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					2010-2011 Budget                                                         Citv of Newport, Rhode Island


                                     WATER FUND



        On December 9, 2008, under Docket No. 4025, the City of Newport, Department of
        Utilities, Water Division filed an application to increase its rates with the Rhode Island
        Public Utilities Commission (RIPUC). The evidentiary hearing before the Commission of
        Public Utilities and Carriers was held May 27, 2009, The RIPUC issued a decision on the
        application for a rate increase on June 25, 2009. The decision is effective for all water
        sold after July 1, 2009..

        The FY 2010-2011 operating and capital budget is based on the Order issued for Docket
        No. 4025.




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        CITY OF NEWPORT, RI
        WATER FUND
        GENERAL INFORMATION


        The water fund is regulated by the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (RIPUC),
        All user rates must be approved by the RIPUC, In preparation for a rate filing, the City
        of Newport starts with the cost of service for a test year, A cost of service rate model is
        then developed for the proposed rate year, The rate request is filed with the RIPUC who,
        along with eligible intervenors, can request additional information. A settlement may be
        reached and approved by the RIPUC or the request may go to a full hearing. Docket
        4025 was not resolved by a settlement agreement. A contested hearing on Newport
        Water's application to increase rates request was held on May 27, 2009. The parties in
        the contested hearing were Newport Water, The Division of Public Utilities and Carriers,
        Portsmouth Water and Fire District and the United States Department of the Navy,

        On June 25, 2009, the PUC issued its decision on Newport Water's requested rate
        increase, The PUC's decision allows for an 15.31 % increase in rates. The result of this
        increase is that Newport Water's retail rate of$4,54 per thousand gallons increased to
        $5.25 per thousand gallons. The wholesale rates for the Department of the Navy, Naval
        Station Newport also increased from $2,795 per thousand gallons to $3.228 per thousand
        gallons and the Portsmouth Water and Fire District rate increased from $2.227 per
        thousand gallons to $2.573 per thousand gallons. The new rates became effective for
        water sold after July 1,2009. The PUC decision also approved all expenses of the water
        utility to be supported by the revenue with the new rates.


         The PUC requires the Water Fund to maintain restricted cash accounts for chemicals,
        electricity, debt service, capital, retiree accrued benefits buyout and retiree health
        insurance increases. The City is required to fund the accounts on a monthly basis in an
        amount sufficient to pay for the cost of the respective item; for example the approved
        amount of chemical expenditures for the year is divided by 12 and that becomes the
        required monthly contribution. The City can then reimburse the water fund checking
        account from the restricted accounts for eligible expenses also on a monthly basis, The
        required funding amounts are agreed to as part of the Order for Docket 4025.

        The FYI 0-11 budget reflects the revenue and expenses approved as part of the Order for
        Docket 4025.




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         WATER FUND
        The following divisions and functions fall under the Water Fund:

        Water Administration - The Director of Utilities and Deputy Director-Finance and
        Deputy Director-Engineering are charged with overall management and leadership of the
        Department. They are responsible for long- and short-term plaoning, operational analysis,
        budget development, and coordination of the activities ofthe organization's several
        divisions. Other activities for the office include compilation of data for the State Health
        Department, as well as handling of customer complaints and requests for service.

        Customer Services Accounts - supports the metering, billing, and revenue-collecting
        functions of the Water Department.

        Source of Supply - provides for maintenance and operation of the raw water collection
        and transmission facilities.

        Newport Water Plant - supports the operation and maintenance of the water treatment
        aspect of the water purification process and the water pumping facilities in the process of
        the Water Treatment Plant located on 100 Bliss Mine Road.

        Lawton Valley - supports the operation and maintenance of the water treatment aspect of
        the water purification process and the pumping facilities in the process at the Water
        Treatment Plant located at 2154 West Main Road.

        Laboratory - responsible for analyzing raw water samples taken from the system's nine
        reservoirs, as well as treated water samples from the distribution system and the treatment
        plants, in order to assure adherence to safe drinking water standards.

        Distribution System - supports the operation and maintenance of the City's water storage
        and distribution system in Newport and Middletown. These facilities include: mains and
        gates; water storage tanks; the high-service area booster pumping station; and water
        services within public right-of-ways.

        Fire Protection - identifies expenses attributable to the installation and maintenance of
        public and private fire protection components of the water distribution system.




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         WATER FUND
        FY 2010 Short-term goals, measures and status:

        Goal #1:      To coordinate all activities of the Water Division to maintain safe and
                      adequate supply reservoirs; to ensure quality drinking water to our
                      customers by complying with the requirements of State and Federal
                      agencies; to invest a prudent budget where system improvements are
                      necessary and toward preventative maintenance; and to communicate
                      effectively with the Public.

        Measure #1:   Zero violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). Status @
                      12/31/09: No violations in FY 2010 as of 12/31/09


        Measure #2:   Annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) that covers the previous
                      calendar year will be mailed on or before July 1st, Status @ 12/31/09:
                      Preparation of CCR begins in 3 I'd quarter of FY 2010 to be mailed to
                      customers prior to July I't. CCR is based on calendar year.




        Associated Council Objective:                      Provide high quality services to
                                            residents, taxpayers and visitors.




        Goal #2:      Ensure a reliable supply ofpotable water for fire protection through the
                      continuous maintenance of fire hydrants.

        Measure:      Inspect one-hundred percent of our public fire hydrants and make
                      necessary repairs within five days. Status @ 12/31/09: The approx.
                      1000 Fire Hydrant have been inspected and winterized. One hydrant is out
                      of service as of 12/31/09




        Associated Council Objective:                      Provide high quality services to
                                            residents, taxpayers and visitors


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         WATER FUND
        FY 2010 Short-term goals, measures and status (continued):


        Goal #3:      Provide good communications with Public.

        Measure:      Ninety percent of web pages less than 3 months old. Status @ 12/31/09:
                      on target




           Associated Council Objective:                    Provide high quality services to
                                                     residents, taxpayers and visitors




         Goals and measures for FY 2010 continue to apply. There are
                         no New Goals for FY 2011



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                   DEPARTMENT OF UTILITIES

                                               DIRECTOR OF
                                                UTILITIES

                                               Julia Forgue, PE




                       Deputy Utilities                                     Deputy Utilities
                       Dir. - Finance                                         Dir. -Eug.




                   I                                               I                                   I
               Water                  WPC                   Water Meter     Water Collection   Water Quality &
             Revenue &             Revenue &                 Foreman         & Distribution     Production
              Expenses             Expenses                                   Supervisor        Supervisor



                                                            United Water-
                                                    ~
                                                            WPC Services




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                                            CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                             2010-2011 WATER FUND BUDGET
                                                        SUMMARY

                                                     2008-09                2009-10        2009-10        2010-11
             REVENUES                                ACTUAL                 BUDGET       PROJECTED      PROPOSED
     45345   Grant Revenue                       $                      $                $              $
     45700   Rental of Property                         62,800                  81,000        81,000         81,000
     45701   Investment Income                          11,798                  39,191        39,191         39,191
     45878   WPC Reimbursement                         319,491                 248,294       269,842        318,201
             Middletown Reimbursement                                          124,053       134,819        158,863
     47100   Sundry Billing                             25,623                 140,016       140,016        140,016
     47105   Public Fire Protection                    725,244                 968,031       868,131        868,131
     47107   Private Fire Protection                   330,084                 422,198       378,880        378,880
     47109   Metered Water Charges                   5,875,142               7,256,337     6,512,098      6,512,098
     47110   Bulk Water Charges                      1,642,900               2,317,121     2,060,387      2,060,387
     47125   Billing Charges                           851,029               1,090,432       978,003        978,003
     47130   Miscellaneous                              87,089                   7,515         7,515          7,515
     47135   Water Penalty                              21,276                  42,320        42,320         42,320
     47137   Water Quality Protection Fee               23,767                  25,676        25,676         25,676

  TOTAL REVENUES                                     9,978,243              12,762,184    11,537,878     11,610,281

             OTHER SOURCES OF FUNDS
             Transfer From Other Funds                 102,103
             Bond Proceeds                                                   5,805,008     5,600,000      6,562,790
               Total Other Sources of Funds            102,103               5,805,008     5,600,000      6,562,790

  TOTAL REVENUES & OTHER SOURCES
     OF FUNDS                                    $ 10,078,346           $18,567,192      $17,137,878    $ 18,173,071


             EXPENDITURES
             Operating Expenditures              $ 7,381,479            $ 10,447,753     $ 8,739,337    $ 9,982,541
             Interest Expense                        197,959               1,126,676         546,973        495,485
               Operating Expenditures              7,579,438              11,574,429       9,286,310     10,478,026

             OTHER CASH OUTLAYS
             Required Reserves                                                 139,379       212,621        492,990
             Capital Outlay                                                  7,207,075     6,251,972      7,644,607
             Principal Debt Repayment                                          946,309     1,004,694        927,448
               Other Cash Outlays                                            8,292,763     7,469,287      9,065,045


  TOTAL EXPENDITURES & CASH OUTLAYS                  7,579,438              19,867,192    16,755,597     19,543,071

  LESS:      NON·CASH ITEMS
             Depreciation                              848,543               1,300,000      1,300,000      1,370,000

  TOTAL CASH NEEDED                              $ 6,730,895            $18,567,192      $ 15,455,597   $ 18,173,071




  NET ASSETS 6/30                                $ 38,431,735           $ 39,619,490     $ 40,683,303   $ 41,815,558

  CASH BALANCE 6/30                              $ 2,967,609            $ 2,967,609      $ 4,649,890    $ 4,649,890




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                                             Water Fund


                                      Expenditures $19,543,071                ~   Cash Basis



                                                       Restricted Reserves
                                                               3%
                                      Debt Repayment                               Personnel
                                           10%                                        25%




                                                                                                     Operating
                    Capital Outlay                                                                     23%
                        41%




                              ----~---~~----




                                        Revenues $18,173,071· Cash Basis


                                                                         Fire Protection
                   Metered and Bulk                                            7%
                    Water Charges
                        48%




                                     Other                                           Bond Proceeds
                                                       Billing Charges                      36%
                                      4%
                                                              5%




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                            WATER FUND
                          BUDGET SUMMARY

                        LAST YEAR       CURRYEAR          CURRYEAR          BUDGET
                         ACTUAL        ORIG BUDGET        ESTIMATED        PROPOSED

EXPENDITURES

SALARIES               $ 2,691,260     $ 2,929,800        $ 2,817,952     $ 2,786,515

FRINGE BENEFITS          1,429,552            1,743,500      1,660,692       1,717,677

PURCHASED SERVICES         417,056             427,700        366,500          361,993

UTILITIES                  883,058            1,068,300      1,077,950       1,326,382

INTERNAL SERVICES          593,943             977,600        638,933          638,933

OTHER CHARGES              340,671             596,503        608,760          411,691

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS       932,559            1,404,350      1,391,597       1,369,350

DEPRECIATION             1,370,856            1,300,000                      1,370,000

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                7,207,075     10,639,780       7,644,607

RESTRICTED TRANSFERS                                          212,621

DEBT SERVICE               280,770            2,072,985      1,893,101       1,422,933

            TOTAL      $ 8,939,725     $ 19,727,813       $ 21,307,886    $ 19,050,081




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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Administration



BUDGET COMMENTS:
This budget has decreased $641,386 (20.90%) due to adjustments made as part of the
July 1, 2009 Public Utilities rate approval and the reduction of capital.
Major expenditures include a rate case costs of $201 ,500, severance of $160,000,
$229,000 for property taxes and $438,400 for services provided by the general fund.




PROGRAM:
This program provides funds for support of the administrative functions of the Water Department. The
Utilities Director is charged with overall management and leadership of the Department. They are
responsible for long- and short-term planning, operational analysis, budget development, and co-
ordination of the actiVities of the organization's several divisions. Other activities for the office include
compilation of data for the State Health Department, as well as handling of customer complaints and
requests for service. This program also provides funds for the operation and maintenance of the Water
Department's administrative office and garage facility located on Halsey Street. The building also
houses the Department's water meter testing and stockroom functions.




OBJECTIVES:
To coordinate all water operations toward satisfying customers through a four-step approach: (1) obtain
a reliable and adequate quantity; (2) maximize quality up to delivery; (3) minimize cost of
delivery; and (4) convey benefits to customers.




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                              COST CENTER: WATER ADMINISTRATION -15-500-2200

                                             LAST YEAR       CURRYEAR        CURRYEAR            BUDGET
            TITLE                             ACTUAL        ORIGBUDGET       ESTIMATED          PROPOSED

SALARIES                                 $      349,110     $      454,900   $      444,134    $    444,134

FRINGE BENEFITS                                 437,257            591,000          571,700         572,011

PURCHASED SERVICES                              376,516            347,500          286,300         286,300

UTILITIES                                        23,428             25,800           25,350          25,800

INTERNAL SERVICES                               382,832            774,500          446,881         446,881

OTHER CHARGES                                   314,420            560,003          572,260         375,191

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                             30,014            154,700          154,700         196,700

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                     160,000          250,000          80,000

COST CENTER TOTAL                        $ 1,913,577        $ 3,068,403      $ 2,751,325       $ 2,427,017




PERSONNEL                                     AUTH               AUTH            MID-YEAR       PROPOSED
CLASSIFICATION                  GRADE        FY08-09            FY 09-10          FY 09-10       FY 10-11


Director of Utilities           S12                 06                 0.6              0.6             0.6
Deputy Utilities Dir - Eng.     S10                 0.6                0.6              0.6             0.6
Deputy Utilities Dir - Fin.     S10                 0.6                0.6              0.6             0.6
Financial Analyst               S05                 1.0                1.0              1.0             1.0
Administrative Secretary        N01                 0.6                0.6              0.6             0.6

Total Positions                                     3.4                3.4              3.4              3.4




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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Customer Accounts




BUDGET COMMENTS:
This bUdget has increased $968,551 (113.81 %) due to the remote radio read capital project.
Expenses in this account include $27,852 for vehicle maintenance and gasoline,
$34,300 for postage, $11,000 for meter maintenance and $41,500 for repairs and maintenance.




PROGRAM:
This program provides funds for the metering, billing, and revenue-collecting functions of the
Water Department.




OBJECTIVE:
To convey the value of the City's commodity and services to water customers through a variety of
communications, including mail, premise visits, and telephone support.




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                             COST CENTER: CUSTOMER ACCOUNTS - 15-500-2209

                                           LAST YEAR       CURRYEAR        CURRYEAR                BUDGET
           TITLE                            ACTUAL        ORIGBUDGET       ESTIMATED              PROPOSED

SALARIES                               $      298,976     $      378,450   $      375,068     $     314,017

FRINGE BENEFITS                               138,145            177,800          175,200            161,614

PURCHASED SERVICES                             17,544             26,000           26,000             26,000

INTERNAL SERVICES                              28,589             29,800           27,852             27,852

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                           43,340            112,800          177,047            112,800

DEBT SERVICE                                   13,289             61,894           61,894            210,442

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                    64,247        1,000,000           966,817

COST CENTER TOTAL                      $      539,883     $      850,991   $ 1,843,061        $ 1,819,542




PERSONNEL                                   AUTH               AUTH            MID-YEAR        PROPOSED
CLASSIFICATION                 GRADE       FY 08-09           FY 09-10          FY 09-10        FY 10-11



Maintenance Mechanic           UT3                1.0                1.0              1.0                10
Water Meter Foreman            UT6                1.0                1.0              1.0                1.0
Senior Maintenance Mech        UT5                1.0                1.0              1.0                0.0
Water Meter Repair             UT2                3.0                3.0              3.0                3.0
Principal Water Acct Clerk     UC2                1.0                1.0              1.0                1.0

Total Positions                                   7.0                7.0              7.0                6.0




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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Source Of Supply - Island



BUDGET COMMENTS:
This budget increased by $34,984 (2.95%) due to increases in capital improvements, namely the
intake at Paradise, intake at Sessons, and the dam and dike rehabilitation at Lawton Valley.




PROGRAM:
This program provides funds for maintenance and operation of the raw water collection and
transmission at the facilities located on Aquidneck Island. This includes seven reservoirs and their
related structures, raw water pump stations, and transmission lines.




OBJECTIVE:
To collect and transmit an adequate supply of fresh water at the maximum level of purity offered by nature
through maintenance of seven reservoirs and raw water tranmission lines.




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                       COST CENTER: SOURCE OF SUPPLY -ISLAND 15-500-2212

                                        LAST YEAR       CURRYEAR        CURRYEAR           BUDGET
            TITLE                        ACTUAL        ORIGBUDGET       ESTIMATED         PROPOSED

SALARIES                            $      313,461     $      308,500   $    261,400     $    339,093

FRINGE BENEFITS                            116,540            137,300        111,296          142,302

PURCHASED SERViCES

UTILITIES                                   25,228             34,000         34,100           34,100

INTERNAL SERVICES                           59,543             48,600         48,300           48,300

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                        74,957            105,300         91,800           91,800

DEBT SERVICE                                 3,029            400,733        137,531          223,822

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                150,000       3,150,000         340,000

COST CENTER TOTAL                   $      592,758     $ 1,184,433      $ 3,834,427      $ 1,219,417




PERSONNEL                                AUTH               AUTH         MID-YEAR         PROPOSED
CLASSIFICATION              GRADE       FY08-09            FY 09-10      FY 09-10          FY 10-11


Super, Water Disl/Collect   N05                0.5                0.5             0.5             0.5
Disl/Collection Foreman     UT5                0.0                0.0             0.0             1.0
Disl./Collection Mechanic   UT4                1.0                1.0             1.0             1.0
Disl./Collection Operator   UT3                3.0                3.0             3.0             3.0
Water Laborer               UT1                1.0                1.0             1.0             1.0

Total Positions                                5.5                5.5            5.5              6.5




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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Source of Supply· Mainland



BUDGET COMMENTS:
This division increased by $87,291 (9.61%) due to an increases in capital improvements, namely
the intake at Watson & Nonquil. This account includes $4,500 for overtime and $92,600 for electricity.




PROGRAM:
This program prOVides funds for maintenance and operation of the raw water collection and
transmission at the facilities located at the Harold E. Watson Reservoir in lillie Compton. This includes
Fogland Road pumping station and Nonquit Reservoir in Tiverton.




OBJECTIVE:
To collect and transmit an adequate supply of fresh water at the maximum level of purity offered by nature
through maintenance of seven reservoirs and raw water tranmission lines.




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                    COST CENTER: SOURCE OF SUPPLY· MAINLAND 15-500-2213

                                      LAST YEAR       CURRYEAR        CURRYEAR              BUDGET
            TITLE                      ACTUAL        ORIG BUDGET      ESTIMATED            PROPOSED

SALARIES                          $       13,634      $      36,300   $     32,800     $      32,800

FRINGE BENEFITS                             977               2,800          2,600             2,600

UTILITIES                                 58,158             92,100         92,600            92,600

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                       2,016             15,300         15,300            15,300

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                              125,000        125,000           250,000

DEBT SERVICE                              74,399            636,839        636,839           602,330

COST CENTER TOTAL                 $      149,184      $     908,339   $    905,139     $     995,630




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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Newport Water Plant




BUDGET COMMENTS:
This budget increased $2,096,963 (89.94%) due to increases in sewer charges and capital improvements,
namely the Installation of an additional pretreatment/clarification train at Station 1. Major expenses in this
division include $58,100 in overtime, $247,500 in electricity, $23,300 in natural gas, $290,834 in sewer
charges and $399,000 in chemicals.




PROGRAM:
This program provides funds for the operation and maintenance of the water treatment aspect of the
water purification process and the water pumping facilities utilized in this process at the Newport Water
Treatment Plant located on Bliss Mine Road.




OBJECTIVE:
To function as a value-adder and to enhance nature's quality through application of modern water
treatment technologies, and to make a reliable supply of potable water available for delivery.




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                       COST CENTER: NEWPORT WATER PLANT 015-500-2222

                                         LAST YEAR       CURRYEAR        CURRYEAR            BUDGET
            TITLE                         ACTUAL        ORIGBUDGET       ESTIMATED          PROPOSED

SALARIES                             $      511,441     $      523,650   $     523,650     $    525,779

FRINGE BENEFITS                             204,499            240,300         237,000          249,361

PURCHASED SERVICES                            6,936             18,200          18,200            16,206

UTILITIES                                   431,386            446,200         454,800          561,634

INTERNAL SERVICES                             7,226              8,300           8,100            8,100

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                        346,812            476,150         464,150          464,150

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                 210,410         210,410         2,500,000

DEBT SERVICE                                 24,747            408,210         433,369          103,153

COST CENTER TOTAL                    $ 1,533,047        $ 2,331,420      $ 2,349,679       $ 4,428,383




PERSONNEL                                 AUTH               AUTH            MID-YEAR       PROPOSED
CLASSIFICATION               GRADE       FY08·09            FY 09-10         FY 09-10        FY 10-11


Water Quality & Prod Super   S08                0.5                0.5             0.5               0.5
Water Treat. Plant Foreman   UT5                1.0                1.0             1.0               0.0
Water Plant Oper - Grade 3   UT4                5.0                6.0             5.0               5.0
Water Plant Oper - Grade 2   UT3                0.0                1.0             0.0               1.0
Water Plant Oper - Grade 1   UT2                3.0                1.0             3.0               3.0

Total Positions                                 9.5                9.5             9.5               9.5




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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Lawton Valley Plant



BUDGET COMMENTS:
This budget decreased by $2,071,949 (-40.12%) due to, in part, to a reduction in costs for the new treatment
plant study/design capital project. Major operating costs include $776,104 in salaries and benefits, $216,000
in chemicals, and $445,427 in debt service.




PROGRAM:
This program provides funds for the operation and maintenance of the water treatment aspect of the
water purification process and the water pumping facilities utilized in this process at the Lawton Valley
Water Treatment Plant located in Portsmouth.




OBJECTIVE:
To function as a value-adder and to enhance nature's quality through application of modern water
treatment technologies, and to make a reliable supply of potable water available for delivery.




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                         COST CENTER: LAWTON VALLEY PLANT 15-500·2223

                                      LAST YEAR         CURRYEAR          CURRYEAR           BUDGET
            TITLE                      ACTUAL          ORIG BUDGET        ESTIMATED         PROPOSED

SALARIES                             $     546,579     $       566,350    $    566,350     $    500,329

FRINGE BENEFITS                            246,297             279,500         275,500          275,775

PURCHASED SERVICES                           7,382              17,100          17,100           14,964

UTILITIES                                  330,297             450,700         451,500          592,648

INTERNAL SERVICES                            9,292                8,600           8,400           8,400

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                       224,381             327,900         282,900          282,900

DEBT SERVICE                               162,162             351,362         376,522          154,127

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                3,162,370       2,562,370        1,262,790

COST CENTER TOTAL                    $ 1,526,390       $ 5,163,882        $ 4,540,642      $ 3,091,933




PERSONNEL                                 AUTH              AUTH           MID-YEAR         PROPOSED
CLASSIFICATION               GRADE       FY08-09           FY 09·10         FY 09-10         FY 10-11



Water Quality & Prod Super   S08               0.5                  0.5             0.5              0.5
Water Treat. Plant Foreman   UT5               1.0                  1.0             1.0              1.0
Water Plant Oper - Grade 3   UT4               8.0                  8.0             8.0              8.0
Water Plant Oper - Grade 2   UT3               0.0                  0.0             0.0              0.0
Water Plant Oper - Grade 1   UT2               0.0                  0.0             0.0              0.0

Total Positions                                9.5                  9,5             9.5              9.5




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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Water Laboratory



BUDGET COMMENTS:
The Water Laboratory division has decreased 23,786 (-9.54%) due to and adjustment in the salary and benefit
lines.




PROGRAM:
This program budget was first developed for inclusion in the FY1991-92 budget in order to identify
expenses associated With the operation of the water laboratory at the new water treatment plant. The
laboratory staff is responsible for analyzing raw water samples taken from the system's nine reservoirs,
as well as treated water samples from the distribution system and treatment plants, in order to assure
adherence to safe drinking water standards.




OBJECTIVE:
To ensure that the water delivered to customers is of a safe quality in accordance with regulatory
requirements; to preserve the integrity of the water commodity by continuously monitoring quality at each
stage of the operational process.




                                                          - 363-
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                        COST CENTER: WATER LABORATORY 15·500-2235

                                     LAST YEAR       CURRYEAR        CURRYEAR           BUDGET
           TITLE                      ACTUAL        ORIG BUDGET      ESTIMATED         PROPOSED

SALARIES                         $      159,325     $      130,450   $    130,450     $    108,362

FRINGE BENEFITS                          68,553             63,000         62,400           61,302

OTHER CHARGES                            26,251             36,500         36,500           36,500

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                     13,310             19,500         19,500           19,500

COST CENTER TOTAL                $      267,439     $      249,450   $    248,850     $    225,664




PERSONNEL                             AUTH               AUTH        MID-YEAR          PROPOSED
CLASSIFICATION          GRADE        FY 08·09           FY 09-10      FY 09-10          FY 10-11


Laboratory Supervisor   N10                 1.0                1.0             1.0              1.0
Microbiologist          N07                 1.0                1.0             1.0              1.0

Total Positions                             2.0                2.0            2.0              2.0




                                                  - 364-
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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Distribution System




BUDGET COMMENTS:
This division has decreased by $1,191,900 (-25.73%) due to a reduction in the cost of proposed capital projects.
Major costs include $52,000 in overtime, $99,400 in gasoline and Vehicle maintenance and $150,300
in repairs and maintenance of mains and valves.



PROGRAM:
This program provides funds for the operation and maintenance of the City's water storage and
distribution system in Newport and Middletown. These facilities InclUde: mains and gates; water storage
tanks; the high-service area booster pumping station; and water services within pUblic rlght-of-ways.



OBJECTIVE:
To deliver a reliable supply of potable water at a desirable pressure to customers by maintaining
distribution mains, gates and valves, hydrants, standpipes, booster pumps, and service connections.




                                                         - 365-
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                           COST CENTER: DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 15·500·2241

                                        LAST YEAR          CURRYEAR          CURRYE:AR          BUDGET
            TITLE                        ACTUAL           ORIG BUDGET        ESTIMATED         PROPOSED

SALARIES                               $     498,734       $      531,200    $    484,100     $    522,001

FRINGE BENEFITS                              217,284              251,800         224,996          252,712

PURCHASED SERVICES                              8,678               18,900         18,900            18,523

UTILITIES                                      14,561              19,500          19,600            19,600

INTERNAL SERVICES                             106,461             107,800          99,400           99,400

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                          167,625             171,700         171,700          171,700

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                   3,318,048       3,325,000        2,228,000

DEBT SERVICE                                    3,144             213,947         246,946          129,059

COST CENTER TOTAL                      $ 1,016,487        $ 4,632,895        $ 4,590,642      $ 3,440,995




PERSONNEL                                   AUTH                AUTH          MID-YEAR         PROPOSED
CLASSIFICATION                 GRADE       FY 08-09            FY 09·10       FY 09-10          FY 10·11


Water ColiecUDistrib Super     N05                0.5                  0.5             0.5              0.5
Engineering Technician         UT5                1.0                  1.0             1.0              1.0
Heavy Equip Op. - Utilities    UT4                1.0                  1.0             1.0              1.0
Distrib.lColiection Foreman    UT5                1.0                  1.0             1.0              1.0
Distrib.lColiection Mechanic   UT4                2.0                  2.0             2.0              3.0
Distrib.lColiection Operator   UT3                3.0                  3.0             3.0              2.0
Parts/Inventory Control Tech   UC2                1.0                  1.0             1.0              1.0

Total Positions                                   9.5                  9.5             9.5              9.5




                                                        - 366-
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FUNCTION: Water Services
DEPARTMENT: Water
DIVISION OR ACTIVITY: Fire Protection




BUDGET COMMENTS:
This cost center includes $14,500 for repairs and maintenance of fire hydrants and $17,000 for hydrant
replacements.




PROGRAM:
This program budget was first developed in FY1991-92 in order to properly segregate expenses
attributable to the installation and maintenance of public and private fire protection components of the
water distribution system.




OBJECTIVE:
To ensure a reliable supply of potable water for fire protection through the continuous maintenance of
fire hydrants.




                                                          - 367-
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                       COST CENTER: FIRE PROTECTION 15·500·2245

                                   LAST YEAR        CURR Yl:AR    CURRYEAR              BUDGET
        TITLE                       ACTUAL         ORIG BUDGl:T   ESTIMATED            PROPOSED

SUPPLIES & MATERIALS           $       30,104      $     21,000   $     14,500     $      14,500

CAPITAL OUTLAY                                           17,000         17,000            17,000

COST CENTER TOTAL              $       30,104      $     38,000   $     31,500     $      31,500




                                                - 368-
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                                       City of Newport
                                  Water Fund Debt Service
                           Consolidated Debt Service Requirements


             Year Ending                                                Total
              June 30           Principal            Interest        Requirement
                2011                 927,448              495,485          1,422,933
                2012                 976,490              412,555          1,389,045
                2013                 821,307              384,814          1,206,121
                2014                 451,774              364,936            816,710
                2015                 467,078              350,724            817,802
                2016                 481,150              335,429            816,579
                2017                 497,222              319,079            816,301
                2018                 513,294              301,714            815,008
                2019                 531,135              283,322            814,457
                2020                 549,975              263,888            813,863
                2021                 570,815              243,390            814,205
                2022                 591,423              221,816            813,239
                2023                 613,032              199,182            812,214
                2024                 637,408              175,408            812,816
                2025                 661,016              150,453            811,469
                2026                 685,392              124,348            809,740
                2027                 713,537               97,014            810,551
                2028                 741,681               68,409            810,090
                2029                 556,825               42,470            599,295
                2030                 586,970               19,111            606,081
                2031                 175,114                3,537            178,651


                            $     12,750,086 $         4,857,084 $        17,607,170




                                            - 369-
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                                                   City of Newport
                                      Water Fund Debt Service SRF ($3.3MM)
                                 Water Distribution Main Repairs - ARRA Subsidized


                   Year Ending                                                             Total
                     June 30                      Principal"         Interest           Requirement
                      2011                                 768             60,340              61,108
                      2012                              93,701             88,326             182,027
                      2013                              95,238             86,728             181,966
                      2014                              96,774             84,743             181,517
                      2015                              99,078             82,338             181,416
                      2016                             102,150             79,499             181,649
                      2017                             105,222             76,283             181,505
                      2018                             108,294             72,764             181,058
                      2019                             112,135             68,971             181,106
                      2020                             115,975             64,921             180,896
                      2021                             119,815             60,629             180,444
                      2022                             124,423             56,097             180,520
                      2023                             129,032             51,325             180,357
                      2024                             134,408             46,293             180,701
                      2025                             139,016             40,995             180,011
                      2026                             144,392             35,439             179,831
                      2027                             150,537             29,614             180,151
                      2028                             156,681             23,524             180,205
                      2029                             162,825             17,149             179,974
                      2030                             168,970             10,479             179,449
                      2031                             175,114              3,537             178,651

                                              $      2,534,548   $     1,079,654    $       3,613,434

  " Net of   ARRA Subsidy                             765,452
             (Reduces Principal)




                                                      - 370-
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                                                City of Newport
                                            Water Fund Debt Service
                                             Bond Anticipation Note




  (1) Will be refinanced through long-term debt. The note is due in October 2010.




                                                      - 371 -
2010-2011 Budget                                                        City of Newport, Rhode Island




                                             City of Newport
                                        Water Fund Debt Service
                      Treatment Plant Improvements and Remote Radio Read System


                   Year Ending                                                 Total
                    June 30              Principal        Interest          Requirement
                      2011                   211,000          200,824            411,824
                      2012                   217,000          207,858            424,858
                      2013                   223,000          201,365            424,365
                      2014                   230,000          194,365            424,365
                      2015                   238,000          186,945            424,945
                      2016                   245,000          179,070            424,070
                      2017                   253,000          170,727            423,727
                      2018                   261,000          161,898            422,898
                      2019                   270,000          152,537            422,537
                      2020                   280,000          142,607            422,607
                      2021                   291,000          132,085            423,085
                     2022                    301,000          120,968            421,968
                     2023                    312,000          109,274            421,274
                     2024                    325,000           96,946            421,946
                     2025                    337,000           83,969            420,969
                     2026                    350,000           70,366            420,366
                     2027                    365,000           56,064            421,064
                     2028                    379,000           41,053            420,053
                     2029                    394,000           25,321            419,321
                     2030                    418,000            8,632            426,632

                                     $      5,900,000 $     2,542,874   $       8,442,874




                                                 - 372-
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                                           City of Newport
                                      Water Fund Debt Service
                                 Raw Water and Residuals Management


                   Year Ending                                                    Total
                    June 30                Principal            Interest       Requirement
                      2011                     114,000              97,991          211,991
                      2012                     117,000              94,081          211,081
                      2013                     121,000              90,035          211,035
                      2014                     125,000              85,828          210,828
                      2015                     130,000              81,441          211,441
                      2016                     134,000              76,860          210,860
                      2017                     139,000              72,069          211,069
                      2018                     144,000              67,052          211,052
                      2019                     149,000              61,814          210,814
                      2020                     154,000              56,360          210,360
                      2021                     160,000              50,676          210,676
                      2022                     166,000              44,751          210,751
                      2023                     172,000              38,583          210,583
                      2024                     178,000              32,169          210,169
                      2025                     185,000              25,489          210,489
                      2026                     191,000              18,543          209,543
                      2027                     198,000              11,336          209,336
                      2028                     206,000               3,832          209,832

                                       $     2,783,000    $      1,008,910 $      3,791,910




                                                       - 373-
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                                       City of Newport
                                   Water Fund Debt Service
                                   Water Treatment Facilities


     Year Ending                                                    Total
       June 30         Principal            Interest             Requirement
        2011                 23,127                    752             23,879

                   $         23,127    $               752   $         23,879




                                             - 374-
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                                    City of Newport
                                Water Fund Debt Service
                                Water Treatment Facilities


              Year Ending                                                    Total
                June 30          Principal           Interest             Requirement
                 2011                  15,871                   516              16,387

                            $          15,871   $               516   $          16,387




                                            - 375-
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                                         City of Newport
                                     Water Fund Debt Service
                                       Sakonnet Pipeline


                   Year Ending                                                  Total
                     June 30           Principal          Interest           Requirement
                      2011                  363,679             25,626             389,305
                      2012                  354,699             14,407             369,106
                      2013                  246,943              4,321             251,264

                                 $         965,321    $        44,354    $       1,009,675




                                              - 376-
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                                     City of Newport
                                 Water Fund Debt Service
                                   Sakonnet Pipeline


               Year Ending                                                 Total
                 June 30          Principal          Interest           Requirement
                  2011                 199,003             14,022             213,025
                  2012                 194,090              7,883             201,973
                  2013                 135,126              2,365             137,491

                             $        528,219    $         24,270   $         552,489




                                           - 377-
           2010-2011 Budget                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ..": -                            City of Newport Rhode Island


                                                                     CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                                                       201002011 PROPOSED BUDGET
                                                                               WATER FUND




                                                                                  ,,,.
                            Project                                              ACTUAL
                                                                                                     ,,,.
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15-50~220CI-50oo1
                            ~                     ACCOUNT NAME
                                      Wster Admin salaries
                                                                             •
                                                                                 EXPEND
                                                                                    209,248     $
                                                                                                    BUCGET
                                                                                                      265,000     $
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                                                                                                                         ,,500
                                                                                                                        265.000    $
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                                                                                                                                                          (10,'166)   ""''''
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                                                                                                                                                                           .-
15-500-2200-50044                     Water Admin S1andby salaries                    9,152            12,500                              12,500                          0.00%       12.5lJ0
15-50D-22OO-5010'0
15-500-2200-50103
15-S00-220Q-S01OS
15-50~2200-50175
15-S0~22OQ.50207
15-500-Z2oo-5021'll
                                      Employee Benefits
                                      Retiree lllSUrance COVerage
                                      WIC Il'lSUrance
                                      Annual Leave Bo.Iy Back
                                      Legal Ads
                                      Membership Dues
                                                                                    106.184
                                                                                    256.351
                                                                                     64.722
                                                                                      '.'"
                                                                                      ,m
                                                                                      1.141
                                                                                                      101,000
                                                                                                      "'.000
                                                                                                        ,,,,,
                                                                                                       114,000

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                                                                                                                         "-"'"
                                                                                                                        347,200
                                                                                                                        114,000

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                                                                                                                          9,000
                                                                                                                          25"
                                                                                                                                           95.811
                                                                                                                                          347,200
                                                                                                                                          114,000

                                                                                                                                            '."'"
                                                                                                                                            ,500
                                                                                                                                            '.000
                                                                                                                                                           (4.1.a9)
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                                                                                                                                                                           -4.15%
                                                                                                                                                                           4.09%
                                                                                                                                                                            ..,.
                                                                                                                                                                           '.00%
                                                                                                                                                                           •.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                        2,400
                                                                                                                                                                                                    95.811
                                                                                                                                                                                                   347,200
                                                                                                                                                                                                   114.000

                                                                                                                                                                                                                   '.000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     '.500
15-500-2200-50212                     COnferences                                        510            2,500             25"               25"                            '.00%                                   ,500
15-500-2200-50214                     Tuition Relmb                                                      ,000             '000              ',000                          '.00%                      2,000
15-500-~0216
15-500-220ll-502211
                                      PUC Mgmt Study
                                      consunant Fees                                ,,,.,92
                                                                                       >371
                                                                                                      250.000           201,SOO           201,SOD         (48,500)
                                                                                                                                                                          0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                        -19.40%                                 201,500
15-500-220ll-50225
15-S0~2200-50230
                                      contract setvices
                                      E Main Recons E.s                                '."
                                                                                      1.500
                                                                                                                                                                          0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                           '.00%
15-500-2200-50238                     Po. . . .                                        as                1,000            ',000             1,000                          0.00%                                                                                     1,OOD
15-S00-2200-5OZ39                     Fire & lJab Insurance                          as."              86,000            as,ooo            73,300         0,700)        .14.77%                                   73.300
15-50ll-22OO-S0251                    Telephone                                       5,184              8,300            '.300             ',000                          0.00%                                               8,SOD
15-S0~2200-50261                      Property Taxes                                228.554           229,000           229.000           m,OOD                            '.00%                                                                      229,DOO
15-50~22OQ.50256
15-S0~22OQ.50267
                                      l.egaVAdmin
                                      Data Processing
                                                                                    219.177
                                                                                    156.368
                                                                                                      539,500
                                                                                                      226,DOO
                                                                                                         ,"0
                                                                                                                        301,400
                                                                                                                        137.000
                                                                                                                                          301,40D
                                                                                                                                          137,000
                                                                                                                                                        (238.100)
                                                                                                                                                          "9.000)       .......
                                                                                                                                                                        -44.13%                                                         301,400
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        137,000
15-5O~22OQ.50268
15-500-2200-50271
15-50Q.2200.50275
                                      Mileage Allowance
                                      Gasoline & Vehicle Maint.
                                      RepairslMaint
                                                                                      '$1'"
                                                                                        64'
                                                                                                         9,000
                                                                                                         1,200
                                                                                                                          20"
                                                                                                                          8....,
                                                                                                                          1,200
                                                                                                                                            ',000
                                                                                                                                            ~.481
                                                                                                                                             1>00
                                                                                                                                                             (519)
                                                                                                                                                                            0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                           -5.77%
                                                                                                                                                                           0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ",,",,,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ,000

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15-500-2200-502&1

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                                                                                     ......
                                                                                     37,522             10,000           10,000            1'0.000                         0.00%                                                                       10,000



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15-500-2200-502S1                     Regulatory Assessment                                             ",000            46,nO             ...770          0,230)          -2.56%                                                                      46,nO
                                      Wmo,                                            ',373              ,-"'"            '.050              ,-"'"                         ••00%                                               ,-"'"
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15-500-2200-50305
15-500-2200-50306                                                                     5.859              ",000            8,00D             <000                           '.00%                                               <000
15-500-2200-50307                                                                    11.032              ",000            MOD               <000                           0.00%                                               <000
15-500-2200-50361                     01'llce Supplies                               11,950             ".000            30,OOD            30.000                          0.00%                                                                                    "',000




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15-500-2200-50440           1SOlJ56   Hydmulic Modeling                                                                  90,000                                            •.00%
,~""'""""                   150057     IRP U!»ate                                                       80.000           80,000                           (80,000)     -100.00%
15-50~2200-5044tI           154186    WQP Plan Update                                                   ".000            80,000                           (&1,000)     -100.00%
15-S0~220Cl-50440
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                                      Revenue Reserve                                                  ","000           253.024            79,421                                                                                                                                                                 79,421
15-S00-22OQ.50505                     Setf.llISIlf3nce                                   292            10,000           10.000             10,000                         0.00%                                                                       10.000
15-S00-22lXl-50515                    UnemplO)'lllent Ins                                               12000            12.000             12,000                         '.00%                     12,000
15-500-2200-50520
15-500-220Cl-50S51
                                      """'~
                                      Transferto Equipment Replace
                                                                                    1:26.125           175.000
                                                                                                       118000
                                                                                                                        175.000
                                                                                                                        118000
                                                                                                                                           175,OOD
                                                                                                                                           160000
                                                                                                                                                                           0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                           as.59%
                                                                                                                                                                                      175,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   160000
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15-S0~2209-50001                      ClJst service Base Salary
                                      overtime
                                                                                    267.460            326,100          326,10Cl
                                                                                                                                          "5.0"           (61,1JS1)     -HI.72%
                                                                                                                                                                        -13.75%
                                                                                                                                                                                      2615,049


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15-500-2209-50002                                                                    16,642             24,600           21,218            21,218                                      21,21a
                                                                                                                                                                            0.00%       22,800
15-500-2209-50004
15-500-2209-.50056
15-500-2209-50100
                                      Temp & seasonal
                                      InJulYPay
                                      Employment Benefits
                                                                                     12,675
                                                                                         112
                                                                                    138.145
                                                                                                        22,600

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                                                                                                                        175,200
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                                                                                                                                          161,614         (16.186)
                                                                                                                                                                            0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                           -;/.10%                  161,614
15-S0~2209-50175                      Annual Leave Buy Back                           "59                ',>SO            <,950             4,950                          1"00%         ',>SO
15-500-2209-50205                     Copylng&Slndlng                                    ".              1,000            1,000              1.000                         0.00%                                                                                     1.000
15-500-2209-50212
15-500-2209-50225
                                      COnferences & Training
                                      Contract 5ervices                                  ""
                                                                                     16,884
                                                                                                         5,000
                                                                                                        ~,ooo
                                                                                                                          5.000
                                                                                                                         21,000
                                                                                                                                             5,000
                                                                                                                                            21.000
                                                                                                                                                                           '0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                           '0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   5,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ~.OOO
15-500-2209-50238
15-500-2209-50271
15-500-2209-50275
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                                      Gasoline & Vehicle Maint.
                                      Repairs & Maintenance
                                                                                     "''''
                                                                                     28,"'"
                                                                                      (5,325)
                                                                                                        3<,300
                                                                                                        29.800
                                                                                                        41.500
                                                                                                                         34,30D
                                                                                                                         27,852
                                                                                                                         41,SOO
                                                                                                                                           34.300
                                                                                                                                            27,852
                                                                                                                                            41.500
                                                                                                                                                           (1,948)
                                                                                                                                                                           0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                         -6.54%
                                                                                                                                                                          0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          27,852
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    >1.300

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    41.500
15-500-2209-50299                     Meter Maintenance                               ',596             11.000           11.000             11,000                        0.00%                                                                                     11,000
15-500-2209-.50:311                   Operating Sllpplies                            11,702              9,000            9.000               9,000                       0.00%                                                                                      9.000
,~",.."",                             Unlfonns & Protective Gear                         ."              1,000             ',000              1,000                       0.00%                                                                                       1,000
15-500-2209-503&1
15-50~2209-50440            150944
                                      CUStomer service Supplies
                                      Meter Replacement
                                                                                      5,145             15,000
                                                                                                        64,247           ,,,,.,
                                                                                                                          15.000             1$,000
                                                                                                                                            66,817          2,570
                                                                                                                                                                          0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                          4.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    15,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ee.8l7
15-500-2209-50440           150982    Remote Radio Read                                                                1,DOO.OOO           900,000        900.000       100,('0%                                                                                                           9OD.OOO
15-S0D-2209-.504S2                    Principal Detlt Repayment                                                                            1'07,821       107.821       100.00%                                                                                                                        107.~1
15-500-2209-50552                     Interest Expense                               13.289             '81.894           61.894           102,621         40,727        65.80%_                                                                                                102,621
 Total Customerserviee                                                              539,883            S50.991         1,843,061         1,819,542        958,651       113.81%        314,017      161,614       26,000                  27,852                   112,800      102,621    966,817     107,821

15-500-2212-50001                     Supply Island Salary
                                      """m.
                                                                                    292....            264,000          216,900           294,593
                                                                                                                                                           "'''''          11.59%     .......
15-50D-22.12-50002
15-500-2212-50004
15-500-2212-50056
                                      Temporary WaGes
                                      InjlJt)'
                                                                                     20.147
                                                                                      <",300
                                                                                                        "''''''
                                                                                                        1D,oao
                                                                                                                         "',200
                                                                                                                          10,000
                                                                                                                                           28,200
                                                                                                                                            l~,OOO
                                                                                                                                                                           ~.OO%
                                                                                                                                                                           '.00%
                                                                                                                                                                           0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                        "''''''
                                                                                                                                                                                        W,OOO

                                      Employee BenefllS                             116,540                             111,296            142,302                          3.64%
15-500-2212·50100
15-500-2212-50175                     AnnUal Leave 6uy 6ack                           4.018
                                                                                     59.""
                                                                                                       137,300
                                                                                                         "...,            8,300              5,000
                                                                                                                                                            5.00'
                                                                                                                                                                           0.00%         5.300      """
15-500-2212-50271
15-500-2212-50275
                                      Gasoline & Vehicle Maint
                                      Repair & Maintenance                             ,,,              48,600
                                                                                                         ",200
                                                                                                                         48,300
                                                                                                                          8,000
                                                                                                                                            ","'0
                                                                                                                                             '.000
                                                                                                                                                             (800)         -0.62%
                                                                                                                                                                           '.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          48,300
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ",300
15-500-2212-50277                     Reservoir MainteoallCe                         13,429             25,000           25,000             25,000                         0.00%                                                                                    25,000


                                                                                                                                                                  - 378-
          2010-2011 Budget                                                                                                                                                             ':,,,:,'~                                                                  CitvofNewport. Rhode-Island




  ACCT NUMBER         ~
                          P,-
                                              ACCOUNT NAME
                                                                             ""
                                                                            AClUAL
                                                                            EXPEND
                                                                                           ''''
                                                                                          ADOPTED
                                                                                          BUCOET
                                                                                                          ""
                                                                                                        PROJECTED
                                                                                                         BUOOET
                                                                                                                         2011
                                                                                                                       PROPOSED
                                                                                                                        BUDGET
                                                                                                                                        Dollar
                                                                                                                                        Chan!le
                                                                                                                                                         Pereenl
                                                                                                                                                         ChlUl;:l&        Salaries     Beneflt:s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Purehased
                                                                                                                                                                                                    services    lJtjlities
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Internal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Other
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Charges
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Supplies &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Materials
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Interest
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Expense
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               capital
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Outlay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Debt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Principal    Other
15-500-2212-50306                  Electricity                                 25.228         34.600         34,100         34,100             100            029%                                                34,100
15-500-2212-50311                  Operating Supplies                           3.785           3,750         3,7S0          3,750                            0,00%                                                                                     3,7S0
15-500-2212-50320
15-500-2212-50335
15-50D-2212-S044tI      15120S
                                   Uniform & Protective Gear
                                   Chemicals
                                   Main from Gardinerto Paradise
                                                                                  '"
                                                                               56.785
                                                                                                  750
                                                                                              '67.500
                                                                                             150.000
                                                                                                                750
                                                                                                             ".600
                                                                                                            150,000
                                                                                                                               75C
                                                                                                                            ".600          (13,500)
                                                                                                                                          (150,000)
                                                                                                                                                              0.00%
                                                                                                                                                            -20.00%
                                                                                                                                                          -100.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          750
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       54,000

15-500.2212-50440       151207     Intake at Paradise                                                                     190,000          190.000         100.00%                                                                                                              190,000
15-500.2:212-S044tI
15-500-2212-50440
                                   Intake at Sissons
                                   Dam & Dike Rehab LV
                                                                                                                           50,000
                                                                                                                          100,000
                                                                                                                                            50.000
                                                                                                                                           100.000
                                                                                                                                                           100.00%
                                                                                                                                                           100.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 "'.000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                100,000
15-500-2212-50440       151211     Easton Pond Dam Rep                                                    3,000.000                                             C._
15-500-2212-5Q4S2                  Principal Debt Repayment                                                                114,000         114,000         100.00%                                                                                                                           114;000
15-500-2212-50552                  Interest. Expense                            3.029        4Oll.733       137.531        109.822        (290.911)        -72.59%                                                                                                  109,822
 Total water Supply Island                                                    592,758      1,184-,433     3,834,427      1,21'9,417         34,984           2.95%         339,093       142,302                  34,100      48.300                   91,800       109,822
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "'.""        114,000

                                                                                                                                            ,MOO)
15-500-2213-50002
15-500.2:213-50004
                                   Overtime
                                   Temp/SeaSOnal
                                                                                2,247
                                                                                7.920
                                                                                3,467
                                                                                               '''''
                                                                                              15,300
                                                                                                              ',500
                                                                                                             15,300          ""'"
                                                                                                                            15,300
                                                                                                                                                            -43.75%
                                                                                                                                                                D.Cll%
                                                                                                                                                                              4.500
                                                                                                                                                                             15,300
15-50Q.221S-50005                  Permanent Part-time                                        13,000         13,000
                                                                                                                            """               """,
                                                                                                                                                                D.Cll%       13,000
                                                                                                                                                                                           .'00
                                                                                               "'CD
                                                                                                             ,,-
                                                                                                              .'"
                                                                                                                             .""
15-500.2213-50100                  Employment Benefits                            Wi                                         '.600                             -7.14%
15-500-2213--50275                 Repairs & Maintenance                         1,691         &.SOO          8,8"                                              0.00%                                                                                   8,800
15-500-2213-50277                  Reselvolr Mairll                                            •.ceo
                                                                                              "',,,           6,000          '.000                              0,00%
                                                                                                                                                                C'"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6,000
1S-500-221S-5030S
15-500-2213-50311
15-500-2213-5044C         154187
                                   E1ec:tricily
                                   Operating Supplies
                                   Demolition of Old Nonquil Pump SIn
                                                                                58,158

                                                                                  '"             500
                                                                                             125,000
                                                                                                                5 00
                                                                                                            125.000
                                                                                                                            92,500
                                                                                                                                 500
                                                                                                                                               500

                                                                                                                                          (125.000)
                                                                                                                                                             0.00%
                                                                                                                                                          -100.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  "'''''                                  5"
15-500-2213-50440                  Intake at Watsorl & Nonquil                                                            250,000          250.000         100.00%                                                                                                              "'.ceo
15-500-2213-50452                  Interest Expense                             74,399         58,790        56,790        39,648          (17,142)        -30.18%                                                                                                    39,648
15-500-2213-50552                  PrillClpal Debt Repayment                                 580.049        580.049       562.682          (17.367)         .2.99%                                                                                                                           562,tI82
 Total Water Supply Mainland                                                   149,184       -908,339       905,139       995,630           a:1,291          9.61%           32,800        2,600                  92,6l10                              16.300         39,648    250.000      562;682

15-500-2222-50001                  Treatment Plant salary                      427,120       441,500        441.soo        443,629
                                                                                                                                             "",                C_         "".629
                                                                                "....
'0==-50002                         overtime                                     65,759        58,100         S&,100         58.100                              0.Cll%      58,100
15-500-2222-50003                  Holiday Pay                                                19,1'00        19,100         1'9,100                             C.Cll%       1'9,100
15-500-2222-50100                  Employee Bene~ts                            204.499       240,300        237,000        24U61             9,061              '.77%                    249,361
15-500-2222-50175
15-500-2222-50212
                                   AnnlJ8l Leave Buy Back
                                   "'~~
                                                                                 2,714
                                                                                 1.600
                                                                                               4,9S0
                                                                                               5.500
                                                                                                              "50
                                                                                                              5.500
                                                                                                                              .950
                                                                                                                             '5,5CD                             0.Cll%
                                                                                                                                                                0.Cll%        '.'"                     5,500
15-500-2222-5023S
,...,.222N026ll
                                   FIre & Uab Insurance
                                   Rental of equip
                                                                                 5.'"
                                                                                  m
                                                                                              12,700
                                                                                               '.ceo
                                                                                                             12,700
                                                                                                              1,000
                                                                                                                            1'0,706
                                                                                                                              1."'"
                                                                                                                                            (1,994)         -15.70%
                                                                                                                                                                D.Cll%
                                                                                                                                                                                                      10,706
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        '.ceo
                                                                                                                                              ""',
15-500-2222-50271
15-500-2222-50275
15-500.2222-50306
15-500.2222-50307
15-500-2222-50308
15-500-2222-50311
                                   Gasoline & Vellicle Malnl.
                                   RepairslMaint Equip
                                   Electricity

                                   _Cho.,.
                                   Natural Gas

                                   Operating SupplillS
                                                                                 7.226
                                                                                 6,105
                                                                               231.990
                                                                                25,815
                                                                               17$,581
                                                                                34.m
                                                                                               ',3CD
                                                                                              35."'"
                                                                                             230.900
                                                                                              23.300

                                                                                             '"''''
                                                                                              27.'"
                                                                                                              8,100
                                                                                                             35.600
                                                                                                            247,500
                                                                                                             23.'"
                                                                                                            184,000
                                                                                                             27,8CD
                                                                                                                             -8,100
                                                                                                                            35,000
                                                                                                                           247,500
                                                                                                                            Z.'"
                                                                                                                           290.034
                                                                                                                            27.""
                                                                                                                                             ."
                                                                                                                                           106,834
                                                                                                                                                               -2.41%
                                                                                                                                                                D.Cll%
                                                                                                                                                                3,60%
                                                                                                                                                                C.Cll%
                                                                                                                                                               58.06%
                                                                                                                                                                "0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                247,500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 22,200
                                                                                                                                                                                                                290,834
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                8,100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       35.CllC




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       27,800
                                   UnifolTllS & Protective Gear
                                                                                   '"          "''''                         '.35C                              -<l.oo%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "''''
15-500.2222-S0320
15-500-2222-50335                  C""'_
                                   Chloramine COnV8lSion design
                                                                               315.406       411,000
                                                                                                              ',350
                                                                                                            399,000        399,000         (12,000)
                                                                                                                                           (30,410)
                                                                                                                                                               -2.92%
                                                                                                                                                           .100.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      399."'"
15-500-2222-50440
'~C
15-500-2222-50440
                          """
                          """      Chloramine convetSion eonstruetil:lll
                                   Add'i Pnltreatment Clarlfica1ion Train
                                                                                              3l>,410
                                                                                             1-80,000
                                                                                                             30.410
                                                                                                            180,000
                                                                                                                         2,SOO,000
                                                                                                                                          (180,000)
                                                                                                                                         2,500,000
                                                                                                                                                           -100,00%
                                                                                                                                                            100.00%                                                                                                            2,500,000
15-500-2222-50552                  Principal Dett Repayment                                   264,511       264,S11         31,439        (233,072)         -88.11%                                                                                                                           31,439
15-500-2222-50452                  Illleresl Expense                            24,747        143,699       16S,858         7'U_1~         IT1~~@..09%                                                                                                                71 714
 Total Tt8lllment Plant                                                      (533,047       2,331,420     2,349,679      4,m,383         2,096,963             89.94%       525,179      249,361      16,206    561,634         8,100                 464,150         71,714   2,500,000      31,439



,...,."""""'"
15-500-2223-50001                  Law\OI1 Val1ey Salary                       481,110       500,100        500,100
                                                                                                                           ' ' ll79        (66,021)         -13.20%         434,07i
                                                                                ".4OC
                                                                                                             ,-
                                                                                                             ""'00           """                                             ".'"
                                                                                                                                                                C.Cll%
                                   """~
15-500.2223-5000'3                 Holiday Pay                                  16,084
                                                                               245,297
                                                                                              """
                                                                                              ".""           ".600
                                                                                                            275,500          "."'"
                                                                                                                           275,775          (2,725)
                                                                                                                                                                C.Cll%
                                                                                                                                                               -1.33%
                                                                                                                                                                             20,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Zl5.n5
                                                                                                                             ...'"
15-500-2223--50100                 Em;lIoyee Ber1efits                                       '79,500
                                   Ann"a1 Leave Buy Back                          .955
                                                                                 '1,560          .35C
                                                                                               ''.500        13_                                                              3,850



                                                                                                              .....,
15-50Q.2223.50175                                                                                                                                               '.Cll%

,...,.""""""
15-500-2223-50212                  conferences                                                                8,8"           '.500                              '.Cll%                                 3,SOO

,...,.""""'"                       F1re&Uab Ins                                  5.022
                                                                                   '79
                                                                                              "..,
                                                                                               500
                                                                                              ,..,
                                                                                                                            11,464-         (2,136)         ·15,70%                                   11,464-



                                   _C_
                                   Equlpmerll Rental                                                            500              500                            C.Cll%                                                                                    500
15-500-2223-50271                  Gasoline & Vehicle Malot
                                                                                 "292
                                                                                              ' ' CD         "....,          '.'"             "'"              ":33%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ""
                                                                                                                                               "'.
'~5                                Repairs & Maintenance                        25,673                                      43,400                              '.Cll%                                                                                 43,400
15-500-2223-50306                  Electr1city                                 130.685       179,800        180.eoo        100,600                              CM.                                              180,600
15-500.2223--50307                 NatLlraiGas                                  31,978        28,900         28,900         28,900                             0.00%                                              "900
,5-5<lO-2223-5<l'"                                                             167.634       ,,""'"         242,000        363,148         141,148            58.33%                                                                     383,148
15-500-2223--50311                 Operating Supplies
                                                                                "en           22.00C         22.COO         22,000                             '0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       "'00
15-500.2223-50320
15-500-2223-S0335
                                   Uniforms & Protective Gear
                                   C""'_
                                   Chloramine COnvEllSion design
                                                                                     "
                                                                               183,192          '."'"
                                                                                             261,000
                                                                                                              1,000
                                                                                                            218,000
                                                                                                                                1."'"
                                                                                                                           216,000          (45,000)
                                                                                                                                           (3tI,410)
                                                                                                                                                               C.llll%
                                                                                                                                                             -17.24%
                                                                                                                                                           -100.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         '.CllC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      216.000

           """
15-500-2223-50440
                                   Chlor.amine COnvelSion consll\lctiOil
                                                                                              3l>,410
                                                                                             200.""
                                                                                                             30,410
                                                                                                            200.600                       (200,000)        .100.00%

,...,.=--0 ""'"
15-500-2223--5044D
15-500-2223--50440        152318
                          152379
                                   LV 4mg ResAetalion
                                   New Treatment Plal1t studylDesign
                                                                                             600."'"
                                                                                            2,226,960      2,296,960     1,262,790
                                                                                                                                          (600,000)
                                                                                                                                        (1,034,170)
                                                                                                                                                           ·1oo.00'l(,
                                                                                                                                                             -45.02%                                                                                                           1.262,790
15-500-2223-50440         "'349    ResIduals Management Rate Funded                                           35,000                                            '0.00%
1S-5OO-2223-50440
15-500-2223-50552
                          "Z"      Residuals Management SRFFunded
                                   Principal Debt Repayment
                                                                                               35,000
                                                                                             1C1,749        101,749         75,923
                                                                                                                                           (35,000)
                                                                                                                                           (25,826)
                                                                                                                                                           ~l00.oo%
                                                                                                                                                               -25.38%                                                                                                                        75.923
 15-500-2223-50452                 interest Expense                            162.162       249.813        274,n3          78204         (171.409)            -68.67%                                                                                                78,204



                                                                                                                                                      - 379-
          201(1..2011 Budget                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CityotNewporl, Rhode Island




  ACe! NUMBER
                         P<Oj«<
                                             ACCOUNT NAME
                                                                                    "'"
                                                                                   AC7UAL           ""
                                                                                                  ADOPTED
                                                                                                                   2010
                                                                                                                 PROJEClED        ""
                                                                                                                               PROP"""              Dollar
                                                                                                                                                   Change
                                                                                                                                                                  Percent
                                                                                                                                                                  Change         Salaries    Benefits
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pun:hased
                                                                                                                                                                                                          services   utilities
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Internal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Other
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Charges
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Supplies &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Materials
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       lrrterest
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Expense
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capital
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Outlay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Debt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Principal
 Total Lawton Valley
                         Number                                                    EXPEND
                                                                                    1,526.390
                                                                                                   BUDGET
                                                                                                    5,163,882
                                                                                                                  BUDGET
                                                                                                                   4,544,642
                                                                                                                                BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  3,091,933        {2,071,949)       -40.12%      50(1,329    Zl5,175       14,964   209,500       8,4(l{l   383.148       282,900        78,204   1,262,7911      75,923    """"
15-500-2235-50001                 water Lab salary                                    15s.o57        127,700        127,700        105,612            (22,088)       -17.31>%     105,612
15-500-2235-50100                 Employee Benefits                                    68,553         63,000         62,400         61,302             (1,69S)         _2.70%                   61,302
15-500-2235-50175                 Annual Leave 6uy Sack                                 1,268          2,750          2,750          2,750                              0.00%       2,750
15-500-2235-50275                 Repairs & Maintenance                                   85ll         1,000          1,000          1.000                               0.00%                                                                               1,000
15-500-2235-50281                 Wa1el' Lab Regulatory Assess                         26,251         36,500         36,500         36.so0                               0.00%                                                                36,500
1s.5l)0-2235-50311                Operating Supp~es                                         8                                                                            0.00%
15-500-2235-50339                 Lab Supplies                                         12.444         18.500         18.500         18..soo                              0,00%                                                                              18,500
 T""' ....                                                                            267,439        249,450        248,860        225,664            (23,786)          -9.54%    108,362       61,302                                        36,soo        19,500

15-5QO.2241·5000~                 Dlsiribution salary                                 "",245         463,300        416,200        454,101             (9,199)          ·1.99%    454.101
15-500-2241-50002
15-500-2241-50004
15-500-2241-50056
                                  """"-
                                  Temp Wages
                                  IlljuryPay
                                                                                       48,116


                                                                                      217,284
                                                                                                      52.000
                                                                                                      10,000
                                                                                                                     52.000
                                                                                                                      10,000

                                                                                                                    224_
                                                                                                                                    ''''''
                                                                                                                                     ",000
                                                                                                                                                                        0_
                                                                                                                                                                         0.00.
                                                                                                                                                                         000%
                                                                                                                                                                         000%
                                                                                                                                                                                   52,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   10,000

                                                                                                                                                                                               252,112
15-500-2241-50100
15-500-2241-50175
15-5OQ..2241-50212
                                  Employee Benefrts
                                  Annual Leave Buy Back
                                  COnferences
                                                                                        2,373
                                                                                        1,154-
                                                                                                     251,800
                                                                                                       5,900
                                                                                                        4,000
                                                                                                                     ',900
                                                                                                                       4,000
                                                                                                                                   252,712
                                                                                                                                      ',900
                                                                                                                                      4,000
                                                                                                                                                         '"             000%
                                                                                                                                                                        0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                     5,900
                                                                                                                                                                                                             4,000
                                                                                                                                                                        0,00%
15-500-2241-50225
15-500-2241-5023'9
                                  COlmact services
                                  Fire & Llab lnsumnce                                  '''''
                                                                                        2,159
                                                                                                       12500
                                                                                                        2,400
                                                                                                                      12,500
                                                                                                                       2,400
                                                                                                                                     12,500
                                                                                                                                      2,023              @77)        -15.70%
                                                                                                                                                                                                            12,500
                                                                                                                                                                                                             2,028




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15-500-2241-50260                 Heavy Equip Rental                                    2.211           ',900          8,9"           8,900                              0,00%                                                                               ',900
15-500-2241-50271
15-500-2241-50275
                                  Gasoline & Vehicle Maint.
                                  Repairs & Malntenanee
                                                                                      106.461
                                                                                       91,329
                                                                                                      l<J7,SOO
                                                                                                       32,000         ,",0"
                                                                                                                                     99,400
                                                                                                                                     52.000
                                                                                                                                                       ,"'00)           .7.79%
                                                                                                                                                                         0,00%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   99,400
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            32,000
1S-SOO-2241-50276                 RepaitslMaint Mains                                  45,015          84,acO         84,800         84,900                              0,00%                                                                              84,900
15-500-2241-50296                 service Maintenance                                  12,262          ",so0          33,500         ",500                              0.00%                                                                               ",500
15-500-2241-50306                                                                      14,561          19,500         19,600         ",eoo               100            0.51%                                          19,600
15-500-2241-5031 t                Operating Supplies                                   15,920          11,000         11,000         11,000                             0,00%                                                                                11,000
l5-5OQ..2241-50320                Uniforms & Protective Gear                              888           1,500          1,500          1,500                             0,00%
15-5OQ..2241-50440       154158   WmerTreru:h Restoration                                              75,000         75,000         78,000             3,000           4.00%                                                                                 "'''                    76,000
15-500-2241-5044t1       154184   Sherman street Mains                                                150,000       156,952                          (150,ooQJ      ·100,00%
                         154116   System Wide Main Improve                                          3,093,048                       3(10,000       (2,793,048)        ·90.30%                                                                                                        300,000



                                  ,-.......
15-500-2241-50440                                                                                                  3,093,048
15-500-2241-50440                 Main from Gardiner to Paradise                                                                  1.600.000         1,600,000        100.00%                                                                                                       1.600,000
15-500-2241-50440                 Forest.Ave Pumpstn Imp                                                                           ~O,OOO             250,000        100.00%                                                                                                         250,000


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ...
15-500-2241-50552                 Prtnclpal Deb!. Repayment                                                                          35,583            35,583        100.00%                                                                                                                       35.563
15-500-2241-50452                                                                       3.144         213.1147       246.946         93.476          (120.471)        -56.31%                                                                                             93.476
 Total Distribution                                                                 1;016,487       4,632,1195     4,590,642      3,440,995        {1,191,900)        -25.73%     5.22,001     252,112      18,523     19,800      99.400                  111,700        93,476   2,228,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "
15-500-2245-50275                 Repairs & MaIntenance                                30,104          21,000         14,500         14,500            (6,500)       -30.95%                                                                                 "500
15-500-224S-50440                 IFR Fire Hydrants                                                    17.000         17.000         17.000                            0,00%                                                                                                          17.000
 Total Fire Proteetion                                                                 30.104          "'000          81,900         31.so0            (6,soo)       -17.11%                                                                                 14.500                   17,000

                                  Additional transfers to RestrIcted cep1t81                                          94,699
                                  Additional transfers to Restricted

15-500-2250-509Sll
                                    Debt SeNi<:e
                                  "'-"'"'       .......                             1.370,856
                                                                                    1,370,856
                                                                                                    1,300.000
                                                                                                    1,300,000
                                                                                                                     117,722

                                                                                                                     212,621
                                                                                                                                  1.370.000
                                                                                                                                  1,370,000
                                                                                                                                                       70,000
                                                                                                                                                       70,000           ''''"'
                                                                                                                                                                        ''''"'
 Total water Fund Expend                                                       $     8,939.725   $ 19.727,813 $ 21,307.886     $ 19050.081     $     1677.7321          -3.40%   21786.515   1.7171
                                                                                                                                                                                                  677      361:993   943:234      638.933     715.418     1.369.350      495.485   7.644:607      927.448     79,421




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                                         CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                                   WATER FUND
                              2009·2010 PROPOSED AND NEXT TWO YEARS PROJECTED




                                                                   2011             2012            2013
                       Project                                   PROPOSED         PROPOSED        PROPOSED
     ACCTNUMBER        Number         ACCOUNT NAME                BUDGET           BUDGET          BUDGET
  15-500-2200-50001            Water Admin Salaries            $     254,234    $     254,234   $     254,234
  15-500-2200-50044            Water Admin Standby Salaries           12,500           12,500          12,500
  15-500-2200-50100            Employee Benefits                      96,811          101,652         106,734
  15-500-2200-50103            Retiree Insurance Coverage            347,200          347,200         347,200
  15-500-2200-50105            W/C Insurance                         114,000          114,000         114,000
  15-500-2200-50175            Annual Leave Buy Back                    2,400           2,400           2,400
  15-500-2200-50207            Legal Ads                                9,000           9,000           9,000
  15-500-2200-50210            Membership Dues                         2,500            2,500           2,500
  15·500·2200-50212            Conferences                             2,500            2,500           2,500
  15-500-2200-50214            Tuition Reimb                           2,000            2,000           2,000
  15-500-2200-50220            Consultant Fees                       201,500          201,500         201,500
  15-500·2200-50230            E Main Recons Es
  15-500-2200-50238            Postage                                 1,000            1,000           1,000
  15-500-2200-50239            Fire & Liab Insurance                  73,300           73,300          73,300
  15-500-2200-50251            Telephone                               8,300            8,300           8,300
  15-500-2200-50261            Property Taxes                        229,000          229,000         229,000
  15-500-2200-50266            Legal/Admin                           301,400          301,400         301,400
  15-500-2200-50267            Data Processing                       137,000          137,000         137,000
  015-500-02200-0260           Rental Equip
  15-500-2200-50268            Mileage Allowance                       2,000            2,000           2,000
  15-500-2200·50271            Gasoline & Vehicle Main\.               8,481            8,481           8,481
  15-500-2200-50275            Repairs/Maint                           1,200            1,200           1,200
  15-500-2200-50280            RegUlatory Expense                     10,000           10,000          10,000
  15-500-2200-50281            Regulatory Assessment                  46,770           46,770          46,770
  15-500-2200-50305            Water                                   1,500            1,500           1,500
  15-500-2200-50306            Electricity                             8,000            8,000           8,000
  15-500-2200-50307            Natural Gas                             8,000            8,000           8,000
  15-500-2200-50361            Office Supplies                        30,000           30,000          30,000
  015-500-02200-0824           IFR Equipment
  15-500-2200-50440     150043 Safe Yield Study
  15·500·2200-50440     150056 Hydraulic Modeling
  15-500-2200-50440     150057 IRP Update
  15-500-2200-50440            WOP Plan Update
  15-500-2200-50440            WSSMP 5 Year Update                    80,000
  15-500-2200-50440            Water Financial Mgmt Study
  15-500-2200-50464            Revenue Reserve                        79,421          263,003         263,003
  15-500-2200-50505            Self-Insurance                         10,000           10,000          10,000
  15-500-2200-50515            Unemployment Ins                       12,000           12,000          12,000
  15-500-2200-50520            Severence                             175,000          175,000         175,000
  15-500-2200-50553            Contribution to Repayment
  15-500-2200-50851            Transfer to Equipment Replace         160,000          199,000          92,000
   Total Administration                                            2,427,017        2,574,440       2,472,522




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                                         CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                                   WATER FUND
                              2009-2010 PROPOSED AND NEXT TWO YEARS PROJECTED


   15-500-2209-50001              Cust Service Base Salary        265,049         265,049        265,049
   15-500-2209-50002              Overtime                         21,218          21,218         21,218
   15-500-2209-50003              Holiday Pay
   15-500-2209-50004              Temp & Seasonal                  22,800          22,800         22,800
   15-500-2209-50056              Injury Pay
   15-500-2209-50100              Employment Benefits             161,614         169,695        178,179
   15-500-2209-50175              Annual Leave Buy Back             4,950           4,950          4,950
   15-500-2209-50205              Copying & Binding                 1,000           1,000          1,000
   15-500-2209-50212              Conferences & Training            5,000           5,000          5,000
   15-500-2209-50225              Contract Services                21,000          21,000         21,000
   15-500-2209-50238              Postage                          34,300          34,300         34,300
   15-500-2209-50271              Gasoline & Vehicle Main!.        27,852          27,852         27,852
   15-500-2209-50275              Repairs & Maintenance            41,500          41,500         41,500
   15-500-2209-50299              Meter Maintenance                11,000          11,000         11,000
   15-500-2209-50311              Operating Supplies                9,000           9,000          9,000
   15-500-2209-50320              Uniforms & Protective Gear        1,000           1,000          1,000
   015-500-02209-0361             Office Supplies
   15-500-2209-50380              Customer Service Supplies        15,000          15,000         15,000
   015-500-02209-0445             Billing Software
   15-500-2209-50440    150944    Meter Replacement                 66,817          69,490        72,269
   15-500-2209-50440    150982    Remote Radio Read                900,000         900,000
   15-500-2209-50452              Principal Debt Repayment         107,821         105,000       105,000
   15-500-2209-50552              Interest Expense                 102,621         118,206       118,206
    Total Customer Service                                       1,819,542       1,843,060       954,323

   15-500-2212-50001              Supply Island Salary            294,593         294,593        294,593
   15-500-2212-50002              Overtime                         28,200          28,200         28,200
   15-500-2212-50004              Temporary Wages                  10,000          10,000         10,000
   15-500-2212-50056              Injury
   15-500-2212-50100              Employee Benefits               142,302         149,417        156,888
   15-500-2212-50175              Annual Leave Buy Back             6,300           6,300          6,300
   015-500-02212-0220             Consulting Services
   15-500-2212-50271              Gasoline & Vehicle Main!.        48,300          48,300         48,300
   15-500-2212-50275              Repair & Maintenance              8,300           8,300          8,300
   15-500-2212-50277              Reservoir Maintenance            25,000          25,000         25,000
   15-500-2212-50306              Electricity                      34,100          34,100         34,100
   15-500-2212-50311              Operating Supplies                3,750           3,750          3,750
   15-500-2212-50320              Uniform & Protective Gear           750             750            750
   15-500-2212-50335              Chemicals                        54,000          54,000         54,000
   015-500-02212-0435             Other Improvements
   015-500-02212-0435             LV Sluice Gate Imp
   15-500-2212-50440              Bottom Sluice Gate Replace
   15-500-2212-50440     151207   Intake at Paradise              190,000
   15-500-2212-50440              Intake at Sissons                50,000
   15-500-2212-50440              Dam & Dike Rehab LV             100,000         800,000
   15-500-2212-50440     151211   Easton Pond Dam Rep
   15-500-2212-50440     151246   Easton Pond Dam & Moat
   15-500-2212-50440              Easton Pond Dam & Spillway                                      250,000
   15-500-2212-50452              Principal Debt Repayment         114,000         205,000        205,000
   15-500-2212-50552              Interest Expense                 109,822         351,175        351,175
    Total Water Supply Island                                    1,219,417       2,018,885      1,476,356




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                                             CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                                       WATER FUND
                                  2009-2010 PROPOSED AND NEXT TWO YEARS PROJECTED


   15-500-2213-50002               Overtime                               4,500          4,500          4,500
   15-500-2213-50004               Temp/Seasonal                         15,300         15,300         15,300
   15-500-2213-50005               Permanent Part-time                   13,000         13,000         13,000
   15-500-2213-50100               Employment Benefits                    2,600          2,600          2,600
   15-500-2213-50275               Repairs & Maintenance                  8,800          8,800          8,800
   15-500-2213-50277               Reservoir Maint                        6,000          6,000          6,000
   15-500-2213-50306               Electricity                           92,600         92,600         92,600
   15-500-2213-50311               Operating Supplies                       500            500            500
   015-500-02213-0335              Chemicals
   015-500-02213-                  Bond Expenses
   15-500-2213-50440               Demolition of Old Nonquit Pum~
   15-500-2213-50440               Intake at Watson & Nonquit          250,000
   15-500-2213-50452               Principal Debt Repayment            562,682         548,789        548,789
   15-500-2213-50552               Interest Expense                     39,648          22,290         22,290
    Total Water Supply Mainland                                        995,630         714,379        714,379

  15-500-2222-50001                Treatment Plant Salary              443,629         443,629        443,629
  15-500-2222-50002                Overtime                             58,100          58,100         58,100
  15-500-2222-50003                Holiday Pay                          19,100          19,100         19,100
  15-500-2222-50100                Employee Benefits                   249,361         261,829        274,921
  15-500-2222-50175                Annual Leave Buy Back                 4,950           4,950          4,950
  15-500-2222-50212                Conferences                           5,500           5,500          5,500
  15-500-2222-50239                Fire & Liab Insurance                10,706          10,706         10,706
  15-500-2222-50260                Rental of Equip                       1,000           1,000          1,000
  15-500-2222-50271                Gasoline & Vehicle Main!.             8,100           8,100          8,100
  15-500-2222-50275                Repairs/Maint Equip                  35,000          35,000         35,000
  15-500-2222-50306                Electricity                         247,500         247,500        247,500
  15-500-2222-50307                Natural Gas                          23,300          23,300         23,300
  15-500-2222-50308                Sewer Charge                        290,834         290,834        290,834
  15-500-2222-50311                Operating Supplies                   27,800          27,800         27,800
  15-500-2222-50320                Uniforms & Protective Gear            1,350           1,350          1,350
  15-500-2222-50335                Chemicals                           399,000         399,000        399,000
  15-500-2222-50435                Station 1 Improvements
  15-500-2222-50440      152248    Chloramine Conversion design
  15-500-2222-50440      152249    Chloramine Conversion constru
  15-500-2222-50440      152269    pH Adjustment Design
  15-500-2222-50440      152269    pH Adjustment construction
  15-500-2222-50440      152212    Pretreat Clarif Train
  15-500-2222-50440      152250    General Improvements
  15-500-2222-50440      152255    Stn 1 UV
  15-500-2222-50440                Sakonnet Pump Station Main!.                                       111,000
  15-500-2222-50440                Stn 1 Raw Water Pump Station                                       175,000
  15-500-2222-50440                Add'i Pretreatment Clarification   2,500,000      5,806,000      2,494,000
  15-500-2222-50452                Principal Debt Repayment              31,439        184,465        184,465
  15-500-2222-50552                Interest Expense                      71,714        642,547        642,547
   Total Treatment Plant                                              4,428,383      8,470,710      5,457,802

  15-500-2223-50001                Lawton Valley Salary                434,079         434,079        434,079
  15-500-2223-50002                Overtime                             42,400          42,400         42,400
  15-500-2223-50003                Holiday Pay                          20,000          20,000         20,000
  15-500-2223-50100                Employee Benefits                   275,775         289,564        304,042
  15-500-2223-50175                Annual Leave Buy Back                 3,850           3,850          3,850



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                                        CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                                  WATER FUND
                             2009·2010 PROPOSED AND NEXT TWO YEARS PROJECTED


  15-500-2223-50212           Conferences                        3,500           3,500          3,500
  15-500-2223-50239           Fire & Uab Ins                    11,464          11,464         11,464
  15-500-2223-50260           Equipment Rental                     500             500            500
  15-500-2223-50271           Gasoline & Vehicle Main!.          8,400           8,400          8,400
  15-500-2223-50275           Repairs & Maintenance             43,400          43,400         43,400
  15-500-2223-50306           Electricity                      180,600         180,600        180,600
  15-500-2223-50307           Natural Gas                       28,900          28,900         28,900
  15-500-2223-50308           Sewer Charge                     383,148         383,148        383,148
  15-500-2223-50311           Operating Supplies                22,000          22,000         22,000
  15-500-2223-50320           Uniforms & Protective Gear         1,000           1,000          1,000
  15-500-2223-50335           Chemicals                        216,000         216,000        216,000
  015-500-02223-0435          Residuals
  15-500-2223-50440    152348 Chloramine Conversion design
  15-500-2223-50440    152350 Chloramine Conversion constrl
  015-500-02223-0449          Residuals Management
  15-500-2223-50440    152378 Camp Dres Sht Term Imp Ph
  15-500-2223-50440           Res MgmtlSt Mary Raw
  015-500-02223-0475          Water Trmt Plant Chern Feed
  15-500-2223-50440    152315 pH Improvements design
  15-500-2223-50440           New Water Treatment
  15-500-2223-50440           CDM Water Age
  15-500-2223-50440    152315 pH Improvements construction
  15-500-2223-50440           IFR Improvements
  15-500-2223-50440            Fire Code Upgrades
  15-500-2223-50440    152381 WaterAge
  15-500-2223-50440    152374 Intake at Gardiner Pond
  15-500-2223-50440           LV 4mg Res Aeration
  15-500-2223-50440    152313 Reservoir Aeration
  15-500-2223-50440    152379 New Treatment Plant StudylDee   1,262,790        625,000        650,000
  15-500-2223-50440    152314 Sediment Basin Imp
  15-500-2223-50440    152349 Residuals Management Rate Fl
  15-500-2223-50440    152349 Residuals Management SRF Fl
  15-500-2223-50440           New WTP DB/Const                               8,910,000     24,405,000
  15-500-2223-50452           Principal Debt Repayment          75,923         284,229        284,229
  15-500-2223-50552           Interest Expense                  78,204       1,077,085      1,077,085
  15-500-2223-50560           SRF Interest
  15-500-2223-50950           Depreciation Expense
   Total Lawton Valley                                        3,091,933     12,585,119     28,119,597

  15-500-2235-50001            Water Lab Salary                105,612         105,612        105,612
  15-500-0223-50004            Temp Wages
  15-500-2235-50100            Employee Benefits                61,302          64,367         67,585
  15-500-2235-50175            Annual Leave Buy Back             2,750           2,750          2,750
  15-500-2235-50275            Repairs & Maintenance             1,000           1,000          1,000
  15-500-2235-50281            Water Lab Regulatory Assess      36,500          36,500         36,500
  15-500-2235-50311            Operating Supplies
  15-500-2235-50339            Lab Supplies                     18,500          18,500         18,500
   Total Lab                                                   225,684         228,729        231,947




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                                          CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                                    WATER FUND
                               2009-2010 PROPOSED AND NEXT TWO YEARS PROJECTED


   15-500-2241-50001               Distribution Salary                     454,101          454,101          454,101
   15-500-2241-50002               Overtime                                 52,000           52,000           52,000
   15-500-2241-50001               HOliday Pay
   15-500-2241-50004               Temp Wages                                10,000           10,000           10,000
   15-500-2241-50056               Injury Pay
   15-500-2241-50100               Employee Benefits                        252,712          265,348          278,615
   15-500-2241-50175               Annual Leave Buy Back                      5,900            5,900            5,900
   15-500-2241-50212               Conferences                                4,000            4,000            4,000
   15-500-2241-50225               Contract Services                         12,500           12,500           12,500
   15-500~2241-50239               Fire & Liab Insurance                      2,023            2,023            2,023
   15-500-2241-50260               Heavy Equip Rental                         8,900            8,900            8,900
   15-500-2241·50307               Natural Gas
   15-500-2241-50271               Gasoline & Vehicle Main!.                 99,400           99,400          100,394
   15-500-2241-50275               Repairs & Maintenance                     32,000           32,000           32,000
   15-500-2241-50276               Repalrs/Maint Mains                       84,800           84,800           84,800
   15-500-2241-50296               Service Maintenance                       33,500           33,500           33,500
   15-500-2241-50306               Electricity                               19,600           19,600           19,600
   015-500-02241-0298              Valve Maintenance
   15-500-2241-50311               Operating Supplies                        11,000           11,000           11,000
   15-500-2241-50320               Uniforms & Protective Gear                 1,500            1,500            1,500
   015-500-02241-0456              GIS & Hydraulic Modeling
   15-500-2241-50440     154127    Distribution Main Improve (Oce!
   15-500-2241-50440     154158   .Water Trench Restoration                  78,000           81,120           84,365
   015-500-02241-0457              Leak Detection EqUipment
   15-500-2241-50440     154183    Storage Tank Improvements
   15-500-2241-50440     154184    Sherman Street Mains
   15-500-2241-50440     154116    System Wide Main Improve                 300,000        3,200,000         300,000
   15-500-2212-50440               Main from Gardiner to Paradise         1,600,000
   15-500-2241-50440               Forest Ave Pump Stn Imp                  250,000
   15-500-2241-504440              Paradise Pump Station                                                      67,000
   15-500-2241.50452               Principal Debt Repayment                 35,583          139,040          139,040
   15-500-2241-50552               Interest Expense                         93,476          506,142          506,142
   15-500-2241-50950               Depreciation Expense
    Total Distribution                                                    3,440,$95        5,022,874        2,207,380

   15-500-2245-50275             Repairs & Maintenance                       14,500          14,500            14,500
   015-500-02245-085             Fire Code Upgrades
   15-500-2245-50440      154588 IFR Fire Hydrants                           17,000          18,000            18,000
    Total Fire Protection                                                    31,500          32,500            32,500


   15-500-2250-50950              Depreciation Expense                    1,370,000        1,370,000        1,370,000




    Total Waler Fund Expend                                          $   19,050,081   $   34,860,695   $   43,036,806

   Total Water Fund Revenues                                         $   17,680,081   $   33,490,695   $   41,666,806




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                                                             PROJECT DETAIL

PR JECTTITLE                    PAR    E TOR                                           LOCATION
WSSMP 5 Year Update
RtWRB due Jul 2012                               Water Utilities
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

  According to Rhode Island General Laws § 46-15.3, the Water System Supply
  Management Plan (WSSMP) has a 5 Year Update due to the Rhode Island Water
  Resources Board (RIWRB) in July 2012. Consulting engineering services
  necessary to prapara the City's WSSMP are estimated at $80,000.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

State Mandate
STATUSIOTHER COMMENTS                                  OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS

11;,;=,.-,;===="....----------,==,,---1 Encourages long-term project and financial planning; Avoids withholding,
TOTAL PROJECT COST                          $80000     termination, or annulment of disburseabJe funds to the Cit .
                                                          PLANNED FINANCING

                       Prior   Uns ent                                      Pro osed     Pro osed      Pro OBed       Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS       Fundln   12126/2009                                    2011/12      2012113       2013/14       2014116    TOTAL




Water Rates                                    New                                                                                 80,000




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                                                                      PROJECT OETAIL

PROJECT TITLE (#150944)                OEPARTMENT OR DIVISION                                   LOCATION

Meter Re lacement Pro ram              Water - Meisr Division                                   New art, Middletown, Portsmouth
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 Water meters are the instruments through which the Department receives most of its
 revenue. By design, water meters tend to slow down or lag over time. As such, the
 revenue lost per meter increases the longer a metsr remains in service. In Newport.
 the cost of raplacing all meters, regardless of size, is borne by the utility. There are
 almost 15,000 meters in the system. In addition to replacing older meters, special
 attention is given to downsizing meters. The accuracy of large meters typically is
 poor in monitoring low flow       «
                                  10 gpm) conditions. Funds allocated for this project
 would be dedicated to replacing old meters and downsizing large meters.




GOALS & OBJECTI ES

Perform regular, on oin maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                             OPERATING COSTSISAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                   n- alng      1m roved accuracy of meter reads resulfs in increased revenues
                                                                    PLANNED FINANCING

                           Prior        Uns ent       Estimated                    Pro ased       Pro osed      Pro aBed     Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS           Fundln        12/26/2009    FY10 Ex .                    2011/12         2012/13       2013/14      2014/15       TOTAL




Water Rates                64,247          50,471                                      69,490         72,269       75,160          78,166   351,902




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                                                                 PROJECT DETAIL



 Remote Meter Readin /nstell                         Weter Utilities                                    New ort Middletown Portsmouth

 Besed upon resulls of the remote read pilot study, systam wide imp/amentation of
 the technology is recommended. This will allow for a greatly improved and more
 accurate system of recording water consumption and will result in fewer estimated
 and disputed bills. This technology allows reading water meters without being
 required to enter the building to manually record the reeding. Approximately
 16,000 meters will be converted in this program wilh 4,000 of the conversions
 requiring new meters as well as the radio read equipment.




Technolo icallm rovements


TOTAL PROJECT COST                               3200000

                      Pror        ns en         stlma e                         ro    se       ro ose         ro ose      ro osa
SOURCE OF FUNDS       un n                           x •                                       01 1                         4 6




Water rates


SRF                                                                                  900,000                                            1,800,000




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                                                                      PROJECT DETAIL

PR JE TTITLE                      DEPARTMENT        R DIVI                                      LOCATION

Intake at Paradise                Water Utilities                                               Paradise Pond
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

  The age Bnd condition ofthe Paradise Pond intake structure is an issue for the
 overall operational capabilities of Ihe system. This project would raplace the sluice
 gate and operator valves at the intake s/ructure.

 Engineering and Construction is planned 88 a design build similar to the project
 completed at the Lawton Valley reservoir in 2006, and the Gardiners Pond
 Reservoir in 2008.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Perform fe utar, on oin maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                            OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                               Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                    PLANNED FINANCING

                        Prior      Uns ent           Estimated                     Pro osed           Pro osed    Pro Dsed   Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS        Fundin      12/26/2009        FY10 Ex .                      2011112            2012113     2013/14   2014115       TOTAL




Water Rates                                            New                                                                                  190,000




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                                                                             PROJECT DETAIL

P     J CT TITLE                         EPA      E T OR DIVISION                                        LOCATION

          Intake at Sissons                                     Water Utilities                                               Sissons Pond
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

     This projact includas tha raplacament of tha gata valvas and intaka screans at Iha
    intake struoture for Sisson Pond

    This project is proposed as a design build similar to improvements at the intake at
    the other reservoirs




GOALS & OBJE TlVES


                                                                       OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


"T"O"'T"A.,-L""P"'R"'O'"'JE"'C"'T'"'C"'O"'S"'T,----------.-. ."..,,7l7I""lExtend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                            PLANNEO FINANCING

                            Prior        Uns ent         Estimated                         Pro osed            Pro osed    Pro osed   Pro oBed
 DUReE OF FUNDS            Fundln        12/26/2009      FY10 Ex .                          2011/12             2012113     2013/14    2014/16      TOTAL




                                                           New                                                                                        50,000




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                                                                     PROJECT DETAil
PROJE       L                        ARTMENT        R                                          LOCATION
Dem and Dike Rehabilitation,
 Lawton Valle                     Water Utililies                                              Lawton Valle
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Upkeep and maintenance of source water dams needs to be programmed into
the Water Division's Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Funding in FY2011 is
  roposed Ibr an engineering studyoftha tntegrity of the Lawton Valley Reservoir dike
which will identify and prioritize any short and/or long tenn improvements that are
identified.

funding in fY2012 is proposed for implementing/constructing prioritized
improvements.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES


                                                                OPERATING COSTSISAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                              Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                   PLANNEO FINANCING

                        Prior      Uns ent          Estimated                      Pro osed          Pro ased    Pro osed   Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS        Fundln      1212612009       FY10 Ex .                      2011112           2012113     2013/14    2014116       TOTAL




                                                New                                  800,000                                               900,000




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                                                                  PROJECT DETAIL

PR JECT TITLE                   DEP R          o DIVISION                                   LOCATION
Dam and Spillway Rehabilitation
 Station One                    Water Utilities
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The Easton Pond Dam and Moat study compteted in 2007 indicated the need to
 further investigate and perform long term maintenance fa the concrete spillway at
 South Easton Pond. Repairs to the concrete headwalts, spillway, and opereting
 gate valves are proposed for Ihis work. Additional funds are requested in
 201312014 to perfonn an engineering evaluation of the remainder of the dam not
 completed as part of the initial repairs.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Perform ro utar, ongoin maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                        OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


OTAL PROJECT COST                                            Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                PLANNED FINANCING

                       Prior      Uns ent        Estimated                     Pro ased           Pro ased    Pro ased   Pro osed
DUReE OF FUNDS        Fundln      12/26/2009     FY10 Ex .                      2011112            2012113     2013/14   2014115      TOTAL




                                                   New                                              250,000    100,000                 350,000




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                                                                     PROJECT DETAIL

PR JECTTITLE                     DEPARTME           R                                          LOCATION

Intake at Watson and Non uit      Water Utilitias                                               Towns of Tiverton end Littfe Com ton
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The aga and condition of the intaka structures at Watson Reservoir and Nonquit
 are an ovarall issue for oparational capabilities of the system. The project would
 replace the sluice gates and operator valves at the intake structures

 Engineering and Construction is planned as a design build similar to the project
 compleled at the Lawton Valley reservoir in 2006, and the Gardiners Pond
 Reservoir in 2008.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Perform re ular. on oin maintenance
STATUSIOTHER COMMENTS                                           OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                              Extend lite s an of infrastructure
                                                                   PLANNED FINANCING

                        Prior      Una ent          Estimated                     Pro ased           Pro ased    Pro   sed    Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS        Fundln      12126/2009       FY10 Ex .                      2011112           2012113      2013/14      2014/16    TOTAL




                                                        New                                                                               250,000




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                                                                    PROJECT DETAIL

                                               OR DIVISION                                    LOCATION

                                                        Watar Utilities                                              Tiverton

 The Sakonnet Pump Station provides pumping of raw water for the two mainland
 res9Noirs to the island treatment plants. These two mainland reservoirs provide
 approXimately 50% of the entire system reservoir capacity and thus the pump
 station is 8 vital component of the system. The pump station was constructed in
 1993 and is in naad of electrical and architectural Istructural upgrades including
 tying the station in to the treatment plant Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
 (SCADA) systems, emergency lighting, new overhead doors, roofing, fire code
 upgrades.




GOALS   OBJECTIVES

Perfonn re u/af, on oin maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                         OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                            Extend Jjfe s an of infrastructure
                                                                 PLANNED FINANCING

                        Prior      Una ant        Estimated                        Pro osed        Pro osed    Pro osed     Pro osed
aUReE OF FUNDS         Fundln                     FY10 Ex .                         2011112         2012113     2013/14      2014/15    TOTAL




Water Rates
                                                    New                                              111,000                             111,000




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                                                                      PROJECT DETAIL

                                    DEPARTM          D                                          LOCATION

                                                          Water Uli/itias                                                    Nawort


  Tha Station 1 Raw Water Pump Station is tha primary source of supply of raw weter
  from the four reservoirs into the treatment plant. The pump station was built in 1970
  and, if properly maintained, has a remaining estimated life of 20 years. Proposed
  maintenance upgrades inoludes a new electrical system consisting of distribution
  equipment, fighting, fire alann and emergency lighting, as well as
  Architecturel/Structural upgrades consisting of new roofing, windows, roof hatches,
  8,!d exterior railings.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

On oin Maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                            OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


"T"'O"T"A'L"P"'R"'O"JE"'C"'T'"C"'O"'S"'T,-----------.-"'''"''rorlExtend fife s an of infrastructure
                                                                   PLANNED FINANCING

                          Prior      Una ant        Estimated                        Pro ased         Pro ased    Pro ased   Pro osed
 OUReE OF FUNDS          Fundin                     FY10 Ex .                         2011112          2012/13    2013/14     2014/15      TOTAL




 Water Rates
                                                      New                                               175,000                             175,000




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                                                                   PROJECT DETAIL

PR JE TTITLE                     D PARTMENT OR DIVISION                                       LOCATION
Station One - additionai
Pretreatment/Ciarifioation       Water UtiHties                                               New ort
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The improvements at Station 1 are part of the Design Build projeot for Treatment
 Piant improvements. The work at Staion 1 inoludes the installation of an additional
 pretreatmant/olarifioation trein to provida 9-Million Gallons par Day (MGD )reliable
 treatment capacity.




  ALS & OBJECTIVES


TATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                          OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


OTAL PROJECT COST                                             Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                 PLANNED FINANCING

                         Prior     Uns ant        Estimated                     Pro     sed        Pro ased    Pro osed   Pro osed
DUReE OF FUNDS          Fundln     12126/2009     FY10 Ex .                      2011/12           2012113      2013114    2014/15      TOTAL




Borrowing
                                                   New                           5,806,000         2,494,000                            10,800,000




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                                                                      PROJECT DETAIL

PROJE T TITLE (#15 379)                          0   DIVISIO                                    LOCATION
City AdvisorlProfessional Services
   for WTP 1m rovements           Water Utilities
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The City Advisor for the new Lawton Valley Water Treatment Plant (L VWTP) and
 long tenn improvements at Station 1 will assist the City with the procurement and
 implementation process of the single design build project. The City Advisor will
 assist in: the required piloting for the plant improvements; siting of the new L VWTP;
 preparation of the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the DesignlBuild (DB) project;
 assistance withdeveJopmenf of the DB contract; and construction oversight.

 Additional professional services (financial, legal) will also be required for the
 procurement process of the single DB project.



GOALS & OBJECTIVES


STATUSI THER COMMENTS                                            OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                   n~   om     Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                    PLANNED FINANCING

                           Prior    Uns ent          Estimated                     Pro Dsed           Pro osed    Pro ased   Pro Dsed
SOURCE OF FUNDS           Fundin    1212612009       FY10 Ex .                      2011/12           2012113      2013/14    2014115     TOTAL




                       2,296,960     2,159,190                                        625,000           650,000    675,000              3,212,790




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                                                                          PROJECT OETAIL

         TTl LE                       DEPART         T RDIVISION                                      LOCATION
LVWTP
New Water Treatment Plant             Water Utilities
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

  As recommended in the 2005 Compliance Evaluation of the Treatment Plants, the
  Lawton Valley facilly is recommended to be replaced in order to provide treatment
  that meets upcoming drinking water standards. The existing Plant went online in
  1943 and it has been determined to be more cost effective to construct a new plant
  versus attempting to retrofit the existing one.

  This project will be completed as a Design Build project in conjunction with the
  improvements at Station 1.




GOALS     OeJECTIVES


STATUSIOTHER COMMENTS                                                OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


I"T"'O"T"'A'Ln n E
             p R"OJ7."C"'T"C"'O"'S"T,.....-----------..."","'7""',""ni Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                         PLANNEO FINANCING

                           Prior        Uns ent         Estimated                       Pro osed            Pro osed     Pro ased    Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS           Fundln        12126/2009      FY10 Ex .                        2011112             2012113     2013114     2014115     TOTAL




 Borrowing
                                                          New                            8,910,000          24,405,000   5,424,000              38,739,000




                                                                                         8,910,000          24,405,000   5,424,000




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                                                                         PROJECT DETAIL
PROJECT TITLE #154158)               DEPARTMENT       R 01 I I N                                     LOCATION

    Water Trench Restoration                                 Water Utilities
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

  A yearly contract is proposed to be awarded to a contractor for pennanent
  rastoration of water tranches. Ideally, a 3-6 month period is provided between
  temporary and permanent restoration to allow for settlement.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Ongoin maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                               OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


I~T"'O"TA'L;-;;PR;;-O;;-J"E"C'"T"'C"O"S'"T~---------7'O;';:n:-:-
                                                              ::o"in=-1Avoidance of Habilit issues
                                                                       PLANNED FINANCING

                           Prior                                                        Pro osed       Pro osed     Pro ased    Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS           Fundln                                                        2011112         2012/13     2013/14     2014/15     TOTAL




WalerRates                  67,570         14,139                                          81,120          84,365      87,740     91,250     422,475




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                                                                     PROJECT DETAIL

       T TITLE                     EPARTMENT             10                                    LOCA
      System Wide Main
        1m rovements              Water Utilities                                              Me", ort Middietown & Portsmoulh
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
   Per the recommendations contained in the 2010 Infrastructure Replacement Pian,
 water mains are being replaced due to age, condition, or capacity. Improvements in
 the distribution system reinforce the hydraulic integrity of the system and the quality
 of water delivered to our customers.

   FY10/11 - Engineering/Design
   FY11/12 - Water Main Construction
   FY12113 - Engineering/Design
   FY13114- Water Main Construction
   FY14/15- Engineering/Design




GOALS & OBJECTIVES


STATUS/OTHER C MMENTS                                           OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS

TOTAL PROJECT COST                                  n- om       Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                   PLANNED FINANCING

                        Prior      Uns ent          Estimated                     Pro osed           Pro ased    Pro osed    Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS        Fundln      12126/2009       FY10 Ex .                      2011112           2012/13     2013/14     2014115    TOTAL




Borrowin             3,093,048    3,093,048     3,093,048                          3,200,000           300,000   3,500,000    300,000   7,600,000




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                                                                     PROJECT DETAIL

PROJECT TITLE (#161206)             DEPARTMENT OR DIVISION                                      LOCATION
       Raw Water Main
      Gardiner to Paradise                               Water Ulilities                                      Gardiner and Paradise Ponds
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The 3D-inch raw water main between Gardiner and Paradise Ponds was inspected
 by CCTV. The inspection yielded blockages and leaks which reducas the hydraulic
 capacity of tha line.

 This projact provides for engineering and constrnction in FY 2010 and 2011,
 respectively.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES


Perform regular. ongoin maintenance
STATUSIOTHER COMMENTS                                          OPERATING COSTSISAVINGS



OTAL PROJECT COST                                 $ 1,750,000 Extend life s an of infrastrncture
                                                                  PLANNED FINANCING

                       Prior         Uns ent       Estimated                         Pro osed      Pro osed      Pro osed     Pro osod
OUReE OF FUNDS        Fundln         1212612009    FY10 Ex .                          2011112      2012113        2013/14      2014/15      TOTAL




Borrowin                  150,000      150,000                                                                                              1600,000




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                                                                    PROJECT DETAIL

PROJE T TITLE                    DEPARTMEN             S                                      LOCATION
Forest Avenue Pump Stetion
1m rovements                     Water Utilities                                              Middlalown
PROJEC DESCRIPTION

  The Forest Ave. water pump station was constructed in 1966. The proposed
 improvements will improve operations and reliability. The proposed improvements
 include: replacement of two 1-miltion gellons per day (MGD) pumps; installation of
 variabte frequency drives; update of electrical service; upgrade of emergency
 generatorltransfer switch; installation of Supervisory Control and Data AcqUisition
 (SCADA) to the Lawton Valley Weter Treatment Plant (L VWTP) and Station 1;
 security fencing; alann system;and building improvements (doors, windows, and
 roof)




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Perform fe utar, on oin maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                          OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                             Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                  PLANNED FINANCING

                        Prior     Uns ent          Estimated                     Pro ased           Pro ased    Pro ased   Pro sed
SOURCE OF FUNDS       Fundln      12/26/2009       FY10 Ex .                      2011/12            2012/13     2013/14    2014/15      TOTAL




                                                    New                                                                                   250,000




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                                                                    PROJECT DETAIL



    ParadIse Pum 8tatlon                                water UtIIIlfes

  The Paradise Pump Station provides pumping of row water from the Paradise and
 Gardiners Pond reservoirs to the Station 1 pump station. The pump station building
 is in need of architectural/structural repairs including new roofing, doors, windows,
 and siding. Required electrical upgrades include emergency fighting and additional
 pumpcontrols.




f-Jerronn fe utar. on om mamtenance


TOTAL PROJECT COST


                         r or      Uns ent         s mate                          (0   ase   Pro aBe      ro ase    ro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS         un n                         Ox.                                                        4




Wale,Rates
                                                   New                                           67,000                            67,000




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                                                                       PROJECT DETAIL

PROJECT TITLE (#154588)            DEPARTMENT        R DIVI ION                                  LOCATION

                                   Water Utilities


  The Water Division has a a comprehensive program to mplaC9 hydanfs upon
 reaching an age of 50 years old. Continued funding for these hydrants will allow
 the Water Division to continue this program to provide adequate fire fighting
 capabilities for the Is/end.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Perform re ular, on oin maintenance
STATUSIOTHER COMMENTS                                             OPERATING COSTSISAVINGS


OTAL PROJECT COST                                    n- om        Extend life s an of infrastructure
                                                                     PLANNED FINANCING

                       Prior        Uns ent          Estimated                      Pro ased           Pro ased    Pro ased    Pro ased
DUReE OF FUNDS        Fundln        12/2612009       FY10 Ex •                       2011112            2012/13    2013114      2014/15     TOTAL




                          17,000        15,128                                          18,000            18,000      18,000     18,000       89,000




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                                                          TABLE 11
                                         EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT SCHEDULE-WATERFUND
                                                                              DATE
                                          10#    DESCRIPTION                  YEAR   FY09110             FY11f12    FY12f13    FY13f14
2006      Ford            Fusion         1610    Dir- Ulil Car                2006
2006                  Trackless MT5      1984    Tractor                      2006
2005     Peque             612T          1412    12 ft. Traiier               2005
2004     Chev             C-3500         1973    Crew Cab Pickup              2004                         28,000
2004     Chev              S-10          1975    Pickup Truck                 2004                                    19,000
2004     Chev             C-1500         1609    Pickup Truck                 2004                         23,000
2004     Chev             K-3500         1607    Dump Truck                   2004                         40,000
2004   Ing.Rand         P175WW           2410    Air Compressor               2004
2004     Chev              S-10          2209    Pickup Truck                 2004                                    19,000
2004     Chev              G-30          1212    Cargo Van                    2004                         37,000
2004     Chev             K2500          2210    Pickup                       2004                         23,000
2004     Chev              S-10          2543    Pickup                       2004                                    19,000
2004     Chev              S-10          2567    Pickup                       2004                                    19,000
2004    DewEze           ATM72           8983    Mower                        2004
2004     Bob Cat     4 wd off road veh   8974    4wd Off Road Vehicie         2004                         28,000
2002    Ing.Rand        P 185WJD         1611    Trailered Air Compress       2002                                    16,000
2008      Ford            F-250           896    Pick-up                      2008
2001   Freightline         F-70           816    Dump Truck                   2000     94,868
2008      Ford            F-250           912    Pick-up                      2008
2008      Ford            F-250           933    Pickup Truck                 2008
2001     Case             580M           3450    Backhoe                      2001
2000     Ford             Taurus          224    Dept. Director Vehicle       2000                         20,000
2007     Chev             E-250           817    Van                          2007
2000     Chev            C-3500           818    Hydrant Truck                2000     52,713
2000    Big Tex        BIW110PI-20        820    Flat bed Traiier             2000     14,000
2008   DewEze            ATM72           8984    Mower                        2008
1995     Pug            PT-44-MCI         xxxx   4wd Off Road Vehicie         1995     15,321
2008                                             Wood Chipper                 2008

                                                  Total Water                         176902              199000      92000




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                                           CAPITAL BUDGET



        Capital Improvement programming allows the City to plan and integrate long-term
        physical needs with available financing. The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a
        recommended schedule of public physical improvements, including the planning and
        engineering thereof, for the City of Newport, the Newport Public School Department and
        the Newport Public Library over the next five years.

        Capital improvements are major City projects that do not typically recur on a consistent
        armual operating basis. CIP projects are categorized as follows:


            •   Any acquisition or lease ofland
            •   The purchase of major equipment and vehicles valued in excess of$15,000
            •   Construction or renovation of new buildings, infrastructure or facilities
            •   Major building improvements, with an estimated cost in excess of $15,000, that
                are not routine expenses and that substantially enhance the value of a structure
            •   Major equipment or furnishings, with an estimated value in excess of$15,000,
                required to furnish new buildings or facilities.


        The City of Newport, Rhode Island has a separate five-year plan for capital
        improvements. This plan (budget) can be requested from the Finance Department (40 I)
        845-5392. The five-year capital improvement summary and project sheets for the
        proposed fiscal year 2010·2011 budget are included in the operating budget for
        information purposes only. Please refer to the five-year plan for project sheets reiating to
        all capital projects and an analysis related to the Capital Budget.

        The City Council has adopted the five"year plan "in concept" without approved funding
        sources. The funding sources for the FY 2010-2011 capital plan will be adopted with the
        adoption of the operating budget.




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=---.-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-__-_-__- _                                             .
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------                                                                                              Recommended elP Schedule
                                            -~~~_--_~=====- - - - - - - " ' ' = ' FY 20ij:-2015-- - - . " - - - - - - - - - - - _ - _--:::-_-_- -.-_---_-._._.
                                                                                                                                              __-__-__ __ -                                                                                             1
=,              ~=--c=-
                                                               AC~-                 Unspent         I--        Fundlnn'              'Pr(i~-ed--       pronosed             Pronosed               ProPOsed - Pronnsed               Total
                                                                 No.        P.       12131109                  Source                     2010·11          2011-12           2012·13               2013·14        2014·15         10/11-14/15
                                                                             .. -
 SCHOOL PROJECTS:
  Buildlno    Renovations                                                                                      General                                      400 000             400000              400 000         400,000         1600,000
                                                                                                                                   1---
                                                                                                                                                            400,000             400000        ~:OOO                 400,ootf        1,600,000
LiBRARYPROJECTS·· - -- ..- --------                    .. - - - - - - - + - + - - - - + - + - - - - + - + - - - - - - 1 -
I~G;;u"'tt~e;;ra~n~d"'R~O~O"fw§o;,;rk~~~~~~~~4--+---l----+--_="·1_:G:::'-e"-n"'e,,iac-I-+-+                                                         +_~=;+----                                                                            ----

 V'T.A'~V~';'c'o=nv=ers="io'n',"''''''----------+----II---+---·
                                                            -.---. -.-                                         General                                                                       ----~---

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          12,500
                                                                                                                                                            _..:!~,"500
.§~~!Y_~iiB:~~-              ..----------                                                                      General                                                            18,000                                                  18,O~g.
 Rock Removal                                                                                               -Generar-                                                                                20,000                               20,000
  Planter   R~e~m~o~va~';=,;=~=======b=d=t===~==t-gG~~rt~.~~.r~!t,~::·tt====::::~t::::~~t::::~~~:::::;;~::::~~~t::::~~~
~::~ri~'~~~·';-;~~J~~~-
                                                                                                           10,000    10,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -
                                                                        -
                                                                                  12,500          20,000   10,000    60,600                                                   "_ .:'18,990

 GENERAL FUND:
 lnformatioll f1, Communication ~ys_tems                       133620                                 400 General                           168950          124200                62600              84200          121 600           581 550
_Total Flnance-Oe'DlU1im!nt --      -----                                                                                                   188,950         124,200               82,6~o.. ___ ~~l~_QIL         ____1~.1L~~Q ..       _5_8_1,65_0_


                                                                                                     ·403 General                            44,000          12,000                           ---                                         56,000
                                                                                                      404 General                            17,500.         .17,500              17,500                                                  52,500
                                                                                                          General                                                                                      24000                              24000
                                                                                                                                             61,500          29,500               17!~.~9..         __ ~OOQ._                         132,5~0



                                                               133910 ---
                                                                                                                . ---    ...   -
                                                                                       405 General          250,000   400,OO~    ,~Q~Q.~_O~ ___5.Q~OOO. _.____~OO,OOO ___ ...b..l:!~(),O.o()
                                                               133800         179,745 408 General .-        150,000                                                            150,000
                                                                                       407"' General-        35,000   140,000                                                  140,000
                                                                                                             75,000   202,000     180,000      150,000        150~ ---757,000
  ~:~~ ~~~t~-~~~~::               ------------                                         408 General
                                                                                       409 General
                                                               1."13"'4"'0"'90~1-_1___-!!.97,,,-"20"'0'_l-~~~~""-++--~~'+_-=="_+--""""""'-II----'-"==+---"==+----"'~~CJ
                                                                                       409 DEM
                                                                                                             50,000
                                                                                                             50,000
                                                                                                                       60,000     100,000      125,000        125,000          480,000
                                                                                                                                                                                 50,000
 Plavaround Improvements                                       134060          90,000        General                               60,000       30,000         75,000          185,000
                                                                                       410 General           25,000   150,000      60,000       75,000         50!0_~Q__      _~_~O,OOO
                                                                                             General
                                                                                                            635,000   952,000     800,000      880,000        900,000       4,132,000




_Total Planning/Zoning/Dev & Inspect                                                  464,710                                               315,000         200,000             200000              200.000      5.605.000          6.520,000_


~cCeSSibilTtVP-ubIlC ReCreation Sites                          134030                                414 General                            100,000         250,000                                  50,00l!        100,000           500.~~
  Recreation Center Safety Upgrade:s                                                                     General
----.IQ_~al Recreation DeDartment - _.-                                                                                                     100,000         250,000                                  50,000         100,000           500,000
 ...._------------------::=!---. ---                                                      -     -       -- -    -----                                             --      - - - - - - - - - - --                                            .....   -


~!p_f.lle':lt~_'~!~~~_r:r!e_n.!.lB!ei . Gen ---- --- -------                                         415 Service Fees                       420,000         190,000              30,000             610000       1,000,000          2,250,000
1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - ---                                                                                                              .                                             - -- - - - - - -


                                                                                                                                          1,700,450    2,158,200             1,64~100 ~~,200                     8,136,600         15,776,650


 Maritime 1m rovements                                                                                         Enterprise                   320,000                                                                                   320,000
 ';M"'a";ritl"'m"'e'cl"!m~orro":v;'em"""en"'ts""'==~----+---    ~_ ....__._.      ,_ .G29P_'!.~_'l~~E! ----'----...----.-.  5~~,~~~  36.00ij- ---36~,OO~ -'--~~~,'~~~
~E.!t!!~!1]~)l!_~_~~!!:!~_I"!!~_ll_t~_~r.j~j,ll."!e __     +-__
                                                          -f_+-           -+_---iI-'E"n,t,erprjSe-.---- _ _==,,;.4_-f76!?,~00!!;0CJ_-~~~-_'f!?'f~I--__;~~+_-~~~
1_--,T"O!a=1"'M"'a..I"'lm......
                  rI . .o Fu"'n"'d'---                     +-_--f_+----!--1___---I-f--'3"'2"'0",0",0,,-0+_-.76,000 _2_~_._~~~Jl.9                                                                                                   1&94,000
------------                                        ........


 park~qFacJliilesFyp&--------+--1___-+-----+---I-----+-+-----I-------1--                                            - +-----j-------
 Parking improvements                      - - --- EnterDiiSe --- -----27f):tfCiif ···'--1'50,00('" ~--f5(f,OOO -.~--- ...--.----- ---575,000
 Equipment Replacement-Par~ing                     Enterprise            30,000                         42,000                        72,000




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                                                                                                      Recommended CIP Schedule
                                                                                                               FY 2011       ~_ 2016
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         --
--                                             --    --r-
                                                              Actlvlt\l             Unsoent                     ~~!l!!!!lg__     ___ _          ~~<!P._Q~"~~ ___        PrODosed            Proposed. _J~XQl'!ose;t_ ~9P.2..~_l!~__              Total
 Pro eet titfi-'"                                               No.           P., Il$: 12131f09                 Source                                2010·11            2011·12             2012.13           2013.14       2014·16         -10111·14116

                                                                                                                                                                                       -
 Easton's Beach Fund:
 Easton's Imorovements                                                                                          General                                           -        26,000               25,000            25,000               ·           75,000
 Easton's Imorovements                                                                                          UOAG                                      60,000           50000                50,000                                 -          160,000
 Eauioment Reolacement·Easton'S                 --                            -                                 Enterprise                                60000                    ·                   -                               -            60 000
_ .J:gtal ~as,~ol}~!. Bl!.~ch Fl!-I}d_.~_. . --.     ..'._-                                                                                            - 120,000           75,000__.            7_~QOO.    _     ~OOO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ·          295,000_

                                                                                                                                 1--                                                                                                                        -
 W T RP LL TI                 OL
 Sanitary Sewer System Improvements                                                                            Rates/Borrow                            1,000,000        2,000,000            3,000,000         3,000,000     3,000000          12,000,000
 eso Tasks by United Water (Per Consent)                                                                       Metered Rate                              860,000          850,000                      ·                 ·             ·        1.700,000
 Storm Water Infrastructure.Repairs                           104330                                           Metered Rate                                 100,000       100,000              100,000                   -             -          300,000
 Prooram Manager      for
                      'Imofememtation of CSO LTCP     -                   -                                    CSO Fees                                3,000,000        1~-3i50,oOO--        1,000,000          500,000        ?OO!.-OOO        6,300,000
 Thames StlWeliington Ave Intercept Improve~Deslgn                                                             CSO Fees                                   94,160                   -                   ·                 ·             ·           94,160
 Thames SI. Interceotor Imorovements-Constructlon                                                              sRI" -                                 9,850,000                    ·                   ·                               ·        9;850,000
 Wellington Ave Interceptor ReDlacement Constru 104318                                                         SRF                                    2760000                      ·                   -                 ·             ·        2760 000
   Total Water Pollution Control                                                                                                                     15,794,160         1400000              1100000            500000        600,000          19,294,160


 WATER UNO:
 WSSMP - 5 Year Update                                                                   -'-~._----   ---
                                                                                                              Water                                          80,000                -                   -                 ·                         80,000
 Meter Replacement Program                            150944                                                  Water                                          66,817        69,490              72,209            75,180         78;1'66           361,9Q~
                                                                                                                          -              ,,_   ...   ~---




B~I!!()!e Meter R~~L~g.Jnsta!I~!i9.rl -----                                                                   SRF                                           906,000       900,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     --
 Raw Water Main Gardiner> Paradise                    151205                                                  Water/SRF                                1,600,000                   -                   -                       -       ·   _'" .__.1,600,000
 Intake at Paradise                                                                               ·           Water                                         190,000                ·                   ·                 -                          190,009_
 Intake at Sissons                                                                                -           Water                                          50,000                ·                   ·                 ·             -           50,000
 bani" 8. Dike Rehab at Lawton      Valle"    -------
                                                                                                              Water                                         100,000       800,000                   ·                    ·                        900,000
 Dam and Spillway Rehab at Station One                                                            ·           Water ----- -                                       ·                ·          250,000           100,000                           350,000
 Intake at Watson Reservoir & Nonquit Pond J:!E9..ra't.~L_                                        -           Water                                         250,000                ·                   ·                                          250,060
 Sakonn~L~l}'!!!p" Sta~_.
~One Raw Water Pump Station
                                •                                                                 ·           Water                                              -_.   ._----_._   ..      ___ Jj1Jl~~                   -                        111,000
                                                                                                  -           Water                                               ·                           175,000                    ·                        175,000
 Station One Add'i Pretreatment Clarification                                                     ·           SRF                                     2,500,000         5,806,000            2,494,000                                        10,800,000
 City Advisor/Professional Services for WTP Impr 152379                                                       SRF                                     1,262:,790          625,000              650,000           675,000                       3,212,790
 LV - New Water Treatment Plant                                                                   ·           SRF                                                 -     8,910,000           24,405,000         5,424,000               ·      38,739,000
 Water Trench Restoration                             154158                                                  Water                                          78,000        81,120              84,365            87,740         91,250           422,475
 Svstem Wide Main Imorovements                        154116                                                  Water/SRF                                     300,000     3,200,000             300,000          3,500,000     _ 300,000          7,600,000
 Forest Ave Pumo Station Improvements                                                             ·      --,- Water                                         250,000                -                   -                 -           ·            ~50,000
 Paradise Pumj! Station                                                                           -            'Water                                             ·             ·              67,000                    -           ·             67,000
Fke-Hy'd'rant Reolacememnt                            154588                                                   Water                                         17,000        18,000              18000             18,000         18,000            8.!!J1~
~;"entReplacement~Water                                                                           -            Water                 -                      160000        199000               92000                                   -         451000
   Total Water Fund
                                                                                          ----·                                                       7,724,607        20,608,610          28,718,634          9,879,900      487416          65,619167
f----------------- ------- --
    Total   Capltallmprove.!'1e~ts                                                                                                                   25964217          24~810              32169734 12709100                 9,160,016       102,635,877

 F ndl                :                                                                                                          -
  Dept. of Environmental Management                                                                                                                          50,000                ·                   ·                 ·                         50,000
  Safe Route to SchOol
                                                                                                                     -                                      200,000             -                      -               ·               ·          200,000
  COBG                                                                                                                                                       10,000             -                      ·                 -             ·           10,000
  UOAG                                                                                                                                                       60,000        80,000              50,000                  ·           5,000          165,000
  RIEDe Loan Financing                                                                                                                                            ·             -                      -                     5,600,000          5,600,000
  Water Bonds                                                                                                                                                     ·             ·                      -                               ·               .
  Water Fund/State Revolving Fund                                                                                                                     7,724,607        20,608,610          28,718,634          9,879,900      487,416         65,619,167
 ,Water Pollution Controll$RF                                                                                                                        15,794,160         1 400 000           1,100000             500,000      500,000         19,294,160
  Marllim8 Fund                                                                                                                                             320,000        76,000             536,000             36,000       38,000           1,004,000
~l!1g/Enterprlse Fund                                                                                                    _....   .   _. --_ .          305,000           150,000              192,000                  ·               -          647,000
  Easton~s Beach Fund
                                                                                                                                           -            60,000                     -                                   ·                           60,000
  Eauipment Reolacement Fund                                                                   --_ ...   -~-
                                                                                                                                                       420,000           190,000               30,000           610,000      1,000,000          2,250,000
  Transfer from General Fund                                                                                                                          1020460           1993200             1543100 1683200                  1 531 600         7736550
    Total Fundlna Sources                                                                                                                            26964 217         24467810            32169734 12709,100                9,160,016       102636877
                                                                                                                                                                                   ·                   ·




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                                                           PROJECT DETAIL

PROJECT TITLE (#133620)                 DEPARTMENT OR DIVISION                              LOCATION
        Information and
     Communication S stems                       Finance & Su     ort Services                                              Cit   ide
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Funds will be used to continue upgrading the City's hardware, software and
communications equipment. Specific projects include PC and server
upgrades, data and voice line upgrades, fire suppression, additional power,                     11.--'"       fH+JfH+J
and a GIS System.                                                                            ; _.' -=-itiilltitif-J+jt
                                                                                                -   ~~.,    'H-ftftl+HHi 0
                               Year 1       Year 2      Year 3        Year 4       Year 5       _."    -,       (TJT):lYn
PC replacement               131,450        78,200     27,600        39,600       70,800
Server replacement            22,800        18,000     27,000        16,800       22,800
Fire Suppression comp rm      45,000
DataNoice lines upgrade       35,200        24,000     24,000        24,000       24,000
Centralized GIS System        24,500         4,000      4,000         4,000        4,000
 dditional Power in CR        10,000


Totals

GOALS & OBJECTIVES
                             266,950       124,200     82,600        84,200      121,600    I
Technological Improvements
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                            OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS
  Improved functionality and remote access; document
              MC==
IlSpre~s;:;ec-rv"ai'it~i0'iin;;;,             --;rr;;==:;--j/mproved process and efficiencies could lead to savings in
  TOTAL PROJECT COST                               n- Oln    excess of $100,000
                                                         PLANNED FINANCING

                            Prior
50URCE OF FUNDS            Fundln                                                                                                            TOTAL




 Transfer from
                                          82,455                                 124,200        82,600              84,200         121,600   581,550




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                                                      MIS CIP FY2011
     ITEM 1

     The City Hall Computer Room currently has no fire suppress system in the room. Given the electrically charged
     systems are on 24/7/365, it makes it a very likely place for a fire to start.

     ITEM 2

     Not too long ago a single laptop was plugged Into one of the circuits in the computer room causing the breaker to
     trip bringing down an entire bank of servers. This Is a bad thing and revealed the capacity of the circuit is near the
     limit. It Is necessary to add additional circuits in the computer room to accommodate increased demand.




     ITEM 3

     For FY2010, MIS planned to replace 55 workstations that were 6 years and older, and to upgrade all remaining
     workstations to Windows XP and Office 2007 by the end of 2009. With short staff and budget constraints this has
     not been done as of this date.

     By not upgrading older PCs in a scheduled manner, pressure will mount regarding productivity and replacement
     costs. Older PCs tend to run slower and slower over time and are more prone to failure. Compared to current
     technology they are slower in general. With more being asked from people, walt time for old systems to respond
     is costly and detrimental to productivity. Given the way many users retain information, the loss of an aged PC
     could mean the loss of valuable data and in some cases whole applications. Down time for some users can be more
     costly than the computer itself. Also, as the number of break and fix incidents increase due to old equipment, the
     more pressure falls on limited MIS department resources.

     In mid CY2009 Microsoft released the WINDOWS 7 operations system, which is a response to the poorly accepted
     WINDOWS VISTA operation system. Feedback from early adopters is Indicating that WIN 7 Is not plagued by the
     same issues as Vista and would be a good 05 to upgrade to. In addition, and far more important, Microsoft
     officially ended availability and support for XP January 31, 2009. PC manufacturers, through 2009, have been
     allowed to sell XP as a "downgrade option" with Vista'. It is expected that this will soon end. None of the PCs
     owned by the City run WINDOWS VISTA.

     Our DELL rep has informed us that any PCs ordered this year will be able to be delivered with XP, however, In light
     of the fact that XP is now three generations behind, is no longer supported by Microsoft, and that there is no direct
     upgrade path' to WIN 7, I believe it would be better to order any new PCs with WIN 7 and start a program to
     upgrade all workstations to WIN 7 and Office 2007 with funds from the next two fiscal years. I would hold to a
     completion date of the end of CY2011. This also requires adding additional memory to older PCs that are not
     scheduled to be replaced within the two year upgrade period.

     The two year plan calls for replacing all 86 PCs that are 7 years (purchased in 2004) and older In CY2010 with
     FY2011 funds. These PCs would be ordered with WIN 7 and Office 2007 preloaded. In CY2011 with FY2012 funds,
     we would replace all 54 PCs purchased in 2005 with WIN 7 and Office 2007 preloaded. This leaves the need to



     1 The Downgrade feature delivers the PC with XP loaded, but also has a valid Vista license associated with the Pc.
     2 To go to WIN 7 we would have to rebuild each PC. We can't just run an in-place upgrade, which leaves the already loaded applications and
      data alone, If we were on Vista then it would be in in-place upgrade, which is much easier, but far more expensive in the long run,

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     purchase 67 (half ofthe remaining 134) WIN 7 licenses, along with 31 copies of Office 2007, and memory upgrades
     in CY2010 and the remaining 67 WIN 7 licenses in CY2011 (FY2012). This will have all workstations running WIN 7
     and Office 2007 by the end of CY2011.

     There are Issues with not running the same OS and Office suite, particularly In the Fire Department. The FD uses
     roaming profiles. This gives FD personnel the ability to log Into any workstation In any of the department's station
     houses and have their personal settings follow them. This is an Important feature for personnel that move around.
     When the OS and/or Office product are different from one workstation to another the profile becomes corrupt.
     Last year the workstations were running a mix of WIN 2000, WIN2003, and XP with a mix of Office 2000, 2003, XP.
     Corrupt profiles had been a major source of problems. Since upgrading all FD workstations to XP and Office 2007
     during FY2009, roaming profile problems have all but disappeared.

     Nine of the PCs scheduled to be replaced with the two year schedule are for the FD. These PCs would be upgraded
     last as would any upgrades to WIN 7. This would be done to minimize the profile problems that will, no doubt,
     occur during the upgrade.

     ITEM 4

     None of the planned server upgrades have occurred to date, also due to staff and budget constraints. The upgrade
     schedule has been extended by one year. For all the same reasons PC replacement schedules should be adopted,
     server replacement schedules are more important. Servers run 24/7/ 36S days a year and are seldom turned off.
     This puts a lot of wear on them. Failure of any of the servers could mean major inconvenience to numerous
     departments over days. Despite service contracts it stJlJ can take days to get parts. More Important Is the
     potential loss of data. The servers not only hold the data collected by the workstations, they also control access to
     virtually everything. We will have 4 servers that are over 6 years old and 1 (Visions) that is 8 years old during
     FY2011. Eight years is twice the recommend life span for a server. Typically servers are upgraded every 3-4 years.
     The replacement schedule outline for Newport Is every S years.

     ITEMS

     A number of the sites are experiencing serious line Issues. These sites are connected using the old alarm circuits
     (BANA) which, as we are finding out, have reached their technological limit. These sites are not part of the fiber
     optic project. Bliss Mine has been experiencing the most problems lately. Given they need to be In touch with the
     public it would be beneficial to upgrade their lines to a Tllevel.

     The Fire Department has designated Station 5 as their backup site. They recently ran 911 services to Station 5;
     unfortunately Station 5 is serviced by BANA circuits and does experience problems.

     Lastly, the Harbor Master Is also in a similar situation. They too are experiencing phone and data issues.



     As we go forward I believe that many of the communication Issues we are having are related to the use of the
     BANA circuits. The logs associated with switches clearly show that there are a large number of packets lost. The
     UDP protocol used for VOIP transport does not resend lost packets. That means that parts of the conversation are
     lost.




     ITEM 6

     The City needs a centralized GIS system.



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                                                             PROJECT DETAIL

PR JECT TITLE                          DEPARTMENT OR DIVISI N                                LOCATION

       Bui/din 1m rovements                                   Fire                                          21 West Mar/borou h Sf.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Replace North facing slate roof with composite state and related                $ 25,000
copper flashings
                                                                                              i\
                                                                                              !
Replace existing oil fired steam boiler with an enrgy efficient gas             $ 45,000
hydronic system.

Conslruct a dedicated Information Systems room in the attic area                $ 12,000
to store computer servers, phone equipment, and radio repeaters.

Exterior painting and flashing repairs along the gutter areas.                  $ 18,000




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Maintain the structural inte rit
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS

Ik=.,.-;;=====-----------;,.--,==..-l These repairs will eliminate further structural deterioration due
TOTAL PROJECT COST                                               to water infiltration.
                                                           PLANNED FINANCING

                               Prior    Uns ent      Estimated                                Pro ased       Pro ased    Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS              Fundln                  FY09 Ex .                   2011112          2012/13     2013/14     2014/15     TOTAL




 Transfer from
                                                   New                              12,000                                             56,000




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                                                                 PROJECT DETAIL

P OJECT TITLE (#133810)                                         ISION                        LOCA I

     Defibrillator Re lacement                           Fire                                           Fire Stations all
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Replace four (4) defibrillator monitors                                       $ 70,000




GOALS & OBJECTIVES


STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                              OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS
                                                         Present units are no longer supported bUy the manufacturer,
I'=:=.,-;:=====                           ----;;;-==~making repairs considerably more expensive by secondary repair
TOTAL PROJECT COST                              $ 70,000 facilities.
                                                             PLANNED FINANCING

                             Prior        Uns ent      Estimated                  Pro ased    Pro ased      Pro ased    Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS             Fundln        12131/2009   FY09 Ex .                  2011/12     2012113        2013/14        2014/15   TOTAL




Transfer from
                              17,500         17,500                                 17,500      17,500                                52,500




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                                                                     PROJECT DETAIL

                                            DEPARTMENT OR DIVISION                                  LOCATION

            Seawalls Re airs                                  Public Services
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

   The City of Newport has a large component of its ocean frontage protected by a
   variety of seawall structures. Proper maintenance of these structures is essential
   to the overall protection of our developed shoreline. These funds will enable the
   City of Newport to advance its seawall maintenance program by repairing these
   vital components of our physical infrastructure.




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Asset maintenance and rotection
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                                   OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS
                                                                                Reduced maintenance costs by estimated $44, 000, which could
                                                                                include: Mobilization; Excavation & backfill; Removal & disposal of
                                                                          ng:--lmaterials; Traffic control; Erosion controls; Permittin & Police detail
II:T"O"'T"'A.,-L-=P"'R"'O'"'JE"'C"'T=-C"'O"'S"'T=-----------'o"-n=-.g=-o:il=
                                                                  PLANNED FINANCING

                                  Prior      Uns ent       Estimated                                 Pro ased      Pro ased      Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS                 Fundin       12131/2009    FY10 Ex .                    2011112       2012/13       2013/14        2014/15       TOTAL



 Transfer from
 General Fund                    468,050       464,008                                   400,000       400,000       500,000       500,000 2,050,000




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                                                         PROJECT DETAIL

                                    DEPARTMENT                                       LOCATION

       Fire Code U    rades                        Public Services
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 RI State Fire Code requires the containment of stairways in City Hall to conform
 to current code requirements. Fire alarm upgrades are also necessary at the
 Visitor's Center per deficiency notices from fire marshal's office.

 City Hall (Stairway Containment) - $140,000

  Visitor's Center Alarm Upgrades - $10,000




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Asset preservation and management
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                       OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS

State mandated
TOTAL PRQJECT COST                                 400,000 Potential reduction of insurance remiums
                                                       PLANNED FINANCING

                                                                          Pro ased   Pro ased   Pro ased   Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS                                                           2011/12     2012113   2013/14    2014/15     TOTAL




Transfer from
General Fund              217,635     116,461                                                                          150,000




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                                                             PROJECT DETAIL
PR                                     D

      Parkin Lot Maintenance                            Public Services
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 Public Services Highway Garage - Parking Lot Replacement - This facility is
 Utied by all city departments and other agencies including the Newport Housing
 Authority, Newport School Department, Newport Library, and First Vehicle
 Student Services for fueling of vehicles. As the main location of the Clean City
 Recycling Office, this facility is the main drop-off point for books, clothing, metals,
 etc. Constant levels of city and public traffic requires the need to uprgrade this
 parking lot. $140,000

 City Hall / Police Department / Library / Edward Street- Parking Lot Maintenance
 including curb and pavement repairs, asphalt sealing, and re-striping. $35,000


GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Asset reservation, claims avoidance, public safety
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                           OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                      175,000 Reduction of asset and vehicle maintenance costs.
                                                            PLANNED FINANCING

                             Prior                                             Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS             Fundin                                              2011/12    2012/13   2013/14        2014/15   TOTAL




Transfer from
General Fund                                        New                          140,000                                      175,000




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                                                            PROJECT DETAIL

PROJECT TITLE (#133610)               DEPARTMENT OR DIVI I N                            LOCATION

       Suildin 1m rovemenls                          Public Services
PROJECT DESCRIPTION


Masonry Repairs           City Hall- FY2011 - $60,000
                          Hut & King House - FY 2013 - $80,000
Rep/acement Windows       Police Station - FY2012 - $120,000

Roof Repairs              Police Station - FY2011 - $15,000

Window Repairs            King House - FY 2012 - $22,000

F/oor Rep/acement         Hut Gymnasium - FY2013 - $100,000

Future Priorities         FY 2014 & FY 2015 - $300,000


GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Asset Preservation/Maintenance
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                         OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS

TOTAL PRQJECT COST                               On-going     Ene       efficiencies and reduction of maintenance costs
                                                         PLANNED FINANCING

                             Prior    Uns ent                                            Pro ased    Pro ased    Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS            Fundin                                             2011/12     2012/13     2013/14     2014/15    TOTAL




Transfer from
General Fund                708,911    276,540                                202,000      180,000     150,000     150,000   757,000




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                                                           PROJECT DETAIL
PR J     T TLE (#134090)                D PARTM N OR DIVISION                           LOCATION

       Park Facili   11    rades                      Public Services
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The comprehensive land use plan of the City of Newport recommends the
 development of a systematic program to address the renovation and
 maintenance of the City's park/sport facilities which improves quality of life by
 providing active and passive recreational opportunities for community members
                                                                                                   " ,
 as well as public school, college and recreational sports teams.                              d~~

 Hunter Park Tennis Court resurfacing - FY 2011
 Rogers Tennis Court - FY 2012
 Murphy Field Improvements - FY 2013
 Rogers Track and Field Improvements - FY 2014
 Rogers Track and Field Improvements - FY 2015
GOALS & OBJECTIVES

1m rove safety, reduce maintenance costs, improve aesthetics and useability.
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                          OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS


TOTAL PROJECT COST                                 On-going  Reduction in Iiabifity and reduction in maintenance
                                                         PLANNED FINANCING

                              Prior     Uns ent    Estimated                Pro ased    Pro ased         Pro osed   Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS              Fundin                FY10 Ex .                 2011112     2012/13          2013/14    2014/15   TOTAL




Transfer from
General Fund                  100,000     97,200                               60,000     100,000         125,000    125,000   460,000

Eligible OEM mini rant                                                                                                          50,000




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                                                                     PROJECT DETAIL

 PROJECT TITLE                              DEPARTMENT        R DIVI ION                            LOCATION
 Historic Park
        Restoration Pro ram                         Public Services Grounds Division
 PROJECT DESCRIPTION

       This program proposes to systematically repair and/or restore historic
   structures, fences and masonry walls within Newport Parks.
       A program for the professional evaluation and protection of historic structures
   and landmarks will allow the City to take advantage of historic preservation
   grants offered through state and private foundations.

        Touro Park Stone Mill - FY 2011
       Freebody Park Stadium Restoration - FY 2012
       Congdon Parks (soldiers & sailors) Fence - FY 2013
       Memorial Blvd Stone Wall- FY 2014
       Eisenhower Park Fence - FY 2015

GOALS & OBJECTIVES
Protection of histroic resources:
Establish ro ram to identify features in                          uiring preservation and stabilization
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                                   OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS

                                                                        Reducing liability and future problems with historic
                                                                         =-1structures, create eligible sites for historic grants
I~T"'Oo;T"'A'L-;;P"'R"'O:;;JE"'C"'T"'C;;;O;;;S"T'-------------'o"n·-g;;:o"ln
                                                                   PLANNED FINANCING

                                 Prior       Uns ent        Estimated                   Pro ased      Pro ased      Pro osed        Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS                 Fundin                      FY10 Ex .                    2011112       2012/13       2013/14        2014/15    TOTAL




 Transfer from
 General Fund                                             New                             150,000        60,000        75,000         50,000   360,000




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                                                              PROJECT DETAIL

PR JECT TITLE (# 133980)                                                                  LOCATION

Broadwa                                                                                                      Park to Farewell
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The Broadway roadway corridor needs a streetscape improvement upgrade
 including road surface, curbing, pedestrian crossings, sidewalks and possibly
 lighting. A "Preliminary" engineering design contract was awarded and work is
 being finalized in FY2009110. Final engineering and implementation of certain
 elements (pedestrian safety, for example) will occur in FY 2010111 CDBG
 funding totaling $75,000 was awarded by the State towards this project for
 elements that serve low to moderate income residents. In FY 2010111, an
 additional CDBG amount not less than $10,000 will be sought. Early in the 2010
 calendar year, PZD&I staff will prepare and submit a "Safe Routes to School"
 grant proposal in partnership with the School Department for an amount not less
 than $200,000 .

GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Broadway
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                             OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS

Engineering stud underway in 2009
TOTAL PROJECT COST                                <               Avoidance of Liability Issues
                                                           PLANNED FINANCING

                            Prior    Uns ent          Estimated                Pro Dsed     Pro ased   Pro ased   Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS            Fundin    12/31/2009       FY09 Ex .                 2011/12      2012/13    2013/14    2014/15      TOTAL




Transfer from
                           525,000    304,779

COBG                                                                                                                             10,000

Safe Route to School




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                                                             PROJECT DETAIL

 P OJ CT ITLE (# 133970)                                                                 LOCATION
 Newport Comprehensive
     Plan and Zonin U date                                                               New ort
 PROJECT DESCRIPTION

       The City of Newport developed its first Comprehensive Plan in 1991 with                          City of Newpqrt,
                                                                                                          Rhode Island
   adoption in 1992. The State of Rhode Island requires 5-year updates. The last
   update was approved in 2004. The Plan will require major changes to graphics,
   mapping, tables, format, and, possibly, content. Staff proposes using outsourced
   services for some data and mapping needs to supplement the in-house plan
   updating process. In addition, there will be a need for several public meetings,
   subcommittees, advertisements, and printing. After the Plan is updated in
   200912010, additional funding will be required for zoning and other land
   regulation amendments which require legal advertising.                                            Comprehensive Land Use PI~n




GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Regulato      Re uirements
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                             OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS

l~o;;:n~o;::in*":;:;-;;===.-                  ---..=",,,o;-_-jNO additional costs for five years after Newport Comprehensive
 TOTAL PROJECT COST                             40000          Plan is updated
                                                           PLANNED FINANCING

                                Prior    Uns ant      Estimated               Pro osed    Pro OBed   Pro ased      Pro aBed
SOURCE OF FUNOS                Fundln    12/31/2009   FY09 Ex .                2011/12     2012/13    2013/14       2014/15        TOTAL




 Transfer from
                                35,000     25,215                                                                                    5,000




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                                                                       PROJECT DETAIL

 P OJECT TITLE (# 133676)                     DEPARTMEN OR DIVISION                                     LOCATIO
                                              Planning, Zoning,                                         Former U. S. Navy Hospital
 Norlh End Redevelopment                                Develo ment & Inspections                                   Pell Brid e Intersection
 PROJECT DESCRIPTION

    The City has completed planning and begun implementing strategic Norlh End
   projects such as Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI), East Bay
   Community Action "Head Starl'; Sunset Hill Park, Newporl Heights,
   BankNewporl, and Coastal Extreme Brewing. City planning and visioning efforls
   have identified the 10 acre former Navy Hospital and lands adjacent to the Pell
   Bridge intersection for future acquisition and development. The Navy Hospital
   properly will be surplused and available for acquisition in less than five years, but
   initial funding must be allocated during this timeframe. A local acquisition fund
   for this properly is proposed. These funds would complement other needed
   financing to secure the property for private redevelopment efforls. It is likely that
   the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation (RIEDC) would be
   involved with total financing needs.


GOALS & OBJECTIVES

 North End Develo ment
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                                     OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS
                                                                                           Revenue enhancements of lease payments (- $105,000) and
 Initial fundin for targeted acqUisition                                                    increased property taxes from new and/or improved property
I~T;;O;:;T';A:':LC;:P;;;R:;;oCiJ~EC"'T~ciO"'S;f.T;'====="'---------'''''''''l7l7I711,.,,-l 0 eratin Costs Unknown - ossib/e Harbormaster staffing
                                                                     PLANNED FINANCING

                                   Prior      Uns ant        Estimated                     Pro ased      Pro ased       Pro ased      Pro osed
SOURCE OF FUNDS                  Fundln       12/31/2009     FY09 Ex .                      2011/12       2012/13        2013/14       2014/16           TOTAL




 Transfer from
                                  100,000        100,000                                    200,000        200,000       200,000                         700,000

 UDAG                                                                                                                                   500,000          500,000

 RIEDe Loan Financin                                                                                                                  5,600,000 5,600,000




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                                                             PROJECT DETAIL
 ROJECT TITLE (#134030)                DEPARTMENT OR DIV SION                            LOCATION
                                   Mulli- deparlmental
Accessibli Public Recreation Sites                  Recreation                                             Various
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

To provide required handicapped accessibility to public recreation sites

Establish accessible bleacher seating and right field restroom facility
   at Cardines Field (2nd year).                                           2010/11

Provide accessible parking area and automatic door to south side           2011112
   Marlin Recreation Center to enter gymnasium
Provide accessible entrance for program registration- Marlin               2011112
   Recreation Center

Construct accessible pathway to picnic area MOrlon Park                    2013/14

Accessible entrances at public tennis courls                               2014/15
 ossible OEM grant match
GOALS & OBJECTIVES
Meet federal requirements that enable all residents and vistors to enjoy the public recreation sites and programs. May be eligible for
matchin rants. National Public Access Guidelines for outdoor recreation sites
STATUS/OTHER COMMENTS                                           OPERATING COSTS/SAVINGS
on-going
                                                                No additional 0 erational costs. Enhanced revenue otential
TOTAL PROJECT COST
                                                           PLANNED FINANCING

                             Prior     Uns ent                                Pro ased   Pro ased   Pro ased     Pro ased
SOURCE OF FUNDS             Fundin     12131/2009                             2011112     2012113    2013/14      2014/15     TOTAL



Transfer from
                          100,000     67,621                                   250,000                 50,000     100,000     500,000




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                                                               FIRE DEPT. EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT SCHEDULE

    ODEL                                        Replacement                                                                                     REPLACE
   YEAR     MAKE         MODEL        ID.   Yeal'S     Miles   CarN DESCRIPTION                   FY11/12     FY12f13    FY13114    FY14J16      COST
  Fire Department
  2006     OME      Renegade         1293   24       23492     E1    Engine 1                                                                      420,000

  1996     OME      Renegade         699    24       59189     E2    EngIne 2                                                                      420,000
  1993     HME      Penetrator       50'    24       16526     E3    EngIne 3                                             420,000                  420,000
  2000     OME      Renegade         2949   24       37363     E'    Engine 5                                                                      420,000

  1986     E-1      Hurricane        2332   24       116155    E.    Engine 6                                                                      420,000
  1994     SImon    ladder Truck     709    30       1034      l1    ladder 1                                                       1,000,000     1,000,000
  2003     OME      ladder Truck     796    30       20976     l2    ladder 2                                                                     1,000,000
  2009     GMC      GMC-4500         1314   9        1108      R1    Rescue 1                                                                      160,000

  2003     Fo",     E-450            2914   9        56491     R2    Rescue 2                                             160,000                  160,000

  2002     Ford     E-450            2952   9        73663     R3    Rescue 3                       160,000                                        160,000
  2010     Fo",     Explorer         19     12       1000      C1    Firo Chief                                                                     30,000

  2004     Fo",     Expedition       96'    12       38070     C2    Deputy Fire ChIef              30,000                                          30,000
  200.     Fo",     Ex!iorer         96.    12       20842     C3    Fire Marshal                                                                   30,000
  2004     Ford     Crown Victoria   869    12       56640     C10   Capt FIre Prevenlion                                                           30,000
  1998     Fo",     Crown Victoria   2656   12       .6544     C11   Capt Fire Inspector                                                            30,000
  200.     Fo",     Explorer         407    12       .990      C12   Capt. Fire Alarm                                                               30,000
  2000     Chev.    Pick-up truck    2859   12       23099     C14   Lt. Fim Alarm                                         30,000                   30,000
  2000     Chev.    C2500Van         2860   12       48660     C15   Admin. Officer                             30,000                              30,000
  2004     Ford     F-350            1203   12       4028      BH    Special Hazards                                                                32,000

  2000     ARC      RHIB             102FD 15        N/A       M1    Marine 1                                                                       55,000
  2001     Long     SA 2700          2908   15       N/A             Marine 1 Trailer                                                                2,000
  2000     Kawasall Jet Ski          100FD 15        N/A       WR1 Jet Ski 1                                                                         4,500
  2000     Wells Ca Tote Wagon       2950   15       N/A             Jet Ski 1 Trailer                                                               2,500
           Kawasall Jet Ski          101FD 15                  WR2 Jet Skl2                                                                          4,500
                                            ,.
  2000                                               N/A
  2000     Wells Ca Tole Wagon       2951            N/A             Jet Ski 2 Trailer                                                               2,500
  2003     Haulmar1 Decon Trailer           15       N/A             HazmaUDecon.                                                                   25,000




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                                       CHART OF ACCOUNTS


  The following object classification numbers are used for the detailed breakdown of all funds within
  the budget document.


                 DESCRIPTION OF EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT (OBJECT) CODES
  PERSONAL SERVICES (000 Series)

     50001-        Salaries and Wages
                   Expenses for all wages and salaries of city employees, including longevity and (except
                   in the case of police and fire personnel) holiday pay.

     50002-        Overtime
                   Expenses incurred for payment of overtime wages.

     50003-        Holiday Pay
                   Expenses for holiday pay for uniformed police and fire personnel.

     50004-        TemporarvlSeasonal Wages
                   Expenses for wages of all temporary, part-time andlor seasonal city employees.

     50007-        Fitness Incentive Pay
                   Payments made to individual employees as an award for achieving pre-determined
                   proficiency levels of physical fitness and agility.

     50010-        Special Details
                   Expenses for special detail overtime for police and fire fighter personnel assigned to
                   activities outside of their normal departmental duties


     50150-        Pension Contribution
                   City contribution toward police, fire and library personnel pensions.

     50051-        Monthly Salarv and Wages
                   Expenses of monthly salaries and wages of members of the City Council and various
                   boards and commissions. Also, monthly pensions of former city employees (excluding
                   police and fire) not covered by the Rhode Island Municipal Employees' Retirement System.

  FRINGE BENEFITS (100 Series)
     50100-        Employee Benefits
                   Expenses for all benefits provided to city employees, including such items as medical
                   and hospital insurance, group life insurance, pension and retirement contributions, and
                   long-term disability insurance.
     50104-        Monthlv Employee Benefits

     50105-        Worker's Compensation Expense
                   Expense of workers' compensation insurance.



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  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES (200 Series)
         Espenses for services provided by other than City employees, except interdepartmental charges,
         and for legal obligations (debt service) incurred by the City. The contract for services may be
         either expressed or implied and may include the cost for materials and supplies as part of the
         contract.

     50200-        Contract Operations
                   For payment of the management of the Water Pollution Control Fund to Earthtech.

     50205-        Copy and Binding
                   Includes all costs of commercially-done reproduction of information, pictures or drawings,
                   including blue-printing and microfilming, photography, and all costs of binding.

     50207-        Legal Advertisement
                   Costs of pUblishing legal advertisements and notices of meetings, ordinances, revenue-
                   sharing funding, and other official enactmants.

     50210-        Dues and Subscriptions
                   Includes association dues or membership fees to professional or job-related organizations
                   and all payments for newspapers, magazines, and other printed resource material
                   related to job activities. Also includes books, library media and othe permanent reference
                   material with a useful life longer than three years (books, codes, manuals, films,
                   cassettes, records, pictures).

     50212-        Conference and Training
                   Includes registration fees and travel expenses for attendance at conferences or training
                   sessions, either overnight or during the normal work day.

     50214-        Tuition Reimbursements
                   Payments to employees for college and extension courses successfully completed under
                   the City's reimbursement policy.

     50215-        Recruitment
                   Includes all costs associated with placing employee recruitment advertisements and for
                   securing and administering hiring and promotional tests.

     50220-        Consultant Fees
                   The cost of professional, expert services, such as psychological, medical (not fringe
                   benefits), legal (not labor relations), financial, engineering, appraisal, architectural,
                   auditing, general or personnel management, and planning.

     50225-        Contract Services
                   The cost of various outside, non-professional services needed to support daily city
                   operations or special programs. Examples of such services are: Outside data processing
                   work, stenographic or clerical assistance, recreational entertainment, security service,
                   service of legal papers, etc.

     50228-        Software Licenses and Warranties




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     50235-        Laundrv Services
                   Charges for the cleaning and care of uniforms and other employee apparel.

     50238-        Postage and Deliverv
                   Charges associated with the moving of material: postage, parcel post, freight and express
                   service, delivery of annual report, etc. (If the charge can be identified with the purchase of
                   an article, it is included in the purchase price of the article.)

     50239-        Fire and Liability Insurance
                   Premium for all insurance coverage related to bUildings and public liability.

     50240-        Motor Vehicle Insurance
                   Premium for all insurance related to motor vehicles, boats and marine coverage.

     50247·        Labor Relations
                   Includes all costs associated with the negotiation and maintenance of collective
                   bargaining accords (arbitration, mediation, fact-finding, legal representation, etc.).

     50251-        Telephone and Communications
                   Costs for telephone service, telegraph, or other forms of electronic communication.

     50305-        Water Charge
                   Charges for water service provided by the Newport Water Department

     50306-        Electricity
                   Charges for electrical power used in all operations, including street lighting and traffic
                   signals.

     50307-        Natural Gas
                   Charges for natural gas, whether prOVided by pipeline or delivered in bottles or other
                   containers.

     50256-        Refuse Collection
                   Charges for collection of refuse and transport to a disposal site.

     50257-        Refuse Disposal
                   Charges for disposal (the process of burying or recycling) of refuse.

     50258-        Recycling - Collection
                   Charges for the residential collection of recyclable solid waste.


     50260-        Rentals - Equipment and Facilities
                   Rental costs for all kinds of equipment and facilities (e.g. offices, vehicular or mechanical
                   equipment, athletic equipment, books, films, records, reference material, storage space
                   or space for meetings and events)

     50267-        Data Processing Service
                   Charges for data processing work done on the City's centralized computer (outside data
                   processing work is charged to Support Services, #225)

     50268-        Mileage Reimbursement


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                    Reimbursement to employees at a fixed per-mile rate for use of their own personal cars
                    on city business (30 cents peer mile).

     50271-        Equipment Service Charge
                   All costs associated with the maintenance and operation of all city-owned vehicles that
                   are maintained through the city garage, inclUding: gasoline, oil, insurance, automobile
                   parts and labor.

     50272-        Public Service Contribution
                   Voluntary contributions to semi-public and public agencies for governmental, social,
                   medical, environmental, cultural, historical, psychological, and other services provided
                   and seen as benefiting all or part of Newprot's residents.

     50275-        Repair and Maintenance, Equipment
                   Expense of services performed in repair and maintenance of motors, pumps, tools,
                   generators, etc. Also includes expenses of services performed in repair and maintenance
                   of buildings, streets, sidewalks, catch basins, tennis courts, fields and beaches; expense
                   for repairs to motor vehicles when the repairs are performed by an outside contractor; for
                   example, body shop work, front-end alignments, etc.

     50278-        Mayor and Council Expense
                   Appropriation for official expenses involved in performance of duties of the Mayor and
                   Council Members not covered by other expense categories.

     50284-        Public Celebrations
                   Costs associated with city-wide celebrations, such as Year 2000, Tall Ships, etc.




  MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES (300 Series)
              Expenses for materials and supplies which are consumed or materially altered when used.
     50301-        Motor Vehicle Fuels
                   Includes regular and unleaded gasoline and diesel fuel used in the operation of cars,
                   trucks, boats, and other equipment.

     50302-        Lubricants
                   Includes all types of lubricants, such as oil, grease, etc., used in the operation of motor
                   vehicles and other types of machinery and equipment.

     50304-        Heating Oil
                   Includes fuels, such as oil, kerosene or coal, used for heating public buildings (ex-
                   cluding utilities - gas or electricity - used for heating purposes).




     50311         Operatinq Supplies
                   Supplies needed for a specific program activity and unique to that agency (playground
                   supplies, technical engineering supplies, data processing paper, tapes, disc packs,


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                   ammunition, batteries for radios), as contrasted to general office supplies used
                   commonly in all agencies. Also includes small hand tools and equipment costing less
                   than $100 and used by carpenters, plumbers, painters, electricians, mechanics and
                   engineers. Also included all supplies used in recreation supervised activities and
                   supplies used In traffic control and street name identification, sign material, paint,
                   reflectors, etc,

     50313-        Medical Supplies
                   Includes the cost of all first-aid supplies, pharmaceuticals and medicines.

     50320-        Uniforms and Protective Gear
                   Includes cost of uniforms and other wearing apparel, footware, individual safety gear (hats,
                   goggles, etc.), uniform insignia and nameplates.

     50330-        Landscaping Supplies
                   Includes all materials and supplies used in the beautification and maintenance of city
                   grounds (seed, turf, trees, shrubs, flowers and top soil).

     50335-        Chemicals, Drugs, Lab Supplies
                   Includes items used in the testing, treatment and control of water, sewage or other forms
                   of pollution, in the police crime laboratory, and in pest control (insecticides, weed killers,
                   etc.).

     50339-        Laboratorv Supplies
                   Includes all materials and supplies, including glassware, utilized in laboratory work for
                   various testing procedures and analyses.

     50340-        Roadway Maintenance Supplies
                   Includes all supplies used in the maintenance and cleaning of roadways and for con-
                   structing courts and other recreational facilities (bituminous, gravel and stone, sand,
                   salt and calcium, catch basin covers, etc.).

     50341-        Sidewalk Maintenance Supplies
                   Includes materials used in repair and maintenance of sidewalks and bicycle paths.

     50345-        Building Materials and Supplies
                   Supplies or materials necessary for the repair or maintenance of city buildings (paint;
                   minor electrical, plumbing, or structural materials, etc.).

     50350-        Eguipment Parts
                   Replacement or modification items used in various types of equipment and machinery
                   and minor accessories.

     50351-        Motor Vehicle Parts - Inventorv
                   Expenses for repair parts for motor vehicles and equipment which are considered to be
                   regular stockroom items, for example, plugs, belts, head lamps, filters, tires, etc.


     50352-        Motor Vehicle Parts - Special Purchase
                   Expenses for repair parts for motor vehicles and equipment which do not go through the
                   regular stockroom inventory; for example, fuel pumps, wheels, carburetors, etc.




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     50361-         General Office Supplies
                    Includes all supplies necessary for the daily operation of an office (stationery, pens,
                    file folders, staples, forms, paper, etc.); All cleaning supplies, such as soap, disinfec-
                    tants, floor waxes, finishes, paper towels, light bulbs, toilet tissues, rags, and related
                    items; Repair and maintenance service costs for office and communication equipment-
                    typewriters, dictating machines, calculators, reproduction machines, radios in all vehicles
                    or portable radios, data processing equipment, etc., service contract on these items;
                    cost of tables, chairs, cabinets, shelving, etc. with a cost less than $500.; All supplies
                    for copier and duplicating machines, such as paper, toner, developer, etc.; Computer
                    expenses such as certain hardware and software costs, scanners, toner, disks, etc.;
                    Costs associated with the Mutt Mitt program such as the dispensers, Mutt Mitts, etc.

     50374-         Graffiti Mitigation
                    Costs associated with the prevention and clean-up of acts of graffiti and vandalism.


  CAPITAL OUTLAY (Capital Improvement Plan)

      50950         Depreciation
                    Yearly depreciation charge, based on straight-line replacement cost over the expected
                    life of each piece of capital equipment exceeding $1,000 in value.

     50420-         MIS Equipment
                    All equipment other than office, communication or information processing machinery.
                    To be charged by MIS only.

     50424-         Office Eguipment
                    All machinery used in the daily processing or communication of information (reproduc-
                    tion machines, data processing equipment, typewriters, etc. with a cost of more than
                     $10,000.00


  FIDUCIARY (500 Series)

              Includes expenses for reserve and contingency accounts, as well as civic support organizations \
              which have received annual appropriations.

     50575-         Local Appropriation - School
                    That portion of the total School Department Budget which is funded by the property tax and
                    appropriated by the City Council.

     50505-         Self Insurance
                    Expenses for any public liability claims not covered by an insurance carrier.

     50510-         Unemployment Insurance
                    Expenses for benefits paid to eligible individuals who have been terminated from city
                    employment.

     50515-        Contingency
                   A contingency fund for all unforeseen and emergency expenses for which no provision was
                   made in the operating budget.




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     50175-        Annual Leave Buy-back
                   A contingency fund from which transfers are made to various salary accounts to offset
                   charges for unused annual leave sold back to the city by employees.

     60577-        Local Appropriation - Librarv
                   That portion of the Newport Public Library budget which is funded by the city via a property
                   tax appropriation.




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                               CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND

                                        3-YEAR PRO.JECTIONS

                                        FY2011,FY2012,FY2013

              ALL PROJECTIONS ARE BASED ON THE PROPOSED BUDGET
         AND DO NOT CONSIDER CHANGES MADE DURING THE BUDGET PROCESS

                The City ofNewport, as part of a three-year operational plan, has evaluated
        known and potential changes to revenues and expenditures. These changes have been
        quantified to the extent possible and form the basis for three-year financial projections.
        FY2011 isdetailed in the proposed operating and capital budget. FY2012 and FY2013
        are included here for comparison and planning purposes. It must be stressed that these
        numbers are for planning and projection purposes and do not constitute an approved
        budget. Neither are the numbers final. The numbers are based on various assumptions
        that mayor may not come true. Assumptions have been identified where possible to
        further a~sist in the planning process.

                Certain assumptions are fairly consistent among all fnnds and departments.
        Departmental budgets, in total, are projected to increase by 3% in FY2012 and 2013.
        Public safety pension contributions are projected to increase significantly in FY2012 and
        FY2013 due to the loss in market value in FY20 I O. Revenues are projected based on the
        assumption that the economy will not recover significantly in the next 12 -24 months.
        Certain basic operating expenses, including utilities, gas, and vehicle maintenance are
        projected to increase by 3% each year. Changes in oil production/availability and other
        economic and social conditions may impact these costs significantly.

                The Transfer to OPEB Trust includes amonnts above the current year costs
        included as pay-go in operations that will be used to fund future retiree benefits. The
        City contribution plus the "pay-go" equals the ARC for the City side of the OPEB
        valuatiop.. The School portion is not considered in this budget. The pay-go a,mounts are
        included in each year of the projection. Debt Service projections do not include the
        potential effectof any new bonds for school projects or new schools.

               The projections also assume that there are no significant changes in the type or
        nature of services provided by the City ofNewport.




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         Projections - Tables:

                                                        GENERAL FUND



                                                                                                  Percent                  Percent
         category                                                       FY2011      FY2012        Change      FY2013       Change
         EXPENDITURES
         Public Education                                              23,142,725   23,142,715       0.00% 23,142,715        0.00%
         Public UbraJY                                                  1,671,719    1,705,153       2.00%    1,739,256      2.00%
         Debt SeJVice                                                   1,853,177    2,521,743      36.08%    2,440,262     -3.23%
         Reserve Accounts                                                 508,304      694,504      36.63%      694,704      0.03%
         Public Safety                                                 31,662,211   32,512,069       2.88%   33,386,630      2.69%
         All Other General Government Services                         15,787,111   16,985,235       7.59%   17,219,395      1.38%
         Transfer to OPEB Trusl                                         1,500,000    2,500,000      66.67%    2,500,000      0.00%
         Transfers for Capital Improvements                             1,020,450    2,460,700     141.14%    1,961,100    ~20.30%
           TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                          77,146,697   82,522,119       6.97% 83,084,062        0.68%



         REVENUES
         Real Property Taxes                                           62,730,188   62,730,186       0.00% 62,730,188        0.00%
         Meals & BeverageJHotel Taxes                                   2,975,000    2,975,000       0.00% 3,100,000         4.20%
         Stale and Federal Aid                                          1,497,609    1,509,454       0.78% 1,509,454         0.00%
         Service ChargesIUcenses and Fees                               6,859,550    9,036,741       2.00% 9,217,476         2.00%
         Use of Money and Property                                        620,000      700,000      12.90%    700,000        0.00%
         Contributions and Safes of Property                              163,150      163,150       0.00%    163,150        0.00%
         Appropriated Fund Balance                                        300,000
          TOTAL REVENUES                                               77,146,697   77,114,533      -0.04% 77,420,288        0.40%

         BUDGET GAP                                                                 (5,407,586)              (5,583,794)

         4,25% Increase in Property Taxes (Rule 3050) - Estimated                    2,638,954
         4.00% Increase In Property Taxes (Ruie 3050) - Estimated                                             2,375,887




              $84,000,000
              $83,000,000
              $82,000,000
              $81,000,000
                                                                                                       ------~
              $80,000,000
                                                                                                        Iiil Revenues
              $79,000,000
                                                                                                        • Expenditures
              $78,000,000
              $77,000,000
              $76,000,000
              $75,000,000
              $74,000,000
                                           FY2011              FY2012               FY2013



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        Projections - Tables (continued):



                                        CERTAIN OTHER FUNDS - CASH BASIS



          Parkln9
         ExpenditureS/Cash Outlays'                1,537,997   1,410,280    -8.30%    1,429,780    1.38%
         Revenues and Other Sources of Funds       1,537,997   1,544,197     0.40%    1,576,697    2.10%

         * Depreciation expense not included



         Maritime Fund
         Expenditures/Cash Outlays'                 851,406     698,378    -17.97%     495,918    -28.99%
         Revenues and Other Sources of Funds        851,406     852,816      0.17%     853,135      0.04%

         * Depreciation expense not included



         Easton's Beach Fund
         Expenditures/Cash Outlays'                 921,546     882,675     -4.22%     900,065     1.97%
         Revenues and Other Sources of Funds        921,546     907,423     -1.53%     922,923     1.71%

         >1<   Depreciation expense not included




        No projections have been done for the water fund or the water pollution control
        fund.

        Most of the variances from year to year arc due to capital projects.




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                                        EMPLOYEE PAY PLANS

                                FY    2010~2011          BUDGET MESSAGE



     AFSCME
     The contract with Local 911, RI Council 94, AFSCME, AFL·CIO expired on June 30, 2009.




     NEA
     The contract with NEA expired June 30, 2009.




     IAFF
     The contract with Local 1080, IAFF expired June 30, 2006. Negotiations with the Union for the contract year
     beginning July 1, 2006 are on-going. The City is currently in arbitration with the Fire Union.




     FOP
     The contract with Lodge #8, Fraternal Order of Police, contract expires June 30, 2013




     EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL
     The remaining City employees are non-Union executive, administrative and professional personnel who are
     paid on a salaried basis.




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                                      CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                    SUMMARY OF FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS
                                          BUDGET YEAR 2010 - 2011


                                     AUTH                  AUTH       MID·YEAR         PROPOSED
  DEPARTMENT                        FY 08-09              FY 09-10    FY 09-10          FY 10-11
  City Council                           7.00                  7.00        7.00               7.00
  City Manager                           5.50                  5.50        5.50               5.50
  City Solicitor                         3.50                  3.50        3.50               3.50
  Canvassing                             2.00                  2.00        2.00               2.00
  City Clerk                             6.00                  6.00        6.00               6.00
  Department of Finance                22.00                 22.00        22.00              22.00
  Police Department                   111.50                104.50       104.50             104.50
  Fire Department                       99.00                 99.00       99.00              99.00
  Dept. of Public Services             40.00                 40.00        40.00              40.00
  Planning, Zoning & Econ. Dev.         13.00                 13.00       13.00              13.00
  Recreation                             4.00                  4.00        4.00               4.00
    Subtotal General Fund             313.50                306.50       306.50            306.50

  Maritime Fund                           1.71                 1.71        1.71                1.66

  Easton's Beach Fund                    2.66                  2.66       2.66                2.66

  Equipment Operations Fund               1.00                 1.00        1.00                1.00

  Water Pollution Control Fund            1.60                 1.60        1.60                1.60

  Parking Facilities Fund                 1.13                 1.13        1.13                0.68

  Water Fund                            46.40                 46.40      46.40               46.40

                                       368.00                361.00     361.00              360.50




  1 FTE (Full-time equivalent) is based on 2,080 worked annually.


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                                     CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
                                   SUMMARY OF FULL·TIME EQUIVALENTS
                                        BUDGET YEARS 2005 - 2011




                     Historic Personnel OataGeneral Fund
                                 General Fund
    320
    318 "
    316
    314
    312
    310
    308
    306
    304
    302
    300
            2005   2006     2007          2008     2009          2010      2011




                                                                  Historic Personnel Data




                                     40                                                         =-;-;c-----
                                                                                                III Public Utilities
                                     30                                                         • EconomIc Development
                                                                                                [;] Equipment Operations


                                     10

                                      o
                                          2005   2006     2007   2008   2009      2010   2011
                                     -------------------;----;--;--c-;---;--;---;;:;-;-;;:=:----'
                                   SelVices for Equipment Operations were contracted out beginning FY 2008




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                         EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE and PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES

                                                    Allocated Pay Plan
                                                      FY 2010-2011

                                                                                            FY 2010-2011
                                                                                             NUMBER
    CLASS TITLE                                                                GRADE         ASSIGNED

    Accotlnting SlIpervisor                                                                       I
    Administrative Assistant                                                      3               I
    As~ess&r
    Budget and Finance Analyst                                                    7               I
    Building Official                                                             8               I
    City Clerk                                                                    11              I
    Controller                                                                    8               I
    Deputy City Clerk                                                             4               I
    Deputy Utilities Direct(lf.' Ellgineering                                     10
    Deputy Utilities Director - Finance                                           10              I
    PiredpT ofEcolJllnUc peveloplnent                                             10
    Director of Finance and Support Services                                      13              I
    Dir"ctof"fPlatming, Zoning, Pevelopment & Inspections                         12              I
    Director of Public Services                                                   12              I
    Director of Recreation                                                        8               I
    Director ofUtilities                                                          12              I
    Executive Assistant                                                           5
    Fire Chief                                                                    12             I
    HumanResources Adlllinistratot                                                10             I
    Human Resources Assistant                                                     4              I
    Information Technology Manager                                                10             I
    Legal Assistant                                                               5              I
    Police Chief                                                                  13             I
    Recreation Administrator                                                      5              I
    Redevelopment Agency Administrator/Grant Writer                               10             I
    Senior Accountant                                                             7              I
    TaX Collector                                                                 8
    Transportation Engineer                                                       8              I
    Trees andGrounds $tlpervisor                                                                 I
    Water Quality Production Supervisor                                           8              I
    Zoning Officer                                                                6              I

    TOTAL EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES:                                  31




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                              EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES

                                                    FY 2010-2011 Salary Schedule

                                                         Effective July I, 2009



                           There iS,no COLA adjustment budgeted in the FY 2010/1 1 Proposed Budget,
         A           B          C        D        E        F           G        H          I        J                    K             L

81       34,175      35,542    36,965     38,444    39,981     41,581     43,242      44,975      45,874     46,792     47,728        48,682
S2       36,91l      38,387    39,923     41,519    43,180     44,907     46,703      48,573      49,544     50,535     51,546        52,577
S3       39,864      41,457    43,116     44,841    46,635     48,501     50,441      52,457      53,506     54,577     55,668        56,781
84       43,053      44,775    46,567     48,428    50,365     52,381     54,475      56,655      57,788     58,944     60,123        61,325
S5       46,496      48,356    50,289     52,301    54,395     56,569     58,833      61,186      62,410     63,658     64,931        66,230

86       50,216      52,225     54,315    56,486    58,746     61,096     63,539     66,081      67,403      68,751     70,126      71,529
S7       54,234      56,403     58,659    61,006    63,446     65,985     68,623     71,367      72,794      74,250     75,735      77,250
88       58,573      60,915     63,351    65,886    68,522     71,262     74,113     77,079      78,620      80,193     81,796      83,432
89       63,259      65,789     68,419    71,157    74,002     76,964     80,042     83,244      84,909      86,607     88,340      90,106
810      68,319      71,052     73,894    76,851    79,924     83,120     86,446     89,903      91,701      93,535     95,406      97,314
81l      72,714      75,626     78,649    81,795    85,065     88,469     92,008     95,689      97,603      99,555    101,546     103,577
812      78,533      81,674     84,940    88,339    91,871     95,547     99,367    103,344     105,411     107,519    109,670     111,863
813      84,816      88,207     91,736    95,405    99,223    103,191    107,319    II 1,612    113,844     1l6,121    118,444     120,812
814      91,601      95,264     99,076   103,038   107,158    11l,447    1l5,903    120,540     122,951     125,410    127,918     130,476
815      98,927     102,885    106,999   111,280   115,733    120,362    125,176    130,182     132,786     135,442    138,150     140,913

                    Employees assigned to Grades S1 through 85 may receive, based upon merit, annual step increases.
       Employees assigned to Grades 86 through S15, Steps A to H, may receive step increases, based upon merit, every two years.
       After attaining Step H, employees may receive step increases, based upon merit. every three years until attaining maximum
                                                        remuneration at Step L.

       At such time as each employee reaches the maximum level of compensation for his/her position, and on an exceptional basis,
      the City Manager may reward to a few individuals up to an additional 4% lump sum perfonnance bonus. However, at the end of
        the fiscal year, the employee1s compensation would automatically revert back to the top compensation step for the position.
                    Under the plan, no employee may eam an above-schedule bonus for more than two consecutive years.




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                                   SUPERVISORY EMPLOYEES - N.E.A.
                                         Effective July 1, 2008
                                         Allocation to Pay Plan

                                                                                       FY 2008-2009
                                                        UNION SUPERVISORY                NUMBER
         CLASS TITLE                                          GRADE                     ASSIGNED

  Administrative Assistant                                          1                         1
 Beach Manager/Recreation Supervisor
  Clean City Program Coordinator                                   4                          1
  Computer Manager                                                 2                          1
  Deputy Tax Assessor                                              3                          1
  Deputy Zoning Officer
  Deputy Zoning Officer (Part-Time)                      $13.00 to $18.00/hourly              1
 Executive Secretary
  Facilities Manager                                               5                          1
 ,Financial Analyst
  Harbormaster                                                     6                          I
  Help Desk Coordinator
  Laboratory Supervisor                                            3                          I
  Microbiologist
  Municipal Court Administrator                                     1                         1
  Planner
  Preservation Planner                                             3                          1
  Purchasing Agent                                                 3
  Recreation Program Supervisor                                    3                          1
  Research & Development Administrator
  Senior Development Planner                                       3                          1
  Supervisor of Streets                                            5                          1
 Supervisor of Water Distribution/Collection                       5                          1
 Web Developer                                                     4                          1



  TOTAL N.E.A. SUPERVISORY EMPLOYEES:                                                        25




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                                            SUPERVISORY EMPLOYEES - N,E.A.

                                                          Salary Schedule
                                                      Fi,cal Year 2008 - 2009



                                      The contract with NEA expired on June 30, 2009.
                     There is no COLA adjustment budgeted in the FY 2010111 Proposed Budget.


  GRADE      1            2          3         4           5          6          7        8        9       10        11

            30,945       31,873    32,830    33,814       34,829     35,874     36,950   38,058   39,200   40,376   41,587

     2      36,103       37,186    38,302    39,451       40,634     41,853     43,109   44,402   45,734   47,106   48,519

     3      41,260       42,498    43,773    45,086       46,438     47,832     49,267   50,745   52,267   53,835   55,450

     4      46,418       47,811    49,245    50,722       52,244     53,811     55,426   57,088   58,801   60,565   62,382

     5      51,575       53,122    54,716    56,357       58,048     59,790     61,583   63,431   65,334   67,294   69,312

     6      56,733       58,435    60,188    61,994       63,853     65,769     67,742   69,774   71,868   74,024   76,244




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                                                COUNCIL 94 MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES

                                           Allocation to Pay Plan and Number Assigned to Grade



Job Tltl.                                     Grade                       Job Tltl.                                 Grade

Account Clerk                                    UCI                       Plumbing & Mechanical Inspector            UT4
Aoimal Controi Officer                           UT4                      ·Police Clerk Typist                        UCI
Building Maintenance Foreman                     UT5                       Principal Records & P/R Account Clerk      UC4
Custodian                                        UTI                       Public Safety Dispatcher                   UC3
Distribution/Collection Foreman                  UT5                       Principal Water Account Clerk              UC2
Distribution/Collection Mechanic                 UT4                       Planning & Budget Assistant                UC2
Distribution/Collection Operator                 UT3                       Records Clerk                              UC!
Electrical Inspector                             UT4                       Senior Account Clerk                       UC2
Engineering Technician                           UT5                       Senior Clerk                               UCI
Fleet Coordinator                                UT?                       Senior Principle Clerk                     UC3
Foreman                                          UT5                       Senior Clerk Typist                        De2
Forester                                         UT4                       Senior Maintenance Person                  UT5
Groundskeeper                                    UT3                       Skilled Laborer Equip. Operator            UT3
Head Foreman                                     UT5                       Sweeper Operator                           UT3
Heavy Equipment Operator-Utilities               UT4                       Traffic Foreman                            UT5
Heavy Equipment Operator-Public Services         UT3                       Traffic Laborer                            UTI
Housing Inspector                                UT3                       Water Meter Foreman                        UT6
Laborer                                          UTI                       Water Laborer                              UTI
Laborer Equipment Operator                       UT3                       Water Meter Repair                         UTI
Maintenance Mechanic                             un                        Water Treatment Plant Foreman-Grade 3      UT5
Maintenance Person                               OT3                       Water Treatment Plant Foreman-Grade 4      UT6
Municipal Inspector                              UT3                       Water Plant Operator Grade I               UT2
Parts & Inventory Coutrol Tech.                  UC2                       Water Plant Operator Grade 2               un
                                                                          Water Plant Operator Grade 3                UT4




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                                      COUNCIL 94 MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES



                                            FY 2009-2010 Salary Schedule

                The contract with Local 911, Rl Council 94, AFSCME, AFL-CIO expired on June 30,2009.
                       There is no COLA a<!iustment budgeted in the FY 2010/11 Proposed Budget.

                                        AFSCME CLERICAL POSITIONS
 GRADE      A                B              C          D                       E                F            G

  UC I     31,050           31,982           32,941              33,929       34,947           35,995        37,076

  UC2      33,638           34,647           35,686              36,757       37,859           38,995        40,165

  UC3      36,225           37,312           38,432              39,584       40,772           41,995        43,255

  UC4      38,813           39,977           41,176              42,411       43,684           44,995        46,344



                                          AFSCME TRADE POSITIONS
 GRADE      A                B              C           D                      E                F            G

  UT I     31,050           31,982           32,941              33,929       34,947           35,995        37,076

  UT2      33,638           34,647           35,686              36,757       37,859           38,995       40,165

  UT3      36,225           37,312           38,432              39,584       40,772           41,995       43,255

  UT4      38,813           39,977           41,176              42,411       43,684           44,995       46,344

  UT5      41,400           42,642           43,921              45,239       46,596           47,994       49,434

  UT6      43,988           45,307           46,666              48,066       49,508           50,993        52,028

  UT7      48,645           50,104           51,607              53,156       54,750           56,393       58,084




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                                          FlUTRRNAL OtmRR OF POLICE
                                                  LODGE NO. 8
                                  ALLOCATION TO PAY PLAN AND NUMBER ASSIGNED
                                                          FY 2010 - 2011

                    The contract with Lodge #8, Fraternal Order ofPolice, contract expires June 30, 2013.

                                                                                                               FY 2010-2011
                                                                                                                NUMBER
      GIUDE         CLASS TITLE                       A           B          C          D              E        ASSIGNED

        POI   Police Officer (Pre 7/1/97)            44,560      50,315     54,176     55,565                       14
        P09   Police Officer (Post 7/1/97)           41,609      44,728     48,082     51,689         55,565        23
        P02   Investigator                                                                            58,895        12
              Court Officer                                                                           58,895
        P06   Community Police Officer                                                                58,895        4
        P07   Public Affairs Officer                                                                  58,895        0
        P08   BC1 Officer                                                                             58,895         1
        P03   Sergeant                                                                 59,604         61,741        14
        P04   Lieutenant                                                               66,305         68,700        7
        POS   Captain                                                                  72,828         76,537        3
              Total Police Personnel                                                                                78

                              Effective January 1, 201 t salary increase of 1 % will be implemented
                                                                                                               FY 2010-2011
                                                                                                                 NUMBER
      GIUDE         CLASS TITLE                       A           B          C          D              E        ASSIGNED

        POI   Police Officer (Pre 7/1/97)           45,006       50,818     54,718     56,121                       14
        P09   Police Officer (Post 7/1/97)          42,025       45,175     48,563     52,206         56,121        23
        P02   Investigator                                                                            59,484        12
              Court Officer                                                                           59,484
        P06   Community Police Officer                                                                59,484        4
        P07   Public Affairs Officer                                                                  59,484        0
        P08   BCIOfficer                                                                              59,484         I
        P03   Sergeant                                                                 60,200         62,358        14
        P04   Lieutenant                                                               66,968         69,387        7
        POS   Captain                                                                  73,556         77,302        3
              Total Police Personnel                                                                                78

                              Effective June 30,2011 salary increase of 1.25% will be implemented
                                                                                                               FY 2010-2011
                                                                                                                NUMBER
      GRADE         CLASS TITLE                       A           B          C          D              E        ASSIGNED

        POI   Police Officer (Pre 7/1/97)           45,568       51,453    55,402      56,823                       14
              Police Officer (Post 7/1/97)          42,550       45,740    49,170      52,859         56,823        23
        P02   Investigator                                                                            60,228        12
              Court Officer                                                                           60,228
        P06   Community Police Officer                                                                60,228        4
        P07   Public Affairs Officer                                                                  60,228        0
        P08   BCIOfficer                                                                              60,228         I
        P03   Sergeant                                                                 60,951         63,137        14
        P04   Lieutenant                                                               67,805         70,254        7
        POS   Captain                                                                  74,475         78,268        3
              Total Police Personnel
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              Not including Police Chief
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                                              LOCAL 1080
                              ALLOCATION TO PAY PLAN AND NUMBER ASSIGNED




                                                FY 2010 - 2011 Salary Schedule

                        Negotiations witlt tlte Union/or the contract year beginning July 1, 2006 are ongoing.



                                                                                                                             NUMBER
 GRADE CLASS TITLE                                        A              B             C             D              E        ASSIGNED

   FOI   Fire Fighter                                 30,529.57     33,784.10      38,553.16     42,449.25       50,413.38        68
   F02   Lieutenant                                                                                              54,502.67        12
   F04   Captain                                                                                                 60,051.05         8
   F09   Captain, Administrative Officer                                                                         59,617.28         I
   F03   Lieutenant, Fire Alarm/Maintenance                                                                      59,617.28         I
   FOS   Captain, Superintendent Fire Alarm                                                                      60,821.42         1
   FOS   Captain, Fire Prevention                                                                                60,821.42         1
   F06   Fire Marshal                                                                                            73,307.82         1
   FlO   Captain, Fire Inspector                                                                                 60,821.42         1
   F07   Deputy Chief                                                                                            66,643.47         3
   F08   Senior Depnty Chicf                                                                                     67,976.38         1

         TOTAL FIRE PERSONNEL                                                                                                     98


         Not including Fire Chief




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                                                         PART-TIME, TEMPORARY,SEASONAL and UNCLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES



                                                                                              SALARY SCHEDULE
                                                                                               Effective July 1, 2010

                                                                                              HOURLY EMPLOYEES
,AffiiiiJauve Acti6itQfl1ccr                           0.00- 18.0011rr                             MamiebaitCd·Pctsoit                                             10.00 • 20.oo11rr
 Animal Control Officer                                 7 AD - 8.00/hr                             Office Manager                                                  8.00 - l6.001lrr
 A!t~t9,atIv~_ixH)lll Blilld,tii8,'Ofl'ic111I,         30:00---~·40.00Iltr:                        fl;rikiJig !\tt~114lUlls                                        JAb ~tO.OOIlJt
 Assistant Beach Manager                               10.00 ~ 20.001hr                            Planning Aide                                                   7.40 - 1O.001hr
:Ass~~t~iJtIf~TbQr-M.,,~~er:--.                        Ii-oo., i.:i();bblbr                       'Planning IilteiJ1                                               10.(i0+1~-,:001lif
Beach Equipment Operalor                               10.00 - 20.00/hT                            Playgrowld Leaders                                              8.50 - 15.001hr
)P(~t~ .Typist/Gasliie(                                7.40·lo.oOIIrr                              J.>rQgi~nit(]~(lr~WAtor                                         8~00< 18:001hr.
Certified Recreation Instructor                        15.00 - 50,00/ hr                           Property Management Aide                                        13.00 - 18.001hr
pify ijill! Gre~ter                                    12;S_b,~-l~{()Oih_J:                        R~reation$uper.rwl\tchperson                                    7.-50d8;00,iht
Deputy Zoning Officer                                  13.00 -18.00Ihr                             Restroom Aide                                                   7.50 - 16.001lrr
Engiii~riJ?janliihgA.iac                                7.5{l·dO,()oArr                            Retif6jPo.Ji¢ 'Offi~rs _q,i}!s-Tf<iliiee      T()poforade Pol~ce 9t'1icer!l:Jc;ludy
Foreman                                                 7.50 - 20.00lhr                            R~t~,cd ~oljce Officers Corps                 Hourly Police Detail Rate as per FOP Contract
<3~Ot~rtds~eepet                                        8.00~l6';OO/hr                             Secrel~ry'                                                      8.00~'16:001hr'
Harbor Facility Manager                                 7.40 -18.001hr                             Sidewalk Sweeper Operator                                       7.40 - 13.00lhr
lIfl1bj)rMasters- Asst                                  8,OO~.18.00/br                            ;SpiJrts:F~QiIitiesM~i1'ilger                                    7:50)20'~OOlhr
Laborer/Attendant                                       7.50 -16.001hr                             Sweeper Opemtor                                                 7.40 - 13.001hr
'Liftiguard                                             9.00~16.00/hr                              TfaffioAide                                                     7.50 -16.0000
Lifeguard Supervisor                                    9.50 - 18.00/hr                            YIN Inspector                                                   10.00 - 16.001l1r



                    ON-CALL EMPLOYEES                                                                                                    SALARIED EMPLOYEES
Cllll'FireFigh~er                   300 pefiillllum                                                Building Code tnspector                                          150.pei"diem
Can Fire FighterlLieutenant         480permmwn                                                    9are'aker 0V"ater IJept.)                                       5,200 per aJll1UDl
Matron                                                 13.00 ·18.0011rr                           l'arkingLotManager                                               440 per week
Police Auxiliary                                       7.40 - 13.001hr                            Police Officer Trainee                                           650 per week
Pll~licS~ciY DiSpafChel"                               l3:00~:  lKOOIhr                               (Mulllcipal,Aciidelny)
Recreation Instructor                                  8.50 - 30.001hr                            School Crossing Guards                                              25.00/day
Re(e/ees Iltidbfficials                                10.00 ~ 30.00/hr
Rotunda Coordinator                                    15.00 - 20.00/hr
Scorer                                                 8.00-l8.00/hr
Water Plml! Operator                                       10.001111'



                                                                               UNCLASSIFIED - Effective July I, 2009
                                                 :CityMallager                                               137;248 per anuin}]
                                                  City Solicit?r                                             73,703 per aJillum
                                                  Asst 9ity Solicitor ftirCivil LitigatioJl                   59,053 per:'annllrri
                                                  Asst. City Solicitor for Law Enforcement                     25,000 per annum
                                                  Mmiicipal,COlirt:Jlfdge                                    29,86?peifuiri~m
                                                 J"r0~,ateJudge                                                12,381 per a\ll1wn
                                                 Callv:assin~Board, CI(l'r.lt:                                51;500pera.uh\ini
                                                 Canvassing Hoard Members                                       1,180 perannttm




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                                                Glossary

        Accrual Basis of Accounting - a method of accounting that recognizes the financial
        effect oftransactions, events and interfund activities when they occur, regardless of the
        timing of related cash flows.

        ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act - federal laws requiring accessibility and equal
        treatment for anyone with a disability.

        Adopted Budget - the final operating and capital budget approved by the City Council
        after public hearings and amendments to the proposed budget, if applicable; becomes the
        legal guidance to the City management and departments for spending levels.

        Allocate - To set apart or earmark for a specific purpose

        ALS - Advanced Life Support - a type of medical assistance given by paramedics and/or
        emergency medical technicians (EMT's).

        Appropriation - an authorization made by the City Council that permits officials to
        incur obligations against and to make expenditures of govermnental resources.
        Appropriations are usually made for fixed amounts and are granted for a one-year period.

        Assessed Value - the fair market value placed upon real and personal property by the
        City as the basis for levying property taxes.

        Balanced Budget - a budget in which the revenues meet or exceed the appropriation in a
        given year. For enterprise funds, a balanced budget is one in which the cash inflows
        equal or exceed the cash outflows.

        Basis of Accounting - the timing of recognition, that is, when the effects of transactions
        or events should be recognized for financial reporting purposes.

        Bond Debt Instrument - a written promise to pay a specified sum of money (called
        principal or face value) at a specified future date (maturity date) along with periodic
        interest paid a specified percentage of the principal. Bonds are typically used for long-
        term debt to pay for specific capital expenditures.

        Bond Ratings - a rating of quality given on any bond offering as determined by an
        independent agency in the business of rating such offerings.




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         Budget - a plan of financial operation including an estimate of proposed means of
         financing (revenue estimates). The term also sometimes is used to denote the officially
         approved expenditure ceilings under which the City and its departments operate.

        Budget Calendar - the schedule of key dates or milestones that the City follows in the
        preparation and adoption of the budget.

        Budget Guidelines - the explicit instructions given to each department on an annual
        basis for its operating budget preparation.

        CAFR - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report - financial report that contains, at a
        minimum, three sections: introductory, financial and statistical. The CAFR is often
        loosely referred to as the audited financial statements.

        Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) - a five-year plan of proposed capital expenditures
        for long-term improvements to the City's facilities including water, water pollution
        control, parking facilities and Easton's Beach; identifies each project and source of
        funding.

        Capital Improvement or Project - Any acquisition or lease ofland; the purchase of
        major equipment and vehicles valued in excess of$15,000; construction or renovation of
        buildings, infrastructure or facilities including engineering, design and other
        preconstruction costs; major building improvements, with an estimated cost in excess of
        $15,000, that are not routine expenses and that substantially enhance the value of a
        structure; or major equipment or furnishings, with an estimated cost in excess of$15,000,
        required to furnish new buildings or facilities.

        CDBG - Refers to the Community Development Block Grant program funded by the
        United S~tes Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to improve the
        housing, neighborhood, and economic conditions of the City's low and moderate income
        residents through a comprehensive approach to planning and implementing programs and
        activities.

        COLA - Cost of living adjustment based on either the change in the most recent Federal
        Consumer Price Index for urban wage earners and clerical workers (CPI-W) for Boston,
        Massachusetts or by Union contract.

        Consumer Price Index (CPI) - a measure, calculated by the United States Department
        of Labor, commonly used to indicate the rate of inflation.

        Contingency - a budgetary reserve set aside for emergencies or unforeseen expenditures
        for which no other budget exists. General Fund use of the contingency may only be
        approved by the City Council.

        CY - Calendar Year




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         Debt Per Capita - total outstanding debt divided by the population ofthe City.

         Dcbt Ratio - a measure used that determines the annual debt service or outstanding debt
         as a percentage of some other item which is generally an indication of the ability of the
         City to repay the debt; examples include annual debt service as a percentage of total
         annual expenditures and total outstanding debt as a percentage of total assessed value.

         Debt Service - the payment of principal and interest to holders of the City's debt
         instruments.

        Department - An entity, such as the Department of Public Works, that coordinates
        services in a particular area.

        .EMS - emergency medical services.

        Encnmbrance - a reservation of funds that represents a legal commitment, often
        established through contract, to pay for future goods or services.

        Enterprise Funds - account for the financing of services to the general public whereby
        all or most of the operating expenses involved are recorded in the form of charges to
        users of such services. The enterprise funds consist of the Water Fund, Water Pollution
        Control Fund, Parking Facilities Fund, and Easton's Beach Fund.

        ERP - Enterprise Resource Planning - multi-module software packages designed to
        integrate business functions and to facilitate management of major business functions
        such as financial accounting, purchasing, human resources, payroll and billing.

        Expenditure - actual outlay of monies for goods or services.

        Expenses - expenditures and encumbrances for goods and services.

        Fair Market Sales - defined as an "arm's length" transaction where there is a willing
        buyer and a willing seller, neither of which is under pressure to sell or buy. This
        excludes transfers such as sales within a family, foreclosures or sales to a governmental
        unit.

        Flat-funded - funded at the same dollar amount as last year.

        Fringe Bellefits - the employer contributions paid by the City as part of the conditions of
        employment. Examples include health and dental insurance, state public employees
        retirement system and the Police and Fire Retirement Systems and life insurance.

        Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) - a measure for determining personnel staffing, computed
        by equating 2,080 hours of work per year with one full-time equivalent position.




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        Fund - an independent fiscal and accounting entity with a self-balancing set of accounts
        recording cash and/or other resources together with all related liabilities, obligations,
        reserves, and equities that are segregated for the purpose of carrying on specific
        activities.

        Fund Balance - the excess of an entity's assets over its liabilities also known as excess
        revenues over expenditures or net assets. A negative fund balance is sometimes called a
        deficit.

        Fund Transfer - movement of resources from one fund to another which can only be
        authorized by the City Council.

        FY - Fiscal year which for the City begins on July 1 and ends on June 30

        GAAP - generally accepted accounting principles - conventions, rules and procedures
        that serve as the norm for the fair presentation of financial statements.

        GASB - Governmental Accounting Standards Board - an organization that provides the
        ultimate authoritative accounting and financial reporting standards for state and local
        governments.

        General Fund - a fund type used to account for the ordinary operations of the City
        government that are financed from taxes and other general revenues. It is used to account
        for all operations and/or programs that are not required to be reported in other funds. It is
        the largest fund in the City's budget and is often the fund most generally referred to by
        others.

        General Obligation Bond - a bond for which the full faith and credit of the City is
        pledged for payment.

        Grants - Contributions of cash or other assets from another government or entity to be
        used or expended for a specific purpose.

        HDC - Historic District Commission

        HOPE VI Project - The rehabilitation of affordable housing in the City's north end.
        Hope VI refers to the type of federal grant used to assist with the project.

        Infrastructure - public systems and facilities, including water and sewer systems, roads,
        bridges, schools, beaches, harbors and other systems.

        Internal Service Charges - charges to City departments for gasoline and assigned
        vehicle repairs and maintenance provided by the equipment operations fund.




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        Internal Service Fnnds - Fund established to fmance and account for services furnished
        by a designated City Department to other departments. The Internal Service Fund
        includes fleet maintenance which is the department that provides maintenance, repair and
        fuel services to vehicles.

        MIS Services - stands for management information services and covers all
        communications equipment and computer technology.

        Modified Accrual Basis of Accounting - uses a current financial resources
        measuremept focus. Revenues are recognized as soon as they are both measurable and
        available. Revenues are considered to be available when they are collectible within the
        current period or within 60 days of the end of the current fiscal period. Expenditures are
        generally recorded when a liability is incurred, however, debt service expenditures, as
        well as expenditures related to compensated absences and claims and judgments, are
        recorded only when payment is due.

        Non-Departmental Accounts - accounts used to record expenditures that cannot or have
        not been allocated to individual departments.

        OPEB - Other Post-Employment Benefits which include retiree health insurance for
        qualified employees and retiree life insurance for qualified police employees. Amounts
        are currently budgeted and funded on a pay-as-you-go basis. A trust has been set up so
        that funds can be accumulated for qualified retirees. The trust is being funded by health
        insurance premium sharing by employees. It is anticipated that larger contributions will
        be made starting in FY2009.

        Pension Trust Funds - accounts for the activities of the Police Retirement Fund and the
        Fire Retirement Fund, which accumulate resources for pension benefits to qualified
        police or fire retirees.

        Performance Measure - an indicator of the attainment of an objective; it is a specific
        quantitative measure of work performed or services provided within an activity or
        program, or it may be a quantitative measure of results obtained through a program or
        activity.

        Permanent Funds - used to account for resources legally held in trust for specific
        functions, normally provided by governments. In most cases, only the earnings of the
        principal can be spent.

        Private-Purpose Trust Fund - used to account for resources legally held in trust for use
        by outside individuals, trusts or organizations to provide awards and scholarships in
        accordance with a donor's specific instructions or criteria.

        Proposed Budget - the operating and capital budgets submitted to the City Council by
        the City Manager.




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        Proprietary Fund - funds that account for operations that are financed in a manner
        similar to private business enterprise; consists of enterprise funds and internal service
        funds.

        PUC or RIPUC - Public Utilities Commission ofthe State of Rhode Island - has
        regulatory authority over the City's water system.

        QZAB - qualified zone academy bond - this is a type of financing used in col\iunction
        with general obligation bonds and private donations to rebuild Thompson Middle School.

        Real Property - Real estate, including land and improvements classified for purposed of
        assessment.

        Reserve - an account used to indicate that a portion of fund equity is legally restricted.

        Revenue - the income received by the City in support of a program of services to the
        community; includes such items as property taxes, fees, user charges, grants, fines,
        interest income and miscellaneous revenue.

        Revenue Estimate - a formal estimate of how much revenue will be earned from a
        specific revenue source for some future period - typically a future fiscal year.

        Salaries - the amounts paid for personal services rendered by employees in accordance
        with rates, hours, terms and conditions authorized by law or stated in Union contracts.
        This category also includes overtime and temporary help.

        Special Revenue Fund - Funds established to segregate resources restricted to
        expenditures for a specific purpose. An example would be the CDBG fund.

        Tax Rate - the amount of tax levied for each $1,000 of assessed value.

        UDAG - Urban Development Action Grant - an original grant was given to the City by
        the Federal Housing and Urban Development Agency (RUD). The grant is used to issue
        loans for development in the City. All loans and terms of the loans must be approved by
        the City Council. Repayments and interest are returned to the UDAG fund so that they
        can be used to issue loans in the future.

        Uscr Fees - the payment of a fee for direct receipt of a public service by the person
        benefiting from the service.




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