensure maximum storage capacity of gravity mains and manholes through routine vacuum
                     truck cleaning activities.
           ■         To minimize amount of I/I entering the collection system by ensuring structural integrity and
                     installing manhole inserts.
Staff
A total of 6 full-time employees carry out the functions of this program:
                                                                                   FY 07           FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                     Cross-Program*        Actual          Actual         Budget         % Change
Wastewater Assistant Superintendent                                                  1               1               1             0.0%
Jet-Vac/Video Operator II                                                            1               1               1             0.0%
Jet-Vac/Video Operator I                                                             1               1               1             0.0%
Collection System Operator II                                                        1               1               1             0.0%
Collection System Operator I                                                         2               2               2             0.0%
Total                                                              -                 6               6               6             0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                       $      408,000 $       490,458 $       490,458       0.0%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                -               -               -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                              182,000         187,086         191,775       2.5%
                     Capital Expenses                                                                       -               -        -
                     Total                                                    $       590,000 $       677,544 $       682,234      0.7%

                     Dedicated Revenues                        Account #
                     None                                          -



Performance Measures                                                               FY 07           FY 08           FY 09        FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                   Actual          Actual         Budget         % Change
Workload Indicators
# of sewer main/lateral blockages cleared                                         59 / 217         28 / 95        50 / 175       79% / 84%
Linear feet of sewer lines cleaned                                                 88,651          45,000          45,000           0%
Linear feet of sewer lines televised                                               33,957          45,000          45,000           0%
Linear feet of pipe joints grouted                                                 3,142              -            30,000          100%
# of manholes inspected/cleaned                                                   324 / 150       400 / 250       350 / 200     -13% / -20%


Efficiency Measures
Average man-hour usage per blockage cleared                                         2.5             2.5             2.5             0%
I/I as % of average daily flow thru collection system                               30%             27%             25%             -7%


Effectiveness Measures
% of resident complaints resolved within 24 hours                                  100%            100%            100%             0%
% of resident complaints resolved by resident                                       30%             30%             30%             0%
Linear feet of gravity sewers U-lined                                              3,142           3,100           3,000          100.0%




                                                                    418
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                          FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                     Utilities - Line Repair, Replacement and Maintenance

Program Description
This program is responsible for minor installations and major repairs to the City's collection system requiring excavation. The
program covers 220 miles of gravity mains, over 5,000 manholes, 74 miles of pressurized force mains (FM) and over 300 FM
valves. This program is also responsible for the maintenance and repair of the City's 37 miles of reuse water mains and flushing
hydrants, and for providing locating services for all underground water, sewer and reuse pipes upon request from other City
departments, the general public and the development community.


Goals
            ■        To ensure an uninterrupted flow of sewage from the lift stations to the receiving treatment
                     facilities.
            ■        To detect, uncover and eliminate force main sewage leaks in a safe and efficient manner.
            ■        To ensure efficient responses to Signal 2 (sewer back-up) callouts by installing service line
                     cleanouts.
            ■        To maintain the integrity of the reclaimed water lines by cleaning/flushing and repairing leaks
                     safely and efficiently.
            ■        To provide accurate underground utility location services.
            ■        To comply with all City of Miramar utility standards, applicable rules and regulations of Broward
                     County and FDEP.

Staff
A total of 6 full-time employees carry out the functions of this program:
                                                                                  FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                     Cross-Program*       Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Wastewater Assistant Superintendent                                                 1              1               1            0.0%
Lead Wastewater System Operator                                                     1              1               1            0.0%
Utility Locator II                                                                  1              1               1            0.0%
Utility Locator I                                                                   1              1               1            0.0%
Collection System Operator I                                                        2              2               2            0.0%
Total                                                              -                6              6               6            0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                       $     350,000 $      420,393 $      420,393       0.0%
                     Services Contracted Out                                               -              -              -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                             162,000        166,625        170,644       2.4%
                     Capital Expenses                                                      -              -              -        -
                     Total                                                    $      512,000 $      587,018 $      591,037      0.7%

                     Dedicated Revenues                        Account #
                     None                                          -



Performance Measures                                                              FY 07          FY 08           FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                  Actual         Actual         Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
L.F. of sewer line repairs completed                                               429             -             275            100%
# of eastern collection cleanouts installed                                        51              -              60            100%
# of FM valves exercised, repaired or replaced                                     202            300            270            -10%
# of locate tickets completed                                                     6,125            -            5,000           100%


Efficiency Measures
Average man-hour usage per L.F. of line repaired                                   55              -              47            100%
Average man-hour usage per cleanout installation                                    8              -              6             100%


Effectiveness Measures
# of sewer leaks repaired per month                                                17              -              23           100.0%
# of lines damaged due to inaccurate locates                                        1              -              -               -




                                                                    419
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                 FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                        Utilities - West Water Treatment

Program Description
This program provides quality potable water service to the citizens of western Miramar which ensures their health, safety, and
welfare. The water produced meets all Federal and State Regulatory Standards mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA), the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), and the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD).
The operation of this program provides potable water on demand 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.


Goals
            ■        To ensure that the level of services our citizens have come to expect is maintained.
            ■        To maintain treated water quality and meet drinking water standards as per regulatory
                     requirements.
            ■        To provide western Miramar residents quality water at a continuous pressure and flow 24 hours
                     per day.
            ■        To begin a plant R.O. (alternative source) expansion based on two Floridian Aquifer Wells.
            ■        To comply with the Consumptive Use Permit (CUP) and Well Field Protection Program as per
                     State Regulatory Agencies.
            ■        To utilize the latest technology and treatment processes to ensure an efficient fiscally responsible
                     operation.
Staff
A total of 11 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                      FY 07           FY 08            FY 09         FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                         Cross-Program*       Actual          Actual          Budget          % Change
Assistant Utility Manager                                                               1               1                1               0%
Water Plant Operator A                                                                  1               1                1               0%
Water Plant Operator B                                                                  4               4                4               0%
Water Plant Operator C                                                                  1               1                1               0%
Water Plant Day, Evening and Night Shifts Supervisors                                   3               3                3               0%
Administrative Secretary II                                                             1               1                1               0%
Total                                                                  -               11              11               11               0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs

Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                           $     1,955,743 $     1,948,277 $     2,174,569        12%
                     Services Contracted Out                                                    -               -                -         -
                     Operating Expenses                                                  935,022        1,243,347        753,533        -39%
                     Capital Expenses                                                    147,903                -          96,500       100%
                     Total                                                        $     3,038,668 $     3,191,624 $     3,024,602       -5.2%

                     Dedicated Revenues                            Account #
                     None                                              -



Performance Measures                                                                  FY 07           FY 08            FY 09         FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                      Actual          Actual          Budget          % Change
Workload Indicators
Average daily demand vs. permitted capacity                                           6.49/7.50       6.90/7.50       7.50/9.25         8.8%
Plant water loss (Raw vs. Treated)                                                      20%             20%             20%             0.0%
Compliance with permits and testing for west well fields                               100%            100%            100%             0.0%
Broward County rating of operating conditions                                           98%             98%             99%             1.0%
New Service Connections                                                                 682             800             940             17.5%

Efficiency Measures
Personnel cost per million gallons                                                     $514            $510            $470             -7.8%
Energy cost per million gallons                                                        $312            $250            $250             0.0%
Chemical cost per million gallons                                                      $238            $190            $190             0.0%
Operating cost per million gallons                                                     $395            $310            $270            -12.9%
Total cost per million gallons                                                        $1,220          $1,260          $1,180            6.4%

Effectiveness Measures
Daily Water Production (average mgd)                                                    6.49            6.9             7.50            8.8%
Number of water quality complaints per year                                             11               7               5             -28.5%
Number of Skids cleaned per year                                                        10              10              10              0.0%
Number of license and permit renewal per year                                            6               6               6              0.0%



                                                                        420
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                              FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                       Utilities - Water Quality Assurance/Quality Control

Program Description
This program provides a vital service to the citizens of Miramar that ensures their health, safety, and welfare is protected while at
the same time making their community a better place to live. This program provides water quality monitoring compliance with the
Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) for the East and West water plants and the Clean Water Act (CWA) for the Wastewater
Reclamation Facility. It provides quality assurance and control for the water treatment process and protection of the wastewater
treatment process from in-coming domestic and commercial waste.


Goals
            ■        To ensure that the level of services our citizens have come to expect is maintained.
            ■        To ensure that the City water meets drinking water standards by performing 3,000 tests annually
                     to protect public health as required by the SDWA.
            ■        To ensure wastewater disposal meets permit requirements by performing 5,500 tests annually as
                     required by the CWA.
            ■        To ensure that reclaimed water is safe for unrestricted public access/irrigation use.
            ■        To perform analyses on water quality complaint samples and respond to residents in a timely and
                     courteous manner.
            ■        To deliver/distribute 33,000 Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR) to residents and business
                     customers by July 1st annually.
Staff
A total of 6 full-time employees are utilized with the operation of this program.
                                                                                  FY 07            FY 08             FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
Position                                                     Cross-Program*       Actual           Actual           Budget        % Change
Laboratory Technician II                                                            3                3                 3            0.0%
Chemist                                                                             2                2                 2            0.0%
Compliance Technician/Inspector II                                                  1                1                 1            0.0%
Total                                                              -                6                6                 6            0.0%
            * Denotes employees utilized in other programs


Program Appropriations
                     Personnel Services                                       $            -   $            -   $     260,000       100%
                     Services Contracted Out                                               -                -                -        -
                     Operating Expenses                                                    -                -         199,819       100%
                     Capital Expenses                                                      -                -          10,792       100%
                     Total                                                    $            -   $            -   $     470,611      100.0%

                     Dedicated Revenues                        Account #
                     None                                          -



Performance Measures                                                              FY 07            FY 08             FY 09       FY 08- FY 09
                                                                                  Actual           Actual           Budget        % Change
Workload Indicators
Lab tests for plants and new water main clearances                                  -                -              9,700           100%
Development tests revenue collected                                                 -                -              $3,500          100%
Number of water quality complaints tests                                            -                -               200            100%
Number of CCR's delivered to customers                                              -                -              33,000          100%
Number of pretreatment permits issued                                               -                -                32            100%
Pretreatment revenue collected                                                      -                -              $4,800          100%


Efficiency Measures
% of reports submitted by deadline                                                  -                -               95%            100%
% of proficiency tests completed                                                    -                -               95%            100%
% of water complaints resolved in 48 hrs                                            -                -               95%            100%


Effectiveness Measures
Compliance with EPA regulations                                                     -                -              100%            100%
Compliance with FDOH certifications                                                 -                -               95%            100%
Compliance with pretreatment regulations                                            -                -              100%            100%




                                                                    421
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                          FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                Utilities-Stormwater Maintenance
                                                       Expenditure Budget
                                                          410-50-535-538

                                                               Actual        Actual   Budgeted   Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                         FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008    FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                           341,533       391,238    449,950    440,000       947,200
1400              Overtime                                     25,290        14,873     20,400     20,000         8,200
1402              Overtime-Special Events                           -         5,077          -          -             -
1560              Holiday Pay                                       -         1,109          -          -             -
2100              FICA                                         26,205        30,220     35,982     35,200        72,500
2210              Pension-General                              57,685        65,526     94,216     94,200       223,300
2280              Pension-Management                                -         3,836      9,198      9,200             -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                       68,368        71,193    103,522     85,000       174,800
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                       12,277        16,300     26,444     23,000        86,500
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                   2,742         1,573      3,254      2,500         6,200
2400              Worker's Comp                                41,197        43,284     16,423     16,400        75,100
                  Sub-Total                                   575,296       644,229    759,389    725,500     1,593,800

                  Contractual Services
3110              Prof. Svcs.-Engineering                           -             -      8,000      8,000       15,000
3400              Contractual Services                         22,217             -      1,800      1,800        1,800
3450              Aquatic Plant Control                             -        10,687      5,500      5,500        1,300
                  Sub-Total                                    22,217        10,687     15,300     15,300       18,100

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                                65           392          -          -        1,200
4100              Communication Services                        4,125         2,681      4,607      4,500        4,300
4400              Lease-Equipment                                   -           180      3,000      3,000        4,500
4500              Insurance                                     3,602         5,403     20,431     20,400       26,300
4610              R&M Vehicles                                 64,072        95,753     54,590     54,600       81,000
4640              R&M Machinery                                   463         1,013      1,500      1,200        1,500
4663              R&M Stormwater                               47,408        38,473     58,505     56,800       52,000
4673              Landfill & Trash                              2,680           341      2,500      2,200        2,500
4700              Printing & Binding                                -            79      1,000        900          500
4920              Licenses/Permits                             13,499        14,409     23,680     23,700       27,100
                  Sub-Total                                   135,913       158,724    169,813    167,300      200,900

                  Commodities
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                              20,885        23,031     23,975     21,000       35,000
5240              Uniforms                                      2,900         3,165      5,348      4,500        4,600
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                       995         1,092        950        900        1,000
5248              Protective Clothing                              74           404        620        500        1,200
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                         900         1,214      1,230      1,200        1,200
5280              Chemicals                                    13,784        10,378     10,269     10,300        9,300
5290              Operating Supplies                            2,997         3,051      3,060      3,000        3,100
                  Sub-Total                                    42,535        42,336     45,452     41,400       55,400

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscription/Memberships                      1,535         1,335      2,080      1,900        1,800
5450              Training                                      2,268         2,514      3,800      3,000        2,400
5900              Contingency                                   1,578           492        500        500          500
                  Sub-Total                                     5,380         4,342      6,380      5,400        4,700

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                     2,295             -          -          -       14,000
6250              Vehicle replacement                          12,182             -          -          -            -
6470              Computer Equipment                                -         1,037          -          -            -
                  Sub-Total                                    14,477         1,037          -          -       14,000


                  Total                                       795,818       861,355    996,334    954,900     1,886,900




                                                               422
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                        FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                           Utilities-Administration Operations
                                                     Expenditure Budget
                                                       410-50-540-536

                                                            Actual         Actual   Budgeted   Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                      FY 2006        FY 2007    FY 2008    FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                        225,755        261,896    436,147    436,100       684,400
1400              Overtime                                     635            201      1,084        800         1,600
1560              Holiday Pay                                    -            150          -          -             -
2100              FICA                                      18,683         20,407     33,448     33,400        47,600
2210              Pension-General                            5,719          6,635     13,198     13,200        46,500
2240              Pension-ICMA                              10,676         24,345     36,059     36,100        46,500
2280              Pension-Management                        18,462          3,290     43,828     43,800        72,000
2300              Health - Cafeteria Plan/Wellness           3,728          4,730      5,769      5,800         6,600
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                    16,962         12,730     31,218     31,200        62,900
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                     1,244          9,298     10,449     10,400        27,100
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                2,311          1,349      3,043      3,000         4,500
2400              Worker's Comp                              2,304          2,624      1,163      1,200         2,100
                  Sub-Total                                306,479        347,654    615,406    615,000     1,001,800

                  Contractual Services
3110              Prof. Services-Engineering                31,000         31,990     35,000      5,000       35,000
3190              Prof. Services-Other                      61,995         37,575     40,000     82,000       40,000
3999              Temporary Help                             7,755          6,499      3,000      2,500        3,000
                  Sub-Total                                100,750         76,065     78,000     89,500       78,000

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                          1,558          5,761      7,000      6,000        7,000
4040              Administrative Expense                        57            261      3,000      2,500        3,600
4100              Communications Services                   11,056          7,866     10,500      9,500       13,900
4105              Communications Services-Internet               -              -          -      1,300            -
4402              Lease-Vehicles                                 -          5,529          -      5,500
4440              Copy Machine Costs                             -            345      4,500      4,000        4,500
4500              Insurance                                  5,028          7,542     28,516     28,500       36,700
4610              R&M Vehicles                               2,497          4,454      5,000      4,800        1,600
4650              R&M Office Equipment                           -              -        400        300          400
4700              Printing & Binding                            79             79        300        200          300
4910              Advertising                                    -              -        300        200          300
4990              Other Expense                                507          1,070      3,000      2,900        3,000
                  Sub-Total                                 20,782         32,906     62,516     65,700       71,300

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                            1,319          2,813      5,100      4,000        5,100
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                  601            247      5,120      4,000        5,100
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                            1,521            892      5,500      5,000        5,600
5240              Uniforms                                       -            140      1,000        800        1,000
5290              Operating Supplies                           157              -      1,000        600        1,000
                  Sub-Total                                  3,598          4,093     17,720     14,400       17,800

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships              3,695          4,884      5,000      5,000        5,000
5411              Public Education                               -              -          -          -       20,000
5450              Training                                   1,445          2,954      7,000      6,000        9,000
5900              Contingency                                5,367          5,618     20,000      6,000       30,000
                  Sub-Total                                 10,507         13,456     32,000     17,000       64,000

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6470              Computer Equipment                         9,924              -          -          -             -
                  Sub-Total                                  9,924              -          -          -             -


                  Total                                    452,040        474,174    805,642    801,600     1,232,900




                                                            423
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                              FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                      Utilities Administration
                                                         Expenditure Budget
                                                            410-50-545-536

                                                                 Actual         Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                           FY 2006        FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                            589,847        672,477      773,184     765,700      831,700
1400              Overtime                                      12,233          3,382        1,560       1,500        1,600
1560              Holiday Pay                                        -            381            -           -            -
2100              FICA                                          39,633         46,800       59,268      55,600       61,800
2210              Pension-General                               17,888         12,854       26,202      26,200       23,000
2240              Pension-ICMA                                  66,330         63,244       89,682      89,700       80,800
2280              Pension-Management                            15,690         19,058            -      18,600       32,800
2300              Health - Cafeteria Plan/Wellness               3,875          2,699        5,769       5,800        6,600
2304              Health Insurance-PPO                          34,392         51,174      115,797     115,800      143,300
2305              Health Insurance-HMO                          28,433         22,043       26,478      26,500       32,600
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                    4,483          2,476        5,507       5,500       15,800
2400              Worker's Comp                                  4,390          4,468        4,365       4,400        4,000
                  Sub-Total                                    817,193        901,055    1,107,812   1,115,300    1,234,000

                  Contractual Services
3110              Professional Services-Engineering             37,600         57,649      70,000      70,000       80,000
3400              Contractual Services                          18,074         61,803      69,962      70,000       57,100
3999              Temporary Help                                     -          2,006           -           -            -
                  Sub-Total                                     55,674        121,457     139,962     140,000      137,100

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                                234          1,932       1,564       1,600        1,500
4040              Administrative Expense                         1,163          1,257         200         200          800
4100              Communications Services                       11,021             48       7,729       7,700        7,600
4200              Postage                                        1,598          2,394         500         600          500
4300              Utilities                                      2,733          1,374           -           -            -
4440              Copy Machine Costs                             5,876          6,119       7,920       7,900        9,800
4500              Insurance                                      5,028          7,542      28,516      28,500       36,700
4610              R&M Vehicles                                   2,425          2,990       1,800       1,800        2,900
4650              R&M Office Equipment                               -              -       1,420       1,200        1,400
4700              Printing & Binding                             1,158            942       3,270       3,300        3,300
4920              License/Permit Fees                                -             35         150         200          400
4990              Other Expense                                      -              -         300         300          500
                  Sub-Total                                     31,236         24,632      53,369      53,300       65,400

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                                3,845          3,267       4,495       4,000        4,500
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                      422          1,602       3,450       2,000        4,000
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                                3,404          3,412       4,000       4,000        8,700
5240              Uniforms                                         354            405         365         400          700
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                        2,906          4,837       8,095       8,100        8,100
5266              Photography                                        -              -         400           -          400
5290              Operating Supplies                                 -              -         500         500          500
                  Sub-Total                                     10,930         13,523      21,305      19,000       26,900

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                  3,073          1,388       1,735       1,700        1,800
5440              Tuition Assistance                             1,570          4,500      10,500      10,500        9,000
5450              Training                                       2,386          2,900       5,040       4,500        5,600
5900              Contingency                                    8,147          7,354      15,000      15,000       45,000
                  Sub-Total                                     15,176         16,142      32,275      31,700       61,400

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6470              Computer Equipment                            14,200          8,802            -           -            -
                  Sub-Total                                     14,200          8,802            -           -            -

                  Grants & Aids
8281              Utilities Scholarship-BCC                       5,000              -      5,000       4,000        5,000
                  Sub-Total                                       5,000              -      5,000       4,000        5,000


                  Total                                        949,408       1,085,610   1,359,723   1,363,300    1,529,800
                                                                424
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                           FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                  Utilities-East Water Plant
                                                      Expenditure Budget
                                                         410-50-560-533

                                                              Actual         Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                        FY 2006        FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                          522,272       586,849      621,614    460,900      581,900
1400              Overtime                                    76,539        65,641       46,200     46,200       46,200
1560              Holiday Pay                                 31,033        40,852       33,600     49,800       33,600
2100              FICA                                        46,518        51,971       53,658     42,600       44,500
2210              Pension-General                             83,077        94,662      139,928    139,900      139,700
2240              Pension-ICMA                                 1,268         2,621        2,751      2,800            -
2241              PEBSCO 457                                      90             -            -          -            -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                      65,464        81,330       86,136     60,900      108,500
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                      18,921        20,842       24,416     23,700       11,000
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                  3,950         2,321        4,507      6,000        3,700
2400              Worker's Comp                               40,687        43,722       16,796     18,300       26,200
                  Sub-Total                                  889,817       990,811    1,029,606    851,100      995,300

                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                        93,399       101,992     120,000     120,000      225,300
                  Sub-Total                                   93,399       101,992     120,000     120,000      225,300

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                              388             -       1,190           -        1,200
4100              Communication Services                       3,085         2,481       3,187       2,200        3,200
4300              Utilities                                  220,182       254,563     200,000     194,700      200,000
4400              Lease-Equipment                              3,873         4,162       4,236       4,200        4,200
4404              Lease-Computers                                  -             -           -           -
4440              Copy Machine Costs                           5,412         7,209       5,500       5,500        5,500
4500              Insurance                                   32,573        48,860     184,746     201,500      238,000
4610              R&M Vehicles                                12,618        10,361      12,929      13,000        2,900
4620              R&M Buildings                               10,004        12,454       3,000       3,000        3,000
4669              Landscape & Beautification                   7,160         4,383       1,000       1,000        1,000
4700              Printing & Binding                             217           433         750         700          800
4920              License/Permit Fees                          3,460         3,620       5,195       4,900        5,200
4990              Other Expenses                                 825         1,096       1,071       1,100        1,100
                  Sub-Total                                  299,797       349,621     422,804     431,800      466,100

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                                308           754         783         800          800
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                    667           651         866         900          900
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                              4,819         5,930       5,355       7,100       10,000
5225              Equipment Fuel                                   -             -         321           -          300
5240              Uniforms                                     4,720         5,191       6,477       3,100        5,700
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                      408           427         428         400          400
5248              Protective Clothing                          2,039         1,634       2,142       2,100        2,100
5250              Furniture & Equipment                            -         6,256       1,000       1,000        8,000
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                        758           896       1,000       1,000        1,000
5280              Chemicals                                  167,305       244,926     270,000     260,000      291,200
5281              Testing                                      7,916         8,441       6,000       6,000
5285              Laboratory Supplies                          9,908         9,721      11,000      11,000       11,000
5290              Other Operating Supplies                     1,029           847       1,081       1,100        1,100
                  Sub-Total                                  199,877       285,674     306,453     294,500      332,500

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                  480           484         545         500          500
5440              Tuition Assistance                               -         3,500           -           -            -
5450              Training                                       475         1,835         500         500          500
5900              Contingency                                  1,422         9,035       5,000       5,000       15,000
                  Sub-Total                                    2,377        14,854       6,045       6,000       16,000

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                        -        26,096            -           -      30,000
6470              Computer Equipment                               -             -            -           -       4,500
6703              Renovations                                 39,148        36,000            -           -      40,000
                  Sub-Total                                   39,148        62,096            -           -      74,500


                  Total                                    1,524,416      1,805,049   1,884,908   1,703,400    2,109,700


                                                              425
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                           FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                  Utilities-Electrical Support
                                                       Expenditure Budget
                                                            410-50-565-536

                                                                 Actual       Actual   Budgeted   Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                           FY 2006      FY 2007    FY 2008    FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                             111,337      168,965    214,639    214,000      225,900
1400              Overtime                                        6,116        6,549     17,424     17,000       16,900
1402              Overtime-Special Events                             -        3,028          -          -            -
1560              Holiday Pay                                       393          519      1,536      1,500        1,500
2100              FICA                                            8,654       13,399     17,870     17,800       17,300
2210              Pension-General                                22,580       27,307     59,173     59,000       54,200
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                          8,193       13,245     31,452     31,300       31,800
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                          8,028       10,032     10,449     10,300       10,600
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                     1,074          650      1,622      1,600        1,500
2400              Worker's Comp                                  17,892       19,796     10,665     10,600       12,800
                  Sub-Total                                     184,267      263,491    364,830    363,100      372,500

                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                           41,081       30,199     83,600     83,600       45,100
                  Sub-Total                                      41,081       30,199     83,600     83,600       45,100

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                                   -            8        965        500            -
4100              Communication Services                          3,125        2,345      7,641      5,000        7,600
4440              Copy Machine Costs                              2,887        3,740      1,296      1,200        1,300
4500              Insurance                                       3,428            -     25,923     25,900       33,400
4610              R&M Vehicles                                    6,620        9,087      4,218      4,200        9,500
4630              R&M Electric                                   36,117       47,100     45,635     45,600       47,500
4664              R&M Telemetry                                   3,509       14,179     15,520     15,500       13,400
4665              R&M Air Conditioning                            5,133       11,811     16,500     16,000       16,500
4920              License/Permit Fee                                155            -        320        300          400
                  Sub-Total                                      60,974       88,270    118,018    113,700      129,600

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                                   640          623        706        700          700
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                                   260        2,547      5,075      5,000       11,500
5225              Equipment Fuel                                      -            -         28          -          100
5240              Uniforms                                          975          839      2,382      2,300        2,400
5246              Supplies & Safety Equipment                         -          277        275        200          300
5248              Protective Clothing                               203            -        225        200          200
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                         2,160          294        671        600        1,500
5290              Other Operating Supplies                          344          233        419        400          400
                  Sub-Total                                       4,582        4,813      9,781      9,400       17,100

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                       -            -        270        200          300
5440              Tuition Assistance                                  -            -      2,500      2,500        1,800
5450              Training                                          808          529      4,440      4,000        7,900
5900              Contingency                                     2,197          975      5,000      4,000        5,000
                  Sub-Total                                       3,006        1,504     12,210     10,700       15,000

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                      66,301       47,142          -          -       46,700
6250              Vehicles                                            -        3,343          -          -            -
6470              Computer Equipment                                  -        1,075          -          -            -
                                                Sub-Total        66,301       51,560          -          -       46,700


                  Total                                         360,211      439,837    588,439    580,500      626,000




                                                                 426
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                         FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                         Utilities-Wastewater Reclamation Facility
                                                    Expenditure Budget
                                                       410-50-570-535

                                                            Actual         Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                      FY 2006        FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009
                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                        673,639        733,859     674,036    374,000       673,700
1400              Overtime                                  77,255         86,187      65,800     65,000        65,800
1560              Holiday Pay                               32,277         34,261      30,534     30,500        30,500
2100              FICA                                      56,016         62,489      58,933     58,900        51,500
2210              Pension-General                           85,058         92,846     130,013    130,000       137,100
2240              Pension-ICMA                              18,744         10,646       2,590      2,500         2,800
2280              Pension Management                           697         12,638      12,948     12,900        16,800
2300              Health-Cafeteria Plan/Wellness                 -          1,500           -          -             -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                    89,393         80,714      96,619     96,600       141,400
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                    45,536         48,145      52,789     52,700        35,100
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                5,153          2,934       5,054      5,000         4,500
2400              Worker's Comp                             33,102         34,550      11,661     11,600        23,700
                  Sub-Total                              1,116,870      1,200,770   1,140,977    839,700     1,182,900
                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                     524,131       795,778     659,819     659,000      755,100
                  Sub-Total                                524,131       795,778     659,819     659,000      755,100
                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                             17            473       1,000         800        1,000
4100              Communication Services                     4,991          4,306       5,640       5,600        5,600
4200              Postage                                        -              -         500         100            -
4300              Utilities                                960,230        993,698     900,000     900,000    1,000,000
4330              Utilities-Broward County                       -          4,418       3,600       3,500        4,200
4440              Copy Machine Costs                         2,897          3,320       6,000       5,000        8,300
4500              Insurance                                 19,089         28,634     108,270     108,000      139,500
4610              R&M Vehicles                              30,697         19,097      14,076      14,000       28,500
4620              R&M Buildings                                  -          7,920       2,804       2,800        2,100
4640              R&M Machinery                                575         35,569       4,440       4,000        4,400
4669              Landscape & Beautification                     -          1,050       5,000       5,000        5,000
4700              Printing & Binding                            99              -         500         200          500
4920              License/Permit Fees                        5,454          9,035      11,115      11,000       11,600
4990              Other Expenses                               418              -           -           -            -
                  Sub-Total                              1,024,466      1,107,520   1,062,945   1,060,000    1,210,700
                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                            2,029         1,196       1,200       1,200        1,500
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                  864         1,500       1,518       1,500        2,000
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                           13,250         9,354      14,320      14,000       18,000
5225              Equipment Fuel                                 -             -      30,000      28,000       57,800
5240              Uniforms                                   6,488         7,796       8,274       8,200        8,300
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                  1,045             -       1,279       1,200        3,100
5248              Protective Clothing                        2,473         5,024       5,150       5,100        7,000
5250              Furniture & Equipment                        710         1,000       1,082       1,000        1,300
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                    1,648         3,595       3,000       3,000        3,000
5280              Chemicals                                155,316       166,587     379,623     379,600      414,000
5281              Testing                                    6,824        11,240      11,234      11,200            -
5285              Laboratory Supplies                        6,935         7,915       9,000       8,500        9,000
5290              Operating Supplies                         1,487         1,655       2,000       1,500        2,000
                  Sub-Total                                199,069       216,863     467,680     464,000      527,000
                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                350           775         740         700          900
5440              Tuition Assistance                             -           856           -           -            -
5450              Training                                   1,616         1,150       2,180       2,100        2,200
5900              Contingency                               20,238        28,865      10,000      10,000       10,000
                  Sub-Total                                 22,204        31,646      12,920      12,800       13,100
                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                 21,032        53,919            -           -     101,500
6470              Computer Equipment                             -         2,935            -           -           -
6703              Renovations                               49,899                          -           -           -
                  Sub-Total                                 70,931        56,854            -           -     101,500


                  Total                                  2,957,671      3,409,431   3,344,341   3,035,500    3,790,300


                                                            427
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                          FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                   Utilities-Plant Maintenance
                                                       Expenditure Budget
                                                          410-50-575-536

                                                               Actual        Actual   Budgeted   Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                         FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008    FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                           263,541       283,924    356,211    356,200      374,000
1400              Overtime                                     15,267         4,175      4,000      4,000        4,000
1560              Holiday Pay                                     764             -          -          -            -
2100              FICA                                         20,681        21,419     27,556     27,600       28,600
2210              Pension-General                              40,611        41,927     53,797     53,800       71,200
2240              Pension-ICMA                                  8,012         2,456      9,660      9,700       10,900
2280              Pension-Management                              582         7,406          -          -            -
2300              Health-Cafeteria Plan/Wellness                    -           438          -          -            -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                       28,698        37,969     55,562     55,600       56,200
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                       16,841        12,628     21,660     21,700       22,000
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                   2,366           801      2,693      2,700        2,500
2400              Worker's Comp                                20,510        19,901      7,591      7,600       16,100
                  Sub-Total                                   417,873       433,045    538,730    538,900      585,500

                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                         39,551        53,773     72,556     72,600       75,600
                  Sub-Total                                    39,551        53,773     72,556     72,600       75,600

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                               100            58      1,560      1,600        1,600
4100              Communication Services                        2,038         1,620      1,920      1,900        1,900
4400              Lease-Equipments                                924         1,144      1,565      1,600        2,500
4500              Insurance                                    12,519        18,779     71,007     71,000       91,500
4610              R&M Vehicles                                    123         3,917      1,350      1,400        3,800
4620              R&M Buildings                                     -             -        250        300          300
4640              R&M Machinery                                44,387       107,570    101,315    101,300      101,300
                  Sub-Total                                    60,092       133,088    178,967    179,100      202,900

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                                  79           230        230        200          300
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                       -             -        160        100          200
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                                   -         2,782      2,250      2,300        6,500
5240              Uniforms                                      3,274         3,708      3,842        380        3,800
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                         -             -        500        500          500
5248              Protective Clothing                               -             -        403        400          900
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                       5,154         9,256     10,820     10,800        9,300
5290              Other Operating Supplies                        197             -        332        300          500
                  Sub-Total                                     8,705        15,976     18,537     14,980       22,000

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                    66            43        100        100          100
5450              Training                                        678         1,024      2,770      2,800        2,800
5900              Contingency                                   4,050         4,104      5,000      5,000        5,000
                  Sub-Total                                     4,794         5,171      7,870      7,900        7,900

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                     5,971        40,775          -          -       42,200
                  Sub-Total                                     5,971        40,775          -          -       42,200


                  Total                                       536,985       681,829    816,660    813,480      936,100




                                                               428
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                         FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                           Utilities-Transmission & Distribution
                                                     Expenditure Budget
                                                       410-50-580-533

                                                             Actual        Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                       FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                         882,043       820,760     778,890     778,900      727,500
1400              Overtime                                   98,698        74,568      38,504      38,500       38,500
1402              Overtime-Special Events                         -         1,250           -           -            -
1560              Holiday Pay                                 1,799            99       1,291       1,300        1,300
2100              FICA                                       71,640        65,491      62,629      62,600       55,700
2210              Pension-General                           119,439       127,274     172,018     172,000      159,300
2240              Pension-ICMA                               18,827        12,855       8,545       8,500        8,900
2280              Pension-Management                            765        12,258           -           -            -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                    132,215       106,611     140,462     140,500      152,500
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                     55,057        55,398      51,030      51,000       48,700
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                 6,711         3,844       5,889       5,900        4,900
2400              Worker's Comp                              47,133        48,746      18,554      18,600       28,000
                  Sub-Total                               1,434,327     1,329,154   1,277,812   1,277,800    1,225,300

                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                      11,173          5,900      4,700       4,700       85,000
                  Sub-Total                                 11,173          5,900      4,700       4,700       85,000

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                            885             72        466         500            -
4100              Communication Services                     9,308          7,141      6,150       6,200        5,500
4200              Postage                                      916            734          -           -            -
4400              Lease-Equipment                                -          1,135      2,070       2,100        1,100
4440              Copy Machine Costs                         2,410          2,329      2,564       2,600        2,600
4500              Insurance                                 56,289         84,434    319,257     319,300      411,300
4610              R&M Vehicles                              65,902         75,442     48,824      48,800       75,400
4640              R&M Machinery                              2,489          3,705      4,286       4,300        4,300
4661              R&M Distribution System                   21,269         42,872     30,000      30,000       76,100
4700              Printing & Binding                           916            429      3,480       3,480        3,500
4920              License/Permit Fees                            -              -        200         200            -
4990              Other Expenses                               462            511        825         800          800
                  Sub-Total                                160,848        218,804    418,122     418,280      580,600

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                            2,128          2,529      2,189       2,200        2,200
5210              Water Meters                                   -              -          -           -       30,000
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                           61,698         53,533     62,000      62,000       73,500
5240              Uniforms                                   9,298          8,148      8,754       8,800        9,000
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                  2,330            758      2,889       2,900        3,000
5248              Protective Clothing                        2,928            548      3,533       3,500        3,500
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                    4,094          4,572      4,607       4,600        4,600
5260              Consumable Equipment                           -              -        259         300          300
5290              Operating Supplies                         6,003         13,859     14,618      14,600       14,600
                  Sub-Total                                 88,479         83,946     98,849      98,900      140,700

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                406          3,004        620         600          500
5440              Tuition Assistance                         1,845            813          -           -            -
5450              Training                                   6,289          7,643      9,460       9,500       12,600
5900              Contingency                                8,693          8,602      5,000       5,000        5,000
                  Sub-Total                                 17,233         20,061     15,080      15,100       18,100

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                 20,480         21,960           -           -      13,500
                  Sub-Total                                 20,480         21,960           -           -      13,500


                  Total                                   1,732,539     1,679,825   1,814,563   1,397,300    2,063,200




                                                            429
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                        FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                         Utilities-East Wastewater Collection
                                                   Expenditure Budget
                                                     410-50-590-535

                                                           Actual         Actual    Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                     FY 2006        FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                       739,961       803,534      951,710     951,700      929,400
1400              Overtime                                 81,831        68,035       71,424      71,400       71,400
1402              Overtime-Special Events                       -           761            -           -            -
1560              Holiday Pay                               2,007            75        2,000       2,000        2,000
2100              FICA                                     60,103        65,344       78,423      78,400       71,100
2210              Pension-General                         133,540       150,803      214,234     214,200      211,300
2240              Pension-ICMA                                931         5,817            -           -        6,800
2280              Pension-Sr. Mgmt.                             -           642            -           -            -
2300              Health-Cafeteria Plan/Wellness                -           525            -           -            -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                   62,732        57,992       69,406      69,400       83,900
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                   75,319        92,111      127,985     128,000      127,100
2306              Life & Disability Insurance               6,349         3,587        7,195       7,200        6,200
2400              Worker's Comp                            50,193        51,328       19,063      19,100       35,100
                  Sub-Total                             1,212,966     1,300,552    1,541,440   1,541,400    1,544,300
                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                    146,827       115,711      625,504     625,500      239,600
3987              Hollywood-Large User                  1,491,526     1,083,627      540,000     540,000    1,204,500
                  Sub-Total                             1,638,354     1,199,338    1,165,504   1,165,500    1,444,100
                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                          142            183         800         800        1,000
4100              Communication Services                  16,094         11,342      20,579      20,600       21,800
4300              Utilities                              216,664        256,600     255,120     255,100      281,300
4400              Lease-Equipment                          2,218          1,789       3,360       3,400        1,200
4440              Copy Machine Costs                       4,137          5,822       1,637       1,600        1,600
4500              Insurance                               45,272         67,908     256,771     256,800      330,800
4610              R&M Vehicles                            90,654        122,237      35,015      35,000       77,500
4620              R&M Buildings                            3,448          2,158       5,500       5,500        5,600
4640              R&M Machinery                           10,450         13,725      19,052      19,100       19,600
4662              R&M Lift Stations (Minor)               80,261         83,018      93,787      93,800       93,800
4700              Printing & Binding                          48              -          50         100          100
4920              License/Permit Fees                      1,235             75       1,522       1,500        1,500
4990              Other Expense                            5,441         12,532      15,840      15,800       15,800
                  Sub-Total                              476,064        577,389     709,033     709,100      851,600
                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                          1,379          1,420       1,469       1,500        1,500
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                237             86         360         400          400
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                         48,673         37,501      47,961      48,000       65,500
5240              Uniforms                                 6,867          7,259       9,362       9,400        9,700
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                3,243          3,120       2,873       2,900        2,900
5248              Protective Clothing                      3,514          5,309       4,880       4,900        4,900
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                  1,735          1,591       1,503       1,500        1,500
5266              Photography                                299            300         300         300          300
5280              Chemicals                                2,782          2,519       6,425       6,400        6,400
5290              Operating Supplies                       1,345          2,112       1,972       2,000        2,000
                  Sub-Total                               70,075         61,217      77,105      77,300       95,100
                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships              596          2,918       2,815       2,800        1,100
5440              Tuition Assistance                           -          2,825           -           -            -
5450              Training                                   980          2,610       4,845       4,800        4,300
5900              Contingency                              5,025         18,425       5,000       5,000        9,000
                  Sub-Total                                6,601         26,777      12,660      12,600       14,400
                  Dept. Capital Outlay                                                                             -
6204              Equipment                               78,784         28,600            -           -           -
6250              Vehicle Replacement                     17,377          8,522            -           -           -
6470              Computer Equipment                           -          1,493            -           -           -
6605              Lift Station Rehab                      46,933         51,233            -           -      54,400
6805              Telemetry                               74,600          2,384            -           -           -
                  Sub-Total                              217,694         92,232            -           -      54,400

                  Total                                 3,621,753     3,257,506    3,505,742   3,505,900    4,003,900
                                                           430
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                       FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                         Utilities-West Water Treatment Plant
                                                   Expenditure Budget
                                                     410-50-700-533

                                                           Actual        Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                     FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                       692,794       759,096     793,799     793,800      604,300
1400              Overtime                                 68,323        58,472      54,017      54,000       54,000
1560              Holiday Pay                              35,671        36,867      36,911      36,900       36,900
2100              FICA                                     59,389        63,859      67,682      67,700       46,200
2210              Pension-General                          72,716        84,808     126,143     126,100      109,300
2240              Pension-ICMA                             25,113        11,296      12,220      12,200        8,800
2280              Pension-Management                            -        18,821      24,742      24,700       16,300
2300              Health-Cafeteria Plan/Wellness                -           500           -           -            -
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                   76,755        83,588     113,048     113,000       76,700
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                   35,429        42,738      43,070      43,100       46,200
2306              Life & Disability Insurance               4,835         3,027       5,891       5,900        4,000
2400              Worker's Comp                            48,927        53,853      20,754      20,800       25,900
                  Sub-Total                             1,119,953     1,216,927   1,298,277   1,298,200    1,028,600
                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                   186,124        143,795    328,152     328,200      298,100
                  Sub-Total                              186,124        143,795    328,152     328,200      298,100
                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                        1,496              -      3,000       3,000        3,000
4100              Communication Services                  10,479          9,363     14,000      14,000       14,000
4200              Postage                                 11,769         11,372      4,500       4,500            -
4300              Utilities                              628,986        738,817    650,000     650,000      650,000
4400              Lease-Equipments                         4,504          4,382      3,679       3,700        3,700
4440              Copy Machine Costs                       5,391          6,392      5,684       5,700        5,700
4500              Insurance                               27,997         41,996    158,792     158,800      204,600
4610              R&M Vehicles                             9,996          8,246     11,000      11,000        9,500
4620              R&M Buildings                            3,428          7,061      4,500       4,500        4,600
4630              R&M Electric                             9,685          2,777     10,000      10,000       10,000
4640              R&M Machinery                            8,869          9,409      2,500       2,500        2,500
4669              Landscape & Beautification               8,673          1,392      2,000       2,000        2,000
4700              Printing & Binding                       6,732          5,358     12,000      12,000       12,000
4920              License/Permit Fees                      7,882          7,025      9,510       9,500        4,300
4990              Other Expense                            7,526         10,495      8,000       8,000       55,300
                  Sub-Total                              753,413        864,084    899,165     899,200      981,200
                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                          3,097          3,202      3,000       3,000        3,000
5120              Computer Operating Supplies              1,200          1,260      1,260       1,300        1,300
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                          1,997          1,609      5,000       5,000        4,700
5225              Equipment Fuel                               -              -      6,836       6,800        6,500
5240              Uniforms                                 7,095          7,840     10,738      10,700        6,200
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                  215            451        455         500          500
5248              Protective Clothing                      1,259          1,249      1,491       1,500        1,100
5250              Furniture & Equipment                    1,121            395        600         600          600
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                    599            788        800         800          800
5280              Chemicals                              483,521        564,948    543,128     543,100      269,200
5281              Testing                                 21,087          7,842     16,864      16,900            -
5285              Laboratory Supplies                     55,827         52,417     58,000      58,000            -
5290              Operating Supplies                       1,412            825      1,534       1,500        1,500
                  Sub-Total                              578,431        642,825    649,706     649,700      295,400
                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships            1,436          1,616      1,665       1,700        1,800
5440              Tuition Assistance                       4,046          4,695      6,659       6,700            -
5450              Training                                 1,424          5,706      3,000       3,000        3,000
5900              Contingency                             10,976         11,118      5,000       5,000       10,000
                  Sub-Total                               17,883         23,134     16,324      16,400       14,800
                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                4,795         46,188           -           -       6,500
6470              Computer Equipment                       5,521              -           -           -           -
6637              Membrane Element                             -         93,150           -           -           -
6703              Renovations                                  -          8,566           -           -           -
                  Sub-Total                               10,316        147,903           -           -       6,500


                  Total                                 2,666,119     3,038,668   3,191,624   3,191,700    2,624,600

                                                          431
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                           FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                Utilities-Water Quality Laboratory
                                                        Expenditure Budget
                                                          410-50-705-533

                                                               Actual         Actual   Budgeted   Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                         FY 2006        FY 2007    FY 2008    FY 2008      FY 2009

                  Personnel Services
1200              Employee Salaries                                  -            -          -           -      279,500
1400              Overtime                                           -            -          -           -        7,800
1560              Holiday Pay                                        -            -          -           -        3,300
2100              FICA                                               -            -          -           -       21,400
2210              Pension-General                                    -            -          -           -       54,700
2240              Pension-ICMA                                       -            -          -           -        7,200
2304              Health Insurance - PPO                             -            -          -           -       41,800
2305              Health Insurance - HMO                             -            -          -           -       16,100
2306              Life & Disability Insurance                        -            -          -           -        1,900
2400              Worker's Comp                                      -            -          -           -       10,600
                  Sub-Total                                                                                     444,300

                  Contractual Services
3400              Contractual Services                               -            -          -           -       54,600
                  Sub-Total                                                                                      54,600

                  Other Charges & Services
4001              Travel & Per Diem                                  -            -          -           -        1,700
4100              Communication Services                             -            -          -           -        6,500
4400              Lease-Equipment                                    -            -          -           -        4,900
4500              Insurance                                          -            -          -           -       35,000
4610              R&M Vehicles                                       -            -          -           -        3,400
4700              Printing & Binding                                 -            -          -           -       12,000
4920              License/Permit Fees                                -            -          -           -        5,200
4990              Other Expenses                                     -            -          -           -        1,500
                  Sub-Total                                                                                      70,200

                  Commodities
5100              Office Supplies                                    -            -          -           -        1,500
5120              Computer Operating Supplies                        -            -          -           -        1,300
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                                    -            -          -           -        2,900
5240              Uniforms                                           -            -          -           -        5,000
5246              Supplies-Safety Equipment                          -            -          -           -          500
5248              Protective Clothing                                -            -          -           -          800
5250              Furniture & Equipment                              -            -          -           -          600
5251              Small Tools & Equipment                            -            -          -           -          800
5281              Testing                                            -            -          -           -       37,000
5285              Laboratory Supplies                                -            -          -           -       58,000
                  Sub-Total                                          -            -          -           -      108,400

                  Other Operating Expense
5410              Subscriptions and Memberships                      -            -          -           -        1,100
5440              Tuition Assistance                                 -            -          -           -        7,000
5450              Training                                           -            -          -           -        3,000
                  Sub-Total                                          -            -          -           -       11,100

                  Dept. Capital Outlay
6204              Equipment                                          -            -          -           -       10,800
                  Sub-Total                                          -            -          -           -       10,800


                  Total                                              -            -          -           -      699,400




                                                               432
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                     FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                      Utilities
                                                             Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

1400/1560         OVERTIME/HOLIDAY PAY: Overtime is required for the following reasons: (1) repairs to utility lines; (2) holiday shift work, illness,
                  vacation and emergency plant operations; (3) supervision and inspection of construction.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                   $8,200
                  Administration-Operations                                 1,600
                  Utilities Administration                                  1,600
                  East Water Plant                                         79,800
                  Electrical Support                                       18,400
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                              96,300
                  Plant Maintenance                                         4,000
                  Transmission & Distribution                              39,800
                  East Wastewater Collection                               73,400
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               90,900
                  Water Quality Lab                                        11,100
                  Total                                                  $425,100

3110              PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-ENGINEERING: Funding for engineering services required for survey, design, and existing water and
                  sewer projects relating to the current requirements and permitting.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                  $15,000
                  Administration-Operations                                35,000
                  Utilities Administration                                 80,000
                  Total                                                  $130,000

3190              PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-OTHER: Funding for services required for utility rates, impact fees and other professional matters.

                  Total Administration-Operations                         $40,000

3400/3401         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES: This line item represents funds for services performed by outside contractors such as: cleaning, grounds
                  maintenance, repairs to lift stations, laboratory equipment maintenance, landscaping and computer maintenance.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                   $1,800
                  Utilities Administration                                 57,100
                  East Water Plant                                        225,300
                  Electrical Support                                       45,100
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                             755,100
                  Plant Maintenance                                        75,600
                  Transmission & Distribution                              85,000
                  East Wastewater Collection                              239,600
                  West Water Treatment Plant                              298,100
                  Water Quality Lab                                        54,600
                  Total                                                $1,837,300

3450              AQUATIC CONTROL: Provides funding for services provided by outside contractors licensed to chemically treat canals and lakes within
                  the City of Miramar's jurisdiction (i.e., East of University Dr).

                  Total Stormwater Maintenance                             $1,300

3987              LARGE USER CHARGES-HOLLYWOOD: This line represents costs associated with wastewater treatment and transmission paid to the
                  City of Hollywood in accordance with the Hollywood Large User Agreement. Anticipated amount is based on information provided by
                  Hollywood and our estimates of daily flow.

                  Total E Wastewater Collection                        $1,204,500

3999              TEMPORARY HELP : This line item is for outside agencies temporary service to fill in for staff shortage.

                  Total Administration-Operations                          $3,000




                                                                         433
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                           FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                       Utilities
                                                               Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

4001              TRAVEL AND PER DIEM: This represents funding for seminars, training programs, water treatment operator's schooling and newly
                  required field and lift station personnel training under Florida DER Regulation #17-602.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                     $1,200
                  Administration-Operations                                   7,000
                  Utilities Administration                                    1,500
                  East Water Plant                                            1,200
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                                 1,000
                  Plant Maintenance                                           1,600
                  East Wastewater Collection                                  1,000
                  West Water Treatment Plant                                  3,000
                  Water Quality Lab                                           1,700
                  Total                                                     $19,200

4040              ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE: Expenses incurred sponsoring meetings related to the City Manager, Public Hearings, Regulatory Agency
                  visits, etc.

                  Administration-Operations                                  $3,600
                  Utilities Administration                                      800
                  Total                                                      $4,400

4100              COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES: Bell South and AT&T expenses, 48 radios and 38 cell phones

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                     $4,300
                  Administration-Operations                                  13,900
                  Utilities Administration                                    7,600
                  East Water Plant                                            3,200
                  Electrical Support                                          7,600
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                                 5,600
                  Plant Maintenance                                           1,900
                  Transmission & Distribution                                 5,500
                  East Wastewater Collection                                 21,800
                  West Water Treatment Plant                                 14,000
                  Water Quality Lab                                           6,500
                  Total                                                     $91,900

4200              POSTAGE: Bulk and regular mailings, FedEx and UPS delivery .

                  Total Utilities Administration                               $500

4300              UTILITIES: This represents costs associated with utility for the water plant, lift stations, buildings and water usage.

                  East Water Plant                                         $200,000
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                             1,000,000
                  East Wastewater Collection                                281,300
                  West Water Treatment Plant                                650,000
                  Total                                                  $2,131,300

4330              UTILITIES-BROWARD COUNTY SERVICES: This represents costs associated with utilities for Broward County Services.

                  Total W Wastewater Reclamation                             $4,200

4400              LEASE EQUIPMENT: This expenditure represents costs for equipment rental that the City does not have and seldom uses.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                     $4,500
                  East Water Plant                                            4,200
                  Plant Maintenance                                           2,500
                  Transmission & Distribution                                 1,100
                  East Wastewater Collection                                  1,200
                  West Water Treatment Plant                                  3,700
                  Water Quality Lab                                           4,900
                  Total                                                     $17,200




                                                                           434
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                   FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                               Utilities
                                                        Budget Justification
Object Code       Title & Description

4440              COPY MACHINES COSTS: Expenditures for copy machine and related costs.

                  Administration-Operations                        $4,500
                  Utilities Administration                          9,800
                  East Water Plant                                  5,500
                  Electrical Support                                1,300
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                       8,300
                  Transmission & Distribution                       2,600
                  East Wastewater Collection                        1,600
                  West Water Treatment Plant                        5,700
                  Total                                           $39,300

4500              INSURANCE : Expenditures for property and liability insurance.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                           $26,300
                  Administration-Operations                         36,700
                  Utilities Administration                          36,700
                  East Water Plant                                 238,000
                  Electrical Support                                33,400
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                      139,500
                  Plant Maintenance                                 91,500
                  Transmission & Distribution                      411,300
                  East Wastewater Collection                       330,800
                  West Water Treatment Plant                       204,600
                  Water Quality Lab                                 35,000
                  Total                                         $1,583,800

4610              R&M-VEHICLES: Cost for vehicle maintenance.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                          $81,000
                  Administration-Operations                         1,600
                  Utilities Administration                          2,900
                  East Water Plant                                  2,900
                  Electrical Support                                9,500
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                      28,500
                  Plant Maintenance                                 3,800
                  Transmission & Distribution                      75,400
                  East Wastewater Collection                       77,500
                  West Water Treatment Plant                        9,500
                  Water Quality Lab                                 3,400
                  Total                                          $296,000

4620              R&M-BUILDINGS: This represents funding for repair and maintenance of all buildings associated with the Public
                  Works/Utilities functions included in the Utility Fund.

                  East Water Plant                                 $3,000
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                       2,100
                  Plant Maintenance                                   300
                  East Wastewater Collection                        5,600
                  West Water Treatment Plant                        4,600
                  Total                                           $15,600

4630              R&M-ELECTRIC: Cost of electrical maintenance and parts.

                  Electrical Support                              $47,500
                  West Water Treatment Plant                       10,000
                  Total                                           $57,500

4640              R&M-MACHINERY: This line item represents repair and maintenance of all pumps, motors and power equipment utilized
                  in the utilities section, golf carts used by the meter readers, and replacement of pre-filter cartridges.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                           $1,500
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                       4,400
                  Plant Maintenance                               101,300
                  Transmission & Distribution                       4,300
                  East Wastewater Collection                       19,600
                  West Water Treatment Plant                        2,500
                  Total                                          $133,600
                                                                  435
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                         FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                       Utilities
                                                              Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

4650              R&M-OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Repair of miscellaneous office related equipment.

                  Administration-Operations                                   $400
                  Utilities Administration                                   1,400
                  Total                                                     $1,800

4661              R&M DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM: This represents funding for the purchase of all materials and supplies required to maintain meters and to
                  upgrade the City's existing water and sewer mains and fire hydrants.

                  Total Transmission & Distribution                        $76,100

4662              R&M LIFT STATIONS: This represents funding for the maintenance and repair of 48 lift stations city-wide including pump repairs, control
                  system services and parts, painting and lawn mowing.

                  Total E Wastewater Collection                            $93,800

4663              R&M STORMWATER: This represents funding for services used in the maintenance of drainage systems and waterways.

                  Total Stormwater Maintenance                             $52,000

4664              R&M-TELEMETRY: Electronic supplies for telemetry system.

                  Total Electrical Support                                 $13,400

4665              R&M-AIR CONDITIONING: This represents funding for repairs and maintenance related to city-wide air conditioning systems.

                  Total Electrical Support                                 $16,500

4669              LANDSCAPE & BEAUTIFICATION: This represents funding for the maintenance of the three (3) Plants conducted by in-house staff.

                  East Water Plant                                          $1,000
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                                5,000
                  West Water Treatment Plant                                 2,000
                  Total                                                     $8,000

4673              LANDFILL & TRASH: This represents fees associated with transporting debris to the Broward County dump sites.

                  Total Stormwater Maintenance                              $2,500

4700              PRINTING & BINDING: This line item represents special anticipated mailings for compliance with the Safe Water Drinking Act, service
                  related door hangers, meter cards and books.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                      $500
                  Administration-Operations                                    300
                  Utilities Administration                                   3,300
                  East Water Plant                                             800
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                                  500
                  Transmission & Distribution                                3,500
                  East Wastewater Collection                                   100
                  West Water Treatment Plant                                12,000
                  Water Quality Lab                                         12,000
                  Total                                                    $33,000

4910              ADVERTISING: This line item supports specialized advertising in the recruitment of utilities staff and public notices.

                  Total Administration-Operations                             $300

4920              LICENSES/PERMIT FEES: This line item represents funding for permits associated with wastewater and water, permits, storage tanks
                  registrations, and operation licenses.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                   $27,100
                  Utilities Administration                                     400
                  East Water Plant                                           5,200
                  Electrical Support                                           400
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                               11,600
                  East Wastewater Collection                                 1,500
                  West Water Treatment Plant                                 4,300
                  Water Quality Lab                                          5,200
                  Total                                                    $55,700
                                                                          436
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                 FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                    Utilities
                                                             Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

4990              OTHER EXPENSE: Unanticipated one-time expenditures that are not reflected in these budget justifications such as regulatory agency
                  rule changes.

                  Administration-Operations                               $3,000
                  Utilities Administration                                   500
                  East Water Plant                                         1,100
                  Transmission & Distribution                                800
                  East Wastewater Collection                              15,800
                  West Water Treatment Plant                              55,300
                  Water Quality Lab                                        1,500
                  Total                                                  $78,000

5100              OFFICE SUPPLIES: This represents funding for miscellaneous office supplies for various activities.

                  Administration-Operations                               $5,100
                  Utilities Administration                                 4,500
                  East Water Plant                                           800
                  Electrical Support                                         700
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                              1,500
                  Plant Maintenance                                          300
                  Transmission & Distribution                              2,200
                  East Wastewater Collection                               1,500
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               3,000
                  Water Quality Lab                                        1,500
                  Total                                                  $21,100

5120              COMPUTER OPERATING SUPPLIES: This expenditure includes floppy disks, printer paper and cartridges, miscellaneous software,
                  software upgrades and licenses for department operations.

                  Administration-Operations                               $5,100
                  Utilities Administration                                 4,000
                  East Water Plant                                           900
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                              2,000
                  Plant Maintenance                                          200
                  East Wastewater Collection                                 400
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               1,300
                  Water Quality Lab                                        1,300
                  Total                                                  $15,200

5210              WATER METERS: This represents funding for renewal and replacement meters .

                  Total Transmission & Distribution                      $30,000

5220              GAS, OIL, & LUBE: Maintenance service and fuel for City vehicles.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                $35,000
                  Administration-Operations                               5,600
                  Utilities Administration                                8,700
                  East Water Plant                                       10,000
                  Electrical Support                                     11,500
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                            18,000
                  Plant Maintenance                                       6,500
                  Transmission & Distribution                            73,500
                  East Wastewater Collection                             65,500
                  West Water Treatment Plant                              4,700
                  Water Quality Lab                                       2,900
                  Total                                                $239,000

5225              EQUIPMENT FUEL: This represents fuel for emergency generators and other non-vehicle equipment.

                  East Water Plant                                          $300
                  Electrical Support                                         100
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                             57,800
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               6,500
                  Total                                                  $64,700



                                                                        437
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                 FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                   Utilities
                                                           Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

5240              UNIFORMS: This expenditure represents funding for uniforms for employees in the Utilities Department. Uniform rental (3.55 weekly),
                  safety shoes (75 annually), approximately 300 per person per year.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                $4,600
                  Administration-Operations                              1,000
                  Utilities Administration                                 700
                  East Water Plant                                       5,700
                  Electrical Support                                     2,400
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                            8,300
                  Plant Maintenance                                      3,800
                  Transmission & Distribution                            9,000
                  East Wastewater Collection                             9,700
                  West Water Treatment Plant                             6,200
                  Water Quality Lab                                      5,000
                  Total                                                $56,400

5246              SUPPLIES-SAFETY EQUIPMENT: This expenditure is for safety equipment such as: traffic cones, barricades, gas detectors, etc.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                $1,000
                  East Water Plant                                         400
                  Electrical Support                                       300
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                            3,100
                  Plant Maintenance                                        500
                  Transmission & Distribution                            3,000
                  East Wastewater Collection                             2,900
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               500
                  Water Quality Lab                                        500
                  Total                                                $12,200

5248              PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: This line item provides for protective items such as gloves, safety goggles, full body suits, rubber boots,
                  required breathing apparatus, etc.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                $1,200
                  East Water Plant                                       2,100
                  Electrical Support                                       200
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                            7,000
                  Plant Maintenance                                        900
                  Transmission & Distribution                            3,500
                  East Wastewater Collection                             4,900
                  West Water Treatment Plant                             1,100
                  Water Quality Lab                                        800
                  Total                                                $21,700

5250              FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT: Miscellaneous office furnishings and equipment.

                  East Water Plant                                      $8,000
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                            1,300
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               600
                  Water Quality Lab                                        600
                  Total                                                 $2,500

5251              SMALL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: This expenditure is for the purchase of new and replacement of small hand and power tools and other
                  associated accessories utilized in the Utilities Department.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                $1,200
                  Utilities Administration                               8,100
                  East Water Plant                                       1,000
                  Electrical Support                                     1,500
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                            3,000
                  Plant Maintenance                                      9,300
                  Transmission & Distribution                            4,600
                  East Wastewater Collection                             1,500
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               800
                  Water Quality Lab                                        800
                  Total                                                $31,800
                                                                      438
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                     FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                    Utilities
                                                            Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

5260              CONSUMABLE EQUIPMENT: This represents the costs for plywood, lumber and other needed accessories.

                  Total Transmission & Distribution                        $300

5266              PHOTOGRAPHY: This represents the costs for film and development.

                  Utilities Administration                                 $400
                  East Wastewater Collection                                300
                  Total                                                    $700

5280              CHEMICALS: This line represents funding for different types of chemicals used in water treatment such as: lime, chlorine, fluoride
                  coagulant poly-phosphate, and calcium carbonate remover. Chemicals used in the sewer department include sewer solvent, lift station
                  control, grease eliminator, deodorant blocks and art cleaners.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                 $9,300
                  East Water Plant                                      291,200
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                           414,000
                  East Wastewater Collection                              6,400
                  West Water Treatment Plant                            269,200
                  Total                                                $990,100

5281              TESTING: This line item is for costs incurred for wastewater laboratory analysis required by the City of Hollywood's Large User
                  Agreement, and for related water laboratory analysis required by federal, state, and local regulations.

                  Total Water Quality Lab                               $37,000

5285              LABORATORY SUPPLIES: This line item represents expenditures for the City's water and wastewater plant laboratory and the related
                  equipment and supplies. The laboratory is required to perform quality control and quality assurance on various tests as required by the
                  U.S.E.P.A. and Florida D.E.R. The laboratory also provides services to developers which is a source of revenue.

                  East Water Plant                                      $11,000
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                             9,000
                  Water Quality Lab                                      58,000
                  Total                                                 $78,000

5290              OPERATING SUPPLIES: The anticipated amount of funding required for miscellaneous expenditures not included in other line items.


                  Stormwater Maintenance                                 $3,100
                  Administration-Operations                               1,000
                  Utilities Administration                                  500
                  East Water Plant                                        1,100
                  Electrical Support                                        400
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                             2,000
                  Plant Maintenance                                         500
                  Transmission & Distribution                            14,600
                  East Wastewater Collection                              2,000
                  West Water Treatment Plant                              1,500
                  Total                                                 $26,700

5410              SUBSCRIPTIONS & MEMBERSHIPS: This line item is for membership in the various professional organizations such as: AWWA, APWA,
                  FWPCOA & other professional publications.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                 $1,800
                  Administration-Operations                               5,000
                  Utilities Administration                                1,800
                  East Water Plant                                          500
                  Electrical Support                                        300
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                               900
                  Plant Maintenance                                         100
                  Transmission & Distribution                               500
                  East Wastewater Collection                              1,100
                  West Water Treatment Plant                              1,800
                  Water Quality Lab                                       1,100
                  Total                                                 $14,900

5411              PUBLIC EDUCATION: This line item is for Utilites department Public Outreach and Information Program.

                  Total Administration-Operations                       $20,000
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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                    FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                                     Utilities
                                                             Budget Justification
Object Code       Title & Description

5440              TUITION ASSISTANCE: This line item is to provide funds for educational programs intended to improve employee's job performance.

                  Utilities Administration                                $9,000
                  Electrical Support                                       1,800
                  Water Quality Lab                                        7,000
                  Total                                                  $17,800

5450              TRAINING: This expenditure represents funds needed to attend various seminars such as: AWWA, W.E.F., NIGP, GPASE, FAPPO,
                  NFBPA, and Sacramento Training Correspondence Courses.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                  $2,400
                  Administration-Operations                                9,000
                  Utilities Administration                                 5,600
                  East Water Plant                                           500
                  Electrical Support                                       7,900
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                              2,200
                  Plant Maintenance                                        2,800
                  Transmission & Distribution                             12,600
                  East Wastewater Collection                               4,300
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               3,000
                  Water Quality Lab                                        3,000
                  Total                                                  $53,300

5900              CONTINGENCY: For various unanticipated expenses.

                  Stormwater Maintenance                                    $500
                  Administration-Operations                               30,000
                  Utilities Administration                                45,000
                  East Water Plant                                        15,000
                  Electrical Support                                       5,000
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                             10,000
                  Plant Maintenance                                        5,000
                  Transmission & Distribution                              5,000
                  East Wastewater Collection                               9,000
                  West Water Treatment Plant                              10,000
                  Total                                                 $134,500

6204              EQUIPMENT: This is for the following equipment purchases and replacements: Stormwater-boat to patrol city's canals/waterways 14,000.
                  E Water Plant-Anhydrous Ammonia System 30,000. Level transmitter 1,200, chlorine leak detector 1,200, temperature transmitter 1,050,
                  flow meters 2@ 1,000 each & 1 @5,000, weight scale transmitter 1,500, chlorine analyzer 2,500. electric panels 3@9,900, and chlorine
                  analyzer 2,500 used by Electrical Support for other divisions. Wastewater Reclamation Facility-Secondary digester mixer 7,000, Screw
                  pump 40,000, automatic sampler 5,500 and lift stations pumps 49,000. Plant Maint.- Purchase/replace sludge pump 7,198, ross vale parts
                  4@2,041, slaker 2@8,000 and motor 6@1,800. EWWC-2 hydraulic pump heads @4,000 each, 2 portable shoring equipment @ 2,000
                  each and 1 portable gas pump @1,500. High service motor pump 6,500 at EWWC. Water Quality Lab-ISCO sampler pretreatment 4,837,
                  TOC Software kit, 1,545 and Metals digestion block 4,410 .


                  Stormwater Maintenance                                 $14,000
                  East Water Plant                                        30,000
                  Electrical Support                                      46,700
                  West Wastewater Reclamation                            101,500
                  Plant Maintenance                                       42,200
                  Transmission & Distribution                             13,500
                  West Water Treatment Plant                               6,500
                  Water Quality Lab                                       10,800
                  Total                                                 $265,200

6470              COMPUTER EQUIPMENT: This is for 3 computer work stations for new front office building.

                  Total East Water Plant                                  $4,500

6605              LIFT STATION REHAB: This is for replacing 4 - 20hp pumps which are over 15 years old. The cost is 13,593.50 each.

                  Total East Wastewater Collection                       $54,400

6703              RENOVATION: This is for prep and painting interior and exterior of buildings.

                  Total East Water Plant                                 $40,000

8281              UTILTIES SCHOLARSHIP-BCC: This is an internship program for students to learn about the collection and the water distribution system
                  in Miramar.

                  Total Utilities Administration                          $5,000
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Capital Outlay
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                              FY 2009 Annual Budget

                      Utility Fund Capital Improvement Program
Overview

The Utility Fund Capital Budget accounts for capital improvement projects that cost over $100,000 and are funded by the Utility
Fund.
Included in this year's budget are the following projects:

                 Vehicle Replacement Program
                 Fuel Master Upgrade
                 Sewer Line Rehabilitation
                 Above Ground Fuel Storage Tanks




                                                             441
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                     FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                            Utility Fund Capital Outlay Expenditures

                                            Expenditure & Summary by Category/Division

                                                                        Actual            Actual         Budgeted          Projected           Adopted
Object Code       Expenditures                                         FY 2006           FY 2007          FY 2008           FY 2008            FY 2009

6000/6999         Departmental Capital Outlay                          216,983            16,625           691,000                    -        721,100

                  Total                                                216,983            16,625           691,000                    -        721,100

Division
Number            Division

513               Finance-Utility Billing                                    -            16,625                 -                    -              -
536               Public Works                                               -                 -                 -                    -        167,100
536               Utilities                                            216,983                 -           691,000                    -        554,000

                  Total                                                216,983            16,625           691,000                    -        721,100



                                                             Expenditure Budget
                                                              410-80-800-513/536

                                                                        Actual            Actual         Budgeted          Projected           Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                                  FY 2006           FY 2007          FY 2008           FY 2008            FY 2009

                  Finance-Util Billing-513
6204              Equipment (Fin-1)                                         -             16,625                -                 -                 -
                  Sub-Total                                                 -             16,625                -                 -                 -

                  Public Works-536
6660              Vehicle Replacement Program (CE-22)                       -                   -               -                 -            125,500
6662              Fuel Master System Upgrade (CE-19)                        -                   -               -                 -             41,600
                  Sub-Total                                                 -                   -               -                 -            167,100

                  Utilities - 536
6451              Radio System-Non Public Safety                       204,947                  -              -                  -                -
6470              Computer Equipment (OS-1)                             12,036                  -              -                  -                -
6471              Hansen/PI/SCADA System (U-3)                             -                    -          170,000                -                -
6643              Vehicle Overflow & Storage Facility                      -                    -          400,000                -                -
6664              Sewer Line Rehabilitation Program (IRI-6)                -                    -              -                  -            500,000
6667              Above Ground Fuel Storage Tanks (BI-17)                  -                    -              -                  -             54,000
6648              Monarch Lakes Drainage Improve.(IRI-29)                  -                    -          121,000                -                -
                  Sub-Total                                            216,983                  -          691,000                -            554,000


                  Total                                                216,983            16,625           691,000                -            721,100

                                             Project Description and Budget Justification
6660              VEHICLE REPLACEMENT PROGRAM:              Fleet Maintenance performs a detailed analysis of every vehicle in the City which it updates
                  annually.

                  Total                                                $125,500        CE-22

6662              FUELMASTER SYSTEM UPGRADE: This is Utility's 25% portion to upgrade the city's existing poke-keys FuelMaster Model No FMU-
                  2500 series to the passive handfree Aim2tm FMU-3500 plus series system for 700 vehicles.

                  Total                                                 $41,600        CE-19

6664              SEWER LINE REHABILITATION PROGRAM: This project is intended to enhance infiltration and inflow control in the City's wastewater
                  collection system. These infrastructure improvements would prevent incidents of catastrophic sewer main failures that would pose safety
                  hazards.

                  Total                                                $500,000         IRI-6

6667              ABOVE GROUND FUEL STORAGE TANKS: This project relates to the installatin of two additional 10,000 gallon above-ground fuel tanks
                  and associated infrastructure and equipment to increase the City's fuel storage capabilities to meet future fleet growth and emergency
                  needs.

                  Total                                                 $54,000        BI-17
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Non Departmental
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                   FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                   Utility Fund Non-Departmental
Overview

The Utility Fund Non-Departmental section covers legal contractual services, payment to other local units, debt service and transfers
to other funds.

Debt Service:
                Principal Suntrust - 2003 Franchise Fee Refunding (20%)
                Principal - St Revolving Loan Wastewater & Stormwater
                Interest - Suntrust 2003 FF Refunding
                Interest - Customer Deposits
                Interest - St Revolving Loan Wastewater
                Reserve for Future Debt Service

Transfer to Fund 412, Series 2004 Bond.




                                                                443
City of Miramar, Florida                                                                               FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                Utility Fund Non-Departmental
                                        Expenditure & Summary by Category/Division
                                                                   Actual        Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Expenditures                                    FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009

3000/3999         Contractual Services                             72,278        42,251      60,000      15,000      525,000
4000/4999         Other Charges & Services                        430,940       171,279   2,916,723   2,916,723    2,372,100
5000/5399         Commodities                                      20,875             -           -           -            -
5400/5999         Other Operating Expense                               -             -           -           -            -
6000/6999         Departmental Capital Outlay                      12,488             -           -           -            -
7000/7999         Debt Service                                    102,519       986,860   2,915,943   2,893,674    1,507,800
8000/8999         Grants & Aids                                         -             -           -           -            -
9000/9999         Transfers                                     3,060,120     5,335,952     896,590     896,590      897,600

                  Total                                         3,699,221     6,536,342   6,789,256   6,721,987    5,302,500
Division
Number            Division

514               Legal                                            72,278        42,251      60,000      15,000            -
582               Debt Service                                    102,519       986,860   2,915,943   2,893,674    1,507,800
590               Non-Departmental                              3,524,424     5,507,231   3,813,313   3,813,313    3,794,700

                  Total                                         3,699,221     6,536,342   6,789,256   6,721,987    5,302,500



                                                        Expenditure Budget
                                                         410-90-900-various
                                                                   Actual        Actual   Budgeted    Projected     Adopted
Object Code       Account Description                             FY 2006       FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2008      FY 2009
                  Contractual Services-514
3121              Legal                                           72,278        42,251      60,000      15,000             -
                  Sub-Total                                       72,278        42,251      60,000      15,000             -
                  Payment to Other Local Units-590
3601              Payment in Lieu of Taxes                              -             -    500,000     500,000      525,000
                  Sub-Total                                             -             -    500,000     500,000      525,000
                  Other Charges & Services-590
4003              DS Trfr-Credit Card Services                   182,911       171,279      170,000     170,000            -
4625              R&M Equipment                                  128,559             -            -           -            -
4630              R&M Electric                                    73,931             -            -           -            -
4662              R&M Lift Station-Minor                          45,540             -            -           -            -
4730              Records Retention                                    -             -            -           -       13,000
4998              Administrative Charge for Gen. Fund                  -             -    2,246,723   2,246,723    2,359,100
5220              Gas, Oil & Lube                                 20,875             -            -           -            -
6204              Equipment                                       12,488             -            -           -            -
                  Sub-Total                                      464,303       171,279    2,416,723   2,416,723    2,372,100
                  Debt Service-582
7126              Principal-SunTrust 2003 FF Refunding                  -       85,000      175,000     175,000      181,000
7133              Principal St. Revolve. Loan Wstwtr & Strmwt           -      522,135    1,976,351   1,976,351      745,500
7134              Principal St. Revolve. Loan Wastewater                         7,410                        -            -
7194              Lease Purchase-Kislak                           13,168             -            -           -            -
7225              Interest-SunTrust 2003 FF Refunding             31,900        25,547       27,323      27,323       12,300
7261              Interest-Customer Deposits                      57,451        62,343       75,000      60,000       75,000
7262              Interest-St Revolve. Loan Strmwtr                    -             -            -           -            -
7263              Interest St. Revolving Loan Wstwtr                   -       216,567      348,384     325,000      344,000
7320              Cost of Issuance                                     -        63,970            -           -            -
7999              Reserve for Future Debt Service                      -         3,887      313,885     330,000      150,000
                  Sub-Total                                      102,519       986,860    2,915,943   2,893,674    1,507,800
                  Transfers-590
9110              Transfer to General Fund                      2,057,438     2,139,736          -           -            -
9120              Vacation & Sick Leave                           389,505       284,348          -           -            -
9138              Transfer to Fund 412 Series 2004 Bond           595,590       595,590    896,590     896,590      897,600
9992              Hurricane Wilma                                  17,587             -          -           -            -
                  Sub-Total                                     3,060,120     5,335,952    896,590     896,590      897,600


                  Total                                         3,699,221     6,536,342   6,789,256   6,221,987    5,302,500



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City of Miramar, Florida                                                                                                 FY 2009 Annual Budget

                                                 Utility Fund Non-Departmental
                                                           Budget Justification

Object Code       Title & Description

3601              PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES: This account is for payment that property owners are not subject to taxes and make the city compensate
                  for services that the property owners receive that is normally financed through property taxes.


                  Total                                                $525,000

4730              RECORDS RETENTION: Anticipated cost for preparation of records for microfilming/optical disc scanning; offsite records storage and
                  retrieval, equipment lease and supplies and on-going records management for the City.

                  Total                                                  $13,000

4998              ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGE TO GENERAL FUND: This is for utility expenses charged to general which is in lieu of transfer.

                  Total                                               $2,359,100


7126              PRINCIPAL-SUNTRUST 2003 FF REFUNDING: This account is for the debt service cost for the Utility Fund portion (approximately 20%)
                  of the SunTrust 2003 Franchise Refunding Note.


                  Total                                                $181,000

7133              PRINCIPAL-ST. REVOLVING LOAN WASTEWATER & STORMWATER: In 2001 the City received funding for a 10 year principal and
                  interest payment which is for the debt service cost for Stormwater management facilities.


                  Total                                                $745,500

7225              INTEREST-SUNTRUST 2003 FF REFUNDING: This account is for the debt service cost for the Utility Fund portion (approximately 20%)
                  of the SunTrust 2003 Franchise Refunding Note.


                  Total                                                  $12,300

7261              INTEREST-CUSTOMER DEPOSITS: This account is for the interest paid on customer deposits.

                  Total                                                  $75,000


7263              INTEREST-ST REVOLVING LOAN: This account is for the interest paid on wastewater and stormwater loans.


                  Total                                                $344,000

7999              RESERVE FOR FUTURE DEBT SERVICE: This account is the reserve for future debt service.


                  Total                                                $150,000


9138              TRANSFER TO FUND 412 SERIEW 2004 BOND: This transfer is to allocate costs paid by the Utility Fund for the Utility System
                  Refunding & Improvement 2004 Debt Service Fund.


                  Total                                                $897,600




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