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									CITY OF LAKELAND, FLORIDA
 BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004
                                                                           ROGER
                                                                    ROGER D. HAAR D. HAAR
                                                                   City Manager      City Manager
                                                                   863/834-6006      863-834-6006
                                                                   Fax: 863/834-8402




July 21, 2003



Dear Mayor and Members of the City Commission,

I am pleased to present this proposed budget for the 2004 fiscal year. It has been
a challenge, primarily as the result of the state of the economy. However, we are
blessed. Lakeland has not had the financial difficulties to deal with that are
crippling other cities in Florida and throughout the country. There is a reason for
that: the City Commission, management staff, department directors, and
employees have always worked together for the good of the City and tightened
up when necessary to make things work. I am sad too that this is my last budget.
They have been a major part of my work life for 30 years. Summers just won’t be
the same without them.

The following summarizes the recommendations contained in this document.


PROPERTY TAX

This document includes a proposed property tax millage increase of .55 mil. This
increase is being recommended for public safety purposes. Lakeland’s current
property tax millage is 2.995. It has been at that level since 1991, when the City
Commission agreed to increase it to fund a take-home car program for the
Lakeland Police Department. This budget proposes using the monies derived
from the increase to fund both the Police and Fire Departments.

The City of Lakeland has not added a fire station in the City since 1987, or for 16
years. In 1987, the City was 42 square miles; in 2002 it was 72 square miles. In
1987, the Department received 5082 calls for service; in 2002 it received 15,600.
In 2002, the branch station located at US98N and Bella Vista responded to 5213
calls, more that the entire department responded to in 1987! Between 1987 and
2002, the Department added only four additional full time employees. Six
positions were added in the current year to address the 2 in/2 out mandate, not
additional service demands. Because the City has expanded significantly to the
northeast, response times in that area are excessive and do not meet standards.
It is clearly time to add another station. Some have expressed the opinion that a
station should be added in the Airport area. Run activity does not support that
position at this time.

It is recommended that the City build and staff a new branch station at the
intersection of SR33 and Old Combee Road in the 2004 fiscal year. The property
needed for the station was acquired several years ago. The cost of constructing
and equipping the station is budgeted in the Public Improvement Fund. Monies
are available for the construction from Fire Impact Fee collections. Monies to
staff and operate the station are not available in the General Fund budget without
the proposed tax increase. This project will require the addition of 15 fire
employees to address its seven day a week, 24 hour per day operating
requirements. Three of those employees will be Shift Commanders. The
department plans to divide the City into north and south districts with separate
Commanders to improve supervision and fire scene management. The balance
of the positions will be used to staff the station. Estimated cost of staffing and
operating the station on an annual basis is estimated to be $1,195,380.00. This
will require a property tax millage increase of .35 mills.

The second element of the proposed increase relates to the Lakeland Police
Department. In the ‘90’s, the City took advantage to a variety of federal grant
programs that were purported to make the nation’s cities safer. In 2000, the City
had 77 positions funded through federal grant programs. The majority of them
were so-called sworn positions; those individuals who were on the street and
authorized to carry a gun. Since that time, the grant programs have largely been
eliminated at the federal level, leaving the City the responsibility of eliminating the
positions or finding funding for them. Up to this year, we have been very
fortunate to be able to absorb the vast majority of those positions into the
Department’s operating budget. In the last three years we have absorbed
approximately 40 positions. There are still approximately 32 remaining. In the
coming fiscal year, an additional 9 positions expire. This group includes 6 sworn
and 3 civilian positions.

The Department has also had an aviation unit for several years. The helicopters
used in the program were acquired as federal surplus property, having been
phased out of use in the military. They have been restored largely through
volunteer activity and the use of scavenged spare parts. The single unit currently
in service typically requires an annual operating budget of $100,000.00. While it
has proven useful over the last few years, it is no longer used by the Fire and
Electric Departments, both of which helped pay part of the cost of annual
operation. We are also facing the cost of a major overhaul ($267,000.00) in FY04
and replacement ($1,400,000.00) in FY07. We believed that under the current
financial situation, the program was expendable. The minimum cost of extending
it is $100,000.00.

The cost of funding the nine positions mentioned above and the aviation unit is
$683,618.00. This requires an increase in the property tax of .2 mils. The total



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increase in millage to fund both Police and Fire activities is .54 mils. If we believe
that our corporate purpose is to continuously improve the quality of life in
Lakeland, this increase is justified. Adoption of the increase is recommended.


PROPOSED FEE CHANGES

The proposed budget includes a variety of recommendations on increasing fees
and charges. They are as follows:

          •   A 9% increase in water rates. This increase is needed to fund
              operations of the Northeast Water Plant. We will also be exploring
              modifying the residential block structure and applying a block
              structure to commercial accounts.
          •   An 8% increase in residential and commercial wastewater rates,
              plus a 20% increase in pre-treatment fees. This increase is needed
              to fund construction of a new pre-treatment plant to reduce BOD
              flow to Glendale Plant and install additional sludge handling
              equipment.
          •   An increase in parking lease rates in City garages to $55.00 per
              month for all spaces and an increase to $30.00 for surface parking.
              This increase is consistent with the City Commission’s request to
              bring these rates to market.
          •   An increase in improper parking citations from $7.00 to $10.00.
              Lakeland’s fees for parking violations are low compared to other
              cities and need to become more of a deterrent.
          •   An increase in illegal parking citations from $12.00 to $15.00.
          •   An increase in residential solid waste collection fees from $13.00
              per month to $14.00. Solid waste collection expenses continue to
              grow and must be addressed.
          •   A 5% increase in building permit fees to fund one additional Plans
              Examiner in the Building Inspection Division.


OPERATIONS

A key emphasis is being placed on improving Lakeland Electric’s financial
position. The Department’s management staff is making a major effort to reduce
expenses, modernize operating procedures, and move the utility into a more
profitable position. By reducing or eliminating projects, we have been able to
improve the utility’s cash position. All the changes taken as a whole are also
slowly improving net income. A major effort is underway to resolve issues that
have been unresolved for years. The level of change has certainly affected
morale; however the employees are stepping up and recognizing these changes
are in everyone’s long term best interest. Because of the Utility’s current financial
position, the cash dividend to the General Fund was only increased $75,000.00.



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Unfortunately, donated service had to be increased $500,000.00 because of the
current fuel issues. The Department expects natural gas prices to stay high for
the next year, necessitating a fuel adjustment in the 10 to 12 mil range.

This budget also anticipates the termination of refuse burning at McIntosh Plant.
The expense of burning refuse is not offset by the tipping fees paid by Solid
Waste and the heat value of the refuse as boiler fuel. Worse, burning the refuse
has had a significant impact on the boiler itself causing the premature
deterioration of the boiler tubing. The tubing will have to be replaced during an
extended Spring outage, costing approximately $2.5 million. Burning refuse has
also impacted the unit’s permitting and prevented use of the lime slurry required
to treat the stack gases, forcing it to be land filled and not productively recycled.
We have budgeted a contribution from Electric to Solid Waste to help offset the
loss of the lower tipping fees for the next five years totaling $750,000.00.


PROJECTS

Major Projects to be accomplished in the coming year include the following:

          •   Reconstruction of Griffin Road from Kathleen Road to US98N in
              cooperation with the County.
          •   Completing widening of Edgewood Drive.
          •   Improving the “Verizon” property for public parking.
          •   Improving the Lake Morton shoreline to address erosion issues.
          •   Continuing the Lake Mirror Park project, including construction of
              Barnett Family Park and the reconstruction of Main Street north of
              the lake.
          •   Landscaping M. L. King Avenue.
          •   Landscaping the In-town Bypass.
          •   Constructing a new Northeast Fire Station
          •   Continuing streetscape improvements in the downtown area.
          •   Constructing a new Northeast water treatment plant.
          •   Constructing new wastewater pre-treatment and sludge handling
              facilities.
          •   Acquiring additional land west of Lakeland Linder Regional Airport.


PAY AND BENEFITS

The net increase in the total number of full-time regular employees, less those
funded through the proposed property tax increase, is five. This includes the
addition of five positions needed to operate the new northeast water treatment
plant. The total number of full time positions, including those funded through the
proposed property tax increase, is 2,120.




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The proposed pay adjustment for FY04 is equivalent to a 1% increase in payroll.
The total cost of this adjustment is $1,000,000.00. We anticipate the 1% will be
close to the change in the Consumer Price Index for the current year. We
recommend implementing the increase differently in the coming year. We plan to
provide a one-time payment to all regular full-time employees of $450.00, less
normal deductions. The amount would be paid by separate check on Friday,
November 14, 2003. This payment would be received by all employees,
regardless of pay grade. We are recommending this approach for a couple of
reasons. First, it will not cause the pay plan to move, helping to control long term
growth in payroll. This is an element of the effort to address the current pension
plan under-funding issue. The fixed amount of the payment will also provide a
slightly greater increase for the lower income employees. Regular part time
employees will receive a payment of $225.00 on the same date.

The City’s employee pension plan has been a huge topic of discussion over the
last several months. As you know, the actuary determined the plan to be
approximately $5.6 million under funded. In order to address the shortfall, we are
recommending that the City increase its annual contribution to the plan by 1.5%,
bringing the total contribution to 14.4%. It is currently 12.87%. The proposed
increase will cost approximately $1.5 million in FY04. We will also be increasing
the employee’s contribution by 1% to 8%. No other changes will be made in the
plan for current employees next year. We do recommend changing the plan for
all new employees, effective October 1, 2003. This plan will increase the
retirement age, increase the penalty for early retirement, increase the time used
to average income for benefit computation, and change the credit earned
annually for service. All these changes are designed to increase the retirement
age and reduce the overall cost of the plan. These changes may not be enough
to offset the funding shortfall. As a result, this issue may have to be readdressed
next year.

The health insurance plan has made a major turn around since implementation of
changes and premium increases at the start of FY03. The plan has had positive
income for the entire fiscal year. As a result, we are not recommending a change
in premium for FY04. In order to maintain our effort to keep the plan healthy, we
have included a contribution of $350,000.00 to the plan reserve.


CLOSING

This is my 30th budget. I have been involved in City budget preparation since the
summer I interned in 1974. Things have changed a little since then. The total City
budget was $52 million. Now just the General Fund significantly exceeds that
amount. The property tax millage was 4.896! This budget recommends a millage
of 3.545. The budget was largely prepared on a multi-key, crank operated,
manual adding machine on the then Finance Director’s, “Rut” Schuman’s, desk.
The document itself was prepared on a typewriter on what amounted to



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mimeograph forms by the City Clerk. The budget group worked after hours and
weekends to get the document put together, with the aid of snacks and light
refreshments provided by Cleveland Heights. Today, everything is automated
and changes are made real time. No refreshments are provided. Looking back, it
was much more personal and “fun”. What hasn’t changed is the responsibility
and the need to balance all the competing demands for money and services.
That will always be there.

The City has a great team of employees and elected officials. That’s one of the
key things that makes Lakeland a great place to live and raise a family. Everyone
is proud of what they do and see the City as family. As the City grows and
society changes, that unfortunately will change. We are starting to see some of
that taking place. The organization will collectively need to work together and
keep moving forward to make Lakeland the best it can be.

The annual budget is the roadmap for the City’s future. It is the work of a large
number of people at all levels of the organization. Everyone that has an
involvement in it works hard to make it the best it can be. They all do a great job.
I sincerely appreciate all their help and advice and will miss them.

I hereby submit the proposed budget for FY2004 and respectfully request your
favorable consideration. Thank you for all your support.


Respectfully submitted,



Roger Haar
City Manager




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SUMMARY
               CITY OF LAKELAND
                    Revenues - All Funds
                      Fiscal Year 2004




Charges for Services,
    344,160,732




                                                                      Taxes, 32,170,910

                                                         Intragovernmental,
                                                             15,396,940
                        Prior Year Surplus,
                                              All Other, 18,200,146
                            16,161,377




                    Total = $426,090,105
                         CITY OF LAKELAND
                             Expenses - All Funds
                               Fiscal Year 2004




 Payroll and Benefits,
                                                         Fuel and Purchased
    110,709,707
                                                               Power
                                                            $123,777,876




                                                                 Increase in
Debt Service,                                                     Reserves
 50,390,644                                                       10,626,837



                                                    Capital Projects,
                                                      55,566,963
                         All Other Operating
                                Costs
                              75,018,078




                             Total = $426,090,105
                     CITY OF LAKELAND
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                                            Year
GENERAL FUND
                        CITY OF LAKELAND
                        General Fund Revenues
                           Fiscal Year 2004



                                Communications
                                Services Taxes
                                 $13,060,000
                                                          State Shared
                                                           Revenues
            All Other
                                                           $1,460,000
           $5,434,653

                                                                      General
                                                                    Governmental,
                                                                     $7,122,491




                                                                          Property
                                                                           Taxes
                                                                         $12,134,046
Utility Dividends
 $26,104,996



                                                 Sales Tax
                                                 $4,800,000




                        Total = $70,116,186
                              CITY OF LAKELAND
                              General Fund Expenses
                                 Fiscal Year 2004




                                                     FIre Suppression
                                                        $9,596,355

                                                                          Community
Police Protection                                                        Development
  $24,479,322                                                             $3,301,627



                                                                                   Public Works
                                                                                    $5,025,295




                                                                           Parks and Recreation,
                                                                               $11,051,699

       Utilities and Street                                     Central Services
              Lighting                                            $1,593,580
            $5,423,502               General Governmental
                                          $9,644,806




                               Total = $70,116,186
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                                         CITY OF LAKELAND, FLORIDA
                                               ANNUAL BUDGET
                                           SUMMARY OF ALL FUNDS
                                          FOR FISCAL YEAR 2003 - 04

                                                                       LESS
                                                 PROPOSED           INTRACITY                 NET           PAGE
                                                  BUDGET          TRANSACTIONS              BUDGET        REFERENCE
Revenues
General                                             70,116,186           28,373,039          41,743,147
Transportation                                       8,977,916                                8,977,916
Stormwater Utility                                   3,516,750            1,200,000           2,316,750
Public Improvement                                  16,810,156              543,340          16,266,816
Community Redevelopment Agencies                     2,039,232               70,000           1,969,232
Community Development                                2,124,840                                2,124,840
Debt Service                                           725,662              399,690             325,972
Fleet Management                                     7,147,350            7,147,350
Purchasing and Stores                                2,470,951            2,470,951
Wastewater System                                   21,915,436            3,441,976          18,473,460
Water Utilities                                     31,720,370            4,075,000          27,645,370
Parking System                                         898,122              454,713             443,409
The Lakeland Center                                  6,467,931            2,741,160           3,726,771
Cleveland Heights Golf Course                        2,579,642                                2,579,642
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport                     6,878,118                                6,878,118
Solid Waste Management                              10,168,473              250,000           9,918,473
Lakeland Electric Utilities                        299,720,522           17,020,333         282,700,189

   TOTAL                                           494,277,657           68,187,552         426,090,105

Expenditures
General                                             70,116,186            1,615,043          68,501,143     2 - 82
Transportation                                       8,977,916            1,965,216           7,012,700     83 - 86
Stormwater Utility                                   3,516,750                6,480           3,510,270     87 - 89
Public Improvement                                  16,810,156            2,498,600          14,311,556     90 - 99
Community Redevelopment Agencies                     2,039,232              250,000           1,789,232    100 - 102
Community Development                                2,124,840                  735           2,124,105    103 - 109
Debt Service                                           725,662                                  725,662      110
Fleet Management                                     7,147,350            7,147,350                        111 - 116
Purchasing and Stores                                2,470,951            2,470,951                        117 - 121
Wastewater System                                   21,915,436            5,222,098          16,693,338    122 - 142
Water Utilities                                     31,720,370            7,339,198          24,381,172    143 - 162
Parking System                                         898,122                  735             897,387    163 - 170
The Lakeland Center                                  6,467,931               26,000           6,441,931    171 - 182
Cleveland Heights Golf Course                        2,579,642                                2,579,642    183 - 192
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport                     6,878,118               92,468           6,785,650    193 - 206
Solid Waste Management                              10,168,473            1,182,373           8,986,100    207 - 212
Lakeland Electric Utilities *                      299,720,522           38,370,305         261,350,217    213 - 232

   TOTAL                                           494,277,657           68,187,552         426,090,105

* excludes $16.2 million in capital improvements financed from Reserve for Expansion Fund
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                                       GENERAL FUND REVENUES


                                                                          BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                 Experience     Budget      Experience      Proposed    Adjustments
                                  For Year     For Year      2002-03             by         by
REVENUES                          2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager Commission

TAXES
Ad Valorem Taxes                   9,017,271    9,776,370     9,861,607      12,134,046 ___________
Communications / Utility Tax      11,417,673   12,025,000    12,716,301      13,060,000 ___________
Franchise Taxes                      367,971      225,000       237,000         245,000 ___________

LICENSES & PERMITS
Occupational Licenses              1,267,707    1,240,850     1,187,150       1,223,450 ___________
Building Permits                   1,099,397    1,128,000     1,140,000       1,237,000 ___________

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES
 Federal Grants              748,467              506,321       499,401         416,739   ___________
 State Grants                539,559              461,734       442,116         393,017   ___________
 Local Grants                369,301              483,904       417,346         176,235   ___________
 State Shared Revenues     6,130,364            6,250,000     6,348,000       6,532,000   ___________
 County Shared Revenues      663,335              659,179       668,195         673,535   ___________

CHARGES FOR SERVICES
General Government                    68,393      106,000       58,084          63,175    ___________
Public Safety                        487,349      463,774      456,190         108,700    ___________
Cemetery Fees                        213,207      213,000      207,500         214,000    ___________
Lot Mowing/Demolition                 44,859       45,000       90,900          50,000    ___________
Transportation                         1,408                     1,455           1,500
Libraries                                215                       150             150
Parks & Recreation Activities        804,455      769,500      801,403         761,600    ___________
Stadiums                             331,022      330,217      214,527         254,320    ___________
Auditoriums                          113,658      114,000      128,000         131,000    ___________
Other Parks & Recreation              20,495       36,000       22,070          22,570    ___________

FINES & FORFEITS
Court Cases                          936,821      877,469      758,684         730,000    ___________
Library Fines                         39,706       37,000       40,000          40,000    ___________
Local Ordinance Violation             40,653       40,000       60,000          60,000    ___________
Other                                  1,898        1,000        1,500           1,500    ___________

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings                    361,032      508,940      256,700         248,700 ___________
Rents and Royalties                   87,918      108,520       88,620         101,380 ___________
Sales for Loss of Fixed Assets       257,542      286,000      289,529         293,000 ___________
Contributions & Donations             59,950       51,892       51,892                 ___________
Refund of Prior Year Expense          29,387        8,000        3,459                 ___________
Reimbursements                       301,589      275,086      275,086         265,910 ___________
Other                                154,752       70,227      137,649          13,000 ___________

NON-OPERATING REVENUES
Interfund Transfers                1,239,338    1,776,095     1,776,095       2,406,563 ___________
Dividend from Enterprise
  Operations                      18,927,638   20,225,000    20,225,000      20,615,694 ___________
Contributed Utility Service        5,068,309    5,008,821     5,024,390       5,489,302 ___________

SURPLUS - PRIOR YEARS              1,009,114    3,516,126     1,793,168       2,153,100 ___________
TOTAL REVENUES                    62,221,753   67,624,025    66,279,166      70,116,186
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                                        GENERAL FUND EXPENSES


                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                  Experience     Budget      Experience      Proposed    Adjustments
                                   For Year     For Year      2002-03             by         by                Page
EXPENSES                           2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager Commission          Reference

CITY COMMISSION                        77,146      103,006      108,216          70,683 ___________           12 - 13

CITY MANAGER                          273,218      313,080      304,582         274,287 ___________           14 - 15

LEGAL                                 144,120      148,102      163,085         152,907 ___________           16 - 17

CIVIL SERVICE                         271,550      302,058      289,419         301,067 ___________           18 - 19

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS                    424,363      509,155      488,536         498,265 ___________           20 - 21

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Planning                            1,490,642    1,776,721     1,746,531       1,402,434 ___________          22 - 23
Code Enforcement                      616,879      819,809       730,637         567,048 ___________          24 - 25
Building Inspection                 1,023,068    1,133,349     1,074,992       1,332,145 ___________          26 - 27

RISK MANAGEMENT                       272,237      346,381      326,352         380,334 ___________           28 - 29

INTERNAL AUDIT                         41,870       56,711        39,895         40,417 ___________             30

FINANCE DEPARTMENT
Central Accounting                    690,577      793,415      771,185         833,182 ___________           31 - 32
City Treasurer                        100,650      124,121       83,020         104,272 ___________           33 - 34
Electric & Water Finance                                                                ___________             35
Utilities Billing                                                                       ___________             36

FIRE DEPARTMENT                     7,422,742    8,197,885     7,885,383       9,596,355 ___________          37 - 39

POLICE DEPARTMENT                  23,156,383   24,711,426    24,234,821      24,479,322 ___________          40 - 45

CENTRAL SERVICES
Director                               94,507       76,730       85,303           81,300   ___________          46
Communications                        243,961      254,648      250,719          250,259   ___________          47
Management Information Services       689,825      940,633      853,312        1,148,853   ___________        48 - 49
Records Retention                      88,178       92,154       88,370           91,674   ___________          50
Telecommunications                                  21,512       21,070           21,494   ___________          51

PUBLIC WORKS
Director                              258,437      283,646       288,171         306,877   ___________          52
Engineering                           913,036      979,848       929,850         989,720   ___________        53 - 54
Construction and Maintenance        2,488,597    2,621,615     2,597,117       2,735,143   ___________        55 - 56
Lakes and Stormwater                  195,096      195,545       197,872         210,698   ___________          57
Traffic Engineering                   717,519      750,370       737,363         782,857   ___________        58 - 59

FACILITIES AND
 CONSTRUCTION MGMT                    997,432    1,011,239      986,275        1,138,682 ___________          60 - 63

PARKS AND RECREATION
Director                              310,807      328,093       317,127         321,407   ___________          64
Parks                               4,618,764    4,783,982     4,721,688       4,903,718   ___________        65 - 67
Recreation                          2,752,744    2,877,371     2,857,402       2,949,317   ___________        68 - 70
Library                             2,014,553    2,058,241     2,048,859       2,035,606   ___________        71 - 73
Branch Library                        264,264      282,931       249,840         281,608   ___________        74 - 75
Cemeteries                            533,449      540,882       524,419         560,043   ___________        76 - 77

NON-DEPARTMENTAL                    9,035,139   10,189,366    10,277,755      11,274,212 ___________          78 - 82

TOTAL EXPENSES                     62,221,753   67,624,025    66,279,166      70,116,186
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                                                        GENERAL FUND
                                                          REVENUES

                                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience       Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year       For Year       2002-03            by             by
REVENUES                                   2001-02        2002-03       Estimated      City Manager City Commission

                                                           TAXES
Ad Valorem Taxes
Current Ad Valorem Taxes                    9,292,400     10,250,126     10,180,000     12,746,364    ___________
Ad Valorem Tax Discounts & Costs             (306,708)      (512,506)      (340,547)      (637,318)   ___________
Delinquent Ad ValoremTaxes                     10,446         20,750         10,000         10,000    ___________
Interest On Delinquent Ad Valorem Taxes        21,133         18,000         12,154         15,000    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                9,017,271      9,776,370      9,861,607     12,134,046

Utility Taxes
Utility Tax-Propane                           204,309        250,000        171,301         175,000   ___________
Utility Tax-Electric                        5,634,616      6,000,000      6,400,000       6,525,000   ___________
Utility Tax-Water                             863,362        875,000        870,000         960,000   ___________
Telecommunication Revenues                  4,116,677      4,900,000      5,275,000       5,400,000   ___________
Utility Tax-TCG-South Florida                 598,709

   SUB-TOTAL                               11,417,673     12,025,000     12,716,301     13,060,000

Franchise Fees
GTE - Franchise                               41,316
Gas Companies - Franchise                    142,226         225,000       237,000         245,000    ___________
CATV-Time Warner Franchise                   184,429

   SUB-TOTAL                                 367,971         225,000       237,000         245,000

   TOTAL TAXES and FEES                    20,802,915     22,026,370     22,814,908     25,439,046


                                                  LICENSES & PERMITS
Professional & Occupational Licenses
Occupational License Tax                    1,253,445      1,225,000      1,175,000       1,210,000   ___________
Penalties-Occupational License                 11,306         12,000         10,200          11,000   ___________
Transfer and Collection Fees                    2,956          3,850          1,950           2,450   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                1,267,707      1,240,850      1,187,150       1,223,450

Building Permits
Building Inspection Fees                     636,751         600,000       620,000         670,000    ___________
Plumbing Inspection Fees                      97,000         108,000       115,000         118,000    ___________
Mechanical Inspection Fees                    94,688         120,000       100,000         102,000    ___________
Electrical Inspection Fees                    70,719          75,000        80,000          82,000    ___________
Other Building Inspection Fees               200,239         225,000       225,000         265,000    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                1,099,397      1,128,000      1,140,000       1,237,000

   TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS                 2,367,104      2,368,850      2,327,150       2,460,450
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                                                      GENERAL FUND
                                                        REVENUES

                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience      Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year      For Year      2002-03          by             by
REVENUES                                  2001-02       2002-03      Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                           INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
Federal Grants
 DOJ - COPS MORE                              5,540
 DOJ -COPS Universal                        119,140         42,856       42,856
 DOJ - Law Enforcement Block Grant          253,955        214,104      214,104       110,714   ___________
 DOJ - COPS in Schools                      335,987        155,000      148,080       119,590   ___________
 DOJ - School Based Partnership                 616
 DOJ - Bullet Proof Vest Partnership         11,212         16,345       16,345
 DOJ - COPS Homeland Security Overtime                                                 36,696   ___________
 DOF - Automated Fingerprint ID                             77,370       77,370
 DEA -Weed & Seed                            16,625            646          646
 DEFY - Drug Education for Youth              1,301
 BJA - Safe Neighborhoods                                                             149,739   ___________
 Humanities Endowment - Library
  Photography Preservation                    4,091

   SUB-TOTAL                                748,467        506,321      499,401       416,739

State Grants
FDLE-High School Crime Prevention            41,026
FDLE- Juvenile Justice                       33,207         31,488       31,488        31,867   ___________
FDLE - Cops Mentoring Program                12,899          9,025        9,025
FDLE - DUI Enforcement                                      55,732       55,732
FDLE Truancy Interdiction                                   34,457       34,457        70,583   ___________
FOAG - Victim Assistance Program             94,609         95,256       75,638        83,374   ___________
Stop Violence Against Women (DART)           85,570         78,511       78,511        57,193   ___________
FDOT- Traffic Enforcement                    91,817
Florida Motor Vehicle Theft                   6,680          7,265        7,265
Urban Forestry & Community Grant             14,930
FDOT-Parks R/W Maintenance                  158,821        150,000      150,000       150,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                539,559        461,734      442,116       393,017

Local Grants
Polk County School Board-SRO                160,583        232,042      232,042       176,235   ___________
LHA                                         109,592         66,568       66,568
High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area         31,483         22,776        9,522
Kids House                                      287
BOCC - Weed and Seed                         39,388
PCCVB-Reimbursable Expenses                  16,950          3,600        3,600
Neighborhood Clean Up Project                   528        151,118       97,814
PCBCC - Landscape Lk Hunter Terrace           2,690
Fire / Polk County EMS 2002                   7,800          7,800        7,800                 ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                369,301        483,904      417,346       176,235
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                                                     GENERAL FUND
                                                       REVENUES

                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience       Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year       For Year      2002-03           by             by
REVENUES                                2001-02        2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

State Shared Revenues
Alcoholic Beverage License Tax              51,780         50,000        53,000         54,000   ___________
Local Government Half-Cent Sales Tax     4,498,493      4,550,000     4,650,000      4,800,000   ___________
State Revenue Sharing                    1,393,771      1,450,000     1,430,000      1,460,000   ___________
Mobile Home License Fees                   160,674        175,000       190,000        193,000   ___________
Firefighters Compensation Tax               25,646         25,000        25,000         25,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                             6,130,364      6,250,000     6,348,000      6,532,000

Shared Revenues From Other Local Units
County Occupation License Tax              40,977          37,000       41,000         42,000    ___________
County-wide Bookmobile Program             83,059          79,516       79,516         81,316    ___________
County-Wide Library Cooperative           539,299         542,663      547,679        550,219    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                              663,335         659,179      668,195        673,535

   TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL               8,451,026      8,361,138     8,375,057      8,191,526



                                             CHARGES FOR SERVICES
General Government
Zoning & Subdivision Fees                  51,345          85,000       40,000         45,000    ___________
Sales- Maps & Publication                   4,338           5,000        3,575          3,575    ___________
Certification Copying, Research Fees        2,411           5,000        2,500          2,500    ___________
Sales-Yesterday's Lakeland                    104             500            9
County Impact Fees-Administration           1,780             500        3,000          3,100    ___________
Garnishment Fees                            7,849           9,000        8,000          8,000    ___________
Other General Government Charges              566           1,000        1,000          1,000    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                               68,393         106,000       58,084         63,175

Public Safety
Police Services Reimbursement             311,406         276,274      282,631
Chauffeurs Permits                            675                          675            700    ___________
Court Witness Fees - Fire                      10
Court Witness Fees - Police                 2,902           3,500        3,000          3,000    ___________
Other Public Safety Charges                65,773          65,000       69,000         70,000    ___________
Fire Inspection Permits                    38,284          50,000       31,884         35,000    ___________
Sun'N' Fun Reimbursements                  68,299          69,000       69,000

   SUB-TOTAL                              487,349         463,774      456,190        108,700
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                                                        GENERAL FUND
                                                          REVENUES

                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience      Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year      For Year      2002-03          by             by
REVENUES                                    2001-02       2002-03      Estimated    City Manager City Commission

Physical Environment/Cemetery Fees
Opening Graves                                186,254        191,000      181,000       187,000   ___________
All Other Revenues                             26,953         22,000       26,500        27,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                  213,207        213,000      207,500       214,000

Other Physical Environment Revenue
Lot Mowing & Clearing Assessments              23,224        25,000        57,000        30,000   ___________
Demolition Of Bldgs-Assessments                21,635        20,000        33,900        20,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                   44,859         45,000       90,900        50,000

Transportation
Other Transportation Receipts                   1,408                       1,455         1,500   ___________

Culture-Recreation/Libraries
Library Non-Resident Fees                         215                         150           150   ___________

Parks & Recreation
Program Activity Fees                         492,835        500,000      516,848       520,000   ___________
Tennis Courts                                   7,654          8,000        8,330         8,500   ___________
Tournament Fees                                21,380         14,000       15,500        15,500   ___________
National Tournament Fees                       14,071
Swimming Pools                                 40,743         43,000       41,500        42,000   ___________
Swimming Classes                               17,431         12,000       17,600        17,600   ___________
Recreation Fees - Reserve for
   New Recreational Facilities                 96,629         85,000      100,000       100,000   ___________
Parade Entry Fee                                1,575          2,500          625         1,000   ___________
Overtime Charges                               41,746         40,000       45,000
Hollis Gardens Rentals                         24,980         25,000       25,000        25,000   ___________
All Other Revenue                              45,411         40,000       31,000        32,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                  804,455        769,500      801,403       761,600

Special Recreation Facilities - Stadiums
Marchant Stadium                              236,237        238,897       35,000       140,000   ___________
Henley Field                                    3,545                       3,500
Marchant Stadium Parking                       75,844         75,000       96,793        98,000   ___________
Tigertown Dorm Rental                          15,396         16,320       16,320        16,320   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                  331,022        330,217      214,527       254,320
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                                                        GENERAL FUND
                                                          REVENUES

                                                                                     BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience         Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year         For Year      2002-03           by             by
REVENUES                                 2001-02          2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

Special Recreation Facilities - Auditoriums
Lake Mirror Center                             50,218         45,000       60,000         60,000    ___________
Magnolia Building                              17,693         22,000       25,000         25,000    ___________
Hibiscus Building                              13,835         15,000       12,500         12,500    ___________
Tigertown Hanger Rental                         8,742         10,000        6,000          8,000    ___________
Coleman-Bush Building                          23,170         22,000       24,500         25,500    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                  113,658        114,000      128,000        131,000

Special Recreation Facilities - Other
Bowling Greens                                  3,980          5,000        5,000          5,000    ___________
Lake Mirror Park Fees                           4,067         10,000        4,500          4,500    ___________
Lake Parker Park-Pavilions                     11,898         20,000       12,000         12,500    ___________
Shuffleboard Club                                 550          1,000          570            570    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                   20,495         36,000       22,070         22,570

   TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES             2,085,061        2,077,491     1,980,279      1,607,015



                                                    FINES & FORFEITS
Court Cases
Court Cases                                   750,041        805,000      675,000        700,000    ___________
Confiscated Property-Statute 932               22,306         14,135       28,002
Police Education                               36,167         40,000       30,000         30,000    ___________
Confiscated Cash-Statute 932                  128,307         18,334       25,682

   SUB-TOTAL                                  936,821        877,469      758,684        730,000

Library Fines                                  39,706         37,000       40,000         40,000    ___________

Violation of Local Ordinances
Code Enforcement Board                         40,653         40,000       60,000         60,000    ___________

Other Fines and/or Forfeits
Bad Check Charges                               1,898          1,000        1,500          1,500    ___________

   TOTAL FINES & FORFEITS                 1,019,078          955,469      860,184        831,500
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                                                    GENERAL FUND
                                                      REVENUES

                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience       Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year       For Year      2002-03          by             by
REVENUES                               2001-02        2002-03      Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                           MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Investments                       29
Interest on Pooled Investments -
  Hollis Gardens Maintenance Trust        10,649          18,000        9,000         9,000   ___________
  General Fund                           282,117         400,000      200,000       200,000   ___________
  Law Enforcement Trust Fund               3,418           1,627        3,000
  Federally Forfeited Property             3,699           1,313        2,500
  New Recreation Facilities               10,975          15,000        9,000         9,000   ___________
  Cultural Activities Reserve             35,181          60,000       24,000        24,000   ___________
  DOJ Grant                                6,638                        2,500                 ___________
Interest from County                       5,933          10,000        5,000         5,000   ___________
Interest from Registry of Court            1,952           3,000        1,700         1,700   ___________
Other Interest                               441

  SUB-TOTAL                              361,032         508,940      256,700       248,700

Rents and Royalties
Buildings-Amtrak Lease                    25,000          25,000       25,000        25,000   ___________
PCC Lease Of Police Vehicles               2,798          24,000        3,500         3,500   ___________
Parking Garage - Sun Trust - Leased        8,520           8,520        8,520         8,520   ___________
Buildings-Lake Wire Church of God         24,000          24,000       24,000        24,000   ___________
Magnolia Building - Garden Bistro                                                    12,760   ___________
Building Leases - Other                   27,600          27,000       27,600        27,600   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               87,918         108,520       88,620       101,380

Sales & Compensation for Loss of Fixed Assets
Cemetery Lots                             248,483        286,000      288,000       293,000   ___________
Scrap Sales                                 1,394                          29
Surplus Furniture & Equipment Sales         7,665                       1,500

  SUB-TOTAL                              257,542         286,000      289,529       293,000

Contributions & Donations from Private Sources
Contributions & Donations                  59,950         51,892       51,892

   SUB-TOTAL                              59,950          51,892       51,892

Refund of Prior Year Expenditures
Refund of Prior Year Expenses             29,387           8,000        3,459
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                                                    GENERAL FUND
                                                      REVENUES

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience       Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year       For Year      2002-03           by             by
REVENUES                               2001-02        2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

Reimbursements
Reimbursements-Communications            245,579         260,086      260,086        250,910    ___________
Reimbursements-Facility Maintenance        1,010          15,000       15,000         15,000    ___________
Reimbursements-Helicopter Expense         55,000

   SUB-TOTAL                             301,589         275,086      275,086        265,910

Other
Concessions-Contractual                    2,666                        2,975
Reimbursements / Loss Recovery            47,365          36,161       53,086
Investigative Cost Reimb. - Police        88,961          19,066       53,427
Citrus Connection Work Pass Perk              30
Proceeds from Collection Agency              407                          247
LPD Union Dues Administrative Fee                                         478
Ins. Proceeds - Workers Comp Claims                                    14,413
Cash Over And Short - Unspecified             70                           23
All Other Miscellaneous Revenue           15,253          15,000       13,000         13,000    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                             154,752          70,227      137,649         13,000

   TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
    REVENUE                             1,252,170      1,308,665     1,102,935       921,990


                                               NON-REVENUES
Interfund Transfers
Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund             115,626
General Fund-DOJ Law Enforcement          27,076         110,095      110,095        190,043    ___________
Employee Pension                          46,719          36,000       36,000         38,520    ___________
Public Improvement Fund:
   Hollis Gardens Maintenance Trust      100,000         100,000       100,000        100,000   ___________
   Cultural Activities                   100,000         100,000       100,000        100,000   ___________
   All Other                             750,000       1,200,000     1,200,000      1,475,000   ___________
Impact Fee - Administration               99,917         100,000       100,000        100,000   ___________
Transportation Fund                                      100,000       100,000        328,000   ___________
CRA                                                       30,000        30,000         75,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                            1,239,338      1,776,095     1,776,095      2,406,563
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                                                       REVENUES

                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience        Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year        For Year      2002-03           by             by
REVENUES                               2001-02         2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

Contributions from Enterprise Operations
Wastewater                               1,450,000      1,500,000     1,500,000     1,550,000    ___________
Water Utilities                          2,250,000      2,300,000     2,300,000     2,500,000    ___________
Lakeland Electric Utilities             14,525,000     15,525,000    15,525,000    15,615,694    ___________
Solid Waste                                600,000        900,000       900,000       950,000    ___________
Purchasing and Stores Fund                 102,638

  SUB-TOTAL                            18,927,638      20,225,000    20,225,000    20,615,694

Other Non-Revenue
Electric Service                         4,045,930      4,037,702     4,020,900      4,453,829   ___________
Water Service                              707,549        641,119       688,225        710,100   ___________
Wastewater Service                         184,927        195,000       175,900        188,273   ___________
Solid Waste                                129,805        135,000       139,300        137,000   ___________
Stormwater Service                              98                           65            100   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                              5,068,309      5,008,821     5,024,390      5,489,302

  TOTAL NON-REVENUES                   25,235,285      27,009,916    27,025,485    28,511,559

  TOTAL REVENUES                       61,212,639      64,107,899    64,485,998    67,963,086

  SURPLUS - PRIOR YEARS                 (3,651,106)     3,516,126     1,888,024      2,153,100

  GRAND TOTAL                          57,561,533      67,624,025    66,374,022    70,116,186
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                                             GENERAL FUND
                                            CITY COMMISSION

                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience    Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                              2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                       174,414     176,507      182,112       184,738   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Pensions                                 13,195      18,274       18,274        10,000   ___________
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy            150
Special Services                          4,625       3,500        3,500         3,000   ___________
Legal Advertising                           282         500          450           450   ___________
Office Supplies                           4,222       5,100        5,000         4,500   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         772       3,000        3,000         2,800   ___________
Printing & Photography                    2,264       3,000        2,500         2,000   ___________
Postage                                     191         300          250           250   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships               6,899       7,045        7,045         7,060   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental        3,613       5,200        5,200         5,430   ___________
Telephone, Communications                    50          30           50            61   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Telephone              4,442       4,816        4,816         4,846   ___________
Travel                                   18,825      17,000       19,000        16,800   ___________
Training                                                100          100           100   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                      771       1,020        1,500         2,300   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                  6,700      12,940       12,500         8,500   ___________
Expense Allowance                         9,371       9,600        9,600         9,600   ___________
Ridge League Meeting                        574       9,165        7,400         7,500   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                               76,946     100,590      100,185        85,197

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                            30,000       30,000         2,300   ___________

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Thomas Shaw Retirement Party                          4,380        5,375
All American Cities                       8,770
Boards & Committee Dinner                 5,217       6,850        5,865         5,500   ___________
City Commission Retreat                                                          5,000   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                               13,987      11,230       11,240        10,500

 TOTAL                                  265,347     318,327      323,537       282,735
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                                           GENERAL FUND
                                          CITY COMMISSION

                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience       Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year       For Year       2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                            2001-02        2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission

COST ALLOCATED TO
Fleet Management                       (2,509)         (2,871)       (2,871)        (2,827)    ___________
Purchasing and Stores                  (2,509)         (2,871)       (2,871)        (2,827)    ___________
Wastewater System                     (12,547)        (14,355)      (14,355)       (14,137)    ___________
Parking System                         (2,509)         (2,871)       (2,871)        (2,827)    ___________
Lakeland Center                       (12,547)        (14,355)      (14,355)       (14,137)    ___________
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport       (7,528)         (8,613)       (8,613)        (8,482)    ___________
Lakeland Airside Center                (5,019)         (5,742)       (5,742)        (5,655)    ___________
Solid Waste Management                 (5,019)         (5,742)       (5,742)        (5,655)    ___________
Water Utility                         (12,547)        (14,355)      (14,355)       (14,137)    ___________
Electric Utility                     (125,467)       (143,546)     (143,546)      (141,368)    ___________

                                     (188,201)       (215,321)     (215,321)      (212,052)

 GRAND TOTAL                           77,146        103,006        108,216         70,683




Equipment
Recording Equipment                              Replacements                        2,300


PERSONNEL
                                                   Current       Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                     Budget         Budget          Range
Administrative Assistant                              1              1         2,142 - 3,015



ELECTED OFFICIALS
Mayor                                                 1              1
City Commissioner                                     6              6
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                            7              7
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                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                                 CITY MANAGER

                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience     Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year     For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                  2001-02      2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                           479,383      504,645      512,414       532,347   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Allowance                               14,057       14,400       14,400        14,400   ___________
Contractual Services                            700                                           ___________
Professional Services                           (30)                                    900   ___________
Office Supplies                               6,112        5,200        6,000         5,500   ___________
Leases                                                     1,200        1,680         1,680   ___________
Repair of Equipment                                        1,517          900                 ___________
Printing & Photography                       10,682       10,800        8,000        10,800   ___________
Postage                                         256        1,000          750         1,500   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   5,005        6,000        6,000         7,935   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           15,204       18,141       18,141        16,086   ___________
Telephone, Communications                     1,597        1,200        1,000         1,177   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephone        4,132        4,530        4,600         4,981   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios             231          225          225           225   ___________
Travel                                       14,474        8,000        8,000         8,000   ___________
Training                                     18,830       43,000       30,000           500   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        729          750                        500   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                   91,979      115,963       99,696        74,184

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                                  4,500        4,500

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Department Head Retreat                                    2,170        2,170         3,000   ___________
Swansation - Swan Statue                      3,000
July 4th 2002 Celebration                     4,182
Music on the Promenade                                     5,000        5,000


 SUB-TOTAL                                    7,182        7,170        7,170         3,000

 TOTAL                                      578,544      632,278      623,780       609,531
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                                           GENERAL FUND
                                           CITY MANAGER

                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                            2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

COST ALLOCATED TO
Fleet Management                      (11,103)     (11,607)      (11,607)       (12,191)     ___________
Purchasing and Stores                 (11,103)     (11,607)      (11,607)       (12,191)     ___________
Lakeland Center                       (55,514)     (58,036)      (58,036)       (60,953)     ___________
Solid Waste Management                (27,757)     (29,018)      (29,018)       (30,477)     ___________
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport      (16,654)     (17,411)      (17,411)       (18,286)     ___________
Parking System                        (16,654)     (17,411)      (17,411)       (18,286)     ___________
Wastewater System                     (16,654)     (17,411)      (17,411)       (18,286)     ___________
Electric Utility                     (111,027)    (116,072)     (116,072)      (121,906)     ___________
Lakeland Airside Center               (11,103)     (11,607)      (11,607)       (12,191)     ___________
Water Utility                         (27,757)     (29,018)      (29,018)       (30,477)     ___________

                                     (305,326)    (319,198)     (319,198)      (335,244)

 GRAND TOTAL                          273,218      313,080       304,582        274,287



PERSONNEL
                                                 Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                   Budget        Budget          Range
City Manager                                       1             1          8,818 - 12,408
Assistant City Manager                             2             2          6,267 - 8,818
Public Information Officer                         1             1          3,847 - 5,414
Secretary To The City Manager                      1             1          2,250 - 3,165
Office Associate II                                1             1          1,943 - 2,734
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                         6             6
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                                                       LEGAL

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience       Budget      Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year       For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02        2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission


PERSONAL SERVICES                        458,027        459,554       472,070          480,711    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Allowance                            13,971         14,400        14,400           14,400    ___________
Special Services                              90            582           582            5,582    ___________
Legal Fees                                15,895         14,000        14,000           14,000    ___________
Professional Services                      8,688          7,451         7,451            7,451    ___________
Office Supplies                            5,704          4,687         4,687            4,687    ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                     1,851                          500
Repair of Equipment                                       1,210         1,210            1,210    ___________
Printing & Photography                       487            350           350              350    ___________
Postage                                      261            400           600              500    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships               18,189         15,900        17,500           15,000    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rentl       12,274         15,570        15,570           14,206    ___________
Telephone, Communications                  1,438            300           360              429    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone             3,198          4,879         4,986            4,903    ___________
Travel                                     3,065          6,000         6,000            5,000    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                85,111         85,729        88,196           87,718

 TOTAL                                   543,138        545,283       560,266          568,429

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Purchasing and Stores                   (21,834)       (21,734)      (21,734)         (22,737) ___________
 Lakeland Center                         (10,917)       (10,867)      (10,867)         (11,369) ___________
 Solid Waste Management                  (12,555)       (12,497)      (12,497)         (13,074) ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport        (54,585)       (54,334)      (54,334)         (56,843)   ___________
 Parking System                           (5,459)        (5,433)       (5,433)          (5,684)   ___________
 Wastewater System                       (54,585)       (54,334)      (54,334)         (56,843)   ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities            (174,673)      (173,868)     (173,868)        (181,897)   ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                 (32,751)       (32,600)      (32,600)         (34,106)   ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course           (10,917)       (10,867)      (10,867)         (11,369) ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                    (20,742)       (20,647)      (20,647)         (21,600) ___________

                                        (399,018)      (397,181)     (397,181)        (415,522)

 GRAND TOTAL                             144,120        148,102       163,085          152,907
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                                             LEGAL

                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                             Experience      Budget    Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                              For Year      For Year    2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                      2001-02       2002-03    Estimated     City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL
                                            Current      Proposed      Monthly
POSITION TITLE                              Budget        Budget        Range
City Attorney                                 1             1        7,998 - 11,255
Assistant City Attorney                       2             2        5,684 - 7,998
Legal Assistant                               2             2        2,362 - 3,324
Legal Secretary II                            1             1        2,142 - 3,015
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                    6             6
                                                                                               18

                                             GENERAL FUND
                                             CIVIL SERVICE

                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience    Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                              2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                       551,039     597,875      585,236       606,592   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment            2,311       2,361        2,361         2,371   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment               496         700          700           561   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment            471         700          700           471   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                   608         500          500           500   ___________
Auto Allowance                            1,757       1,800        1,800         1,800   ___________
Repair of Equipment                       1,376       3,800        3,800         4,000   ___________
Special Services                          5,115      14,500       14,500         9,500   ___________
Legal Fees                                                                       5,000   ___________
Legal Advertising                        16,186      16,000       16,000        16,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                      251         500          500           400   ___________
Office Supplies                           5,239       6,500        6,500         6,500   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships               1,354       2,235        2,235         2,235   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental       25,564      30,858       30,858        30,589   ___________
Telephone, Communications                   623         540          540           540   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Telephone              4,213       4,372        4,372         4,795   ___________
Postage                                   4,183       3,000        3,000         4,000   ___________
Travel                                    6,288       6,500        6,500         5,500   ___________
Training                                     50         600          600           600   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                    151         400          400           400   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                     3,060       1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                               79,296      96,866       96,866        96,762

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                 1,995       2,500        2,500

 TOTAL                                  632,330     697,241      684,602       703,354
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                                            CIVIL SERVICE

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                    Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                     For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                             2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission



COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                      (12,476)     (13,665)      (13,665)       (13,918)    ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                  (6,535)      (7,158)       (7,158)        (7,290)    ___________
 Wastewater System                     (16,634)     (18,220)      (18,220)       (18,557)    ___________
 Parking System                           (772)        (846)         (846)          (663)    ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course          (5,347)      (5,856)       (5,856)        (5,965)    ___________
 Lakeland Center                        (3,564)      (3,904)       (3,904)        (3,976)    ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport       (2,970)      (3,254)       (3,254)        (3,314)    ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                  (594)        (651)         (651)          (663)    ___________
 Solid Waste Management                (24,951)     (27,330)      (27,330)       (27,835)    ___________
 Water Utilities                       (21,921)     (24,077)      (24,077)       (24,522)    ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities          (265,016)    (290,222)     (290,222)      (295,584)    ___________

                                      (360,780)    (395,183)     (395,183)      (402,287)

 GRAND TOTAL                           271,550      302,058       289,419        301,067


PERSONNEL
                                                  Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                    Budget        Budget          Range
Civil Service Director                               1             1         5,156 - 7,255
Computer Applications Specialist                    1              1         3,324 - 4,677
Career Development Coordinator                      1              1         3,324 - 4,677
Career Development Specialist                       1              1         3,015 - 4,242
Employment Services Specialist II                    2             2         2,871 - 4,040
Administrative Assistant                             1             1         2,142 - 3,015
Office Associate II                                  2             2         1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate I                                   1             1         1,763 - 2,480
Office Assistant II                                  1             1         1,599 - 2,250
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                          11            11
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                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                               EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience   Budget      Experience     Proposed      Proposed
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03           by           by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager  Department

PERSONAL SERVICES                          621,240     698,384      692,342        722,279   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Tuition Refund Program                      69,945      78,000       73,000         75,000   ___________
Payroll - Auto Allowance                     3,600       4,800        4,800          4,800   ___________
Repair of Equipment                            130       2,849        2,849          1,400   ___________
Special Services                            42,712       7,652        7,652          3,000   ___________
Legal Fees                                  21,077      50,000       50,000         46,000   ___________
Legal Advertising                               90         250          250
Printing & Photography                       2,305       6,500        4,050          9,000   ___________
Office Supplies                              5,154       2,749        3,500          4,000   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies                 115         247          230            250   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                  5,394       4,391        4,391          4,391   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        13,842      16,741       16,228         15,915   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      427         368          250            307   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone               6,346       6,863        6,462          6,337   ___________
Postage                                        490         500          550            550   ___________
Travel                                       8,984       4,500        4,500          8,500   ___________
Service Awards and Plaques                  11,962      17,500       11,000         17,500   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        44         473          420            500   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                        1,873       2,000        1,000          1,400   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 194,490     206,383      191,132        198,850

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                    3,595       3,800        3,800

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Survey of Management Practices                 586                                           ___________
Mini-PERC                                    4,016       4,000        1,000          4,000   ___________
Employee Picnic                             44,278      44,534       44,534         45,000   ___________
Employee Programs                            5,931       7,000        7,000          7,000   ___________
Training Program                            16,212      25,000       25,000         18,500   ___________
Employee Newsletter                          2,109       5,000        2,500          2,500   ___________
Computer Laboratory                         22,095      33,287       33,000         33,456   ___________
CPM Training Program                                    35,000       35,000
Union Activity                              21,275      20,000       26,461         20,000   ___________
Strategic Planning and Implementation                                                8,550   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 116,502     173,821      174,495        139,006

 TOTAL                                     935,827   1,082,388     1,061,769     1,060,135
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                                                 EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

                                                                                      BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience       Budget        Experience      Proposed      Proposed
                                         For Year        For Year       2002-03            by           by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02         2002-03       Estimated      City Manager  Department

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                            (15,459)       (21,631)       (21,631)       (21,203)    ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                        (9,447)       (10,816)       (10,816)       (10,601)    ___________
 Wastewater System                           (30,918)       (43,263)       (43,263)       (42,405)    ___________
 Parking System                               (2,577)
 Lakeland Center                             (13,741)       (21,631)       (21,631)       (21,203)    ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport             (7,730)       (10,816)       (10,816)       (10,601)    ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                      (2,577)
 Solid Waste Management                      (32,636)       (32,447)       (32,447)       (31,804)    ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course               (15,459)       (10,816)       (10,816)       (10,601)    ___________
 Water Utilities                             (32,636)       (43,263)       (43,263)       (42,405)    ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities                (348,284)      (378,550)      (378,550)      (371,047)    ___________

                                            (511,464)      (573,233)      (573,233)      (561,870)

 GRAND TOTAL                                424,363        509,155        488,536         498,265



PERSONNEL
                                                         Current       Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                           Budget         Budget           Range
Employee Relations Director                                 1              1          5,156 - 7,255
Organizational Development Specialist                       2              2          3,490 - 4,910
Employee Relations Specialist III                           3              3          3,324 - 4,677
Employee Relations Specialist II                            1              1          2,871 - 4,040
Training Instructor                                         1              1          3,015 - 4,242
Employee Relations Assistant III                            1              1          2,250 - 3,165
Office Associate II                                         1              1          1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate I                                          1              1          1,763 - 2,480
Office Assistant II                                         1              1          1,615 - 2,272
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                 12             12

PART-TIME
Office Assistant II                                         1              1
College Intern                                              1              1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                  2              2

The proposed budget includes $8,550 to perform a Strategic Planning and Implementation Program, including performance
measures, with the City Commission and City staff.
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                                                   GENERAL FUND
                                                     PLANNING

                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                           1,104,936   1,172,011     1,157,584      1,279,643   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Allowance                                 4,600        4,800        4,800          4,800    ___________
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment                 5,033        5,216        5,216          5,959    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                    635          642          700            851    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment                 370          615          200            345    ___________
Special Services                              15,448       15,000       15,000         10,000    ___________
Advertising                                    3,422        3,500        3,500          3,500    ___________
Office Supplies                               22,299       30,000       30,000         25,000    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                                         750          750            750    ___________
Printing & Photography                           216        4,784        4,784          2,000    ___________
Postage                                        9,453        7,500        7,500          7,500    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                    4,264        4,795        4,795          5,754    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental          44,918       53,202       48,104         52,146    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                 8,271        8,938        8,598          8,366    ___________
Telephone, Communications                      1,562        1,365        1,150          1,286    ___________
Travel                                         4,194        3,300        3,300          5,300    ___________
Training                                       2,358        2,200        2,200          2,200    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                   127,043      146,607      140,597        135,757

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                      1,752

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Title Clearing Expense - Foreclosures         18,605       96,614       96,614
PCBCC-Landscape Lk Hunter Terrace                500
Weed and Seed FY00/01                         39,388
Kids House 2001                                  287
Historic Preservation Board                   13,958       10,000       10,000         15,000    ___________
Comprehensive Plan Update                     11,927        5,200        5,200          3,000    ___________
Affordable Housing Incentive Plan             39,974      106,303      106,303
Moderate Income Housing Asst. Program         70,000
Transportation & Planning Consultant          17,948       77,053       77,053         35,000    ___________
Annexation Referendum                            755       14,245        4,492          4,450    ___________
Dixieland CRA Expansion                                    40,000       40,000
Access Management Regulations                              35,000       35,000         10,000    ___________
Impact Fee Study Updates                      10,314       59,686       59,686
Land Development Regulation Update               317        3,000        3,000          3,000    ___________
Lklnd Interstate Industrial Park Buffer      114,938       82,264       82,264
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                                                     GENERAL FUND
                                                       PLANNING

                                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience       Budget        Experience       Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year        For Year       2002-03             by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02         2002-03       Estimated       City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS (continued):
Neighborhood Leadership Summit                                 15,000          15,000         10,000     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                    338,911         544,365         534,612         80,450

 TOTAL                                      1,572,642       1,862,983       1,832,793       1,495,850

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Water Utilities                               (41,000)       (43,131)        (43,131)        (46,708) ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities                   (41,000)       (43,131)        (43,131)        (46,708) ___________

                                               (82,000)       (86,262)        (86,262)        (93,416)

 GRAND TOTAL                                1,490,642       1,776,721       1,746,531       1,402,434


PERSONNEL
                                                            Current       Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                              Budget         Budget           Range
Director Of Community Development                              1              1          5,684 - 7,998
Assistant Director Of Community Development                    1              1          4,677 - 6,580
Planning Manager                                               1              1          4,242 - 5,969
CRA Coordinator                                                1              1          3,847 - 5,414
Principal Planner                                              2              2          3,664 - 5,156
Transportation Planner                                         1              1          3,490 - 4,910
Senior Planner                                                 2              3          3,324 - 4,677
Property Information Supervisor                                1              1          2,734 - 3,847
Planner                                                        2              1          2,604 - 3,664
GIS Technician II                                              1              1          2,604 - 3,664
GIS Technician I                                               1              1          2,362 - 3,324
Planning Assistant                                             2              2          2,250 - 3,165
Administrative Assistant                                       1              1          2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk III                                              1                         1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate II                                                            1         1,943 - 2,734
Customer Service Representative II                             1               1         1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate I                                             1               1         1,763 - 2,480
Office Assistant II                                            1               1         1,599 - 2,250
  TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   21              21

PART-TIME
 Planning Intern                                               1               1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                     1               1

Several on-going projects will be budgeted on an “as needed” basis including Property Title clearing and Affordable Housing
Incentives.
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                                            GENERAL FUND
                                          CODE ENFORCEMENT

                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                              2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                       389,694     439,728      396,744       363,978   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment           11,582      15,252       13,563        12,341   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment             3,015       3,094        3,000         3,774   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment          9,175       2,779        2,779         5,991   ___________
Special Services                         21,524      20,000       20,000        20,000   ___________
Office Supplies                          18,623      19,000       21,500         9,500   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                                 1,000        1,000         5,170   ___________
Uniforms                                    583       1,600        1,600         1,150   ___________
Printing & Photography                    3,912       3,000        6,000         3,000   ___________
Postage                                   8,556       6,000       11,000         3,000   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                 546         679          679           584   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental       17,361      21,396       21,396        33,320   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Radios                 1,389       1,576        1,576         1,800   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Telephone              5,437       6,101        5,500         5,149   ___________
Telephone, Communications                 1,022         986          986           541   ___________
Travel                                    1,671       3,500        3,500         2,000   ___________
Training                                  2,184       2,000        2,000         1,750   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                              106,580     107,963      116,079       109,070

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                             3,300        3,000

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Lot Clearing                             45,136      42,000       42,000        42,000   ___________
Demolition of Condemned Bldgs            53,255      55,700       55,000        52,000   ___________
Summer Clean-up Crews                    21,686      20,000       20,000
Neighborhood Clean-up                       528     151,118       97,814

 SUB-TOTAL                              120,605     268,818      214,814        94,000

 GRAND TOTAL                            616,879     819,809      730,637       567,048
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                                               CODE ENFORCEMENT

                                                                                   BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience      Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year       For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02        2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL
                                                        Current       Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                          Budget         Budget          Range
Code Enforcement Division Manager                         1               1         3,664 - 5,156
Lead Code Enforcement Officer                             1               1         2,734 - 3,847
Code Enforcement Officer III                              2                         2,604 - 3,664
Code Enforcement Officer                                                  2         2,604 - 3,664
Sign Inspector                                                            1         2,604 - 3,664
Code Enforcement Officer II                                 1                       2,480 - 3,490
Code Enforcement Officer I                                  1                       2,250 - 3,165
Office Associate II                                         2             2         1,943 - 2,734
Account Clerk III                                           1                       1,943 - 2,734
  TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                 9             7

PART-TIME
Office Associate I                                          1             1
  TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                 1             1



A Sign Inspector position currently in the Building Inspection Division is proposed to move to the Code Enforcement
Division. Summer Alley Clean-Ups and their associated expenses are proposed to be handled through the Public Works
Department, with Code Enforcement continuing to administer the Neighborhood Clean-up Sweeps on an as needed basis.
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                                               GENERAL FUND
                                           BUILDING INSPECTION

                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                    Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                     For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                             2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                      926,729    1,025,174      968,449       1,194,287   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment          23,474       28,455       28,455         32,634    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment            6,589        7,812        8,000          9,694    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment         9,580        6,920        6,000         10,255    ___________
Special Services                                        500                         500    ___________
Office Supplies                          9,011        9,700        9,700         14,500    ___________
Uniforms                                 2,277        2,650        2,650          3,100    ___________
Repair of Equipment                                   1,100        1,100          1,100    ___________
Printing & Photography                   1,245        1,300        1,100          1,300    ___________
Postage                                    508          750          750          8,750    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                819        1,265        1,265          1,840    ___________
Intra-Dept Charges - PC Rental          18,459       22,827       22,827         29,573    ___________
Intra-Dept Charges - Telephone           7,518        8,196        8,196          9,340    ___________
Telephone, Communications                4,571        4,200        4,200          5,266    ___________
Travel                                   5,030        5,000        5,000          7,406    ___________
Training                                 1,451        1,000        1,000          1,200    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                                200

 SUB-TOTAL                              90,532      101,875      100,243        136,458

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Indexing of Construction Drawings        4,245        5,000        5,000
Appeal Board Expense                     1,562        1,300        1,300          1,400    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                               5,807        6,300        6,300          1,400

GRAND TOTAL                           1,023,068   1,133,349     1,074,992      1,332,145
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                                                  BUILDING INSPECTION

                                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience       Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year        For Year       2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02         2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL
                                                           Current       Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                             Budget         Budget           Range
Chief Building Official                                       1              1          3,847 - 5,414
Chief Inspector                                               1              1          3,165 - 4,454
Building Plans Examiner                                       1              2          3,015 - 4,242
Building Inspector                                            3              3          2,871 - 4,040
Electrical Inspector                                          2              2          2,871 - 4,040
Mechanical Inspector                                          2              2          2,871 - 4,040
Plumbing Inspector                                            2              2          2,871 - 4,040
Sign Inspector                                                1                         2,604 - 3,664
License Inspector II                                                          1         2,480 - 3,490
Building Permit Coordinator                                   1               1         2,362 - 3,324
License Inspector I                                                           1         2,250 - 3,165
Account Clerk III                                              1              1         1,943 - 2,734
Code Enforcement Officer II                                    1
Code Enforcement Officer I                                     1
Office Associate II                                            4              4         1,943 - 2,734
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                    21             21

PART-TIME
 Building Inspector                                           1               1
 Electrical Inspector                                         1               1
 Mechanical Inspector                                         1               1
 Plumbing Inspector                                           1               1
 Office Associate II                                          1               1
 TOTAL PART- TIME EMPLOYEES                                   5               5




The Occupational License section will be moved from the Code Enforcement Division to the Building Inspection Division in
the proposed budget; and, the Sign Inspector position will be moved to the Code Enforcement Division. Expenses in the
Building Inspection budget reflect these personnel and associated operational changes. Also included in the proposed
budget is $5,000 to purchase computers or other appropriate technology for the field inspectors.
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                                               GENERAL FUND
                                             RISK MANAGEMENT

                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         647,699     697,565      678,066        714,832    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Allowance                              3,600       4,800        4,800          4,800    ___________
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             16,968      13,673       13,673         15,650    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment               4,045       4,281        4,281          5,103    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           10,805       7,391        7,391         10,984    ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                            1,750        1,000          1,000    ___________
Special Services                            5,693       6,887        6,887          7,012    ___________
Professional Services                     140,523     135,902      135,902        152,958    ___________
Office Supplies                             7,242       9,690        9,690          9,690    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                         919       1,000        1,000          1,000    ___________
All Other Material & Supply                 7,878      12,000       12,000         15,000    ___________
Uniforms                                      280         280          280            280    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                     155         200          200            200    ___________
Repair of Equipment                         1,598       1,850        1,850          1,850    ___________
Printing & Photography                      5,937       6,630        7,100          6,630    ___________
Postage                                     4,037       4,130        4,130          4,130    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                 1,012       1,246        1,246          1,377    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       24,265      29,729       29,729         27,078    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              6,031       8,364        8,364          8,657    ___________
Telephone, Communications                   5,220       6,249        6,249          4,017    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                 1,370       1,576        1,576          1,575    ___________
Travel                                      2,460       1,600        1,600          2,160    ___________
Training                                      867       1,500        1,500          1,500    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                                  300          300            300    ___________
Licenses and Permits                          323         350          100            100    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                251,228     261,378      260,848        283,051

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Safety Program                             83,289      76,800       76,800         74,400    ___________
Emergency Management                       13,572      17,962       17,962         17,500    ___________
Mini-Wellness Program                                   7,225        7,225

 SUB-TOTAL                                 96,861     101,987      101,987         91,900

 TOTAL                                    995,788   1,060,930     1,040,901      1,089,783
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                                              GENERAL FUND
                                            RISK MANAGEMENT

                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                         (9,518)     (15,855)      (15,855)       (18,526)    ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                    (4,204)      (6,342)       (6,342)        (6,539)    ___________
 Lakeland Center                         (11,082)     (12,684)      (12,684)       (11,988)    ___________
 Solid Waste Management                  (23,166)     (30,654)      (30,654)       (28,334)    ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport         (5,520)      (7,399)       (7,399)       (16,347)    ___________
 Parking System                           (2,146)      (5,285)       (5,285)        (3,269)    ___________
 Wastewater System                       (24,806)     (31,711)      (31,711)       (29,424)    ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities            (571,938)    (535,913)     (535,913)      (523,096)    ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                  (2,236)      (4,228)       (4,228)        (5,449)    ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course Fund       (5,606)      (7,399)       (7,399)        (6,539)    ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                    (63,329)     (57,079)      (57,079)       (59,938)    ___________

                                        (723,551)    (714,549)     (714,549)      (709,449)

 GRAND TOTAL                             272,237      346,381       326,352        380,334


PERSONNEL
                                                    Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                      Budget        Budget          Range
Director Of Risk Management                            1             1         5,156 - 7,255
Safety Manager                                         1             1         3,490 - 4,910
Health Benefits Coordinator                            1             1         3,165 - 4,454
Safety Coordinator                                     1             3         3,015 - 4,242
Occupational Health Nurse                              1             1         2,871 - 4,040
Safety Officer                                         3             1         2,734 - 3,847
Administrative Assistant                               1             1         2,142 - 3,015
Risk Management Assistant I                            3             3         1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate II                                    1             1         1,943 - 2,734
Office Assistant II                                    1             1         1,599 - 2,250
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                            14            14
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                                              INTERNAL AUDITOR

                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience     Budget        Experience        Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year        2002-03              by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02      2002-03        Estimated        City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         136,083      204,668         187,852            145,819    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Office Supplies                               910           1,200           1,180           1,250    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   803             670             670             670    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        3,642           4,434           4,434           4,287    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                994           1,195           1,195           1,195    ___________
Telephone, Communications                      21              13              43              23    ___________
Travel                                         55           1,260           1,250           1,200    ___________
Training                                      975           1,000           1,000           1,000    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                  7,400           9,772           9,772           9,625

 TOTAL                                    143,483      214,440         197,624            155,444

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                          (7,258)      (9,794)         (9,794)            (7,150)   ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                     (7,258)      (7,835)         (7,835)            (5,751)   ___________
 Wastewater System                         (2,903)      (3,315)         (3,315)            (2,487)   ___________
 Lakeland Center                           (7,258)      (6,479)         (6,479)            (4,663)   ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport          (5,806)      (4,520)         (4,520)            (3,264)   ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                   (1,452)        (603)           (603)              (466)   ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course             (2,903)      (3,315)         (3,315)            (2,487)   ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                      (4,355)      (8,438)         (8,438)            (6,218)   ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities              (62,420)    (113,430)       (113,430)           (82,541)   ___________

                                         (101,613)    (157,729)       (157,729)          (115,027)

 GRAND TOTAL                               41,870       56,711          39,895             40,417


PERSONNEL
                                                     Current        Proposed           Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                       Budget          Budget             Range
Internal Audit Manager                                  1               1            3,664 - 5,156
Chief Information Security Officer                      1                            3,664 - 5,156
Internal Auditor I                                      1               1            2,871 - 4,040
    TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                           3               2

PART-TIME
Office Associate I                                      1               1
    TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                           1               1
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                                               GENERAL FUND
                                            CENTRAL ACCOUNTING

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                        1,255,803   1,364,179      1,343,377       1,402,339    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Allowance                              3,600        4,800         4,800           4,800     ___________
Repair of Equipment                           480        2,100         2,575           2,600     ___________
Special Services                               56          750           250             750     ___________
Annual Audit                               26,754       34,879        34,879          26,323     ___________
Banking Services                            7,170        8,000         8,018           8,200     ___________
Professional Services                       4,892       10,108        10,108
Legal Advertising                           7,715       12,000        10,710          11,000     ___________
Printing & Photography                      6,117        7,000         7,000           7,000     ___________
Paying Agent, Trustee Fees                  1,679        1,600         1,700           1,700     ___________
Office Supplies                            21,838       20,000        20,000          21,000     ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                 5,110        6,350         6,296           6,301     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       44,135       55,814        53,640          53,262     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              7,664        9,697         9,282           9,282     ___________
Telephone, Communications                     690          600           800             700     ___________
Postage and Mailing                        23,590       23,500        24,875          25,000     ___________
Travel                                      2,030        2,500         2,500           3,480     ___________
Training                                    2,882        2,000         2,000           3,000     ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                      783          450           637             700     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                167,185      202,148       200,070         185,098

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                                                              1,000     ___________

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Code Enforcement Board                     35,099       35,000        36,000          35,000     ___________
Telecommunications Revenue Audit            3,104
Election Expense                              647        1,000           650          41,000     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 38,850       36,000        36,650          76,000

 TOTAL                                   1,461,838   1,602,327      1,580,097       1,664,437

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                         (42,848)     (46,668)       (46,668)        (48,897)   ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                    (28,565)     (31,112)       (31,112)        (32,598)   ___________
 Wastewater System                       (114,261)     (77,780)       (77,780)        (81,496)   ___________
 Parking System                           (14,283)     (15,556)       (15,556)        (16,299)   ___________
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                                                   GENERAL FUND
                                                CENTRAL ACCOUNTING

                                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience       Budget        Experience       Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year        For Year       2002-03             by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02         2002-03       Estimated       City Manager City Commission

COST ALLOCATED TO (continued):
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course                 (42,848)       (46,668)        (46,668)           (48,897)   ___________
 Lakeland Center                               (71,413)       (77,780)        (77,780)           (65,197)   ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport              (57,130)       (62,224)        (62,224)           (65,197)   ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                       (28,565)       (31,112)        (31,112)           (32,598)   ___________
 Solid Waste Management                        (42,848)       (46,668)        (46,668)           (48,897)   ___________
 Water Utilities                               (99,978)      (124,448)       (124,448)          (130,393)   ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities                  (228,522)      (248,896)       (248,896)          (260,786)   ___________

                                              (771,261)      (808,912)       (808,912)          (831,255)

 GRAND TOTAL                                   690,577        793,415         771,185           833,182


Equipment
Electric Seal and Long-Reaching Seal               New                                             1,000


PERSONNEL
                                                            Current       Proposed
POSITION TITLE                                              Budget         Budget
Finance Director                                               1              1          5,967 -    8,398
Assistant Finance Director                                     1              1          4,910 -    6,909
Business Operations Manager I                                  1              1          4,040 -    5,684
Payroll Manager                                                1              1          3,847 -    5,414
Chief Accountant                                               2              2          3,664 -    5,156
Computer Applications Specialist                               2              2          3,324 -    4,677
Accountant III                                                 3              2          3,324 -    4,677
Accountant II                                                                 1          2,871 -    4,040
City Clerk                                                      1             1          2,871 -    4,040
Payroll Supervisor                                              1             1          2,480 -    3,490
Account Clerk IV                                                6             7          2,142 -    3,015
Administrative Assistant                                        1             1          2,142 -    3,015
Office Associate II                                             1             1          1,943 -    2,734
Account Clerk II                                                2             1          1,763 -    2,480
Account Clerk I                                                 1             1          1,599 -    2,250
   TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   24            24

PART-TIME
AccountClerk I                                                 1
Office Associate II                                            1
   TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   2

The proposed budget includes $41,000 for the City to pay expenses related to local elections.
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                                               GENERAL FUND
                                              CITY TREASURER

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         666,479     719,052      682,013       723,354   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Special Services                           10,025      13,050       10,500        11,300   ___________
Office Supplies                             8,594      11,000       10,000        10,500   ___________
Repair of Equipment                        16,087      17,000       18,200        19,425   ___________
Printing & Photography                      2,393       1,700        2,100         2,200   ___________
Postage                                     1,839       2,600        2,400         2,500   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   804       1,000          875           930   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       23,526      30,112       29,900        29,215   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              6,227       4,920        5,200         5,100   ___________
Telephone Communications                      733       1,000          975         1,000   ___________
Travel                                        557       1,800          300         1,255   ___________
Training                                      189         300          300           300   ___________
Citrus Connection Workpass Program             45

 SUB-TOTAL                                 71,019      84,482       80,750        83,725

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Bandit Barriers - Northside Branch                     14,000       13,670

 SUB-TOTAL                                             14,000       13,670

 TOTAL                                    737,498     817,534      776,433       807,079
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                                             GENERAL FUND
                                            CITY TREASURER

                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience    Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                              2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                        (4,094)      (4,327)       (4,327)         (4,278)   ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                   (4,094)      (4,327)       (4,327)         (4,278)   ___________
 Lakeland Center                         (4,094)      (4,327)       (4,327)         (4,278)   ___________
 Solid Waste Management                  (6,127)     (22,368)      (22,368)        (22,114)   ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport        (8,289)      (4,327)       (4,327)         (4,278)   ___________
 Parking System                         (27,819)     (32,328)      (32,328)        (31,960)   ___________
 Wastewater System                       (8,289)     (26,613)      (26,613)        (26,311)   ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities           (481,492)    (534,140)     (534,140)       (545,343)   ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                 (6,127)      (4,327)       (4,327)         (4,278)   ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course           (6,775)      (4,327)       (4,327)         (4,278)   ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                   (79,648)     (52,002)      (52,002)        (51,411)   ___________

                                       (636,848)    (693,413)     (693,413)       (702,807)

 GRAND TOTAL                            100,650      124,121        83,020        104,272



PERSONNEL
                                                   Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                     Budget        Budget          Range
City Treasurer                                        1             1         4,040 - 5,684
Chief Accountant                                      1             1         3,664 - 5,156
Account Clerk IV                                      2             2         2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk III                                     2             2         1,943 - 2,734
Cashier Supervisor                                    2             2         1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate I                                    2             2         1,763 - 2,480
City Hall Receptionist/Switchboard                    1             1         1,679 - 2,362
Office Assistant II                                   1             1         1,599 - 2,250
Office Assistant I                                    3             3         1,450 - 2,040
  TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                          15            15



PART-TIME
Office Assistant I                                    5             5
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                            5             5
                                                                                                           35

                                                   GENERAL FUND
                                              ELECTRIC & WATER FINANCE

                                                                                     BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience      Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year       For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02        2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                             645,554       690,530       682,784        775,679     ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental           18,358        23,847        23,847         23,876     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                                4,783         4,783          4,749     ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                      1,310        1,715         1,315          1,465     ___________
Travel                                             906        1,720         1,650          1,600     ___________
Training                                           552          200           200            200     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                     21,126        32,265        31,795         31,890

 TOTAL                                        666,680       722,795       714,579        807,569

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Water Utilities Fund                          (66,668)     (54,210)      (53,593)        (53,885) ___________
 Lakeland Electric                            (600,012)    (668,585)     (660,986)       (753,684) ___________

                                              (666,680)    (722,795)     (714,579)       (807,569)

 GRAND TOTAL



PERSONNEL
                                                          Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                            Budget        Budget          Range
Assistant Finance Director                                                 1         4,910 - 6,909
Utilities Accounting and Finance Supervisor                  1             1         4,040 - 5,684
Chief Accountant                                             1             1         3,664 - 5,156
Accountant III                                               4             4         3,324 - 4,677
Accountant II                                                1             1         2,871 - 4,040
Account Clerk IV                                             1             1         2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk III                                            4             3         1,943 - 2,734
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                  12            12

PART-TIME
Account Clerk I                                              1             1
Account Clerk III                                                          1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   1             2
                                                                                                      36

                                               GENERAL FUND
                                               UTILITIES BILLING

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year       2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02      2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         264,968      291,391        287,253        312,647     ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Repair of Equipment                           224          300             260           300     ___________
Special Services                            1,133        1,000                         1,000     ___________
Printing & Photography                      1,053        1,200          1,100          1,200     ___________
Office Supplies                             5,381        5,880          5,880          5,880     ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                                120             80            120     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       11,398       13,774         13,774         13,237     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              3,279        3,776          3,776          3,553     ___________
Telephone, Communications                     189          300             60            100     ___________
Postage                                     1,348        1,350          1,350          1,350     ___________
Travel                                        901        1,770          1,672          1,650     ___________
Training                                      780          600            600            920     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 25,686       30,070         28,552         29,310

 TOTAL                                    290,654      321,461        315,805        341,957

COST ALLOCATED TO:
 Wastewater System                       (130,796)    (144,657)      (142,112)       (136,782)   ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                     (58,130)     (32,146)       (31,580)        (34,196)   ___________
 Stormwater Utilities Fund                (26,158)     (48,219)       (47,371)        (51,294)   ___________
 Solid Waste Management                   (75,570)     (96,439)       (94,742)       (119,685)   ___________

                                         (290,654)    (321,461)      (315,805)       (341,957)

 GRAND TOTAL


PERSONNEL                                            Current       Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                       Budget         Budget          Range
Customer Billing System Coordinator                     1              1         3,490 - 4,910
Customer Service Team Leader                            1              1         2,362 - 3,324
Customer Service Representative II                      4              4         1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate I                                      1              1         1,763 - 2,480
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                              7              7

PART-TIME
CBE Student                                             1              1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                              1              1
                                                                                                       37

                                                  GENERAL FUND
                                                FIRE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience     Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                  2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                          6,951,702   7,697,314     7,421,578      9,092,959   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                    750          750          500            750    ___________
Special Services                             14,605       17,000       16,750         17,000    ___________
Office Supplies                               7,136        7,250        7,150          8,400    ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                        5,599        8,250        8,250          9,600    ___________
All Other Material & Supply                   3,840        3,652        3,600          4,200    ___________
Uniforms                                     16,297       16,000       16,000         18,200    ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                     8,761        9,000        9,000         10,800    ___________
Chemicals                                     2,173        2,500        2,500          3,000    ___________
Tools & Implements                            2,411        2,750        2,500          2,750    ___________
Electric Hardware & Plumbing Supply             801        2,000        1,200          2,000    ___________
Fuel                                         39,880       40,000       40,000         42,700    ___________
Fire Fighting Accessories                    31,471       46,929       46,929         56,129    ___________
Food & Supplies for Animals                                1,098        1,098
Rentals                                         388          350          350            350    ___________
Repair of Equipment                          22,632       23,054       23,054         27,600    ___________
Printing & Photography                          555        2,000        1,500          2,000    ___________
Maintenance Of Facilities                    19,371       18,000       18,000         18,000    ___________
Postage                                       1,584        1,600        1,600          1,600    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   1,293        1,828        1,828          2,051    ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - PC's            44,366       54,323       54,323         51,390    ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephone        5,556        8,000                       8,888    ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radio's         16,437       18,012                      17,775    ___________
Telephone, Communications                    10,257       17,444       17,444         17,444    ___________
Travel                                          840          867          840            905    ___________
Laundry & Dry Cleaning                       44,657       50,000       48,500         56,800    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        267          500          300            500    ___________
Repair of Motor Equipment                    54,890       54,000       51,000         54,000    ___________
Software License & Maintenance                  780
Copier lease                                                                           2,500    ___________
Car Washing                                     382          450          375            450    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                  357,979      407,607      374,591        437,782

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                                 32,000       28,500          3,150    ___________
                                                                                                      38

                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                               FIRE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience       Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year       For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02        2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Polk County EMS 2002                          7,800
Training Project                             20,460      21,000       20,750         21,000    ___________
EMS Operations                                7,785       8,000        8,000          9,500    ___________
Fire Safety Management                       24,126      18,964       18,964         18,964    ___________
Hydrant Markers                               1,490       1,500        1,500          1,500    ___________
Intersection Control Equipment                4,921       4,000        4,000          4,000    ___________
Maintenance & Replacement of Equip.          46,479       7,500        7,500          7,500    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                  113,061      60,964       60,714         62,464

 GRAND TOTAL                            7,422,742     8,197,885     7,885,383      9,596,355


Equipment
1 - Jaws of Life Telescoping Ram      New                                              3,150
                                                                                                              39

                                                    GENERAL FUND
                                                  FIRE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                      BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience        Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year        For Year       2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                  2001-02         2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL
                                                          Current        Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                            Budget          Budget          Range
Fire Chief                                                   1               1         5,684 - 7,998
Assistant Fire Chief                                         2               2         4,454 - 6,267
Fire Marshal                                                 1               1         4,242 - 5,969
Fire Shift Commander                                         3               6         3,847 - 5,414
Fire Training Officer                                        1               1         3,490 - 4,910
EMS Supervisor                                               1               1         3,165 - 4,454
Fire Safety Inspector                                        4               4         3,165 - 4,454
Fire Lieutenant                                             21              24         3,015 - 4,242
Fire Equipment Supervisor                                    1               1         2,871 - 4,040
Public Education Officer                                     1               1         3,165 - 4,454
Driver Engineer                                             36              39         2,604 - 3,664
Fire Equipment Mechanic                                      1               1         2,480 - 3,490
Firefighter                                                 51              57         2,480 - 3,490
Administrative Assistant                                     1               1         2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk III                                            1               1         1,943 - 2,734
Office Assistant I                                           2               2         1,450 - 2,040
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                 128             143

PART-TIME
 Fire Safety Specialist                                       2              2
 BCE Student                                                  1              1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                    3              3

For FY04, fifteen fighters are included in the proposed FY04 budget to staff a new fire station (#6) to be constructed in
Northeast Lakeland. The Fire Department budget includes operating and maintenance expenses for the new station, which
are proposed
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                                                 POLICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                                                  Proposed      Adjustments
                                         Experience    Budget        2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                  2001-02      2002-03      Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                        17,601,797    19,089,831   18,764,931     19,548,563   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              975,156      998,936       995,570      1,018,545   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment               254,656      290,632       336,442        350,676   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment            373,913      342,378       381,794        357,790   ___________
Auto Allowance                                   72
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                  1,250        5,500         4,800         5,500    ___________
Special Services                             52,321       28,023        26,700        27,488    ___________
Professional Services                        14,415        8,395        11,150        11,395    ___________
Legal Advertising                             1,985        2,900         2,700         2,000    ___________
Office Supplies                              78,184       78,000        76,155        78,694    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                        22,063       31,381        29,477        29,500    ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               37,795       41,535        37,350        37,022    ___________
Uniforms                                    116,419      132,750       125,000       123,807    ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supplies                  18,769       17,000        17,500                  ___________
Fuel                                             25        1,000           500         1,000    ___________
License Tags                                    885        1,200         1,200         1,200    ___________
Crime Prevention Unit Material                5,177        6,000         4,500         5,000    ___________
Food & Supplies - Animals                     5,052        5,000         5,000         5,000    ___________
Training Ammunition                                        9,800         9,700         9,800    ___________
Leases                                       72,919       84,503        88,622        79,412    ___________
Rentals                                       1,049          300           150           300    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                    12,410       13,500        14,750        14,000    ___________
Repair of Equipment                         148,790      190,663       184,100       212,348    ___________
Intra Departmental Charges - PC Rental      263,036      337,228       345,275       347,750    ___________
Intra Departmental Charges - Radio's         81,258      111,901       111,901       111,150    ___________
Printing & Photography                       20,556       25,000        23,000        20,000    ___________
Postage                                      15,015       15,000        15,000        15,000    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                  10,754       12,536        12,456        12,500    ___________
Telephone, Communications                   129,394      137,755       137,195       139,023    ___________
Intra Departmental Charges - Telephone       76,075      108,835        88,468        90,184    ___________
Travel                                        3,985        4,200         3,500         4,200    ___________
Laundry & Dry Cleaning                      100,272       98,000       103,000       105,000    ___________
Training                                     12,790       12,837        12,700        13,200    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                      2,290        3,400         3,600         3,400    ___________
Car Washing                                   9,538       10,000         9,900        10,000    ___________
Confidential Informants                      55,000       55,000        55,000        55,000    ___________
Police Auxiliary                             70,183       65,500        65,500        66,500    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                3,043,451    3,286,588    3,339,655      3,363,384
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                                                    POLICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                                                     Proposed      Adjustments
                                            Experience    Budget        2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                     2001-02      2002-03      Estimated    City Manager City Commission



CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                       20,078       16,950        16,350          5,277   ___________

   TOTAL                                    20,665,326    22,393,369   22,120,936     22,917,224

GRANT PROGRAMS
DOJ - COPS MORE                                 13,268
DOJ-COPS Universal                             283,957      124,706       113,322
DOJ - Law Enforcement Block Grant              288,946      324,199       298,184       300,757    ___________
FDOT- Traffic Enforcement                      158,759
DOJ-COPS in Schools                            376,174      144,284       137,842       148,599    ___________
DOJ - COPS Homeland Security Overtime                                                    48,928    ___________
Polk County School Board-SRO                   290,853      308,741       284,858       314,449    ___________
Stop Violence Against Women (DART)              86,003       87,119        86,026        83,826    ___________
LHA                                            163,459      169,943       171,156
FOAG-Victim Assistance (VOCA)                  105,856      120,206        95,449       118,973    ___________
FDLE-High School Crime Prevention IV 0          58,471                        666
DOJ - School Based Partnership                     616
DEA Weed & Seed FY 00-01                        16,629          646
BJA - Safe Neighborhoods                                                                172,323    ___________
High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area 00-0        1,134
LPD / Polk County - HIDTA                       30,349       22,776         9,522
DEFY - Drug Education for Youth                  1,350
FDLE - DUI Enforcement (equipment)                           54,971        52,889
FDLE- Juvenile Justice                          61,478       41,984        42,225        45,485    ___________
FDLE - Cops Mentoring Program                   17,571       10,700         9,000
FDLE - Truancy Interdiction Program                          45,943        43,986        48,386    ___________
FDLE - DUI Enforcement                                       33,600        33,594
DOF - Automated Fingerprint ID                              108,500       108,500
DOJ - Bulletproof Vests II                      22,426       39,020        39,020
Florida Motor Vehicle Theft                      6,680        7,265         7,265

   SUB-TOTAL                                  1,983,979    1,644,603    1,533,504      1,281,726



SPECIAL PROJECTS
Crime Watch                                      7,536        7,145         6,000         6,145    ___________
Special Overtime                                60,447       56,000        50,000        56,000    ___________
Lakeland Night Out Program                         823        1,000           836         1,000    ___________
Emergency Preparedness                           1,674        3,500         1,800         2,500    ___________
Recruitment                                     12,036       12,000        11,900        12,000    ___________
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                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                               POLICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                                               Proposed      Adjustments
                                       Experience    Budget       2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02      2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS (continued):
D.A.R.E./G.R.E.A.T. - Donations             5,050        6,540        6,200
Aircraft Operations                       108,866      100,000      105,000       100,000    ___________
Victim Assistance Program                  25,000       25,000       25,000        25,000    ___________
Training Center                            45,557       35,200       34,500        36,727    ___________
Police Education                           36,167       42,000       37,000        38,000    ___________
Canine Training - Donations                   414        1,577        1,000
Investigative Cost Reimbursement           86,955       33,637       33,637
Do the Right Thing - Donations              3,765        5,195        5,195
Victim Assistance Donations                   683        1,461        1,461
School Resource Officers - Donations                     4,568        4,568
Subfloor Replacement                       15,070
Storage Shelving for -Property and
   Evidence Room                            7,912
DEFY Donations                                302          498          498
Police Activities League & DARE                          3,000        3,000         3,000    ___________
Weed & Seed Implementation                              84,200        1,853

   SUB-TOTAL                              418,257      422,521      329,448       280,372

   TOTAL                                 2,402,236   2,067,124    1,862,952      1,562,098

                                            LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND
OPERATING EXPENSES
Special Services                                                      1,500
All Other Material & Supplies                                        29,000
Training                                                             10,000
Administrative Costs                       31,502       85,000       41,000
Non-Capital Equipment                       6,229                     3,500

   SUB-TOTAL                               37,731       85,000       85,000

CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                  25,697       56,619       56,619

   TOTAL                                   63,428      141,619      141,619
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                                            GENERAL FUND
                                          POLICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                          BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                                           Proposed      Adjustments
                                 Experience     Budget        2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                          2001-02       2002-03      Estimated    City Manager City Commission



                                       FEDERALLY FORFEITED PROPERTY
OPERATING EXPENSES
Contractual Services                                              8,000
All Other Materials & Supplies          4,615
Equipment - NonCapital                  6,000      34,080        26,080

   SUB-TOTAL                           10,615      34,080        34,080


CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                              14,778      75,234        75,234

   TOTAL                               25,393     109,314       109,314

   GRAND TOTAL                    23,156,383    24,711,426   24,234,821     24,479,322



Equipment
1 - Radio System Consolette      New                                             5,277
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                                                  GENERAL FUND
                                                POLICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                                            Proposed      Adjustments
                                        Experience   Budget     2002-03         by             by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02     2002-03   Estimated   City Manager City Commission

PERSONNEL
                                                     Current   Proposed      Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                       Budget     Budget        Range
Police Chief                                            1          1       5,684 - 7,998
Police General Counselor & Advisor                      1          1       5,156 - 7,255
Assistant Police Chief                                  2          2       4,910 - 6,909
Administrative Services Director                        1          1       4,677 - 6,580
Police Captain                                          4          4       4,454 - 6,267
Police Lieutenant                                      11          11      3,847 - 5,414
Chief Accountant                                        1          1       3,664 - 5,156
Programmer III                                          1          1       3,664 - 5,156
Police Planning & Research Supervisor                   1          1       3,490 - 4,910
Police Information Systems Manager                      1          1       3,490 - 4,910
Laboratory Services Supervisor                          1          1       3,324 - 4,677
Police Sergeant                                        32          32      3,324 - 4,677
Computer Applications Specialist                        1          1       3,324 - 4,677
Master Police Officer                                  35          35      3,015 - 4,242
Police Officer                                        127         133      2,871 - 4,040
Police Administrative Coordinator                       3          3       2,734 - 3,847
Police Administrative Coordinator-Weed n Seed           1                  2,734 - 3,847
Emergency Communications Shift Superv                   4           4      2,604 - 3,664
Crime Scene Technician II                               1           1      2,480 - 3,490
Crime Analyst                                           1           1      2,362 - 3,324
Crime Scene Technician I                                2           3      2,250 - 3,165
Chief Clerk                                             2           2      2,250 - 3,165
Administrative Assistant                                2           2      2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk IV                                        1           1      2,142 - 3,015
Court Liaison                                           1           1      2,142 - 3,015
Legal Secretary II                                      1           1      2,142 - 3,015
Emergency Communications Specialist                    37           37     2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk III                                       3           3      1,943 - 2,734
Police Property Clerk                                   4           4      1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate II                                     3           3      1,943 - 2,734
Public Safety Aide I                                   15           15     1,943 - 2,734
Account Clerk II                                        1           1      1,763 - 2,480
Office Associate I                                     10           10     1,763 - 2,480
Custodian Foreman                                       1                  1,763 - 2,480
Office Associate I - Weed n Seed                        1                  1,763 - 2,480
Office Assistant II                                     5            5     1,599 - 2,250
Civilian Crime Prevention Practitioner                  2            4     2,040 - 2,871
Office Assistant I                                      2            2     1,450 - 2,040
Operations Support Worker I                             3                  1,381 - 1,943
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                            326           329
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                                                     GENERAL FUND
                                                   POLICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                                                        Proposed      Adjustments
                                          Experience       Budget          2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02         2002-03        Estimated    City Manager City Commission



                                                           Current        Proposed
POSITION TITLE                                             Budget          Budget
GRANT-FUNDED POSITIONS
Police Sergeant - DOJ                                          1              1         3,324 -   4,677
Master Police Officer - DOJ                                    1              1         3,015 -   4,242
Master Police Officer - SRO                                    3              3         3,015 -   4,242
PC Technician III - DOJ                                        1              1         2,734 -   3,847
Police Officer - LHA                                           2                        2,871 -   4,040
Police Officer - SRO                                           2              2         2,871 -   4,040
Police Officer - DOJ                                           2              2         2,871 -   4,040
Police Officer - COPS in Schools 2                             3              3         2,871 -   4,040
Police Officer - COPS Universal V                              6                        2,871 -   4,040
Police Officer - Traffic Enforcement                           1                        2,871 -   4,040
Police Officer - Safe Neighborhoods                                           3         2,871 -   4,040
Police Administrative Coordinator - Juvenile Justice          1               1         2,734 -   3,847
Community Resources Coordinator - Truancy Interdiction        1               1         2,480 -   3,490
Victim Assistance Coordinator- VOCA                           1               1         2,250 -   3,165
Victim Assistance Coordinator- DART                           1               1         2,250 -   3,165
Victim Assistance Advocate - VOCA                             2               2         1,851 -   2,604
Victim Assistance Advocate - DART                             1               1         1,851 -   2,604
Civilian Crime Prevention Practitioner - LH                   2                         2,040 -   2,871
TOTAL GRANT-FUNDED POSITIONS                                  31              23

PART-TIME
 DCT (CBE Students)                                           9               9
Office Associate I                                            2               2
 Neighborhood Watch Coordinator                               4               4
 Emergency Communications Specialist                          6               6
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                    21              21



Three major grant programs employing eleven positions are ending as the grants expire. Nine positions, including six police
officers, two Crime Scene Practitioners, and one Crime Scene Technician, are proposed to be retained and funded through
a property tax increase as are the costs to maintain the aviation unit (helicopter). The total expenses associated with
maintaining police operations, as described, is $614,157 which requires an increase of .2 mills.
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                                            GENERAL FUND
                                       CENTRAL SERVICES DIRECTOR

                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience      Budget      Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year      For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                              2001-02       2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                       190,796       199,382       207,955          214,193    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Payroll - Auto Allowance                  3,600         4,800         4,800            4,800    ___________
Repair of Equipment                          79            79            79              468    ___________
Office Supplies                           1,331         1,450         1,450            1,227    ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental        4,210         5,868         5,868            5,722    ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Telephone              1,900         2,180         2,180            2,204    ___________
Telephone, Communications                    57            95            95              149    ___________
Postage                                      40           100           100              100    ___________
Travel                                                    170           170
Training                                    115           200           200              150    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                               11,332        14,942        14,942           14,820

 TOTAL                                  202,128       214,324       222,897          229,013

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                       (44,026)      (46,505)      (46,505)         (49,925)   ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                  (44,026)      (46,932)      (46,932)         (50,383)   ___________
 Wastewater System                       (1,957)       (2,133)       (2,133)          (2,290)   ___________
 Parking System                                        (2,133)       (2,133)          (2,290)   ___________
 Lakeland Center Fund                                  (1,493)       (1,493)          (1,603)   ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport         (1,957)      (1,493)       (1,493)          (1,603)   ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                  (1,957)      (1,067)       (1,067)          (1,145)   ___________
 Solid Waste Management                   (1,957)      (2,133)       (2,133)          (2,290)   ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course                         (1,920)       (1,920)          (2,061)   ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                     (1,957)      (4,053)       (4,053)          (4,351)   ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities              (9,784)     (27,732)      (27,732)         (29,772)   ___________

                                       (107,621)     (137,594)     (137,594)        (147,713)

 GRAND TOTAL                             94,507        76,730        85,303           81,300


PERSONNEL
                                                    Current      Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                      Budget        Budget           Range
Central Services Director                              1             1          5,684 - 7,998
Administrative Assistant                               2             2          2,142 - 3,015
TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                              3             3
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                                                  GENERAL FUND
                                                 COMMUNICATIONS

                                                                                     BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience      Budget        Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year      For Year        2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02       2002-03        Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                            126,609          135,012      132,872       143,590     ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment                 2,230            3,410        3,410          3,423    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                    983              883        1,800          1,317    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment                 261              533        1,600            261    ___________
Special Services                                                2,500        1,500          2,500    ___________
Office Supplies                                  590            1,385        1,350            300    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                          1,450            1,600        1,600            500    ___________
All Other Material & Supply                      217              143          140            143    ___________
Cleaning and Janitor Supply                       42              100           75            100    ___________
Tools, & Implements                              504            2,545        2,541            250    ___________
Parts for Equipment                           44,024           40,670       40,600         41,000    ___________
Maintenance of Facility                                           150           75            150    ___________
Repair of Equipment                           43,952           49,694       50,000         35,000    ___________
Postage & Mailing                                380                                          100    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                      569              480          480            543    ___________
IntraDepartmental Charges - PC Rental          2,075            2,478        2,478          1,911    ___________
IntraDepartmental Charges - Telephone            819            1,028        1,028          1,028    ___________
Telephone, Communications                      1,366            1,287        1,200          1,128    ___________
Travel                                           (27)           2,950        1,515          1,515    ___________
Training                                                        3,400        2,275          2,500    ___________
Licenses & Permits                                              4,180        4,180

 SUB-TOTAL                                    99,435          119,416      117,847         93,669

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                     17,917             220                       13,000    ___________

 GRAND TOTAL                                 243,961          254,648      250,719       250,259


Equipment
Antenna and coaxial system interrogator                 New                                13,000


PERSONNEL
                                                          Current       Proposed       Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                            Budget         Budget         Range
Communications System Supervisor                            1               1        3,664 - 5,156
Trunked Radio Technician                                    1               1        3,165 - 4,454
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                  2              2


Included in the equipment account is $13,000 to purchase a new antenna and associated equipment for the new simulcast
system.
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                                              GENERAL FUND
                                      MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SERVICES

                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience      Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year      For Year       2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02       2002-03       Estimated      City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         1,223,359    1,412,180       1,374,228       1,565,430    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Repair of Equipment                          4,428         2,500          1,300           2,500     ___________
Software License & Maintenance             439,961       451,273        410,000         440,022     ___________
Special Services                            24,120        37,100         35,128          37,100     ___________
Legal Advertising                              857           839            839             850     ___________
Printing & Photography                          82           100             55             100     ___________
Office Supplies                             11,001         5,938          6,500           6,000     ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                    666         1,425          1,400           1,000     ___________
Intra-Dept Charges - PC Rental              36,984        42,794         41,382          45,384     ___________
Intra-Dept Charges - Telephone               5,322         5,594          5,668           5,722     ___________
Telephone, Communications                      852           574            528             693     ___________
Postage                                        132           100             10             100     ___________
Travel                                      10,054         3,288          2,500           1,210     ___________
Training                                    33,464        40,000         37,000          45,000     ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        15           197            212             300     ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       17,168         2,300          2,200           2,300     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 585,106       594,022        544,722         588,281

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                   15,158         3,200          3,131          32,500     ___________

 TOTAL                                    1,823,623    2,009,402       1,922,081       2,186,211

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                          (35,099)      (39,354)        (39,354)        (41,538)   ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                     (26,725)      (45,568)        (45,568)        (50,283)   ___________
 Wastewater System                         (47,129)      (39,354)        (39,354)        (39,352)   ___________
 Parking System Fund                        (9,379)      (22,784)        (22,784)        (26,235)   ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course Fund        (23,382)      (18,641)        (18,641)        (17,490)   ___________
 Lakeland Center Fund                      (16,083)      (41,425)        (41,425)        (32,793)   ___________
 Lakeland Linder Airport Fund              (20,688)      (37,283)        (37,283)        (52,469)   ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center Fund              (11,129)
 Solid Waste Management                    (19,452)      (20,713)       (20,713)        (20,769) ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                      (47,129)      (45,568)       (45,568)        (45,910) ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities              (877,603)     (758,079)      (758,079)       (710,519) ___________

                                         (1,133,798)   (1,068,769)    (1,068,769)     (1,037,358)

 GRAND TOTAL                               689,825       940,633        853,312        1,148,853
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                                                GENERAL FUND
                                        MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SERVICES

                                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience        Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year        For Year        2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                    2001-02         2002-03        Estimated     City Manager City Commission



Equipment
Network security equipment                New                                                   32,500


PERSONNEL
                                                             Current       Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                               Budget         Budget           Range
Management Information Services Mgr                             1              1          4,910 - 6,909
Systems Administrator                                           2              2          4,040 - 5,684
Systems Analyst                                                 2              2          3,847 - 5,414
Project Manager                                                 1              1          3,664 - 5,156
Chief Information Security Officer                                             1          3,664 - 5,156
Programmer III                                                  6              6          3,664 - 5,156
Database Analyst II                                             2              2          3,490 - 4,910
Programmer II                                                   4              4          3,324 - 4,677
Programmer I                                                    2              2          3,015 - 4,242
Technical Writer / Trainer                                      1              1          3,015 - 4,242
TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                       21            22


The Chief Information Security Officer position is proposed to be transferred from the Internal Audit Office to the
Management Information Services Division, as this position's functions are more in-line with the work of the MIS division.
The position will continue to report to the City Manager’s Office. The equipment account ($32,500) includes sensors,
forensic and other specialized equipment to insure the security of the City’s computer network.
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                                        GENERAL FUND
                                      RECORDS RETENTION

                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                 Experience     Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                  For Year      For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                          2001-02       2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                   120,258       119,050       117,538         122,284     ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Repair of Equipment                   1,605         1,498         1,000           1,786     ___________
Printing & Photography                  294            25            25              25     ___________
Office Supplies                         306           350           350             350     ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships             165           195           165             195     ___________
Intra-Dept Charges - PC Rental        3,884         6,542         5,290           5,273     ___________
Intra-Dept Charges - Telephone          848           900         1,110           1,110     ___________
Telephone, Communications                15           392            24              15     ___________
Postage                                  14            20            16              20     ___________
Travel                                  634           500           100             200     ___________
Training                                128           200           200             200     ___________
Contractual Services                  5,334         4,094         4,094           4,094     ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                              80            80              80     ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                                 631           631           2,431     ___________
All Other Material & Supply             791         2,000         1,000           2,000     ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                              152           152             152     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                           14,018        17,579        14,237          17,931     ___________

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                           4,023         4,023

 TOTAL                              134,276       140,652       135,798         140,215

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Purchasing and Stores                (8,322)      (8,755)        (8,538)         (8,763)   ___________
 Wastewater                           (2,490)      (2,620)        (2,524)         (2,622)   ___________
 Lakeland Center                      (1,332)      (1,401)        (1,528)         (1,402)   ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                 (3,995)      (4,203)        (4,099)         (4,206)   ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities         (29,959)     (31,519)       (30,739)        (31,548)   ___________

                                     (46,098)     (48,498)       (47,428)        (48,541)

 GRAND TOTAL                         88,178        92,154        88,370          91,674


PERSONNEL
                                                Current      Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                  Budget        Budget           Range
Records Supervisor                                1             1           2,362 - 3,324
Office Associate I                                2             2           1,763 - 2,480
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                        3             3
                                                                                                          51

                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                              TELECOMMUNICATIONS

                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience     Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year      For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                                  2001-02       2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                            51,890        59,231        59,126          62,567     ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Office Supplies                                 300           640           350             550     ___________
Repair of Equipment                              89            89            89
Intra-Dept Charges - PC Rental                2,435         2,963         3,000           3,001     ___________
Intra-Dept Charges - Telephone                  702           775           775             774     ___________
Telephone, Communications                        90           146           162             176     ___________
Training                                        756           200           100           1,500     ___________
Travel                                                                                      100     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                    4,372         4,813         4,476           6,101

 TOTAL                                       56,262        64,044        63,602          68,668

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                             (1,561)        (346)          (346)           (328)   ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                        (1,561)        (639)          (639)           (598)   ___________
 Wastewater System                            (3,122)        (718)          (718)           (791)   ___________
 Parking System                                 (650)        (124)          (124)           (116)   ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course                (1,236)        (346)          (346)           (656)   ___________
 Lakeland Center                              (5,269)      (4,926)        (4,926)         (4,187)   ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport             (1,236)        (411)          (411)           (791)   ___________
 Lakeland Airside Center                      (1,236)        (163)          (163)           (289)   ___________
 Solid Waste Management                       (1,236)        (346)          (346)           (347)   ___________
 Water Utilities Fund                         (4,357)      (1,357)        (1,357)         (1,293)   ___________
 Electric Utilities Fund                     (34,798)     (33,156)       (33,156)        (37,778)   ___________

                                             (56,262)     (42,532)       (42,532)        (47,174)

 GRAND TOTAL                                               21,512        21,070          21,494


PERSONNEL
                                                        Current      Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                          Budget        Budget           Range
Telecommunications Service Coordinator                     1             1          2,871 - 4,040
  TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                1             1
                                                                                                      52

                                              GENERAL FUND
                                          PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         247,077      269,002       274,868        293,050     ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Allowance                              4,771        4,800         4,800          4,800     ___________
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              1,688        2,363         2,300          2,371     ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 408          408           500            547     ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment              687          117           650            687     ___________
Special Services                              590          500           500            500     ___________
Office Supplies                             3,156        3,300         3,200          3,300     ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                        353                                     1,200     ___________
Repair of Equipment                            50        1,200         1,700          1,700     ___________
Printing & Photography                        698          700           500            500     ___________
Postage                                       496          400           400            400     ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   603          700           700            700     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        7,574        9,134         8,200          8,144     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              2,064        2,543         2,500          2,543     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                   463          450           450            450     ___________
Telephone, Communications                   1,559        1,926           800            794     ___________
Travel                                        962        2,000         2,000          2,000     ___________
Training                                    1,294        1,500         1,500          1,500     ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                    1,168        1,200         1,200          1,200     ___________
Licenses & Permits                            104

 SUB-TOTAL                                 28,688       33,241        31,900         33,336

 TOTAL                                    275,765      302,243       306,768        326,386

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Solid Waste Management                   (17,328)     (18,597)      (18,597)       (19,509) ___________

                                          (17,328)     (18,597)      (18,597)       (19,509)

 GRAND TOTAL                              258,437      283,646       288,171        306,877

PERSONNEL
                                                     Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                       Budget        Budget          Range
Director Of Public Works                               1             1          5,684 - 7,998
Transportation Projects Manager                        1             1          4,242 - 5,969
Administrative Assistant                               1             1          2,142 - 3,015
Office Associate II                                    1             1          1,943 - 2,734
 TOTAL FULL TIME EMPLOYEES                             4             4
                                                                                                 53

                                               GENERAL FUND
                                                ENGINEERING

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         811,513     862,206      826,616       897,228   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             10,355      23,921       11,961        12,001   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment               5,076       7,959        3,980         4,940   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           12,496       4,384        6,000         3,996   ___________
Special Services                            2,069       2,500        2,500         2,500   ___________
Advertising                                               200          200           200   ___________
Office Supplies                             9,353       9,000        9,000         9,000   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                         581       1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________
Uniforms                                    2,718       3,000        3,000         3,500   ___________
Tools & Implements                          1,679       2,500        2,500         2,500   ___________
Printing & Photography                        294         600          500           600   ___________
Postage                                       279         700          600           700   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                 2,041       2,000        2,400         2,453   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       38,442      45,342       43,858        33,368   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              4,034       4,284        4,284         4,284   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                 2,547       2,252        2,252         2,250   ___________
Telephone, Communications                   1,711       1,300        2,000         2,000   ___________
Travel                                      3,559       2,500        2,500         2,500   ___________
Training                                    1,110       1,500        1,500         1,500   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                    1,009         500          700           700   ___________
Software Licenses & Maintenance             2,170       2,200        2,500         2,500   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                101,523     117,642      103,234        92,492

 GRAND TOTAL                              913,036     979,848      929,850       989,720
                                                                                        54

                                        GENERAL FUND
                                         ENGINEERING

                                                                     BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                Experience   Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                 For Year    For Year    2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                         2001-02     2002-03    Estimated    City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL
                                             Current    Proposed       Monthly
POSITION TITLE                               Budget      Budget         Range
Manager Of Engineering                         1            1        5,156 - 7,255
Professional Engineer                          1            1        4,454 - 6,267
Professional Surveyor Mapper                   1            1        3,847 - 5,414
Traffic Engineer                                1           1        3,847 - 5,414
Engineer II                                     3           3        3,664 - 5,156
Chief Engineering Inspector                    1            1        3,324 - 4,677
Engineer I                                      1           1        3,324 - 4,677
Engineering Inspector                          2            2        2,604 - 3,664
Survey Mapping Technician III                   2           2        2,480 - 3,490
Engineering Technician I                       1            1        2,362 - 3,324
Survey Mapping Technician II                    2           2        2,250 - 3,165
Survey Mapping Technician I                    2            2        1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate I                              1           1        1,763 - 2,480
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                     19          19



CONTRACT EMPLOYEES
Engineering Inspector                           1           1
 TOTAL CONTRACT EMPLOYEES                       1           1
                                                                                                   55

                                         GENERAL FUND
                   PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE DIVISION

                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Actual      Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year    For Year       2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02     2002-03     Estimated      City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                      1,700,197   1,846,003      1,814,332      1,907,929   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment           182,801     202,283       204,483        201,601    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment             66,657      62,241        63,000         75,000    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment         119,437      85,498        86,000        110,821    ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                             750           750            750    ___________
Special Services                          12,883      11,857        11,857         11,857    ___________
Office Supplies                            6,246       6,900         6,900          6,200    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                      7,899       8,255         8,255          8,000    ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies            18,304      22,000        22,000         20,000    ___________
Uniforms                                   8,072      10,500        10,500         10,500    ___________
Cleaning & Janitorial Supplies             2,821       2,500         2,500          2,500    ___________
Construction Materials                    18,726      22,000        22,000         22,000    ___________
Chemicals                                  4,017       5,500         5,500          5,500    ___________
Tools, Implements & Instruments            8,005       8,300         8,300          8,000    ___________
Fuel                                       1,203       1,650         1,650          1,650    ___________
Safety Supplies                            5,764       5,290         5,290          5,290    ___________
Parts for Equipment                       13,214      15,000        15,000         15,000    ___________
Leases                                   225,873     225,873       225,873        225,873    ___________
Rentals                                      516       3,000         3,000          1,500    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                  7,844      10,052        10,052          9,000    ___________
Repair of Equipment                       12,537       9,000         9,000          8,545    ___________
Printing & Photography                       439         500           500            500    ___________
Postage                                      322         350           350            350    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                1,020       1,038         1,038          1,038    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental      19,764      20,000        23,712         23,712    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone             1,082       2,971         2,971          2,748    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                6,887       8,331         8,331          8,331    ___________
Telephone, Communications                  2,588       2,023         2,023          2,023    ___________
Travel                                     3,896       3,900         3,900          3,900    ___________
Training                                     810       1,700         1,700          1,700    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                     277         500           500            500    ___________
Fines & Penalties                             25          25            25

 SUB-TOTAL                               759,929     759,787       766,960        794,389

CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                 12,537      15,500        15,500         11,500    ___________
                                                                                                          56

                                           GENERAL FUND
                     PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE DIVISION

                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                             Actual      Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year    For Year        2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                    2001-02     2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Other Projects City Departments                934
CSX Right of Way                                               325            325           325     ___________
Cleaning of Downtown Streetscape            15,000                                       15,000     ___________
Downtown Painting Of Ornamental Streetscape                                               6,000     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                     15,934          325            325        21,325

   GRAND TOTAL                              2,488,597   2,621,615       2,597,117      2,735,143

Equipment
8" concrete grinder                    replacement                                        3,800
Demo saw                               replacement                                        1,200
Walkbehind saw                         replacement                                        5,400
Fire resistant storage cabinet         replacement                                        1,100
                                                                                         11,500
PERSONNEL
                                                        Current       Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                          Budget         Budget          Range
Manager Of Construction & Maintenance                      1              1         4,242 - 5,969
Assistant Manager Of Construction & Maint                  1              1         3,490 - 4,910
Supervisor Of Maintenance                                  1              1         3,490 - 4,910
Construction Supervisor                                    1              1         3,490 - 4,910
Construction Foreman                                       2              3         2,871 - 4,040
Maintenance Foreman II                                     2              2         2,871 - 4,040
Environmental Technician III                               1              1         2,734 - 3,847
Equipment Operator IV                                      2              1         2,604 - 3,664
Environmental Technician II                                1              1         2,480 - 3,490
Equipment Operator III                                     4              4         2,362 - 3,324
Construction Trades Worker III                             2              2         2,250 - 3,165
Construction Trades Worker II                             10             10         2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk IV                                           1              1         2,142 - 3,015
Equipment Operator II                                     11             11         2,142 - 3,015
Warehouse Operations Technician II                         1              1         2,142 - 3,015
Office Associate II                                        2              2         1,943 - 2,734
Construction Trades Worker I                               7              7         1,943 - 2,734
Operations Support Technician II                           3              3         1,943 - 2,734
Operations Support Technician I                            6              6         1,763 - 2,480
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                59             59

CONTRACT EMPLOYEES
Custodian (PT)                                             1              1
 TOTAL CONTRACT EMPLOYEES                                  1              1
                                                                                                      57

                                          GENERAL FUND
                      PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - LAKES AND STORMWATER SECTION

                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Actual     Budget          Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year    For Year          2002-03         by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02     2002-03        Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                        162,207     160,400          158,929       176,699     ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             9,043       8,890            9,000         9,517     ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment              1,834       2,248            2,200         1,834     ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           3,085       2,594            8,000         3,046     ___________
Office Supplies                              250         400              400           400     ___________
Uniforms                                   1,177       1,000            1,000         1,000     ___________
Tools, Implements & Instruments              172         500              500           500     ___________
Safety Supplies                              458         500              500           500     ___________
Printing & Photography                       250         250              250           250     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental      12,780      15,289           13,254        13,253     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone               814       1,089            1,312         1,311     ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                  289         675              676           675     ___________
Repair of Equipment                                                       350
Telephone, Communications                  1,116          1,000           616           713     ___________
Travel                                                                    175
Training                                   1,621           710            710         1,000     ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                32,889      35,145           38,943        33,999

  GRAND TOTAL                            195,096     195,545          197,872       210,698



PERSONNEL
                                                   Current         Proposed       Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                     Budget           Budget         Range
Manager of Lakes & Stormwater                         1                1        4,242 - 5,969
Environmental Specialist                              3                3        2,871 - 4,040
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                            4                4

PART-TIME
Laboratory Technician II                              1                1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                            1                1
                                                                                                 58

                                               GENERAL FUND
                                                  TRAFFIC

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         518,117     560,072      551,034        592,986   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             36,689      36,491       33,012         36,602   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment               6,147       7,626        6,586          9,059   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment            9,697       6,686        6,686          9,880   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                              250                         250   ___________
Special Services                            3,226       6,000        6,000          6,000   ___________
Office Supplies                             5,115       5,000        5,000          5,000   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       1,130       3,000        2,800          4,500   ___________
All Other Material & Supply                56,259      55,000       55,000         55,000   ___________
Uniforms                                    1,957       2,400        2,300          2,400   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                   1,061       1,000        1,000          1,000   ___________
Tools & Implements                            710         900          900            900   ___________
Fuel                                          199         300          350            350   ___________
Rentals                                       826       1,300        1,000          1,200   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                   2,060       1,600        1,000          1,500   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         9,604      10,200       10,200         10,200   ___________
Printing & Photography                        176         200          100            150   ___________
Postage                                       217         250          250            250   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   884       1,035        1,035          1,035   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       22,824      26,958       26,958         25,670   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                 2,778       3,602        3,602          3,375   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                100                      100            100   ___________
Telephone, Communications                   2,231       3,000        3,000          3,000   ___________
Travel                                        947         700        2,100          2,200   ___________
Training                                    1,032       1,100        2,000          2,000   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                                  500          150            250   ___________
Annual Railroad Maintenance                 5,251       8,000        8,000          8,000   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                171,120     183,098      179,129        189,871

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                   7,593       7,200        7,200

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Recovery Project - Outside of City         14,174
Traffic Operations Building Carpet          6,515

 SUB-TOTAL                                 20,689

 GRAND TOTAL                              717,519     750,370      737,363        782,857
                                                                                          59

                                         GENERAL FUND
                                            TRAFFIC

                                                                      BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                 Experience    Budget    Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                  For Year    For Year    2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                          2001-02     2002-03    Estimated     City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL:
                                              Current    Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                Budget      Budget          Range
Manager of Traffic Operations                    1           1         4,040 - 5,684
Traffic Signal Foreman                           1           1         3,165 - 4,454
Traffic System Operator                          1           1         3,165 - 4,454
Traffic Signal Technician                        3           3         2,734 - 3,847
Traffic Engineering Technician                   1           1         2,480 - 3,490
Traffic Sign Technician                          3           3         1,851 - 2,604
Office Assistant II                              1           1         1,599 - 2,250
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                      11          11

PART-TIME
 Traffic Engineering Aide                        1           1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                       1           1
                                                                                                    60

                                               GENERAL FUND
                                 FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                   OPERATIONS
PERSONAL SERVICES                        594,658     576,984       552,211         709,519   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment            21,925      22,539        24,591          24,751   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment              4,618       5,053         5,511           5,297   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment          13,160       8,458         6,900          11,815   ___________
Contractual Services                       6,326       5,000         4,500           7,500   ___________
Advertising                                   86         200            50             200   ___________
Office Supplies                            3,991       4,500         3,991           4,250   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                     4,304         750           125             750   ___________
Uniforms                                   2,278       3,200         3,200           2,750   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                     20         300           100          17,800   ___________
Construction Materials                       689       1,000           100             750   ___________
Paints & Paint Supplies                    7,250       6,600         6,600           6,600   ___________
Tools & Implements                         1,798       2,500         1,500           2,000   ___________
Contract Labor                            11,810       3,000        16,075          10,000   ___________
Electric Hardware & Plumbing Supply          182         500           500             500   ___________
Fuel                                                     250           250             250   ___________
Rentals                                    1,287       1,200         1,200           1,200   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                 59,722      49,000        42,000          49,000   ___________
Repair of Equipment                          223       1,000           100           1,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                       987         600           400             600   ___________
Postage                                       76         100           200             100   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                  350         700           650             700   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - PC Rental             5,541       5,212        10,056          10,056   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                1,852       1,037         1,450           1,000   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                         4,042         4,042           4,006   ___________
Telephone, Communications                  4,993       4,500         7,000           4,500   ___________
Training                                   2,332       3,000         3,000           3,000   ___________
Licenses & Permits                           209         200           200             200   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                     281       1,200           650           1,200   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES                       156,290     135,641       144,941         171,775

TOTAL OPERATIONS                         750,948     712,625       697,152         881,294
                                                                                                      61

                                               GENERAL FUND
                                 FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience    Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year     For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission

                                                    FACILITIES

PERSONAL SERVICES                        520,605     670,957        554,238          671,853   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment            17,464      17,464         17,464           17,912   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment              2,475       3,710          2,500            3,248   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           4,431       4,111          7,000            4,069   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental         4,201       6,666          1,000            3,451   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios                      940
Contractual Services                      23,773      20,900         18,000           20,000   ___________
Contract Labor                            75,550      50,587         55,587           55,587   ___________
Office Supplies                            3,036       1,500          1,500            1,500   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                     1,019       3,900          1,200            3,900   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies            99,364      86,000         86,000           86,000   ___________
Uniforms                                   4,709       4,500          4,500            4,000   ___________
Tools & Implements                         5,795       1,800          1,800            1,800   ___________
Parts For Equipment                          874                        500
Materials                                  6,516                      5,000
Rentals                                    3,027        2,500         1,000            2,500   ___________
Repair Of Equipment                          256        4,300           800            3,000   ___________
Postage & Mailing                            190                         50              190   ___________
Telephone, Communications                  3,637        7,000         7,000            6,000   ___________
Training                                     395                        395            1,000   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES                       256,712     215,878        211,296          214,157

Costs Allocated to :
Lakeland Electric                       (777,317)    (886,835)     (765,534)        (886,010) ___________

TOTAL FACILITIES
                                                                                                    62

                                               GENERAL FUND
                                 FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                               2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                   OPERATIONS
CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                 20,272       5,800

SPECIAL PROJECTS
HVAC Projects:
  LPD Building HVAC Contract              37,779      39,700        39,700          40,500   ___________
  Emergency Maintenance                   19,527       8,304        13,304          15,000   ___________
  Routine Maintenance-Various Bldgs       14,826      13,000        13,000          13,000   ___________
  Central Fire Station Maintenance        12,400      17,000        17,000          17,000   ___________
  Kelly Recreation Gym Maintenance         6,890       7,200         7,400           7,200   ___________
  City Hall Maintenance                   32,175      33,500        33,500          35,000   ___________
  SIS HVAC Maintenance                                 4,500         4,500           4,600   ___________
Lake Mirror Train Station:
  Routine Maintenance                     37,626      36,000        36,000          39,188   ___________
City-wide Elevators:
  Inspections                              2,525       3,000         3,000           3,300   ___________
  Maintenance Audit                       22,894      23,000        23,000          25,800   ___________
City Hall:
  Window Cleaning                          1,600       1,600         1,600           1,600   ___________
  Pest Control                               440       1,000         1,000           1,000   ___________
  Ongoing Improvements                    14,845      41,274        43,000          25,000   ___________
Fire Stations
   Repaint Stations 4, 5                               3,250           333
Construction & Maintenance
  Replace Roof                                        16,453        16,453
  CSX Overpass Painting                     200
Gandy Pool
  Repaint Bldgs                                        3,000           850
  Replace Shower Plumbing                   494        1,706           542
Southwest Park:
  Roof Replacement                         4,551       1,299           194
Tigertown
  Replace Walk in Coolers                             24,000        24,000
Lake Parker Park:
  Electrical Upgrades in Restrooms         1,519
Coleman Bush Building:
  Awning Reroof                            5,601       4,299         1,018
  Repair Windows                                       5,479         5,479
                                                                                                          63

                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                   FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience       Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year        For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02         2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS (continued):
Lake Mirror Center
  Stucco Repair                                  4,654
  Paint Exterior Bldgs                              21
Libraries
  Main Library - Paint Interior                  1,445
  Window Tinting at Branch Library               4,200
Repaint Interior - Coleman-Bush, Kelly
Rec, Simpson Park, Gandy Pool                               4,250         4,250
Joker Marchant Stadium                                                                   10,000    ___________
Painting Projects                                                                        14,200    ___________
Racket Ball Maintenance & Storage Building                                                5,000    ___________

TOTAL SPECIAL PROJECTS                         226,212    292,814       289,123         257,388

GRAND TOTAL                                    997,432   1,011,239      986,275        1,138,682

PERSONNEL
                                                         Current     Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                           Budget       Budget          Range
Director of Facilities and Construction Mgmt                1            1         5,156 - 7,255
Assistant Director Facilities and Const Mgmt                1            1         3,847 - 5,414
Maintenance Electrician                                     1            1         3,015 - 4,242
Construction Foreman                                        1            1         2,871 - 4,040
Maintenance Mechanic II                                     3            2         2,362 - 3,324
Engineering Technician I                                    1                      2,362 - 3,324
Administrative Assistant                                                1          2,142 - 3,015
Carpenter II                                                3           3          2,142 - 3,015
Painter                                                     4           4          2,142 - 3,015
Electrician Helper                                          1           1          2,040 - 2,871
Account Clerk III                                           1           1          1,943 - 2,734
Custodian Supervisor                                                    1          1,851 - 2,604
Office Associate I                                          1           1          1,763 - 2,480
Operations Support Tech I                                   2           2          1,763 - 2,480
Custodian Foreman                                           1           1          1,763 - 2,480
Operations Support Worker I                                 9           12         1,381 - 1,943
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                 30           33
                                                                                                   64

                                             GENERAL FUND
                        PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         250,940     253,338      252,504         260,927    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              1,688       2,363        2,363           2,371    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 172         179          179             230    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment               57         661          661              57    ___________
Auto Allowance                              4,686       4,800        4,800           4,800    ___________
Repair of Equipment                            50         836          836             836    ___________
Printing & Photography                        144         400          400             400    ___________
Office Supplies                             2,216       2,300        2,300           2,300    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   848       1,140        1,140           1,140    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        7,011       8,470        8,470           7,883    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              3,858       5,390        5,390           2,379    ___________
Telephone, Communications                   1,156       1,384        1,384           1,384    ___________
Postage                                       835         700          700             700    ___________
Travel                                      1,856       2,500        2,500           2,500    ___________
Training                                       95         300          300             300    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       2,120         600          600             600    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 26,792      32,023       32,023          27,880

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Sculpture Exhibits                         25,782      35,132       22,000          22,000    ___________
Advertising and Promotions                  7,293       7,600       10,600          10,600    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 33,075      42,732       32,600          32,600

 GRAND TOTAL                              310,807     328,093      317,127         321,407


PERSONNEL
                                                    Current     Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                      Budget       Budget          Range
Director Of Parks & Recreation                         1            1         5,684 - 7,998
Parks Planner                                          1            1         3,324 - 4,677
Administrative Assistant                               1            1         2,142 - 3,015
Office Associate II                                    1            1         1,943 - 2,734
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                             4            4
                                                                                                     65

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                             PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - PARKS DIVISION

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed    Adjustments
                                          For Year     For Year      2002-03          by           by

PERSONAL SERVICES                          3,620,078   3,820,500     3,815,081      4,000,755   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              311,704      321,557      321,557         315,288   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                65,899       58,132       72,314          87,694   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment            139,979      122,588      140,000         130,925   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                    750        1,900        1,250           1,000   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental            9,874       12,245       12,245          12,808   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios                          198           50             198   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephone        6,166       10,807       10,807          11,250   ___________
Special Services                             64,503       75,000       69,474          65,000   ___________
Professional Services                        11,563       (2,000)                       2,055   ___________
Advertising                                                               129             150   ___________
Office Supplies                               7,489        6,747        7,000           5,880   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                        10,459        3,100        3,100           8,100   ___________
All Other Mater & Supplies                   12,167        9,695       14,000           8,490   ___________
Uniforms                                     15,712       14,962       15,000          14,962   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                    20,885       21,404       24,300          20,600   ___________
Construction Materials                        1,136        2,000          500           1,600   ___________
Chemicals                                    38,104       33,100       38,612          35,600   ___________
Tools & Implements                           12,031        7,700        7,200           8,800   ___________
Electric Hardware & Plumbing Supply          29,477       21,000       27,400          23,500   ___________
Agriculture & Horticulture Supplies          65,624       90,322       75,100          81,500   ___________
Fuel                                          1,059        1,000        1,000           1,500   ___________
Recreational Supplies                        20,661       25,194       13,200          17,800   ___________
Food & Supplies for Animals                   7,319       10,000        8,000           9,000   ___________
Rentals                                       1,609        2,099          900           1,000   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                    17,073       16,310       16,500          17,000   ___________
Repair of Equipment                          44,815       41,000       41,740          41,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                        1,884        1,500        2,000           1,500   ___________
Postage                                         182          250          150             250   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   1,031          815          815             815   ___________
Telephone, Communications                    10,958       16,520        9,000           6,059   ___________
Travel                                          685        1,869        1,869           1,000   ___________
Training                                      3,315        2,216        2,200           2,209   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                      3,169        3,000          800           3,000   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                  937,282      932,230      938,212         937,533

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                    29,059       26,549       20,440          11,600   ___________

 TOTAL EXPENSES                            4,586,419   4,779,279     4,773,733      4,949,888
                                                                                                         66

                                             GENERAL FUND
                              PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - PARKS DIVISION

                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience      Budget      Experience     Proposed    Adjustments
                                            For Year      For Year      2002-03          by           by

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Orange Cup Regatta                              1,014        12,833       12,833          12,833    ___________
Christmas Decorations                           9,842        10,000        7,603          10,000    ___________
Tree & Palm Program                            11,897        16,010       12,000          10,000    ___________
Detroit Tigers - Major League                  77,080        90,000       65,994          80,000    ___________
Detroit Tigers - Minor League                  50,000        60,000       32,320          60,000    ___________
Landscape Renovations                           9,316        16,000       16,000          10,000    ___________
Landscape Lk Hunter Terrace                     2,190
Urban Forestry & Community Grant               29,860
Irrigation Modernization                        9,933        10,000       10,000          10,000    ___________
Resigning of Parks                              4,460         3,000        3,000           3,000    ___________
Replace Swan Pens                               2,609         3,000        3,000           3,000    ___________
Replace Park Equipment                         23,183        13,000       13,000          13,000    ___________
Spring Training Preparation                    14,008        17,000       16,933          10,000    ___________
Install Master Key System - Tigertown,
  Peterson Park, and Lake Parker Park           1,472         4,000        3,925           1,500    ___________
Sikes Hill                                      9,085
Reboard Munn Park Benches                         117         5,322        5,439
Train Station-Maintenance                       2,750
Other Projects City Departments                 3,632                      1,425
Southwest Elementary Blacktop                   5,000
Security Fence / Westside-
   Southwest Complexes                          3,283
Hollis Gardens                                  7,500                                     10,000    ___________
Peterson Park / Field 1                         2,973
Install Boat Ramps Lakes Morton & Wire                        2,900        2,900
City Nursery Potting Shed Roof                                1,000        1,000
City Nursery Shade House Repair                               2,000        2,000
Christmas Wreaths                                             4,000        4,000
Veterans Park -Grass Infield & Baselines                      1,500        1,445
Refurbish Christmas Trees                                     4,500        4,500

 SUB-TOTAL                                    281,204       276,065      219,317         233,333

 TOTAL                                       4,867,623    5,055,344     4,993,050      5,183,221

COST ALLOCATED TO
 Fleet Management                               (2,090)      (2,196)      (2,196)         (2,262)   ___________
 Purchasing and Stores                         (16,951)     (17,803)     (17,803)        (18,337)   ___________
 Parking System                                (22,814)     (23,960)     (23,960)        (24,679)   ___________
 Cleveland Heights Golf Course                               (9,999)      (9,999)        (10,299)   ___________
 Lakeland Center                             (144,562)     (151,825)    (151,825)       (156,380)   ___________
 Lakeland Electric Utilities                  (62,442)      (65,579)     (65,579)        (67,546)   ___________

                                             (248,859)     (271,362)    (271,362)       (279,503)

 GRAND TOTAL                                 4,618,764    4,783,982     4,721,688      4,903,718
                                                                                              67

                                            GENERAL FUND
                             PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - PARKS DIVISION

                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget    Experience     Proposed    Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year    2002-03          by           by

Equipment
Sod cutter                            New                                           7,100
37" walk behind mower                 New                                           4,500
                                                                                   11,600

PERSONNEL
                                                    Current    Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                      Budget      Budget          Range
Superintendent Of Parks                                1          1          3,847 - 5,414
Assistant Superintendent Of Parks                      2          2          3,324 - 4,677
Horticultural Specialist                               1          1          3,015 - 4,242
Tree Trimmer Foreman                                   7          7          2,604 - 3,664
Operations Support Supervisor III                      9          9          2,604 - 3,664
Operations Support Technician IV                       3          3          2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk IV                                       1          1          2,142 - 3,015
Tree Trimmer                                           2          2          2,040 - 2,871
Operations Support Technician III                      2          2          2,040 - 2,871
Operations Support Technician II                       9          9          1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate II                                    1          1          1,943 - 2,734
Operations Support Technician I                       38          38         1,763 - 2,480
Office Assistant II                                    1          1          1,599 - 2,250
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                            77          77

Grant-Funded Positions
Operations Support Supervisor III                      1           1         2,604 - 3,664
Operations Support Technician II                       1           1         1,943 - 2,734
Operations Support Technician I                        2           2         1,763 - 2,480
 Operations Support Worker II (P/T)                    2           2
 TOTAL GRANT-FUNDED EMPLOYEES                          6           6

PART-TIME
 Parking Attendants                                   25          25
 Operations Support Worker II                         50          50
 DCT Student                                           1          1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                            76          76
                                                                                                          68

                                            GENERAL FUND
                          PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - RECREATION DIVISION

                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget      Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03             by            by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02      2002-03     Estimated      City Manager City Commission



PERSONAL SERVICES
Payroll                                  1,760,161    1,832,027    1,847,851        1,788,038   ___________
Overtime                                    18,577       15,100       12,443           15,600   ___________
Payroll Accrual                                           6,860                         7,096   ___________
Reserve for Accumulated Benefits             9,446                    10,000
Medicare Contribution                       21,454      33,565        22,578          35,017    ___________
Pension Reserve                            146,005     162,144       150,350         187,725    ___________
Retirement Part-Time/Temp                    7,439                    10,207
Insurance - Group Life                         646       2,548         1,589           2,157    ___________
Insurance - Group Hospital                 138,131     166,717       134,822         143,118    ___________
Insurance - Group A, D, & D                    145         103            97             230    ___________
Insurance - Disability                       2,995       3,373         3,125           4,548    ___________
Fringe Benefits/Credits                     (2,705)                  (10,573)

PERSONAL SERVICES                        2,102,294    2,222,437    2,182,489        2,183,529   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              16,724      11,021        16,390          15,230    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                2,562       3,428         3,428           3,601    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment             4,298       2,977         2,975           5,154    ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                               500           500             500    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        25,232      36,104        36,104          34,824    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                 380         381         1,619           4,251    ___________
Special Services                            60,734      71,391        71,391          69,303    ___________
Office Supplies                             12,090      12,450        12,890          13,500    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                        9,350      11,300        13,076           7,595    ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies                  17
Uniforms                                     7,339      10,675        10,675          11,375    ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                   31,965      34,600        36,100          39,235    ___________
Chemicals                                   13,715      14,000        24,441          20,000    ___________
Tools, & Implements                          2,046       2,000         2,000           2,000    ___________
Electric Hardware & Plumbing Supply          6,453       7,375         7,375           7,850    ___________
Recreational Supplies                        8,090       7,000         7,000           7,000    ___________
Fuel - Pool Operations                      11,781      25,000        25,000          25,000    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                   21,300      20,300        20,600          20,800    ___________
Repair of Equipment                         31,100      34,070        34,574          34,490    ___________
Postage & Mailing                              141         200           200             200    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                    934       1,395         1,365           1,365    ___________
Telephone, Communications                   10,972      11,238        13,238          12,906    ___________
Travel                                         201       1,380         1,380           1,715    ___________
Training                                     1,176       2,854         2,854           2,854    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                       186         235           233
Licenses & Permits                             320         320           320             320    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 279,106     322,194       345,728         341,068
                                                                                                            69

                                           GENERAL FUND
                         PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - RECREATION DIVISION

                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year     For Year     2002-03            by            by
EXPENSES                                    2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                      22,560      47,876        50,686          2,000    ___________

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Resurface Tennis Courts                         10,000     12,000        12,000         10,000    ___________
Christmas Parade                                 2,422      9,000         9,000          9,000    ___________
Special Events                                  37,277     55,595        56,095         60,220    ___________
Program Activity Costs                         296,083    296,848       292,000        290,000    ___________
Pied Piper Players                              24,992
Tournament Costs                                16,777     21,600        18,000         18,000    ___________
National Tournament Costs                       27,339
Wood Floor Refinishing for Simpson
  Park & Kelly Recreation Complex                5,875      5,350         5,350         14,000    ___________
Pay Lockers - Simpson & Gandy Pools                         8,000         8,000
Lake Mirror Theater Rigging System               5,861
Men's & Women's Weight Room at
    Kelly Recreation Complex                    19,971
Lake Mirror - Replace Hand Dryers                3,880
Replace Gym Curtain-Simpson Park                 7,000
Jellybean Jubilee                                2,427
Security Gate for CB Receptionist Area             275
Storage Cabinets for CB Reading Room             2,400
Medeco Master Key System                                    5,000         5,000
   Simpson Park Pool Pump House Rewiring                    2,550         2,123
Simpson Park Game Room Flooring                            21,290        23,300
Kelly Rec - Gym Door Sound Detectors                          980           980
Kelly Rec - Window Tinting                                    849           849
Gandy Pool Replace Pool Blankets                           17,881        17,881
Simpson Park Pool Mural                                     5,800         5,800
Lake Mirror Auditorium Door Replacements                                                 2,500    ___________
Gandy/Simpson Pools - Handicapped Acessability                                          13,000    ___________
Gandy Pool Furniture                                                                     6,000    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                    462,579     462,743       456,378        422,720

 GRAND TOTAL                                2,866,539    3,055,250    3,035,281       2,949,317
                                                                                                                 70

                                             GENERAL FUND
                           PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - RECREATION DIVISION

                                                                                     BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                              Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                               For Year     For Year     2002-03            by            by
EXPENSES                                       2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission



Equipment
Refrigeration Unit                                   New                                       2,000

PERSONNEL
                                                            Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                              Budget        Budget          Range
Superintendent Of Recreation                                   1             1         3,847 - 5,414
Recreation Supervisor III                                      4             4         2,871 - 4,040
Aquatics Supervisor                                            1             1         2,734 - 3,847
Recreation Supervisor II                                       2             2         2,604 - 3,664
Coleman-Bush Building Administrator                            1             1         2,480 - 3,490
Facilities Technician                                          1             1         2,250 - 3,165
Recreation Supervisor I                                        5             5         2,250 - 3,165
Swimming Pool Operator                                         2             2         2,142 - 3,015
Office Associate II                                            1             1         1,943 - 2,734
Senior Lifeguard                                               2             2         1,851 - 2,604
Custodian Foreman                                              2             2         1,763 - 2,480
Office Associate I                                             2             2         1,763 - 2,480
Recreation Leader                                              4             4         1,763 - 2,480
Office Assistant II                                            1             1         1,599 - 2,250
Operations Support Worker I                                   13            13         1,381 - 1,943
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                    42            42

PART-TIME
Recreation Leader                                              11             11
Lead Lifeguard                                                  3              3
Playground Coordinator                                          7              7
Bus Driver                                                      7              7
Playground Instructor                                          37             37
Pool Cashier                                                    6
Lifeguard                                                      32              38
Tennis Instructor                                               7               7
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                    110             110

Special Projects included in the proposed budget:

 $13,000 for automatic doors at the Gandy and Simpson pools to meet Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines

 $14,000 to refinish wood floors at Simpson Park & Kelly Recreation Centers

 $6,000 for Gandy Pool furniture
                                                                                                     71

                                             GENERAL FUND
                             PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - MAIN LIBRARY

                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience     Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                        1,099,835   1,133,010     1,128,748      1,154,158   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              2,594        2,848        2,848          1,856    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 242          292          250            288    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment              311           92          150            311    ___________
Special Services                            7,116       12,285       12,285         13,559    ___________
Advertising                                                400          319            400    ___________
Office Supplies                            10,822       13,000       13,000         13,000    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       3,898        4,500        4,500          4,500    ___________
Uniforms                                      434          550          550            600    ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                   3,869        4,184        4,184          4,300    ___________
Elect Hdwe & Plumb Supply                   1,098        1,100        1,100          1,100    ___________
Library Materials                         131,823       98,531       98,531        115,000    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                   1,169        2,500        2,500          3,000    ___________
Repair of Equipment                         2,965       11,235       11,235          6,246    ___________
Printing & Photography                                     600          600            300    ___________
Postage                                     4,000        3,500        3,500          4,000    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   818        1,495        1,495          1,620    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       67,420       51,258       51,258         51,951    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                   231          225          225            225    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                             198          198            250    ___________
Telephone, Communications                   8,568        8,500        8,500         10,552    ___________
Travel                                      1,713          150          158          1,359    ___________
Training                                                   250          250            250    ___________
Binding & Processing                        6,902       10,416       10,416          8,812    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                255,993      228,109      228,052        243,479

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                                4,311        4,311          1,310    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                               1,355,828   1,365,430     1,361,111      1,398,947
                                                                                                       72

                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                 PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - MAIN LIBRARY

                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience     Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                  2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS
County-wide Library Program                 537,333      542,678      544,749        550,219    ___________
County-wide Bookmobile Program               72,753       88,090       80,956         81,316    ___________
Humanities Endowment-
 Photography Preservation                     4,091
Christmas Decorations                           622        2,500        2,500
CountyWide Library Projects:
 Seasonal Display                             2,201
 Carpet                                       2,067        4,133        4,133
Library Foundation:
 Reference Section                                         1,195        1,195
 Special Collections Section                                 951          951
 Fine Arts Collections Section                               984          984
Contribution From Dorothea H. Rose           15,519       48,836       48,836
Repair Children's Tile Plaza                               1,150        1,150
Telephone System Upgrade                     21,532
Medeco Key System                             2,607
Vertical Blind Replacement                                 2,294        2,294
Circulation Workspace Shelving                                                         5,124    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                  658,725      692,811      687,748        636,659

 GRAND TOTAL                               2,014,553   2,058,241     2,048,859      2,035,606



Equipment
Tower Display Case                                                                      1,310
                                                                                                                  73

                                               GENERAL FUND
                               PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - MAIN LIBRARY

                                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience        Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year        For Year       2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                                    2001-02         2002-03       Estimated      City Manager City Commission

PERSONNEL
                                                             Current       Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                               Budget         Budget           Range
City Librarian                                                  1              1          3,664 - 5,156
Assistant City Librarian                                        1              1          3,015 - 4,242
Librarian                                                       7              7          2,604 - 3,664
Library Associate                                               6              6          2,142 - 3,015
Office Associate II                                             1              1          1,943 - 2,734
Library Clerk                                                   5              5          1,599 - 2,250
Operations Support Worker I                                     2              2          1,381 - 1,943
 TOTAL FULL TIME EMPLOYEES                                     23             23

County-Wide Library
 Librarian (FT)                                                 3               3         2,604 - 3,664
 Librarian-Bookmobile (FT)                                      1               1         2,604 - 3,664
 Library Clerk (FT)                                             2               2         1,599 - 2,250
 Library Clerk (PT)                                             1               1
 Library Page (PT)                                              1               1
                                                                8               8

Part-Time/Seasonal
 Librarian                                                      1               1
 Technical Assistant                                            2               2
 Library Clerk                                                  3               3
 Proctor                                                        2               2
 Library Page                                                   8               8
 TOTAL PART TIME EMPLOYEES                                     16              16


In FY04, the Lakeland Public Library will experience its third year of funding from the Polk County Cooperative and will
receive $843,535 for library and bookmobile services. A video security system ($10,056) is included in the proposed Polk
County Cooperative budget. Also, a special project ($5,124) is included to purchase additional shelving for the circulation
work area in the Main Library.
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                                               GENERAL FUND
                          PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - BRANCH LIBRARY DIVISON

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         207,787     229,114      198,149       226,513   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              2,698       2,852        2,852         2,862   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 238         390          300           356   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment              624         528          575           624   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                     851       1,100        1,100         1,200   ___________
Repair of Equipment                                     2,583          500         1,300   ___________
Special Services                                        4,300        4,300         4,390   ___________
Office Supplies                             1,902       3,000        3,000         3,000   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   145         270          270           270   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       14,620       8,420        8,420         9,219   ___________
Telephone, Communications                   1,196       1,700        1,700         1,800   ___________
Uniforms                                                  200          200           200   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                   1,698       1,500        1,500         1,600   ___________
Elect Hdwe & Plumb Supply                     653         729          729           900   ___________
Library Materials                          26,813      21,808       21,808        24,224   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       1,912       1,621        1,621         1,650   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 53,350      51,001       48,875        53,595

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                   3,127                                    800   ___________

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Children's Shelving                                     1,409        1,409
Medeco Key System                                       1,407        1,407
Children's Area Artwork                                                              700   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                              2,816        2,816           700

 GRAND TOTAL                              264,264     282,931      249,840       281,608



Equipment
Digital camera                                                                       800
                                                                                          75

                                           GENERAL FUND
                      PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT - BRANCH LIBRARY DIVISON

                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                  Experience    Budget    Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                   For Year    For Year    2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                           2001-02     2002-03    Estimated    City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL:
                                               Current    Proposed       Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                 Budget      Budget         Range
Librarian Supervisor                             1           1         2,734 - 3,847
Librarian                                        1           1         2,604 - 3,664
Library Technical Assistant                      2           2         1,763 - 2,480
Operations Support Worker I                      1           1         1,381 - 1,943
 TOTAL FULL TIME EMPLOYEES                       5           5

Part-Time/Seasonal
 Library Clerk                                    1           1
 Library Page                                     2           2
                                                  3           3
County-wide Library
 Library Clerk (PT)                               1           1
                                                  1           1
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                                               GENERAL FUND
                                                CEMETERIES

                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                         443,539     459,374      443,125       411,908   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             26,169      26,363       26,362        26,713   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment               1,600       5,937        1,700         4,114   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment            9,544      11,046       15,000        13,000   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         3,566       3,882        3,000         3,882   ___________
Special Services                            2,680       3,000        1,300        68,575   ___________
Printing & Photography                        633         810          810           810   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                  250         250          250           250   ___________
Office Supplies                               376         645          645           645   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                    32          73           73            40   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        2,424       2,904        2,846         2,846   ___________
Telephone, Communications                   1,354       1,100        1,475         1,032   ___________
Postage                                       432         425          425           425   ___________
Training                                                  170          170           170   ___________
Uniforms                                    2,175       2,300        2,300         2,300   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                     841         490          750           490   ___________
Tools & Implements                            261         625          625           625   ___________
Construction Materials                        626         700          700           700   ___________
Agriculture & Horticulture Supplies         7,000       7,700        8,700         8,700   ___________
Merchandise Account                           300         300          350           300   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       1,406       1,300        1,300         1,300   ___________
All Other Material & Supplies               1,362       1,100        1,100         1,100   ___________
Fuel                                        3,016       1,270        2,310
All Other Sundry Charges                                  118          118           118   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 66,047      72,508       72,309       138,135

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Equipment                                   9,636       4,000        3,985         5,000   ___________

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Roselawn Landscape Improvements             2,049
Oakhill Cemetery Weed Control               6,944
Funeral Set-Ups                             5,234
Resurface Asphalt Roadway                               5,000        5,000         5,000   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 14,227       5,000        5,000         5,000

 GRAND TOTAL                              533,449     540,882      524,419       560,043
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                                                    GENERAL FUND
                                                     CEMETERIES

                                                                                      BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience       Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year        For Year       2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                  2001-02         2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission

Equipment
Utility Dump Trailer                    New                                                   5,000


PERSONNEL
                                                           Current       Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                             Budget         Budget          Range
Superintendent Of Cemeteries                                  1              1         3,324 - 4,677
Operations Support Supervisor III                             1              1         2,604 - 3,664
Operations Support Supervisor II                              1                        2,250 - 3,165
Operations Support Technician IV                              1              1         2,142 - 3,015
Operations Support Technician II                              1              1         1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate I                                            1              1         1,763 - 2,480
Operations Support Technician I                               4              4         1,763 - 2,480
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   10              9

PART-TIME
Operations Support Worker II                                  5              2
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                    5              2


The grounds maintenance functions at Roselawn Cemetery are proposed to be outsourced to a private contractor during the
upcoming budget year. If approved, one full time Operations Support Supervisor III and three part-time Operations Support
Worker II positions will be eliminated, for a net savings of $5,513. The contractor will be responsible for all grounds
maintenance, opening & closing of graves, showing grave locations, and meeting with visitors. The cost of outsourcing
grounds maintenance is $63,575.
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                                             GENERAL FUND
                                           NON-DEPARTMENTAL

                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience     Budget       Experience       Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year     For Year       2002-03             by             by
EXPENSES                            2001-02      2002-03       Estimated       City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES
Reserve for Pay Plan Adjustments                     10,000                         30,000 ___________
Reserve for Accumulated Benefits        40,000       40,000         40,000          90,000 ___________
Insurance-Group Hospital                           (213,868)       (13,868)
A,D & D                                               2,746          2,594           5,409 ___________
Unemployment Compensation               29,593       50,000         35,000          40,000 ___________
Workers Compensation - Excess           55,067       95,456        120,000         185,376 ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                            124,660      (15,666)       183,726         350,785

INSURANCE
Data Processing Equipment                3,624        5,296          3,577           4,511    ___________
Fire                                    93,032      156,679        127,306         214,983    ___________
Insurance Consultant                     7,551       12,620          7,193          14,989    ___________
Position Bond & Crime Coverage           8,431       14,054          7,985          11,781    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                            112,638      188,649        146,061         246,264

OTHER GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
Ad Valorem Taxes                      6,483          15,000          6,299          10,000 ___________
State Sales Tax                                         379            379
Bad Checks                            2,920           1,000          3,000           3,000    ___________
Marketing Committee                  41,603          92,272         92,272          62,500    ___________
LDDA Tax Increment Payment          183,886         210,645        201,250         258,000    ___________
Dixieland Tax Increment Payment       8,323          12,229         11,730          16,500    ___________
Mid-Town Tax Increment Payment       95,224         188,484        166,509         227,000    ___________
Debt Service-Marchant Stadium        69,703          88,897
Property Acquisition/Improvements         4
Purchasing and Stores Services      134,046         151,747        151,747         186,582 ___________
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy    464,061         582,012        582,012         540,000 ___________
Appraisal Fees                        2,075
Pay Phones                                                                           1,800 ___________
Refund of Prior Years Revenue         3,470           4,000
Maintenance on GIS Project           24,972          45,028         45,028          35,000    ___________
Community Visioning Project          31,875          37,500         37,500          37,500    ___________
Florida Economic Development Trust                   41,200         41,200          41,200    ___________
Legislative Advisory Services        54,456          45,000         45,000          48,000    ___________
Summer Youth Employment                              20,000         20,000          20,000    ___________
Sun Trust Parking Garage - Lease      8,520           8,520          8,520           8,520    ___________
Contingency                                          59,903         59,903         100,000    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                          1,131,621    1,603,816      1,472,349        1,595,602
                                                                                                                    79

                                                        GENERAL FUND
                                                      NON-DEPARTMENTAL

                                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                              Experience     Budget      Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                               For Year     For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                                       2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission
GRANTS AND AIDS TO OTHER AGENCIES
Cultural Agencies
Arts on the Park                                    9,368        9,368         9,368          9,649
Explorations V, Inc.                               14,053       14,475        14,475         14,909   ___________
Imperial Symphony Orchestra                        29,275       30,153        30,153         31,058   ___________
Polk Museum of Art                                 58,551       60,308        60,308         62,117   ___________
Polk Theatre                                       29,275       30,153        30,153         31,058   ___________
Florida Dance Theatre                               7,500        7,725         7,725          7,957   ___________
Mayfaire Art Purchase                                 500          500           500            500   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                       148,522      152,682       152,682        157,248

Leases :
Lakeland Regional Airport Armory Lease              9,169       10,315        10,315         10,315 ___________
Game & Freshwater Fish Commission                  11,695       13,157        13,157         13,157 ___________
Lakeland Center:
  Just Say No Rally                                 3,505        3,550         3,550          3,550   ___________
  Senior Olympic                                      968        2,000         2,000          1,000   ___________
  Economic Expo                                     2,496        2,496         2,496          2,496   ___________
  Lakeland Community Band                           5,400        7,200         7,200          7,200   ___________

Social Agencies:
Amari Kai, Inc.                                                  3,000         3,000
Camp Fire Boys & Girls                                          10,000        10,000
Catholic Charities                                  5,000        3,000         3,000          5,000 ___________
Central Florida Human Services                      4,660
Child Development Center of Polk County / H           120
Coalition for the Homeless                          7,000        5,000         5,000          5,000 ___________
Early Childhood Resources                           6,602
The First Tee                                                   50,000        50,000         50,000 ___________
Girls, Inc                                         10,000        9,000         9,000          6,000 ___________
Habit for Humanity, Inc.                            5,000
Harmony Cultural                                    3,237
Heart of Florida Girl Scout                         6,620        6,000         6,000          6,200 ___________
Helpline Ministries                                 4,000
House of Prayer Economic Development                             7,000         7,000
Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine, Inc.                                                         6,000 ___________
NAMI                                                3,000        3,000         3,000          7,000 ___________
New Life Ministries                                              6,000         6,000
Parker Street Ministries                            1,665
Polk County Aging Services                         13,000       13,000        13,000
Polk County Drug Court                             10,000       10,000        10,000         10,000 ___________
                                                                                                             80

                                                 GENERAL FUND
                                               NON-DEPARTMENTAL

                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience     Budget      Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                                2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission
Social Agencies (continued)
Positive Images                                                                       15,000 ___________
Salvation Army                                            8,000         8,000          8,000 ___________
Seed Sowers Evangelistic Assoc.                           5,000         5,000
Sunrise Community of Polk County             5,000        4,000         4,000
Talbot House Ministries                                   7,000         7,000
VISTE                                       10,000        7,000         7,000         13,000 ___________
Wilson House                                                                           5,000 ___________
Word of Life Changing/CCDA                                3,000         3,000
Writers Inc.                                              4,000         4,000          3,800 ___________

Other:
Citrus Commission Electricity               21,625       22,000        22,000         23,000 ___________
Chamber of Commerce - Economic
   Presentation                               876           876           876
Marc Moore Trust                                         20,000        18,000
John Henry Scott Code Fine Donations                        100           100

  SUB-TOTAL                                150,638      244,694       242,694        200,718

PASSENGER CAR POOL
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                1,607       10,496         2,000          2,140   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment             2,725        1,428         1,428          2,675   ___________
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment               9,187        1,871        10,000         10,048   ___________
Washing                                      1,902        1,600         1,600          2,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                 15,421       15,395        15,028         16,863

CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                   30,638
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                                                    GENERAL FUND
                                                  NON-DEPARTMENTAL

                                                                                   BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience     Budget      Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year     For Year      2002-03            by             by
EXPENSES                                   2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission
CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS
Cemetery Perpetual Care                        39,422       39,422        39,422         37,273 ___________
Reserve for New Recreational Facilities                    100,000       100,000        109,000 ___________
General Fund-Cultural Activities              100,000      100,000       100,000        100,000 ___________
Loan Guarantee-Affordable Housing              25,000
Contribution to HOPE VI Improvements                       300,000       300,000
Hollis Gardens Maintenance Trust                           127,051       127,051         109,000   ___________
DOJ Law Enforcement Block Grant                28,061      110,095       110,095         190,043   ___________
Fleet Management Fund - New Vehicles          104,778       49,400        49,400          32,434   ___________
Lakeland Center Fund                        1,425,000    1,425,000     1,425,000       1,425,000   ___________
Self-Insurance Fund                           536,163      673,451       673,451       1,250,000   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reserve Fund                    60,222      116,406       116,406          30,480   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                2,318,646    3,040,825     3,040,825       3,283,230

UTILITY SERVICE
Electric                                    1,323,756    1,240,941     1,274,200       1,451,027   ___________
Water Utility Service                         365,815      315,992       363,125         376,500   ___________
Fire Hydrants                                 340,104      325,127       325,100         331,100   ___________
Street Lights                               2,660,184    2,746,761     2,746,700       2,940,802   ___________
Solid Waste Services                          128,933      135,000       139,300         137,000   ___________
Stormwater Service                                 98          150            65             100   ___________
Wastewater                                    183,465      195,000       175,900         186,973   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                5,002,355    4,958,971     5,024,390       5,423,502

   TOTAL NON-DEPARTMENTAL                   9,035,139   10,189,366    10,277,755      11,274,212

   GRAND TOTAL                             62,221,753   67,624,025    66,279,166      70,116,186
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                                                               GENERAL FUND
                                                             NON-DEPARTMENTAL

                                                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                  Experience          Budget         Experience       Proposed      Adjustments
                                                   For Year          For Year         2002-03             by             by
EXPENSES                                           2001-02           2002-03         Estimated       City Manager City Commission
Non-Departmental

Special grants, contributions to agencies, transfers to other city funds, utility services, and functions not specific to particular
departments are all found in the General Fund Non-Departmental budget. Items of interest include the following:

Insurance:

    Excess Worker’s Compensation premiums are anticipated to double, from $95,456 in the budgeted for FY03 to $185,376 in FY04

    Property insurance is increasing 100%, which is reflected in the FY04 budget

    The City’s contribution to the Self-Insurance Fund is proposed to increase 85%, from $673,451 to $1,250,000 in FY0

Cultural Assistance:
This fund continues to receive a $100,000 contribution from the Public Improvement Fund.

Marketing Committee
The budget for the City’s Marketing Committee is proposed to be as follows:

                                                     FY03              FY04
Airport                                                 28,200            30,000
Lakeland Center                                         72,000            85,500
Chamber of Commerce*                                    98,650            94,300
General                                                 60,000            62,500
                                                       258,850           272,300
* Paid by Lakeland Electric
TRANSPORTATION
                                                                                           TRANSPORTATION FUND
                                                                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                              ADJUSTED
                                                                2003     2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                               BUDGET  PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
REVENUES:
State Revenue Sharing Gas Tax - 8th cent                         750,000      752,000     756,000      760,000       764,000       768,000       772,000         776,000       780,000       784,000       788,000
Local Option Gas Tax - 5 cents                                 1,480,000    1,484,000   1,491,000    1,498,000     1,505,000     1,513,000     1,521,000       1,529,000     1,537,000     1,545,000     1,553,000
Local Option Gas Tax - 6 cents                                 2,270,000    2,276,000   2,287,000    2,298,000     2,309,000     2,321,000     2,333,000       2,345,000     2,357,000     2,369,000     2,381,000
Local Option Gas Tax - 9th cent                                  400,000      401,000     403,000      405,000       407,000       409,000       411,000         413,000       415,000       417,000       419,000
Investments & Earnings                                           132,583       78,787      79,025      105,683       106,000       106,343       133,358         133,787       134,216       134,645       135,074
Special Assessments - Alleys, Streets & Sidewalks                 15,000       15,000      15,000       15,000        15,000        15,000        15,000          15,000        15,000        15,000        15,000
FDOT Traffic Signal Maintenance Reimbursement                     30,000       95,000     120,000      135,000       140,000       144,000       148,000         152,000       157,000       162,000       167,000
Impact Fees - District 1                                       1,428,008    2,000,000   1,500,000    2,800,000       600,000
Impact Fees - District 2                                       4,177,144      388,000   1,712,000      750,000     1,760,000                                        -              -             -
Impact Fees - District 3                                       1,213,938      240,000     350,000      325,000       325,000       325,000       325,000        325,000        325,000       325,000          325,000
Bond Proceeds - Edgewood Widening Project                      2,433,000
Internal Loan - Edgewood Widening Project                                   1,500,000
State Garage Parking Revenues (Partial debt service offset)                                             38,400        76,800       115,200       153,600        153,600        153,600       153,600          153,600
FDOT Grant - Rollingwoods Lane Sidewalk                                                   65,000
FDOT Grant - Robson Street Neighborhood Sidewalks                                                     150,000
Unappropriated Surplus                                         2,341,653    (251,871)    (400,019)      4,906        329,467      (479,100)     (152,837)        (87,283)      (40,423)       57,448      (510,774)

TOTAL REVENUES                                                16,671,326    8,977,916   8,378,006    9,284,989     8,337,267     5,237,444     5,659,121       5,755,104     5,833,393     5,962,693     5,425,900

EXPENSES:
Facilities Projects                                              108,716                                                                          30,000         200,000
Sidewalk Projects                                                844,823      427,000     475,000      397,000       545,000       483,000       450,000         475,000       475,000       475,000       475,000
Street Resurfacing and Sealing                                 1,402,280    1,375,000   1,475,000    1,575,000     1,875,000     1,685,000     1,785,000       1,785,000     2,000,000     2,500,000     1,900,000
Street Sweeping                                                   75,000       75,000      75,000       75,000        75,000        75,000        75,000          75,000        75,000        75,000        75,000
Street Improvements                                            4,778,484    2,010,000     417,000    1,236,100       719,000       175,000       365,000         425,000       450,000       175,000       380,000
Impact Fee Projects - District 1                               1,428,008    2,000,000   1,500,000    2,800,000       600,000
Impact Fee Projects - District 2                               4,177,144      388,000   1,712,000      750,000     1,760,000                                         -             -             -
Impact Fee Projects - District 3                               1,213,938      240,000     350,000      325,000       325,000       325,000       325,000         325,000       325,000       325,000       325,000
Traffic Operations Projects                                      198,568      100,000     435,000      141,000       297,000       278,300       334,500         236,900       239,500       257,000       264,400
Miscellaneous Improvements                                       572,059      297,700     297,700      236,400       148,500       235,000       355,000         205,000       322,000       205,000       167,000
Contributions to Other Funds                                   1,872,306    2,065,216   1,641,306    1,749,489     1,992,767     1,981,144     1,939,621       2,028,204     1,946,893     1,950,693     1,839,500

TOTAL EXPENSES                                                16,671,326    8,977,916   8,378,006    9,284,989     8,337,267     5,237,444     5,659,121       5,755,104     5,833,393     5,962,693     5,425,900

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS:
Beginning Balance                                              2,658,686     317,033     568,904      968,923        964,017       634,550     1,113,650       1,266,486     1,353,770     1,394,193     1,336,744
Sources/(Uses)                                                (2,341,653)    251,871     400,019       (4,906)      (329,467)      479,100       152,837          87,283        40,423       (57,448)      510,774
Ending Balance                                                   317,033     568,904     968,923      964,017        634,550     1,113,650     1,266,486       1,353,770     1,394,193     1,336,744     1,847,519

Supported by local option gas taxes and transportation impact fees, this $8.98 million fund provides funds for street and road network improvements. Major projects planned for FY04 include the following:
  Continuation of Edgewood Drive widening from Cleveland Heights to Florida Avenue
  Griffin Road widening from Kathleen Road to U.S. 98 North
  Design of Sleepy Hill Road Improvements from US 98 North to Kathleen Road
  Design study for Waring Road Extension
  Verizon surface parking lot improvements
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                                                                                     TRANSPORTATION FUND
                                                                                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                         ADJUSTED
                                                           2003     2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                          BUDGET  PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
FACILITIES PROJECTS:
Bay St. Parking Addition                                    67,045
Undesignated Equipment                                      41,671
C. & M. Sewer Lift Station & Force Main Upgrade                                                                                     30,000     200,000

TOTAL FACILITIES PROJECTS                                  108,716                                                                  30,000     200,000

SIDEWALK PROJECTS:
Sidewalk Repair & Replacement (includes ADA)               200,000     200,000     225,000     225,000     250,000     250,000     250,000     275,000     275,000     275,000     275,000
Bicycle Path Peterson Pk-New Jersey Rd                      58,255
Polk Ave - Pinellas St to Glendale St                       59,364
Terrace Way from S. Florida Ave. to Wellington Dr.          21,576
Maxwell St. - S. Fl. Ave. to Lk Hollingsworth Dr.           17,780
Martha Avenue                                               18,000
George Jenkins Blvd. Sidewalk                              150,000
Palmetto St. from Lk. Morton Dr. to S. FL. Ave.             20,000
Troy Ave. Sidewalk                                          54,848
Rollingwoods Lane                                           65,000
Indiana Avenue - (Lake Morton to Orange)                    80,000
Robson Street Neighborhood                                 100,000     100,000     100,000
Modest St - Florida Ave to Martin Luther King Ave                       32,000
Main Street / Lake Beulah Dr to Central Avenue                                                              75,000
Live Oak Rd. from Lake Miriam Dr. to Hallam Dr.                         95,000
Rose Street / Lake Parker to Lake Mirror                                            50,000
Wedgewood Est. Blvd. - US 98 N to Carpenters Way                                   100,000
N. Socrum Loop Rd. Sidewalk                                                                     95,000
Second St. from Lincoln Ave. to Omohundro Ave.                                                  56,000
Sidewalks for Collector Streets                                                                                                    200,000     200,000     200,000     200,000     200,000
Hollingsworth Rd. from Palmetto St. to Bartow Rd.                                               21,000
Old Combee Road (N. Socrum Lp. Rd./SR 33)                                                                  220,000
SR 33 (Old Combee Rd/N. Socrum Loop Rd)                                                                                233,000

TOTAL SIDEWALK PROJECTS                                    844,823     427,000     475,000     397,000     545,000     483,000     450,000     475,000     475,000     475,000     475,000

STREET RESURFACING AND SEALING PROJECTS:
Street Resurfacing and Sealing                            1,230,955   1,300,000   1,400,000   1,500,000   1,600,000   1,600,000   1,700,000   1,700,000   1,700,000   1,800,000   1,800,000
Pavement Markings                                            71,325      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      85,000      85,000      85,000     100,000     100,000     100,000
Pavement Management Information System                      100,000                                                                                         200,000
Edgewood Resurfacing (U.S 98 South to New Jersey Road)                                                     200,000
Socrum Loop Road Resurfacing                                                                                                                                           600,000

TOTAL STREET RESURFACING PROJECTS                         1,402,280   1,375,000   1,475,000   1,575,000   1,875,000   1,685,000   1,785,000   1,785,000   2,000,000   2,500,000   1,900,000

STREET SWEEPING PROJECTS:
Street Sweeping Disposal                                    75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000      75,000
                                                                                                                                                                                              84
                                                                                TRANSPORTATION FUND
                                                                                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                    ADJUSTED
                                                      2003     2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                     BUDGET  PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS:
Undesignated Projects                                     50,000     50,000     50,000     50,000     50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000
Providence Rd - 10th to Griffin Rd                        54,633
Four Lane Griffin Rd - US 98N to Lakeland Hills Blvd      10,050
Cleveland Hgts Blvd - Westover St. to Lk Miriam          392,066
Intersection Impr - Beacon / Lincoln / Harden / S. Fl.   904,890    220,000
Turn Lanes - Lakeshore Dr / Memorial Blvd                 23,800
Edgewood Dr. Widening - City share                     2,623,585   1,500,000
Edgewood Dr. Widening - Debt Service, City share                      75,000    75,000     75,000     75,000    75,000    75,000    75,000    75,000    75,000    75,000
Webster Avenue                                                                                       114,000
N. Combee Road Intersection Realignment                   46,960
Hallam Rd-Curb from Hillman Lane to Charnes Dr            37,500
Alamo Drive Improvements                                 135,000     50,000               335,000
Fairbanks Street Improvement                                         65,000
Jack Street                                                                     15,000
Brunnell Pkwy / G.Jenkins Blvd Intersection Impr.                                7,000     49,000
Laurel Lane Street Improvement                                                  20,000    222,000
Lime Street - Two Way Conversion                                               200,000    400,000
Lakeland Highlands Road - Parkway to Glendale            500,000
Imperial Blvd / S. Florida Ave. Intersection Impr.                                         55,100
Edgewood Drive South                                                                                                     160,000
Robson Street Improvement                                                                            195,000
Main Street Improvement                                                                              150,000
Edgewood Dr. at Lkld Highlands Intersection Impr.                                                     85,000
Providence Road & 10th Street Intersection Impr.                                                                          30,000   250,000
Churchhill Ave. Improvement                                                                                                                   50,000
Terrace Way Street Improvement                                                                                                               225,000
Granada St. @ Lakeland Hills Blvd. Intersection Imps.                                                                                                             90,000
Hallam Dr. @ Lakeland Highlands Rd. Intersection Imps.                                                                                                            90,000
Alley Projects:
    Alley Maintenance & Improvements                                 50,000     50,000     50,000     50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    75,000

TOTAL STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS                     4,778,484    2,010,000   417,000   1,236,100   719,000   175,000   365,000   425,000   450,000   175,000   380,000
                                                                                                                                                                           85
                                                                                    TRANSPORTATION FUND
                                                                                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                        ADJUSTED
                                                          2003     2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                         BUDGET  PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
TRANSPORTATION IMPACT FEE PROJECTS:
District 1:
Griffin Road - U.S. 98 to Lakeland Hills                    49,427
In-Town-By-Pass - Bartow Rd to George Jenkins Blvd.         68,581    200,000
Four-lane Griffin from 98 North to Lakeland Hills           10,000
Griffin from Kathleen to U.S. 98 - (Joint w/ County)     1,000,000   1,500,000   1,500,000
N. Florida Ave. to Lakeland Hills Blvd. Connector          150,000
Wabash Ave. Ext. - North of Memorial Blvd.                 150,000
Sleepy Hill Road - 98 to Kathleen Rd. (4-lane)                        300,000                2,800,000    600,000
District 2:
Airport Southside Access - Medulla Road                  3,474,148
Waring Road Extension                                      452,996    388,000    1,212,000               1,760,000
Design Study for Medulla/Pipkin                                                               750,000
East-West Connector                                       250,000                 500,000
District 3:
Lakeland Highlands Road - Parkway to Glendale            1,213,938
Debt Service - Edgewood Dr Widening (Paid in '14)                     200,000     250,000     325,000     325,000    325,000   325,000   325,000   325,000   325,000   325,000
Lk. Miriam Dr. (S.R. 37. - Cleveland Heights Blvd.)                    40,000     100,000

 TOTAL TRANS. IMPACT FEE PROJECTS                        6,819,090   2,628,000   3,562,000   3,875,000   2,685,000   325,000   325,000   325,000   325,000   325,000   325,000

TRAFFIC PROJECTS:
Illuminated Overhead Street Sign Program                   10,264      10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000
Traffic Calming Projects                                  115,368      50,000      50,000      50,000      50,000     50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000
Undesignated Projects                                       5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000      5,000     5,000     5,000     5,000     5,000     5,000
Traffic Sign Rehabilitation                                10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000
Ornamental Traffic Signal Poles                                                                            95,000     95,000   100,000
Flashing Signal Upgrades                                                                                   60,000     60,000    60,000    60,000    60,000
Rebuild Traffic Signal @ Westover&Cleveland Hts.                                                                                                              75,000
Traffic Signal at Iowa and Orange                          57,936
Computerized Traffic Signal System Administration                                  65,000      66,000      67,000     68,300    69,500    70,900    72,500    74,000    75,400
Light Emitting Diode (LED) signal lamp replacement                                                                              50,000    51,000    52,000    53,000    54,000
Rebuild Traffic Signal - Edgewood & Cleveland Heights                                                                                                                   80,000
Lime St. Traffic Calming                                               25,000     295,000

 TOTAL TRAFFIC PROJECTS                                   198,568     100,000     435,000     141,000     297,000    278,300   334,500   236,900   239,500   257,000   264,400
                                                                                                                                                                                 86
                                                                                        TRANSPORTATION FUND
                                                                                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                            ADJUSTED
                                                              2003     2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                             BUDGET  PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS:
Bridgewater Land Management                                    85,421
GIS - Software Annual Maintenance                              49,084      25,000
GPS Survey                                                     30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000
Contingency                                                   155,500     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000
Concrete Crushing                                              40,577      75,000                  75,000                  75,000                  75,000                  75,000
Thermoplastic Kit Replacement                                  43,675
Parking Lot Consulting                                         30,000
Amtrak Station Painting & Recoating                            25,000                                                      30,000                                                      37,000
Const. & Maint. - HVAC Controls Retrofit                       68,125
Heritage Plaza Site Environmental Remediation                  12,000      47,700      47,700      31,400      18,500
Tigertown - Resurface Parking Lot                                                                                                     225,000
Indiana Avenue Improvements                                      4,688     20,000     120,000
Sikes Blvd. Bridge Recoating                                                                                                                                  192,000
Emergency Generator - C&M                                      22,989
Engineering Project Support                                     5,000

  TOTAL MISC. IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS                            572,059     297,700     297,700     236,400     148,500     235,000     355,000     205,000     322,000     205,000     167,000

CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS:
Debt Service (Internal Loan)- Lake Hollingsworth               152,403
Tranfer to General Fund (2 C&M Employees)                      100,000    328,000     106,090     109,273     112,551     115,927     119,405     122,987     126,677     130,477     134,392
Transfer to Fleet Management                                    30,000
Stormwater Fund                                              1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000   1,200,000
Parking System:
   Orange Street Garage                                       167,300
   Main Street Parking Garage Exterior Coating                                                                             45,000
   Parking Garages Deck Coating                                                        75,000                  60,000                              85,000                  70,000
   Debt Service - State Garage (30 yr Bond @ 6.00%)              5,636                            180,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000
   Verizon property - Parking Lot Improvements                            277,000
   Debt service - Verizon property (10 yr Int. loan @ 5%)      44,467      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      45,108
Lake Mirror Park                                               50,000
Debt Service - Lake Mirror Park (13 yrs @ 5.75%)               52,500     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000
Transfer to Internal Loan Fund for Hope VI Project             70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000

  TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS                         1,872,306   2,065,216   1,641,306   1,749,489   1,992,767   1,981,144   1,939,621   2,028,204   1,946,893   1,950,693   1,839,500

  TOTAL EXPENSES                                            16,671,326   8,977,916   8,378,006   9,284,989   8,337,267   5,237,444   5,659,121   5,755,104   5,833,393   5,962,693   5,425,900
                                                                                                                                                                                                 87
STORMWATER
                                                                                         STORMWATER FUND
                                                                                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                           ADJUSTED
                                                             2003            2004        2005         2006          2007         2008         2009         2010        2011         2012        2013
                                                             BUDGET       PROPOSED PROJECTED        PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Stormwater Utility Revenues                                  1,280,000    1,280,000     1,280,000    1,280,000    1,280,000    1,280,000    1,280,000    1,280,000   1,280,000    1,280,000   1,280,000
Stormwater Utility Revenues - Future Annexations                66,000       66,000       132,000      135,000      138,000      141,000      144,000      147,000     150,000      153,000     156,000
Transfer from Transportation Fund                            1,200,000    1,200,000     1,200,000    1,200,000    1,200,000    1,200,000    1,200,000    1,200,000   1,200,000    1,200,000   1,200,000
Grants                                                         662,680
Investments & Earnings                                          80,000       55,517       38,357        29,982      35,924        33,841      34,119       29,903       28,851      33,911       32,184
Unappropriated Surplus                                       1,304,691      915,233      446,643      (316,894)    111,076       (14,841)    224,881       56,097     (269,851)     92,089      (13,184)

TOTAL REVENUES                                               4,593,371    3,516,750     3,097,000    2,328,088    2,765,000    2,640,000    2,883,000    2,713,000   2,389,000    2,759,000   2,655,000

EXPENSES:
Stormwater Projects                                          3,456,275    1,965,000     1,390,000    1,015,000    1,500,000    1,700,000    1,563,000    1,618,000   1,294,000    1,419,000   1,225,000
Drainage Projects                                              802,590    1,241,750     1,397,000    1,003,088      945,000      570,000      950,000      720,000     670,000      915,000   1,000,000
Lakes and Environmental Projects                               334,506      310,000       310,000      310,000      320,000      370,000      370,000      375,000     425,000      425,000     430,000

TOTAL EXPENSES                                               4,593,371    3,516,750     3,097,000    2,328,088    2,765,000    2,640,000    2,883,000    2,713,000   2,389,000    2,759,000   2,655,000

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS:
Beginning Balance                                            2,985,608    1,680,917      765,684      319,041       635,935     524,859       539,700     314,819     258,722      528,573     436,484
Sources / (Uses)                                            (1,304,691)    (915,233)    (446,643)     316,894      (111,076)     14,841      (224,881)    (56,097)    269,851      (92,089)     13,184
Ending Balance                                               1,680,917      765,684      319,041      635,935       524,859     539,700       314,819     258,722     528,573      436,484     449,668
 *Note: The Stormwater Fee sunsets at the end of FY'05.

Major projects included in the $3.67 million Stormwater Fund include the following:
  Lake Gibson Southwest Basin Retrofit
  Lake Hollingsworth Alum Treatment
  Lake Morton Shoreline Improvements
  Griffin Road Stormwater Retrofit
  Edgewood Drive Widening stormwater improvements


STORMWATER PROJECTS:
Lake Bonnet:
 Lake Bonnet Watershed Management                                                                                  150,000      150,000      150,000      150,000     150,000      150,000
 Lake Bonnet Rough Fish Harvesting                                                        75,000
 Lake Bonnet/May Manor Drain Flood Study                                      50,000
Lake Bonny:
 Lake Bonny Diagnostic Study                                                                                                                 150,000
 Lake Bonny Watershed Management Projects                                                                                                                 150,000     150,000      150,000
 Lake Bonny In-Lake Management Projects                                                                                                                   500,000     250,000      300,000
Lake Gibson:
 Lake Gibson Southwest Basin Retrofit                                       250,000                   250,000      700,000      300,000      300,000
Lake Hollingsworth:
 Stormwater Management Projects                                191,009                    75,000      250,000      150,000                   150,000      150,000     150,000      150,000
 Lake Hollingsworth - Dredging                                 254,325                                                                                                                        1,000,000
 Lake Hollingsworth Comp. Management Plan Update                                                                                             150,000
 Lake Hollingsworth Alum Treatment                             157,980
 Anchor Park Treatment Wetland                                 226,502
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                                                                                      STORMWATER FUND
                                                                                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                           ADJUSTED
                                                             2003         2004        2005         2006        2007         2008        2009        2010        2011        2012        2013
                                                            BUDGET      PROPOSED PROJECTED       PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Lake Hunter:
  Diagnostic Study                                                                     75,000
  Lake Hunter Watershed Management                                                                 150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000
Lake Mirror:
  Lake Mirror Diagnostic Study                                                                                             100,000
  Lake Mirror Park                                            26,500
  Lake Mirror Watershed Management Projects                                                                                            150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000
  Lake Mirror Alum Treatment System                                                                                        650,000      38,000      38,000      39,000      39,000      40,000
Lake Morton:
  Diagnostic Study                                             3,986
  Watershed Management Projects                              183,000      100,000                                                      150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000
  Lake Morton In-Lake Management Projects                                                                      250,000     250,000
  Lake Morton - Shoreline Improvements                                    450,000
Lake Parker:
  Southwest Outfall Retrofit                                1,071,740
  Tributary Swamp Restoration                                 863,735     250,000
  Lake Parker Watershed Management Plan                                                            200,000
 Lake Parker SW Basin - Alternative Stormwater Treatment      85,300      100,000     450,000
  Lake Parker Shoreline Erosion Control                                    25,000
Miscellaneous:
  Olney Road Storm Line Replacement                            1,401
  Installation and Maintenance of PCD's                      184,617      100,000     100,000      100,000      25,000      25,000     100,000     100,000      25,000     100,000     100,000
  Palmeden Pipe Repair or Replacement                                                  35,000
  Wellington Drive Drainage                                                            35,000
  Candyce Avenue Drainage                                                              30,000
  Stormwater Administration                                   42,500       50,000      50,000       50,000      60,000      60,000      60,000      65,000      65,000      65,000      70,000
  Stormwater Improvements - Camp Fire USA Bldg                39,800
  North Lakeland Stormwater Master Plan                      108,880      100,000     450,000
  Contributed Services                                        15,000       15,000      15,000       15,000      15,000      15,000      15,000      15,000      15,000      15,000      15,000
  Griffin Road Stormwater Retrofit                                        400,000
  Lake John Erosion Control                                                25,000
  Ordinance Review and Development                                         50,000

TOTAL STORMWATER PROJECTS                                   3,456,275   1,965,000    1,390,000    1,015,000   1,500,000   1,700,000   1,563,000   1,618,000   1,294,000   1,419,000   1,225,000
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                                                                                   STORMWATER FUND
                                                                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                      ADJUSTED
                                                        2003           2004        2005         2006       2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012        2013
                                                          BUDGET     PROPOSED PROJECTED       PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
DRAINAGE PROJECTS:
Storm Sewer Inventory                                       66,505      72,000      72,000       72,000     20,000    20,000    20,000    20,000    20,000    20,000     20,000
Kentucky / Bay Drainage Improvements                        98,889
Televising & Cleaning Storm Drainage Structures                        100,000     100,000      100,000    125,000   125,000   125,000   150,000   150,000   150,000    150,000
Maintenance & Retrofit of Drainage Facilities              350,000     250,000     250,000      250,000    275,000   275,000   275,000   300,000   300,000   300,000    300,000
Alamo Dr/Old 37 Drainage Improvements                      100,000
Buckingham Ditch Improvement at Control Structure           81,022
Drainage Study:
  Gary Road @ CSX                                            1,396
  Park Drive @ Atlanta Ave                                   7,989                              175,000
  Warrington Ave Ditch                                      48,000      90,750
Morgan St. Outfall Pipe                                                                                    425,000
Upsize Storm Pipe - Meadowbrook Ave                         20,000                               45,240
Chestnut Woods-Restructuring                                18,789
Buckingham Storm Line                                                   41,000
Easton Drive Pipe Repair or Replacement                                 76,000
El Dorado                                                               32,000
Lake Hunter Pipe Replacement                                           100,000
El Paseo Storm Sewer                                                               255,000
South Polk Avenue Drainage Project                                      50,000     500,000
Lakeside Hills Estate Underdrain                                                                 46,680
Meadows Subdivision Underdrain                                                                   45,240
Wedgewood Subdivision Underdrain                                                                 52,220
Kathryn Avenue Underdrain                                                                        12,108
Martha Avenue Underdrain                                                                         29,400
Forestlake Mobile Home Park                                                                      88,400
Franklin Place at Ridgewood St.                                                                  36,800
Shore Acre Subdivision (Fern Road)                                                               50,000
Charnes Drive                                                                                              100,000
Swannanoa Neighborhood Drainage Improvements                            30,000     220,000
Wayman St. Ditch Repairs                                                                                              50,000   500,000
Hollingsworth Road Drainage Improvements                                                                                                           150,000
Camphor Drive Drainage Imps. (Ariana St. to Beacon Rd.)                                                                         30,000   250,000
Massachusetts Ave. & Plum St. Stormsewer Retrofit                                                                    100,000
Curran Street Stormwater Retrofit Project                                                                                                           20,000   150,000
Deter Pit Retrofit                                                                                                                                  30,000   200,000
Contribution for Freedom Center Retention Pond              10,000
Allamanda Street and Horney Park Pump Retrofit                                                                                                                40,000    230,000
Ruby Street in Lake Hunter Terrace                                                                                                                            15,000     40,000
Ingraham Ave./Osceola St. and Michigan Ave./Chiles St.                                                                                                                   80,000
East Highland Dr./Nunnswood Lane                                                                                                                              40,000    180,000
Edgewood Dr. Widening - City share                                     400,000

TOTAL DRAINAGE PROJECTS                                    802,590   1,241,750    1,397,000    1,003,088   945,000   570,000   950,000   720,000   670,000   915,000   1,000,000
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                                                                    STORMWATER FUND
                                                                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                         ADJUSTED
                                           2003         2004         2005        2006        2007         2008        2009        2010        2011        2012        2013
                                          BUDGET      PROPOSED PROJECTED       PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
LAKES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS:
Contribution to LEAD                        25,000       25,000      25,000       25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000
NPDES Permit - Administration               51,511       60,000      60,000       60,000      60,000      60,000      60,000      65,000      65,000      65,000      70,000
Lake Improvement Projects                  222,995      200,000     200,000      200,000     210,000     260,000     260,000     260,000     310,000     310,000     310,000
Lake Somerset Boat Ramp                     35,000
Public Education Programs                                25,000      25,000       25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000

TOTAL LAKES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS     334,506      310,000     310,000      310,000     320,000     370,000     370,000     375,000     425,000     425,000     430,000

TOTAL EXPENSES                            4,593,371   3,516,750    3,097,000    2,328,088   2,765,000   2,640,000   2,883,000   2,713,000   2,389,000   2,759,000   2,655,000
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                                                          ADJUSTED
                                                            2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                           BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
REVENUES:
LRMC Lease Payments                                        6,483,000   6,633,000     6,783,000   6,933,000   7,083,000   7,233,000   7,383,000   7,533,000   7,683,000   7,833,000   7,983,000
Detroit Tigers - Scoreboard                                    9,800       9,800         9,800
Investment Earnings                                          317,560     178,325       218,490    260,155     303,320     309,320     315,320     401,650     409,150     416,650     424,150
Miscellaneous Grant Revenues:
   Beautification Grants (50%)                              320,726                   300,000     300,000     300,000     300,000                 600,000     600,000     600,000     600,000
   State Grant - Northeast Recreation Center                                                                                                                                          400,000
   Polk County School Board - Freedom Park                                                                                500,000
   FRDAP Grants                                             680,200     109,000                                           200,000
   FDOT-LAP Landscape I-4 and Hwy 98 Interchange (100%)     774,070                   800,000
   Intown Bypass Beautification Grant (100%)                            750,000       750,000
   FDOT Intermodal Connector - Phases I & II                746,349
Sale of Capital Assets:
   Sale of Building - Fraternal Order of Police               13,000     13,000         2,835
   Sale of Land to Lakeland Electric                       1,600,000
   Sale of Land - Old Fire Station Property                                           750,000
   Sale of Land - Socrum Loop Property                                  525,000
Miscellaneous Internal Loans:
   Land Adjacent to The Lakeland Center                     322,300
   Northeast Recreation Complex (15 years @ 6.5%)                                                                                                                                    3,200,000
   Police Training Center Expansion (5 years @ 6.5%)                                  325,000
   Kelly Recreation A/C & Expansion (6 years @ 6.5%)                                                          875,000
Transfers From:
   Electric Utilities                                       374,833     162,500        62,500      62,500      62,500      62,500      62,500      62,500      62,500      62,500      62,500
   Other Funds - Radio Replacement                          111,944
   Impact Fee Fund:
     Parks & Recreation                                    1,021,252    125,000        60,000     100,000     250,000      35,000      35,000      35,000      35,000     235,000     935,000
     Police                                                  202,984    175,000       175,000     175,000     175,000                             325,000
Lake Mirror Park:
   Bond Proceeds - Lake Mirror Park                        5,400,000                 2,000,000               2,000,000                900,000
   Contribution from Barnett Family                          600,000    600,000        600,000
   FDOT                                                                                440,000
   Recreation Fees (Reserve)                                500,000
   Transfer from Trans. Fund - Main St. Realignment          52,500
   Proceeds from Issuance of LT Debt - Magnolia Bldg.       174,592
   UPARR Federal Grant                                                  160,000       160,000
   CRA contribution to debt service                                                                                       300,000     300,000     300,000     500,000     600,000     600,000
Marchant Stadium Expansion Revenues:
   State of Florida - Office of Tourism                     466,668     466,668       466,668     466,668     466,668     466,668     466,668     466,668     466,668     466,668     466,668
   Polk County Tourist Development Council                  192,685     192,685       192,685     192,685     192,685     192,685     192,685     192,685     192,685     192,685     192,685
   Detroit Tiger - Commissions                              145,900     234,797       234,797     234,797     234,797     234,797     234,797     234,797     234,797     234,797     234,797
   Detroit Tiger - Commissions-seating loan of $500,000      55,470      55,470        55,470      55,470      55,470      55,470      55,470      55,470      55,470      55,470      55,470
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                                                                ADJUSTED
                                                                  2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                                 BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Library Revenues:
   County Library Cooperative                                       221,000        212,000       180,656        240,000       200,000        200,000       200,000        200,000       200,000       200,000       200,000
   State Grant for Youth Room Expansion                                                          470,000
Fire Department Revenues:
   Fire Protection Fees                                             285,000        285,000       265,000        265,000       245,000        245,000       225,000        225,000       200,000       200,000       200,000
   Transfer from Imp. Fee Fund (New cars & D/S pmts)                448,273        363,520       120,000        125,000       130,000        135,000       140,000        145,000       175,000       175,000       175,000
   Bond Proceeds - Station #6 (D/S to be paid by Imp Fees)                       1,000,000
Contribution from CRA-Debt Service Blocks I&II                      175,000        175,000        22,846
Bond Proceeds - Upgrade & Purchase of Radio Towers                3,700,000
Reimb. for Radio Tower D/S from User Depts (10 yrs)                 211,722        211,722       211,722        211,722       211,722        211,722        211,722       211,722        211,722       211,722
Unappropriated Surplus - Used / (Generated)                       6,345,137      4,172,668    (1,312,319)     1,447,499       (20,332)      (226,029)      (181,828)     (133,147)      (157,243)     (222,344)     (196,056)

TOTAL REVENUES                                                   31,951,965    16,810,156     14,344,150    11,069,497     12,764,831     10,455,133    10,540,335     10,855,346    10,868,749     11,261,149    15,533,214

EXPENSES:
Parks                                                            16,919,593      7,336,504     5,908,424      3,951,504     3,943,744      5,000,704     3,183,384      4,430,394     5,276,194      4,865,744     5,458,147
FDOT Enhancement Program                                            771,902
Recreation                                                          665,371        990,000     1,091,500        100,000     1,352,000        458,000       496,000        308,000       335,000        300,000     4,804,167
Parks & Recreation Impact Fee Projects                            1,021,252        125,000        60,000        100,000       250,000         35,000        35,000         35,000        35,000        235,000       935,000
Library                                                             311,806        232,000     1,010,656        240,000       200,000        200,000       200,000        200,000       200,000        200,000       200,000
Police Department                                                 1,642,635      1,412,100     1,142,000      1,252,000     1,270,000                                     922,000       385,000        705,000        67,000
Fire Department                                                   1,216,900      2,202,850     1,233,032      1,075,130     1,026,640        719,483     1,593,540        666,235       833,740      1,272,167     1,023,900
Non-Departmental                                                  6,877,103      2,525,101     1,418,538      1,859,062     1,769,646      1,395,946     2,269,410      1,592,156     1,343,815      1,276,237       560,000
Contributions to Other Funds                                      2,525,403      1,986,600     2,480,000      2,491,800     2,952,800      2,646,000     2,763,000      2,701,560     2,460,000      2,407,000     2,485,000

TOTAL EXPENSES                                                   31,951,965    16,810,156     14,344,150    11,069,497     12,764,831     10,455,133    10,540,335     10,855,346    10,868,749     11,261,149    15,533,214

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS:
Beginning Balance                                                12,109,264      5,764,127     1,591,459      2,903,778     1,456,279      1,476,611     1,702,641      1,884,469     2,017,615      2,174,859     2,397,202
Sources/(Uses)                                                   (6,345,137)    (4,172,668)    1,312,319     (1,447,499)       20,332        226,029       181,828        133,147       157,243        222,344       196,056
Ending Balance                                                    5,764,127      1,591,459     2,903,778      1,456,279     1,476,611      1,702,641     1,884,469      2,017,615     2,174,859      2,397,202     2,593,258

The primary source of revenue for this fund is lease payments from Lakeland Regional Medical Center estimated to total $6.6 million in FY04. The Public Improvement Fund pays for
capital projects as well as provides operating support to the General Fund in the amount of $1,475,000. A new north side Fire Station #6 ($1,060,000) is proposed to be constructed
and the Fire Safety House ($45,000) replaced. As a part of the continued construction of the Lake Mirror Park, a Maintenance Facility used by Parks & Recreation and the Fire
Department will be demolished, and the storage relocated to city facilities at Rose Street and at the Brunnell Fire Station. A shoreline improvement project will start next year at Lake
Morton. Other major projects for the coming budget year include the following:
   Continuation of the boardwalk at Lake Bonny Community Park
   Beautification of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue
   In-Town By-Pass Beautification
   Remarcite of Gandy Pool
   Design of Coleman-Bush Building Improvements
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                                                                       ADJUSTED
                                                                         2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                                        BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

EXPENSES:
PARKS:
Lake Bonny Community Park:
   Park Land Debt Service                                                194,500     104,000       104,000    104,000    104,000
   Park Development                                                        2,603
   Playground Equipment                                                    6,171                                                                                                             180,000
   Boardwalk (55,000 Impact, 109,000 Grant & 54,000 City)                            218,000
Lake Morton:
   Shoreline Improvements                                                            450,000
Lake Mirror Park:
   Hollis Gardens - Maintenance Trust                                    107,500     100,000
   Hollis Gardens Sidewalk Lighting                                                                            85,000
   Hollis Gardens Repainting                                                          25,000                                                     25,000
   Volunteer Monument                                                     12,500
   Regency Hotel                                                          15,175
   Regency Hotel - Internal Loan Subsidy (To 2015)                                   100,000       100,000    100,000    100,000     100,000    100,000   100,000    100,000     100,000     100,000
   Lake Mirror Master Plan                                                 88,712
   Lake Mirror Park - Construction                                      4,088,160   3,403,760     1,648,680   871,760   1,039,000   1,059,960   800,640   839,650     755,450
   Lake Mirror Park - Debt Service (13yrs @ 5.75%)                        150,000     200,000       300,000   450,000     450,000     500,000   700,000   800,000   1,900,000   1,650,000   2,400,000
   Internal Loan - Motel ($450,000 for 10 years @ 6.5%)                    62,597      62,597        62,597    62,597      62,597      62,597    62,597    62,597      62,597      62,597
   Purchase Nally Property ($2,500/mo. for 15 years)                       30,000      30,000        30,000    30,000      30,000      30,000    30,000    30,000      30,000      30,000     30,000
   Magnolia Building - Renovation & Repair                                859,946
   Magnolia Building Exterior Recoating                                                                                               70,000                                                  40,000
Lake Parker Park:
   Reroof Picnic Sheds and Refurnishing                                      750                    70,000     90,000
   Entrance Gate                                                          26,000
   Playground                                                                                       80,000                                                                                   180,000
   Bathroom Renovations                                                                                                              100,000
Peterson Park:
   Park Expansion ($300,000 PIF, $200,000 Grant & $300,000 Imp Fees)     449,296
   Maintenance Bldg. Expansion                                            51,510
   Replace Fishing Pier                                                   38,000
   Breakroom with Bathroom and Shower                                                                                                 50,000
Adair Park:
   Baseball Complex                                                      154,262
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                                                                    ADJUSTED
                                                                      2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                                     BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Marchant Stadium:
  Batter's Eyes                                                                                          50,000
  Press Box Furnishings                                                 40,000
  Fetzer Hall / Offices                                                150,000
  Expansion - Construction                                           5,388,954
  Expansion - Debt Service (To 2015) Matched by Outside Rev.         1,180,641   894,150      894,150   894,150   894,150      894,150   894,150   894,150   894,150   894,150   894,150
  Expansion - Debt Service (To 2015) City Share                         88,897    28,527       28,527    28,527    28,527       28,527    28,527    28,527    28,527    28,527    28,527
  Seating                                                              500,000
  Seating - Int. Loan Debt Service ($500,000 / 14 yrs Tigers pay)       55,470    55,470       55,470    55,470    55,470       55,470    55,470    55,470    55,470    55,470    55,470
  Fetzer Hall Exterior Recoating                                                  70,000                                                  82,000
  Marchant Stadium Structural Survey                                                            5,000                  5,000               5,000               5,000
Tigertown:
   Hangar II Restroom Renovations                                                 65,000
   Replace Hangar #3                                                  281,028
   Hangar II Kitchen Renovations                                                               60,000
   Carpet (Minor Clubhouse and Weight Room)                                                                                                                             75,000
   Tigertown Hangars 1,2,3 Exterior Recoating                                                                      90,000
   Tigertown Hangar #1 Roof Recoating                                                                              75,000
   Tigertown Hangar #2 Roof Recoating                                                                              25,000
   Tiger Town H.V.A.C. Retrofit                                                                                                                                        400,000
   Tigertown Dishwasher Exhaust                                         3,971
   Tigertown - Minor League Field Fencing                                                                                                                                         85,000
Westside / Southwest Complexes:
   S.W./W.S. Complexes-Bathroom Upgrade                                           55,000
   Westside Park Picnic Pavilions                                                                        55,000
   Southwest Complex - Clubhouse Remodel                                                                                                 125,000
   Westside Complex Concession Stand Renovation                                                                                                                        125,000
Booker T. Washington Park:
   Park Renovation - Phase I                                          240,584
Jackson Park:
   Playgound Renovation                                                                                                         80,000
Beautification Projects (City Funded):
   Neighborhood Beautification                                         50,300     50,000       50,000    50,000    50,000       50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000
   Lake Wire Beautification                                            50,000
   Street Beautification Design Consultant Fees                        35,684     50,000       50,000    50,000    50,000       70,000    50,000    70,000    70,000    70,000    70,000
   Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave.                                        37,700    400,000
Beautification Projects (50% Grants):
   Memorial Boulevard                                                 154,724                 600,000   600,000                                                        600,000
   North Florida Avenue                                               600,000                                                  600,000
   US 98 North                                                                                                                                     600,000   600,000
   Florida Ave.                                                                                                                                                        600,000   600,000
   Main Street                                                                                                                                     600,000
   George Jenkins Boulevard                                                                                       600,000
   Bartow Highway                                                                                                                                            600,000
   Socrum Loop I-4 Interchange                                                                                                                                                   600,000
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                                                              ADJUSTED
                                                                2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                               BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Beautification Projects (100% Grants):
    I-4 and U.S. 98 North                                       774,070                   800,000
    Intown Bypass                                                           750,000       750,000
Horney Park:
    Playground                                                                             50,000
7th Street Park:
    Picnic Shed                                                                            30,000
    Basketball Court & Path                                      25,000
Sertoma Park:
    Picnic Shed Replacement                                                                35,000
    Park Renovation                                                                                    50,000
Freedom Park:
    Park Construction                                                                                              85,000    1,115,000
Bryant Stadium Complex:
    Bryant Stadium Improvement                                  599,517
    Henley Field - Replace Net and Bullpen Lights                                                     150,000
    Henley Field - Remodel Locker Room & Batting Cage                                                              75,000
    Henley Field Recoating                                                                                                     60,000
Irrigation Projects:
    Centralized Irrigation System                                                                                  50,000                                          50,000
Miscellaneous Parks Projects:
    Bartow Highway Railroad Planting                             21,935
    Sikes Hill Landscaping                                                                                                                150,000
    Park Consultant Design Services                             109,316      25,000        25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000
    Lake to Lake Connector Master Plan                           75,000
    Holiday Decorations                                                                    50,000      50,000                                          50,000      50,000
    Lake Hunter Boat Ramp Picnic Pavilion                                                  30,000
    Pavement Management System - (Re-pave Park Paths)                        50,000                    50,000                  50,000                  50,000                  50,000
    Fort Fraser Trail ($100,000 Impact Fees & $50,000 City)                                            50,000
    Sports Field Lighting Upgrade                               119,120                                                                               175,000
    Nursery Greenhouse and Facilities                                                                              50,000                                                      50,000
    Crystal Grove Playground                                                                                                                                                              120,000
    Relocate Maintenance Facility to Rose Street                            150,000

TOTAL PARKS                                                   16,919,593   7,336,504     5,908,424   3,951,504   3,943,744   5,000,704   3,183,384   4,430,394   5,276,194   4,865,744   5,458,147
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                                                                       ADJUSTED
                                                                         2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                                        BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

FDOT ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (10%):
Lake to Lake Connector Design:
   Peterson Pk. to N.J. Rd. Bike Path                                     25,553
Intermodal Connector Projects:
   Intermodal Connector - 1                                              377,827
   Intermodal Connector - 2                                              368,522

TOTAL FDOT ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                                           771,902

RECREATION:
Kelly Recreation Complex:
   Gandy Pool - Remarcite                                                          180,000
   Gandy Pool Deck Repair and Upgrade                                                                                         90,000
   Gandy Pool Gas Heater Replacement                                                                                                                               40,000
   Gandy - Air / Heat Installed in Locker Rooms                                                                                                                               52,000
   Gandy/Kelly Rec Painting & Repair (Replaces Tower Slide)                                     104,000
   Gandy & Simpson Pools - Shade Awnings                                  29,000                 30,500                                                                       30,000
   Gandy & Simpson / Lane Lines                                                                                                                                               42,000
   Kelly Recreation - A/C & Expansion (Impact Fees for D/S)                                                         875,000
   Debt Service - Kelly Rec A/C & Exp. ($460,000 Imp. Fees)                                                          75,000   75,000    75,000   75,000   75,000   75,000    144,338
   Kelly Recreation Complex Tennis Courts Relighting                                                                                   120,000
   Kelly Recreation Complex Playground                                                                               80,000
   Kelly Recreation Complex Fence Tennis Courts                                                                      30,000
Northeast Recreation Complex:
   Construction (1,100,000 Imp Fees, 3,200,000 City & 400,000 State)                                                                                                        3,600,000
   Debt Service - Rec Complex less Imp. fee share (15 years)                                                                                                                  340,329
Simpson Park:
   Liquid Chlorine Tank                                                             35,000
   Playground Renovation                                                                                             80,000
   Pool Deck Repair                                                                                                           90,000
   Gas Heater/Pool Blankets                                                                                                                                        85,000
   Steel Fence-Pool/Outer Perimeter Fence-Complex                                                                                       80,000
   Bathroom Renovation                                                                                                                  65,000
   Interior & Exterior Recoating                                                                 75,000                                          58,000
   Multi-purpose Field                                                                                                                                                       250,000
   A/C Replacement                                                                  45,000
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                                                                         ADJUSTED
                                                                           2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                                          BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Veterans Park:
   Tennis Complex - New Restrooms                                          229,048
   Playground Equipment                                                     15,395
   Playground Renovation                                                                                                                                                               120,000
   Park Renovations                                                        180,200
   Overlaying Tennis Courts with 1" asphalt                                                                              112,000     56,000    56,000
Lake Mirror Center:
   Sound System Improvements                                                 6,440                                                                                                      26,000
   Update Theater Lighting                                                                                                           47,000
   Theater Seat Replacement                                                                                                                                       160,000
   Exterior Recoating                                                                  30,000                                                            75,000
   Furniture Replacement                                                                                                                                                                99,500
Coleman Bush Building:
   Parking                                                                  75,000
   Building Renovation ($1,382,000 total project)                                     600,000      782,000
Miscellaneous Recreation Projects:
   Renovate Buildings and Playgrounds                                      130,288    100,000      100,000    100,000    100,000    100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000    100,000

TOTAL RECREATION                                                           665,371    990,000     1,091,500   100,000   1,352,000   458,000   496,000   308,000   335,000   300,000   4,804,167

P&R IMPACT FEE PROJECTS:
District 1:
   Parker Street Neighborhood Park                                         200,000
   Interlachen Park Playground                                                         70,000
   N. Lake Wire Neighborhood Park                                          191,252
   NE Rec Complex (1,100,000 Imp Fees, 3,200,000 City & 400,000 St.)                                                                                                        200,000    900,000
District 2:
   Westside Complex - Walking Path                                         200,000
   Southwest Park - Playground                                              70,000
   Westside - Picnic Sheds                                                                          60,000
   Debt Service - Kelly Rec A/C & Expansion (6 years @ 6.5%)                                                             250,000     35,000    35,000    35,000    35,000    35,000     35,000
District 3:
   Peterson Park ($300,000 PIF $200,000 Grant& $300,000 Imp Fees)          300,000
   Woodlake Unisex Bathrooms                                                60,000
   Lk Bonny Boardwalk ($55,000 Imp. Fees, $109,000 St. & $54,000 City)                 55,000
   Fort Fraser Trail ($100,000 Impact Fees & $50,000 City)                                                    100,000

TOTAL P&R IMPACT FEE PROJECTS                                             1,021,252   125,000       60,000    100,000    250,000     35,000    35,000    35,000    35,000   235,000    935,000
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                                                           ADJUSTED
                                                             2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                            BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
LIBRARY:
Co-op Funded Projects:
   Special Collections Room Renovation                        73,704
   Renovation of Circulation Unit Space                       86,000
   Upgrade Library Technology/Automation                      35,000                                65,000
   Youth Room Expansion ($942,931 total project)              92,275     100,000       650,656
   Carpet - Main Library                                                  75,000                                                                                            100,000
   Main Library Re-roof                                                   25,000                   175,000
   Interior Signage - Main Library                                        12,000
   Library Furniture                                                                                            25,000                         20,000
   Future Expansion Reserve                                                                                    175,000    131,000   165,000   180,000   200,000   165,000    88,000
   Carpet - Branch Library                                                                                                 42,000
   Phone System Upgrade - Libraries                                                                                        27,000
   Computer Equipment Upgrade                                                                                                        35,000                        35,000
   Technical Services Furniture - Main Library                                                                                                                               12,000
City Funded Projects:
   Emergency HVAC Replacement                                 22,000
   Jackson Library Ceiling Repair                              2,827
   Jackson Branch Library - HVAC                                          20,000
   Main Library - HVAC                                                                 360,000

TOTAL LIBRARY                                                311,806     232,000      1,010,656    240,000     200,000    200,000   200,000   200,000   200,000   200,000   200,000

POLICE DEPARTMENT:
Police Facility Expansion Debt Service for 15 yrs.           988,000     988,000       988,000     988,000     988,000
Patrol Computer Project                                        5,547
Laptop Computer Replacement - (Mobile Computing Systems)     202,984
Special Investigation Division Facility Expansion             14,446
Comm Center Console & Subfloor Replacement                     1,674
New Flooring/Carpet                                           75,000                                                                          100,000              20,000    67,000
Shooting Range Target System                                  37,027
Security Enhancements                                         61,572
Interior Re-Painting of LPD Facility                          30,642
Parking Lot Expansion                                          4,543
Mobile Computing Systems                                                                           264,000     200,000                        312,000   200,000
In-Car Video System                                          158,300     154,000       154,000
In-Car Video System Replacement                                                                                                               185,000   185,000   185,000
Police Facility Threshold System                              47,900
Police Building Modifications                                 15,000      40,000
LPD Exterior Recoating and Sealant                                                                              82,000
LPD A/C Controls                                                         150,000
A/C Chiller Replacments                                                                                                                                           450,000
Interior Coating of Police Facility                                                                                                                                50,000
Police & Fire Wireless Network Upgrade                                    80,100
Training Center Expansion                                                                                                                     325,000

TOTAL POLICE                                                1,642,635   1,412,100     1,142,000   1,252,000   1,270,000                       922,000   385,000   705,000    67,000
                                                                                                                                                                                      99
                                                                                                 PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT FUND
                                                                                                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                                        ADJUSTED
                                                                          2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                                         BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

FIRE DEPARTMENT:
Central Fire Station Debt Service                                         316,106     312,000       312,000     312,000     312,000    312,000    312,000    312,000   312,000    312,000     312,000
Mobile Data Terminals                                                     105,299                               140,000                                                175,000
Expand Station #3                                                         424,233
Rehab Westside Fire Station #4 (Roof & Sprinkler system)                   10,107
Build Fire Station #6                                                      24,040    1,060,000
Debt Service - Station #6 (Int. loan paid by Imp Fees - Paid in 2014)                               120,000     125,000     130,000    135,000     140,000   145,000   175,000    175,000     175,000
Motor Pool Purchases                                                      285,365     412,000       655,132     498,130     584,640    137,483   1,006,540   104,235   171,740    785,167     536,900
Engine 61 Equipment                                                                    75,000
Replace Fire Safety House                                                              45,000
Generator Replacement - Station #4                                                                  100,000
Replace Station #4 Furniture & Flooring                                     5,250
SCBA Replacement                                                                                                                       135,000    135,000
Engine Bay Door Upgrade                                                                                                                                       70,000
Fire Station #1 Condenser Replacement                                                                                                                         35,000
SCBA Voice Amplification System                                            46,500
Breathing Apparatus Cylinders                                                          26,350        45,900
Station #5 HVAC                                                                        90,000
Maintenance Building                                                                  182,500

TOTAL FIRE                                                               1,216,900   2,202,850     1,233,032   1,075,130   1,026,640   719,483   1,593,540   666,235   833,740   1,272,167   1,023,900

NON-DEPARTMENTAL:
Neighborhood Projects:
   Neighborhood Redevelopment                                              51,200      50,000        50,000      50,000      60,000     60,000     70,000     70,000    80,000     80,000      90,000
   8th Street Sidewalk                                                     23,312
   Neighborhood Matching Grants Program                                    35,000      35,000        40,000      40,000      45,000     45,000     50,000     50,000    55,000     55,000      60,000
Information Technologies:
   Replace Type I Portable Radios                                           58,328
   Debt Service for Sunshine St. Loan - Radio Replacement                   61,784    162,747       162,747     162,747     162,747    162,747    162,747
    Wireless Data System (DTNET)                                           143,562     25,000        25,000      25,000      25,000     25,000     25,000     25,000    25,000     25,000      25,000
    Server Upgrades / Maintenance                                          175,000    125,000       125,000     125,000     125,000    125,000    125,000    125,000   125,000    125,000     125,000
    Document Mgmt / Imaging System (50% paid by Electric)                    1,103
    Business Automation Plan (Migration to Web-centric design)             603,935
    Upgrade & Purchase of Radio Towers                                   3,700,000
    Debt Service for Radio Tower Bond (10 yrs @ 5.25%)                     476,375    476,375       476,375     476,375     476,375    476,375    476,375    476,375   476,375    476,375
    Radio System Expansion - Landscaping and Electrical                                35,000
    Standard (Type II) Radio Replacements                                  20,056      39,184        40,776     136,800      18,884      3,184    861,648    347,141    83,800
    Data Archive Solution                                                             200,000
City Hall:
    Replace Carpet (2nd & 3rd Floors South)                                50,000
    City Hall Fresh Air & A/C Chillers                                                                          344,500
    City Hall & Crossbridge - Protective Ext. Coating                      79,550                                           128,000                                               150,000
    City Hall Digital Controls                                                                                              200,000
    City Hall Replace Duct Work                                                       660,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                         100
                                                                                            PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT FUND
                                                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                                  ADJUSTED
                                                                    2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                                   BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
All Other City Buildings:
    Air Quality Investigations - City Owned Bldgs                    34,970       10,000        10,000       10,000       10,000       10,000       10,000       10,000       10,000       10,000       10,000
    City Buildings - Roof Replacements                                           150,000       100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000
    Replace HVAC Motor Pool, Hibiscus                                21,630
    Chamber of Commerce Exterior Recoating                                                                                30,000                                                           35,000
    Electrical Lighting Study / Energy Management Survey                          30,000
    Fleet Management Recoating                                                    30,000
Miscellaneous Non-Departmental Projects:
    ADA Compliance                                                    9,597       50,000        50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000
    Internal Loan - City Hall #2 (Previously Sunshine St. Loan)      52,000       21,211
    Land Acquisition - Adjacent to The Lakeland Center              205,656
    Land Acquisition - (Debt Service for 10 years)                  138,640      138,640       138,640      138,640      138,640      138,640      138,640      138,640      138,640       69,862
    Mid Florida Credit Union property                               370,000
    Heritage Property Site Work & Demolition                         41,001
    Heritage Property Remediation                                   121,500
    Core Area Study - Design Development                            100,000
    Contingency                                                      39,275      100,000       100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000
    Replace Downtown Park Benches                                    27,948
    Appraisal Fees                                                    7,800
    Park & Ride Trolley Program - 2 year agreement                   62,881       36,944
    Cultural Activities Reserve (10 years)                          100,000      100,000       100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000
    Wireless Laptops - Code Enf. & Bldg Insp.                        40,000       50,000
    Document Imaging Equipment - Com. Dev.                           25,000

TOTAL NON DEPARTMENTAL                                             6,877,103    2,525,101     1,418,538    1,859,062    1,769,646    1,395,946    2,269,410    1,592,156    1,343,815    1,276,237     560,000

CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS:
General Fund                                                       1,600,000    1,475,000     1,775,000    1,825,000    1,875,000    1,925,000    1,975,000    2,025,000    2,075,000    2,125,000    2,175,000
Lakeland Center Fund:
   Capital Transfer                                                 556,196       52,600       480,000      441,800      852,800      471,000      523,000      426,560      110,000       57,000       85,000
   Operating Transfer                                                54,207      459,000       225,000      225,000      225,000      225,000      225,000      225,000      225,000      225,000      225,000
Debt Service - Blocks I & II (LDDA Land)                            315,000
Oak Hill Fund                                                                                                                          25,000       40,000       25,000       50,000

TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS                                 2,525,403    1,986,600     2,480,000    2,491,800    2,952,800    2,646,000    2,763,000    2,701,560    2,460,000    2,407,000    2,485,000

TOTAL EXPENSES                                                    31,951,965   16,810,156    14,344,150   11,069,497   12,764,831   10,455,133   10,540,335   10,855,346   10,868,749   11,261,149   15,533,214
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  101
CRA DISTRICTS
                                                         LAKELAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
                                                                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN



                                         ADJUSTED
                                           2003         2004          2005         2006         2007         2008         2009         2010         2011         2012         2013
                                          BUDGET      PROPOSED     PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Tax Increment Revenues                    884,694     1,006,264    1,047,000    1,089,000    1,133,000    1,178,000    1,225,000    1,274,000    1,325,000    1,378,000    1,433,000
Investment Income                          20,000         5,000        7,000       11,000       15,000       21,000       23,000       30,000       37,000       39,000       41,000
Proceeds from Internal Loan                             350,000
Unappropriated Surplus                    756,310      (105,532)    (104,716)     (78,545)    (139,207)     (26,022)     (52,230)    (102,231)     (70,306)     (39,911)     (51,135)

TOTAL REVENUES                           1,661,004    1,255,732      949,284    1,021,455    1,008,793    1,172,978    1,195,770    1,201,769    1,291,694    1,377,089    1,422,865

EXPENSES:
Streetscape:
   Lemon Street Pedestrian Connector      282,140
   Cleaning                                48,042       20,000        20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000
   Downtown - Phases I & II                31,487
   Downtown - Watkins Motor Lines                                                  77,000
   Continuing Downtown Streetscape        606,841      526,000       306,000      312,120      318,362      324,729      331,224      337,848      344,605      351,497      358,527
Debt Service :
   Lane Trohn Project                      13,000       13,000        13,000        9,000
   Transfer to PIF- Blocks I & II         175,000      175,000        22,846
   Existing Streetscape Program            50,229
   Continuing Streetscape Loan                         250,000       300,000      300,000      300,000      225,000      233,570
   Oak Street Park                         69,365
   Lake Mirror Park                                                                                         300,000      300,000      300,000      500,000      600,000      600,000
Miscellaneous Projects:
   Preservation Alley                      83,749
   Downtown Plan Updates / Brochures       50,000                                               60,000                                                           70,000
   Container Gardens - New                 13,420       13,382        13,650       13,923       14,201
   Container Garden - Maintenance          13,560       29,000        38,500       48,000       48,500       49,000       50,000       51,000       52,000       53,100       54,200
   Residential Redevelopment                                                                                                          225,000      100,000                   100,000
Operating:
   Contribution to LDDA                   180,696      184,310       187,996      191,756      195,591      199,503      203,493      207,563      211,714      215,948      220,267
   Tax Increment Refunds                   42,895       45,040        47,292       49,656       52,139       54,746       57,483       60,358       63,375       66,544       69,871
   Lake Mirror Park Presentation Board        580

TOTAL EXPENSES                           1,661,004    1,255,732      949,284    1,021,455    1,008,793    1,172,978    1,195,770    1,201,769    1,291,694    1,377,089    1,422,865

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS:
Beginning Balance                          849,885      93,575       199,107      303,824      382,368      521,575      547,597      599,827      702,058      772,364      812,274
Sources/(Uses)                            (756,310)    105,532       104,716       78,545      139,207       26,022       52,230      102,231       70,306       39,911       51,135
Ending Balance                              93,575     199,107       303,824      382,368      521,575      547,597      599,827      702,058      772,364      812,274      863,409
                                                                                                                                                                                        102
                                                                                   MID-TOWN CRA FUND
                                                                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

                                                    ADJUSTED
                                                      2003         2004          2005         2006         2007         2008         2009         2010         2011         2012         2013
                                                     BUDGET      PROPOSED     PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Tax Increment                                        625,000      758,457       819,000      885,000      956,000    1,032,000    1,115,000    1,204,000    1,300,000    1,404,000    1,516,000
Interest Income                                        7,000        2,000         4,000        5,000        7,000       10,000       12,000       12,000       15,000       19,000       25,000
Transfers:
    Transportation Fund (Hope VI Debt Service)         70,000      70,000        70,000       70,000       70,000       70,000       70,000       70,000       70,000
    General Fund                                      300,000
    CDBG Fund                                         100,000
    Internal Loan Fund                              1,000,000
Unappropriated Surplus                                338,550      (88,957)     (96,500)     (57,500)     (98,000)    (134,275)    (110,291)     (10,010)    (168,386)    (181,369)    (326,900)

TOTAL REVENUES                                      2,440,550     741,500       796,500      902,500      935,000      977,725    1,086,709    1,275,990    1,216,614    1,241,631    1,214,100

EXPENSES:
Hope VI - Contribution                              2,000,000
Hope VI - Debt Service                                141,000     141,000       141,000      141,000      141,000      141,000      141,000      141,000      141,000
Relocation / Transition - Home Construction                                                                             60,000       60,000       60,000       60,000
Neighborhood Parks:
  Parker St. - 2 ball fields at Boys Club site                     50,000
  Interlachen Park - new equipment                                              100,000
  Simpson Park - land acquisition                                                             50,000      100,000
  7th Street Park - replace equipment                                                                                   75,000       25,000
  Kathleen Neighborhood - land acquisition                                                                                          100,000       75,000       25,000
  N. of Memorial & W. of Kathleen - land acq.                                                                                                                 100,000      100,000
  Other Park Enhancements                                                                                                                                                               100,000
Landscape / Pedestrian Enhancements:
  MLK - Memorial to 10th St.                                                                 125,000      125,000      100,000
  10th St. - Providence Rd. to N. Fla. Ave                                                                                          100,000      100,000
  Providence Rd. - 10th St. to Alameda Dr.                                                                                                                    100,000      100,000
  Parker St. Landscaping from N. Florida to MLK                    30,000
  North Florida Avenue Pedestrian Connectors                       35,000
  Other Pedestrian Enhancements                                                                                                                                                         100,000
Model Blocks:
  N. Lake Wire - land acquisition                                  50,000       100,000       50,000       50,000
  Paul A. diggs - land acquisition                                                                         50,000      100,000      100,000
  Parker St. - land acquisition                                                                                                                  150,000      100,000
  Webster Park South - land acquisition                                                                                                                        50,000      150,000
Residential Buffers:
  Parker St. interface w/ Memorial and Mass. Ave                   75,000       100,000
  Paul A. Diggs interface w/N. Fla. Ave.                                         25,000      100,000
  Lakeshore interface w/ Lakeland Hills Blvd.                                                100,000      100,000      150,000
  N. Lake Wire interface w/N. Fla. Ave.                            75,000                                                           100,000       30,000
  Kathleen Rd. - Memorial to I-4                                                                                                                 150,000       60,000
  Other Residential Buffering                                                                                                                                                           100,000
Corridor Enhancements:
  US 98 / N. Fla. Ave. - Memorial to Griffin Road                  50,000       100,000      100,000      125,000
  Other Corridor Enhancements                                                                                          100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000      100,000
Miscellaneous:
Operating Expenses / Professional Services           239,550      120,500       100,500      100,500      100,500      100,500      100,500      100,500      100,500      100,500      100,500
Small Project Assistance                              30,000       40,000        40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000       50,000
Commercial Project                                                                                                                  100,000      200,000      200,000      500,000      500,000
Transfer to General Fund / Maintenance                30,000       75,000        90,000       96,000      103,500      111,225      120,209      129,490      140,114      151,131      163,600

TOTAL EXPENSES                                      2,440,550     741,500       796,500      902,500      935,000      977,725    1,086,709    1,275,990    1,216,614    1,241,631    1,214,100
UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS:
Beginning Balance                                     362,964      24,414       113,371      209,871      267,371      365,371      499,646      609,937      619,947      788,334      969,703
Sources / (Uses)                                     (338,550)     88,957        96,500       57,500       98,000      134,275      110,291       10,010      168,386      181,369      326,900
Ending Balance                                         24,414     113,371       209,871      267,371      365,371      499,646      609,937      619,947      788,334      969,703    1,296,603
                                                                                                                                                                                                   102-A




Several improvement projects are included in the Mid-Town CRA budget for the FY04 budget year including improvement studies for Lake Wire and Parker Street neighborhoods,
and improvements to US 98 North/North Florida Avenue corridors. Also, the CRA director will be supported 100% from the Mid-Town CRA Fund.
                                                                                DIXIELAND CRA FUND
                                                                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN




                                                    ADJUSTED
                                                      2003       2004          2005         2006         2007         2008         2009         2010         2011         2012         2013
                                                     BUDGET    PROPOSED     PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED    PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Tax Increment                                         44,000     54,143        59,000       64,000       69,000       75,000       81,000       88,000       95,000      103,000      112,000
Internal Loan - Corridor Beautification                                                    300,000
Interest Income                                        1,000       1,000        2,000        2,000        1,000        1,000        1,000        1,000        1,400        1,900        3,000
Unappropriated Surplus                                           (13,143)     (21,500)      11,500       12,500       11,500        5,500       (1,500)      (8,900)     (12,400)     (22,500)

TOTAL REVENUES                                        45,000     42,000        39,500      377,500       82,500       87,500       87,500       87,500       87,500       92,500       92,500

EXPENSES:
Façade Improvement Program:
  Small Project Assistance                                       15,000        20,000       20,000       25,000       30,000       30,000       30,000       30,000       35,000       35,000
Corridor Study / Master Plan
  S. Fla. Ave. from W. Walnut St. to Lenox St.        25,000
  Design Guidelines                                   15,000
Corridor Improvements
  Engineering and Architectural Design                                                     300,000
  Debt Service - Corridor Imp. (Pays off in 2014)                                           43,000       43,000       43,000       43,000       43,000       43,000       43,000       43,000
Miscellaneous:
  Professional Services                                5,000     27,000        19,500       14,500       14,500       14,500       14,500       14,500       14,500       14,500       14,500

TOTAL EXPENSES                                        45,000     42,000        39,500      377,500       82,500       87,500       87,500       87,500       87,500       92,500       92,500

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS:
Beginning Balance                                     31,726     31,726        44,869       66,369       54,869       42,369       30,869       25,369       26,869       35,769       48,169
Sources / (Uses)                                                 13,143        21,500      (11,500)     (12,500)     (11,500)      (5,500)       1,500        8,900       12,400       22,500
Ending Balance                                        31,726     44,869        66,369       54,869       42,369       30,869       25,369       26,869       35,769       48,169       70,669
                                                                                                                                                                                                 102-B
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                103

                                       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND



                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                        2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                       INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
FEDERAL GRANTS
CDBG Grant                                904,580      671,008      671,008        912,000
HOME Grant                                431,163      514,707      514,707        470,923

 SUB-TOTAL                               1,335,743   1,185,715     1,185,715      1,382,923

STATE GRANTS
SHIP Grant                                532,200      839,841      839,841        641,917

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL
 REVENUE                                 1,867,943   2,025,556     2,025,556      2,024,840

                                          MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
INTEREST EARNINGS
CDBG Program Loans                          8,882        7,324        6,000          5,000
Rental Rehabilitation Loans                 1,975                     2,500
Rental Rehab Pooled Investments             4,738        5,662        2,100
Dixieland State Program Loans               6,752                     1,000
Dixieland State Pooled Investments         12,589                    12,000
DCA Grant Pooled Investments                  444                       600
SHIP Affordable Housing Loans                 559                       500
SHIP Pooled Investments                     7,260                    20,000
SHIP Registry of Court                        729                       600
HOME Program Loans                          1,346                     1,000

 SUB-TOTAL                                 45,274       12,986       46,300          5,000

CONTRIBUTIONS AND DONATIONS
Dixieland State - Affordable Housing
  Loan Guarantee                               81                        80

REIMBURSEMENTS
DCA Grant Prior Year Refunds               18,607                     3,000

 SUB-TOTAL                                 18,607                     3,000

ALL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS
CDBG                                        2,572

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE                66,534       12,986       49,380          5,000
                                                                                             104

                                    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND



                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                    Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                     For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                     2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                             NON-REVENUES
INTERFUND TRANSFERS
Dixieland Rehab From General Fund       25,000       25,000

                                        25,000       25,000

PRINCIPAL
CDBG Program Loans                      49,839       38,836                      55,000
Rental Rehabilitation Loans              8,385        2,776
Dixieland State Program Loans           45,362
SHIP Program Loans                      42,671
HOME Program Loans                      30,974                                   15,000

 SUB-TOTAL                             177,231       41,612                      70,000

TOTAL NON-REVENUES                     202,231       66,612                      70,000

TOTAL REVENUE                         2,136,708   2,105,154     2,074,936      2,099,840

SURPLUS - PRIOR YEARS                   30,507      501,528      589,109         25,000

TOTAL REVENUES                        2,167,215   2,606,682     2,664,045      2,124,840
                                                                                              105

                                       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND



                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                            CDBG-ADMINISTRATION

PERSONAL SERVICES                          61,872      49,174       55,808        76,127

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental - Fleet Management Equipment            77
Banking Services                              141          94           85           170
Legal Advertising                           2,300         823        2,000         1,265
Purchasing & Stores Services               15,174      11,957       11,957        20,414
Printing & Photography                        166         221          400           200
Insurance - Position Bonds                                152           86           124
Self - Insurance Services                   3,883       4,592        4,592         1,962
Insurance Consultant                                       81           46             2
Office Supplies                               172
Leases                                        892
Subscriptions & Memberships                 2,233                    1,000         1,000
Postage                                        75          50           80           100
Travel                                      1,066       1,000        1,200         1,000
Training                                      330         600        1,200         1,000
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental          940       5,568        6,374         5,601
Telephone, Communications                     629         334          300           300

 SUB-TOTAL                                 28,078      25,472       29,320        33,138

CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS
PIF-Radio Towers                                                                     735

 TOTAL                                     89,950      74,646       85,128       110,000
                                                                                              106

                                       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND



                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                           CDBG-HOUSING DIVISION

PERSONAL SERVICES                         226,340     146,258      223,629       260,807

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment                446         400          600           600
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 784         770          800         1,050
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment            2,089         392        1,000         1,939
Leases                                      6,244       5,352        8,028         8,028
Repair of Equipment                           997         267          700           700
Car Washing                                    56          87                         50
Printing & Photography                         72         100           60            75
Insurance - Position Bonds                     91
Insurance Consultant                           49
Office Supplies                             1,356         700          700           700
Subscriptions & Memberships                    48         108          108           100
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        3,360       5,072
Telephone, Communications                   3,151       2,622        1,000           426
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                   463         296          296           450
Postage                                        48          85           70            75
Travel                                         59         500
Training                                    2,263          61

 SUB-TOTAL                                 21,576      16,812       13,362        14,193

 TOTAL                                    247,916     163,070      236,991       275,000
                                                                                                 107

                                          COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND



                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                           2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                            CDBG-CODE ENFORCEMENT

PERSONAL SERVICES                            153,460     117,636      164,573       181,084

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental - Motor Pool Equipment                    750         250        2,964           600
Gasoline - Motor Pool Equipment                1,347         567        1,500         1,290
Maintenance - Motor Pool Equipment             2,450         852        1,000         2,026
Office Supplies                                   13
Printing & Photography                            13
Subscriptions & Memberships                      284                      135
Training                                       2,366                      108
Uniforms                                         296

 SUB-TOTAL                                     7,519       1,669        5,707         3,916

Fleet Management Fund-New Vehicles            15,250

 TOTAL                                       176,229     119,305      170,280       185,000

                                     CDBG-REHABILITATION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY

OPERATING EXPENSES
Professional Services                          2,898       3,078        3,078
Rehabilitation of Private Property           169,148     224,048      224,048       220,001
Clearance Activities                                                                  2,000
Relocation Payments & Assistance              73,169      43,552       43,552        70,000

 SUB-TOTAL                                   245,215     270,678      270,678       292,001
                                                                                               108

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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS
CDBG Program:
Habitat for Humanity Land Acquisition        7,500
Keystone Challenge                          56,114      29,823       29,823
Boys & Girls Club Summer Day Camp           15,000                                  5,000
Simpson Park Summer Recreation              20,100                                 28,766
Simpson Park Swim Passes                     1,000
Simpson Park Art Classes                     1,999       1,496        1,496         1,122
Simpson Park Modeling Classes                  959       1,000        1,000           750
Coleman-Bush Building:
 After Shool Tutoring Program                8,127       7,103        7,716         9,160
 Summer Tutoring Program                     1,782         218                      2,270
 Computer Upgrade/Internet                   1,326
 After School Programs                                   2,052          700         2,052
Heart of Florida Girl Scouts                 5,000       6,500        6,500         5,000
Talbot House                                 7,350                                 10,000
New Life Ministries Outreach                 7,183       5,037        5,037        10,000
Lakeland Coalition for the Homeless          4,081       5,419        5,419         5,000
Parker St. Neighborhood Summer Rec           4,986                                  9,934
PAL Counselor Services                       6,155
VISTE Prescription Drug Prog.                6,000
VISTE Respite Program                        3,000
VISTE Bathing Assistance                     6,000
VISTE Freezer Purchase                                  15,000       15,000
VISTE Hot Meals for Elderly                  5,000                                 15,000
Sidewalk Quincy St.                          8,937
Big Brothers & Big Sisters                   8,760       4,615        4,615
Swimming Lessons NW Area                       500       1,000                        520
Parker Street Ministries:
  Summer Teen Program                        5,000
  Food Pantry                                5,000
Salvation Army of Lakeland:
 Outreach Program                              225
 Transitional Living Equip. Purchase                     5,205        5,205
  Food Service Equipment & Linens                                                   5,255
Sunrise Community of Polk Cty:
  Handicapped Outdoor Recreation Eq.         4,000
  Kitchen Rehabilitation                                                            5,238
                                                                                                          109

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                                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                            Experience    Budget         Experience       Proposed      Adjustments
                                             For Year     For Year        2002-03             by             by
                                             2001-02      2002-03        Estimated       City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS (Continued):
CDBG Program:
Campfire Boys and Girls - Homeless               2,998
Lake Morton Senior Center Classes                2,480
Fair Housing Counseling                                          5,000           5,000
Christian Women's Job Corps -
  GED Program/Adult School                                                                     6,288
Positive Images Inc. - Teen Business Camp                                                     13,644
Rental Rehabilitation Program:
Contribution to HOPE IV Improvements                        100,000         100,000
Lakeland Presbyterian Apartments               105,620       12,367          12,367
Dixieland Program:
Rehabilitation                                     292        7,805           7,805
Affordable Housing                              18,068      402,460         402,460
DCA Elderly Homeowner Rehab                     28,495       18,798          18,798
SHIP Program:
Administration                                  32,659       76,058          76,058           32,000
Affordable Housing Program                     552,725      757,319         757,319          609,917
HOME Program:
Administration                                  32,970       32,895          32,895           30,000
Affordable Housing Program                     346,030      384,850         384,850          373,512
Keystone Challenge                              84,484       96,963          96,963           82,411

 SUB-TOTAL                                    1,440,564   2,055,041        1,977,026        1,262,839

TOTAL EXPENSES                                2,167,215   2,606,682        2,664,045        2,124,840


PERSONNEL
                                                          Current        Proposed          Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                            Budget          Budget            Range
Housing Division Manager                                    1               1            3,664 - 5,156
Housing Programs Coordinator                                1               1            3,165 - 4,454
Housing Rehabilitation Specialist II                        2               2            2,734 - 3,847
Code Enforcement Officer                                    3               3            2,604 - 3,664
Planning Assistant                                          1               1            2,250 - 3,165
Housing Rehab Finance Officer I                             1               1            2,142 - 3,015
Account Clerk I                                             1               1            1,599 - 2,250
Office Assistant II                                         2               2            1,599 - 2,250
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                  12              12

PART-TIME
Housing Rehabilitation Finance Officer II                    1               1
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   1               1
DEBT SERVICE
                                                DEBT SERVICE FUND                                   110




                                                                                   BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience       Budget      Experience      Proposed     Adjustments
                                         For Year       For Year      2002-03           by             by
EXPENSES                                 2001-02        2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission


                                                      REVENUES


Interfund Transfers:
Public Improvement                         673,577        631,106       651,637         312,000 ___________
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport Fund       89,708         87,690        90,542          87,690 ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                               763,285        718,796       742,179         399,690


Interest Earnings:
1994 Utility Tax Reserve Fund                 9,205         53,194        10,000         10,000 ___________


Prior Year Surplus                                                                      315,972 ___________
 (2002 Debt Service Reserve)

   TOTAL REVENUES                          772,490        771,990       752,179         725,662




                                                 EXPENDITURES

Principal Payable:
1994 Utility Tax Revenue Bonds             510,000        535,000       178,333
2002 Utility Tax Revenue Bonds                                          420,000         555,000 ___________


Interest Payable:
1994 Utility Tax Revenue Bonds             262,490        236,990         78,997
2002 Utility Tax Revenue Bonds                                           74,849         106,263 ___________

Transfer to Internal Loan Fund                                                           64,399 ___________



 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                        772,490        771,990       752,179         725,662
FLEET MANAGEMENT
                                                                                              111

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                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience     Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                    2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                   INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
REVENUES
State Shared Revenues
Motor Fuel Tax Rebate                 195,569      150,000      175,000        150,000   ___________

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL
 REVENUE                              195,569      150,000      175,000        150,000

                                      MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments         13,332       16,800       15,000         15,397   ___________

Interest Earnings - Depreciation
  Reserve
Interest on Pooled Investments        644,697      882,000      650,000        650,000   ___________
Interest on Interfund Loans             6,576        5,816        1,816

 SUB-TOTAL                            651,273      887,816      651,816        650,000

Sales & Compensation for Loss
 of Fixed Assets
Sale of Rental Equipment              385,654      297,800      400,000        175,000   ___________

Sales of Surplus Materials
 and Scrap
Scrap Sales                             1,277        2,280        1,000          1,000   ___________

Reimbursements
Insurance proceeds                                               17,529
Reimbursements / Loss Recovery          2,380                     3,500
Refund of Prior Years Expense             150

 SUB-TOTAL                              2,530                    21,029
 TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
  REVENUE                            1,054,066   1,204,696     1,088,845       841,397
                                                                                                     112

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                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience        Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year        For Year       2002-03           by             by
                                    2001-02         2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                   INTRAGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
Equipment Rental Services
Maintenance/Fleet
 Equipment                           1,758,120       1,767,000      1,870,000      1,780,000    ___________
Depreciation Reserve                 2,799,699       2,984,673      2,984,673      3,036,208    ___________
Rental of Equipment                  1,377,024       1,437,365      1,437,365      1,487,612    ___________
Repair of Equipment/Other              178,056         160,000        120,000        140,000    ___________
Motor Fuel                           1,101,798       1,130,000      1,352,994      1,350,000    ___________

 TOTAL INTRAGOVERNMENTAL
  SERVICES                           7,214,697       7,479,038      7,765,032      7,793,820

 TOTAL REVENUE                       8,464,332       8,833,734      9,028,877      8,785,217

                                                  SUBSIDIES
Interfund Transfers
Uninsured Loss Reserve                 18,115
Fleet Management Depr Reserve         100,000                                       100,000     ___________
General Fund                          129,559          49,400        216,983         32,434     ___________
Transportation Fund                    60,900          30,000
Community Development Fund             15,250
Wastewater                             81,009          40,000         40,000
Wastewater R&R                                                                       70,000     ___________
Lakeland Airport                       31,812
Solid Waste Fund                      484,571
Water Operating Fund                   89,340
Water R&R Fund                          8,375
Electric R&R Fund                     165,665         154,300        401,800
Lakeland Electric Utilities Fund                       81,000

 TOTAL SUBSIDIES                     1,184,596        354,700        658,783        202,434

Principal on Interfund Loan
General Fund                           63,127          83,081         25,244

 SURPLUS - PRIOR YEARS               (119,074)         (23,482)       34,311         40,539
 SURPLUS - DEPRECIATION
              RESERVE                  (70,056)       194,686         64,711      (1,880,840)

 GRAND TOTAL REVENUES                9,522,925       9,442,719      9,811,926      7,147,350
                                                                                                   113

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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience     Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                        2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONAL SERVICES                        1,701,542   1,752,774     1,726,271      1,821,224   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidies         16,021       11,384       11,384         27,120    ___________
Rental of Fleet Management Equipment       26,891       39,860       39,860         43,516    ___________
Gasoline/Fleet Management Equipment        20,693       24,469       24,469         21,566    ___________
Maintenance/Fleet Management               57,180       52,000       62,000         64,616    ___________
Insurance - Fire                            1,719        3,607        3,607          4,234    ___________
Insurance - Position Bond                     259          432          432            343    ___________
Insurance - Data Processing                    53           77           77             66    ___________
Uninsured Loss Reserve                        250                                    8,554    ___________
Self-Insurance Services                    26,262       36,462       36,462         73,178    ___________
Water Service                               1,154          789        1,150          1,300    ___________
Purchasing & Stores Service                26,192       44,400       44,400         38,987    ___________
General Fund Service                      188,041      214,819      214,819        223,043    ___________
Electric Service                           42,332       45,323       46,600         52,759    ___________
Wastewater Service                          1,682        1,700        1,700          1,750    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       14,299       17,239       17,239         17,376    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              3,829        4,975        4,975          4,975    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                 1,389        1,576        1,576          1,800    ___________
Special Services                           13,200       13,000       12,800         13,000    ___________
Banking Service                               732          840          840            860    ___________
Insurance - Consultant Fee                    327          581          581            708    ___________
Annual Audit                                3,211        4,819        4,819          3,385    ___________
Solid Waste Removal                         3,008        2,100        2,400          2,400    ___________
Office Supplies                             2,445        3,200        3,150          3,200    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       2,820        3,000        3,000          3,000    ___________
All Other Material & Supplies               9,490        4,250        4,150          4,250    ___________
Uniforms                                   14,495       12,800       14,500         12,800    ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                   3,926        4,100        4,929          4,100    ___________
Electrical,Hardware,Plumbing                  991        1,000          309          1,000    ___________
Safety Installations                        2,020        1,500        1,350          1,500    ___________
Leases                                      5,250       13,200       12,101         13,200    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                   3,673        4,851        3,900          4,684    ___________
Repair of Equipment                         4,100        6,500        6,125          9,500    ___________
Printing & Photography                         27          500          400            500    ___________
Postage                                       236          300          250            300    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                 1,851        1,090        1,090          1,100    ___________
                                                                                                    114

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                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience     Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES (continued)
Telephone, Communications                    1,012          894          897            776    ___________
Travel                                       2,457        2,565        2,565          2,578    ___________
Training                                     4,792        2,200        2,100          2,200    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                       145          500          431            500    ___________
Leases - Depr Reserve                        2,639

 SUB-TOTAL                                 511,093      582,902      593,437        670,724

                                         MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT
OTHER EXPENDITURES
Special Services                            302,893     185,000       310,000        240,000   ___________
All Other Mat & Supplies                     22,443      18,000        18,000         18,000   ___________
Chemicals                                     7,231      11,000         5,500          7,500   ___________
Paints & Paint Supplies                      13,438      17,600        12,500         15,000   ___________
Tools & Implements                           16,435      15,500        18,500         15,500   ___________
Fuel                                      1,049,324   1,130,000     1,352,994      1,350,000   ___________
Tires & Tubes                               242,358     199,556       220,000        210,000   ___________
Parts For Equipment                         656,872     649,500       675,000        675,000   ___________
Lubricants                                   36,433      34,800        34,200         34,800   ___________
Licenses and Permits                          6,904       3,800         3,769          3,800   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                2,354,331   2,264,756     2,650,463      2,569,600

TOTAL EXPENSES                            4,566,966   4,600,432     4,970,171      5,061,548

                                         OTHER CASH DISBURSEMENTS

Equipment - Operational                      25,995      25,690        25,690          3,000   ___________
Motor Equipment                           4,762,778   4,788,831     4,788,831      1,980,229   ___________
Motor Equipment - contractual service                    11,352        11,352
Motor Equipment - non capital                1,122
Replace electrical panels                   16,691       13,309       13,309
Increase/Decrease in Inventory              12,713
Radio System Upgrade                         4,382          532

 SUB-TOTAL                                4,823,681   4,839,714     4,839,182      1,983,229
                                                                                                       115

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                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience       Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year       For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02        2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
Fleet Management Fund                         100,000                                 100,000     ___________
PIF - Radio Tower Upgrade & Purchases                       2,573        2,573          2,573     ___________
Cleveland Heights Golf Course Fund             32,278

 SUB-TOTAL                                    132,278       2,573        2,573        102,573

 GRAND TOTAL                              9,522,925     9,442,719     9,811,926      7,147,350



Equipment
Plasma Arc Welder                       New                                              3,000



PERSONNEL
                                                        Current     Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                          Budget       Budget          Range
Fleet Manager                                              1            1         4,040 - 5,684
Management Analyst                                         1            1         3,015 - 4,242
Automotive Shop Foreman                                    2            2         2,871 - 4,040
Automotive Maintenance Coordinator                         1            1         2,734 - 3,847
Automotive Mechanic III                                   16           16         2,480 - 3,490
Office Manager                                             1            1         2,362 - 3,324
Automotive Mechanic II                                     2            2         2,250 - 3,165
Operations Support Supervisor II                           1            1         2,250 - 3,165
Paint & Body Mechanic                                      2            2         2,250 - 3,165
Automotive Mechanic I                                      2            2         2,040 - 2,871
Account Clerk III                                          1            1         1,943 - 2,734
Automotive Parts Clerk                                     3            3         1,851 - 2,604
Account Clerk II                                           1            1         1,763 - 2,480
Automotive Mechanic Helper                                 1            1         1,523 - 2,142
Operations Support Worker II                               1            1         1,523 - 2,142
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                36           36
                                                                                                           116

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                                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience        Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year        For Year       2002-03            by             by
                                            2001-02         2002-03       Estimated      City Manager City Commission



           FLEET PURCHASES
Routine Replacements
1 - Crane Truck                                                                                 20,356
3 - Cargo Van                                                                                   58,808
1 - Bucket Truck                                                                                93,875
2 - Dump Truck                                                                                 151,379
2 - Roller                                                                                      62,520
1 - Sewer Cleaner                                                                              186,611
2 - Station Wagon                                                                               40,712
5 - Passenger Car                                                                               78,919
18 - Police Car                                                                                494,260
29 - Pickup Truck                                                                              543,541
1 - Passenger Van                                                                               23,750
1-SUV                                                                                           20,700
3 - Tractor                                                                                    102,360
              TOTAL REPLACEMENTS                                                             1,877,791

New Equipment
1 - Backhoe                                                                                     70,000
1 - Passenger                                                                                   15,788
1 - Police Car                                                                                  16,650

            TOTAL NEW PURCHASES                                                                102,438
                            TOTAL EQUIPMENT PURCHASES                                        1,980,229


For FY04, $100,000 will be transferred from Depreciation Reserve to establish an operating contingency for emergency
purposes.

The fuel budget is proposed to increase to $1,350,000, reflecting recent increases in gas prices.


The Fleet Management budget will transfer $100,000 to the Public Improvement Fund to pay its share of the Radio Tower
Upgrade project.
PURCHASING
                                                                                                117

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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience   Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

REVENUES                                 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments              12,247      15,600       17,000         13,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                12,247      15,600       17,000         13,000

Sales of Surplus Materials and Scrap
Scrap Sales                                 12,038      12,000       12,000         12,000   ___________
Surplus Furniture and Equipment Sales       24,299
Recycling Proceeds - Cardboard                           1,000        1,000          1,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                36,337      13,000       13,000         13,000

Refund of Prior Year Expenditures
All Other Refund - Prior Years                  23
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
    REVENUE                                 48,607      28,600       30,000         26,000

                                          INTRAGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
Central Stores Services - Sales to City Funds
General Fund                                  138,140   145,000    125,000         125,000   ___________
Fleet Management Fund                           5,481     7,500       6,000          5,000   ___________
Fleet Mgmt Vehicle Replacement Fund               239
Purchasing & Stores                             5,830     6,000       4,000          3,500   ___________
Community Development                             479     1,000         500            500   ___________
The Lakeland Center                             2,029     3,700       1,500          1,000   ___________
Transportation Fund                             1,377     1,000       1,000          1,000   ___________
Solid Waste Management                          9,051    10,000      10,000          9,000   ___________
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport Fund           3,383     4,000       3,000          3,000   ___________
Parking System Fund                             1,576     2,400       1,000          1,000   ___________
Wastewater Fund                                24,379    25,000      25,000         25,000   ___________
Wastewater R&R Fund                                66
Public Improvement Fund                         2,227     4,200       3,000          2,500   ___________
Lakeland Electric                             115,867   110,000    300,000         120,000   ___________
Oak Hill Burial Park                                6       200         200            100   ___________
Lakeland Airside Center                           931     1,100       1,100          1,000   ___________
Lakeland Airside Center Capital Fund            1,782
Sales - 2001 Sunshine Bond Fund                   357
Stormwater Utility Fund                           924     1,500       1,000          1,000   ___________
S.H.I.P Program                                   115       100         300            100   ___________
Cleveland Heights Golf Course                     244       200         200            200   ___________
Water Utilities                               667,351   570,000    570,000         650,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                               981,834     892,900     1,052,800       948,900
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year      For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                      2001-02       2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission



Print Shop - Sales to City Funds
Print Shop Billings                      34,150
   TOTAL INTRAGOVERNMENTAL
   SERVICES                            1,015,984      892,900     1,052,800       948,900

  TOTAL REVENUE                        1,064,591      921,500     1,082,800       974,900

                                        OPERATING SUBSIDIES
Purchasing and Stores Services
General                                  134,046      151,747       151,747       186,582    ___________
Fleet Management Fund                     26,192       44,400        44,400        38,987    ___________
Community Development                     15,174       17,015        17,015        20,414    ___________
The Lakeland Center                        4,493        7,275         7,275        10,653    ___________
Solid Waste Management                     4,706        5,027         5,027         4,339    ___________
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport           5,234        6,052         6,052        11,508    ___________
Lakeland Airside Center                    3,005        2,856         2,856         1,858    ___________
Cleveland Heights Golf Course Fund         3,761       10,000        10,000        15,006    ___________
Parking System Fund                          917          300           300           108    ___________
Wastewater System Fund                    28,447       30,339        30,339        32,276    ___________
Water Impact Fee Fund                        764        1,500         1,500
Water Utilities Fund                     104,797       96,764        96,764         84,890   ___________
Lakeland Electric Utilities            1,048,167    1,000,071     1,000,071      1,005,940   ___________

  TOTAL OPERATING SUBSIDIES            1,379,703    1,373,346     1,373,346      1,412,561

  PRIOR YEARS SURPLUS                    (56,105)      62,897       37,888         83,490

  GRAND TOTAL                          2,388,189    2,357,743     2,494,034      2,470,951
                                                                                                 119

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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                        2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

EXPENSES                                  ADMINISTRATION

PERSONAL SERVICES                         545,602      566,065      561,467        572,288    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Increase/Decrease in inventory            (70,576)
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy            8,969        6,776        6,776          6,960    ___________
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             21,189       21,475       21,475         21,564    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment               2,860        2,419        2,100          1,110    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           11,956        4,211        4,200          6,929    ___________
Insurance - Fire                           18,376       30,474       30,474         36,177    ___________
Insurance - Position Bond                     154          257          257            181    ___________
Self-Insurance                              7,243       13,374       13,374         23,049    ___________
Water Service                               3,708        1,990        1,990          2,700    ___________
General Fund Services                     193,134      223,499      223,499        233,176    ___________
Electric Services                          54,219       93,850       93,850        112,330    ___________
Wastewater Services                           419          470          425            490    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       27,348       32,983       32,983         37,571    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              6,231        7,842        7,842          7,842    ___________
Special Services                           26,747       42,140       42,000         42,500    ___________
Banking Services                              535          610          610            625    ___________
Insurance Consultant                          296          594          594            521    ___________
Legal Advertising                             180        1,000        1,400          1,000    ___________
Annual Audit                                2,106        3,161        3,161          2,220    ___________
Solid Waste Removal                         5,200        9,100        7,200         12,600    ___________
Office Supplies                             8,805        6,500        6,000          6,000    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                       1,750
All Other Materials & Supplies                826          700        1,000          1,000    ___________
Uniforms                                    2,077        2,100        2,100          2,100    ___________
Cleaning & Janitorial Supplies                  2
Tools and Implements                          321          150           300           300    ___________
Hardware and Plumbing Supplies                  8          150           300           300    ___________
Merchandise                               980,244      894,400     1,052,800       948,900    ___________
Leases                                        190
Rentals                                       850          500          500            500    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                     409          600        1,200          1,200    ___________
Repair of Equipment                         2,180        4,650        2,500          2,500    ___________
Postage                                     3,184        1,300        3,000          3,133    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   634          350          350            350    ___________
Telephone, Communications                   5,151        5,480        5,000          4,883    ___________
Travel                                      1,650        1,525        1,500          1,525    ___________
Training                                                   250          750            750    ___________
Car Washing                                    52           50           50             50    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                              1,328,627   1,414,930     1,571,560      1,523,036
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                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission



                                               WAREHOUSE

PERSONAL SERVICES                         360,880     369,575      355,094       369,034   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                 2,314       2,026        2,026         2,025   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        6       1,260                      1,260   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                2,320       3,286        2,026         3,285

   TOTAL                                  363,200     372,861      357,120       372,319

                                               PRINT SHOP

PERSONAL SERVICES                          33,319

OPERATING EXPENSES
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental          618
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                 85
Special Services                              818
All Other Materials & Supplies                537
Uniforms                                      504
Paper Stock                                 7,856
Repair of Equipment                         9,725
Printing & Photography                         98

   SUB-TOTAL                               20,241

CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                  12,670

   TOTAL                                   66,230
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                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Stackable Wire Racks                         7,793

  SUB-TOTAL                                  7,793

TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS
PIF - Radios                                 4,737          579          579                    ___________
PIF - Radio Tower Upgrade & Purchases                     3,308        3,308          3,308     ___________
Transfer to General Fund                    72,000

  SUB-TOTAL                                 76,737        3,887        3,887          3,308

  GRAND TOTAL                             2,388,189   2,357,743     2,494,034      2,470,951


PERSONNEL
                                                      Current     Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                        Budget       Budget          Range
Purchasing Manager                                      1            1          4,242 - 5,969
Superintendent Of Stores                                1            1          3,015 - 4,242
Assistant Purchasing Manager                            1            1          3,015 - 4,242
Inventory Control Specialist                            1            1          2,604 - 3,664
Purchasing Agent                                        4            4          2,604 - 3,664
Warehouse Operations Technician II                      2            2          2,142 - 3,015
Warehouse Operations Technician I                       6            6          2,040 - 2,871
Account Clerk III                                       1            1          1,943 - 2,734
Account Clerk II                                        2            2          1,763 - 2,480
   TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                            19           19
WASTEWATER
                   CITY OF LAKELAND
                Wastewater System Revenues
                     Fiscal Year 2004




Charges for Services
   $14,233,898




                                                      Impact Fees
                                                       $1,052,736

                                                    Investment
                                                      Income
                                                     $297,500

                                       Prior Year
                                        Surplus
                                       $2,689,326




                       Total = $18,273,460
                CITY OF LAKELAND
             Wastewater System Expenses
                  Fiscal Year 2004




                   Administration
                    $1,943,325           Collection
                                        $2,244,294

   Debt
 Service
$2,116,463                                                  Transfers
                                                             to Other
                                                              Funds
                                                           $1,760,273




                                                      Capital Outlay
                                                       $4,396,899



             Treatment
             $5,812,206




                  Total = $18,273,460
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                                                                          BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                  Experience    Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                   For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                   2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

REVENUES                             CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Sewer Utility Revenues
Wastewater Service Charges         10,675,614   11,075,000   11,000,000      12,000,000   ___________
Pretreatment Surcharge              1,297,663    1,435,000    1,335,000       1,600,000   ___________
Pretreatment Lab Analysis Fees         75,344       87,000       70,000          75,000   ___________
Connection Fees                        24,673       30,000       25,000          30,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                       12,073,294   12,627,000   12,430,000      13,705,000

City Services
General Fund                         184,927      195,000       177,200         188,273   ___________
Fleet Management                       1,682        1,700         1,700           1,750   ___________
Purchasing                               419          470           425             490   ___________
Lakeland Center                       18,275       21,000        15,600          18,000   ___________
Airport                                5,809        6,700         3,050           4,600   ___________
Lakeland Airside Center               15,359       18,000        12,600          14,550   ___________
Cleveland Heights Golf Course          5,399        4,800         6,200           6,000   ___________
Parking System                         3,844        3,500         3,900           4,000   ___________
Solid Waste                            3,038        3,225         3,000           3,200   ___________
Water Utilities                          706          760           700             735   ___________
Electric Utilities                    20,926       25,000        21,700          37,300   ___________
Wastewater Re-use water charges      128,148      239,205       175,000         175,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                         388,532      519,360       421,075         453,898

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES         12,461,826   13,146,360   12,851,075      14,158,898

                                     MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments:
Debt Service Sinking Interest          5,056       20,000         7,500           7,500   ___________
Debt Service Sinking Principal        12,383       10,000         5,000           5,000   ___________
Debt Service Reserve                  77,565
Debt Service Reserve Account             471
Revenue Fund                         148,754      221,300       150,000         150,000   ___________
Other Interest                             4

   SUB-TOTAL                         244,233      251,300       162,500         162,500
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                                                                          BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                  Experience    Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                   For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                   2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission



Other Miscellaneous Revenue
Reimbursements / Loss Recovery                                    7,000
All Othe Misc Revenue                   3,016                       700

  SUB-TOTAL                             3,016                     7,700

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE          247,249      251,300       170,200         162,500

Interfund Transfers
Renewal & Replacement Fund to
 Wastewater - Interest Earnings      107,562                                              ___________
Water Pollution Control to
 Debt Service Sinking-Principal      814,333      672,500       672,500         526,368   ___________
Water Pollution Control to
 Debt Service Sinking-Interest       499,108      475,235       475,235         526,368   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                         1,421,003    1,147,735    1,147,735       1,052,736

  PRIOR YEARS SURPLUS                113,838      835,728       816,667         891,668

  GRAND TOTAL REVENUES             14,243,916   15,381,123   14,985,677      16,265,801
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience   Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

EXPENSES                                       ADMINISTRATION

PERSONAL SERVICES                          270,583     338,085      216,101         375,825   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy            33,257      24,544       24,544          25,062   ___________
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  3,380       4,085        4,085           4,099   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  517         388          388             517   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               785       1,630        1,630             785   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                   250         250          250           6,590   ___________
Insurance - Position Bond                      533         888          888             782   ___________
Insurance - Data Processing                    241         353          353             301   ___________
Self-Insurance Services                     45,263      52,540       52,540         119,250   ___________
Purchasing & Stores Service                 28,447      30,339       30,339          32,276   ___________
Stormwater Utility Fees                      2,714       1,750        1,750           1,750   ___________
General Fund Services                      465,932     475,642      475,642         471,783   ___________
Utility Billing Service                    322,273     345,519      345,519         385,247   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           4,227       6,983        6,983           8,005   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          789       2,007        2,000             387   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios            378       1,125        1,125             225   ___________
Banking Service                              1,711       1,955        1,955           2,005   ___________
Professional Services                        4,738
Insurance Consultant                         1,107       1,997        1,997           1,928   ___________
Advertising                                    439         200          200             200   ___________
Annual Audit                                10,032      15,056       15,056          10,575   ___________
Office Supplies                              2,195       1,675        2,200           2,000   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                          16
All Other Materials & Supplies                  55         100          100             100   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         17,786      22,300       22,300          23,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                         143         500          500             500   ___________
Postage & Mailing                            1,835       1,000        1,000           1,000   ___________
Subscription & Membership                      108         710          710             710   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      481         460          460             550   ___________
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                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience      Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year       For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02        2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES(continued):
Travel                                         920          1,000         1,000           1,000   ___________
Training                                        17            500           500             500   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        21            850           850             850   ___________
Licenses & Permits                           8,052          8,100         8,100           7,851   ___________
Car Washing                                     20             50            50              50   ___________
Bad Debt Expense                           157,870         15,000        50,000          15,000   ___________
Easement & Rights-Of-Way                       274            500           500             500   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               1,116,806      1,019,996    1,055,514       1,125,378

  TOTAL                                   1,387,389      1,358,081    1,271,615       1,501,203

                                                      ENGINEERIN

PERSONAL SERVICES                          438,263        426,447       529,318         370,330   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  4,599          8,770         8,770          10,987   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  485            977           977           1,108   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               872          4,516         4,516           1,738   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental          21,189         24,651        24,651          23,099   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon        2,748          2,862         2,862           2,862   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios          1,443          1,802         1,802           1,802   ___________
Office Supplies                              3,503          3,500         3,100           5,450   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies                                 70            70              70   ___________
Uniforms                                        53            100                           100   ___________
Repair of Equipment                            923         18,646        18,646          20,761   ___________
Subscription & Membership                      243          1,190         1,190           1,315   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      375            400           400             400   ___________
Travel                                         172            600           600             600   ___________
Training                                     1,200          1,000           400           1,000   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        24            500           250             500   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                 37,829         69,584        68,234          71,792

  TOTAL                                    476,092        496,031       597,552         442,122
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                GLENDALE PLANT

PERSONAL SERVICES                          994,161    1,036,321      982,426       1,078,561   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                 29,099       35,009       35,009          30,312   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                6,077       25,475       25,475           5,835   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment            12,231       11,638       11,638           9,846   ___________
Insurance - Fire                            50,541       91,426       91,426          98,053   ___________
Water Utility Service                        6,054        6,800        5,500           6,280   ___________
Electric Utility Service                   407,035      381,955      367,000         417,700   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           5,061        7,145        7,145           7,739   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          585          890          890           2,724   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios          1,479        2,251        2,251           2,255   ___________
Contractual Services                        72,928      115,116      109,116         116,866   ___________
Sludge Disposal                            362,455      406,540      406,540         405,000   ___________
Interdepartmental Solid Waste Service        7,404        6,800        8,000           8,150   ___________
Office Supplies                              3,801        4,000        5,127           4,000   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               2,127        3,000        4,012           4,000   ___________
Uniforms                                     1,339        4,000        4,000           4,000   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                    5,105        5,000        5,000           5,000   ___________
Construction Material                          954        1,000          400           1,000   ___________
Chemicals                                  200,126      281,000      281,000         281,775   ___________
Tools & Implements                           4,413        5,000        5,000           5,000   ___________
Laboratory Supplies                         15,798       15,000       14,900          13,000   ___________
Auto/Heavy Equipment Fuel                   11,758       16,000       16,000          15,000   ___________
Rentals                                      7,200       11,000       11,000           9,500   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                   12,060       11,500       11,300          11,500   ___________
Repair of Equipment                        182,792      178,900      178,900         178,900   ___________
Subscription & Membership                      379        1,500        1,502           1,050   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      553          700          700             700   ___________
Travel                                                      800          100             800   ___________
Training                                     3,682        6,400        5,400           6,400   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                     1,984        1,500        1,500           1,500   ___________
Solid Waste Disposal Charges                20,000       20,000       15,000          19,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               1,435,020   1,657,345    1,630,831       1,672,885

  TOTAL                                   2,429,181   2,693,666    2,613,257       2,751,446
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                NORTHSIDE PLA

PERSONAL SERVICES                          563,747      620,821      638,628         665,907   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  8,623        8,792        8,792           8,812   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  845        1,189        1,189             845   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment             5,282        2,708        2,708           5,107   ___________
Water Utility Service                        4,730        4,605        4,900           5,050   ___________
Electric Utility Service                   357,092      351,816      322,200         368,545   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           1,596        1,920        1,920           1,417   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          514        1,100        1,100           1,006   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios            361          450          450             450   ___________
Contractual Services                        10,002       22,320       22,320          24,320   ___________
Sludge Disposal                             36,000       43,500       43,500          50,000   ___________
Interdepartmental Solid Waste Service        4,719        5,300        4,500           6,350   ___________
Office Supplies                              1,361        1,750        1,750           1,750   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies                 155        1,000        1,000           1,000   ___________
Uniforms                                       602        1,700        1,700           1,700   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                    2,329        1,750          850           1,500   ___________
Construction Material                           10          500          200             500   ___________
Chemicals                                   38,827       64,000       64,000          60,000   ___________
Tools & Implements                             228        1,500        1,500           1,500   ___________
Laboratory Supplies                          7,083        8,500        8,500           7,500   ___________
Auto/Heavy Equipment Fuel                    2,785        2,500        2,500           4,000   ___________
Rentals                                        350        4,950        4,950           4,000   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                    1,293        5,500        5,500           5,500   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         63,114       62,563       62,563          68,500   ___________
Subscription & Membership                       20          850          850             400   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      273          175          230             230   ___________
Travel                                                      500                          500   ___________
Training                                     2,100        2,500        2,500           2,850   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                       385          500          500             500   ___________
Solid Waste Disposal Charges                10,000       10,000        5,000           9,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                560,679      614,438      577,672         642,832

  TOTAL                                   1,124,426   1,235,259    1,216,300       1,308,739
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                PUMPING STATIO

PERSONAL SERVICES                          351,071      398,177      382,135         402,492   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                 16,457       23,235       23,235          21,801   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                7,622        5,562        5,562           6,036   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment            13,197        6,695        6,695           5,392   ___________
Water Utility Service                        6,566        4,895        9,500           9,670   ___________
Electric Utility Service                   350,647      316,479      407,000         442,238   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           5,970        7,090        4,400           5,069   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          438          619          620             421   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios          1,001        1,351        1,350           1,350   ___________
Contractual Services                        37,864       51,000       51,000          51,000   ___________
Office Supplies                              1,055        1,800        1,800           1,000   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               2,785        2,000        2,000           2,000   ___________
Uniforms                                       698        2,000        2,000           2,000   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                      135          300          300             200   ___________
Construction Material                        1,330        2,000        1,000           1,000   ___________
Chemicals                                  221,157      200,000      200,000         234,000   ___________
Tools & Implements                           2,761        3,000        3,000           3,000   ___________
Auto/Heavy Equipment Fuel                    1,310        7,000        3,500           3,500   ___________
Rentals                                         81          250          100             100   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                      363          500          500             750   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         94,181      100,000      100,000         115,000   ___________
Subscription & Membership                                    20           20              20   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      328          423          348             348   ___________
Travel                                          40          400          400             200   ___________
Training                                                  1,500                        1,000   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                     1,863          500         500              500   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                767,849      738,619      824,830         907,595

  TOTAL                                   1,118,920   1,136,796    1,206,965       1,310,087
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience   Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                              SEWER MAINTENAN

PERSONAL SERVICES                          515,615     606,179      624,536         645,234   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                 89,523     120,801      120,801         113,760   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               16,761      21,060       21,060          18,726   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment            27,782      28,057       28,057          27,635   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental          12,433      14,069       14,069          12,964   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          438         667          644             619   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios          2,642       3,603        3,600           3,605   ___________
Contractual Services                        26,931      36,459       36,459          33,929   ___________
Office Supplies                              3,423       2,800        2,000           2,000   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               4,157       2,500        2,500           2,000   ___________
Uniforms                                     1,979       3,000        3,000           3,400   ___________
Construction Material                       19,094      16,000       16,000          18,000   ___________
Chemicals                                      362       3,000        1,500           1,500   ___________
Tools & Implements                           4,981       4,763        4,763           4,500   ___________
Auto/Heavy Equipment Fuel                       36         850          850             850   ___________
Rentals                                      1,994       1,800        1,000           1,000   ___________
Repair of Equipment                          8,097       7,000        7,000           7,500   ___________
Subscription & Membership                      344         585          585             585   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      629         929          929           1,000   ___________
Travel                                          25       1,000          250           1,000   ___________
Training                                     1,430       1,000                        1,000   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                     2,337         500         500              500   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                225,398     270,443      265,567         256,073

  TOTAL                                    741,013     876,622      890,103         901,307
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                                        Experience   Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                 PRETREATME

PERSONAL SERVICES                          143,489     149,900      150,972         154,749   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  7,351       7,573        7,573           7,593   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                1,768       2,168        2,168           1,768   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment             2,223       1,654        1,654           2,223   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           3,036       3,624        2,875           3,446   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          146         223          223             222   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios            541         676          676             676   ___________
Contractual Services                         5,896       9,000        7,500           5,000   ___________
Advertising                                                100          100             100   ___________
Office Supplies                                401         700          700             700   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               1,142       1,000        1,000           1,200   ___________
Uniforms                                       229         465          765             765   ___________
Tools & Implements                             134         650          650             650   ___________
Laboratory Supplies                            826       3,400        2,100           1,500   ___________
Rentals                                                    250          150             100   ___________
Repair of Equipment                            561       1,500        1,500           1,500   ___________
Printing & Photography                                     100          100             100   ___________
Postage & Mailing                                7         200          100             100   ___________
Subscription & Membership                       87         195          195             195   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      101         174          150             150   ___________
Travel                                         229       1,100                          750   ___________
Training                                     1,438       1,200         750            1,250   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                       177         500         500              750   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                 26,293      36,452       31,429          30,738

  TOTAL                                    169,782     186,352      182,401         185,487
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience   Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                            WETLANDS MANAGEME

PERSONAL SERVICES                          130,549     172,744      172,350         188,780   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                 10,028      11,540       11,540          12,440   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                2,176       3,448        3,448           2,176   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment             9,798       5,832        5,832          10,466   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           2,523       3,198        2,496           2,996   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          146         222          222             222   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios            721         900          900             900   ___________
Contractual Services                        37,407      50,521       50,521          54,241   ___________
Office Supplies                                533         500          500             500   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                         769
All Other Materials & Supplies                 345         500          500             500   ___________
Uniforms                                       627         820          820             820   ___________
Construction Material                          442       2,200        2,200           2,200   ___________
Chemicals                                    4,975       3,575        2,400           3,500   ___________
Tools & Implements                           1,153       1,300        1,300           1,300   ___________
Laboratory Supplies                          1,961       2,500        2,500           2,500   ___________
Rentals                                        867       1,750        1,750           1,750   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                      439       1,725        1,725           1,725   ___________
Repair of Equipment                          3,948       4,500        4,500           4,500   ___________
Subscription & Membership                      380         510          510             360   ___________
Telephone, Communications                      558         561          561             584   ___________
Travel                                                     400                          100   ___________
Training                                       274         400           50             300   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        61         500          500             500   ___________
Electric Service - TECO                      2,408       5,000        4,000           5,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                 82,539     102,402       98,775         109,580

  TOTAL                                    213,088     275,146      271,125         298,360
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                     LABORATORY

PERSONAL SERVICES                          240,508      259,466      240,637         265,842   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental           3,125        3,845        3,474           3,474   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon          292          445          445             445   ___________
Office Supplies                                422        1,200        1,200           1,200   ___________
Uniforms                                       176          768          268             768   ___________
Laboratory Supplies                         26,080       28,238       27,238          28,000   ___________
Repair Of Equipment                         14,535       15,500       15,500          15,700   ___________
Subscription & Membership                    3,360        2,545        2,545           2,595   ___________
Telephone, Communications                       24           50           50              50   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                        41          100          100             100   ___________
Training                                        30

  SUB-TOTAL                                 48,085       52,691       50,820          52,332

  TOTAL                                    288,593      312,157      291,457         318,174
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                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                    Experience    Budget       Experience      Proposed      Adjustments
                                     For Year     For Year      2002-03            by             by
                                     2001-02      2002-03      Estimated      City Manager City Commission

                                               MAINTENANCE PROJEC
LCAR Environmental Study                                 20,414
Risk Management Plan                            1,000     1,500     1,500
Alternative Collection/Disposal Study           3,025    44,375
Operators Certification Training                6,098
Phosphate Removal Study                         1,022
Acqusition of Easements                         1,978     1,390       599
W.C. Dicks Permit Preparation                            35,000     5,000
Aeration Basin Interior Wall Repairs           21,566     1,027     1,027
Northside Permit Preparation                             25,000     5,000
Utility Relocation Engineering & Surveyi       28,611   113,689   113,689           50,000   ___________
Root Treatment of Sewer System                 34,873    25,000                     25,000   ___________
Manhole Adjustments                             1,998     8,500     3,700            8,000   ___________
System Maintenance & Repairs - Reimb             (237)    1,000     1,511
Parkview Pl & W. Lk Parker Sewer Repa          53,309
Reimbursable Sampling Analysis                    214     1,000     1,000
Wetlands Revegetation                          10,000
Lab Analysis Reimbursement                       (903)    1,000    (1,350)
Contingency                                              88,050                    (58,400) ___________
DOT-Maintenance of Traffic Advanced T             675
Wetlands Algae Solids                                    45,000
Wastewater Impact Fee Study                              19,000
Replace Air Handler Unit in Lab                          10,500
Radio System Expansion - Public Safety                   19,849    19,849
Northside Gearbox Repair                                 31,000    31,000
Northside Plant Walkway Repairs                          68,000    67,000
Lake Mirror Sewer Repair                                 10,000     1,000
Lightning Damage Glendale WWTP                 14,279
Wetlands Summer College Intern                                                       8,300   ___________
Interim Sludge Stabilization And Disposal Services                                 950,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                             177,508      570,294      250,525          982,900

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES              8,125,992    9,140,404    8,791,300        9,999,825
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                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience    Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                    2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                           OTHER EXPENS
Debt Service and Other Expenses
Trustee, Registrar, Paying Agent
 and LOC Fees                                         2,000        2,000           2,000
Financed from Operating Revenues       317,904
Financed from Impact Fees            1,313,441    1,147,735    1,165,335       1,166,410   ___________
Financed from Investment Income         95,475       30,000       12,500          12,500   ___________
2002 Wastewater Bond Interest                       373,053      373,053         373,053   ___________
2002 Wastewater Bond Principal                      562,500      562,500         562,500   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                          1,726,820    2,115,288    2,115,388       2,116,463

Contributions to Other Funds
General Fund                         1,450,000    1,500,000    1,500,000       1,550,000   ___________
Fleet Management Reserve                81,009       59,991       40,000
Wastewater Renewal & Replacement     2,358,000    2,050,000    2,050,000       2,100,000   ___________
Capital Improvement Fund               289,240      289,240      289,240         289,240   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                          4,178,249    3,899,231    3,879,240       3,939,240

Contributions to Other Funds -
   City Services
General Fund                          184,927      195,000       177,200         188,273   ___________
Lakeland Center                        18,275       21,000        15,600          18,000   ___________
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport        5,809        6,700         3,050
Parking System                          3,844        3,500         3,900           4,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                           212,855      226,200       199,750         210,273

   GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES             14,243,916   15,381,123   14,985,677      16,265,801
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience   Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year    For Year    2002-03           by             by
                                           2001-02     2002-03    Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONNEL
                                                       Current    Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                         Budget      Budget         Range
ADMINISTRATION
Assistant Director of Water Utilities                     1           1         5,414 - 7,618
Office Associate II                                       1           1         1,943 - 2,734

ENGINEERING
Water Utility Construction Coordinator                    1           1         4,677 -   6,580
Engineer III                                              1           2         4,040 -   5,684
Engineer II                                               1                     3,664 -   5,156
Engineering Technician IV                                 1           1         3,165 -   4,454
Water Utilities Line Construction Inspector               1           1         2,604 -   3,664
Engineering Technician II                                             1         2,604 -   3,664
Engineering Technician I                                  1           1         2,362 -   3,324
Drafting Technician III                                   1           1         2,250 -   3,165
Office Associate I                                        1           1         1,763 -   2,480

W. CARL DICKS PLANT
Manager of Wastewater Treatment                           1           1         3,664 -   5,156
Wastewater Plant Chief Operator                           1           1         3,015 -   4,242
Wastewater Equipment Mechanic III                         1           1         2,871 -   4,040
Electrical Technician                                     1           1         2,734 -   3,847
Wastewater Operator III                                   4           4         2,734 -   3,847
Wastewater Equipment Mechanic II                          5           5         2,362 -   3,324
Wastewater Operator II                                    6           6         2,362 -   3,324

NORTHSIDE PLANT
Wastewater Plant Chief Operator                           1           1         3,015 -   4,242
Wastewater Operator III                                   4           4         2,734 -   3,847
Wastewater Operator II                                    6           6         2,362 -   3,324
Operations Support Technician I                           1           1         1,763 -   2,480

PUMPING STATIONS
Pumping Station Supervisor                                1           1         3,015 -   4,242
Electrical Technician                                     1           1         2,734 -   3,847
Pumping Station Operator II                               3           3         2,250 -   3,165
Operations Support Technician III                         1           1         2,040 -   2,871
Pumping Station Operator I                                3           3         2,040 -   2,871
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                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience   Budget     Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year    For Year    2002-03           by             by
                                       2001-02     2002-03    Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                   Proposed   Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                      Budget     Budget         Range
SEWER MAINTENANCE
Manager of Wastewater Collections                     1           1         3,847 -   5,414
Collection System Supervisor                          1           1         3,165 -   4,454
Inspection & Sealing Technician                       2           2         2,871 -   4,040
Water Pipefitter II                                   3           3         2,250 -   3,165
Equipment Operator II                                 3           3         2,142 -   3,015
Water Pipefitter I                                    3           3         2,040 -   2,871
Operations Support Technician I                       3           3         1,763 -   2,480
Office Associate II                                   1           1         1,943 -   2,734

PRETREATMENT
Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator                   1           1         3,324 - 4,677
Industrial Pretreatment Technician                    2           2         2,250 - 3,165

LABORATORY
Wastewater Chemist                                    1           1         3,490 - 4,910
Laboratory Technician II                              3           3         2,362 - 3,324

WETLANDS MANAGEMENT
Environmental Scientist                                1          1         3,490 -   4,910
Environmental Technician III                           1          1         2,734 -   3,847
Environmental Technician I                             1          1         2,250 -   3,165
Operations Support Technician I                        1          1         1,763 -   2,480
  TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                           78         79



PART-TIME
Account Clerk IV                                      2           2
College Intern                                        1
DCT Student                                           1
Laboratory Technician II                              1           1
  TOTAL PART TIME EMPLOYEES                           5           3

CONTRACT EMPLOYEES
Construction Inspector                                1
Operations Support Technician I                       3           3
Custodian                                             1           1
Account Clerk (PT)                                    1           1
  TOTAL CONTRACT EMPLOYEES                            6           5
                                                                                                            137

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                                                                                     BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience       Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year        For Year       2002-03           by             by
                                          2001-02         2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission


The total operating & maintenance budget for the Wastewater Fund is proposed to be $16,261,801. This includes
proposed rate increases—8% for wastewater service charges and 20% for pretreatment surcharges. The revenue from
these increases will assist in two major projects: developing a new $5 million pretreatment plant and leasing new sludge
handling equipment which will assist in converting existing sludge from Class B to Class A standards, for which
Wastewater will incur additional operating expenses of $950,000 annually.

Two new employees are proposed for Wastewater:
 Conversion of one contract Engineer position to full-time regular status
 Transfer of a vacant position from the Water Department


A contribution to the General Fund of $1,550,000, which includes a $50,000 increase over the current FY03 contribution of
$1,500,000, is included in the proposed budget.
                                                                                WASTEWATER FUND
                                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                              ADJUSTED
                                                2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                               BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

REVENUES:
Impact Fee Collections                         1,450,000   1,052,736    1,152,736    1,152,736   1,152,736    1,202,736    1,202,736    1,202,736    1,202,736     1,202,736    1,202,736
Transfer from Operations-R&R                   2,050,000   2,100,000    2,175,000    2,225,000   2,300,000    2,350,000    2,400,000    2,450,000    2,550,000     2,625,000    2,625,000
Transfer from Operations-Capital Imp.            289,240     289,240      289,240      289,240     289,240      289,240      289,240      289,240      289,240       289,240      289,240
Contributions from Developers - R&R               75,000      75,000       75,000       75,000      75,000       75,000       75,000       75,000       75,000        75,000       75,000
Interest Earnings-R&R                             25,000      25,000       25,000       25,000      25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000        25,000       25,000
Interest Earnings-Impact Fees                     95,000      70,000       70,000       50,000      40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000        40,000       40,000
Interest Earnings-Capital Improvements            65,000      40,000       40,000       80,000      40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000       40,000        40,000       40,000
Proceeds from Issuance of LT Debt - R&R                                10,000,000
Proceeds from Issuance of LTDebt - Imp Fees    1,700,000                                                                                                          11,000,000   15,000,000
Unappropriated Surplus                         3,163,862   1,997,659     (242,091)   1,109,909    (433,091)    (368,391)    (358,091)    (283,091)    (143,091)    1,736,909     (293,091)

TOTAL REVENUES                                 8,913,102   5,649,635   13,584,885    5,006,885   3,488,885    3,653,585    3,713,885    3,838,885    4,078,885    17,033,885   19,003,885

EXPENSES:
COLLECTION SYSTEM:
Northeast Service Area Expansion                654,103
Rehabilitation Program                          231,957     800,000      800,000      800,000     800,000      900,000      950,000      950,000      950,000      1,000,000    1,000,000
Sewer Maintenance:
    Contractor Installed Liners                 400,000
    Contractor Cleaning & Televising            250,423
    City Performed Point Repairs                 77,501
    City Installed Short Liners                 100,000
DOT-Lakeland Highlands Road Widening             12,365
Replace George Jenkins - 8 Inch Forcemain        30,949
Rehab Return Force Main ARV Piping                6,800
Rehab Sewer Line @ Lynncrest & 98 S               1,087
Brookwood Line Extension                         11,756
Candyce Ave. Sewer Replacement                  147,576
Griffin Road Crossings                            9,669
Relocation Projects:
    Winterlake, US 98 - Reynolds                  4,367
    Wabash Ave @ New Tampa Ave                    8,250
    Harden Blvd - Pipkin to DraneField           75,000
    Griffin Rd @ Providence Rd                   50,000
Basin 19 Storm Work                              25,000
Intown Bypass Utility Accomodations Phase 1     102,801
US 92 and Combee Rd Intersection                 40,000
Memorial @ Lakeshore                             30,000
Drainfield Rd./ Airport Rd. to Florida Ave.      10,000
Dranefield Road Capacity Expansion              200,000
US 98 N./ Carpenters Way to Daughtery Rd.        35,000
Main St. / Lk. Mirror to Lk. Parker Dr.          25,000
Main St. / Lemon St. to Massachusetts Ave.       20,000
Lake Parker Ave US98 S to Memorial Blvd          50,000
I-4 Utilities Relocation                        393,615
I-4 Utilities Relocation - Oversizing           351,000
                                                                                                                                                                                             138
                                                                                         WASTEWATER FUND
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                                                     ADJUSTED
                                                       2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                      BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

Pipe Lay Down Area                                         27,000
Florida Treatt                                             93,145
Lakeland Highlands Road (City)                             25,000
DOT Project Griffin Rd. Kathleen Rd. to US.98             254,132
Upgrade Computer System in TV Truck                        10,000
Kathleen Road Gravity Sewer Addition                      135,000
Sewer Extension on Kathleen Rd.                           100,000
Telemetry System Upgrades                                  18,076       50,000     50,000      50,000                  50,000                  50,000                  50,000
WW Line Oversizing Projects - Developers                  100,000      100,000    100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000
Sikes Blvd./Lake Wire Dr. Lime to Kathleen                              40,000
Massachussetts Ave @ Memorial Blvd                                      15,000
Wabash Ave, US 92 to Memorial Blvd                                       5,000
System Capacity Augmentation                                         1,050,000
US 98 3rd Street to Griffin Road                                        30,000
Carlton Odor Control                                                    50,000
CR 540A Utility Relocation                                             120,000
English Oaks Forcemain                                                 200,000
US 98 N @ Griffin Road                                                             35,000
Other Construction Projects                                                        70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     250,000     250,000
Other Replacement Projects                                                         70,000      70,000      70,000      70,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     250,000     250,000
Memorial Blvd from I-4 to Wabash                                                               75,000
Highlands Monitoring Station                                                                   30,000
Lake Hollingsworth Monitoring System                                                           34,000
Relocation Edgewood Dr, Fl Ave to Harden Blvd                                                 100,000
Memorial Blvd./Wabash Avenue to CSX                                                            74,000
MLK and Tenth Street Utility Relocation                                                        50,000
Lake Parker Ave. Traffic Signals                                                               45,000
Intown Bypass Utility Accommodation                                                                       650,000
Collection System Monitoring                                                                                           45,000                              45,000
Undesignated Capacity Expansion                                                                                       100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000
Undesignated Utility Relocations                                                                                       50,000      50,000      50,000      50,000      50,000      50,000
Utility Relocates US 92 - Airport Rd. to Intown Bypass                                                                                         75,000
US 98S - CR 540 to SR 540 Utility Relocations                                                                                                  75,000

                    Sub-total                            4,116,572   2,460,000   1,125,000   1,498,000   1,690,000   1,385,000   1,500,000   1,700,000   1,545,000   1,800,000   1,750,000


PUMP STATIONS:
Replace Edgewater Beach Pump Station                       14,817
Replace Edgewater Beach # 2 Pump Station                   33,000
Veterans Park Lift Station                                  5,404
Replace Emma Street Pump Station                           61,581
Lake Hunter Pump Station Replacement                        8,688
Sandy Cove Pump Station Replacement                        37,221
Union Camp Pump Station Replacement                        10,846
Install Generator - Socrum Loop Lift Station               20,330
NS Pump Station - Replace VF Drives                        26,009
Waring Road Pump Station Access                            29,720
                                                                                                                                                                                             139
                                                                            WASTEWATER FUND
                                                                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                               ADJUSTED
                                                 2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

Publix Lift Station Flow Meter Replacement        10,000
Install Pumps & Generator - Cheverly Station      40,000
Effluent Pump Station Phase II Expansion         555,051
Northeast VFD Drive Air Conditioner                7,000
NW Pump Station Flow Meter Replacement            10,000                                                                       15,000
Airpark Lift Station Upgrades                     32,593
Villas III Pump Station Upgrade                   30,000
Tradewinds Odor Control                           40,000
Ariana Village Pump & Panel Replacement           37,800
Villas II Pumps and Panel                         30,000
Bentley Shores Pump Replacement                   12,000
Telemetry PLC Replacements                         8,000
NW Pump Station 3rd Pump                                     30,000
Install Generator - Interstate Lift Station                  30,000
Lagoon Rd. Pump Station Replacement                          12,000
Materials Storage Shed                                       50,000
Air Park Pump Station Panel and Pumps                        75,000
Heather Point Pumps and Panel                                          20,000
Peterson Park Pumps and Panel                                          30,000
Sandpiper Pumps and Panel                                              30,000
Interstate Pumps and Panel                                             40,000
Lakeland Harbor Pump Replacement                                       18,000
Canyon Lakes Pumps & Panel Replacement                                 30,000
Northeast Pump Station Flow Meter                                      10,000
Northside Flow Meter Replacement                                       10,000
Westside Flow Meter                                                    13,000
Generator for Lake Gibson                                                        50,000
Lakeside Hills Estates PS Pump Replacement                                       45,000
Lone Palm Emergency Generator Installation                                       45,000
Woodlake Cove PS Gen. & Pump Upgrade                                                      40,000
Interstate Bus Park 1 Pump & Panel Rplmt.                                                 50,000
Oak Street Pump Station Flow Meter                                                                   13,000
American Cyanamid Emer. Standby Gen. Install                                                         45,000
NE Pump Station Airconditioner Replacement                                                            5,000
Interstate Lanes PS Pumps & Panel Upgrade                                                            40,000
Wedgewood PS Pumps & Panel Replacement                                                               40,000
Providence Road PS Pump Replacement                                                                                  20,000
Northside Pump Station Upgrade.                                                                                               200,000
Generator Storage Shed                                                                                                                   50,000

                 Sub-total                      1,060,060   197,000   201,000   140,000   90,000    143,000          20,000   215,000    50,000

TREATMENT PLANTS:
Glendale:
 Sludge Thickener Upgrade                        213,029
 Improvements Phase I                              3,545
 Odor Control                                     35,200
 Capacity Analysis Report                         15,227
                                                                                                                                                            140
                                                                           WASTEWATER FUND
                                                                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                             ADJUSTED
                                               2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                              BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

 Removal of Debris from Aeration Basins         35,000
 Blower Building Maintenance Modifications      20,000
 Replace Flooring in Operator's Room             4,500
 Fourth PEW Pump                                25,000
 Sludge Pump Dry Well Rehab.                    15,000
 Retaining Wall Construction and Landscape     110,000   150,000
 Addition of 2nd Grit Scrubber                            25,000
 Inlet Screening System Upgrade                           80,000
 Replace RAS Pumps VFDs                                   15,000
 Replace Digester Building Air Conditioner                12,750
 Class A Sludge Stabilization                            500,000   5,000,000
 Rebuild Scum Pumps                                                   25,000
 Sludge Storage Capacity Expansion                                   100,000
 Replace Magnetic Flow Meters                                         40,000
 Gas Compressors Cap. Upgrade                                        225,000
 Replacement of Inlet Scrubber                                        20,000   175,000
 Upgrade of Intermediate PS Controls                                            10,000   190,000
 Controls                                                                                          100,000
 Chlorine Building Containment                                                                     300,000
 Replacement of Scum Pumping Equipment                                                                       100,000
 Laboratory Atomic Absorption Replacement                                                                     75,000
 Replacement of Clarifier Drive Mechanisms                                                                             400,000
 Replace Reuse Station Gen. & Switch Gear                                                                                        200,000
 Re-Use Basin A Bypass                                                                                                           325,000
 Laboratory Fume Hoods Replacement                                                                                                60,000
 Replacement of Sludge Pumping Equipment                                                                                          85,000
 Replacement of Magnetic Flow Meters                                                                                              50,000
 Plant Painting                                                                                                                              275,000
 Replacement of Boiler                                                                                                                       350,000
 Laboratory Nutrient Analyzer Replacement                                                                                                     40,000
 Engineering for Capacity Increase                                                                                                         1,200,000
 Climber Screen Replacement                                                                                                                               120,000
 Repair and Repave Service Roads                                                                                                                           60,000
 Additional Treatment Capacity                                                                                                                         15,000,000
Northside:
 Capacity Analysis Report                       17,504
 Walkway Repairs                                10,000
 Inc. Pump Capacity - Bypass Pump #4           100,000
 Replace Electric Room 2 AC Unit                 6,000
 Replacement of Carpeting in Op. Building        3,500
 Upgrade Air Conditioner                         2,768
 Replace Pretreatment Scrubber                            20,000    100,000
 Repair of Surface Aerator                                           50,000
 Rehab. Of Pretreatment Structure                                    50,000
 Second CROM Tank                                                              700,000
 Fourth ATAD Tank                                                              680,000
 Controls                                                                                           75,000
 Replacement of Magnetic Flowmeters.                                                                          40,000
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                                                                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                 ADJUSTED
                                                   2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                  BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

 Chlorine Building Containment                                                                                        250,000
 Additional Treatment Capacity                                                                                                                      11,000,000
 Engineering For Plant Expansion                                                                                                                       800,000
 Repair and Repave Roads                                                                                                                                            55,000
 Facility Painting                                                                                                                                                 250,000
Westside:
 Westside Area Roughing Plant                                 500,000
 Westside Area Roughing Plant                                             4,500,000

                   Sub-total                       616,273   1,302,750   10,110,000   1,565,000   190,000   475,000   465,000   400,000   720,000   13,665,000   15,485,000

WETLANDS:
Wetlands Aeration Manifold Replacement              10,000
Effluent Filtration                                400,000
Rehab of Stop Gates - Control Structures 8 & 9      27,000
Structure Damming System                            25,000
Wetlands Blower                                                25,000
Tow Drain and Blowers Generators                               75,000
Wetlands Berm Clearing                                                     100,000
Building Upgrades                                                           85,000
Wetlands West Boundry Fence                                                 75,000      75,000
Mosquito Habitat Abatement                                                              30,000
Replace Aeration Diffuser Array                                                                              35,700
Replacement of Stop Gates                                                                                    56,000
Piping of Effluent Ditch                                                                                              150,000
Distribution Ditch Rehabilitation                                                                                               200,000

                   Sub-total                       462,000    100,000      260,000     105,000               91,700   150,000   200,000
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                                                     ADJUSTED
                                                       2003    2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                      BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

MISCELLANEOUS:
Debt Service-Impact Fees                              1,147,735   1,052,736    1,052,736   1,052,736   1,052,736   1,052,736   1,052,736   1,052,736   1,052,736    1,052,736    1,052,736
Wastewater Structures ID & Inspection                    58,500
Skyview Utility System                                  107,040
Sanitary Sewer Inventory Conversion                      70,000    100,000      100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000     100,000      100,000      100,000
Inpection of Developer-Financed Projects                 57,683     40,000       40,000      40,000      40,000      40,000      40,000      40,000      40,000       40,000       40,000
Cataloging (Permits, Easements & Svc Agreements)         20,000     20,000       20,000      20,000
Equipment                                               171,865    121,000      150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000      150,000      150,000
Equipment-noncapital                                      1,900
Pretreatment Building Remodeling                         42,000
Refund of Impact fees                                   300,132                 350,000
Contingency-Impact Fees                                 302,265
Contingency                                             150,000     80,000      150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000      150,000      150,000
Wireless Data System (DTNET)                              8,532
Automated Call-Out System                                   630
Work Management Information System                       75,836
Radio Replacement - repayment of FY 2000 purchases        8,631     19,849       19,849      19,849      19,849      19,849      19,849      19,849      19,849       19,849       19,849
Security Enhancements                                    38,065                              80,000                              80,000
GIS Implementation                                        1,383
Annual Report                                             6,000      6,300         6,300      6,300       6,300       6,300       6,300       6,300       6,300         6,300        6,300
Employee Parking at Glendale                             30,000
Asset Catalog                                            35,000
Inventory Bar Coding System                              25,000
Transfer to Fleet Management Fund                                   70,000
Parking improvements at Glendale WRF                                30,000
Maximo Phase II Implementation                                      50,000
Local Limits Headworks Study                                                                 80,000                                                      80,000
Video Conversion Catalog                                                                                             40,000
Wastewater Building Expansion                                                                                                                                                     250,000

                     Sub-total                        2,658,197   1,589,885    1,888,885   1,698,885   1,518,885   1,558,885   1,598,885   1,518,885   1,598,885    1,518,885    1,768,885

TOTAL EXPENSES                                        8,913,102   5,649,635   13,584,885   5,006,885   3,488,885   3,653,585   3,713,885   3,838,885   4,078,885   17,033,885   19,003,885

ENDING CASH BALANCES:
IMPACT FEES                                           1,550,093   1,250,093      605,093    615,093     615,093     565,093      515,093     465,093     415,093     365,093      315,093
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ACCOUNT                          1,990,517     769,757    1,098,997     88,237     417,477     746,717    1,075,957   1,405,197   1,734,437      63,677      392,917
RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT                                 555,612      78,713      636,564    527,415     631,266     760,417      839,268     843,119     706,970     690,821      704,672

TOTAL CASH BALANCES                                   4,096,222   2,098,563    2,340,654   1,230,745   1,663,836   2,072,227   2,430,318   2,713,409   2,856,500    1,119,591    1,412,682
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WATER
        CITY OF LAKELAND
             Water Fund Revenues
               Fiscal Year 2004



Charges for Services
   $19,461,017




                                             Impact Fees
                                              $1,000,000




                                    Other Income
                                     $1,054,500

                       Prior Year
                       Surplus
                       $6,129,853




           Total = $27,645,370
        CITY OF LAKELAND
              Water Fund Expenses
                Fiscal Year 2004




   Transfers to
   Other Funds                Water Production
   $3,238,100                   $3,451,209
                                                   Water
                                                 Distribution
                                                 $2,038,886



                                                        Customer
                                                        Accounting
                                                        $770,053




                                                       Administration
                                                        $1,921,182




                                                 Debt Service
                                                  $4,373,676



  Capital
  Outlay
$11,852,264




              Total = $27,645,370
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                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience      Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year      For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                        2001-02       2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

REVENUES                                     CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Water Utility Revenues
Charges for Services:
 Water Sales                            15,248,959    16,300,000    14,288,025     17,390,191 ___________
 Hydrants                                  360,044                     350,000        381,000 ___________
 Fire Protection                           214,095                     225,000        245,000 ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                             15,823,098    16,300,000    14,863,025     18,016,191

Sales to Public Authorities/Intra-City Sales
General Fund                                367,445     641,119       690,725        710,100    ___________
Fleet Management                              1,154         789         1,150          1,300    ___________
Purchasing and Stores                         3,708       1,990         1,200          2,700    ___________
Cleveland Heights Golf Course                14,373      18,164        19,000         19,200    ___________
Parking System                                4,457       3,236         3,200          4,200    ___________
Lakeland Center                              24,311      23,741        22,900         23,800    ___________
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport             10,420       4,876        10,000          9,500    ___________
Lakeland Airside Center                      20,380      17,284        15,400         19,200    ___________
Solid Waste Management                        2,791       2,535         3,000          3,126    ___________
Wastewater                                   17,350      15,128        20,400         21,000    ___________
Water                                           695         228           600            700    ___________
Electric Utility                            209,294     185,000       174,400        185,000    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                676,378      914,090       961,975        999,826

Other Water Operating Revenues
Forfeited Discount/Penalty Charges          90,739      160,000        80,000         80,000    ___________
Bad Check Charges                            8,221        7,500         8,000          8,000    ___________
Connection Fees-Delinquent Accounts        104,124                    120,000        100,000    ___________
All Other Revenue                            8,602                      6,000          6,000    ___________
Commission                                     994                      1,000          1,000    ___________
Service Cut-on Fees                        221,689      190,000       250,000        250,000    ___________
Damage Reimbursements                                                 325,000
Scrap sales                                    103                        100
All Other Reimbursements & Recoverie           200                      2,000
EPA - Vulnerability Assessment Study                    115,000       115,000

  SUB-TOTAL                                434,672      472,500       907,100        445,000

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES              16,934,148    17,686,590    16,732,100     19,461,017
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                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                  Experience     Budget       Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                   For Year     For Year       2002-03           by             by
                                   2001-02      2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission



                                      MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments:
   Revenue Fund                       78,950      100,000         35,000         35,000     ___________
   Debt Service Reserve               76,336      161,000        161,000        160,000     ___________
   Debt Service Sinking Funds         38,836       42,000         42,000         40,000     ___________
   Meter Deposit Fund                  9,703        7,000          9,500          9,500     ___________

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE          203,825      310,000        247,500        244,500

                                   TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS
Transfer from Impact Fee Fund                   850,000    850,000              850,000 ___________

   PRIOR YEARS SURPLUS               538,833      (534,568)      225,668      (1,511,314)

   GRAND TOTAL REVENUES            17,676,806   18,312,022     18,055,268     19,044,203
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                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience    Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                      2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

EXPENSES                                  WATER ADMINISTRATION

PERSONAL SERVICES                        13,248     198,926      224,313       188,314    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Auto Allowance                            1,886       4,800        4,800         4,800    ___________
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy         37,290      26,834       26,834        34,783    ___________
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               1,988       3,444        3,444         1,727    ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               556         609          609           395    ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment            894       1,014        1,014           375    ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                183         800          800           800    ___________
Insurance - Fire                         29,614      49,611       49,611        81,054    ___________
Insurance - Position Bond                   561         935          935           801    ___________
Insurance - Data Processing                 150         180          180           186    ___________
Self Insurance                           64,468      63,637       63,637       195,411    ___________
Purchasing & Stores Service             104,797      96,764       96,764        84,890    ___________
General Fund Services                   586,150     575,436      575,436       589,611    ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental        9,096      10,331       10,331        11,000    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone            1,364       1,981        1,981         1,758    ___________
Contractual Services                                  4,000        4,000         4,000    ___________
Banking Service                           6,085       5,000        6,000         7,050    ___________
Professional Services                     7,048       5,000        5,000         5,000    ___________
Insurance Consultant                      1,075       1,639        1,639         2,438    ___________
Annual Audit                             10,033      15,057       15,057        10,576    ___________
Temporary Contract Labor                    344
Office Supplies                           1,541       2,000        2,000         2,000    ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                      811
All Other Materials & Supplies            3,084       3,000        3,000         3,000    ___________
Personal Safety Equipment                               150          150           150    ___________
Materials                                    30       1,300        1,300         1,300    ___________
Repair Of Equipment                                   2,000        2,000         2,500    ___________
Postage & Mailing                                       100          100           100    ___________
Subscription & Membership                13,452      13,660       13,660        13,690    ___________
Telephone, Communications                   430         500          500           372    ___________
Travel                                    2,264       3,000        3,000         6,200    ___________
Contingency                                          17,100       17,100        17,100    ___________
Training                                    884       1,000        1,000         1,000    ___________
Software License & Maintenance            6,205       1,100        6,200         1,100    ___________
Licenses & Permits                        3,686
Bad Debt Expense                         95,874                   40,000        27,789    ___________
Telephone-Long Distance                      91         150          150           150    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                            991,934     912,132      958,232      1,113,106
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                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS/COST ALLOCATIONS
EPA - Water Plant Vulnerability Assessment              115,000       115,000
Skyview Utility System                                   38,000        38,000                   ___________
Water Billing Services                     695,098      750,000       750,000        771,277    ___________
Annual Maintenance of MAXIMO                             12,900        12,900         17,000    ___________
Water Support of COL-Training-Parker            135       1,000         1,000          1,000    ___________
Salaries Students                            16,545       7,786         7,786         20,659    ___________
Water Support of GIS                                     25,000        25,000         12,750    ___________
School Program Materials                      3,312       3,500         3,500          3,500    ___________
Water Conservation Enforcement                  445      10,000        10,000         10,000    ___________
Bond Holders Report                           6,624       2,376         2,376          6,500    ___________
Water Conservation Plan - Rates DIv           2,331       3,011         3,011          2,612    ___________
Water Cost of Service - Rates Div                61         790           790            772    ___________
Water Forecast - Rates Div                   12,966      11,876        11,876         13,021    ___________
Water Rate Survey - Rates Div                 1,132       1,130         1,130          1,136    ___________
Water Rates - Rates Div                         445       3,327         3,327          3,349    ___________
Water Revenue Forecast (Budget) - Ra          1,655       1,227         1,227          1,360    ___________
Water Revenue Forecast (Longterm) -              39         192           192            193    ___________
Water Customer Statistics - Rates Div         2,290       1,427         1,427          1,983    ___________
Master Meter Updating - Rates Div             2,628       3,408         3,408          3,102    ___________
Data Book Updating - Rates Div                  620       1,020         1,020            661    ___________
Other Water Projects and Recoveries           1,516       4,807         4,807          4,562    ___________
CROW Retainer Work (ROW)                        88       27,440        27,440         21,000    ___________
Water Environmental Affairs                 20,002       22,500        22,500         22,500    ___________
Water Building Maintenance Support         129,000      161,680       161,680        161,000    ___________
Water Impact Fee Study                                                                25,000    ___________
MAXIMO - Oracle Database Licensing                                                     2,100    ___________

   TOTAL WATER ADMIN                      2,008,825    2,334,515     2,405,942      2,408,457
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                               WATER ENGINEERING

PERSONAL SERVICES                          160,350     196,355      214,948       201,307   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                              7,620
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                            3,368
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                         2,833
Intra-Departmental Charges - Compute        26,992      27,956       27,956        21,359   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges-Radios            1,620       3,152        3,152         2,700   ___________
Contractual Services                           381
Engineering - Basic                                      5,000        5,000         5,000   ___________
Repair Of Equipment                            472                    1,000         1,000   ___________
Advertising                                                500          500           500   ___________
Contract Labor                               3,348       2,000        8,000         5,000   ___________
Office Supplies                              2,967       3,000        3,000         3,000   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                       1,072         600          600           600   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies                 745       2,000        2,000         2,000   ___________
Tools & Implements                             567         500          500           500   ___________
Personal Safety Equipment                      173         150          150           150   ___________
Materials                                                  150          150           150   ___________
Materials-Non Taxable                           58
Postage & Mailing                               32         300          300           300   ___________
Telephone, Communications                    2,788         382          382           282   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                           2,931        2,931         2,931   ___________
Training                                       525       1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________
Telephone-Long Distance                        332         500          500           500   ___________
Licenses and Permits                           700       1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                         409       1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                43,181      65,942       59,121        48,972

Subdv. & Comm. Dev. Cap. Proj.                 400
Water Customer Statistics - Rates Div           89
Technical Training                                       2,500        2,500         2,500   ___________
Wastewater Project Support                  27,274      30,000       30,000        30,000   ___________

  TOTAL WATER ENGINEERING                  231,294     294,797      306,569       282,779
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience    Budget     Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                          WATER PRODUCTION - GENERAL

PERSONAL SERVICES                          903,693     975,761      977,024      1,225,920 ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  5,706       7,091        7,091         7,112    ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                1,049       1,297        2,000         1,049    ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               771       6,000        3,000           496    ___________
Water Utility Service                          695         515          550           700    ___________
Stormwater Utility Fee                         435         750          850         1,010    ___________
Electric Utility Service                   805,662     793,150      699,000       853,700    ___________
Wastewater Services                            706         800          700           735    ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental          10,257      12,208       12,208        12,347    ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephon        1,831       3,566        3,566         3,987    ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios          2,314       2,477        2,477         2,475    ___________
Contractual Services                        14,455      50,545       51,630        50,560    ___________
Advertising                                              1,000                      1,000    ___________
Solid Waste Removal                          1,340       1,400        1,450         1,600    ___________
Office Supplies                              3,996       5,000        4,000         5,000    ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                                     150          300         1,000    ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               2,170       3,450        3,450         3,600    ___________
Uniforms                                     4,123       5,000        5,000         6,500    ___________
Tools & Implements                           1,141       1,800        1,800         2,000    ___________
Electrical, Hardware & Plumbing Suppl          812         800        1,200           800    ___________
Personal Safety Equipment                      417       1,900        1,200         1,200    ___________
Parts For Equipment                          4,682       4,300        4,300         3,900    ___________
Materials                                   17,879      25,000       25,000        25,000    ___________
Materials-Non Taxable                        2,638
Use Tax Allocation                                                                    132    ___________
#2 Oil                                       3,129       3,200        3,200         3,000    ___________
Rentals                                        817       1,200        1,200         2,000    ___________
Repair Of Equipment                                      4,000        4,000         4,000    ___________
Postage & Mailing                              229         200          200           300    ___________
Telephone, Communications                    5,888       6,394        7,900         8,778    ___________
Contingency                                    528      11,000       10,000        12,200    ___________
Telephone-Long Distance                        162         200          200           220    ___________
Licenses & Permits                                       2,500        2,500         2,500    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 893,832     956,893      859,972      1,018,901
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                      2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS/COST ALLOCATIONS
Recruitment                            405               400           400            400    ___________
PICS Expendables                     3,742             5,000         5,500          5,500    ___________
Painting Of Structures              11,750             2,000         2,000          5,000    ___________
Electric System Inspection           1,599             6,000                        1,600    ___________
Emergency Generator Service         15,002            14,103        14,103          8,000    ___________
Repair Of Limitorque Valves            195             3,000         1,500          1,500    ___________
Water Title V Sec 112 Risk Manageme    134             9,000         3,000          3,000    ___________
Contractual Water Plant O & M       51,993            69,117        69,117         35,000    ___________
Encore Construction Litigation      14,902            40,000        40,000
Technical Training-Water Production                    2,000         2,000          2,000 ___________
Water Plant Security                68,882            89,000        97,000         89,000 ___________
GE Operations Software Maintenance  32,781            34,000        34,000         34,000 ___________
Water Plant Admin Remediation                         18,000        18,000
Consumer Confidence Report           1,919             2,500         2,000          2,000 ___________
Repair and Replace Roof             36,540

TOTAL WATER PROD-GENERAL               2,037,369    2,226,774     2,125,616      2,431,821

                                              WATER PUMPING
Pumping Op-Fuel Or Power For Pumpi        8,927      10,850          5,000         10,800 ___________
NE Wellfield Monitoring                  28,579       30,000        31,000         31,000    ___________
Maintenance Of NE Wellfield               9,500       15,000        15,000         15,000    ___________
Well Preventative Maintenance            87,705       60,000        60,000         63,000    ___________
Emergency Well Maintenance                6,367       18,000        18,000         18,000    ___________
Repumping - Pumping Op-Fuel Or Pow       51,258       57,000        46,400         50,500    ___________

 TOTAL WATER PUMPING                    192,336      190,850       175,400        188,300
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                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                    2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                           WATER TREATMENT

PERSONAL SERVICES                     262,973      221,360       247,647        225,432 ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment             6,240                      6,200          8,341    ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment           1,754                      1,000          1,754    ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment        3,400                      2,500          3,536    ___________
Electric Utility Service              149,275      145,000       123,400        162,100    ___________
Contractual Services                    4,020        9,800        13,000          9,800    ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                     46          750           500            500    ___________
Chemicals                             284,531      300,000       300,000        300,000    ___________
Tools & Implements                      1,401        1,800         1,800          1,800    ___________
Parts For Equipment                    31,892       25,000        25,000         28,000    ___________
Materials                              21,417       32,000        32,000         35,000    ___________
Materials-Non Taxable                  11,653
Licenses & Permits                      2,525         1,000        1,525          2,525 ___________
Rentals                                               1,000        1,000          1,000 ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                            518,154      516,350       507,925        554,356

Mandatory Certification Require         5,246        9,900         9,900          9,900    ___________
Caco3 Transport                        26,597       28,000        26,000         26,000    ___________
Cleaning Of Upflow Internals                         9,900         9,900          9,900    ___________
Outside Laboratory Services             2,038        4,500         3,000          4,000    ___________
Maximo - Oracle Database License                                                  1,500    ___________

 TOTAL WATER TREATMENT                815,008      790,010       804,372        831,088

 TOTAL WATER PRODUCTION              3,044,713    3,207,634     3,105,388      3,451,209
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                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience      Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year      For Year      2002-03          by             by
                                         2001-02       2002-03      Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                              WATER T&D - GENERAL

PERSONAL SERVICES                          675,336       656,473       737,746       701,934 ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                  6,533        10,441        10,441         8,644 ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                2,490         4,027         4,000         3,726 ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment             2,000         7,422         7,000         9,173 ___________
Stormwater Utility Fees                                       40
General Fund Services                           59
Other City Department Charges                   60                       1,000         1,000   ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental          19,852        23,814        22,000        21,667   ___________
Lakeland Electric Charges- Dispatch                       12,000        25,284        25,724   ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios          9,260        10,582        10,582        11,025   ___________
Contractual Services                            95
Professional Services                          201                       1,500         1,500   ___________
Interdepartmental Solid Waste Service                       1,450        1,450         1,600   ___________
Contract Labor                               4,570          6,000        5,200         5,500   ___________
Office Supplies                              7,235          6,500        6,500         6,500   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                         318          5,000        5,000         5,000   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies                 907          1,500        1,500         1,500   ___________
Uniforms                                     7,776          7,500        7,000         7,500   ___________
Tools & Implements                           9,476          6,000        6,000         6,500   ___________
Personal Safety Equipment                    3,330          3,000        2,500         3,000   ___________
Parts For Equipment                          2,803          3,800        3,000         3,500   ___________
Materials                                    4,694          3,300        3,000         3,300   ___________
Materials-Non Taxable                          132                         200           500   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                                                             21,200   ___________
Repair Of Equipment                             499         5,000          500         5,000   ___________
Telephone, Communications                     1,123                        600         1,200   ___________
Travel                                           46         1,000        1,000         1,850   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone                4,150         5,000        5,000         5,628   ___________
Telephone-Long Distance                         160           381          240           400   ___________
Licenses & Permits - CSX                      2,049         3,000        3,000         3,000   ___________
Recoveries-From Outside City                 (1,735)

   SUB-TOTAL                                88,083       126,757       133,497       165,137
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                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                 For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                 2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS/COST ALLOCATIONS
Services                            174,667     178,900       163,900        176,300    ___________
Mains                               112,065     171,300       170,600        173,500    ___________
Hydrants                             17,674      27,850        17,240         25,600    ___________
Medical Asbestos Screening            4,702       6,300         6,300          6,300    ___________
A/C Pipe Handling Training            2,957      13,710        11,300         12,000    ___________
Skills Training                       4,964       8,000         7,900         10,400    ___________
Disposal/Dumping Fees                                                          2,500    ___________
Equipment Maintenance                 2,325       5,000         4,500          5,000    ___________
Sunshine One-Call Locates           104,078     113,850       109,650        112,450    ___________
Leak Detection/Main Repair            8,291      10,930        13,300         19,150    ___________
Valve Maintenance Program               435       9,020         4,220         15,420    ___________
Hydrant Maintenance Program          29,007      52,020        35,210         51,810    ___________
City Parks & Rec Maintenance Suppor   1,753       4,000         3,150          3,980    ___________
Traffic Control Support O&M                      15,000        15,000         18,000    ___________
Horizon Construction Litigation                     200
Maximo - Oracle Database License                                               1,995 ___________

TOTAL WATER T & D - GENERAL       1,239,501    1,399,310     1,433,513      1,501,476
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience      Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year      For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                      2001-02       2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                            WATER T&D - METERS

PERSONAL SERVICES                       257,711       195,720       222,730        197,760 ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment              14,882        14,000        12,500         13,000    ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment             9,053         9,000        11,000         11,000    ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment          5,040         6,000         3,000          4,000    ___________
Damage Claims Paid                          246                         100            100    ___________
Other City Department Charges               169         1,500         1,500          1,500    ___________
Contract Labor                            6,800        15,000        15,000         15,000    ___________
Office Supplies                             369           750           750            750    ___________
Equipment-noncapital                        103         1,000         1,000          1,000    ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies              152           100           250            250    ___________
Uniforms                                  5,570         4,000         3,000          3,600    ___________
Tools & Implements                       13,056         8,000         7,900          8,000    ___________
Personal Safety Equipment                 1,021         1,000         1,000          1,000    ___________
Parts For Equipment                       4,334        15,000         7,500         10,000    ___________
Materials                                32,920        25,000        35,000         35,000    ___________
Materials-Non Taxable                    13,234
Rentals                                                    500          500             500 ___________
Repair Of Equipment                           41         3,000                        3,000 ___________
Recoveries-From Outside City                (825)
Construction Advances                     (3,954)

   SUB-TOTAL                            102,211       103,850       100,000        107,700

Rebuild Water Meters                    105,826       140,740       124,190        134,740

   TOTAL T & D - METERS                 466,382       441,510       446,920        440,200

Water T&D-Cross Connection Control
 - Backflow Prevention                   92,303       103,410        93,738         97,210 ___________

Polk City Maintenance Fund               12,974        24,000

   TOTAL WATER T & D                   1,797,996     1,968,230     1,974,171      2,038,886

Total Operating Expenses               7,082,828     7,805,176     7,792,070      8,181,330
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                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year     For Year      2002-03           by             by
                                        2001-02      2002-03      Estimated     City Manager City Commission

Debt Service and Other Expenses
Interest on Long Term Debt               2,449,115    3,255,776     3,214,775      3,174,176   ___________
Principal on Long-Term Debt              1,974,083    1,119,000     1,160,000      1,190,000   ___________
Interest Paid on Customer Deposits           9,703        7,000         9,500          9,500   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                             4,432,901    4,381,776     4,384,275      4,373,676

Contributions to Other Funds
Transfer To General Fund                 2,250,000    2,300,000     2,300,000      2,500,000   ___________
Transfer To Fleet Mgmt Reserve              89,340          -
Transfer to Public Improvement Fund                      26,098        26,098        26,098
Transfer to Water Res for Expansion      1,025,000    1,050,000     1,050,000
Transfer to Water Renewal and Replac     2,050,000    2,076,000     1,776,000      3,225,000   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                             5,414,340    5,452,098     5,152,098      5,751,098

Contributions to Other Funds-City Services
Contrib UT Service-General Fund          707,549       641,119       690,725        710,100    ___________
Contrib UT Service-Lkld Center            24,311         3,236        22,900         23,800    ___________
Contrib UT Service-Lkld Airport           10,420         4,876        10,000
Contrib UT Service-Parking System          4,457        23,741         3,200           4,200   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                              746,737      672,972       726,825        738,100

TOTAL EXPENSES                          17,676,806   18,312,022    18,055,268     19,044,203
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience    Budget    Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year    For Year    2002-03          by             by
                                          2001-02     2002-03    Estimated    City Manager City Commission




PERSONNEL
                                                      Current    Proposed       Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                        Budget      Budget        Range
ADMINISTRATION
Director Of Water Utilities                              1           1        5,684 -   7,998
Assistant Director of Water Utilities                    1           1        5,414 -   7,618
Computer Applications Specialist                         1           1        3,324 -   4,677
Administrative Assistant                                 1           1        2,142 -   3,015

ENGINEERING
Engineer III                                             1           1        4,040 -   5,684
Engineer I                                               2           2        3,324 -   4,677
Engineering Technician II                                3           4        2,604 -   3,664
GIS Technician II                                        1                    2,604 -   3,664
Water Utilities Line Construction Inspector              2           2        2,604 -   3,664
Office Associate II                                      1           1        1,943 -   2,734

PRODUCTION
Manager Of Water Production                              1            1       3,847 -   5,414
Water Chemist                                            1            1       3,490 -   4,910
Chief Water Plant Operator                               1            2       3,324 -   4,677
Programmer II                                            1            1       3,324 -   4,677
Water Plant Supervisor                                   6            6       3,015 -   4,242
Water Plant Operator II                                  8           12       2,362 -   3,324
Water Plant Mechanic II                                  1            1       2,362 -   3,324
Office Associate II                                      1            1       1,943 -   2,734
Operations Support Technician I                          1            1       1,763 -   2,480
                                                                                                               157

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                                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience        Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year        For Year        2002-03           by             by
                                          2001-02         2002-03        Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                          Proposed        Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                             Budget          Budget         Range
DISTRIBUTION
Manager Of Water Distribution                                1                 1        3,847 -   5,414
Water Distribution Supervisor                                2                 2        3,324 -   4,677
Engineering Technician III                                   1                 1        2,871 -   4,040
Materials Planner                                            1                 1        2,871 -   4,040
Water Meter Repairer Foreman                                 1                 1        2,734 -   3,847
Water Pipefitter Foreman                                     6                 6        2,734 -   3,847
Engineering Technician II                                    1                 1        2,604 -   3,664
Engineering Technician I                                     1                 1        2,362 -   3,324
Water Meter Repairer II                                      8                11        2,250 -   3,165
Water Pipefitter II                                          15               18        2,250 -   3,165
Account Clerk IV                                             1                 1        2,142 -   3,015
Water Meter Repairer I                                       3                          2,040 -   2,871
Water Pipefitter I                                           4                          2,040 -   2,871
Account Clerk III                                            1                1         1,943 -   2,734
Office Associate II                                          1                1         1,943 -   2,734
Traffic Control Technician                                   4                4         1,679 -   2,362
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   86              90

PART-TIME
 CBE/DCT Student                                              1               1
 Co-op Student                                                1               1
TOTAL PART TIME EMPLOYEES                                     2               2

CONTRACT EMPLOYEES
Water Pipefitter I                                            3               3
Instrument Control Technician I                               1               1
Engineering Technician II                                     2               2
TOTAL CONTRACT EMPLOYEES                                      6               6


The operations and maintenance budget for the Water Utility Fund is proposed to be $19 million for FY04. The proposed
budget includes a $2,500,000 contribution to the General Fund, an increase of $200,000 over the current fiscal year. A
proposed rate increase of 9% is included in the Water Utility Fund, and the inverted block rates for water are proposed to be
restructured to provide a more stable revenue stream that is less susceptible to weather changes. The structure of
commercial charges will also be evaluated.


The new Water Plant has been bid and will cost approximately $18 million to construct. Five new employees are included in
the proposed budget for the plant which is scheduled to be completed in fall 2004. One vacant position will transfer to the
Wastewater Division.
                                                                                         WATER SYSTEM
                                                                                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                  ADJUSTED
                                                    2003         2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                   BUDGET      PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Impact Fee Collections                               975,000    1,000,000   1,000,000    1,000,000     1,000,000   1,000,000   1,000,000   1,000,000     1,000,000     1,000,000     1,000,000
Transfer from Operations-R&R                       2,100,000    2,150,000   2,200,000    2,200,000     2,200,000   2,300,000   2,300,000   2,300,000     2,300,000     2,300,000     2,300,000
Transfer from Operations-R&R (formerly Res Exp)    1,050,000    1,075,000   1,100,000    1,100,000     1,100,000   1,000,000   1,000,000   1,000,000     1,000,000     1,000,000     1,000,000
Interest Earnings-Impact Fees                        245,000       50,000      90,000      140,000       140,000     140,000     140,000     140,000       140,000       140,000       140,000
Interest Earnings-Renewal and Replacement            200,000      160,000     180,000      200,000       200,000     200,000     200,000     200,000       200,000       200,000       200,000
Interest Earnings-Reserve for Expansion              280,000      110,000     160,000      220,000       220,000     220,000     220,000     220,000       220,000       220,000       220,000
Interest Earnings-Bond Fund                          560,000      490,000
Unappropriated Surplus                            31,022,860    7,641,167    (871,877)   (1,115,650)    384,970    (665,239)   (124,830)   (1,886,798)   (1,521,630)   (1,936,305)   (1,902,295)

TOTAL REVENUES                                    36,432,860   12,676,167   3,858,123    3,744,350     5,244,970   4,194,761   4,735,170   2,973,202     3,338,370     2,923,695     2,957,705

RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT FUND PROJECTS
PRODUCTION:
Tools & Equipment                    26,000                        28,000     28,000        30,000       30,000      32,000      32,000       34,000        34,000        36,000        36,000
PICS Capital Equipment                8,000                         8,000      2,000         2,000        2,000       2,000       2,000        2,000         2,000         2,000         2,000
Equipment Replacement                93,301                        90,000     90,000        90,000       90,000      90,000      90,000       90,000        90,000        90,000        90,000
Other Production Projects            75,000                        75,000     75,000        75,000       75,000      75,000      75,000       75,000        75,000        75,000        75,000
Water Plant Entrance                 23,990
Security Enhancements                 9,341
Upflow Unit Overhaul (Unit 1 & 2)    35,000                       300,000                  300,000
Security Enhancements                                             100,000    100,000
Northwest Plant Upgrades                                          100,000    150,000       100,000      100,000     100,000     100,000      100,000       100,000       100,000       100,000
Lab Rennovation                                                              250,000
Sludge Thickener Unit Overhaul                                                              75,000
PICS System Replacement                                                                    150,000      950,000
Overhaul and Rehab of HS & B/T Pumps                                                                                120,000     180,000       60,000
Chlorine Building Improvements                                                                                      300,000

                   Sub-total                        270,632       701,000    695,000       822,000     1,247,000    719,000     479,000      361,000       301,000       303,000       303,000


BOND FUND PROJECTS
PRODUCTION:
Northwest Plant Upgrades                             600,000
Upgrade Filter #1,2,3                                 46,875
Northwest Pump Station                               180,660
Highlands Tank Fill                                  346,494
Northwest Plant Reliability                          163,685
Project Management/Administration                  1,037,500
Northeast Water Treatment Plant                   12,000,000    6,000,000

                   Sub-total                      14,375,214    6,000,000

IMPACT FEE PROJECTS
TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION:
FDOT US98 South Widening                            296,354
Polk County Road Improvements                       240,918       270,000    170,000       170,000      170,000     170,000     170,000      170,000       170,000       170,000       170,000
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Medulla Road Extension                              100,000       200,000    200,000
                                                                                      WATER SYSTEM
                                                                                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                  ADJUSTED
                                                    2003         2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                   BUDGET      PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Mcintosh Access Rd. To Bob Rawls Rd                  400,000
540A Widening                                                     950,000
Galloway Rd - Discount Auto north                                            45,000
Hwy 33 Trans Line Improv - 16"                                              370,000
Northwest Loop Phase 8                                                                 216,000
540A Widening - US 98S to Lkld Highlands                                                72,000
SR563 (MLK Blvd) - 2nd St to US 98                                                      27,000
In Town Bypass - Phase II                                                                         600,000
Old Polk City Rd - West to Moore                                                                  315,000
Hamilton Road Loop - Ph 1                                                                         180,000
NE Water Trans Lines (Mt. Olive)                                                                  135,000
Hamilton Road Loop - Ph 2                                                                                    225,000
Lkld Highlands Rd Widening - Parkway south                                                                   405,000
US 98 Intertie to Polk Co Utils                                                                                         135,000
Bartow Tie                                                                                                              340,000
NE Supplemental Pumps & Electrical                                                                                      720,000
Harden Blvd - N/S Route - 36" Relocate                                                                                  626,000
US 98 - Highland City Widen - SR 540 to CR 540A                                                                                     90,000
Williams Tie South - 20"                                                                                                                     450,000

                   Sub-total                       1,037,272    1,420,000   785,000    485,000   1,400,000   800,000   1,991,000   260,000   620,000   170,000   170,000


RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT FUND PROJECTS
TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION:
Northeast Wellfield Pumps and Electrical      22,460
Eaton Park System Fire Improvements           90,609
Automated Call-Out System                        515
Wireless Data System                          11,032
Beacon Rd & S. Florida Ave Adjust              5,000
San Antonio Dr - Pipkin to Crockett           12,500
Water Dist Office Improvement                 11,696
Hillside Heights WL Oversize Reimburse         2,700
Cleveland Hts Widen-Lake Miriam to Polk Pkwy 167,961
Replacement of Jack & Bore Machine            14,000
Faye Avenue - A. Smith Ph 1                   26,000
Compson Place - W. Bella Vista to Fairbanks   36,000
Palm Center Shoppes Tie to Doris Drive        19,000
Edgewood Dr Widen - Nevada to N. J. (PW)     110,000
Wireless Data System                          11,000               11,220    11,445      7,000      3,500      3,570      3,645      3,715     3,790     3,865     3,940
Other Distribution Projects                  200,000              204,000   208,080    212,240    216,490    220,815    225,230    229,740   234,330   239,020   243,800
Subdivision & Commercial Development          48,450               49,420    50,410     51,420     52,450     53,500     54,565     55,660    56,770    57,905    59,060
New Service Connections                      105,948               39,225    40,010     40,810     41,625     42,460     43,310     44,175    45,060    45,960    46,880
Minor Extensions & Improvements              175,790              179,300   182,890    186,550    190,280    194,080    197,965    201,925   205,965   210,090   214,300
Distribution Facilities Replacement           39,410               40,200    41,005     41,825     42,660     43,515     44,385     45,270    46,180    47,100    48,040
New Water Meters                             102,000              104,040   106,120    108,245    110,410    112,615    114,870    117,165   119,510   121,900   124,340
Meter Relocation/Improvement                  36,129                5,100     5,200      5,300      5,400      5,500      5,600      5,700     5,800     5,900     6,020
Tools & Equipment                             25,300               15,600    15,900     16,235     16,560     16,890     17,230     17,575    17,925    18,280    18,645
Asbestos Pipe Removal                         27,400               27,945    28,505     29,075     29,655     30,250     30,855     31,470    32,100    32,740    33,395
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                                                                                         WATER SYSTEM
                                                                                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                ADJUSTED
                                                  2003            2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                 BUDGET         PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Hydrant Installation-New Annexation                 34,380          35,070   35,770    36,490    37,215    37,960    38,720    39,495    40,285    41,090    41,910
City Project Support                                22,460          22,910   23,370    23,835    24,310    24,800    25,295    25,800    26,315    26,840    27,380
Polk County Project Support                         31,950          32,590   33,240    33,905    34,585    35,275    35,980    36,700    37,435    38,185    38,950
State/FDOT Project Support                          22,085          22,525   22,975    23,435    23,905    24,380    24,870    25,365    25,875    26,390    26,920
City Parks & Rec Support                            51,000          52,020   53,060    54,120    55,205    56,310    57,435    58,582    59,755    60,950    62,170
GIS Water Data Collection                           96,950          98,890  100,867   102,885   104,940   107,041   109,180   111,365   113,595   115,865   118,180
Asbestos Pipe Abatement-Contractors                 30,600          31,210   31,835    32,470    33,120    33,785    34,460    35,150    35,850    36,570    37,300
Traffic Control Support                            160,000         166,000  174,300   183,015   186,675   190,410   194,215   198,100   202,060   206,105   210,225
Central Controlled Irrigation                       27,168          10,200   10,405    10,610    10,825    11,040    11,260    11,490    11,715    11,950    12,190
Long Term Project Support                          163,200         166,464  169,795   173,189   176,650   180,185   183,790   187,465   191,215   195,040   198,940
Backflow Preventer Aesthetic Retrofit               25,000          50,000   50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000    50,000
Polk County Road Improvements                      135,000         100,000  100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000   100,000
Water Meter Replacement                             76,500          78,030   79,590    81,180    82,805    84,460    86,150    87,875    89,630    91,425    93,255
Backflow Prevention                                 31,100          57,222   58,365    59,530    60,725    61,940    63,180    64,440    65,730    67,045    68,385
Reynolds Rd & Maine Ave Int. Imp JPA                83,116         222,300
Edgewood Dr Widen - Clev Hts to S. Fl (PW)                         130,000
Woodland Ave / Canal Drive Fire Imp                                 36,000
Herschell / Beech Ave Fire Improvement                              83,000
Tenn Rd-Lebanon to Old Tampa Rd Fire Imp                            63,000
Waring Road Extension (PW)                                          90,000
Nottingham/John Arthur Way AC Replace                               45,000
Cochran St -Wabash to Chestnut Fire Imp                                      39,000
N. Virginia/W. 8th/N. New York Fire Imp                                      58,000
Azalea Ct - Wabash to Chestnut System Imp                                    54,000
Plateau Ave/Patterson St/Southern Ave Fire Imp                               58,000
Euclid Ave-Lk Hollingsworth Dr to Lk Horney Drive                                      62,000
Easton Terr/Alma/Berkley/Denton Fire Imp                                               58,000
Hillsboro St / S. Hilltop Ave Fire Imp                                                 34,000
W. Parker St - Wabash to Chestnut Sys Imp                                              53,000
E. Magnolia St - Fairway to Meridian Fire Imp                                                    37,000
Parker Road - Lunn to Old Hwy 37 Tie                                                            168,000
N. Davis Ave - Memorial to 7th St Fire Imp                                                                108,000
Woodward/Eddy/Buckingham Fire Imp                                                                          52,000
Reynolds Rd AC Replace-Trans Upgrade                                                                      207,000

                  Sub-total                         2,291,409    2,268,481   1,842,137   1,870,364   1,894,990   2,087,781   1,752,190   1,784,222   1,816,890   1,850,215   1,884,225

BOND FUND PROJECTS
TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION:
Highland Supply Transmission Improvements            384,839
US 98 Widening - Carpenter's to Daughtrey             89,000
Wallace Rd. WL Extension                               2,110
Highland City - Orange/Lemon/8th St. Fire Imp         72,000
I-4 Section 2                                         17,046
Waring/Medulla Rd Tie Ph 2                            25,560
Westover St AC Replace Ph 2                          112,168
Stokes Rd. & Hancock Rd. WL Extension                 80,000
Tillery Terrace to Oakmont Lane                       26,000
Yates Road WL Extension                                1,070
                                                                                                                                                                                         160
                                                                                     WATER SYSTEM
                                                                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                  ADJUSTED
                                                     2003        2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                   BUDGET      PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Poe Street/Voltaire St. Fire Imp.                     51,000
Morgan Combee Rd. WL ext.                             27,000
Kathleen Properties WL Oversize/Adjust                43,158
Northwest Pump Station                                 2,638
NE Water Transmission Lines (South)                3,161,000
NE Water Transmission Lines (North)                  774,957
NE Plant Raw Water Transmission Lines              1,275,958
NE Wellfield Pumps & Electrical                    3,250,000
Williams DRI Completion                            1,500,000
Lakeland Highlands Road Widening                     147,223
Northwest Loop Phase I                               154,125
Northwest Loop Phase VII                                   6
Publix Corp Office Water Line Relocate                23,452
Winter Lake Rd (SR540) WL Relocate                    19,472
I-4 Widening                                         904,490
Griffin Road Improvements                             24,946
I-4 Section 8                                        200,487
TR/Schoolhouse Rd Tie/Dorman                           1,722
In-Town Bypass                                        46,268
Clubhouse Rd & Lkld Highlands Int. Imp                    42
NE Water Plant Bypass Line                           980,000
Griffin Rd Widening - N98 to Kathleen                424,746      270,000
Kathleen Rd Widening - I-4 to Galloway               358,877      360,000

                   Sub-total                      14,181,360      630,000


IMPACT FEE PROJECTS
ENGINEERING:
NE Plant Project Management                        1,200,000      250,000
Medulla Road Extension                                10,000       20,000   20,000
Debt service payments on 2002 bond issue             850,000      850,000
Polk County Road Improvements                                      28,000   30,000     30,000    30,000   30,000   35,000    35,000    35,000    35,000    35,000
Galloway Rd - Discount Auto north                                   5,000
Hwy 33 Trans Line Improv - 16"                                     40,000
540A Widening - US 98S to Lkld Highlands                            8,000
SR563 (MLK Blvd) - 2nd St to US 98                                  3,000
Old Polk City Rd - West to Moore                                            35,000     10,000
Hamilton Road Loop - Ph 1                                                              20,000
NE Water Trans Lines (Mt. Olive)                                                       15,000
Harden Blvd - N/S Route - 36" Relocate                                                 60,000
Lkld Highlands Rd Widening - Parkway south                                                       45,000
Hamilton Road Loop - Ph 2                                                                        25,000
Bartow Tie                                                                                                37,000
US 98 Intertie to Polk Co Utils                                                                           15,000
US 98 - Highland City Widen - SR 540 to CR 540A                                                           10,000
Williams Tie South - 20"                                                                                                     50,000

                   Sub-total                       2,060,000    1,204,000   85,000    135,000   100,000   92,000   35,000    85,000    35,000    35,000    35,000
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                                                                                   WATER SYSTEM
                                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                             ADJUSTED
                                               2003           2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                              BUDGET        PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED

RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT FUND PROJECTS
ENGINEERING:
Radio System Upgrade                               15,337
T&D Workorder Management System                    30,000
Maximo Implemenation                               38,952
Cleveland Hts Widen-Lake Miriam to Polk Pkwy       18,315
Beacon Rd & S. Florida Ave Adjust                   3,200
San Antonio Dr. - Pipkin To Crockett Dr.            1,500
Eaton Park System FIre Imp - Ph 2                   7,000
Compson Pl. - W. Bella Vista To Fairbanks           3,000
Palm Center Shops Tie To Doris Dr.                  2,000
Faye Avenue - A. Smith Ph 1                         3,000
Edgewood Dr Widen - Nevada to N. J. (PW)           10,000
Edgewood Dr Widen - Clev Hts to S. Fl (PW)         14,000
Waring Road Extension (PW)                         10,000
Subdivision & Commercial Development              175,980      175,980   175,980    175,980   175,980   175,980   175,980   175,980   175,980   175,980   175,980
Minor Extensions & Improvements                    11,000       11,000    11,000     15,000    15,000    15,000    15,000    20,000    20,000    20,000    20,000
Hydrant Installation-New Annexation                 2,470        2,470     2,470      2,470     3,500     3,500     3,500     3,500     5,000     5,000     5,000
City Project Support                               15,646       15,646    15,646     15,646    25,000    25,000    25,000    25,000    30,000    30,000    30,000
Polk County Project Support                         7,490        7,490     7,490      7,490     8,500     8,500     8,500     8,500     9,500     9,500     9,500
State/FDOT Project Support                         22,900       22,900    22,900     22,900    30,000    30,000    30,000    30,000    35,000    35,000    35,000
City Parks & Rec Support                           14,500       14,500    14,500     14,500    20,000    20,000    20,000    20,000    25,000    25,000    25,000
Polk County Road Improvements                      15,000       15,000    15,000     15,000    20,000    20,000    20,000    20,000    25,000    25,000    25,000
Cwe4002 Crow Water Projects Easements              20,000       20,000    20,000     20,000    30,000    30,000    30,000    30,000    40,000    40,000    40,000
Other Distribution Projects                       120,000      120,000   120,000    120,000   150,000   150,000   150,000   150,000   200,000   200,000   200,000
Reynolds Rd & Maine Ave Inter. Imp JPA             20,000       24,700
Woodland Av. / Canal Dr. Fire Imp                                4,000
Nottingham/John Arthur Way AC Replace                            5,000
Tenn Rd-Lebanon To Old Tampa Hwy - Fire Impr.                    6,000
Herschell / Beech Av. Fire Imp                                   8,000
Northwest Loop Phase 8                                                    24,000
Chocran St. - Wabash Av To Chestnut - Fire Imp                             4,000
N. Virginia / W. 8Th St / N.Y. Fire Imp.                                   6,000
Azalea Ct. - Wabash To Chestnut Sys Imp                                    6,000
Plateau / Patterson / Southern Fire Imp                                    6,000
Euclid Ave-Lk Hollingsworth Dr to Lk Horney Drive                                     7,000
Easton Terr/Alma/Berkley/Denton Fire Imp                                              6,000
Hillsboro St. & S. Hilltop Ave.                                                       4,000
W. Parker St - Wabash to Chestnut Sys Imp                                             6,000
NE Supplemental Pumps & Electrical                                                             80,000
E. Magnolia St - Fairway to Meridian Fire Imp                                                   4,000
Parker Road - Lunn to Old Hwy 37 Tie                                                           18,000
Reynolds Rd AC Replace-Trans Upgrade                                                           23,000
Woodward/Eddy/Buckingham Fire Imp                                                                         6,000
N. Davis Ave - Memorial to 7th St Fire Imp                                                               12,000

                 Sub-total                       581,290       452,686   450,986    431,986   602,980   495,980   477,980   482,980   565,480   565,480   565,480
                                                                                                                                                                    162
                                                                                    WATER SYSTEM
                                                                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                              ADJUSTED
                                                2003         2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                               BUDGET      PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
BOND FUND PROJECTS
ENGINEERING:
Stokes Rd. & Hancock Rd. WL Extension             2,371
Poe Street / Voltaire St. - Fire Imp              5,254
Tillery Terrace To Oakmont Lane                   2,607
Morgan Combee Rd. WL ext.                         2,522
Highland City-Orange/Lemon/8th St. Fire Imp       6,680
Westover St AC Replace Ph 2                      10,102
Waring/Medulla Rd Tie Ph 2                        4,074
Highland Supply Transmission Improvements        20,422
US 98 Widening - Carpenter's to Daughtrey        70,000
Northeast Water Treatment Plant                 688,215
Old Combee Rd to Bob Rawls Rd                     9,444
In-Town Bypass Phase II                          54,106
Polk County Road Improvements                     2,000
I-4 Widening                                     48,867
Lakeland Highlands Road Widening                  2,700
540A & Lklnd Highlands Int. Imp.                 50,000
T&D Workorder Mgmt System - Admin                71,443
Griffin Road Improvements                        11,771
I-4 Section 2                                    20,466
I-4 Section 4                                    30,000
I-4 Section 8                                    55,542
TR/RAW Wtr Transmission Line                     13,596
TR/NE Water Transmission Lines (South)          250,000
In-Town Bypass                                   17,032
Wallace Rd. WL Extension                          2,643
NE Water Trans Line Design                       12,147
Griffin Rd Widening - N98 to Kathleen            51,202
Kathleen Rd Widening - I-4 to Galloway          110,477
NE Water Plant Bypass Line                       10,000

             Sub-total                         1,635,683
TOTAL EXPENSES                                36,432,860   12,676,167   3,858,123   3,744,350   5,244,970   4,194,761   4,735,170    2,973,202   3,338,370   2,923,695    2,957,705

ENDING CASH BALANCES:
IMPACT FEES                                    1,685,145      111,145    331,145      851,145     491,145     739,145    (146,855)     648,145   1,133,145   2,068,145    3,003,145
BOND FUND                                      6,211,738       71,738     71,738       71,738      71,738      71,738      71,738       71,738      71,738      71,738       71,738
RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT                          125,340      198,173    850,050    1,445,700   1,420,730   1,837,969   2,848,799    3,940,597   4,977,227   5,978,532    6,945,827

TOTAL CASH BALANCES                            8,022,223      381,056   1,252,933   2,368,583   1,983,613   2,648,852   2,773,682    4,660,480   6,182,110   8,118,415   10,020,710
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PARKING
                     CITY OF LAKELAND
                         Parking System Revenues
                              Fiscal Year 2004




          Surface Lots
           $123,841                                Subsidies from
                                                    Other Funds
                                                     $421,593


Parking
 Fines
$78,500




                          Parking
                         Garages
                         $274,188




                          Total = $898,122
              CITY OF LAKELAND
               Parking System Expenses
                   Fiscal Year 2004




Enforcement                              Capital Outlay
  $38,300                                $280,500




     Garages and
     Surface Lots
      $579,322




                    Total = $898,122
                                                                                                     164

                                                 PARKING SYSTEM



                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience    Budget    Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                           For Year    For Year    2002-03       by             by
                                           2001-02     2002-03    Estimated City Manager City Commission

REVENUES                                  CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Parking Lots - Leased
North Florida Avenue Lot - Heacock Ins.      11,169      11,854       11,854      12,541   ___________
South Massachusetts Avenue - Publix           9,104       8,580        8,580       8,580   ___________
Park Street                                     770       2,100          280
Citrus Mutual Lot:
 Publix                                      17,757      15,840       15,840      15,840   ___________
 Chamber / Ruthven                            6,600      14,400       16,200      10,800   ___________
Bay Street Lot                                7,442      15,600       14,000      25,200   ___________
Massachusetts & Main Temp Lot                 6,060       5,880       18,600      20,400   ___________
Missouri Avenue                               8,340      10,022        7,800       7,800   ___________
Dixieland                                     1,455       3,600        1,500       4,320   ___________
Cedar St. / Mass Ave. (Crisper's Lot)           330       3,300        3,300       3,960   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                 69,027      91,176       97,954     109,441

Parking Lots - Metered
Munn Park - Cedar Street                     13,982      13,000       13,000      13,000   ___________
Bay Street Lot                                1,266       2,500          800       1,400   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                 15,248      15,500       13,800      14,400

Parking Garages
Watkins-Orange St. Garage                    55,724      54,252       55,724      55,724   ___________
Publix-Orange St. Garage                     43,000      40,524       40,524      40,524   ___________
Daily Collections - Main Street               8,533       8,800        8,500       8,500   ___________
Leased Parking - Main Street                119,856     169,440      160,000     169,440   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                227,113     273,016      264,748     274,188

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES                  311,388     379,692      376,502     398,029
                                                                                                    165

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                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience     Budget     Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                       For Year     For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                       2001-02      2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                         FINES AND FORFEITS
Violation of Local Ordinances
Court Ordered Restitution                   334                        450         500    ___________
Parking Fines                            60,081       79,000        50,000      78,000    ___________

TOTAL FINES AND FORFEITS                 60,415       79,000        50,450      78,500



                                      MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments           13,511        8,400        14,000      14,000    ___________
Int. on Pooled Invest. - Expan Res.         779                        500         500    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                             14,290        8,400        14,500      14,500

Other Miscellaneous Revenue
All Other Miscellaneous Revenue              33
Cash Over & Short                            19

  SUB-TOTAL                                   52
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
  REVENUE                                14,342        8,400        14,500      14,500



                                        OPERATING SUBSIDIES
Interfund Transfers
Transportation Fund                     700,125      167,300       211,767     367,216    ___________
Internal Loan - Verizon Property                     696,500       696,500
Wastewater Service                        3,844        3,500         3,900       4,000    ___________
Water Service                             4,457        3,236         3,200       4,200    ___________
Electric Service                         67,371       65,142        62,500      78,017    ___________
Stormwater Service                        1,272        1,280         1,275       1,280    ___________
Solid Waste Collection                      898          900           950

TOTAL OPERATING SUBSIDIES               777,967      937,858       980,092     454,713

   PRIOR YEARS SURPLUS                  (192,671)    199,692       214,374     (47,620)

   GRAND TOTAL REVENUES                 971,441     1,604,642    1,635,918     898,122
                                                                                              166

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                                                                      BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience    Budget    Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                    For Year    For Year    2002-03       by             by
                                    2001-02     2002-03    Estimated City Manager City Commission

EXPENSES                      PARKING GARAGES - ORANGE STREET

PERSONAL SERVICES                     58,506      61,202       71,799      61,327

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment                                                926   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                                                 196   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment                                              781   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                375       2,500        2,000       2,000   ___________
Repair of Equipment                       25         500          200         250   ___________
Special Services                         992         500          250         500   ___________
Annual Audit                           2,930       2,333        1,574       1,586   ___________
Banking Service                          504         470          478         480   ___________
Insurance - Fire                       9,935      16,447       16,477      19,629   ___________
            - Position Bond and
              Crime Coverage              49          82           82          67   ___________
Insurance Consultant                     149         286          286         240   ___________
Office Supplies                           79         100          100         200   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships              885         900          835         450   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios              463         450          450         450   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone           253         233          233         234   ___________
Telephone, Communications              1,619       1,402        1,402       1,411   ___________
Training                                 500         500          570         625   ___________
Uniforms                                 968         700          700         700   ___________
Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies         288         400          300         350   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies         2,197       2,500        2,500       2,000   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                    368         250          250         250   ___________
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy       2,327       1,652        1,652       1,440   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                 980         300          300         300   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                           25,886      32,505       30,639      35,065

  TOTAL                               84,392      93,707      102,438      96,392
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                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience    Budget    Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                          For Year    For Year    2002-03       by             by
                                          2001-02     2002-03    Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                       PARKING GARAGES - MAIN STREET

PERSONAL SERVICES                           113,391    107,151      110,354     113,233   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment                5,362      5,421        5,421       4,905   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                   230        150          150         113   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment                988      1,728        1,728         208   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental          1,265      1,529        1,529       1,423   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                     4,217      5,000        3,700       4,000   ___________
Repair of Equipment                             503      1,000          750       1,000   ___________
Special Services                              1,675      5,000        5,000       5,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                                      50           50          50   ___________
Office Supplies                               1,707      2,000        1,850       2,000   ___________
Travel                                          505        550          550         550   ___________
Uniforms                                      1,575      1,200        1,200       1,200   ___________
Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies                309        400          350         400   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies                  781      1,000        1,000         751   ___________
Contingency                                                                       5,000   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                       137         200         180          200   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                  19,254     25,228       23,458      26,800

  TOTAL                                     132,645    132,379      133,812     140,033
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                                                                          BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience     Budget     Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                      For Year     For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                      2001-02      2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                   PARKING GARAGES - IOWA AVENUE

PERSONAL SERVICES                        38,241      39,689        38,945      40,089   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Uniforms                                   396          400          375         400    ___________
Special Services                                                                 500    ___________
All Other Materials and Supplies           490          500          425         500    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                               886          900          800        1,400

Costs Allocated to E&W                  (39,127)    (40,589)      (39,745)    (41,489) ___________

   TOTAL



                                       PARKING ENFORCEMENT

PERSONAL SERVICES                        28,307      36,491        17,283      32,887

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment            1,518       1,552         1,552       1,158   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                41          25            25          55   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment                        105           105
Repair of Equipment                                     500           500         500   ___________
Printing and Photography                  1,605       2,000         2,000       2,000   ___________
Office Supplies                           1,856       1,300         1,300       1,300   ___________
Uniforms                                    381         400           400         400   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               5,401       5,882         5,882       5,413

   TOTAL                                 33,708      42,373        23,165      38,300
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                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience    Budget     Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                          For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                          2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission




                                        OTHER CASH DISBURSEMENTS
NON-DEPARTMENTAL EXPENSES
Self-Insurance Services                      3,073       4,335         4,335       7,583   ___________
Water Service                                4,457       4,150         3,200       4,200   ___________
Purchasing & Stores Services                   917         300           300         108   ___________
Stormwater Fees                              1,272       1,280         1,275       1,280   ___________
General Fund Services                      105,062     128,731       128,731     132,308   ___________
Electric Service                            67,371      65,142        62,500      78,017   ___________
Wastewater Service                           3,844       3,500         3,900       4,000   ___________
Solid Waste Collection                         898         900           950       1,050   ___________
Bad Debt Expense                             1,347       1,000                       900   ___________
Radio System Expan. - Public Safety                        735           735         735
Citrus Mutual Parking Lot Lease             24,464      22,500        22,500      22,500   ___________

 TOTAL                                     212,705     232,573       228,426     252,681



                                               DEBT SERVICE
Interfund Loan - Verizon Property                                     44,467      90,216   ___________
Interfund Loan - Bay Street Lot             17,826

  SUB-TOTAL                                 17,826                    44,467      90,216



                                              CAPITAL OUTLAY

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Orange Street Garage:
   Paint & Seal                                        147,000       147,000
   Electrical Repairs                                   20,300        20,300
Structural Inspections                       3,150       7,000         7,000       3,500   ___________
Verizon Property                                       696,500       696,500     277,000   ___________
Main Street Garage:
   Structural Evaluation & Repairs         487,015     220,485       220,485
   Install & Repair Lighting Fixtures                   12,325        12,325

  SUB-TOTAL                                490,165    1,103,610    1,103,610     280,500

   TOTAL                                   490,165    1,103,610    1,103,610     280,500

   GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES                    971,441    1,604,642    1,635,918     898,122
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                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience      Budget      Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                            For Year      For Year      2002-03       by             by
                                            2001-02       2002-03      Estimated City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL
                                                          Current      Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                            Budget        Budget          Range
Parking System Foreman                                       1             1         2,362 - 3,324
Parking System Attendant                                     3             3         1,851 - 2,604
Parking Enforcement Officer                                  1             1         1,679 - 2,362
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   5             5

PART-TIME
Parking System Attendant                                      2             2
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                    2             2
Contract Employees
 Security Guard                                               1             1
 TOTAL CONTRACT EMPLOYEES                                     1             1


Revenues from increasing parking rates and citations are included in the proposed FY04 budget. Parking rates are
proposed to increase as follows:

 All garage parking to $55 per month, from $40 and $50
 Surface parking rates to increase from $25 to $30

Parking citations are proposed to increase as follows:
 Improper parking tickets to increase from $7 to $10
 Illegal parking tickets to increase from $12 to $15


Resurfacing of the Verizon parking lot is anticipated to provide additional downtown surface lot parking, thereby
delaying the planned addition to the State Parking Garage until FY06.
                                                                                 PARKING SYSTEM FUND
                                                                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                        ADJUSTED
                                                          2003       2004        2005        2006        2007        2008        2009        2010        2011        2012        2013
                                                         BUDGET    PROPOSED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Transfer from Transportation Fund:
    Orange Street Garage                                 167,300
    Main Street Garage                                                                                               45,000
    Combined Garages                                                             75,000                  60,000                              85,000                  70,000
    Debt Service on State Garage (30 yr Bond @ 6.00%)      5,636                            180,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000
    Verizon Property - Parking Lot Improvements                     277,000
    Debt service - Verizon property purchase              44,467     90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      45,108
Internal Loan Proceeds - Verizon Property                696,500
Bond Proceeds - State Garage                                                              5,000,000

TOTAL REVENUES                                           913,903    367,216     165,216   5,270,216     510,216     495,216     450,216     535,216     450,216     520,216     405,108

EXPENSES:
Orange Street Garage:
   Exterior Coating                                      147,000
   Electrical Repairs                                     20,300
   Deck Coating                                                                  75,000                                                      85,000
Main Street Garage:
   Exterior Coating                                                                                                  45,000
   Deck Coating                                                                                          60,000                                                      70,000
State Garage:
   Construct State Garage                                                                 5,000,000
   Debt Service on State Garage (30 yr Bond @ 6.00%)       5,636                            180,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000     360,000
Verizon Property:
   Verizon Property Purchase                             696,500
   Verizon Property - Parking Lot Improvements                      277,000
   Debt service - Verizon property purchase               44,467     90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      90,216      45,108

TOTAL EXPENSES                                           913,903    367,216     165,216   5,270,216     510,216     495,216     450,216     535,216     450,216     520,216     405,108

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS
                                                                                                                                                                                          170-A
LAKELAND CENTER
        CITY OF LAKELAND
    The Lakeland Center Revenues
           Fiscal Year 2004




                     Investment Income
   Tourism Taxes          $130,300
     $440,000                             Expense
                                         Recoveries
                                         $1,311,325




                                              Event Revenue
                                                $1,927,507



 Subsidies from
 Other Funds &
Prior Year Surplus
    $2,658,799




             Total = $6,467,931
           CITY OF LAKELAND
       The Lakeland Center Expenses
              Fiscal Year 2004



                                      Operations
Administration                        $1,174,281
 $1,288,354



                                                      Capital Outlay
                                                        $89,600




                                                             Utilities
                                                            $778,560




   Debt
 Service                               Reimbursable Event
$1,496,760                                   Costs
                                           $1,482,521
                   Box Office
                   $157,855




                 Total = $6,467,931
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                                   Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                    2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

REVENUES                               INTERGOVERNMENTAL
Local Grants
PCCVB-Visitor Information Office       11,000      11,000       11,000        12,000   ___________
PCCVB-Reimbursement of
 Expenses                              20,771      15,000       15,000        25,000   ___________
Tourist Development Tax               440,004     440,000      440,004       440,000   ___________

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL               471,775     466,000      466,004       477,000

                                      CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Rentals (Client Services)
Conference Center                     148,188     156,000      131,515       144,165   ___________
Exhibit Hall                           95,605     100,975      103,671       121,741   ___________
Arena                                 152,042     140,000      103,435       154,755   ___________
Theatre                               115,328     112,675      130,441       141,641   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                          511,163     509,650      469,062       562,302

Events - ARA (Client Services)
Catering                              159,767     150,985      178,616       187,547   ___________
Service Charge Commission              33,537      29,880       40,997        43,047   ___________
Concessions                           165,999     163,331      156,103       186,408   ___________
Beverages                              62,019      50,648       62,196        65,306   ___________
Program Sales                          48,096      37,064       22,507        22,572   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                          469,418     431,908      460,420       504,880

Event Revenue (Client Services)
Set Up Charges                        162,080     165,000      110,963       102,758   ___________
Forfeited Deposits                                                 300
Vending Machine Sales                   5,708       5,651        4,566         5,821   ___________
Net Income on Promotions              140,978     140,231        6,000       100,000   ___________
All Other                              91,819     103,422      136,000        64,414   ___________
State Sales Tax Collection Fee            360         356          360           360   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                          400,945     414,660      258,189       273,353

Event Revenue - (Parking)
Parking                               278,571     500,000      373,285       439,754   ___________
Over Sized Vehicle Parking              2,251         550        9,000           735   ___________
Overnight Parking                       9,256       6,500        6,500         6,367   ___________
Pre-Paid Parking                       67,435      62,806       80,248        62,806   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                          357,513     569,856      469,033       509,662
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                                         Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                          2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

Event Revenue - (Box Office)
Facilities & Service Charge                  50,329       50,000       31,707         76,614    ___________
Box Office Charges                           60,675       17,961       24,270         20,761    ___________
Ticket Recovery                              15,097       20,800        4,529         16,695    ___________
State Sales Tax Collection Fee                  270          240          250            240    ___________
Cash Over and Short                             386                       106

   SUB-TOTAL                                126,757       89,001       60,862        114,310




Expense Recoveries - (Client Services)
Payroll Recovery - Clean-up
Payroll Recovery - Other                    284,908      252,454      246,283        263,479    ___________
Equipment Rental/Misc Supplies              203,283      165,000      167,058        158,298    ___________
Products for Resale                          12,123       11,370       37,463         15,467    ___________
Personal Food Service Recovery               69,249       63,585       52,657         87,950    ___________
Contract Labor Recovery                     115,891      100,614      116,000        117,883    ___________
Piano Tuner                                     785          944          500            650    ___________
Advertising Charges                         170,826      125,000      211,800        165,580    ___________
Advertising Charges                           4,000                     4,000          4,000    ___________
Talent Fees - Promotions                    349,350      340,000      459,000        399,500    ___________
Energy and Utility Hookup                    36,866       27,000       23,144         25,659    ___________
Packaging and Shipping                       19,135        9,000       12,629          1,549    ___________
Cash Over and Short                            (274)                      (48)

   SUB-TOTAL                               1,266,142   1,094,967     1,330,486      1,240,015

Expense Recoveries - (Parking)
Payroll Recovery - Other                      1,107          200           50            200    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                  1,107          200           50            200

Expense Recoveries - (Box Office)
Ticket Commissions                            2,303        2,032        7,500          9,900    ___________

Expense Recoveries - (Communications)
Telephone - Long Distance                     8,952       10,720        4,028          6,800    ___________
Telephone - Equipment                        26,038       25,903       16,664         17,410    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                 34,990       36,623       20,693         24,210

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES                 3,170,338   3,148,897     3,076,296      3,238,832
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                                      Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                       2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                        MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments            42,719      59,500       22,034        45,000   ___________
 94 Utility Tax Sinking Fund
  Interest on Pooled Investments          10,117       7,200        7,200         7,500   ___________
 94 Utility Tax Reserve Fund
  Interest on Investments                    248
  Interest from S.B.A.                    15,442      25,000       10,336        16,000   ___________
  Gain/(Loss) on Securities
 94 TDT Sinking Fund
  Interest on Pooled Investments           5,778       4,800        4,800         4,800   ___________
 94 Tourist Dev Reserve Fund
  Interest on Investments                     74
  Interest from S.B.A.                     7,205      12,200       10,000        10,000   ___________
  Gain/(Loss) on Securities

   SUB-TOTAL                              81,583     108,700       54,370        83,300

Other Miscellaneous Revenue
Surplus Furniture & Equipment Sales        1,306
Arena Scoreboard Contributions            10,000      10,000       10,000        10,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               11,306      10,000       10,000        10,000
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
  REVENUE                                 92,889     118,700       64,370        93,300
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                                             Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                              For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                              2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                                 OPERATING SUBSIDIES
Interfund Transfers
General Fund-Operations                          286,655     315,324       315,324       432,540    ___________
General Fund-UT Debt Service Sk                1,044,248   1,025,875     1,025,875       956,743    ___________
General Fund-TDT Debt Service Sk                  94,098      83,801        83,801        35,717    ___________
UT Reserve - UT Debt Service Sk                    7,279      12,200       531,589        16,000    ___________
TDT Reserve - TDT Debt Serv Sk                    15,690      25,000       158,417        10,000    ___________
Internal Loan
Public Improvement Fund - Operating             384,000      265,403       54,207        459,000    ___________
PIF - Repair Underground Water Pipes                          10,000                      10,000    ___________
PIF - Mopping Of All Existing Built-up Roo                    41,000       41,000
PIF - Replace Air Handler - Lkld Cntr                         84,000       46,382
PIF - Theater Stage Curtains                                  35,000
PIF - TLC Arena Scoreboard                                                  1,118
PIF - Carpet Replacement                                                   35,000
PIF - Replace Elephant Door                                                14,025
PIF - Patron Elevator                                        175,000      303,671
PIF - Upgrade CCTV System
PIF - Renovate Sound Theatre/Arena                                         15,000         35,000    ___________
PIF - Marquee                                                100,000      100,000
PIF - Resurfacing of all parking lots                                                      7,600    ___________
Wastewater Service                               18,275       21,000       21,000         18,000    ___________
Solid Waste Collection Service                   57,880       58,200       58,200         79,200    ___________
Water Service                                    24,311       23,741       23,741         23,800    ___________
Electric Service                                584,028      592,743      592,743        652,460    ___________
Stormwater Service                                5,023        5,100        5,100          5,100    ___________

TOTAL OPERATING SUBSIDIES                      2,521,487   2,873,387     3,426,193      2,741,160

   PRIOR YEARS SURPLUS                          150,526      323,025      553,662         (82,361) ___________

   GRAND TOTAL REVENUES                        6,407,015   6,930,009     8,256,194      6,467,931
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                                       Experience   Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission



EXPENSES                               ADMIN, FINANCE, & MARKETING

PERSONAL SERVICES                         431,671     464,842      482,708        517,999   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              2,311       1,762         1,762         1,771   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 632         321           613           632   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment              781       1,244         1,615           706   ___________
Auto Allowance                              4,686       4,800         4,800         4,800   ___________
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy           17,397      12,520        12,520        14,880   ___________
Insurance - Fire                           38,165      63,403        51,418        51,418   ___________
       - Position Bond                      1,514       2,523         1,434         1,434   ___________
       - Data Processing                      125         183           248           248   ___________
Special Services                            1,995       2,000         2,736         2,000   ___________
Banking Service                               740       1,160         1,160         1,185   ___________
Insurance Consultant                          696       1,234           703           703   ___________
Legal Advertising                             560                       919           100   ___________
Annual Audit                                8,828       4,125         4,563         4,230   ___________
Promotion Expense                             916       1,000           750           750   ___________
Office Supplies                             8,770      11,275        11,000        11,000   ___________
TLC Communications - Other Costs            1,200       2,400         2,752         2,400   ___________
Rents                                         468         412           412           412   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         1,644       2,000         1,315         1,381   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       34,333      46,035        42,813        42,658   ___________
Printing and Photography                    3,193       4,000         3,000         2,268   ___________
Postage                                     2,605       1,458         2,494         2,292   ___________
Subscriptions and Memberships               5,791       4,132         5,212         5,500   ___________
Telephone Communications                    9,552       9,846         8,883         9,327   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone             45,256      36,670        43,446        47,036   ___________
Travel                                     20,292      14,694        14,694        15,000   ___________
Training                                      162       1,000           678         1,000   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                                  100            28
Software Licence & Maintenance              8,034       8,000         9,139        10,000   ___________
Telephone- Long Distance                    5,691       3,000         4,041         4,243   ___________
Licenses                                    3,511       2,000         2,863         2,800   ___________
Sales Expenses                                          2,800         3,724         3,000   ___________
Advertising Program                       107,290      78,560        72,560        85,800   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               337,138     324,657      314,295        330,973

  TOTAL                                   768,809     789,499      797,003        848,972
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                                      Experience    Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                       For Year     For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                       2001-02      2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                   PROPERTY, OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE

PERSONAL SERVICES                        762,211      875,848      722,581       805,406    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             2,498        3,246        2,600         3,254    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                555          418          418         1,082    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           2,660          238          500         2,659    ___________
Special Services                          29,335       33,160       14,000        19,050    ___________
Office Supplies and Printing                 765        2,200        1,800         1,000    ___________
All Other Materials & Supply               8,080       12,300       12,000        18,480    ___________
Equipment - noncapital                                  2,604        2,604
Uniforms, Accessories, Laundry               783        2,400        1,000         2,400    ___________
Cleaning & Janitorial Supplies            45,114       48,000       38,000        48,000    ___________
Paint & Paint Supplies                     1,017        4,500        3,500         9,005    ___________
Tools, Implements & Instruments            1,576        1,800        1,800         2,225    ___________
Electrical, Plumbing, Hardware
  Supplies                                48,815       45,000       67,328        60,240    ___________
Gasoline and Oil                           2,943        3,900        3,000         2,400    ___________
Rents                                      3,267        2,600        2,700         2,080    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                 85,937       65,500       60,000        65,500    ___________
Repair of Equipment                       22,676       17,296       23,000        24,300    ___________
Postage and Mailing                                       100          450           400    ___________
Telephone, Communications                               1,728
Lodging                                                   100                        100    ___________
Training                                     844        1,000        1,000         1,000    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                              256,865      248,090      235,700       263,175

  TOTAL                                 1,019,076   1,123,938      958,281      1,068,581
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                                 Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                  For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                  2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                          BOX OFFICE

PERSONAL SERVICES                   126,018     117,311      111,073       120,269   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Special Services                      3,505       3,425        3,695         3,425   ___________
Banking Services                        183
Credit Card Discount Charges         44,093      29,364       30,972        22,326   ___________
Office Supplies                       2,030       2,600        1,400         3,000   ___________
Uniforms                                 78         120           47           120   ___________
Leases                                  504
Rents                                    66
Repair of Equipment                     619         600          590           800   ___________
Ticket Commissions - 10 Cents         6,667       4,160        5,439         7,065   ___________
Refunds on Settled Shows                264         100          120           100   ___________
Other Reimbursable Event Costs                      700                        750   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                         58,009      41,069       42,263        37,586

   TOTAL                            184,027     158,380      153,336       157,855

                                       COMMUNICATIONS
OPERATING EXPENSES
Telephone- Long Distance              2,101       2,592        1,450         2,664   ___________
Telephone, Communications             1,200                      898

   TOTAL                              3,301       2,592        2,348         2,664
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                                   Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                    2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                          CLIENT SERVICES

PERSONAL SERVICES                     443,818      358,900      514,009        512,109    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Special Services                        2,840        7,000       10,500          5,000    ___________
Advertising Charges                    81,339      149,947      124,347         96,158    ___________
Talent Fees - Promotions              349,420      388,750      459,000        399,500    ___________
Visa/Mastercard/Bank Charges            3,233        3,000        1,200          1,200    ___________
Contract Labor                        157,649      154,842      172,862        172,020    ___________
Piano Tuner                                            300
Office Supplies                           851        1,800        1,605            650    ___________
Uniforms                                3,105        4,000          747            800    ___________
Food Purchases                                                    5,000                   ___________
Rents                                  27,097       16,134       36,510         36,000    ___________
Repair of Equipment                       422                       238
Printing & Photography                 13,125       40,500       39,400         40,000    ___________
Postage and Mailing                     9,858        8,500        6,124          6,736    ___________
Lodging                                50,146       52,591       67,048         68,000    ___________
Licenses And Permits                    1,749          563          563            600    ___________
All Other Reimbursable Costs          115,733      108,388      122,256        142,748    ___________
Bad Debt Expense                        5,863        5,000        1,000          1,000    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                           822,430      941,315     1,048,400       970,412

   TOTAL                             1,266,248   1,300,215     1,562,409      1,482,521

                                       PARKING OPERATIONS

PERSONAL SERVICES                      98,296       74,390       88,467         92,457    ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Office Supplies                            66           18          225            600    ___________
Advertising                             4,000
All Other Materials and Supplies        2,714        1,100        1,200          1,200    ___________
Uniforms                                  400          360          155            360    ___________
Rents                                     649                                      500    ___________
Repair of Equipment                       662        6,550        7,578          6,750    ___________
Printing & Photography                  1,909        1,000        1,204          1,169    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                            10,400        9,028       10,362         10,579

   TOTAL                              108,696       83,418       98,829        103,036
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                                        Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

                                        OTHER CASH DISBURSEMENTS
NON-DEPARTMENTAL EXPENSES
Self-Insurance Services                     21,205       24,599       24,599         24,600    ___________
Purchasing & Stores Services                 4,493        7,275        7,275         10,653    ___________
General Fund Services                      358,534      411,134      411,134        394,129    ___________
Equipment - noncapital                         285        5,000        5,000         10,000    ___________
Fines & Penalties                               11
Water Service                               24,311       23,741       23,741         23,800    ___________
Electric Service                           584,028      592,743      592,743        652,460    ___________
Wastewater Service                          18,275       21,000       21,000         18,000    ___________
Stormwater Fee                               5,023        5,100        5,100          5,100    ___________
Solid Waste Collection                      57,880       58,200       58,200         79,200    ___________

 TOTAL                                    1,074,045   1,148,792     1,148,792      1,217,942

CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                   21,504       10,958       10,958

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Visitor Information Center                  11,000       11,000       11,000         12,000    ___________
PCCVB Reimbursable Expenses                 20,771       15,000       15,350         25,000    ___________
Recruitment                                  7,133
Replace Air Handler                        175,626      119,019       46,382
TLC Arena Scoreboard                        34,765        1,118        1,118
Repair Broken Underground Water Pipes          409                                   10,000    ___________
Acoustic Treatment - Theatre/ExHall                      30,000       15,000
Carpet Replacement                                       35,000       35,000
Theater Sound Equipment Upgrade             11,222
Theater Stage Curtains                                   35,000
Patron Elevator                              1,200      274,979      303,671
Arena Chair Lift Replacement                59,000
Replace Elephant Door                                    14,025       14,025
Upgrade CCTV System
Renovate Sound Theatre/Arena                                                         35,000    ___________
Marquee                                                 100,000      100,000
Resurfacing of all parking lots                                                       7,600    ___________
Mopping of Existing Built Up Roofs                       41,000       41,000

  SUB-TOTAL                                321,126      676,141      582,546         89,600
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                                        Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                         2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission



DEBT SERVICE
Interest Payments-UT                       620,075      598,075       421,331       320,243    ___________
Principal Payments-UT                      440,000      460,000     1,143,333       660,000    ___________
Interest Payments-TD                       317,055      305,805       218,689       170,517    ___________
Principal Payments-TD                      225,000      235,000       468,333       320,000    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               1,602,130   1,598,880     2,251,686      1,470,760

TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
UT Reserve to UT Sinking - Interest         15,690       25,000      531,589         16,000    ___________
TDT Reserve to TDT Sinking - Interest                    12,200      158,417         10,000    ___________

   TOTAL                                  1,960,450   2,323,179     3,535,196      1,586,360

   GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES                   6,384,652   6,930,013     8,256,194      6,467,931
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                                           Experience        Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year         For Year       2002-03           by             by
                                            2001-02          2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission



PERSONNEL
                                                             Current        Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                               Budget          Budget          Range
ADMINISTRATION
Lakeland Center Director                                         1              1         5,684 -   7,998
Assistant Lakeland Center Director                               1              1         4,040 -   5,684
Lakeland Center Accountant                                       1              1         3,664 -   5,156
Client Services Manager                                          1              1         3,165 -   4,454
Marketing Manager                                                1              1         3,015 -   4,242
Sr Client Services Coordinator                                   1              1         2,734 -   3,847
Marketing Sales Representative                                   1              1         2,250 -   3,165
Client Services Coordinator                                      2              2         2,250 -   3,165
Marketing Associate                                              1              1         2,142 -   3,015
Administrative Assistant                                         1              1         2,142 -   3,015
Account Clerk II                                                 1              1         1,763 -   2,480
Office Assistant I                                               1              1         1,450 -   2,040

OPERATIONS
Lakeland Center Operations Manager                               1              1         3,490 -   4,910
Lakeland Center Technician Coordinator                           1              1         2,734 -   3,847
Lakeland Center Chief Engineer                                   1              1         2,734 -   3,847
Lakeland Center Engineer                                         2              2         2,250 -   3,165
Operations Support Supervisor II                                 1              1         2,250 -   3,165
Event Setup Supervisor                                           3              3         2,040 -   2,871
Operations Support Worker II                                     9              9         1,523 -   2,142
Operations Support Worker I                                      1              1         1,381 -   1,943

BOX OFFICE
Box Office Manager                                               1              1         2,480 - 3,490
Account Clerk III                                                1              1         1,943 - 2,734

TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                       34              34

PART-TIME
Lakeland Center Pool Employees                                 156             155
 TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                     156             155


The proposed budget for the Lakeland Center is $6.5 million. It was prepared with $1,425,000 from the General Fund
subsidy for debt service and operations; and, $459,000 in operating subsidy and $45,000 for capital projects from the Public
Improvement Fund.


Revenue estimates were reduced in client services and parking to reflect the economic downturn and reductions in traveling
concert and stage shows. A new Promoter Incentive Program has been incorporated into the budget for FY04. The
proposed budget also includes building revenue of $125,700 anticipated from the addition of the World Hockey Association
2 franchise in the Arena; however, this will be offset by increased electric service expenses related to making ice.
                                                                         LAKELAND CENTER FUND
                                                                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN



                                                 ADJUSTED
                                                   2003        2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012     2013
                                                  BUDGET     PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Capital Transfer from PIF                          556,196      52,600   480,000   441,800   852,800   471,000   523,000   426,560   110,000   57,000    85,000

TOTAL REVENUES                                     556,196      52,600   480,000   441,800   852,800   471,000   523,000   426,560   110,000   57,000    85,000

EXPENSES:
Marquee                                            100,000
Patron Elevator                                    303,671
Mopping of all existing built up roofs              41,000                                                                                               50,000
Air Handler Replacement                             46,382                84,000    84,000
Arena Scoreboard                                     1,118
Carpet Replacement                                  35,000               200,000   200,000                                                               35,000
Replace Elephant Door                               14,025
Renovate Sound Systems in Arena & Theater           15,000      35,000
Repair Broken Underground Water Lines                           10,000    10,000    10,000
Resurfacing of all parking lots                                  7,600             102,000    84,000   173,000
Exhibit Hall and Sikes Hall wall coverings                                75,000
Ticketing System Upgrade                                                  40,000
Replace Forklifts                                                         21,000                                  25,000                       27,000
Arena Lighting                                                            50,000
Gas Powered Golf Carts                                                              10,800
Replacement Tables                                                                  35,000              36,000    38,000
Cooling Towers                                                                               220,000
Roof Replacements                                                                            548,800                       426,560
Repainting of facility exterior                                                                        200,000   200,000
Headset Intercom System                                                                                 27,000
Crystal Tube Strip Lighting for Theater Aisles                                                          35,000
Ice Resurfacer                                                                                                    85,000
Truss Lighting Package                                                                                            45,000
Administration Office Space                                                                                       75,000
Riser Replacement                                                                                                 28,000
Walk Behind Scrubber                                                                                              11,000
Commercial Washer/Dryer Replacement                                                                               16,000
1,500 Banquet Chairs                                                                                                                 110,000
HomoSote Insulated Covering                                                                                                                    30,000

TOTAL EXPENSES                                     556,196      52,600   480,000   441,800   852,800   471,000   523,000   426,560   110,000   57,000    85,000
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          Cleveland Heights Golf Course Revenues
                     Fiscal Year 2004




                                                          Food & Beverage
                                                               Sales
Charges for Services                                         $811,000
    $1,148,783




              All Other
              $76,659
                                                Pro Shop Sales
                            Membership Fees        $172,000
                               $371,200




                           Total = $2,579,642
                      CITY OF LAKELAND
           Cleveland Heights Golf Course Expenses
                      Fiscal Year 2004




               Food and Beverage
                   $603,530                        Debt Service $253,443


                                                           Administration
                                                             $515,492




Course Maintenance
     $770,469



                                                 Course Operations
                                                     $436,708




                            Total = $2,579,642
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                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                          2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission



REVENUES                                    CHARGES FOR SERVICES

Green Fees                                  515,709      453,004      435,000        445,000    ___________
Cart Fees                                   608,479      611,139      541,000        581,000    ___________
Range Fees                                    2,876        4,000        3,000         19,283    ___________
Membership Dues                             301,167      315,000      305,000        335,000    ___________
Trail Fees                                    1,468                     4,200          4,200    ___________
Summer Memberships                              400       32,000       20,000         32,000    ___________
Tournament Fees                              20,760       86,000       91,500         91,500    ___________
Golf Clinic                                   1,240        8,000        9,500         12,000    ___________
Food Sales - Restaurant                     495,625      522,000      500,000        525,000    ___________
Beverage Sales - Beer                       110,550      120,000      104,000        126,000    ___________
Beverage Sales - Liquor                     105,396      101,000      109,000        126,000    ___________
Beverage Sales - Wine                         5,136        6,400        3,500          6,000    ___________
Vending Machine Sales                         3,582        6,600        2,500          4,000    ___________
Merchandise Sales - Pro Shop                172,641      150,000      170,000        172,000    ___________
Facility Rentals                             11,338       15,800       22,000         24,000    ___________
Building Rents                                2,000                     2,400          1,200    ___________

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES                 2,358,367   2,430,943     2,322,600      2,504,183

                                            MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments                  577
Interest on Pooled Investments               11,586       14,034        5,000          5,000    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                 12,163       14,034        5,000          5,000

Other Miscellaneous Revenue
All Other Revenue                            10,024
All Other Revenue                             7,821       16,450                      10,000    ___________
All Other Misc. Rev. - Operations            24,703       18,000       10,500         18,000    ___________
All Other Misc. Rev. - Food & Beverage          360                     4,500          3,000    ___________
Refund of Prior Year Expenses                   336
Surplus Equipment Sales                     200,211        4,000        6,600          7,500    ___________
Surplus Land Sales                                        72,500       72,500
Coupon Discounts                                (70)
Cash Over & Short                              (989)

   SUB-TOTAL                                242,396      110,950       94,100         38,500

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE                 254,559      124,984       99,100         43,500
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                                                                            BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience     Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year      For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                    2001-02       2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission


                                        OPERATING SUBSIDIES
Interfund Transfers
Debt Proceeds - Internal Loan
   Working Capital Loan                 8,240                     85,000                   ___________
Debt Proceeds - Cart Replacement
   1999 Sunshine Loan                 181,000
   Clubhouse Interior Remodeling                    302,000      302,000
Public Improvement Fund                50,000
Fleet Management                       32,278

TOTAL OPERATING SUBSIDIES             271,518       302,000      387,000

PRIOR YEAR SURPLUS                     (84,954)      15,145      161,137         31,959

TOTAL REVENUES                       2,799,490    2,873,072     2,969,837      2,579,642
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                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

EXPENSES                                      ADMINISTRATION

PERSONAL SERVICES                         197,142     219,077      203,400       179,139   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy            9,901       8,175        8,175         7,058   ___________
Insurance - Fire                            5,108       7,470        6,680        15,561   ___________
Insurance - Position Bond                     477         794          451           591   ___________
Insurance - Data Processing                    16          24           16            20   ___________
Self-Insurance Services                    13,028      15,381       15,381        25,630   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                                                         834   ___________
Purchasing & Stores Service                 3,761      10,000       10,000        15,006   ___________
General Fund Services                     114,473     120,156      120,156       120,642   ___________
Electric Service                            6,431       4,000        4,000         6,552   ___________
Wastewater Services                         5,399       4,800        6,200         6,000   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        9,791      10,195       11,700        11,117   ___________
Contractual Services                       27,201      22,000       24,000        27,000   ___________
Banking Service                            16,802      13,000       23,000        20,000   ___________
Professional Services                       4,693      20,500       27,000        16,000   ___________
Insurance Consultant                          208         294          294           374   ___________
Advertising                                15,069      12,000       10,000        12,000   ___________
Annual Audit                                8,457       3,094        3,094         3,172   ___________
Promotions/Public Relations                 2,996       4,000        2,281         2,500   ___________
Office Supplies                             2,352       3,000        2,600         2,500   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                     11,680       1,500                      1,500   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies              5,067       4,000        6,400         6,200   ___________
Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies            1,794       4,800        2,400         3,000   ___________
Rentals                                       347                       71           500   ___________
Natural Gas Consumption                       606                      481
Maintenance Of Facilities                  15,224      10,000       17,000        15,000   ___________
Repair Of Equipment                           432       8,000        7,500         3,500   ___________
Printing & Photography                        330       3,000        3,365         1,000   ___________
Postage & Mailing                             978       4,000        1,200         1,200   ___________
Subscription & Membership                   1,280       1,325        2,200         2,500   ___________
Telephone, Communications                   7,211       7,500        5,500         5,896   ___________
Travel                                        158       2,250          252
Training                                      269       1,000
Uniforms                                                                           3,000   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                    4,010       1,710          100
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                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                 Experience     Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                  For Year      For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                  2001-02       2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES(continued):
State Sales Tax                                       961
Bad Checks                               571          250        1,500           500   ___________
Bad Debt Expense                      (4,283)       1,000
Contingency                                         2,500

  SUB-TOTAL                         291,837       312,679      322,997       336,353

  TOTAL                             488,979       531,756      526,397       515,492

                                      COURSE OPERATIONS

PERSONAL SERVICES                   162,606       156,261      168,874       148,029   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Uninsured Loss Reimbursements         9,120        14,866       14,866           834   ___________
Water Service                        14,373        18,164       19,000        19,200   ___________
Stormwater Utility Fees               2,628         2,700        2,630         2,700   ___________
Electric Service                     37,160        30,000       40,000        32,758   ___________
Contractual Services                  4,680         5,000        5,500         6,000   ___________
Solid Waste Disposal                  6,198         6,400        8,000        10,600   ___________
Equipment - Noncapital                1,006         1,000
Leases                                             69,000       69,912        72,912   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies        3,878         3,000        5,000         4,000   ___________
Uniforms                              1,797           750
Tools & Implements                      216         1,000
Merchandise                         163,271        97,500      146,000       131,250   ___________
Tires & Tubes                         2,503         1,500        1,000         3,000   ___________
Parts for Equipment                    (811)        1,000
Increase/Decrease in Inventory      (20,712)
Repair Of Equipment                   4,421         1,500        1,000         2,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                2,841         5,000          500         2,000   ___________
Postage & Mailing                        13                          2
Subscription & Membership               504           250          519
Telephone, Communications               771           840          650           675   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                 26
Tournament Expenses                     346         2,000          500           750   ___________
Coupon Discounts                     11,678

  SUB-TOTAL                         245,907       261,470      315,079       288,679

  TOTAL                             408,513       417,731      483,953       436,708
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience   Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                             COURSE MAINTENANCE

PERSONAL SERVICES                          413,110     441,351      430,073       427,242   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                 19,807                    2,975         2,972   ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               12,523      11,862       14,000        14,000   ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment             2,370         825        2,332         2,332   ___________
Electric Service                            19,073       9,186       12,300        20,383   ___________
Contractual Services                         9,478      10,340       10,340        10,340   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               6,574       9,000        7,000         8,000   ___________
Uniforms                                     2,106       2,400          600
Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies                 7                       59
Chemicals                                   73,160      76,000       74,000        74,000   ___________
Tools & Implements                             922       1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________
Electrical & Plumbing Supplies               1,322       5,000        3,500         3,500   ___________
Agricultural & Horticultural Supplies       27,363      36,000       23,700        25,000   ___________
Parts for Equipment                            973       1,000       13,000        10,000   ___________
Soil and Sand                                5,304      10,000        7,200         7,500   ___________
Swan Feed                                    1,801                    1,800         2,000   ___________
Fertilizer                                  66,536      65,710       65,710        66,000   ___________
Leases                                                  73,463       50,000        70,000   ___________
Rental of Equipment                                      1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                      350                                  1,000   ___________
Repair Of Equipment                         29,400      11,000       24,000        20,000   ___________
Telephone, Communications                    1,400       2,700
Training                                        10
Maintenance of Lakes                         2,800       4,200        4,200         4,200   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                               283,279     330,686      318,716       343,227

   TOTAL                                   696,389     772,037      748,789       770,469
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                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                 Experience     Budget      Experience    Proposed      Adjustments
                                  For Year      For Year     2002-03          by             by
                                  2001-02       2002-03     Estimated    City Manager City Commission

                                        FOOD & BEVERAGE

PERSONAL SERVICES                   271,542       270,083      293,408       228,997   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Electric Service                     12,571        17,500        7,900        13,103   ___________
Contractual Services                 29,751        11,500       12,000        56,500   ___________
Advertising                           2,460                        450
Equipment - Noncapital                7,043         2,000        1,000         2,500   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies        8,345         8,000        9,400         8,000   ___________
Uniforms                              5,540           750          750         4,000   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply               970         4,000       11,000         7,200   ___________
Tools & Implements                    6,755         3,000        2,500         2,500   ___________
Food Purchases                      225,281       182,700      205,000       178,500   ___________
Beverage Purchases - Beer            40,938        42,000       37,000        44,100   ___________
Beverage Purchases - Liquor          35,049        35,400       39,000        44,100   ___________
Beverage Purchases - Wine                           2,200
Increase/Decrease in Inventory        (4,201)
Natural Gas Consumption                  485        1,000        2,000         4,200   ___________
Rental of Equipment                    2,099        1,000        1,000         1,000   ___________
Repair Of Equipment                    7,494        2,000        3,000         2,500   ___________
Sales Tax                              3,132        3,000        3,000         3,200   ___________
Licenses & Permits                     2,950        2,675        2,700         3,130   ___________
Coupon Discounts                       6,428

  SUB-TOTAL                         393,090       318,725      337,700       374,533

   TOTAL                            664,632       588,808      631,108       603,530

OTHER CASH DISBURSEMENTS
CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment - Admin                     1,347        10,478        5,009
Equipment - Course Maintenance          765
Equipment - Food & Beverage           4,274         3,000

  SUB-TOTAL                           6,386        13,478        5,009
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                                                                                   BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience    Budget      Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year     For Year     2002-03           by             by
                                            2001-02      2002-03     Estimated     City Manager City Commission

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Refurbish Pavillions and Restrooms              6,914
Refurbish Fountain                                             586
Fountain Enhancements                                        5,479        6,062
Repair Bridge Fences                            1,145        4,355
Tee Marking Signs                              16,184        3,303        5,000
Repair Cart Paths                              21,646       10,784       10,784
Lift Installation                                 189
Club Storage Lockers                              340
Beverage Cart Area                              4,750
Gazebo For Starter Area                                      5,000        3,099
CHGC Clubhouse Exterior & Parking               1,038
Enclose NW Dinning Area                        11,021        1,730        1,768
Golf Clinic                                     6,833
LCAR Environmental Study                       15,357        2,868        2,868
Kitchen Re-Engineering                                      45,000       12,000
Additional Walk-In Refrigerator                             20,000       20,000
Air Conditioning Redesign                                   35,000       35,000
Tee Boxes Expanded and Leveled                              65,000       65,000
Relocation of Lounge Area                                  100,000      100,000
Ladder for HVAC in Ceiling                                  12,000
Driving Range Expansion And Netting                                      85,000                   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                    85,417      311,105      346,581

DEBT SERVICE
Principal & Interest - Internal Loans:
  Equipment                                    46,000                                    4,000    ___________
  Working Capital                             309,539
  Driving Range                                                                         10,283
Interest Expense - Textron Leases               6,249
Principal - Textron Leases                     49,030
Principal & Interest - 99 Sunshine State       38,356      238,157      228,000        239,160    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                                   449,174      238,157      228,000        253,443

   GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES                      2,799,490   2,873,072     2,969,837      2,579,642
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                                                                                      BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience       Budget        Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                          For Year        For Year       2002-03           by             by
                                          2001-02         2002-03       Estimated     City Manager City Commission

PERSONNEL
                                                          Current        Proposed     Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                            Budget          Budget      Range
ADMINISTRATION
Golf Course Manager                                          1               1         3,847 - 5,414
Management Analyst                                           1               1         3,015 - 4,242
Office Associate I                                           1               1         1,763 - 2,480

COURSE OPERATIONS
Golf Professional                                            1               1         2,250 - 3,165
Assistant Golf Professional                                  1               1         1,599 - 2,250

COURSE MAINTENANCE
Greens Superintendent                                        1               1         3,165 -   4,454
Assistant Greens Superintendent                              1               1         2,142 -   3,015
Grounds Maintenance Worker II                                2               2         1,763 -   2,480
Light Equipment Mechanic I                                   1               1         1,763 -   2,480
Grounds Maintenance Worker I                                 7               5         1,450 -   2,040
Grounds Worker                                                               1         1,315 -   1,851

FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Food and Beverage Manager                                    1              1          2,142 -   3,015
Food Supervisor                                              1              1          1,679 -   2,362
Cook                                                         2              2          1,450 -   2,040
Beverage Service Worker                                      1              1          1,061 -   1,492
Food Service Worker                                          3              1          1,061 -   1,492
  TOTAL FULL-TIME                                            25             22

PART-TIME
Sales Assistants                                             3              3
Seasonal Maintenance Workers                                 5              7
Player Assistant                                             6              5
Cart Attendant                                               5              6
Kitchen Utility Worker                                       9              14
Food Service Worker                                          7              15
Beverage Service Worker                                      2
   TOTAL PART-TIME                                           37             50


The City continues to refine operations at Cleveland Heights. For the upcoming budget year, several personnel changes are
recommended. Four full-time positions are proposed to be eliminated—two Grounds Maintenance Worker I positions, Food
& Beverage Manager, and Lead Waitress. Plans are to replace these positions with seasonal positions on an as needed
basis. Player Assistant positions are proposed to be converted to volunteer positions and receive complimentary golf
privileges instead of salary.
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                                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience       Budget         Experience     Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year        For Year        2002-03           by             by
                                            2001-02         2002-03        Estimated     City Manager City Commission




New for FY03-FY04, the Food & Beverage operation is being managed by a consulting company which is being paid
$45,000 plus commissions on catered events. Additionally, the bar is being relocated and the banquet facilities renovated.
Additional revenues of $40,000 are included in the proposed budget to reflect additional sales resulting from these building
improvements. The total operating for Cleveland Heights is $2.65 million in the proposed budget.


One new project is included in Cleveland Height’s FY04 budget—development of a driving range—which will cost $85,000.
This project will be funded by an eight year loan from the City’s Internal Loan Fund. Debt service for 2004 is estimated to be
$4,000.
                                                                        CLEVELAND HEIGHTS GOLF COURSE
                                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                               ADJUSTED
                                                 2003         2004         2005        2006        2007        2008        2009        2010        2011        2012         2013
                                                BUDGET      PROPOSED    PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED   PROJECTED    PROJECTED

REVENUES:
Additional Borrowing                            387,000
Annual profits from operations                                19,283       60,091      63,710      63,710      88,710      88,710      88,710      88,710      88,710       88,710
Unappropriated Surplus                           (40,419)     (9,000)      44,619      15,000                                                                 (10,236)     (13,710)

TOTAL REVENUES                                  346,581       10,283      104,710      78,710      63,710      88,710      88,710      88,710      88,710      78,474       75,000

EXPENSES:
Replace Tee Marking Signs                         5,000
Repair Cart Paths                                10,784
Gazebo for Starter Area                           3,099
Relocation of Lounge                            100,000
Renovations of Tee boxes                         65,000                    63,000
Air conditioning redesign and control panels     35,000
Additional Walk-in Refrigerator                  20,000
Kitchen Re-engineering                           12,000
Environmental Study                               2,868
Enclose NW Dining Area                            1,768
Fountain Enhancements                             6,062
Driving range expansion                          85,000
Debt Service - Driving Range (8yrs @ 6.5%)                    10,283       13,710      13,710      13,710      13,710      13,710      13,710      13,710       3,474
Clubhouse Recoating and Painting                                           28,000                                                                  33,000
Course Restrooms                                                                       65,000      50,000
Structure Repairs                                                                                              75,000      75,000      75,000      42,000      75,000       75,000

TOTAL EXPENSES                                  346,581       10,283      104,710      78,710      63,710      88,710      88,710      88,710      88,710      78,474       75,000

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS BALANCE                  216,033      225,033      180,414     165,414     165,414     165,414     165,414     165,414     165,414     175,650      189,360
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AIRPORT
                 CITY OF LAKELAND
Lakeland Linder Regional Airport Revenues
             Fiscal Year 2004




                                        Control
                                        Tower
                                        Grant
                                       $473,892
Capital Grants
 $2,244,329



                                                  All Other
                                                  $907,594




                                                         Prior Year
                                                          Surplus
                                                          $96,097




                          Leases
                        $3,156,206




                  Total = $6,878,118
                     CITY OF LAKELAND
     Lakeland Linder Regional Airport Expenses
                  Fiscal Year 2004


                                            Airside Center
                                               $695,585

Airport Operations
    $2,141,992
                                                             Debt Service
                                                              $1,899,986




                           Capital Outlay
                            $2,140,555




                     Total = $6,878,118
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                                                                   BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience    Budget      Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                      For Year     For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                      2001-02      2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

REVENUES                                INTERGOVERNMENTAL
Federal Grants
FAA - Tower Program                     403,200     445,278      469,200     473,892    ___________
Airport Master Plan Update               84,276      27,675       27,675
Rehab Taxiway A - Eastern End           571,823
FAA Entitlement Program                             150,000      150,000
FAA-Rehab Taxiways F, G & L                         625,109      625,109
Construct Eastern Service Road                      557,457      557,457
Rehab/Reconstruct Taxiway C                                                  612,000    ___________
Rehab Taxiway B - north side             78,004    1,111,485    1,154,487

  SUB-TOTAL                           1,137,303    2,917,004    2,983,928   1,085,892

State Grants
FDOT-LAC Land Acquisition                                         31,310
Terminal Construction - 531             494,245
Terminal Construction                   937,743     767,200      767,200     383,329    ___________
ATC Tower Facility Repairs               33,677     101,123      101,123
Install Fence and Gates                  (8,105)                  16,129
Runway 5 Approach Land Acquisition      684,923
Land Acquisition West of Airport                    940,348      940,348    1,215,000   ___________
FAA - Runway 9-27 Rehabilitation             (1)
Master Drainage Plan 2                    1,000
Airport Master Plan Update                4,682       10,412      10,412
Rehab Taxiway A - Eastern End            82,430
FDOT - Rehab Taxiways F, G & L                       32,500       32,500
Construct Eastern Service Road                       30,970       30,970
Rehab Taxiway B - north side              4,334      63,977       63,941
Construct New T-Hangars                  53,518     113,171      113,171
Rehab/Reconstruct Taxiway C                                                   34,000    ___________
Construct New Fuel Farm                             240,000      240,000

  SUB-TOTAL                           2,288,446    2,299,701    2,347,104   1,632,329

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL               3,425,749    5,216,705    5,331,032   2,718,221
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                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                            Experience   Budget      Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                             For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                             2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                              CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Airport - Building Leases
T - Hangars                                     80,220    139,806      114,462     160,603    ___________
T-Hangars                                          720
Building Leases-Other                                      61,600
Sun N' Fun                                     355,684    380,461      326,526     334,644    ___________
Renaissance Aviation                            22,734     20,985       20,985      20,985    ___________
Gulf Coast Avionics                            139,332    127,600      127,600     173,247    ___________
Piedmont Hawthorne                             161,271    214,421      186,781     243,415    ___________
Tony's Airside Restaurant                       29,739     37,956       37,956      42,354    ___________
Advantage Car Rental                             8,391     10,080        7,014
Europa Aviation, Inc.                           18,351     18,701       18,701      19,075    ___________
Army Guard                                      46,383
McGhee Aviation                                  2,700
Lakeland Air Service                            22,987      39,998      39,998      41,198    ___________
AET LLC                                         18,000      43,200      43,200      43,200    ___________
Air Logic Solutions                                                     46,167      67,238    ___________
Enterprise Leasing                                                       4,200      10,080    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                   906,512   1,094,808     973,590    1,156,039

Airside - Building Leases
Building Lease - Other                             212        500          500         500    ___________
The Academy                                    107,738    215,476
BL Yachts, Inc.                                 45,260     40,000       44,000      44,000    ___________
Cypress Aviation Office                        193,264    193,264       48,316      99,000    ___________
Dixie Jet & Rotor                                8,491      8,490        8,490       8,490    ___________
Etura Premier, LLC                             360,400    360,400      360,400
Falcon Insurance                                10,821     14,956
Globe Fiberglass                                34,439     35,949       34,923      35,471    ___________
Keiser College (GEICO Bldg)                    275,831    275,831      275,831     275,831    ___________
Interplane USA                                  47,500     50,937       12,188      26,250    ___________
National Flight Services, Inc.                  27,672     28,189       28,525      28,637    ___________
Publix Supermarkets                            453,505    256,503      217,212
Navigator Aircraft (Formerly S & S Aircra        6,324      6,324        6,324       6,324    ___________
S & S Development                              106,000                 215,476     220,863    ___________
Southern Air Systems                           137,769    162,775      165,062     190,213    ___________
Specialized Vehicles Corp.                                             283,434     408,280    ___________
Transportation Technologies                    236,195    283,434
Lakeland Electric                               53,750                 300,000     100,000    ___________
LPD (SIS)                                                   25,000      25,000      25,000    ___________
New tenants                                                                        238,763    ___________
Russell Wall                                     2,624       2,624        2,624      2,624    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                 2,107,795   1,960,652    2,028,305   1,710,246
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                                                                        BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience    Budget      Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year     For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                           2001-02      2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

Airport - Land Leases
JRW Company                                    1,435        1,434       1,434       1,434    ___________
Sun 'N Fun                                                             53,983      54,920    ___________
Flight Safety International                    8,288        8,288       8,288       9,324    ___________
Knight Aviation                                5,739        5,856       5,856       5,974    ___________
Amory Board                                    9,169       10,315      10,315      10,315    ___________
Game & Fresh Water Fish                       11,695       13,157      13,157      13,157    ___________
Everett                                        3,264        3,264       3,264       3,264    ___________
Globe Aero                                    14,399        7,270       7,270       7,270    ___________
Watkins Motor Lines                           30,701       30,700      30,700      30,700    ___________
Lakeland Executive Hangars                     4,717        4,921       4,921       5,306    ___________
Lance Aviation, Inc.                           4,537        4,621       4,621       4,714    ___________
Piedmont-Hawthorne                                                      1,922
Protel                                        14,428       14,698      14,698      14,992    ___________
Anheuser Busch                                 5,365        5,364       5,364       5,364    ___________
Champagne Investments LLC                                               5,915       6,063    ___________
Publix                                         8,495        8,710       8,710       8,884    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                 122,232     118,598      180,418     181,681

All Other Charges for Services
Gasoline                                      83,161       94,000      88,000      93,000    ___________
All Other                                     13,828          500         500       6,000    ___________
Sun 'N Fun Service Charge                      9,000        9,000       9,000       9,000    ___________
Airfield Security and Access Control             (10)                                 240    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                 105,979     103,500       97,500     108,240

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES                 3,242,518    3,277,558    3,279,813   3,156,206

                                               CAPITAL REVENUE
Airpark Land Sale - Phase 1                                                       866,844    ___________

TOTAL CAPITAL REVENUE                                                             866,844
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                                            For Year    For Year      2002-03       by             by
                                            2001-02     2002-03      Estimated City Manager City Commission



                                             MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments                 16,405      30,700       30,700      30,000    ___________
Interest on Pooled Investments                 49,730      50,600       50,600      10,000    ___________
Other Interest Revenue                         17,142                    3,507         500    ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                   83,277      81,300       84,807      40,500

Other Miscellaneous Revenue
All Other Miscellaneous                         1,941         500         2,398        250    ___________
Reimbursements / Loss Recovery                    780
Contributions - Operations                      5,000
All Other Miscellaneous                        47,483         250           94
All Other Airport Revenue                         637                      142
Refund of Prior Year Revenue                                            36,779

  SUB-TOTAL                                    55,841         750       39,413         250
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
  REVENUE                                     139,118      82,050      124,220      40,750

                                              OPERATING SUBSIDIES
Interfund Transfers
Wastewater Service                              5,809       6,700        6,700
Water Service                                  10,420       4,876        4,876
Electric Service                               89,424      46,280       46,280
Stormwater Service                             10,668       9,900        9,900
Solid Waste Collection                          8,312       5,100        5,100
Rehab Engineering Building                                700,000      700,000
Internal Loan - Runway 5 Land Acquisitio      916,621
Internal Loan - Construct New T-Hangars       747,190
Internal Loan - Runway 5 Land Acquisitio      232,690
Internal Loan - Fuel Farm                                 200,000      200,000
Lakeland Airside Center                       568,313     920,000      920,000

TOTAL OPERATING SUBSIDIES                   2,589,447    1,892,856    1,892,856

   PRIOR YEAR SURPLUS                          97,550    4,132,265    4,014,820     96,097

   GRAND TOTAL REVENUES                     9,494,382   14,601,434   14,642,741   6,878,118
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                                                                    BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
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                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                            AIRPORT EXPENSES

PERSONAL SERVICES                         941,922   1,016,644    1,013,919   1,008,147   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
State Sales Tax                                          167
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment             22,827     29,467       29,467      28,124    ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment              12,127     15,052       15,052      15,500    ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           14,903     32,271       32,271      14,473    ___________
Leases                                      6,519      2,750        4,300       4,300    ___________
Rents                                         991        750          600         600    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                   9,190      8,500       11,750      12,000    ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                     317      1,500        2,000       1,500    ___________
Repair of Equipment                        17,914     22,400       22,400      25,400    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental       14,566     17,557       17,557      18,335    ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                 3,010      2,927        2,927       2,927    ___________
Special Services                           84,214     95,407       95,407     100,000    ___________
Litigation Expense                                     1,000        1,000       1,000    ___________
Audit Fees                                  4,147      3,627        3,627       2,645    ___________
Banking Services                              141        158          158         162    ___________
Legal Advertising                             127      1,000        1,000         250    ___________
Car Washing                                   124        150          150         150    ___________
Purchasing & Stores Services                5,234      6,052        6,052      11,508    ___________
General Fund Services                     190,093    212,085      212,085     241,475    ___________
Electric Service                           86,424     46,280       94,800     241,226    ___________
Water Service                              10,420      4,876        7,200       9,500    ___________
Wastewater Service                          5,809      6,700        3,200       4,600    ___________
Solid Waste Removal                         8,312      5,100       11,200      11,000    ___________
Stormwater Utility Fees                    10,668      9,900        9,900       9,900    ___________
Printing & Photography                        489        500          500         500    ___________
Insurance - Fire                            8,111     13,054       13,054      26,574    ___________
        - Airport Liability                43,168     55,000       55,000      55,000    ___________
        - Position Bond &
          Crime Coverage                      140         234         234         191    ___________
        - Data Processing                      45          65          65          56    ___________
Insurance Consultant                          786       1,104       1,104         995    ___________
Self-Insurance Services                    18,184      13,859      13,859      34,343    ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                              500       1,000       1,000    ___________
Ad Valorem Taxes                                        1,675       1,229       1,300    ___________
Office Supplies                             4,910       4,000       4,000       4,000    ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                 6,868       7,525       7,525       6,500    ___________
Telephone, Communications                  10,155       8,928       8,928       9,115    ___________
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                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience   Budget      Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                    For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                    2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES(continued):
Postage                                 1,323       1,000       1,000       1,000    ___________
Licenses and Permits                      138         500         500         600    ___________
Training                                            1,000       1,000         500    ___________
Travel                                  9,349       9,000       9,000       7,500    ___________
Uniforms                                1,080       1,750       1,750       1,750    ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supplies             6,856       7,500       3,600       3,500    ___________
Chemicals                               1,762       1,800       1,800       2,000    ___________
Tools, Implements & Instruments           998       1,600       1,600       1,500    ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                   5,312       3,000       3,000       3,000    ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies          3,439       3,000       3,000       2,751    ___________
Retiree Health Ins Subsidy             11,018       7,296       7,296      10,320    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                  531         600         750         750    ___________
Bad Debt Expense                        3,478       1,500       1,500       1,500    ___________
Airport Advertising / Promotions       45,366      28,200      28,200      30,000    ___________
LP Gas                                    276         500         275         275    ___________
Leases:
Piedmont Hawthorne                     10,377       3,000        3,000      3,000    ___________
Tony's Airside Restaurant                 428       1,100        1,100        500    ___________
Army National Guard                     1,506       4,000        3,900
McGhee Aviation                           529
Lakeland Air Service, Inc.                110        900         1,500      1,000    ___________
Advantage Car Rental                                 900           750
AET LLC                                              500           500        500    ___________
Air Logic Solutions                                                           500    ___________
Europa                                               500          500         500    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                           704,809    711,266      766,122     969,095

  TOTAL AIRPORT                     1,646,731   1,727,910    1,780,041   1,977,242
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                                         For Year    For Year    2002-03       by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03    Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                             AIRSIDE EXPENSES

PERSONAL SERVICES                           91,925    102,459      99,270     104,399   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment               3,381      3,547        3,547      3,254   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                1,055      1,437        1,437      1,413   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment             3,394      6,444        6,444      2,823   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                            1,000
Insurance - Fire                            24,466     40,541      40,541      67,158   ___________
  - Position Bond & Crime Coverage              21         35          35          19   ___________
  - Data Processing Equipment                    9         14          14          12   ___________
Self-Insurance Services                                10,100      10,100       8,574   ___________
Water Service                               20,380     17,284      17,284      19,200   ___________
Purchasing & Stores Services                 3,005      2,856       2,856       1,858
Stormwater Utility Fees                      1,014      1,400         780         780   ___________
General Fund Services                      104,746     95,163      95,163      96,840   ___________
Electric Service                            93,924    122,476      92,000      98,000   ___________
Wastewater Service                          15,359     18,000      13,000      14,550   ___________
Special Services                            39,804     37,800      37,800      40,000   ___________
Banking Services                               141        158         158         162   ___________
Insurance Consultant                           276        676         676         643   ___________
Legal Advertising                                         250         250         250   ___________
Audit Fees                                   2,722      3,551       3,551
Promotion Expense                                      10,000      10,000       5,000   ___________
Solid Waste                                  5,640      4,738       8,800       9,450   ___________
Office Supplies                                896        500         500         500   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                          419        750         750         750   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies               6,585      9,000       4,000       4,000   ___________
Uniforms                                     1,157        750         750         750   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supplies                    600        250         250         250   ___________
Chemicals                                      588        500         500         500   ___________
Tools, Implements & Instruments              1,043        500         500         750   ___________
Leases                                       2,201
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                                           Experience   Budget      Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                            2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES(continued):
Fac. Maint. - Lakeland Electric                               500          500        500   ___________
Fac. Maint. - B. L. Yachts, Inc.                  250         750          750        750   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Dixie Jet & Rotor                    36         500          500        500   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Cypress Aviation                  3,404       1,750        1,750
Fac. Maint. - Falcon Insurance                    354
Fac. Maint. - Publix                            4,224       6,000        6,000
Fac. Maint. - The Academy                       4,998
Fac. Maint. - Interplane USA                                  500          500        500   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Keiser School                     1,763       3,000        3,000      2,000   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Globe Fiberglass                     19         750          750        750   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Etura Premier, LLC                1,265                    2,300      1,000   ___________
Fac. Maint. - National Flight Services                      1,000        1,000      1,000   ___________
Fac. Maint. - S & S Aircraft                     375          500          500        500   ___________
Fac. Maint. - S & S Development                  578        7,500        7,500      5,000   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Southern Air Systems               198        1,000        1,000        750   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Specialized Vehicles Corp.                    2,300                   2,500   ___________
Fac. Maint. - Transportation Technologie         128
Fac. Maint. - New tenants                                                           3,000   ___________
Rents                                             424        750          600         600   ___________
Maintenance of Facilities                      14,823     18,000       24,000      19,833   ___________
Repair of Equipment                            20,549     19,600       19,600      22,600   ___________
Printing & Photography                                       300          300         300   ___________
Postage                                                      175          175         175   ___________
Telephone, Communications                       2,224      2,021        2,021       2,100   ___________
Training                                                     250          250         250   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                           62        350          350         350   ___________
Ad Valorem Taxes                               52,206    100,000      100,000     120,000   ___________
State Sales Tax                                            4,569        4,569
Licenses and Permits                              286        500          500         600   ___________
Real Estate Broker Commissions                 19,921     10,000       10,000      20,000   ___________
Bad Debt Expense                                   93     10,000       10,000       8,142   ___________

   SUB-TOTAL                                  461,006    582,285      550,101     591,186

   TOTAL AIRSIDE                              552,931    684,744      649,371     695,585
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                                              For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                              2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

MAINTENANCE PROJECTS
Sun 'N Fun Maintenance                           27,816      24,000      24,000      28,000   ___________
Airport Maintenance - Top Gun                     7,447       4,000       4,000       2,000   ___________
Drainage Maintenance                              2,244      11,657      11,657       7,500   ___________
Airfield Pavement Maintenance                    12,716      45,179      45,179      40,000   ___________
Misc. Maintenance Projects                       17,407      17,000      17,000      17,000   ___________
Airport Maintenance Building N-1                    529         750         750         750   ___________
Airport Maintenance Building N-7                    864       1,750       1,750       1,750   ___________
Repair of Fixtures - Airside                      9,429       6,000       8,000       8,500   ___________
Hangar Maintenance Program                        1,418       1,500       1,500       1,500   ___________
T-Hangar Painting/Repair                          4,875       7,500       7,500       5,000   ___________
Hangar Maintenance 36-70                          1,166       1,000       1,000         750   ___________
Safety and Compliance Training                      974       1,000       1,000       1,000   ___________
Environmental Mitigation                            865       1,730       1,730       1,000   ___________
Hangar Door Repairs                                           3,000       3,000       2,500   ___________
Airfield Security and Access Control                          4,000      10,000       5,000   ___________
Hangar # 2 Door Repair                            2,400
Paint runway 5-23 and 9-27                                   23,410      23,410      15,000   ___________
Fire Sprinkler Repair                            58,450
Air Traffic Control Tower Expenses                            1,000       1,000       1,000   ___________
Ditch Spraying                                    1,357       2,500       2,500       1,500   ___________
Clean LAC Ditch                                   4,660       5,000       5,000       5,000   ___________
Delivery Building - Paint / door repair                       1,130       1,130
Fire System Maintenance                          19,737      20,000      20,000      20,000   ___________
Roof Repairs (SIS) - R&D Building                             5,000       5,000

   SUB-TOTAL                                    174,354    188,106      196,106     164,750
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                                        Experience   Budget      Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                         For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                         2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                        OTHER CASH DISBURSEMENTS
CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                   10,119       2,500        2,500

CAPITAL PROJECTS
FDOT - Land Acquisition                     10,800
FDOT Master Drainage Plan 2                  3,750
Sun 'N Fun Improvements                     61,210
FDOT - Runway 5 Land Acquisition           913,230
FDOT - Tower Repairs                        42,096    126,404      126,404
Airport Master Plan Update                  94,250     50,750       50,750
Rehab Taxiway A - Eastern End              777,527
Replace Gutters Hangars 1, 2 and 3          11,508
Rehab Taxiway B - North Side                86,671   1,929,549    1,929,549
FAA Entitlement Project                                166,667      166,667
T-Hangars                                   71,357     675,833      675,833
Hangar 4 Door Repairs                                  170,000      170,000
FDOT - Land Acquisition W of Airport                 1,253,797    1,253,797   1,239,367   ___________
FDOT-Airport Fuel Farm                                 300,000      300,000
FAA/FDOT Rehab Taxiways F,G & L             47,780          20
FAA/FDOT Construct E End Serv. Rd.                     619,397     619,397
Rehab/Reconstruct Taxiway C                                                    680,000    ___________
LAC Fire Sprinkler Upgrade                  14,180     22,477       22,477      10,000    ___________
Rehab Engineering Building                            700,000      700,000
Entry Landscaping and Irrigation             2,996      21,358        1,358
FDOT - Airport Terminal Const - Parks       18,798
LASC - Assemble Building Imp.                4,115      39,106      14,106
Southern Air Systems Fencing                   675
Police SIS Unit Expansion                  506,848
Repair Elevator at Airside Center           25,024
Airside Center Paint Shop Lighting           8,049
Roof over LAC R&D Building                                                      88,000    ___________
Hangar 2 Roof Replacement                                           45,000
Airpark Land Sale Capital Costs                                                 78,410    ___________
Buildout Contingency                                    20,000      20,000      40,000    ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                              2,700,864   6,095,358    6,095,338   2,135,777
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                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                           Experience   Budget       Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                            For Year    For Year      2002-03       by             by
                                            2001-02     2002-03      Estimated City Manager City Commission



DEBT SERVICE
Sun Bank - Sun 'N Fun Loan Interest            19,324      15,960       15,960      12,305    ___________
Sun Bank - Sun 'N Fun Loan Principal           47,763      38,296       38,296      54,973    ___________
Sun Bank -Hangar Loan Interest                              3,830        3,830
Sun Bank -Hangar Loan Principal                             9,192        9,192
Internal Loan - Sun N Fun Hangar               52,000      52,000       52,000      17,620    ___________
Internal Loan - Runway 5 Land Acquisitio      694,133      34,681       34,681
Contribution to Debt Service Fund              44,189      45,933       45,933      45,933    ___________
Internal Loan - Gulf Coast Avionics            95,690
Internal Loan - Jet Cap Building                7,007
Internal Loan - New T-Hangars                  40,667     134,595      134,595     134,595    ___________
Internal Loan-Airport Fuel Farm                           202,700      202,700
Internal Loan - Operating Subsidy              93,000
Airport Terminal Construction                  88,155    2,976,407    2,976,407
Interfund Loan - Terminal                   1,758,379      393,661      393,661    506,442    ___________
Internal Loan - Acquisition                   320,000      320,000      320,000    320,000    ___________
Internal Loan - Roof                          111,839
Airport / Airside Loan Consolidation          156,535     657,214      673,783     670,616    ___________
Rehab Engineering Building                                 48,687       48,687      95,745    ___________
Debt Service Fund (94 U/T)                     45,519      41,757       41,757      41,757    ___________
GEICO Building Phase I & II                   209,335

  SUB-TOTAL                                 3,783,535    4,974,913    4,991,482   1,899,986

CONTRIBUTION TO OTHER FUNDS
Radio System Expansion - Public Safety                      4,778        4,778       4,778
Lakeland Linder Airport Fund                  568,313     920,000      920,000
Transfer To Fleet Mgmt Reserve                 31,812
Transfer to Public Impr. Fund (Towers)         25,723        3,125        3,125

  SUB-TOTAL                                   625,848     927,903      927,903       4,778

   TOTAL                                    7,120,366   12,000,674   12,017,223   4,040,541

   GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES                     9,494,382   14,601,434   14,642,741   6,878,118
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                                          Experience       Budget       Experience Proposed      Adjustments
                                           For Year        For Year      2002-03       by             by
                                           2001-02         2002-03      Estimated City Manager City Commission

PERSONNEL                                                  Current       Proposed        Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                             Budget         Budget         Range
AIRPORT
Airport Director                                               1             1        5,156 -   7,255
Assistant Airport Director                                     1             1        3,847 -   5,414
Accountant III                                                 1             1        3,324 -   4,677
Operations Support Supervisor II                               1             1        2,250 -   3,165
Administrative Assistant                                       1             1        2,142 -   3,015
Office Associate II                                            1             1        1,943 -   2,734
Operations Support Technician I                                2             2        1,763 -   2,480
Operations Support Worker II                                   1             1        1,523 -   2,142

AIRSIDE CENTER
Maintenance Mechanic II                                        2              2       2,362 - 3,324
TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                     11             11

GRANT-FUNDED POSITIONS
Air Traffic Control Tower Chief                                1             1        3,324 - 4,677
Air Traffic Controller                                         7             7        2,734 - 3,847
TOTAL GRANT-FUNDED POSITIONS                                   8             8

PART-TIME
Operations Support Worker II                                   3             3
TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                      3             3


For FY04, the budgets for both the Airport and Airside Center have been merged, and the combined budget totals
$6.8 million. Included in the proposed budget are funds from the sale of one of the lots (7A) at the Airpark, which will
provide net new revenues of approximately $788,434. Leased revenues for Airside Center are projected to be $1.7
million for FY04, significantly down from projected revenues of $2.0 million for FY03.


Projects proposed for FY04 include acquisition of additional land-$1,239,367, rehabilitation of taxiway “C”-$680,000, a
new roof for the Airside R&D building-$88,000, and Airside Center Fire Sprinkler Upgrade-$10,000.
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                                                                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                                ADJUSTED
                                                  2003        2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                 BUDGET     PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
REVENUES:
FAA Grants                                      2,514,728     612,000                                              5,715,000   3,762,000   3,312,000   2,970,000    162,000
FDOT Grants                                     2,347,104   1,632,329    440,000                                     317,500     209,000     184,000     165,000    969,000
Airpark Land Sale - Phase 1                                   866,844
Internal Loan Fund (Fuel Farm & Eng. Bldg.)       900,000
Unappropriated Surplus Used / (Generated)         333,506    (975,396)   (310,700)   142,300   149,300   473,242   1,234,344    259,000     234,000     215,000     299,000

TOTAL CAPITAL REVENUES                          6,095,338   2,135,777    129,300     142,300   149,300   473,242   7,266,844   4,230,000   3,730,000   3,350,000   1,430,000

EXPENSES:
Update Airport Master Plan                         50,750
FAA Entitlement Projects                          166,667
Construction of New T-Hangars                     675,833
Construct Eastern Service Road                    619,397
Construct Fuel Farm                               300,000
Hangar 4 Doors                                    170,000
Airpark Land Sale Capital Costs                                78,410
FAA Airpark Project - Phase 1                                                                                       866,844
Runway 5:
   Rehab Runway 5/23                                                                                               3,400,000
   Environmental Assessment - Rwy 5-23 Ext.                                                                                     180,000
   Extend Rwy 5-23 and Twy B by 2000 ft.                                                                                                   3,500,000
   Rehab Drainage on Runway 5/23                                                                                    550,000
Property Acquisition:
   Land Acquisition West of Airport             1,253,797   1,239,367     24,300      24,300    24,300   423,242
Tower:
   Tower Repairs                                  126,404
   Tower Construction                                                                                              2,400,000
Taxiways:
   Reconstruct Taxiway B Northside              1,929,549
   Rehab. Taxiway "C" - RWY 5/23 to TXY "A"                   680,000
   Rehab and Light Taxiway E                                                                                                   4,000,000
   Construct New Taxiways and Apron                                                                                                                                1,200,000
Runway (9L/27R):
   Environmental Assessment - Rwy 9L-27R Ext.                                                                                               180,000
   Extend Rwy 9L-27R and Twy A by 1500 ft.                                                                                                             3,300,000
Parallel Runway (9R/27L):
   Environmental Assessment- Runway 9R/27L                                                                                                                          180,000
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                                                          LAKELAND LINDER REGIONAL AIRPORT
                                                                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


                                       ADJUSTED
                                         2003        2004      2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                        BUDGET     PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
Airside:
  LASC - Assemble Bldg. Improvements      14,106
  LAC Fire Sprinkler Upgrade              22,477      10,000    10,000    10,000     10,000
  LAC Entry Landscaping & Irrigation       1,358
  Buildout Contingency                    20,000      40,000    50,000    50,000     50,000     50,000     50,000      50,000      50,000      50,000      50,000
  Rehab Engineering Building             700,000
  Roof over for LAC R&D building                      88,000
  Hangar 1 Roof Replacement                                     45,000
  Hangar 2 Roof Replacement               45,000
  Hangar 3 Roof Replacement                                               58,000
  Hangar 4 Roof Replacement                                                          65,000

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENSES                 6,095,338   2,135,777   129,300   142,300    149,300    473,242   7,266,844   4,230,000   3,730,000   3,350,000   1,430,000

UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS:
Beginning Balance                       5,300,593 1,285,773 1,177,454 1,107,259 1,205,762 1,280,690 1,073,491         153,405     193,764     303,349      417,077
Sources / (Uses) - Capital               (333,506)    975,396   310,700  (142,300) (149,300) (473,242) (1,234,344)   (259,000)   (234,000)   (215,000)    (299,000)
Sources / (Uses) - Operating           (3,681,314) (1,083,715) (380,895)  240,803   224,228   266,043     314,258     299,359     343,585     328,728       70,666
Ending Balance - Capital                             866,844   866,844   866,844    866,844    866,844
Ending Balance - Operating             1,285,773     310,610   240,415   338,918    413,846    206,647    153,405     193,764     303,349     417,077     188,743
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SOLID WASTE
 CITY OF LAKELAND
Solid Waste System Revenues
       Fiscal Year 2004



       Charges for Services
           $9,502,820




                 All Other
                 $660,653




    Total = $10,163,473
             CITY OF LAKELAND
        Solid Waste System Expenses
               Fiscal Year 2004


Motor Pool Charges
    $1,717,198



                                                    Disposal
                                                   $2,717,500




                                                   Transfers to
                                                   Other Funds
                                                   $1,166,200



  Payroll
                             All Other Operating
$3,305,494
                                    Costs
                                  $1,257,081




                 Total = $10,163,473
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                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                   Experience   Budget      Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                    For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                    2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                 INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
State Grants
Polk County - Tire Grant                          11,608       11,608

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL
 REVENUE                                          11,608       11,608

                                    CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Physical Environment/Garbage -
Solid Waste Revenue:
Roll-Off Container Fees:
 Franchise Fees                       102,282    100,000      120,000      139,000    ___________
 City of Lakeland Operations                                   15,000       90,000    ___________
Refuse Collection Charges:
 Residential                        3,771,031   5,030,000    4,031,000    4,720,000   ___________
 Commercial                         3,251,168   2,882,000    3,650,400    3,636,000   ___________
 Intra-City                           261,412     300,000      300,000      308,920   ___________
 Recycling Residential                604,019     340,000      645,000      657,900   ___________

 TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE          7,989,912   8,652,000    8,761,400    9,551,820

                                   MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
Interest Earnings
Interest on Pooled Investments         67,574     90,700       35,000       90,000    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                             67,574     90,700       35,000       90,000

Other Miscellaneous Revenue
Recycling Proceeds                    114,317    100,000      120,000      125,000    ___________
Scrap Metal                            23,683     15,000       30,000       30,000    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                            138,000    115,000      150,000      155,000

 TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE          205,574    205,700      185,000      245,000

                                     OPERATING SUBSIDIES
Transfers From Other Funds
Lakeland Electric                                                          250,000    ___________

 TOTAL REVENUE                      8,195,486   8,869,308    8,958,008   10,046,820

 SURPLUS - PRIOR YEARS                831,364    331,671      235,069      121,653

 GRAND TOTAL REVENUES               9,026,850   9,200,979    9,193,077   10,168,473
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                                                                          BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget     Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year    2002-03       by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03    Estimated City Manager City Commission



EXPENSES
                                           ADMINISTRATION

PERSONAL SERVICES                         695,163    305,341     267,933      334,323   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment              2,366      2,716       2,716        2,723   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 236        243         243          273   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment              111         75         225          300   ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                  500     14,773      14,773       20,265   ___________
Insurance - Fire                              743      1,244       1,244        2,027   ___________
Insurance - Position Bond                     505        841         841          724   ___________
Insurance - Data Processing                    31         46          46           39   ___________
Self-Insurance Services                    33,342     55,469      55,469      103,106   ___________
Water Service                               2,791      2,535       2,535        3,126   ___________
Purchasing and Stores Services              4,706      5,027       5,027        4,339   ___________
Stormwater Fees                                66        400          70          100   ___________
General Fund Services                     290,602    344,390     344,390      370,790   ___________
Electric Service                            8,497      7,230       7,230        8,722   ___________
Wastewater Services                         3,038      3,000       3,000        3,200   ___________
Billing Services                           83,283    100,000     100,000      143,912   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        9,002     12,454      12,454       12,202   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Telephone              4,142      5,658       5,658        5,433   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Radios                 8,797     10,807      10,807       11,025   ___________
Special Services                           27,313     53,810      53,810       23,110   ___________
Banking Services                            1,028      1,015       1,015        1,200   ___________
Insurance Consultant                          438        944         944        1,099   ___________
Advertising                                   686      1,020       1,020        1,000   ___________
Annual Audit                                3,511      5,271       5,271        3,701   ___________
Solid Waste Removal                         3,678      2,700       2,700        3,100   ___________
Office Supplies                             4,255      4,896       4,896        4,480   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                      57,560     72,290      72,290       80,000   ___________
All Other Material & Supply                 2,614      3,754       3,754        3,754   ___________
Uniforms                                   22,547     23,572      23,572       28,000   ___________
Cleaning & Janitor Supply                   2,703      2,703       2,703        2,704   ___________
Chemicals                                   3,960      8,313       8,313        7,500   ___________
Tools & Implements                          4,660      6,140       6,140        5,000   ___________
Fuel                                            8                      6                ___________
Personal Safety Equipment                   5,353      3,709       3,709        3,750   ___________
Parts For Equipment                         9,787      7,628       7,628        9,000   ___________
Tolls                                         590      1,734       1,734        1,734   ___________
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                                                                           BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                       Experience   Budget      Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                        For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                        2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES (continued)
Leases                                                 1,163        1,163        1,163   ___________
Rentals                                                  326          326
Maintenance of Facilities                   3,679      5,500        5,500        5,500   ___________
Repair of Equipment                         1,345      2,680        2,680        2,000   ___________
Printing & Photography                      1,820      1,530        1,530        1,530   ___________
Postage                                       579      1,081        1,081        1,081   ___________
Subscriptions & Memberships                   249        705          705          440   ___________
Telephone, Communications                     354        308          308          385   ___________
Travel                                      1,589      2,500        2,500        2,500   ___________
Training                                      214      1,000        1,000          750   ___________
All Other Sundry Charges                    1,151      1,000        1,000          750   ___________
Bad Debt Expense                           62,641      6,000       20,000       31,088   ___________
Retiree Health Insurance Subsidy           24,352     20,358       20,358       24,720   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                701,422    810,558      824,384      943,345

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION                    1,396,585   1,115,899    1,092,317   1,277,668

                                              RECYCLING

PERSONAL SERVICES                         186,144    258,314      249,127      334,139   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment            102,305    118,489      118,489      118,926   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment              22,805     26,250       26,250       27,479   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment           65,499     82,270       82,270       84,233   ___________
Intra Dept Charges - Computer Rental        1,465      1,729        1,729        1,748   ___________
Advertising                                   615      1,224        1,224        1,000   ___________
Office Supplies                               328        510          510          500   ___________
Non-Capital Equipment                                  5,300        5,300        5,300   ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies              8,887     10,000       10,000        9,000   ___________
Uniforms                                      442        510          510          600   ___________
Printing & Photography                        267      1,500        1,500          750   ___________
Postage & Mailing                             251        204          204          204   ___________
Subscription & Membership                     502        510          510          245   ___________
Travel                                        640        510          510          750   ___________
Training                                      275        510          510          250   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                204,281    249,516      249,516      250,985

TOTAL RECYCLING                           390,425    507,830      498,643      585,124
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                                                                              BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                          Experience   Budget      Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                           For Year    For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                           2001-02     2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission



                                   RECYCLING MATERIALS PROCESSING CENTER

PERSONAL SERVICES                             26,040     37,701       39,795       42,985   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment                 5,549      5,664        5,606        5,683   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                    571        769          769          571   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment               4,465      4,630        4,630        5,078   ___________
Electric Service                                            800          800          800   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                    10,585     11,863       11,805       12,132

TOTAL RMPF                                    36,625     49,564       51,600       55,117


                                          RESIDENTIAL COLLECTION

PERSONAL SERVICES                          1,285,324   1,833,820    1,771,858   2,029,465   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment               471,331     521,587      521,587     527,414   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                117,106     134,878      134,878     146,211   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment             260,050     260,237      260,237     282,922   ___________
Special Services                             116,372      87,673       87,673      85,000   ___________
Solid Waste Disposal Charges               1,229,179   1,256,520    1,256,520   1,377,145   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 2,194,038   2,260,895    2,260,895   2,418,692

TOTAL RESIDENTIAL                          3,479,362   4,094,715    4,032,753   4,448,156


                                          COMMERCIAL COLLECTION

PERSONAL SERVICES                            331,144    457,770      542,563      539,176   ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental of Motor Pool Equipment               266,240     276,346      276,346     269,619   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                 69,633      75,658       75,658      80,000   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment             138,307     162,026      162,026     154,818   ___________
Special Services                              13,352      13,619       13,619      15,000   ___________
Solid Waste Disposal Charges               1,185,972   1,089,072    1,089,072   1,340,355   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                 1,673,504   1,616,721    1,616,721   1,859,792

TOTAL COMMERCIAL                           2,004,648   2,074,491    2,159,284   2,398,968
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                                                                                 BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                            Experience    Budget      Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                             For Year     For Year     2002-03       by             by
                                             2001-02      2002-03     Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                           ROLL-OFF CONTAINER SERVICE

PERSONAL SERVICES                                                                     25,406    ___________

Rental of Motor Pool Equipment                                                          4,453   ___________
Gasoline/Motor Pool Equipment                                                           3,211   ___________
Maintenance/Motor Pool Equipment                                                        3,285   ___________
Container Contingency                                       40,000       40,000         5,000   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                                  40,000       40,000       15,949

TOTAL ROLL-OFF SERVICE                                      40,000       40,000       41,355


                                           OTHER CASH DISBURSEMENTS
CAPITAL OUTLAY
Equipment                                       13,885       8,200        8,200         8,200   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                      13,885       8,200        8,200         8,200

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Polk County - Tire Grant                                    11,608       11,608
Storage Area - Welding Shop                      3,650
Addition & Renovation of Offices               151,681
Radio System Upgrade                            97,010      11,786       11,786
Global Positioning System

 SUB-TOTAL                                     252,341      23,394       23,394

DEBT SERVICE
Recycling Trucks and Bins                      146,328     146,328      146,328      146,328    ___________
Recyclable Materials Processing Facility        25,185      25,185       25,185       25,185    ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                     171,513     171,513      171,513      171,513

CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER FUNDS
General Fund - Dividend                        600,000     900,000      900,000      950,000    ___________
PIF - Radio Tower Upgrade (Thru 2012)                       16,173       16,173       16,173    ___________
Fleet Management Fund - New Vehicles           484,571
Contributed Services:
 General Fund                                  129,805     135,000      135,000      137,000    ___________
 Lakeland Linder Regional Airport Fund           8,312       5,100        5,100
 Lakeland Center                                57,880      58,200       58,200       79,200    ___________
 Parking System                                    898         900          900

 SUB-TOTAL                                    1,281,466   1,115,373    1,115,373    1,182,373

 GRAND TOTAL                                  9,026,850   9,200,979    9,193,077   10,168,473
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                                                                                       BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                                Experience     Budget       Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                                 For Year      For Year      2002-03       by             by
                                                 2001-02       2002-03      Estimated City Manager City Commission




Equipment
Roll-Off Containers                            New                                                 8,200


PERSONNEL
                                                                Current      Proposed         Monthly
POSITION TITLE                                                  Budget        Budget           Range
Manager Of Solid Waste                                            1              1          4,040 - 5,684
Recycling Coordinator                                             1              1          2,871 - 4,040
Supervisor Of Solid Waste                                         3              3          2,871 - 4,040
Operations Support Technician III                                 14            14          2,040 - 2,871
Account Clerk III                                                 1              1          1,943 - 2,734
Office Associate II                                               1              1          1,943 - 2,734
Solid Waste Collection Driver II                                  15            15          1,943 - 2,734
Customer Service Representative II                                               1          1,943 - 2,734
Solid Waste Collection Driver I                                    9             9          1,763 - 2,480
Customer Service Representative I                                  2             1          1,763 - 2,480
Solid Waste Collector                                              29           29          1,599 - 2,250
 TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                         76           76




The proposed budget for the Solid Waste Division totals $10.1 million. Included in the new budget are additional revenues
obtained by increasing the residential rate from $13 to $14. Also included are revenues of $250,000 from Lakeland Electric
to mitigate the impact of having to pay higher disposal charges to take refuse to the Polk County landfill instead of burning it
at the McIntosh Power plant. The difference in the cost for disposal is $28 per ton at McIntosh versus $34.50 at the Landfill.

The dividend to the General Fund is proposed to be $950,000, representing a $50,000 increase over the current year.
LAKELAND ELECTRIC
          CITY OF LAKELAND
         Lakeland Electric Revenues
              Fiscal Year 2004



                 Residential Sales
                  $138,693,708
                                                                   Commercial and
                                                                   Industrial Sales
                                                                    $100,956,328




Other Utility                                         Investment
 Revenues         Intracity Sales    Other Electric     Income
$3,293,004          $8,042,653        Revenues        $3,135,100
                                     $28,579,396




                Total = $282,700,189
               CITY OF LAKELAND
               Lakeland Electric Expenses
                    Fiscal Year 2004




                               Other Operating Costs
                                   $33,225,878



                                                              Debt Service
                                                              $35,374,897




                                                                         Payroll
                                                                       $41,305,057




                                                            Transfers to
                                                            Other Funds
                                                            $20,800,000
                                              Transfer to
 Fuel Burned                                   Reserves
$123,777,876            Capital Outlay       $10,876,837
                         $17,339,644




                  Total = $282,700,189
                                               CITY OF LAKELAND
                                                       Lakeland Electric
                                                   Transfers to Other Funds

                            12.0%


                            11.0%


                            10.0%


                            9.0%


                            8.0%


                            7.0%
PERCENT OF GROSS REVENUES




                            6.0%


                            5.0%


                            4.0%


                            3.0%


                            2.0%


                            1.0%


                            0.0%
                                    89   90   91    92   93   94   95   96 97   98   99   00   01   02   03   04
                                                                        YEAR
                                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                           213
                                                  BUDGET SUMMARY

                                                                                  BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience       Budget        Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                         For Year        For Year       2002-03       by             by
                                         2001-02         2002-03       Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                       FULL-ACCRUAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION

ELECTRIC REVENUE**                      232,966,759     245,312,557    272,753,963     279,477,729 ___________

ELECTRIC EXPENSES:
O&M Expenses
 Fuel and Purchased Power                91,152,863      89,312,713    116,577,542     124,196,129    ___________
 Production                              27,466,714      30,105,204     29,166,339      27,906,964    ___________
 Transmission/Distribution               16,038,465      17,973,241     17,846,344      17,197,861    ___________
 Customer Service and Accounting          8,731,827       8,850,653      8,651,433       8,802,927    ___________
 Administrative and General              17,808,272      22,307,089     20,757,325      21,923,183    ___________
   Total O&M Expenses                   161,198,141     168,548,900    192,998,983     200,027,064

Depreciation                             29,076,989      33,192,927     33,389,981      33,079,021 ___________

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE                 190,275,130     201,741,827    226,388,964     233,106,085

OPERATING INCOME                         42,691,629      43,570,730     46,364,999      46,371,644

NON OPERATING INCOME/EXPENSE
 Investment Income             2,503,931                  3,877,400       3,200,141      3,135,100    ___________
 Other Income                     (1,461)                    87,360        (310,144)        87,360    ___________
 Interest Expense            (22,704,737)               (24,390,801)    (23,858,028)   (22,546,139)   ___________
 Amortization                 (1,698,364)                (2,121,012)     (2,101,330)    (2,376,383)   ___________
   Net Non-Operating Items              (21,900,631)    (22,547,053)    (23,069,361)   (21,700,062)

INCOME BEFORE TRANSFERS                  20,790,998      21,023,677     23,295,638      24,671,582

OPERATING TRANSFERS
 City Dividend                           14,525,000      15,525,000     15,525,000      15,615,694 ___________
 City Utilities                           4,786,753       4,753,862      4,759,486       5,184,306 ___________


NET INCOME                                1,479,245         744,815       3,011,152      3,871,582 ___________




**Includes accrual of fuel adjustment revenues in the year in which the related costs are incurred
                                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                             214
                                                  BUDGET SUMMARY

                                                                                      BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience       Budget        Experience       Proposed     Adjustments
                                         For Year        For Year       2002-03            by             by
                                         2001-02         2002-03       Estimated      City Manager City Commission

                                      CASH BASIS FINANCIAL INFORMATION
NET INCOME - FULL ACCRUAL                 1,479,245         744,815      3,011,152        3,871,582 ___________


Adjustments to convert full accrual-based net income to Cash Available for Future Expansion:
 Add Back Non-cash Expenses:
   Depreciation, Amortization         31,191,669   35,732,192    35,909,564      35,873,657 ___________
   Accrued Interest on Capital
    Appreciation Bonds                 1,675,946    1,738,012     1,738,012       1,821,242 ___________
   Unit 5 Maintenance Expense
    Prepaid in Previous Year           1,816,500                  1,800,000       1,800,000

 Deduct Cash Disbursements Excluded
 From Expenses:
   Capitalized Interest Expense       (3,465,683)        (1,500,000)    (1,165,210)      (1,400,000) ___________
   Non-cash Pension Cost Credit                                                            (300,000) ___________
   Capital Transfers to other Funds:
     Renewal & Replacement           (22,073,963)       (23,374,891)   (23,374,891)     (17,020,333)   ___________
     Emergency Repair Fund              (247,553)          (400,000)      (306,660)        (250,000)   ___________
     Fleet Management Fund              (260,511)          (154,300)      (154,300)         (19,339)   ___________
     Public Improvement Fund            (274,624)                                          (299,972)   ___________
   Bond Principal Payments           (10,085,000)       (11,745,000)   (11,745,000)     (13,250,000)   ___________
   Increase in Inventory                 449,867           (500,000)      (500,000)        (200,000)   ___________

Balance Available For
 Reserve For Future Expansion               205,893         540,828      5,212,667      10,626,837 ___________

No Base Rate Increase.
Anticipate 12 mil fuel adjustment for year based on expected natural gas prices.
SMART credits not budgeted.
regular contract positions.
Reductions in project contract labor, use of outside contractual services.
Unit 5 Insurance NOT budgeted
growth - 2.5%.
(position freezes).

Energy Supply
McIntosh Units 1, 2, 7 & 8.
First full year of operating Unit 5.
Expense associated with Unit 5 Maintenance Contract - $3,000,000.
Extended outage planned for Unit 3. Includes replacement of boiler tubes.
Anticipate termination of refuse burning operation.

Energy Delivery
Energy Delivery's FY04 budget is geared to cover the cost of operating their core business. All other initiatives
   have been cut or deferred.
Changes in crew sizes and hours of coverage have resulted in a 25% reduction in overtime budget compared
   to FY02 Actual.
Increase in system loading limits has significantly deferred long term projects.
One Line Clearance crew will be released by beginning of FY04.
Overhead Line Contractors have been released, and will only be used if absolutely necessary to meet deadlines
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                                                                             BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                     Experience      Budget       Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                      For Year       For Year      2002-03       by             by
                                      2001-02        2002-03      Estimated City Manager City Commission

                                             ELECTRIC REVENUE
Sales of Electricity
Residential Sales                    105,942,416    118,746,614   123,265,359   121,978,062 ___________
Fuel Adjustment                       11,810,487                    6,107,664    16,715,646 ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                           117,752,903    118,746,614   129,373,023   138,693,708

Commercial & Industrial Sales
Commercial                            50,345,068     52,968,251    54,072,684    54,927,996 ___________
Industrial                            26,499,267     27,977,505    28,481,038    29,894,561 ___________
Fuel Adjustment                       12,108,101      1,420,154     6,643,057    17,743,332 ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                            88,952,436     82,365,910    89,196,779   102,565,889

Private Area Lights                    3,447,207      3,249,575     3,522,764     3,238,720 ___________
Fuel Adjustment                          249,728                       82,629       253,570 ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                             3,696,935      3,249,575     3,605,393     3,492,290

Public Street & Highway Lighting
Street Lighting                        2,521,860      2,715,495     2,715,495     2,812,571   ___________
Christmas Lighting                        21,444         22,311        22,311        26,020   ___________
Traffic Signals                            8,580          8,950         8,950         8,952   ___________
Fuel Adjustment                          108,300                       36,092        93,259   ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                             2,660,184      2,746,756     2,782,848     2,940,802

Sales for Resale                      16,064,653     15,722,000    15,722,000    10,159,900 ___________
Capacity Charges                       3,050,500     10,111,000    10,111,000     8,173,000 ___________
Accrued Electric Revenue                 414,223
Accrued Fuel Adjustment Receivable   (11,984,190)                   9,010,451

 SUB-TOTAL                             7,545,186     25,833,000    34,843,451    18,332,900

 TOTAL SALES OF ELECTRICITY          220,607,644    232,941,855   259,801,494   266,025,589
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                        Experience     Budget       Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                         For Year      For Year      2002-03       by             by
                                         2001-02       2002-03      Estimated City Manager City Commission

Other Electric Revenues
PSC & Gross Receipts Tax                  5,312,243     5,207,254     5,376,932     6,156,382 ___________
Penalty Charges                           1,471,340     1,136,000     1,166,337     1,230,000 ___________

 SUB-TOTAL                                6,783,583     6,343,254     6,543,269     7,386,382

Miscellaneous Service Revenue
Pole Attachments                           937,073       960,936       952,068      1,105,788   ___________
Facilities Charges                         634,978       414,884       561,133        595,118   ___________
Cut-On Fees                                422,338       300,000       416,665        480,000   ___________
Wheeling Fees                              554,208       554,208       554,208        554,208   ___________
Electric portion of Bad Check Charges      114,843        89,000       102,577        120,000   ___________
All Other                                    3,760       328,000       488,704          5,000   ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               2,667,200     2,647,028     3,075,355     2,860,114

Other Retail Services
Facilities-Tower Rental                     36,300        49,600        43,508         43,300 ___________
Internet                                     3,159                                            ___________
Satellite TV                                15,252                                            ___________
Surge Suppression                          125,933       116,792       125,077        111,200 ___________
Fiber Rental                                                                           74,049 ___________
Intra City PC Support                     1,146,776     1,416,403     1,377,720     1,287,095 ___________
Intra City Telephone Support                254,878       314,019       311,130       315,000 ___________
Billing & Customer Service                1,326,034     1,483,606     1,476,410     1,375,000 ___________

  SUB-TOTAL                               2,908,332     3,380,420     3,333,845     3,205,644

TOTAL ELECTRIC REVENUES                 232,966,759   245,312,557   272,753,963   279,477,729
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                                                                                BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                         Experience    Budget        Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                          For Year     For Year       2002-03       by             by
                                          2001-02      2002-03       Estimated City Manager City Commission



                                                ELECTRIC EXPENSES

PERSONAL SERVICES                        35,528,974    41,017,020    41,017,020    41,005,057 ___________

OPERATING EXPENSES
Rental-Fleet Mgmt Equipment                 689,600       717,304       717,304      718,125 ___________
Gasoline-Fleet Mgmt Equipment               139,524       177,874       177,874      195,071 ___________
Maintenance-Fleet Mgmt Equipment            296,228       291,265       291,265      323,950 ___________
Uninsured Loss Reimbursement                   (250)          -             -
Insurance - Fire                          1,236,372     2,240,200     2,240,200     1,639,131    ___________
Insurance - Public Liability                    -          55,000        55,000           -
Insurance - Position Bond                     5,262         8,773         8,773         7,586    ___________
Insurance - Data Processing                  14,181        20,723        20,723        17,653    ___________
Damage Claims Paid                            4,587        12,000        12,000        12,000    ___________
Water Utility Service                       209,294       181,854       181,854       223,836    ___________
Purchasing & Stores Service               1,048,167     1,000,071     1,000,071     1,005,941    ___________
Stormwater Utility Fees                       4,760         5,326         5,326         4,205    ___________
General Fund Services                     4,024,437     4,141,032     4,141,032     4,115,477    ___________
Electric Utility Service                    602,270       594,496       594,496       785,230    ___________
Wastewater Services                          20,926        43,000        43,000        34,200    ___________
Other City Department Charges               841,127       932,417       932,417     1,210,765    ___________
Legal Fees - City To Electric                   848         3,000         3,000         1,000    ___________
Intra Departmental Charges                  314,793       189,800       189,800        75,000    ___________
Intra-dept Charges-Computer Rental          (16,741)      (42,970)      (42,970)      (42,215)   ___________
Wastewater Re-use Charges                   175,726        44,567        44,567        50,000    ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Telephone       (8,221)          883           883           -      ___________
Intra-Departmental Charges - Radios          86,075        97,812        97,812        82,700    ___________
Contractual Services                     13,491,878    16,209,394    12,975,087    14,813,017    ___________
Legal Fees                                  128,687       177,880       177,880       179,250    ___________
Engineering - Basic                          74,363       252,646       252,646       277,427    ___________
Banking Service                              64,392        57,500        57,500        60,375    ___________
Professional Services                       102,328       197,000       197,000       178,000    ___________
Advertising                                  81,398       168,002       168,002       127,200    ___________
Annual Audit                                 30,630        34,704        34,704        36,439    ___________
Promotions/Public Relations                  49,218       100,000       100,000        75,000    ___________
Interdepartmental Solid Waste Service        27,331        31,042        31,042        24,200    ___________
Contract Labor                            1,637,906     1,367,493     1,367,493       362,496    ___________
Temporary Contract Labor                  3,231,131     2,884,525     2,884,525     1,401,738    ___________
Utility Service-Polk County                     -           1,050         1,050         1,050    ___________
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                                                                         BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                 Experience    Budget         Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                  For Year     For Year        2002-03       by             by
                                  2001-02      2002-03        Estimated City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES (continued)
Office Supplies                     218,375       460,407         460,407       214,740     ___________
Equipment - Noncapital              197,666       182,849         182,849       178,945     ___________
All Other Materials & Supplies      276,486       205,850         205,850       116,291     ___________
Uniforms                            120,475       129,920         129,920       116,950     ___________
Chemicals                         1,008,024     1,517,352       1,517,352       980,405     ___________
Tools & Implements                  172,911       150,981         150,981       223,463     ___________
Auto/Heavy Equipment Fuel           138,542       155,940         155,940        96,000     ___________
Personal Safety Equipment           115,421        78,317          78,317       113,220     ___________
Parts For Equipment               1,923,221     2,080,897       2,080,897     1,556,583     ___________
Materials                         2,369,406     2,885,497       2,885,497     2,317,015     ___________
Use Tax Allocation                   33,091        27,952          27,952        13,475     ___________
Lubricants                          101,014        88,780          88,780       109,480     ___________
Computer Software                   115,237       161,277         161,277        83,025     ___________
Petroleum Coke                    3,287,129     9,157,200       9,157,200           -
Coal                             39,290,960    36,628,790      36,628,790    37,961,720     ___________
Fuel-Pool Operations                259,302       370,000         370,000       440,000     ___________
#2 Oil                            1,104,790       425,920         425,920       469,360     ___________
#6 Oil                            3,316,296       597,620         597,620       271,400     ___________
Natural Gas                      57,006,095    74,998,286      88,543,310    98,723,646     ___________
Natural Gas Demand Charge        11,303,420    14,513,000      14,513,000    15,851,713     ___________
LP Gas                                  398                           -
Limestone                         1,682,611      1,800,000      1,800,000      1,800,000    ___________
Solid Waste Tipping                (477,182)    (1,100,000)    (1,100,000)           -
Solid Waste - Fuel Removal           58,777        118,000        118,000            -
Purchased Transmission               14,620            -              -              -
Purchased Power                  (9,673,245)   (31,207,773)   (16,871,353)   (17,125,300)   ___________
Leases                                4,437                           -          100,000    ___________
Rentals                             475,509       372,066         372,066        618,180    ___________
Repair Of Equipment                 788,495       741,117         741,117        685,683    ___________
Printing & Photography               13,467            18               18           -
Postage & Mailing                   433,152       393,651         393,651        496,130    ___________
Subscription & Membership           293,362       313,248         313,248        265,185    ___________
Telephone, Communications           268,362       423,336         423,336        289,495    ___________
Travel                               66,280       117,821         117,821         93,650    ___________
Training                            287,666       429,484         429,484        359,177    ___________
All Other Sundry Charges             32,860        17,618          17,618         18,480    ___________
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                                                                               BUDGET FOR YEAR 2003-04
                                      Experience      Budget        Experience  Proposed     Adjustments
                                       For Year       For Year       2002-03       by             by
                                       2001-02        2002-03       Estimated City Manager City Commission

OPERATING EXPENSES (continued)
Ad Valorem Taxes                           30,828         38,000         38,000         38,000 ___________
Florida Public Service Commission          34,273         32,754         32,754         37,285 ___________
Gross Receipts Tax Expense              5,500,401      5,174,500      5,174,500      6,119,097 ___________
State Sales Tax Expense                       777         13,148         13,148
Software License & Maintenance            649,004        897,041        897,041        945,374    ___________
Licenses & Permits                        325,639        365,772        365,772        366,428    ___________
Fines & Penalties                           3,000            -              -              -
Bad Debt Expense                        2,076,719        650,000        650,000        740,000    ___________
Contribution to Chamber of Commerce        98,650        100,000        100,000        100,000    ___________
Contribution to FL 2012 Olympic            16,667            -              -              -
Land Acquisition                               16          1,000          1,000          1,000    ___________
Depreciation-Plant                     29,493,305     33,611,180     33,611,180     33,497,274    ___________
Transfer To Self-Insurance                527,885        655,906        655,906      1,218,992    ___________
Transfer To Uninsured Loss                                25,000         25,000         25,000    ___________
Recoveries-Intra Department Charges    (1,472,159)    (1,339,809)    (1,339,809)      (589,958)   ___________
Recoveries-From Outside City           (1,141,124)      (421,389)      (421,389)      (329,872)   ___________
Recoveries-Other Funds                   (100,310)      (175,736)      (175,736)       (74,625)   ___________
Recoveries-Fuels                           (4,473)      (250,000)      (250,000)      (250,000)   ___________
Recoveries-For Water Allocations         (454,427)      (392,908)      (392,908)      (252,889)   ___________
OUC Coal Expense                      (15,716,384)   (14,651,516)   (14,651,516)   (15,184,688)   ___________
OUC Other Fuel Expense                 (2,014,956)    (3,920,080)    (3,920,080)      (620,000)   ___________
OUC Expense                            (7,309,042)    (8,019,140)    (8,019,140)    (8,128,079)   ___________
OUC Admin & General Expense            (1,033,791)    (1,100,000)    (1,100,000)      (991,269)   ___________
 SUB-TOTAL                            154,746,155    160,724,807    185,371,944    192,101,028

TOTAL EXPENSES                        190,275,129    201,741,827    226,388,964    233,106,085
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               RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT PROJECTS BUDGET FOR 2003-2004

                                                                         Less OUC        Total
                                                            Project     Or Recoveries   Project
                                                            Amount         Amount       Amount

Energy Supply
CLP4014 U8 Demineralizer Resin                                 15,000                      15,000
CMP5001 CM Performance Engineering Equipment                    1,000             257         743
CMP5063 JT U3 Fd-141D Flyash Feeder Replacement                20,000           8,000      12,000
CMP5074 CM Plant Site Transportation                            7,500           1,924       5,576
CMP5075 JT Unidentified Power Production                       20,250           8,100      12,150
CMP5079 U1 & U2 Resin Replacement                              11,000                      11,000
CMP5086 JT U3 Demineralizer Resin Replacement                  15,000           6,000       9,000
CMP5157 JT U3 Bottom Ash System Replacement                   345,500         138,200     207,300
CMP5185 JT U3 MBFP Rotating Element Replacement               212,500          85,000     127,500
CMP5195 JT U3 Turbine Generator Major Outage                1,500,000         600,000     900,000
CMP5197 JT Duct Rrp-Scrubber Upgrade/Replacement              132,000          52,800      79,200
CMP5199 JT Mobile Equipment Replacement                     1,394,171         677,668     716,503
CMP5200 JT Underground Cable Replacement                        5,000           2,000       3,000
CMP5209 JT U3 RO Pretreatment Greens and Replacement           10,000           4,000       6,000
CMP5212 JT Scrubber Piping Replacement                        120,000          48,000      72,000
CMP5236 U5 Process Safety Management                           30,000                      30,000
CMP5279 JT U3 Circ Water Line Interior Coat Replacement       509,750         203,900     305,850
CMP5280 JT U3 Scrubber Bypass Duct Replacement                750,000         300,000     450,000
CMP5283 JT U3 ID Fans Inlet Vane Drive Replacement             74,000          29,600      44,400
CMP5284 JT U3 Precip Rapper Dr Coupling House & Support R     146,500          58,600      87,900
CMP5285 U5 NH3 Protective Equipment                            32,500                      32,500
CMP5525 U5 CT LEL Meters                                        8,000                       8,000
CMP5526 JT U3 Landfill Stack-Out Resurfacing                   48,000          19,200      28,800
CPE7219 Unidentified Capital Projects                          12,532                      12,532
CPE7239 JT U3 Coal Yard Lighting Improvements                 200,000          80,000     120,000
CPE7241 U5 ST EHC Pressure Indication                          10,000                      10,000
CPE7242 U5 480V Swgr Voltage & Current Indications             10,000                      10,000
CPE7243 U5 Steam Drain Modifications                           25,000                      25,000
CPE7244 U5 CT Enclosure Fan Upgrade                            25,000                      25,000
CPE7245 U5 Fast Bus Transfer                                   65,000                      65,000
CPE7249 Capital Equipment Purchases                             1,000                       1,000
CPE7257 JT U3 Coal Yard Truck Washing Facility                 40,000          16,000      24,000
CPP6501 PCM Maintenance Tools                                  70,625           9,485      61,140
CPP6504 PCM Environmental Tools-Capital                         5,000             672       4,328
CPP6506 PCM Lab Test Equipment                                  2,500             336       2,164
CPP6509 PCM Plant A/C and Air Handler Contingency              50,005           6,716      43,289
CPP6523 PCM CEMS Continuous Assurance Monitoring               50,000           6,715      43,285
  SUB-TOTAL                                                 5,974,333       2,363,173   3,611,160

Energy Delivery
CDS5013 Capital Support                                        82,773                      82,773
CEC4003 Transformer Replacement-OH Distribution               160,000         140,000      20,000
CEC4004 Transformer Replacement-UG Distribution               135,000          85,000      50,000
CEC4005 Major Line & Safety Equipment                          24,400                      24,400
CEC4006 Dist System Equipment Replacement                      50,000                      50,000
CEC4007 Line Switch Installation                               30,000                      30,000
CEC4008 Padmount Switch Installation                           40,000          20,000      20,000
CEC4009 Capital Storm Restoration                              41,000                      41,000
CEC4011 Distribution Pole Replacement                         170,927                     170,927
CEC4500 Subdivision & Commercial Development                  693,215                     693,215
                              LAKELAND ELECTRIC UTILITY                                          221
                RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT PROJECTS BUDGET FOR 2003-2004

                                                                     Less OUC        Total
                                                       Project      Or Recoveries   Project
                                                       Amount          Amount       Amount

CEC4502 New OH Residential Service                        164,238                      164,238
CEC4503 New UG Residential Service                         78,050                       78,050
CEC4504 Upgrade OH Residential Service                     55,050                       55,050
CEC4505 Upgrade UG Residential Service                     34,000                       34,000
CEC4506 OH Line Extensions                                 42,079                       42,079
CEC4507 UG Line Extensions                                 64,100                       64,100
CEC4508 OH New Commercial Service GS                       28,050                       28,050
CEC4509 UG New Commercial Service GS                       21,600                       21,600
CEC4510 OH Upgrade Commercial Service                      37,000                       37,000
CEC4511 UG Upgrade Commercial Service                      48,100                       48,100
CEC4512 OH New Commercial Service GSD                      14,500                       14,500
CEC4513 UG New Commercial Service GSD                     240,500                      240,500
CEC4515 UG New Commercial Service GSLD                     65,050                       65,050
CEC6119 Op Eng-Unidentified Ug/Oh Projects                365,000         150,000      215,000
CEC6133 Fiberoptic Project Support                          7,706                        7,706
CEC8810 Transmission Pole Replacement                      50,000                       50,000
CED4107 Load Research Equipment                            40,000                       40,000
CEE4001 Major Road Improvements/Relocations               200,000                      200,000
CEE4003 Engineering Project Support                       126,790                      126,790
CEE4020 Roadway Lighting Installations                    378,000                      378,000
CEE4030 City Facilities Lighting Installations            180,200                      180,200
CEE4040 Private Area Lighting Installation                400,000                      400,000
CEE6138 Unidentified Capital Support                    5,187,435                    5,187,435
CEE6238 Kathleen Rd Widening-Line Relocation              105,000                      105,000
CEE6241 T-374 Gay Rd to Dranefield Rd-Reconductor          87,000                       87,000
CEE6260 Fault Indicator Installation                      118,800                      118,800
CEE6262 Dranefield Sub:Dranefield-Waring to S Pipkin       75,000                       75,000
CEE6268 General Reliability Improvements                   65,000                       65,000
CEE6272 Line Regulator Installations                      100,000                      100,000
CEM4005 Major Line & Shop Equipment                        12,000                       12,000
CEM6133 J-644 69kV Breaker Replacement                     47,500                       47,500
CEM6134 L-644 69kV Breaker Replacement                     47,500                       47,500
CEM6135 M-634 69kV Breaker Replacement                     47,500                       47,500
CEM6212 Voltage Regulator Upgrade                          65,000                       65,000
CEM6217 G-364 12kV Breaker Replacement                     19,500                       19,500
CEM6223 G-374 12kV Breaker Replacement                     19,500                       19,500
CEM6235 DNP Protocol Tester                                 4,200                        4,200
CEM6269 Replacement of Distribution Feeder Relays          80,000                       80,000
CEM6273 Transmission Metering                               5,000                        5,000
CIS5106 Communication Equipment / Software                 75,000                       75,000
CIT4036 ED-Work Order System                               25,000                       25,000
CPM6001 Long-term Project Resources                        46,239                       46,239
CSC4006 Purchase New Electric Meters                      257,000                      257,000
CSC6239 OMAR System Replacement                           600,000                      600,000
CSC6240 Electric Meter Data Collection System             175,000                      175,000
CSR5614 Dist Capacitor Installation & Automation          122,000                      122,000
CSR6251 Reliability-Recloser Installation                 220,000                      220,000
CTC5102 Test Equipment                                     20,000                       20,000
CTC5110 Wireless Data & Voice Network                      10,000                       10,000
  SUB-TOTAL                                            11,703,502         395,000   11,308,502
                              LAKELAND ELECTRIC UTILITY                                           222
                RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENT PROJECTS BUDGET FOR 2003-2004

                                                                      Less OUC        Total
                                                        Project      Or Recoveries   Project
                                                        Amount          Amount       Amount

Customer Service
CCS4003 ITRON Upgrade                                      73,000                       73,000
  SUB-TOTAL                                                73,000                       73,000

Corporate Service
CCO4304 Corporate Services Maximo Implementation            51,282                       51,282
CCO5013 Capital Project Support                            318,998          12,500      306,498
CCO5761 SANS                                                86,000                       86,000
CDO5006 ISS LAN Systems                                    214,000                      214,000
CDO7001 PCM Equipment for Training Instructor-Capital        6,000             806        5,194
CFM5712 Major Equipment Purchases                            4,000                        4,000
CFM5720 Furniture Requirements - Capital                    10,000                       10,000
CFM5727 Carpet Replacement Lakeland Electric                10,000                       10,000
CFM8749 Coating of T&D Building                             60,000                       60,000
CIS4003 PC Systems Upgrade/Replacements                    457,980                      457,980
CIS4005 GIS/CAD Replacement                                 48,500                       48,500
CIS5014 Wireless LAN                                       150,000                      150,000
CIS5105 Wiring Upgrade                                      82,000                       82,000
CIT4036 ED-Work Order System                                30,250                       30,250
CIT4106 FOCUS (Upgrades & Add'l Functionality)             251,000                      251,000
CIT7030 PCM Work Order System - Energy Supply               30,250           4,063       26,187
CRR303 UtiliPrice Application Enhancement                   15,000                       15,000
CSS4701 Copy Machines                                       21,000                       21,000
CSS7040 PCM Copy Machines                                   21,000           2,820       18,180
CTR5719 Training - Capital                                   8,000                        8,000
CTR7002 U5 Multi-Craft Program Development                  70,000                       70,000
  SUB-TOTAL                                              1,945,260          20,189    1,925,071

General Manager
CGM4252 JT Ambient Air Monitoring                         171,000           68,400     102,600
  SUB-TOTAL                                               171,000           68,400     102,600

Total R&R Projects                                      19,867,095       2,846,762   17,020,333
                                    LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                                   223


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                                        FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                          Budget        Budget          Range

SUMMARY BY BUSINESS UNIT
  General Manager                                               17            17
  Energy Supply                                                293           292
  Energy Delivery                                              239           242
  Customer Service                                             119           119
  Corporate Service                                             77            75
    TOTAL FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES                                  745           745



PART-TIME / SEASONAL
  Customer Service Representative I                             18            18
  Energy Supply Trainees                                        20            20
  College Interns                                                5             5
  Co-op Students                                                 9             9
  DCT/BCE Students                                              10            10
  High School Summer Interns                                     4             4
  Occupational Training Program Student                          1             1
    TOTAL PART-TIME EMPLOYEES                                   67            67



CONTRACT LABOR                                                  47            45




                         DETAILS BY BUSINESS UNIT



GENERAL MANAGER
  General Manager                                                   1             1   8,818 - 12,408
  Director of Diversified Services                                  1             1   6,267 - 8,818
  Executive Assistant                                               1             1   3,015 - 4,242
  Public Information Specialist                                     1             1   3,015 - 4,242
  Administrative Assistant                                          2             2   2,142 - 3,015
  Office Associate II                                               1             1   1,943 - 2,734
  General Manager/Regulatory & Legislative Affairs
  Director of Regulatory and Legislative Affairs                 1             1      6,580 -   9,259
  Senior Business Development Manager                            1             1      5,156 -   7,255
  Manager Of Environmental Affairs                               1             1      4,910 -   6,909
  Business Operations Manager II                                 1             1      4,454 -   6,267
  Environmental Coordinator                                      1             1      4,242 -   5,969
  Engineer III                                                   2             2      4,040 -   5,684
  Engineering Technician IV                                      1             1      3,165 -   4,454
  Program Coordinator                                            1             1      2,871 -   4,040
  Office Associate I                                             1             1      1,763 -   2,480
                                              Sub-total         17            17
                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                                224


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                                  FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                    Budget        Budget          Range

ENERGY SUPPLY BUSINESS UNIT
  Business Unit Director-Energy Supply                        1             1 6,580 - 9,259
  Senior Electric Project Manager                             1             1 5,684 - 7,998
  Energy Supply/Production
  Manager Energy Production                                1             1      5,684 -   7,998
  Superintendent Of Maintenance- Power Production          1             1      4,910 -   6,909
  Superintendent of N McIntosh Plant                       1             1      4,910 -   6,909
  Superintendent Of Operations- Power Production           1             1      4,910 -   6,909
  Power Production Supervisor                             10            10      4,242 -   5,969
  Power Production Projects Coordinator                    1             1      4,242 -   5,969
  Power Production Foreman                                29            29      3,664 -   5,156
  Multicraft Operator                                     18            18      3,490 -   4,910
  Control Center Operator                                 10            10      3,324 -   4,677
  Instrument And Control Specialist                        3             3      3,324 -   4,677
  Station Electrician                                     19            19      3,324 -   4,677
  Control Center Operator - Larsen                         5             5      3,165 -   4,454
  Instrument And Control Technician II                    14            14      3,165 -   4,454
  Maintenance Coordinator                                  4             4      3,165 -   4,454
  Plant Mechanic II                                       24            24      3,165 -   4,454
  Plant Welder                                             9             9      3,165 -   4,454
  Materials Planner                                        1             1      2,871 -   4,040
  Power Plant Operator III                                44            44      2,871 -   4,040
  Power Plant Operator II                                 15            15      2,480 -   3,490
  Industrial Coatings Foreman                              1             1      2,362 -   3,324
  Operations Support Supervisor II                         2             2      2,604 -   3,664
  Power Plant Operator I                                   1             1      2,250 -   3,165
  Industrial Coatings Specialist                           3             3      2,142 -   3,015
  Operations Support Technician IV                         1             1      2,142 -   3,015
  Warehouse Operations Technician I                        1             1      2,040 -   2,871
  Account Clerk III                                        1             1      1,943 -   2,734
  Office Associate II                                      1             1      1,943 -   2,734
  Account Clerk II                                         1             1      1,763 -   2,480
  Office Associate I                                       3             3      1,763 -   2,480
  Energy Supply/Engineering
  Energy Supply Engineering Manager                           1             1   5,684 -   7,998
  Engineering Supervisor                                      2             2   5,156 -   7,255
  Professional Engineer                                       5             5   4,454 -   6,267
  Power Plant Construction Supervisor                         1             1   4,242 -   5,969
  Engineer III                                                7             7   4,040 -   5,684
  Power Production Foreman                                    4             4   3,664 -   5,156
  Laboratory Chemist                                          1             1   3,490 -   4,910
  Regulatory Programs Coordinator                             1             1   3,324 -   4,677
  Engineering Technician IV                                   4             4   3,165 -   4,454
  Plant Mechanic II                                           1             1   3,165 -   4,454
  Engineering Technician III                                  3             3   2,871 -   4,040
  Power Plant Technician                                      4             4   2,871 -   4,040
  Engineering Technician II                                   1             1   2,604 -   3,664
  Office Associate II                                         1             1   1,943 -   2,734
  Office Associate I                                          1             1   1,763 -   2,480
                               LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                               225


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                               FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                 Budget        Budget          Range

ENERGY SUPPLY BUSINESS UNIT (continued)
  Energy Supply/Wholesale Energy & Fuels
  Wholesale Energy and Fuels Manager                       1             1   5,414 -   7,618
  Energy Resource Specialist                               1             1   4,040 -   5,684
  Fuels Coordinator                                        2             2   3,664 -   5,156
  Power Production Foreman                                 1             1   3,664 -   5,156
  Statistician                                             1             1   2,142 -   3,015
  Plant Helper                                             1             0   1,943 -   2,734
  Energy Supply/Business Operations
  Business Operations Manager III                       1             1      4,910 -   6,909
  Energy Resource Specialist                            1             1      4,040 -   5,684
  Electric Utility Analyst                              1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Planning Specialist II                                1             1      3,664 -   5,156
  Business Analyst                                      1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Computer Applications Specialist                      1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Superintendent Of Stores                              1             1      3,015 -   4,242
  Inventory Control Specialist                          1             1      2,604 -   3,664
  Account Clerk IV                                      1             1      2,142 -   3,015
  Warehouse Operations Technician II                    4             4      2,142 -   3,015
  Warehouse Operations Technician I                     5             5      2,040 -   2,871
  Account Clerk III                                     2             2      1,943 -   2,734
  Office Associate I                                    1             1      1,763 -   2,480
  Operations Support Technician I                       1             1      1,763 -   2,480
                                      Subtotal        293           292

Part Time:
   Energy Supply/Production
   DCT/BCE Students                                     3             3
   Energy Supply Trainee                               20            20
   Energy Supply/Engineering
   Co-op Students                                          4             4
   Energy Supply/Business Operations
   Co-op Students                                          1             1
Contract Labor:
   Energy Supply/Production
   Heavy Equipment Operators                               8             8
   Job Planner                                             2             2
   Laborers                                                9             9
   Maintenance Worker II                                   9             9
   Plant Helpers                                           2             2
   Plant Mechanic                                          3             3
   Power Plant Technician                                  3             3
   Tool Room Attendant                                     2             2
   Energy Supply/Business Operations
   Account Clerk II                                        1             1
   Maintenance Worker II                                   1             1
   Storekeeper                                             1             1
                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                                226


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                                  FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                    Budget        Budget          Range

ENERGY DELIVERY BUSINESS UNIT
  Business Unit Director-Energy Delivery                      1             1   6,580 -   9,259
  ED Accident Prevention & Training Supervisor                0             1   4,040 -   5,684
  Senior ED Skills Training Technician                        0             1   3,664 -   5,156
  ED Skills Trainer                                           0             1   3,490 -   4,910
  Energy Delivery/Operations
  Energy Delivery Operations Manager                       1             1      4,910 -   6,909
  System Operations Engineer                               1             1      4,454 -   6,267
  T&D Supervisor                                           5             5      4,242 -   5,969
  Utilities Resource Coordinator                           1             1      3,847 -   5,414
  Electrician Foreman                                      1             1      3,664 -   5,156
  Lead Transmission/Distribution Lineperson               12            12      3,664 -   5,156
  Electrician 1st Class                                    2             2      3,324 -   4,677
  Lineman 1st Class                                       35            35      3,324 -   4,677
  Engineering Technician II                                1             1      2,604 -   3,664
  Utility Line Inspector                                   3             3      2,604 -   3,664
  Lineman Apprentice                                      29            29      2,480 -   3,490
  Special Equipment Operator                               2             2      2,480 -   3,490
  Traffic Control Foreman                                  1             1      2,040 -   2,871
  Traffic Control Technician                               2             2      1,679 -   2,362
  Energy Delivery/System Operations & Reliability
  System Control and Reliability Manager                   1             1      5,684 -   7,998
  Senior Electric Project Manager                          1             1      5,684 -   7,998
  Supervisor of Electric System Control                    1             1      4,677 -   6,580
  T&D Supervisor                                           1             1      4,242 -   5,969
  Engineer III                                             1             1      4,040 -   5,684
  Supervisor of Troublemen                                 0             1      3,847 -   5,414
  Systems Analyst                                          1             1      3,847 -   5,414
  Electric System Operator                                12            12      3,664 -   5,156
  Lead Transmission/Distribution Lineperson                1             0      3,664 -   5,156
  Planning Specialist II                                   2             2      3,664 -   5,156
  Troubleman                                               0             7      3,490 -   4,910
  Engineer I                                               1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Key Account Manager                                      1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Lineman 1st Class                                        7             0      3,324 -   4,677
  Database Analyst I                                       1             1      3,165 -   4,454
  Line Clearance Coordinator                               3             3      3,165 -   4,454
  Energy Delivery/Engineering
  Energy Delivery Engineering Manager                      1             1      5,684 -   7,998
  Engineering Supervisor                                   1             1      5,156 -   7,255
  Professional Engineer                                    4             4      4,454 -   6,267
  Engineer III                                             4             4      4,040 -   5,684
  Engineering Technician Supervisor                        2             2      3,664 -   5,156
  Engineer I                                               1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Engineering Technician IV                               10            10      3,165 -   4,454
  Engineering Technician III                               8             8      2,871 -   4,040
  Engineering Technician II                                2             2      2,604 -   3,664
  Office Associate II                                      1             1      1,943 -   2,734
                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                                 227


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                                   FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                     Budget        Budget          Range

ENERGY DELIVERY BUSINESS UNIT (continued)
  Energy Delivery/Substation Operations
  Manager of Substation Operations                          1             1      5,684 -   7,998
  Engineering Supervisor                                    1             1      5,156 -   7,255
  Professional Engineer                                     2             2      4,454 -   6,267
  Telecommunications Engineering Supervisor                 1             1      4,454 -   6,267
  T&D Supervisor                                            1             1      4,242 -   5,969
  Engineer III                                              4             4      4,040 -   5,684
  Chief Electronics/Relay Technician                        3             3      3,847 -   5,414
  Chief Meter Technician                                    1             1      3,847 -   5,414
  Utilities Resource Coordinator                            1             1      3,847 -   5,414
  Electrician Foreman                                       2             2      3,664 -   5,156
  Engineer II                                               1             1      3,664 -   5,156
  Apparatus Repairer Foreman                                1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Electrician 1st Class                                     8             8      3,324 -   4,677
  Electronics/Relay Technician                             10            10      3,324 -   4,677
  Fiber Optics Technician                                   1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Meter Technician III                                      3             3      3,324 -   4,677
  Engineering Technician IV                                 1             1      3,165 -   4,454
  Apparatus Repairer 1st Class                              4             4      2,871 -   4,040
  Engineering Technician III                                1             1      2,871 -   4,040
  Meter Technician II                                       2             2      2,871 -   4,040
  Telecommunications Service Coordinator                    1             1      2,871 -   4,040
  Electrician Apprentice                                    4             4      2,734 -   3,847
  Industrial Coatings Foreman                               1             1      2,362 -   3,324
  Materials Reclaimer II                                    1             1      2,250 -   3,165
  Industrial Coatings Specialist                            2             2      2,142 -   3,015
  Materials Reclaimer I                                     1             1      1,943 -   2,734
  Account Clerk II                                          1             1      1,763 -   2,480
  Operations Support Technician I                           2             2      1,763 -   2,480
  Energy Delivery/Business Operations
  Business Operations Manager II                            1             1      4,454 -   6,267
  Business Analyst                                          1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Computer Applications Specialist                          1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Materials Planner                                         1             1      2,871 -   4,040
  Telecomm Billing Operations Analyst II                    1             1      2,734 -   3,847
  Account Clerk IV                                          1             1      2,142 -   3,015
  Account Clerk III                                         3             3      1,943 -   2,734
  Office Associate II                                       2             2      1,943 -   2,734
  Office Assistant II                                       1             1      1,599 -   2,250
                                         Sub-total        239           242

Part Time Seasonal:
   Energy Delivery/Substation Operations
   Co-op Students                                              1             1
   Energy Delivery/Business Operations
   BCE Students                                                2             2
Contract Labor:
   Energy Delivery/Substation Operations
   Electric/Relay Technician                                   1             1
   Engineering Technician II                                   1             1
   Meter Technician I                                          2             2
                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                                   228


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                                     FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                       Budget        Budget          Range

CUSTOMER SERVICE BUSINESS UNIT
  Business Unit Director-Customer Service                        1             1 6,267 - 8,818
  Customer Service/Major Accounts
  Energy and Business Services Manager                           1             1   4,910 -   6,909
  Electric Utility Analyst                                       0             1   3,324 -   4,677
  Key Account Manager                                            3             0   3,324 -   4,677
  Senior Account Executive                                       0             1   3,324 -   4,677
  Account Executive                                              0             2   3,015 -   4,242
  Engineering Technician II                                      1             0   2,604 -   3,664
  Commercial Account Specialist                                  1             3   1,943 -   2,734
  Customer Service/Customer Contact
  Call Center Manager                                         1             1      3,664 -   5,156
  Customer Service Team Leader                                4             4      2,362 -   3,324
  Customer Service Representative II                         18            16      1,943 -   2,734
  Customer Service Representative I                          16            16      1,763 -   2,480
  Customer Service/Consumer Programs
  Consumer Programs Manager                                      1             1 3,664 - 5,156
  Energy Analyst II                                              4             4 2,734 - 3,847
  Customer Service Representative II                             5             5 1,943 - 2,734
  Customer Service/Field Services
  Manager of Field Services                                   1             1      3,664 -   5,156
  Field Service Supervisor                                    1             1      2,871 -   4,040
  Energy Diversion Investigator                               2             2      2,480 -   3,490
  Field Services Coordinator                                  1             1      2,480 -   3,490
  Meter Service Worker                                       12            12      2,362 -   3,324
  Meter Reading Coordinator                                   2             2      2,142 -   3,015
  Account Clerk III                                           1             1      1,943 -   2,734
  Meter Reader                                               20            20      1,943 -   2,734
  Office Associate II                                         1             1      1,943 -   2,734
  Customer Service/Business Operations
  Business Operations Manager I                               1             1      4,040 -   5,684
  Business Analyst                                            1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Computer Applications Specialist                            1             1      3,324 -   4,677
  Collections Supervisor                                      1             1      2,604 -   3,664
  Customer Service Team Leader                                2             2      2,362 -   3,324
  Statistician                                                1             1      2,142 -   3,015
  Customer Service Representative II                          7             7      1,943 -   2,734
  Customer Service Representative I                           8             8      1,763 -   2,480
                                            Subtotal        119           119

Part Time Seasonal:
   Customer Service/Customer Contact
   Customer Service Representative I                         16            16
   Customer Service/Business Operations
   Customer Service Representative I                             2             2
                                LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                                 229


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                                  FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                    Budget        Budget          Range

CORPORATE SERVICE BUSINESS UNIT
  Business Unit Director-Corporate Services                   1             1   6,267 -   8,818
  Business Operations Manager II                              1             1   4,454 -   6,267
  Human Resources Manager                                     1             1   4,454 -   6,267
  Engineering Technician IV                                   1             0   3,165 -   4,454
  Corporate Service/Corporate Pricing & Reporting
  Manager of Corporate Pricing & Reporting                    1             1   4,910 -   6,909
  Engineer III                                                1             1   4,040 -   5,684
  Planning Specialist III                                     0             1   4,040 -   5,684
  Planning Specialist II                                      1             0   3,664 -   5,156
  Data Analyst II                                             1             2   2,604 -   3,664
  Data Analyst I                                              1             1   2,362 -   3,324
  Office Associate II                                         1             1   1,943 -   2,734
  Corporate Service/Information Technology
  Manager of Information Technology                           1             1   4,910 -   6,909
  Systems Administrator                                       2             2   4,040 -   5,684
  Network Coordinator                                         1             1   3,847 -   5,414
  Systems Analyst                                             2             2   3,847 -   5,414
  Programmer III                                              1             1   3,664 -   5,156
  Database Analyst II                                         2             2   3,490 -   4,910
  Chief PC Technician                                         1             1   3,324 -   4,677
  Computer Applications Specialist                            2             3   3,324 -   4,677
  Database Analyst I                                          3             3   3,165 -   4,454
  Network Technician                                          3             3   3,165 -   4,454
  PC Technician III                                           1             1   3,015 -   4,242
  PC Technician II                                            3             3   2,734 -   3,847
  GIS Technician II                                           4             4   2,604 -   3,664
  PC Technician I                                             4             4   2,480 -   3,490
  GIS Technician I                                            1             1   2,362 -   3,324
  Computer Operator II                                        2             2   2,142 -   3,015
  Account Clerk III                                           1             1   1,943 -   2,734
  Office Associate II                                         1             1   1,943 -   2,734
  Corporate Service/Contract Services
  Contracts Administrator                                     1             1   4,454 -   6,267
  Utilities Right-Of-Way Officer                              1             1   3,664 -   5,156
  Engineering Technician III                                  2             2   2,871 -   4,040
  Office Associate II                                         1             1   1,943 -   2,734
                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC                                                230


PERSONNEL SCHEDULE                                  FY 2003       FY 2004         Monthly
                                                    Budget        Budget          Range

CORPORATE SERVICE BUSINESS UNIT
  Corporate Service/Staff Support Services
  Staff Support Services Manager                              1             1   4,040 -   5,684
  Supervisor of Technical Training                            1             0   3,847 -   5,414
  Lineman 1st Class                                           2             0   3,324 -   4,677
  Training Specialist                                         3             3   3,324 -   4,677
  HR Generalist                                               1             1   2,871 -   4,040
  Engineering Technician II                                   1             1   2,604 -   3,664
  Supervisor of Support Services                              1             1   2,604 -   3,664
  Process Analyst                                             1             1   2,480 -   3,490
  Employee Program Specialist                                 1             1   2,250 -   3,165
  Administrative Assistant                                    1             1   2,142 -   3,015
  Account Clerk III                                           1             1   1,943 -   2,734
  Office Associate II                                         1             1   1,943 -   2,734
  Account Clerk II                                            2             2   1,763 -   2,480
  Office Associate I                                          3             3   1,763 -   2,480
  Account Clerk I                                             3             3   1,599 -   2,250
  Office Assistant II                                         1             1   1,599 -   2,250
  Corporate Service/Marketing
  Utilities Marketing Manager                              1             1 3,664 - 5,156
  Utilities Communications Officer                         1             1 2,734 - 3,847
  Utility Education Representative                         1             1 2,362 - 3,324
                                         Subtotal         77            75

PART-TIME / SEASONAL
  Corporate Service/Staff Support Services
  BCE Students                                                3             3
  Corporate Service/Marketing
  College Interns                                             5             5
  Co-op Students                                              3             3
  DCT/BCE Students                                            2             2
  High School Summer Interns                                  4             4
  Occupational Training Program Student                       1             1

Contract Labor:
  Corporate Service/Marketing
  Graphic Artist                                              1             0
  Corporate Service/Corporate Pricing & Reporting
  Engineering Technician I                                    1             0
                                                                                LAKELAND ELECTRIC
                                                                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

                                                      ADJUSTED
                                                        2003    2004     2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                                       BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
REVENUES:
Transfer from Operating Fund to
 Renewal and Replacement Fund                         18,821,982 17,020,333 17,446,000 17,882,000 18,329,000 18,787,000 19,257,000 19,738,000 20,231,000 20,231,000 20,737,000
Transfer from Reserve for Future Expansion             7,683,000 16,264,000 29,837,000 57,345,000 37,592,000 12,839,000 18,598,000 22,703,000 63,829,000 70,561,000 51,023,000

TOTAL REVENUES                                        26,504,982 33,284,333 47,283,000 75,227,000 55,921,000 31,626,000 37,855,000 42,441,000 84,060,000 90,792,000 71,760,000

EXPENDITURES:
Administration Building                                    700,000              300,000
Administration Garage Repairs                               50,000
Data Warehouse                                              87,000   300,000    250,000       250,000
Operations Control Center                                                       500,000     2,500,000   2,500,000
Technical Training Center                                                       433,000
Customer Service Billing System                                                 100,000     3,000,000   2,000,000
Annual Underground
Fiber Optic Cable                                          250,000   200,000     250,000      250,000    250,000     250,000     250,000     250,000     250,000     250,000     250,000
RTU Replacement                                                      143,000     143,000      143,000    143,000
McIntosh Plant Administration Building                                         1,301,000    1,301,000
McIntosh Plant Re-use Water Deep Well                                771,000   5,584,000    3,178,000
McIntosh Plant Compressed Air Systems                                            411,000      411,000    411,000
McIntosh Plant Refuse Improvements                                               923,000
230kv/69kv Transmission Lines
  Glendale-Eaton Park 69kv Line                                                              984,000
  Interstate-Gibsonia 69kv Line                                                                                                 2,550,000   1,170,000     88,000
  Interstate-Northwest 69kv Line Rebuild                                        232,000
  Medulla-Glendale 69kv Line                                                                                                                2,437,000    417,000
  Orangedale Add 69 kV Capacitor Bank & 10MVAR                                               220,000                             250,000
  Socrum-Hemphill 69kv line                                200,000   300,000
  Tenoroc-Northwest 69kv Line                                                    56,000                  263,000    2,632,000
  Transmission Line Life Extension                                                                                                                      2,000,000               1,000,000
  West-Winston 69kv Line Upgrade                           164,000
Substations
  Banana Lake Substation, Tx & Feeders                     275,000                          1,376,000   2,080,000
  Bridgewater Substation, Tx & Feeders                                          260,000                 2,041,000   1,676,000
  County Line North Substation, Tx & Feeders                                    936,000     4,687,000
  County Line South Substations, Tx & Feeders                                   300,000                                         2,040,000   7,523,000
  Eaton Park Substation Rebuild                                                 500,000
  Galloway Substation Capacity Upgrades                                                     1,700,000    800,000
  Glendale Substation Rebuild                                                                            588,000     490,000
  Highland City Sub Capacity upgrades                                          2,098,000
  Indian Lake Substation, Tx & Feeders                                           300,000                            2,075,000   6,918,000    773,000
  Interstate Substation - 2nd Transformer & Feeders                              688,000    1,100,000
  Mt. Olive Substation, Tx & Feeders                                 109,000                             800,000    2,681,000    225,000
  Generic Substation 2011, Tx & Feeders                                                      320,000                                        1,550,000   2,594,000
  Generic Substation 2012, Tx & Feeders                                                                  335,000                                        2,500,000   2,698,000
  Generic Substation 2013, Tx & Feeders                                                                              350,000                                        1,613,000   2,773,000
  Generic Substation 2014, Tx & Feeders                                                                                          365,000
  Generic Substation 2016, Tx & Feeders                                                                                                                  380,000
Larsen Plant Unit 7 - Repower                                                              22,300,000 20,000,000
Larsen Plant Unit 8
  Larsen Plant U8 Condenser Retube                                                           500,000
  Larsen Plant U8 Turbine Controls                         300,000              150,000
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  Larsen Plant Unit 8 Generation Reliability Improvement                                                                        1,000,000   2,000,000   2,000,000   1,000,000   1,000,000
                                                                 LAKELAND ELECTRIC
                                                                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

                                       ADJUSTED
                                         2003    2004     2005      2006      2007      2008      2009      2010      2011      2012      2013
                                        BUDGET PROPOSED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED PROJECTED
EXPENDITURES (continued):
McIntosh Plant Unit 1:
 Generation Reliability Improvement                 3,000,000   4,100,000   2,650,000   2,000,000
 Repower                                                                                                                    2,000,000 25,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000
McIntosh Plant Unit 2:
 Circulating Water Line                                           750,000
 Cooling Tower Structure                                        1,500,000
 Generation Reliability Improvement                             4,000,000   4,000,000   2,000,000   1,385,000
 Repower                                                                                                                    2,000,000 25,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000
McIntosh Plant Unit 3:
 Air Reheater Basket                     300,000
 Ball Ring Gear                           30,000
 Bottom Ash Grates                       120,000     120,000
 Clean Air Act Improvements               60,000                1,236,000   5,000,000
 Coal Yard Reconstruction                                                     720,000
 Coal Yard System Improvements           671,000      473,000    536,000      455,000    281,000
 Condenser Tubes                         960,000    1,740,000
 Controls Upgrade (Incl Turbine)         480,000      412,000
 High Temp Reheater Replacement                                                                      800,000     800,000
 Landfill Expansion                     1,620,000   3,000,000                            600,000                                         600,000
 Low Nox Burners                          630,000
 Painting                                 786,000    246,000
 Replace Rail Cars                                   450,000
 Scrubber Improvements                                                                                          1,200,000
 Generation Reliability Improvement                                                                             3,000,000   3,000,000   3,000,000   3,000,000   3,000,000
McIntosh Plant Unit 5 Combined Cycle                                         300,000     500,000     500,000                                        2,000,000   3,000,000
MCI New Peaker                                     5,000,000 2,000,000
TOTAL LONG TERM CAPITAL PROJECTS        7,683,000 16,264,000 29,837,000 57,345,000 37,592,000 12,839,000 18,598,000 22,703,000 63,829,000 70,561,000 51,023,000

RENEWAL & REPLACEMENT PROJECTS         18,821,982 17,020,333 17,446,000 17,882,000 18,329,000 18,787,000 19,257,000 19,738,000 20,231,000 20,231,000 20,737,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                     26,504,982 33,284,333 47,283,000 75,227,000 55,921,000 31,626,000 37,855,000 42,441,000 84,060,000 90,792,000 71,760,000
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