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					   2005-06/2006-07


MID-TERM BUDGET
        AND

    CAPITAL
 IMPROVEMENT
   PROGRAM




      JUNE 2006
           2005-06/2006-07
      MID-TERM BUDGET
                    AND

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM


                City Council
         Jennifer Hosterman, Mayor
          Matt Sullivan, Vice Mayor
       Steve Brozosky, Council Member
      Cindy McGovern, Council Member
        Jerry Thorne, Council Member



                    Staff
          Nelson Fialho, City Manager
     Steven Bocian, Assistant City Manager
      David P. Culver, Director of Finance
                                    Table of Contents

MID-TERM BUDGET MESSAGE

   Introduction ................................................................................................................. 1


SECTION I - OPERATING BUDGET

   Operating Budget ........................................................................................................ 3
          Attachment A – Community Grant Program .................................................... 27
          Attachment B – Community Development Block Grant Program ................... 28


OPERATING BUDGET TABLES

   Estimated Changes in Fund Balance ......................................................................... 30
   Summary of Operating Fund Balances ..................................................................... 39
   Summary of Revenues and Transfers by Funds ........................................................ 53
   Summary of Expenditures by Fund........................................................................... 65


SECTION II - CIP

   Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Year............................................................... 69
          Attachment A – CIP Reserve ............................................................................ 80
          Attachment B – Mid-Term CIPR Summary ..................................................... 82
          Attachment C – Mid-Year Update .................................................................... 83
   CIP Summary Sheets FY 2006-07 through 2008-09 ................................................ 85


CIP TABLES

   Mid-Term Financial Tables....................................................................................... 92
   Unfunded Projects ................................................................................................... 111
   Status of FY 2005-06 Funded Projects ................................................................... 115
   Mid-Year Financial Tables...................................................................................... 117
                                        MEMORANDUM
Date:           May 15, 2006

To:             Honorable Mayor and City Council

From:           Nelson Fialho, City Manager

Subject:        Mid-Year 2005-06 Budget Adjustments
                Mid-Term 2006-07 Budget Update
                Review of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP)


OVERVIEW
Overall, the outlook for the General Fund Operating Budget has improved somewhat since the two-year budget
was first prepared a year ago. This is due, primarily, to a $1.1 million early repayment of the VLF Gap Loan
from the State and to $1.3 million in revenues above the 2005-06 budget estimate from taxes related to the
economy and the real estate market, both of which are expected to cool over the next year or two. Due to the
uncertainty about the trends in development revenues, economic growth, and the real estate market, staff is
recommending caution in programming revenues produced from these tax sources. The theme of this budget
update is the strategic use of these one-time revenues and the planned use of capital project reserves for high
priority community projects.

Planned Use of Capital Project Reserves

   x    Included in these budget amendments is the allocation of an existing capital projects reserve of
        $1.8 million, over and above the annual $5 million transfer to the CIP, to complete the funding
        plan for the design and construction of the Veterans Memorial Building Renovation, Phase I
        Bernal Sports Field, Alviso Adobe Community Park, and the Firehouse Arts Center. City
        Council approved these changes as part of the funding plan presented in March 2006.

Strategic Use of One-Time Resources

   x    Use of limited term staffing over the next few years to advance City Council priority capital
        projects such as the Veterans Memorial Building Renovation, Phase I Bernal Sports Field,
        Alviso Adobe Community Park, and the Firehouse Arts Center.
   x    Plan for economic sustainability and identify options to leverage funding for economic vitality
        projects to maintain Pleasanton’s competitive advantage in the regional economy.
   x    Increase 10% reserve for economic uncertainty, replacement and renovation of parks and
        facilities, and golf course debt service reserves.


This narrative explains changes being recommended by staff to the two-year budget. This update of the two-year
budget is at the mid-point of the period covered by the two-year budget beginning July 2005 through June 2007.

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Changes to the first year of the budget are referred to as Mid-Year 2005-06 and changes to the second year of the
budget are referred to as Mid-Term 2006-07.

A more detailed discussion of these changes follows, as well as a summary of the larger increases and decreases
in other Funds. A Fund-by-Fund summary of recommended changes can be found for the Mid-Year 2005-06
Budget in the table on page 32, “Estimated Changes in Fund Balances (Mid-Year Amendments)”, and for the
Mid-Term 2006-07 Budget in the table on page 36, “Estimated Changes in Fund Balances (Mid-Term
Amendments)”.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

Both the national and California economies grew at a solid pace in 2005, overcoming surging energy prices,
tighter monetary policy, rising mortgage rates, and in the case of the national economy, three hurricanes.
According to the California State Department of Finance, both economies will likely decelerate in 2006 and 2007
as consumers retrench and homebuilding slows. Although at this point the housing market is still relatively
strong in the East Bay, housing markets are cooling in much of the nation. When home sales slow down, home
building usually is not far behind. The biggest risk to the economy, particularly for the California economy, is a
sharp slowdown in home building. Residential construction has accounted for a disproportionately large share of
the job gains nationally in the last four years, especially in California. In addition, continued high gasoline prices
could ultimately result in less consumer spending as people spend more of their dollars at the pump.

In the May Budget Revise, the Governor announced that the State can expect to receive $7.5 billion in
unanticipated revenue this year that he proposes to spend on schools and roads, paying down the State’s debt
ahead of schedule, and making an unprecedented investment to prepare the State for a possible outbreak of avian
flu. Much of the new money is coming from a surge in capital gains taxes paid by investors who have made
money in the stock market or by selling real estate. Once the State has spent the extra money it took in this year,
the Governor and the Legislature will still have to find a way to permanently trim at least $4 billion from
projected spending over the next few years, or raise taxes by that amount, to balance the budget.

Locally, commercial vacancy rates are projected to fall below double digits by the end of 2006. In 2005, vacancy
rates declined 1.7%, from 12.6% to 10.9% for all commercial categories, and rents are expected to continue a
gradual increase by an estimated rate of 10% by the end of calendar year 2006 according to Colliers International
- Tri-Valley - 4th quarter 2005 report. The Staples Ranch Memorandum of Understanding has been approved and
provides a roadmap for the relocation of six high-end automobile dealerships, with the possible addition of two
new dealerships. Also contemplated in this project is up to 800 units of senior housing with skilled nursing
availability, and 12 acres of retail (maximum of 130,000 square feet) or commercial office space (maximum of
210,000 square feet). The undeveloped property will provide new commercial opportunity along the I-580
corridor. Stoneridge Mall, already one of the Bay Area’s premier retail centers, has approval for expansion plans
in 2006 and 2007 that will help to increase local retail sales.

Pleasanton housing resales for the first quarter of calendar year 2006 are off 15% from the comparable quarter in
2005, although the median sales price for the same timeframe has increased 2%. Pleasanton's median sales price
for housing is anticipated to decline in fiscal year 2006-07 as the housing market continues to cool. Overall new
residential growth is expected to continue at a very slow pace, and residential resales are expected to continue to
decline.




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     SECTION I


OPERATIONAL BUDGET
                                       SECTION I
                                    Operating Budget
                         2005-06 Mid-Year and 2006-07 Mid-Term Review

I. GENERAL FUND
 A. General Fund Overview

 1.   Mid-Year 2005-06

 Overall, the budget is being amended to reflect additional net income of $2.1 million. This is the result of
 increases to revenues of $2.3 million and increases to expenditures of $229,700.

 The primary reasons for the increases of $2.3 million to budget estimates for revenues are identified in Section
 B.

 The primary reasons for the increases of $229,700 to budget estimates for expenditures are:
    x Personnel expenditure adjustments result in a net decrease of $254,734
    x Non-Personnel expenditure adjustments result in a decrease in expenditures of $65,566 offset by an
        additional $550,000 in facility and park renovation accruals.

 2.   Mid-Term 2006-07

 Overall, the 2006-07 budget is being adjusted Mid-Term by increasing expenditures by $555,278, decreasing
 revenues by $148,362, and the planned use of additional reserves for golf course debt service $500,000, and
 the planned transfer of $1.8 million to the CIPR (Capital Improvement Program Reserve).

 The primary reason for the decrease in revenues of $148,278 above budget estimates are identified in Section
 B.

 The primary reasons for the net increases of $555,278 above budget estimates for expenditures are:
    x Personnel expenditure adjustments result in a net increase of $258,532
    x Non-Personnel expenditure adjustments result in a net increase $296,746

 B. General Fund Revenues

 1. Mid-Year 2005-06 Revenue Adjustments

 Mid-Year 2005-06 revenues are estimated to be $2.3 million higher than the original budget primarily due to
 one-time revenues. Consistent with the adopted fiscal policies, these one-time revenues will be allocated to
 fund one-time expenditures such as increasing golf debt service reserve, the 10% reserve for economic
 uncertainty, and the carryover reserve.

 Staff is recommending that General Fund Mid-Year 2005-06 revenue estimate be increased by $2.3 million,
 from the previously amended estimate of $82.2 million to $84.5 million.

 Major Revisions are summarized in the table on the following page:




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                       RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS TO MID-YEAR 2005-06
                            GENERAL FUND REVENUE ESTIMATE

                                  2004-05           2005-06        Recommended            2005-06            % Change
                                   Actual           Budget          Adjustments           Revised            Revised vs.
                                                   Estimate                               Estimate             Actual
Sales & Use Tax 75%             $15,270,131        $14,788,680            $797,000        $15,585,680                 2.1%
Sales & Use Tax 25%               4,615,561          4,846,340           (816,635)          4,029,705              (12.7%)
Property Taxes                   36,670,866         39,043,187           1,096,591         40,139,778                 9.5%
Documentary Transfer Tax          1,127,173            800,000             400,000          1,200,000                 6.5%
Hotel/Motel Tax                   2,798,869          2,997,500             (25,000)         2,972,500                 6.2%
Interest Income                     631,869            420,571             246,000            666,571                 5.5%
VLF Gap Loan Repayment                    -                  -           1,136,257          1,136,257                     -
Vehicle License Fees                714,960            400,000             (65,000)           335,000              (53.1%)
Building Permits                  2,224,006          2,478,000           (365,000)          2,113,000               (5.0%)
Planning & Public Works Fees      1,425,464          1,478,753             105,793          1,584,546                11.2%
Recreation Fees                   3,233,539          3,383,290               47,377         3,430,667                 6.1%
Other Revenues                   11,158,376         11,601,424           (257,867)         11,343,557                 1.7%
                    TOTAL       $79,870,814     * $82,237,745           $2,299,516        $84,537,261                 5.8%

                 *Total includes $318,175 from Pleasanton USD for SOS Grant approved after Budget adoption

2. Mid-Term 2006-07 Revenue Adjustments

Mid-Term 2006-07 revenues are projected to be $148,362 lower than originally budgeted.

Staff is recommending that General Fund Mid-Term 2006-07 revenue projections be decreased by $148,362,
from $89.2 million to $89.0 million.

Major revisions are summarized in the following table:

                       RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS TO MID-TERM 2006-07
                            GENERAL FUND REVENUE PROJECTION

                                 2005-06           2006-07         Recommended           2006-07        % Change 2005-06
                                 Revised           Budget           Adjustments          Revised         Revised Estimate
                                 Estimate         Projection                            Projection      vs. 2006-07 Revised
                                                                                                             Projection
Sales & Use Tax 75%             $15,585,680        $15,528,093             $655,283     $16,183,376                     3.8%
Sales & Use Tax 25%               4,029,705          5,088,657                    -       5,088,657                   26.3%
Property Taxes                   40,139,778         43,232,596              399,957      43,632,553                     8.7%
Documentary Transfer Tax          1,200,000            720,000              180,000         900,000                 (25.0%)
Hotel/Motel Tax                   2,972,500          3,177,350            (115,675)       3,061,675                     3.0%
Interest Income                     666,571            440,538              250,000         690,538                     3.6%
VLF Gap Loan Repayment            1,136,257          1,136,257          (1,136,257)               -                (100.0%)
Vehicle License Fees                335,000            420,000                    -         420,000                    25.4%
Building Permits                  2,113,000          2,601,900            (201,900)       2,400,000                   13.6%
Planning & Public Works Fees      1,584,546          1,547,878            (105,000)       1,442,878                   (8.9%)
Recreation Fees                   3,430,667          3,508,301               40,837       3,549,138                     3.5%
Other Revenues                   11,343,557         11,791,206            (115,607)      11,675,599                     2.9%
                    TOTAL       $84,537,261        $89,192,776          ($148,362)      $89,044,414                    5.3%




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3. Analysis of Changes to Major Revenues

a. Sales Tax

Effective July 1, 2004 the state implemented the “triple flip” which reduced the local sales tax share by 25%
and used this 25% as security for the State’s $15 billion “Economic Recovery Bonds”. Since that time what
had been received as the local share was split into two pieces; 75% received normally, and the new 25% via
the triple flip formula. The State has replaced this 25% reduction of local sales tax with an equal amount of
local property tax from the County Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund (ERAF). The source of ERAF
funds is the same property tax dollars that have been redistributed annually by the State from cities and
counties to fund education since 1993-94. To make up for this loss of annual school funding, the State will
make an equivalent contribution from the State’s general fund.

The Mid-Year 2005-06 sales tax (75%) estimate reflects an increase of $797,000 above the original 2005-06
budget estimate. This revised estimate for 2005-06 reflects a 2.1% increase over the FY 2004-05 prior year
actual sales tax receipts. However, it is estimated that sales tax was partially inflated during 2004-05 due to
the Governor’s tax amnesty program, which allowed taxpayers to remit delinquent taxes on a penalty-free
basis between February and March 2005. Sales tax is expected to actually increase 5.5% in 2005-06 after
adjusting the 2004-05 sales tax for the one-time revenues due to the amnesty program.

The funding from the sales tax compensation fund (25%) decreased $816,635 from the original budget
estimate. This is because the state notified cities after the budget was adopted that an overpayment was made
in 2004-05 and would be deducted from the 2005-06 allocations.

The Mid-Term 2006-07 sales tax (75%) projection reflects an increase of $655,284 above the 2006-07
original budget projection, which is a 3.8% increase over the Mid-Year 2005-06 revised estimate. Over the
last two years, sales tax has averaged a 4% increase. Sales tax is very elastic and the predicted slowdown in
the housing market could have a negative impact. Any gains that may be realized due to increased gasoline
prices may cause consumers to change spending patterns and result in less sales tax in other retail sectors.
There is no change to the 2006-07 budget for the 25% portion of the sales tax.

                                                         Sales Tax Revenue

                               $22
                               $20
                               $18
                 In Millions




                               $16
                               $14
                               $12
                               $10
                                     99-00   00-01   01-02   02-03    03-04   04-05   05-06   06-07




b. Hotel/Motel Taxes

The City assesses a transient occupancy tax (TOT) of 8% on all dwellings occupied less than 30 days. There
are 1829 hotel/motel rooms in the City. Collections were at a high point of $4 million in FY 2000-01 and
steadily declined until showing improvement in FY 2004-05, which looks to be a continuing positive trend
through 2007.




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The Mid-Year 2005-06 TOT estimate reflects a slight $25,000 decrease from the original 2005-06 budget
estimate based upon actual collections through the first three quarters of the fiscal year. This revised estimate
for 2005-06 reflects a 6.2% increase over the 2004-05 actual TOT collections. This revised estimate is based
on actual collections for the first three quarters of the fiscal year and conservatively assumes a 2% increase in
revenue in the fourth quarter over the fourth quarter receipts for the prior year.

The Mid-Term 2006-07 TOT projection reflects a decrease of $115,675 from the original 2006-07 budget
projection, which translates into an increase of 3% over the Mid-Year 2005-06 revised estimate. A
conservative projection was used because the trend in this area is not clear. Although average daily occupancy
rates for the Tri-Valley area are up from 56.15% to 64.3% for the first quarter compared to the prior year,
average daily room rates were down to $95.26 from $96.69.

                                                               Hotel Tax Revenue


                                  $5
                   In Millions




                                  $4


                                  $3


                                  $2
                                       99-00   00-01   01-02       02-03   03-04   04-05     05-06   06-07




c. Property Taxes and Documentary Transfer Taxes

The Mid-Year 2005-06 estimates for property taxes reflect an increase of $1,096,591 above the original
budget. Secured property tax is estimated to increase 7.6% over the prior year actual.

Documentary transfer tax actual receipts in 2004-05 were $1.1 million. For 2005-06 it is estimated to be $1.2
million, which is $400,000 higher than the original budget estimate of $800,000.

The Mid-Term 2006-07 projections for property taxes reflect an increase of $399,357 above the 2006-07
original budget. The secured roll is projected to increase 7% over the prior year actual.

Documentary transfer tax is projected to be $900,000, which is $180,000 higher than the 2006-07 original
projections of $720,000.

                                               Property & Documentary Transfer Tax Revenue


                                 $50
                                 $45
                                 $40
                 In Millions




                                 $35
                                 $30
                                 $25
                                 $20
                                 $15
                                 $10
                                       99-00   00-01   01-02      02-03    03-04   04-05     05-06   06-07




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d. Miscellaneous Taxes (Business License Tax, Off Track Horse Racing, Public Safety Sales Tax)
Based on current year to date trends, staff is reducing estimates for Mid-Year 2005-06 miscellaneous taxes by
$125,000 from the original budget. The changes are as follows:

    x   Business License Taxes - decrease of $125,000
    x   Off Track Horse Racing - decrease of $ 10,000
    x   Public Safety Sales Tax - increase of $ 10,000

For Mid-Term 2006-07 miscellaneous taxes have been reduced by $46,325 from the original budget
consistent with reductions in 2005-06. The changes are as follows:

    x   Business License Taxes - decrease of $35,825
    x   Off Track Horse Racing - decrease of $10,500
    x   Public Safety Sales Tax - no change


                                                  Miscellaneous Tax Revenues


                             $4
               In Millions




                             $3



                             $2
                                  99-00   00-01   01-02    02-03    03-04      04-05   05-06   06-07



e. Recreation Revenues

Recreation revenues for Mid-Year 2005-06 are estimated to increase $47,377 above the 2005-06 original
budget. This is due to a combination of decreases in the budget estimate for preschool and theater ticket sales,
and an increase in the budget estimate for tennis leagues and tennis lessons.

Recreation revenues for Mid-Term 2006-07 are projected to increase $40,837 over the budget projection
primarily due to tennis lessons, open play and MTC grant revenues.

f. Fines and Forfeitures

There are no adjustments to either the Mid-Year 2005-06 budget or the Mid-Term 2006-07 budget.

g. Miscellaneous Revenues and Reimbursements

The miscellaneous revenues and reimbursements for Mid-Year 2005-06 reflect a decrease of $33,135 from
the original budget. There are no changes to the Mid-Term 2006-07 budget.

h. Building Permits, Planning and Public Works Fees

Building permits for Mid-Year 2005-06 reflect a decrease of $365,000 from the original 2005-06 budget
estimate primarily due to a slowdown in new construction starts and commercial development along with a



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decrease in the valuations of permits. Planning and Public Works fees reflect an increase of $105,793 above
the budget estimate.

Building permits for Mid-Term 2006-07 reflect a decrease of $201,900 from the original 2006-07 budget
projection consistent with the reasons mentioned above. However, if a large project such as the Stoneridge
Mall expansion were to move forward sometime in the 2006-07 fiscal year, fee projections may need to be
revisited at the mid-year point. Planning and Public Works fees reflect a decrease of $105,000 from the
budget projection.

i. Vehicle License Fees & VLF Gap Loan Repayment

The VLF is a tax imposed by the state on the ownership of a registered vehicle in place of a personal property
tax. Since 1948, the VLF tax rate had been 2% of value estimated by a depreciation schedule. In 1998, the
Legislature and Governor began cutting the tax, backfilling the loss to cities with like amount of state general
fund money. In 2004, the state reduced the rate to 0.65% and re-replaced the state general fund backfill with
additional property tax in lieu of the VLF.

Vehicle license fees for Mid-Year 2005-06 reflect a decrease of $65,000 from the $400,000 budgeted to a
revised estimate of $335,000. This represents an actual 53.1% decrease from the prior 2004-05 actual
collections. This is due to the fact that for a 1-2 month period in 2004-05 the full 2% rate was still in effect.

Vehicle license fees for Mid-Term 2006-07 reflect no change to the budget projection.

The VLF Gap Loan payment was actually received in 2005-06 and the Mid-Year 2005-06 adjustments
include $1,136,257 for this purpose. This amount was initially budgeted in 2006-07 when cities originally
were told to expect repayment. The Mid-Term 2006-07 adjustment deletes the $1,136,257 budgeted for this
purpose due to it being received in 2005-06.

j. Interest Income
Interest income for the Mid-Year 2005-06 reflects an increase of $246,000 above the original budget due to a
higher General Fund cash balance and increasing portfolio earnings rate. The interest earnings rate for pooled
cash in March 2006 had climbed to 4.1% from 2.9% in June 2005. The General Fund cash balance also grew
to $18.2 million in 2005-06 from $16.7 million in 2004-05.

Interest income for the Mid-Term 2006-07 reflects an increase of $250,000 above the original budget using a
conservative assumption that interest income earned in 2005-06 would not be substantially higher in 2006-07.

C. General Fund Expenditures
Mid-Year 2005-06
Overall, staff is recommending a net increase of $229,700 in General Fund expenditure appropriations,
resulting in the total budget increasing from $81.0 million to $81.2 million. This is due to a decrease in
personnel costs by $254,734 and non-personnel costs are being decreased in expenditures by $65,566 offset by
an additional $550,000 in facility and park renovation accruals.

Mid-Term 2006-07

Overall, staff is recommending a net increase of $555,278 in General Fund expenditure appropriations. This is
due to an increase in personnel costs by $258,532 and non-personnel costs are being increased by $296,746.




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1. Personnel Cost Adjustments

a. Mid-Year 2005-06

The following tables provide an overview of recommended Mid-Year adjustments to the General Fund in the
personnel category.

                                      GENERAL FUND
                                      Mid-Year 2005-06
                            MAJOR REVISIONS TO PERSONNEL COSTS
                                        (in thousands)

                                                                                   Offsetting
                                                                                     Salary       Net Cost
                                                                  Additional       Savings or         or
                                                                    Cost          Reductions      (Savings)
      Position Changes, Reclassifications & Overfills               $230,930         ($97,204)      $133,726
      Changes in Temporary Salaries                                  432,493         (151,820)       280,673
      Change in Overtime                                             115,866          (82,746)        33,120
      Miscellaneous Salary Adjustments                               129,161                  -      129,061
      Non-Specific Salary Savings & Other Reductions                                 (831,414)     (831,414)
              TOTAL Net Personnel Adjustments.                         $908,450   ($1,163,184)    ($254,734)


                                         GENERAL FUND
                                         Mid-Year 2005-06
                                     MAJOR REVISIONS TO FTE’s

                                                         Authorized       Changes          Adjusted
      Regular Employees                                      440.84            0.20           441.04
      Limited Term Employees                                    1.75           1.00              2.75
      TOTAL                                                  442.59            1.20           443.79

      Regular Employees
      City Manager Department              -0.50   Asst to City Manager position reduced to .5 position
      Law Department                       -0.25   .75 Deputy City Attorney position reduced to .5 &
                                                   reclassified as .5 Asst City Attorney
      Administrative Services Department    0.13   .5 GIS Technician I position increased to .63
      Planning Department                   1.00   Asst Planner position overstaffing FTE for General Plan
                                                   update to be reduced when next Planner vacancy occurs
      Public Works Department               0.07   .65 Office Asst position in Bldg & Safety Div increased
                                                   to .72 through 6-30-06 due to increased workload
      Library Department                   -0.25   Eliminated .25 Library Clerk position
      Subtotal                              0.20

      Limited Term Employees*
      Economic Development Department        1.00 Economic Development Fiscal Officer position
      Total Net Approved FY 2005-06          1.20
           *The continued need for each limited term employee is reviewed on an annual basis




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Staff is recommending personnel expenditure adjustments totaling a net decrease of $254,734. This is the net result
after increasing personnel costs by $908,450 and applying offsetting salary savings or other reductions of
$1,163,184.

The position changes, reclassifications and overfills include some overstaffing and a number of limited term
positions that have been added to further City Council priorities. These include an Assistant Planner overstaffing to
be reduced when the next Planner vacancy occurs, a limited term Economic Development Fiscal Officer to assist in
developing a financing plan for phase II of the Bernal property and economic sustainability planning efforts. There
are also small increases in part time hours for GIS Technician and Office Assistant in the Building & Safety
Division. These costs are being partially offset by the reduction of the Assistant to the City Manager from 1.0 FTE
to 0.5 FTE, and elimination of 0.25 FTE Library Clerk position.

The changes in temporary salaries include additional temporary positions also to further City Council priorities.
These include positions dedicated to the Bernal specific plan, and a temporary Assistant to the Landscape Architect
to free up the Landscape Architect to focus on the Bernal property design and the Alviso Adobe project design. This
category also includes carryover from the prior year for a temporary building inspector, and backfilling vacant
Senior Transportation Drivers. Additional offsets include a vacant Plan Checker position filled at a lower rate.

The miscellaneous salary adjustments include administrative leave buyback adjustments and acting pay for Lead
Parks Maintenance Worker while Parks Superintendent was assigned to Golf Course

There is a significant reorganization that has taken place during 2005-06. Human Resources, City Clerk and Central
Services have been combined into an Administrative Services Department. This department is supervised by the
Administrative Services Director, a position reclassified from the previous Deputy City Manager / Human
Resources Director position.

b. Mid-Term 2006-07
The following tables provide an overview of recommended Mid-Term adjustments to the General Fund in the
Personnel category.


                                        GENERAL FUND
                                        Mid-Term 2006-07
                              MAJOR REVISIONS TO PERSONNEL COSTS
                                          (in thousands)

                                                                     Additional        Offsetting       Net Cost or
                                                                       Cost          Salary Savings      (Savings)
                                                                                     or Reductions
    Position Changes, Reclassifications & Overfills                      $846,528        ($335,923)        $510,605
    Changes in Temporary Salaries                                         171,606          (45,730)          125,876
    Change in Overtime                                                     44,518           (4,118)           40,400
    Miscellaneous Salary Adjustments                                      396,020         (340,562)           55,458
    Non-Specific Salary Savings & Other Reductions                                        (294,717)        (294,717)
             TOTAL Net Personnel Adjustments                           $1,458,672      ($1,021,050)        $437,622
    Offset from Convention & Visitors Bureau Contribution                                 (179,090)        (179,090)
             TOTAL Net Cost                                            $1,458,672      ($1,200,140)        $258,532




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                                          GENERAL FUND
                                          Mid-Term 2006-07
                                      MAJOR REVISIONS TO FTE’s

                                       2006-07          2005-06                         2006-07
                                      Authorized        Changes         Subtotal        Changes         Adjusted
   Regular Employees                      441.81             0.20          442.01            0.93          442.94
   Limited Term Employees                    0.75            1.00             1.75           1.50             3.25
   TOTAL                                  442.56             1.20          443.76            2.43          446.19

   Regular Employees
   Finance Department                   1.00   Accounting Manager position overstaffing FTE to be absorbed by
                                               future attrition
   Public Works Department             -0.07   .65 Office Asst position in Bldg & Safety Div increased to .72
                                               through 6-30-06 only
   Subtotal                             0.93

   Limited Term Employees*
   Law Department                       .50 .5 Asst City Attorney position
   Planning Department                 1.00 Extended limited term Associate Planner position through 6/30/07
   Subtotal                            1.50
   Total Net Approved FY 2006-07       2.43
               *The continued need for each limited term employee is reviewed on an annual basis

Staff is recommending personnel cost adjustments totaling a net increase of $437,622, which will be partially
offset by the elimination of the CVB contribution resulting in a net increase of $258,532. This is the net result
after increasing personnel costs by $1,458,672 and applying offsetting salary savings or other reductions of
$1,021,050.

The position changes, reclassifications and overfills include some overstaffing and limited term positions to
focus on City Council priorities. An additional 0.5 FTE Assistant City Attorney has been added to focus on the
Bernal Property Specific Plan, General Plan and Staples Ranch Development. A limited term Associate
Planner is being added through fiscal year 2007 to assist with the update of the General Plan. Also included is
a new position of Accounting Manager. This position, which is considered to be a temporary overfill is
needed to provide additional assistance for accounting and financial reporting, grants accounting, and state
compliance reporting. The addition of this position is the beginning of a larger pro-active effort to provide
transition planning for certain key management positions. The offsets to these costs include reclassifying 0.75
FTE Deputy City Attorney to 0.5 FTE Assistant City Attorney, and reducing the Assistant to the City Manager
from 1.0 FTE to 0.5 FTE.

The changes in temporary salaries include continuation of a temporary assistant to the Landscape Architect to
allow additional focus on design work on priority capital projects such as the Bernal Property and the Alviso
Adobe Park plus a number of park renovation projects. A temporary Records Clerk has been added to the
Police Department for the property and evidence room and paid for by using Asset Seizure Funds. Additional
hours have been added for a temporary Police Officer due to a high number of vacancies partially offset by
new hires expected to start at a lower rate. Also included is the addition of a School Crossing Guard on
Greenwood Avenue for Harvest Park Middle School.

The miscellaneous salary adjustments include a decrease in PERS rates for 2006-07 in the amount of
$340,000, which is used to increase the reserve for retiree medical.




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2.   Recommended Changes in General Fund Non-Personnel Expenditures

Net increases to non-personnel expenditure items in the General Fund for the Mid-Year 2005-06 update total
$484,434. The Mid-Term 2006-07 reflects an increase of $296,746. The changes are summarized in the
following table.

                                            GENERAL FUND
                                  REVISIONS TO NON-PERSONNEL COSTS
                                    Mid-Year 2005-06/Mid-Term 2006-07


                                                                               2005-06         2006-07
     Facility Renovation charges                                           $    950,000    $     200,000
             Use contingency for above:
               - To partially fund Amador Theatre electrical upgrade           (200,000)              -
               - To move homeland & other security upgrades to Facility
               Renovation Fund                                                 (500,000)              -
               - To move operational changes for energy efficiency to
               Facility Renovation Fund *                                      (250,000)              -
                                                         Net Expenditure… $          -     $     200,000
     Park/Median Renovation charges                                             675,000          312,000
             Use contingency funds set aside for tree trimming from
             prior years' Parks Division unspent budget balances               (675,000)              -
             Move budget for contract tree trimming from Parks
             Division budget                                                         -          (212,000).
                                                         Net Expenditure… $          -     $     100,000
     Other
             Contract Services                                                  261,227           271,000
             Reimbursable expenditures                                          161,183            11,650
             Equipment & supplies                                               144,535            68,905
             Insurance                                                           38,648            47,496
             Personnel recruitment and physicals                                 38,588                -
             Gasoline                                                            30,000            30,000
             Capital Outlay                                                    (136,699)             (600)
             Contingency - Other                                               (355,874)        (243,660).
             Utilities (water, phones, PGE, garbage)                           (302,575)        (119,047).
             All Other **                                                        55,401          (68,998).
                                                         Net Expenditure… $     (65,566)   $      (3,254)
     To partially pre-fund 2007-08 and 2008-09 budget
            Facility Renovation charges                                         300,000               -
            Park/Median Renovation charges                                      250,000               -
                                                         Net Expenditure   $    550,000    $          -
             Total Net Increase Non-personnel Costs                        $    484,434    $     296,746

     * The remaining $250,000 in energy funds for demonstration projects will remain in contingency until
     allocated by the City Council.
     ** Excludes $179,090 deletion of CVB funding used as an offset to Limited Term Economic Development
     Staffing in the Personnel Expenditure Category.




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a. Replacement and Renovation Accruals

As shown in the table on the previous page, replacement and renovation accruals (funding charges to the
General Fund) are being increased as part of the Mid-Year 2005-06 and Mid-Term 2006-07 budget update.
Part of the increase is being offset by other reductions:
    x   A total of $1.625 million of contingency funds are being used in Mid-Year 2005-06 for Facility
        Renovation charges ($950,000) and Park/Median Renovation charges ($675,000).
    x   For Mid-term 2006-07, another $200,000 is included for Facility Renovation charges, and $312,000
        for Park/Median Renovation charges. The $312,000 is partially offset by using $212,000 of the
        contract tree trimming budget in the Parks Division.
A more detailed description of the proposed uses of these funds is included in the Other Internal Service Funds
section starting on page 22.

In addition to the above, one-time General Fund revenues and expenditure savings in Mid-Year 2005-06 are
being used to partially pre-fund required contributions in the coming two-year budget cycle (2007-08/2008-09)
for facility renovations ($300,000) and for park/median renovations ($250,000). In the short-term, by pre-
funding some of the renovation contributions, the contributions in the next budget cycle can then be reduced
without impacting renovation plans. If revenues fall or revenue growth slows, pre-funding these expenses will
help maintain both a balanced operating budget and annual contributions to the CIP. In the long-term, as we
add more parks and facilities, the contributions to future renovations will need to be increased.

b. Contingency

As discussed above, $1.625 million of contingency funds are being moved in Mid-Year 2005-06 to the
Facility and Park & Median Renovation Funds. Other contingency funds were reduced and deleted for:

Mid-Year 2005-06

A reduction of $355,900 was made to contingency due to:

    x   $71,000 not needed for utility increases, because water and phone costs are coming in well under
        budget, rather than over budget.
    x   $50,000 in contingency for General Plan costs does not appear to be needed, as costs are in line with
        budget at this time. Some contingency still exists to cover unknowns.
    x   $235,000 from the list of possible budget needs or price increases previously identified by the
        departments that have not materialized.

Mid-Term 2006-07

A reduction of $243,700 was made to the list of possible contingent items previously identified by the
departments. In some cases, there is likely to be a balance at the end of 2005-06 that can be carried over to
cover any new “unknowns”. Gasoline is an example. The contingency for gasoline cost increases in 2005-06
will likely not be needed and can therefore be carried over to 2006-07 instead, where in all likelihood it will be
needed.

c. Contract Services

Staff is recommending that the budget for contract services be increased in Mid-Year 2005-06 by about
$261,227 net, and in Mid-Term 2006-07 by a net $271,000. Some of the recommended changes follow:



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Mid-Year 2005-06

Staff is recommending that the budget for contract services be increased by a net $261,200. Some of the larger
recommended changes include:

    Increases
    x $15,000 for training for management employees
    x $125,000 for federal grant acquisition assistance
    x $60,000 for management employee compensation study
    x $12,000 for use tax auditing which is estimated to be 25% of any new revenue identified
    x $15,000 increase for contract legal services for Bernal, General Plan and Staples Ranch Development
    x $101,000 increase for tennis program contract, offset by additional revenue

    Reductions
    x $25,000 decrease due to elimination of prevailing wage requirement for contract street sweeping
    x $25,000 decrease in weed abatement for the Bernal property
    x $39,000 decrease in amount needed for Alameda County property tax collection fee
    x $11,000 move clean air curriculum for middle schools to 2007

Mid-Term 2006-07

Staff is recommending that the budget for contract services be increased by a net $271,000. Some of the larger
recommended changes include:
    Increases
    x $80,000 for a series of 3 Leadership Academies for management employees
    x $10,000 for additional professional services
    x $15,000 increased estimate for jail booking fees
    x $10,000 increase for contract legal services Bernal, General Plan and Staples Ranch Development
    x $11,000 increase for clean air curriculum for middle schools moved from 2006
    x $101,000 increase for tennis program contract offset by additional revenue
    x $11,000 increase for GIS services
    x $18,000 increase for facility repairs
    x $13,700 increase for Library programs on East Indian culture, offset by grant funding

    Reductions
    x $7,000 decrease in Pleasanton’s share of LPFD dispatch services provided by the City of Livermore
    x $25,000 decrease due to elimination of prevailing wage requirement for contract street sweeping

d. Reimbursable Expenditures

These include planning studies that are paid for by the applicant such as peer reviews and environmental
studies, as well as damage to City property by the public that may or may not be recoverable.

e. Equipment and Supplies

The net Mid-Year 2005-06 adjustment for supplies, small equipment, postage, uniforms, etc., is an increase of
$144,535. Increases include $33,000 due to the higher cost of asphalt; $57,000 for small office and field
equipment in various departments; $19,000 for uniform costs for new police recruits and $17,000 for training
materials; $13,000 for increased parks field supplies for reseeding and mowing costs; $15,000 for janitorial
supplies; $10,000 for aquatic center chemicals; $2,000 for materials for LEAP (Local Emergency Action
Program). These costs are offset by a reduction of $33,000 in the estimated cost of postage.



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The net Mid-Term 2006-07 adjustment for supplies, small equipment, postage, uniforms, etc., is an increase
of $68,905. The largest single increase is to the cost of asphalt, which makes up about $33,000 of the
increase. Chemicals for the aquatic center increased $10,000; office supplies increased $5,000 for materials
for LEAP, and $7,500 for computer system backup media.

f. Utilities (water, phones, PG&E, garbage)

Mid-Year 2005-06

The programs in the Parks and the Facility divisions are charged directly for their water usage. This procedure
was implemented about five years ago, and now provides better operational and rate setting accountability and
tracking than in years past when the divisions were not directly billed. Estimating water usage is especially
difficult because there are factors that cannot be controlled such as weather. However, now that we are near
the end of fiscal year 2005-06, based on the actual information to date and the historical trend for the last five
years, the cost of water usage for parks, medians and trails is being reduced by $190,000.

While the budget for electricity is being increased by $12,000 and refuse costs by about $5,000, the budget for
telephones/cell phones/pagers is being decreased by $135,000. During the past year, staff has made a number
of changes to its phone services, including changing cellular plans, modifying land line services and
eliminating lines, which have resulted in reduced phone costs overall.

Mid-Term 2006-07

Based on 2005-06 trends, the estimated costs for telephones/cell phones/pagers is being decreased by
$119,000.

g. Community Grants

See Attachment A for the Community Grant awards recommended by the Commissions.

D. General Fund Reserves

With the changes staff is recommending to the Mid-Year 2005-06 budget, ending General Fund reserves will
total $19.4 million. With the changes staff is recommending to the Mid-Term 2006-07 budget, ending
General Fund reserves will total $17.1 million.

The following changes are being recommended for Mid-Year 2005-06 compared to the additions/uses of
reserves that were originally approved:

    x   The approved $380,000 addition to the Reserve for Economic Uncertainty is augmented by $70,000 to
        maintain the reserve at 10% of annual General Fund revenues.
    x   $1,500,000 will be added to the Carryover Reserve to fund overfill positions and limited term staffing
        over the next few years to support priority projects and be available should development fee revenue
        decline.
    x   $500,000 will be added to the General Fund Reserve for Golf Debt Service for future debt service
        payments.

The following changes are being recommended for Mid-Term 2006-07 compared to the additions/uses of
reserves that were originally approved:

    x   The approved addition of $730,000 to the Reserve for Economic Uncertainty will be reduced by
        $180,000 due to additional funds being added in 2005-06.




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    x     $500,000 will be drawn from the General Fund Reserve for Golf Course Debt Service and used for
          2006-07 golf debt service payments and cash flow.
    x     As planned, the remaining $1.8 million will be drawn from the General Fund Capital Projects Reserve
          and transferred to the CIPR (Capital Improvement Program Reserve) to complete the funding plan for
          high priority capital projects already approved by City Council.

The additions/uses of reserves recommended by staff will result in the following projected ending reserves:


                                          GENERAL FUND RESERVES

                                      Actual         FY 2005-06        Projected         FY 2006-07        Projected
                                     06/30/05        Adopted            06/30/06         Mid-Term          06/30/07
                                                    Adjustments                         Adjustments
                                                   And Mid-Year
                                                    Adjustments
 10% Reserve for Economic             $8,000,000           450,000       $8,450,000            550,000     $9,000,000
 Uncertainties
 Reserve for Carryovers               *4,259,605        (2,759,605)       1,500,000           (500,000)     1,000,000
 Reserve for Inventory                    44,422                  -          44,422                   -        44,422
 Reserve for Golf Debt Service         3,600,000        (1,100,000)       2,500,000           (500,000)     2,000,000
 Capital Projects Reserve              1,800,000                  -       1,800,000         (1800,000)                 0
 Temporary Recession Reserve           5,100,000                  -       5,100,000                   -     5,100,000
  Total                                 $22,804,027       (3,409,605)      $19,394,422         (2,250,000) $17,144,422
          *$3.8 million of this carryover from 2005 was expended in 2006, as already approved by the City Council.

10% Reserve for Economic Uncertainties

The 10% Reserve for Economic Uncertainties is an ongoing reserve to meet unexpected emergencies such as
natural disasters, and economic deficiencies such as the temporary loss of a major revenue source due to a fire
or earthquake. This Reserve was established in 1990 with the adoption of the City's Financial Policies, and is
recommended in the City’s Economic and Fiscal Element of the General Plan. The Reserve's projected
balance at June 30, 2006 is $8.45 million, which is $260,000 more than originally projected. This reserve will
be increased at June 30, 2007, to $9 million, which will be 10.1% of revenues. Because the City is close to
reaching build-out, the nature and characteristics of the revenue stream may undergo changes with less
development. As a result, the reserve policy should be reviewed, as suggested by the Economic Vitality
Committee, and possibly amended to increase the minimum reserve percent. Staff can address this issue as
part of the long-term fiscal sustainability planning over the next year.

Carryover Reserve

$1,500,000 is being added to the Carryover Reserve in 2005-06 to be used over the next three years to support
City Council goals and projects along with providing a cushion for uncertainty about revenue from economic
and development cycles. In 2006-07 it is assumed that $500,000 of this reserve will be drawn down for these
purposes or be carried over into future years.




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 Capital Projects Reserve

 In accordance with the City's Financial Policies, excess funds from the General Fund are set aside in the
 Capital Project Reserve, and used for capital projects. This has been the funding source for numerous projects
 over the years. The City has been maintaining a contribution of $5 million annually to the CIP, and that
 amount is budgeted in both years. In addition, a $1.8 million contribution is programmed for 2005-06 to
 complete the funding plan for high priority capital projects, which has already been approved by City Council.

 Temporary Recession Reserve

 The projected balance in the Temporary Recession Reserve remains at $5.1 million. There are still many
 unknowns ahead in the next couple of years. The possibility of falling housing prices, combined with
 commercial vacancies, could result in property reassessments that adversely impact the City’s revenues. The
 timing and strength of a recovery in the City’s hotel industry is still an unknown, as is the impact of growing
 retail competition in the I580/I680 corridor. On the other hand, the economic engine of high tech and bio-med
 will help drive a recovery in the years ahead. For now, staff’s recommendation is to keep this reserve intact at
 least through the current budget cycle ending June 30, 2007, and until the future economic outlook is clearer.

II. OTHER OPERATING FUNDS
 A. Enterprise Funds

 The City currently has four Enterprise Funds, including the Storm Drain, Golf, Water and Sewer Funds. Only
 the Operations & Maintenance (O&M), and Debt Service portions of these enterprises are reflected in the
 Operating Budget. Capital Improvements and replacement for Storm, Water and Sewer are accounted for in
 the CIP. Staff has created a small replacement fund for golf that is shown in the operating budget that will
 provide for some equipment replacement and turf repairs beyond normal wear, if necessary. The bigger issue
 of funding for longer-term renovations will need to be addressed in the future as we gain a better idea of the
 income stream from the golf course and the replacement/renovation needs.

 1. Storm Drain Fund
 For Mid-Year 2005-06, amendments to the Storm Drain Operating Fund will result in an increase in projected
 net income of about $26,900. Revenue projections are being reduced slightly by $2,800, and expenditures are
 being reduced by $29,700.

 For Mid-Term 2006-07, amendments will result in an increase of about $11,800 to projected net income.
 Revenue projections are being reduced slightly by $1,300, and expenditures are being reduced by $13,100.

 As presented when the budget was originally adopted, the General Fund subsidized the Storm Drain Fund for
 the first time in many years by transferring $100,000 in each of 2005-06 and 2006-07. Even with this subsidy,
 the projected fund balance has declined from $648,000 at the end of FY05, to $513,000 in FY06, then down to
 $353,000 in FY07. While the Storm Drain Fund is classified as an enterprise, it has never truly been self-
 supporting. This situation will need to be addressed as part of the next two-year budget cycle. If revenues
 can’t be increased and/or costs decreased, the result will be an even larger subsidy from the General Fund in
 the future.

 2. Water Operating Fund
 Due to a refinancing and restructuring of Water debt service in FY 2005, all of the debt service accounting that
 previously was recorded on the Pleasanton Joint Powers Financing Authority (PJPFA) books is now shown on
 the City of Pleasanton books. This accounting adjustment was made at year-end 2004-05, after the 2005-06



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budget was adopted. As a result of this, reserves that previously were shown on the PJPFA books are now
shown on the City books. Accordingly, the beginning Water Fund Balance on the City books needs to be
amended with an increase of $459,800 reflected in Mid-Year 2005-06. This adjustment is reflected in the
table on page 32.
As also shown on the table on page 32, at Mid-Year 2005-06, amendments to the Water Operating Fund will
result in a decrease in projected net income of about $585,100. Revenue projections are being reduced by $1.3
million, and expenditures are being reduced by $733,700. These are very conservative estimates, based on the
expectation that revenues will be less than expected due to a decrease in consumption resulting from a very
wet season. The volume of water purchased is also less than expected for the same reason, but the expenditure
budget is not being reduced proportionately to the revenue projection. In part, this is to be conservative, so we
don’t under-estimate the budget for water purchased in the event there is a sudden consumption spike in late
May or June. In addition, the water rates pay for fixed costs such as replacement, as well as variable costs
such as water purchased. Thus when usage falls, total revenues fall, but only the variable costs fall, not the
fixed costs.

As is shown on the table on page 36, at Mid-Term 2006-07, amendments will result in an increase of about
$86,800 to projected net income. Revenue projections are being reduced slightly by $59,200, while operating
expenditures are being reduced by $145,900. In addition, debt service payments that previously were reflected
in the CIP are now being shown in the Operating budget. This results in a Mid-Term adjustment that is
reflected with a transfer of $709,800 from the CIP, and an equal expenditure increase for debt payments.
Therefore, the net expenditure adjustment for both operating and debt service at Mid-Term is about $563,900.

Over the last few years, significant progress has been made in building water operating reserves. The
minimum target level is 25% (10% for contingency, 15% for two months cash flow), or about $5 million.
Currently, the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Fund is projected to have a Fund Balance of $9.1 million by
the end of FY 2006-07. Staff will be examining whether all the excess fund balance will be needed to increase
replacement reserves, or whether a portion can be used for a rate stabilization fund for the near future. In
addition to the O&M Fund balance, the Debt Service Funds will have a balance of about $1.2 million. Part of
the Debt Service fund balance is restricted under existing bond indentures, and part is for cash flow.

3. Sewer Operating Fund
Similar to Water, debt service previously shown on the PJPFA books has been moved to the City books as of
FY 2005, resulting in an increase to Sewer beginning Fund Balance in 2005-06 of $666,200. This adjustment
is reflected in the table on page 32.

As also shown on the table on page 32, at Mid-Year 2005-06, amendments to the Sewer Operating Fund will
result in a decrease in projected net income of about $27,100. Revenue projections are being increased by
$50,000, and expenditures are being increased by $77,100.

As is shown on the table on page 36, at Mid-Term 2006-07, amendments will result in a decrease of about
$37,800 to projected net income. Revenue projections are being increased by $50,000, while operating
expenditures are being increased by $87,800. In addition, debt service payments that previously were
reflected in the CIP are now being shown in the Operating budget. This results in a Mid-Term adjustment that
is reflected with a transfer of $633,700 from the CIP, and an equal expenditure increase for debt payments.
Therefore, the net expenditure adjustment for both operating and debt service at Mid-Term is about $721,500.

Over the last few years, progress has continued in building sewer operating reserves. The minimum target
level is 25% (10% for contingency, 15% for two months cash flow), or about $2.8 million. Currently, the
Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Fund is projected to have a Fund Balance of $2.7 million by the end of FY
2006-07. In addition to the O&M Fund balance, the Debt Service Funds will have a balance of about $1.3



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million, part of which is restricted under existing bond indentures and part is for cash flow. On the other hand,
sewer replacement reserves (that reside in the CIP) are at less than optimum levels. A further review of
replacement funding needs will be conducted later this year.

4. Callippe Preserve Golf Course Fund

The City Council adopted the FY 2006 and FY 2007 Callippe Preserve Golf Course operating budget in
September 2005, and it is presented in this document for the first time. CourseCo, the contract manager for the
golf course, generates monthly financial statements that include operating results and budget comparisons.
The Finance Department reviews the operating results on a monthly basis. The hundreds of individual line
item accounts are summarized for City purposes into two revenue accounts and seven expenditure accounts,
although more detailed accounting is available for review by the Finance Department.

Callippe Preserve has been well received since its initial opening in November 2005. Based on operating
results for the first six months of play, staff is recommending a revenue budget increase of $710,000 for the
two-year budget period (2005-06 includes only November 2005 through June 2006). For the first full budget
year (2006-07) staff is increasing play projections from the initial 55,000 rounds to 58,000 rounds. This may
be a conservative revenue outlook; however, Callippe Preserve is a new facility and may be experiencing a
“honeymoon effect” with golfers. Food and beverage revenues are also being increased, while other
miscellaneous revenues (e.g., practice range, cart rentals, merchandise) are projected to remain fairly flat.

Expenses for the two-year period are proposed to increase by $624,000. A portion of this change is a result of
increased revenues from golf rounds, and food and beverage (creating additional operational and product cost).
Also, the golf course absorbed some initial start up and service costs in FY 2006 that were not anticipated, or
were under budgeted, but are deemed necessary for ongoing operations. Examples include additional
equipment, furniture and fixtures; an increase in marketing expenses; expanded environmental mitigation
responsibilities; and, the cost of security due to vandalism. For 2006-07, CourseCo is proposing, and staff
supports, an increase in labor costs of $73,000 for a paid marshal program. Marshals patrol the course to
ensure pace of play is maintained, environmentally sensitive areas are not compromised, and to act as
ambassadors for the facility. Callippe Preserve has been operating under a volunteer marshal program, but that
continued practice could subject the City to a challenge that these are actually scheduled employees. Both
CourseCo and staff believe it is prudent to initiate a paid marshal program to eliminate any potential claims.

Because Callippe Preserve has yet to experience a full year of operations, staff will continue to closely monitor
monthly operating results. General Fund reserves set aside for golf course debt service will be closely
monitored to ensure they are sufficient for the next two-year budget cycle (2007-08/2008-09), as required by
policy. The reserves were increased in Mid-Year 2005-06, in part because expenses have increased as
described above, and in part because (similar to the CIP), for budgeting purposes there should be a full year
time lag between the time we receive golf revenue for debt service and the time we budget to use it for actual
debt payments. Like the CIP, this additional time lag will ensure we don’t budget to use revenues we haven’t
actually received.

For budgeting and accounting purposes, the Golf Operating Fund consists of three “sub-funds”.
    x The Golf General Fund Contributed Capital Fund (“Golf GF” for short) reflects the inflow of General
       Fund monies and their uses for items such as cash flow and debt service not paid for from operations.
    x The Golf Operations Fund reflects the revenues and expenditures related to golf operations, and
       reflects only the activities managed by the contract operator.
    x The Golf Replacement Fund reflects annual transfers from the Operations Fund that initially will
       provide for some equipment replacement and turf repairs beyond normal wear, if necessary.




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The table below reflects the 2005-06/2006-07 Golf Operating Fund Budget by each of the three sub-funds.

                                  Golf Operating Fund Budget 2005-06/2006-07


                                                           Golf GF               Golf            Golf
                                                         Contributions         Operations    Replacement        TOTAL


  Beginning Fund Balance                                 $ 1,732,869       $          -      $          -   $ 1,732,869
  General Fund transfer for debt service FY 2006           1,600,000                                          1,600,000
  General Fund transfer for debt service FY 2007              500,000                                           500,000

        Reserved for debt, cash flow & contingency $ 3,832,869             $          -      $          -   $ 3,832,869


  Transfer to 2003 COP debt service FY 2006          (1,593,095)                                              (1,593,095)
  Transfer to 2003 COP debt service FY 2007          (1,592,120)                                              (1,592,120)
                            Debt Service Payments $ (3,185,215)            $          -      $          -   $ (3,185,215)


                Transfer to Operations for cash flow $         (100,000)   $    100,000      $          -   $           -


 2-year Operating budget
  Revenue                                                                   5,828,270                          5,828,270
  Expenditures                                                             (5,131,692)                        (5,131,692)
  Transfers to Replacement                                                    (102,374)           102,374               -
                                          Net Income $                -    $ 594,204        * $   102,374   $    696,578


             Projected Ending Fund Balance 6/30/07 $           547,654     $    694,204      $    102,374   $ 1,344,232



 * The sources of funding for debt service payments in FY2008 and FY2009 will be Adjusted Net Income from FY2006 &
 FY2007 of about $600,000 as shown above; plus about $350,000 from the Golf GF fund balance above (leaving $200,000
 for contingency); and General Fund additional contributions currently held in reserve in the General Fund of $ 2 million.
 Based on these projections, about $200,000 more will be needed to make full debt service payments for those coming
 two years. This $200,000 will likely become available from year-end 2006 surplus. By policy, reserves to pay the debt
 service for FY2008/FY2009 should be accumulated by the spring of 2007.



B. Internal Service Funds for Employee Costs

1. Employee Benefit Fund (EBF)
The EBF accounts for benefit costs including health care premiums, accrued leave, post retirement benefits,
etc. With some exceptions for how LPFD is handled, each operating program is charged its prorated share of
these costs in addition to employee salary costs. The benefit dollars (reflected as revenue to the EBF in the
budget) are then moved to the EBF, and expended from the EBF directly.

Interest income projections for Mid-Year 2005-06 were reduced by $10,000. The projections for Mid-Term
2006-07 were not changed.

For Mid-Year 2005-06, EBF costs are projected to be $369,977 less than originally budgeted due mostly to
reductions in personnel costs reflected in the General Fund and other operating Funds such as Water. For




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Mid-Term 2006-07, EBF costs are projected to increase by $304,224 due mostly to additional personnel costs
related to temporary, limited term and overstaff positions. PERS rates for Mid-Term 2006-07 were less than
staff originally projected for all groups except Police. The net savings for all Funds excluding LPFD was
$375,000. Those savings have been used to increase Retiree Medical contributions to pay down the unfunded
liability for accrued benefits, and therefore have a net zero impact to the EBF. Refer to the following
discussion for more information.

2. The Retiree Medical Reserve Funds
There are two Retiree Medical Reserve Funds, one for LPFD and one for all other employees. These Funds
are being used to accumulate the reserves necessary to fund the obligations for future benefits already accrued
(earned), as well as make current contributions for benefits being accrued. The benefit received applies only
to those employees who retire from the City, and is based on years of service. The benefit is coordinated with
Medicare if/when the retiree becomes Medicare eligible.

A decrease in PERS rates for Fire and Miscellaneous employees provided an opportunity to increase the
funding for these reserve funds above the ongoing annual contribution. The additional increases in reserves
were $200,000 for the LPFD Fund and $375,000 for the fund for all other employees.

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) has developed two new accounting standards that
will change the accounting, financial reporting, and disclosure requirements that governmental entities must
comply with in order to conform to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The GASB is an
organization that promulgates accounting standards for governmental entities. It has no enforcement power,
but failure to follow its standards can lead to qualified audit opinions and can have a negative effect on current
and future bond ratings.

GASB Statement #45 requires that post-retirement benefits such as retiree medical insurance coverage be
valued on an actuarial accrued basis and reflected on annual financial statements, rather than just the current
annual cash outlay for those in retirement receiving the benefit. GASB Statement #43 sets forth the standards
for trusts established to pre-fund the retiree health benefit. The focus of these new standards is to recognize
that the obligation extends to future costs for retirees and represents a future cost for current employees and is
part of the compensation employees earn each year, even though the benefit is not received until employment
has ended. GASB #45 requires public agencies to conduct regular actuarial studies to determine the actuarial
accrued liability for retiree health benefits, to determine the annual cost to fund this liability and to report the
progress made in funding this liability.

For years, Pleasanton has been in the minority among government agencies that provided retiree medical
benefits, by trying to fund the liability on an accrued basis rather than just funding the annual out of pocket
payments. The last actuarial study was done in 2004 and determined the actuarially accrued liability for the
City to be between $43.8 million and $53.4 million depending upon the interest earnings assumption used for
the irrevocable trust. The adjusted 2005-06 and 2006-07 budget contributions would bring the reserve balances
to $36.2 million at June 30, 2007.

The effective dates for GASB #43 and GASB #45 are June 30, 2007, and June 30, 2008, respectively.
Therefore, it is recommended that a GASB #43 & #45 implementation plan be started in 2006-07. The
implementation plan will include contracting with a consulting actuary to update the actuarial liability, review
plan design options that have potential to reduce future expense and/or unfunded liabilities, review options to
establish a dedicated trust fund for plan assets and determine an initial funding strategy. Funding has been in
the Mid-Year 2005-06 budget for $30,000 and an additional $50,000 is being added to Mid-Term 2006-07
budget for this purpose. The cost of implementation is not expected to exceed these amounts. Any funds not
used for contract services will revert to the reserve for retiree medical costs.




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3. The Workers Compensation Funds
The City is self-insured for workers compensation liability through membership in a joint powers authority
(JPA). Claims up to an established limit are paid directly from the City’s Workers Compensation Fund that is
designed to account for and finance liability arising out of workplace injuries. Claims over the established
limit are covered by the JPA’s funding pool. Each member-city contributes an amount to the pool based on
specific criteria, i.e., claim history, size, etc.

Changes to worker’s compensation law over the past five years have increased some costs while decreasing
others. Temporary disability benefits by state mandate were increased in 2002, and by 2006 the maximum
weekly rate will have increased by over 70 percent. Additionally, the costs of individual claims are also
expected to be higher in concert with increased medical and litigation expenses. Further, the State of
California added several “presumptive” medical conditions to the list of compensable injuries for which local
governments must assume liability in certain public safety occupations. Reforms introduced in 2004 and
implemented in 2005 that provide more opportunities for employer cost controls have helped offset these
increases. The full impacts of the reforms are not yet clear and more experience under the new structure is
needed before conclusions about long-term savings are made.

For the year ending June 30, 2005, the City’s costs overall were lower than expected and that trend was
continuing for budget year 2005-06. However, catastrophic injuries sustained by a firefighter in May 2006 will
impact final costs for FY 2005-06 and the total for 2006-07.

LPFD Workers Compensation Fund

Interest earnings projections have not changed from their original projections. The Mid-Term 2006-07 annual
contribution to the Fund by the LPFD Fund has been reduced by $100,000 as a result of expenses being less
than projected in two of the last three years.

C. Other Internal Service Funds
1. Facility Renovation Fund

As was discussed previously on page 13, Facility Renovation accruals (funding charges to the General Fund)
are being increased using one-time revenues/cost savings in Mid-Year 2005-06 to pre-fund $300,000 of the
required contributions in the coming two-year budget cycle (2007-08/2008-09). The one-time revenues are
largely the result of the strong housing resale market in 2005, and will help ensure dollars are available to fund
the next two-year budget cycle without impacting operating programs or CIP contributions.

For Mid-Term 2006-07, staff is requesting $425,000 from the Facility Renovation Fund to upgrade the
dimmer and lighting systems at Amador Theater. The systems, originally installed in the mid 1980s, are
reaching the end of their useful lives. Both systems are antiquated by current standards and if they suddenly
failed, the result could be a three to six month closure of the Theater while replacement systems are designed,
equipment ordered, and installed. Theater renters, City programs and school district uses are generally
planned at least one (1) year in advance, and it would be difficult to find replacement venues on short notice.
A major component of this project is renovating the electrical system, which is very antiquated by today's
standards.

Funding for this project comes from General Fund contingency in Mid-Year 2005-06 of $200,000, and
$200,000 from Mid-Term 2006-07 General Fund net savings. See the discussion regarding replacement and
renovation accruals on page 13 for more information.




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2. Park & Median Renovation Fund

As part of the Quarter 1, 2005-06 financial report to the City Council, and in an effort to simplify the CIP
process, routine projects were moved from the Parks CIP back to the Park & Median Renovation Fund, where
the funding is derived. Going forward, these routine annual replacement/renovations projects will be reflected
in the Operating Budget. The process of projects being reviewed by the Parks and Recreation Commission
will not change.

The Quarter 1 report reflected a total of $2,711,467 in projects that were moved. In addition, $113,750 was
appropriated on November 15, 2005, by the City Council for various Park Renovation projects recommended
by the Parks and Recreation Commission.

For Mid-Year 2005-06, expenditures reflect an increase of $197,000. Adjustments include an appropriation
of $92,000 that was authorized on February 7, 2006, to improve the tennis courts at Pleasanton Middle School,
and an additional $30,000 for the Harvest Park and Walnut Grove Schools frontage improvements.

Tree Trimming Program

An inventory of City maintained trees was conducted in the last few years, which determined the existence of
over 14,500 street and 10,000 park and facility trees. The City’s urban forest is considered a community asset
that helps to define the character and attractiveness of Pleasanton. Since many of these City street trees have
never been professionally pruned, staff is recommending an accelerated work schedule of tree pruning,
removal, and inventory work throughout the City over the next three (3) years. To continue to protect these
valuable assets, it is expected that an ongoing program will be required thereafter. Therefore, staff will be
establishing a recommended annual budget in the Park & Median Renovation Fund as part of the next
Replacement Plan update in the spring of 2007. That expenditure plan will be presented as part of the 2007-
08/2008-09 Operating Budget.

To establish this program, initial funding will be provided through the transfer of $675,000 as part of Mid-
Year 2005-06. These funds are the result of earmarking year-end Parks Division budget balances in the
General Fund contingency account over a number of years specifically for this purpose. In addition, as part of
the Mid-Term 2006-07 budget, $212,000 budgeted for annual tree trimming is being moved from the Parks
Division Budget of the General Fund to the Park & Median Renovation Fund budget. These combined funds
will provide the initial startup for this accelerated pruning program.

After the initial three-year trimming cycle is completed, staff will evaluate tree conditions and recommend
adjustments based on specific tree species, location, and age. It is expected that trimming cycles will vary
from 1 to 7 years, as older, slower growing trees will not require frequent trimming, while faster growing
species and young trees will need attention every 1 to 2 years. It is anticipated that annual pruning costs at that
time would range from $325,000 to $340,000 per year. To provide future funding for this program, the annual
$250,000 tree trimming budget will be reflected in the Renovation Fund instead of the General Fund, with
additional funding phased in starting with the next two-year budget cycle.

3. Art Acquisition Fund
The Mid-Year 2005-06 budget amendments reflect a donation of $40,000. This donation has made it possible
to acquire "Poppies", a life-sized bronze sculpture of a WWII veteran sitting on a bench. The sculpture has
been purchased and is currently being stored by the City until the completion of the renovation of the Veterans
Building. The artwork will be placed at the entrance of this building. A stone bench for the piece has not yet
been acquired but will be part of the project.




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4. Equipment Replacement Fund

The Equipment Replacement Fund had $138,000 budgeted for upgrades to the Amador Theater dimmer and
lighting system. This project was removed in Mid-Year 2005-06 due to the need for more extensive upgrades
to the electrical system. An expanded projected has been added to the Facility Renovation Fund in Mid-Term
2006-07, as was previously discussed.

D. Special Revenue Funds

1. Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department (LPFD)

Budget Status with the City of Livermore and the Joint Powers Authority (JPA) Board

The Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department (LPFD) has a consolidated budget that is administered by the City
of Pleasanton. Traditionally, the LPFD completes a consolidated budget and individual budgets for each city.
The consolidated budget is presented to the Joint Powers Authority (JPA) Board for review and approval
before each city presents their budget to their City Councils. However, each partner city has opposing bi-
annual budget cycles. These opposing cycles require the Fire Department to complete a yearly budget that is
ratified by the JPA. Because Pleasanton is preparing only a Mid-Term update of their two-year budget, their
update process is further along than Livermore’s preparation of their full two-year budget. Therefore, the
2006-07 LPFD budget has not been presented to or approved by the JPA as of the time of this writing. As a
result the figures in this publication are estimates.

Mid-Year 2005-06

Mid-Year 2005-06 budget adjustments resulted in minimal changes. Overall, staff is recommending a net
decrease of $83,658 to the LPFD budget for 2005-06. Net personnel costs reflect a decrease of $146,290 and
are mostly due to salary savings due to vacancies (net of increased overtime costs to fill those vacancies) and
vacant positions filled at lower rates than originally funded. Non-personnel costs are being increased by
$62,632. This increase is due mostly to an increase of $76,928 in general liability insurance premiums; and is
offset by a net decrease of $14,296 in several other accounts.

The cost share formula for the Fire Prevention Bureau is based on the number of new construction inspections
for each city. The new construction permit category is defined as a project with a permit for entirely new
construction. This permit category also includes tenant improvements. As a result of Pleasanton having more
inspections this year including major tenant improvements in Hacienda, its share of costs was adjusted higher
by about $73,700 in the Mid-Year update.

Mid-Term 2006-07

Mid-Term budget adjustments also resulted in minimal changes. Overall, staff is recommending a net decrease
of $55,464 to the LPFD budget for 2006-07.

The budget includes additional funding for a transition from Division Chiefs to Battalion Chiefs. The
retirement of 3 of the 4 Division Chiefs in Fiscal-Year 2005-06 presented the appropriate opportunity to
transition from Division Chiefs to Battalion Chiefs. This change in classification and the corresponding change
in deployments from a modified 40-hour staffing model to an around the clock, seven days per week staffing
model will improve line staff supervision and response to emergency incidents with a minimal increase in
staffing costs. The net cost of this change is projected to be $14,396. In total, net personnel costs are going
down by $167,718 due mostly a $100,000 one-time reduction in Workers’ Comp funding (due to costs coming
in under budget in the last few years), and vacant positions filled at lower rates than originally funded.



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Non-personnel costs are being increased by $112,254. This increase is due mostly to a projected increase of
$94,993 in general liability insurance premiums; a projected increase of $15,000 in cell phone costs which is
partially offset by a decrease in pager costs of $6,000. This savings was generated due to the finalization of
the communicator project. This communicator provides an alternative emergency staffing notification method
and allows for a reduction in pager assignments.

The original LPFD 2006-07 budget provided for an annual retiree medical fund contribution of $1.2 million.
However, PERS retirement rates for 2006-07 are lower than previous projections, resulting in about a
$200,000 savings compared to the original budget. Staff is recommending in the proposed budget to use those
PERS savings to increase the annual contribution to the Retiree Medical reserve from $1.2 million to $1.4
million, which will bring the projected June 30, 2007 reserves to about $10.9 million.

2. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other Housing Funds

The City will receive $287,563 in CDBG grant funds for 2006-07 and City Council adopted allocations of this
amount at the meeting of April 18, 2006. At the same time, Council approved the use of $66,500 in Lower
Income Housing Funds to augment the grant program in 2006-07. Details of the approved allocations are
shown in Attachment B at the end of this section.

Beginning with the Mid-Year 2005-06 update, staff changed the methodology for projecting Lower Income
Housing fees to closer conform to the approach used in the CIP where there is a delay between the estimated
collection date and when it is projected in the budget. Accordingly, 2005-06 fee projections were lowered by
$2.87 million to reflect only the $800,000 of fees already in hand, and 2006-07 projections were lowered by
$747,000 to reflect the remaining fees projected to be received in calendar year 2006. The State HELP loan of
$1.5 million for the assisted living project is being reflected as an increase to the Mid-Term 2006-07 revenue
projections, and interest earnings are being increased by $125,000 at Mid-Year 2005-06 and $100,000 for
Mid-Term 2006-07.

The City is also eligible for $163,343 in federal HOME (HOME Investment Partnership Program) grant funds.
These funds provide flexible funding to states and local governments for affordable housing projects and
activities for low-income households. A total of $3,000 has been appropriated for housing program
administration costs, with the remaining amount added to the 2006-07 budget as a lump sum appropriation,
but without specific allocations being recommended at this time.

3. Landscape and Lighting District Funds

The budgets were increased for several of the Districts as part of Mid-Year 2005-06 to do some needed
renovations such as replantings, fence repairs, etc. In all cases, the fund balances were adequate to support
these added costs.

E. Other Funds

The 2003 Certificates of Participation (COP) debt service fund accounts for the refinancing of the Senior
Center and the financing of the Callippe Preserve golf course and open space project. The debt is backed by
the General Fund, although it is expected that over time the golf course will produce sufficient revenues to pay
its share of the debt service. Furthermore, it is hoped that when the golf course is able to generate sufficient
revenues to cover full debt service, the City will be able to refinance the debt so that golf revenues can be
pledged as security for the bonds, thereby removing the General Fund backing. In the short-term, however,
the majority of funding for the golf debt service payments will be provided by the General Fund. In
accordance with the Golf Enterprise Financial Policies adopted last September 2005, a reserve has been




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  established in the General Fund to accumulate sufficient funding to cover the projected subsidy required for
  golf debt service payments at least one full two-year budget cycle in advance.

  About $398,000 will be transferred from the Miscellaneous CIP to pay the Senior Center portion of the 2003
  COP debt service in 2006-07.

  The 2004 Certificates of Participation debt service fund accounts for the refinancing of the 1994 Series B
  Bonds. The prior bonds were issued to finance various City facilities including the construction of the
  Operations Service Center in 1988 and the purchase of the City’s administration building at 123 Main Street in
  1987. The debt service was previously shown on the Pleasanton Joint Powers Financing Authority (PJPFA)
  books, and was moved to the City’s books at the end of FY 2005, similar to the previous discussion regarding
  Water and Sewer debt. Accordingly, the Mid-Term 2006-07 budget reflects this change. About $558,000
  will be transferred from the Miscellaneous CIP to pay the debt service in 2006-07.

III. CONCLUSION
  Overall, the City of Pleasanton remains in a strong financial position. The financial planning we have done
  over the last few years in building up our capital project reserves has proven to be key in funding a number of
  high priority capital projects. The planned use of these capital project reserves will allow the completion of
  the funding plan for the design and construction of the Veterans Memorial Building Renovation, Phase I
  Bernal Sports Field, Alviso Adobe Community Park, and the Firehouse Arts Center. In addition, General
  Fund revenues for Fiscal-Year 2005-06 are expected to be in excess of the original budget estimates for 2005-
  06. It is recommended that these additional revenues be used strategically over the next few years, to add
  limited term staffing to bring these high priority capital projects to completion, increase reserves consistent
  with adopted policies, and plan for our financial future.

  As City Manager, one of my goals is to ensure the long-term fiscal health of the City. To that end, I will be
  updating the long-range forecast to provide a look at how we might expect revenues to grow as we approach
  build out and the importance of containing costs. In addition to long range planning, we will begin to place a
  greater emphasis on the need for economic sustainability activities and identify opportunities which may exist
  that will allow the City of Pleasanton to maintain, if not enhance, the competitive advantage in the regional
  economy it now enjoys.

  Attachments to Section I:
     A: Pleasanton Community Grant Program, FY 2006-07
     B: City of Pleasanton Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program




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                                                 ATTACHMENT A
                         Pleasanton Community Grant Program FY 2006-07
CIVIC ARTS
                                                                                                               Commission
#                    Agency                                              Project
                                                                                                            Recommendations
1    Harmony Crossroads                       Chorus Development Project                                            $3,000
2    Pleasanton Art League                    Art Is For Everyone                                                    7,000
3    Pleasanton Community Concert Band        Program and Community Awareness Enrichment                             7,500
4    Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council         Arts in the School                                                     3,500
5    Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council         Sixth Annual Pleasanton Poetry , Prose and Arts Festival               4,000
6    Valley Concert Chorale                   Concert Enhancements                                                   7,500
       Subtotal Civic Arts                                                                                          32,500
           Total FY 2006-07 Allocated Funds                                                                         40,000
             Balance                                                                                                $7,500

HUMAN SERVICES
                                                                                                               Commission
#                    Agency                                              Project
                                                                                                            Recommendations
7 Axis Community Health                       Primary Care Medical Services for Indigent Residents                 $18,321
8 Axis Community Health                       Refurbishment of Behavioral Health Client Services Building            6,000
9 Bay Area Community Services                 Valley Creative Living Center                                              0
10 Child Abuse Prevention Agency (CAPA) Child Abuse Prevention Workshops for PUSD                                    2,500
     Community Resources for Independent
11                                            Pleasanton Health Care Access                                          5,000
     Living (CRIL)
12   East Bay Innovation                      Independent Living Support                                             5,000
13   Open Heart Kitchen                       Pleasanton Hot Meal Program at Trinity Church                          6,750
14   Open Heart Kitchen                       Pleasanton Senior Hot Meal Service                                    15,000
15   Spectrum Community Services              Meals On Wheels for Pleasanton Residents                               2,829
16   Tri Cities Health Center                 East County HIV Client Services Advocacy                              10,000
17   Tri-City Homeless Coalition              Tri-Valley Housing Program                                            11,200
18   Tri Valley Haven                         Counseling and Restraining Order Services                              9,400
19   Tri Valley Haven                         Food Pantry                                                            9,000
20   Tri Valley Haven                         HOPE (Homeless Outreach for People Empowerment)                       12,000
21   Tri Valley Haven                         Sojourner Homeless Services                                           15,000
22 ValleyCare Health System                   Linking Information for Children with Special Needs (Links)            2,000
      Subtotal Human Services                                                                                      130,000
       Total FY 2006-07 Allocated Funds                                                                            130,000
            Balance                                                                                                     $0

YOUTH
                                                                                                               Commission
#                    Agency                                              Project
                                                                                                            Recommendations
23 Easter Seals of the East Bay               Kaleidoscope After Schol Program                                      $7,500
24 Partners in Golf                           Junior Golf/Life Skills Programs                                           0

   Riches By Design Money Matters
   Network, Incorporated, and Alpha Kapp      Cultural, Educational Events/Workshops and Financial Teen
25                                                                                                                       0
   Alpha Sorority, In. Rho Upsilon Omega      Summit
   Chapter - Mentoring Program

      Subtotal Youth                                                                                                 7,500
       Total FY 2006-07 Allocated Funds                                                                             20,000
            Balance                                                                                                $12,500
     FY 2006-07 Grand Total City Grant Allocation                                                                 $190,000
     Total Commission Recommended Funds                                                                           $170,000
     BALANCE                                                                                                       $20,000
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                                                    ATTACHMENT B
                      City of Pleasanton CDBG Funding Allocation for FY 2006-07
CAPITAL/REHABILITATION

             Agency                                                        Project                                             Amount

                               Construction of Women's Health Center at Railroad site by converting a 1,400 sq ft
Axis Community Health                                                                                                      $ 100,000
                               office space into four examination room obstetrical suite
                               Replacement of old, failing phone system to provide consistent service, voicemail for
Tri-Valley Haven                                                                                                                20,300
                               all buildings, and extensions for all employees.
                               Provide grants to address small repairs and accessibility and loans to address larger
Neighborhood Solutions                                                                                                          26,608
                               projects such as roofs, window, and minor remodels.
Pleasanton Gardens             Repair of driveway and parking through asphalt repair and slurry coat.                            7,200
                               Tri Valley Housing Scholarship Program (provides rental assistance and case
Tri-City Homeless Coalition                                                                                                     12,000
                               management)
                               Section 108 loan repayment
Sojourner House                                                                                                                 20,808
                               to City of Livermore

PUBLIC SERVICES
             Agency                                                        Project                                             Amount


Bay Area Community Services Provide support services through monitoring and courses in skill building, including job
                                                                                                                                 5,000
(BACS)                      search and skills, money management, with a focus on independence.
                              Bilingual Mental Health Consultant (provide bilingual mental health services to
CAPE, Inc.                                                                                                                       5,000
                              Spanish speaking children 0-5 years of age.)
                              Community Inclusion Group (provides young adults volunteer/ employment,
Easter Seals Bay Area                                                                                                            5,000
                              recreation/leisure, and post secondary education opportunities.)
Senior Support Program of the Alzheimer Support and Case Management (provides in home counseling and support
                                                                                                                                10,000
Tri-Valley                    for seniors dealing with Alzheimer.)
                              Congregate meals for seniors delivering hot meals to seniors at the Pleasanton Senior
Spectrum Community Services                                                                                                     13,134
                              Center.
                               Housing Counseling Services (to include Fair Housing Counseling and Investigation,
ECHO Housing, Inc.                                                                                                               5,000
                               Tenant/Landlord Counseling, General Home seeking, and Rental Assistance.)
SUBTOTAL                                                                                                                   $ 230,050
CITY ADMINISTRATION                                                                                                        $ 57,513
TOTAL                                                                                                                        $287,563


                                                 Other Funding Sources

City Housing Funds
             Agency                                                        Project                                             Amount

Community Resources for        Provide support services through assisting with housing, community education,
                                                                                                                           $     9,500
Independent Living (CRIL)      linkage of services and advocacy for persons with disabilities.
                               Housing Counseling Services (to include Fair Housing Counseling and Investigation,
ECHO Housing, Inc.                                                                                                              42,000
                               Tenant/Landlord Counseling, General Home seeking, and Rental Assistance.)

                               Reverse Mortgage Counseling for seniors (reverse mortgage allows older persons to
ECHO Housing, Inc.                                                                                                              15,000
                               convert their equity into cash until death or permanent relocation from the home.)
TOTAL                                                                                                                      $    66,500


TENTATIVE ALLOCATIONS FOR FY 2007-08 FUNDING (CAPITAL / REHAB):
             Agency                                                        Project                                             Amount

                               Construction of Women's Health Center at Railroad site by converting a 1,400 sq ft office
Axis Community Health                                                                                                      $     162,142
                               space into four examination room obstetrical suite
Pleasanton Gardens             Preservation of buildings through exterior painting.                                           16,000
TOTAL                                                                                                                      $ 178,142
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OPERATING BUDGET


     TABLES
       2005-06/2006-07
      Operating Budget
Mid-Year and Mid-Term Review


 Estimated Changes in Fund Balance
x   Original Budget 2005-06
x   Adopted Amendments
x   Mid-Year Amendments
x   Adjusted Budget 2005-06
x   Original Budget 2006-07
x   Mid-Term Amendments
x   Adjusted Budget 2006-07




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                                          2005-06 OPERATING BUDGET
                                 ESTIMATED CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES (Original)
                                             PROJECTED       PROJECTED      PROJECTED NET       PROPOSED        NET          PROJECTED
                                             JUNE 30, 2005    REVENUE         TRANSFERS       EXPENDITURES    INCOME         JUNE 30, 2006
GENERAL FUND                                  $14,954,607     $81,919,570      ($6,700,000)     $76,839,570   ($1,620,000)    $13,334,607
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
 Storm Drain Operating Fund                        639,065       667,126           100,000          920,058     (152,932)          486,133
 Golf Course Operating Fund                      1,732,869                       1,600,000                     1,600,000         3,332,869
 Water Operating Fund                            8,676,887     17,722,942       (2,335,138)      14,463,239      924,565         9,601,452
 Sewer Operating Fund                            3,687,314     10,956,190       (1,441,157)       9,801,996     (286,963)        3,400,351
                     Enterprise Funds         $14,736,135     $29,346,258      ($2,076,295)     $25,185,293   $2,084,670      $16,820,805
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
 Employee Benefit Fund                            279,259      20,509,851                        20,759,851     (250,000)          29,259
 LPFD Replacement                                 210,464          84,829                            81,000        3,829          214,293
 Public Art Acquisition Fund                      143,591          44,500                             5,000       39,500          183,091
 Public Art Maintenance Fund                       20,436          10,400                            10,000          400           20,836
 Vehicle Replacement Fund                       1,726,798         379,172                           407,000      (27,828)       1,698,970
 Equipment Replacement Fund                     2,174,591         520,924                           411,500      109,424        2,284,015
 Facilities Renovation Fund                     1,709,903          55,672                           636,200     (580,528)       1,129,375
 IT Replacement Fund                            1,967,812         470,212                           473,100       (2,888)       1,964,924
 Pleas Fire Apparatus Replacement               1,275,988          51,040                                         51,040        1,327,028
 Police Vehicle Replacement Fund                  610,883          41,153                           229,000     (187,847)         423,036
 Park & Median Renovation Fund                  3,388,919         133,236                                        133,236        3,522,155
 Street Light Replacement Fund                  1,225,999          60,016                           206,000     (145,984)       1,080,015
 Traffic Signal Replacement Fund                  732,084          23,103                           309,000     (285,897)         446,187
 LPFD Retirees Medical Reserve                  8,173,431       1,460,000                           210,000    1,250,000        9,423,431
 Workers Compensation Fund                      1,285,865         718,100                           942,000     (223,900)       1,061,965
 Self-Insurance Retention Fund                  8,595,667       1,240,000                           926,000      314,000        8,909,667
 LPFD Workers Comp Fund                         1,117,429         820,933                           793,000       27,933        1,145,362
 Retirees Medical Reserve Fund                 19,524,717       3,275,000                           710,000    2,565,000       22,089,717
               Internal Service Funds         $54,163,836     $29,898,141              $0       $27,108,651   $2,789,490      $56,953,326
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
 DARE Fund                                        $17,542          4,200                              6,000       (1,800)          15,742
 Asset Forfeiture Fund                             59,144            500                             35,800      (35,300)          23,844
 Downtown Parking Fund                            215,266          6,000                                           6,000          221,266
 Recycling & Waste Mgmt. Fund                   1,311,211        307,600                            794,400     (486,800)         824,411
 Sr Center Donations Fund                           5,808                                             1,500       (1,500)           4,308
 Miscellaneous Donations Fund                      58,610            500                                             500           59,110
 Youth Master Plan Fund                             1,965                                                              0            1,965
 Downtown Economic Devel Loan Fund                 22,165                          (10,000)                      (10,000)          12,165
 Lower Income Housing Fund                     10,118,196       3,098,200                           364,367    2,733,833       12,852,029
 Ridgeview Mortgage Fund                          380,918           6,000                                          6,000          386,918
 Livermore-Pleas Fire Department                        0      24,922,267                        24,922,267            0                0
 Used Oil Grant Fund                                    0          45,649                            45,649            0                0
 Law Enforcement                                        0                                                              0                0
 Misc. Federal Block Grant                              0                                                              0                0
 Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                   6,986         13,000                             11,400        1,600            8,586
 Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District            279,807         37,107                             12,803       24,304          304,111
 Ponderosa Landscape District                      66,971         16,320                             14,150        2,170           69,141
 Windsor Landscape District                        25,044         24,200                             22,300        1,900           26,944
 Moller Geologic Hazard Dist                       45,540          9,389                              7,900        1,489           47,029
 Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard Dist                16,469         12,834                              8,900        3,934           20,403
 Bonde Landscape District                          86,409         27,353                             24,495        2,858           89,267
 Moller Ranch Landscape District                  138,675         59,022                             59,285         (263)         138,412
 Ridgeview Commons Housing                         24,677          3,100                              2,400          700           25,377
 Oak Tree Farm Landscape Dist                      28,649         18,366                             17,895          471           29,120
 Community Develop Block Grant                          0        321,586           10,000           331,586            0                0
 HOME Program Fund                                      0         57,237                             57,237            0                0
 HBPOA Maint District                                   0         75,000                             75,000            0                0
 Abandoned Vehicle                                168,777         29,000                             12,000       17,000          185,777
 Urban Forestry Fund                              102,962          2,000                             15,450      (13,450)          89,512
 Library Donations Fund                             4,554                                                              0            4,554
               Special Revenue Funds          $13,186,345     $29,096,430              $0       $26,842,784   $2,253,646      $15,439,991
OTHER FUNDS
 2003 & 2004 Certificates of Participation          18,341                      1,986,115         1,986,115             0           18,341
 PTCWD #3 Trust Fund                               522,223          8,000                            27,300       (19,300)         502,923
                    Other Funds                  $540,564          $8,000      $1,986,115        $2,013,415     ($19,300)        $521,264
       TOTAL - ALL FUNDS                      $97,581,487    $170,268,399      ($6,790,180)    $157,989,713   $5,488,506     $103,069,993
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                                 2005-06 OPERATING BUDGET
              ESTIMATED CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES (Adopted Amendments & Carryovers)
                                             PROJECTED        PROJECTED        PROJECTED NET       PROPOSED         NET          PROJECTED
                                             JUNE 30, 2005     REVENUE           TRANSFERS       EXPENDITURES     INCOME         JUNE 30, 2006
GENERAL FUND                                   $7,849,420        $318,175                 $0        $4,177,595    ($3,859,420)     $3,990,000
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
 Storm Drain Operating Fund                          9,400             -                  -              9,100         (9,100)             300
 Golf Course Operating Fund                              0             -           (1,593,095)             -       (1,593,095)      (1,593,095)
 Water Operating Fund                              838,988             -              727,706        1,145,669       (417,963)         421,025
 Sewer Operating Fund                              268,690             -              642,472          661,169        (18,697)         249,993
                         Utility Funds         $1,117,078                 $0       ($222,917)       $1,815,938    ($2,038,855)       ($921,777)
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
 Employee Benefit Fund                             166,440            -                  -                 -                0          166,440
 LPFD Replacement                                   13,932            -                  -                 -                0           13,932
 Public Art Acquisition Fund                         1,195            -                  -                 -                0            1,195
 Public Art Maintenance Fund                         2,270            -                  -                 -                0            2,270
 Vehicle Replacement Fund                            7,079            -                  -                 -                0            7,079
 Equipment Replacement Fund                        274,374            -                  -             254,503       (254,503)          19,871
 Facilities Renovation Fund                        771,898            -                  -             759,620       (759,620)          12,278
 IT Replacement Fund                             1,373,473         29,919                -           1,388,898     (1,358,979)          14,494
 Pleas Fire Apparatus Replacement                   74,421            -                  -                 -                0           74,421
 Police Vehicle Replacement Fund                   111,292            -                  -              97,771        (97,771)          13,521
 Park & Median Renovation Fund                      83,847            -            2,931,697         2,821,278        110,419          194,266
 Street Light Replacement Fund                     207,202            -                  -             200,000       (200,000)           7,202
 Traffic Signal Replacement Fund                    13,210            -                  -               8,543         (8,543)           4,667
 LPFD Retirees Medical Reserve                      44,575            -                  -                 -                0           44,575
 Workers Compensation Fund                         446,200            -                  -                 -                0          446,200
 Self-Insurance Retention Fund                     500,597            -                  -                 -                0          500,597
 LPFD Workers Comp Fund                            320,965            -                  -                 -                0          320,965
 Retirees Medical Reserve Fund                     108,048            -                  -                 -                0          108,048
               Internal Service Funds          $4,521,018         $29,919         $2,931,697        $5,530,613    ($2,568,997)     $1,952,021
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
 DARE Fund                                           6,013             -                  -                -                0            6,013
 Asset Forfeiture Fund                               6,303             -                  -                -                0            6,303
 Downtown Parking Fund                                 894             -                  -                -                0              894
 Recycling & Waste Mgmt. Fund                      715,229          31,500                -            679,510       (648,010)          67,219
 Sr Center Donations Fund                               (1)            -                  -                -                0               (1)
 Miscellaneous Donations Fund                       10,841             -                  -                -                0           10,841
 Youth Master Plan Fund                                 14             -                  -                -                0               14
 Downtown Economic Devel Loan Fund                     155             -                  -                -                0              155
 Lower Income Housing Fund                       1,114,900       1,216,187                -          2,013,329       (797,142)         317,758
 Ridgeview Mortgage Fund                             2,683             -                  -                -                0            2,683
 Livermore-Pleas Fire Department                    98,668         101,332                -            200,000        (98,668)               0
 Used Oil Grant Fund                                 2,257             -                  -                -                0            2,257
 Law Enforcement                                    94,038             -                  -             94,038        (94,038)               0
 Misc. Federal Block Grant                               0         318,175                -            318,175              0                0
 Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                   11,430             -                  -                -                0           11,430
 Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District               9,675             -                  -                -                0            9,675
 Ponderosa Landscape District                        3,482             -                  -                -                0            3,482
 Windsor Landscape District                          1,708             -                  -                -                0            1,708
 Moller Geologic Hazard Dist                         5,290             -                  -                -                0            5,290
 Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard Dist                 (3,229)            -                  -                -                0           (3,229)
 Bonde Landscape District                            2,634             -                  -                -                0            2,634
 Moller Ranch Landscape District                     5,944             -                  -                -                0            5,944
 Ridgeview Commons Housing                          11,002             -                  -                -                0           11,002
 Oak Tree Farm Landscape Dist                       (1,712)            -                  -                -                0           (1,712)
 Community Develop Block Grant                           0         258,817                -            258,817              0                0
 HOME Program Fund                                       0             -                  -                -                0                0
 HBPOA Maint District                                    0             -                  -                -                0                0
 Abandoned Vehicle                                   2,908             -                  -                -                0            2,908
 Urban Forestry Fund                                 6,939             -                  -                400           (400)           6,539
 Library Donations Fund                              9,138             -                  -              9,048         (9,048)              90
               Special Revenue Funds           $2,117,203       $1,926,011                $0        $3,573,317    ($1,647,306)       $469,897
OTHER FUNDS
 2003 & 2004 Certificates of Participation         402,694             -             583,775           583,775              0          402,694
 PTCWD #3 Trust Fund                                18,158             -                 -                 -                0           18,158
                            Other Funds          $420,852                 $0        $583,775          $583,775             $0        $420,852
       TOTAL - ALL FUNDS                      $16,025,571       $2,274,105        $3,292,555       $15,681,238   ($10,114,578)     $5,910,993
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                                    2005-06 OPERATING BUDGET
                      ESTIMATED CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES (Mid-Year Amendments)
                                             PROJECTED       PROJECTED       PROJECTED NET     PROPOSED         NET          PROJECTED
                                             JUNE 30, 2005    REVENUE          TRANSFERS     EXPENDITURES     INCOME         JUNE 30, 2006
GENERAL FUND                                                   $2,299,515                         $229,700    $2,069,815       $2,069,815
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
 Storm Drain Operating Fund                                        (2,791)                         (29,688)       26,897           26,897
 Golf Course Operating Fund                                     2,407,430                        2,030,229       377,201          377,201
 Water Operating Fund                             459,787      (1,318,793)                        (733,684)     (585,109)        (125,322)
 Sewer Operating Fund                             666,230          50,000                           77,104       (27,104)         639,126
                         Utility Funds         $1,126,017      $1,135,846              $0       $1,343,961     ($208,115)        $917,902
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
 Employee Benefit Fund                                           (379,977)                        (369,977)      (10,000)         (10,000)
 LPFD Replacement                                                   4,530                                          4,530            4,530
 Public Art Acquisition Fund                                       42,000                           40,000         2,000            2,000
 Public Art Maintenance Fund                                          400                                            400              400
 Vehicle Replacement Fund                                         (10,000)                                       (10,000)         (10,000)
 Equipment Replacement Fund                                        (7,202)                        (138,000)      130,798          130,798
 Facilities Renovation Fund                                     1,275,000                           84,500     1,190,500        1,190,500
 IT Replacement Fund                                               10,000                                         10,000           10,000
 Pleas Fire Apparatus Replacement                                 (10,000)                                       (10,000)         (10,000)
 Police Vehicle Replacement Fund                                   21,988                                         21,988           21,988
 Park & Median Renovation Fund                                    952,000           75,000         197,000       830,000          830,000
 Street Light Replacement Fund                                                                                         0                0
 Traffic Signal Replacement Fund                                                                                       0                0
 LPFD Retirees Medical Reserve                                     10,000                                         10,000           10,000
 Workers Compensation Fund                                         41,714                                         41,714           41,714
 Self-Insurance Retention Fund                                     23,940                                         23,940           23,940
 LPFD Workers Comp Fund                                                                                                0                0
 Retirees Medical Reserve Fund                                     25,000                                         25,000           25,000
               Internal Service Funds                   $0     $1,999,393          $75,000       ($186,477)   $2,260,870       $2,260,870
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
 DARE Fund                                                          3,368                                           3,368           3,368
 Asset Forfeiture Fund                                             37,040                            8,991         28,049          28,049
 Downtown Parking Fund                                                                                                  0               0
 Recycling & Waste Mgmt. Fund                                      38,353                           58,353        (20,000)        (20,000)
 Sr Center Donations Fund                                             555                                             555             555
 Miscellaneous Donations Fund                                       2,300                            3,558         (1,258)         (1,258)
 Youth Master Plan Fund                                                50                                              50              50
 Downtown Economic Devel Loan Fund                                    500                                             500             500
 Lower Income Housing Fund                                     (1,229,387)                       1,438,164     (2,667,551)     (2,667,551)
 Ridgeview Mortgage Fund                                            4,000                                           4,000           4,000
 Livermore-Pleas Fire Department                                  (83,658)                         (83,658)             0               0
 Used Oil Grant Fund                                               43,470                           43,470              0               0
 Law Enforcement                                                  103,000                          103,000              0               0
 Misc. Federal Block Grant                                                                                              0               0
 Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                                  (6,470)                                         (6,470)         (6,470)
 Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District                              3,007                                           3,007           3,007
 Ponderosa Landscape District                                         600                            5,500         (4,900)         (4,900)
 Windsor Landscape District                                                                         25,500        (25,500)        (25,500)
 Moller Geologic Hazard Dist                                          400                                             400             400
 Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard Dist                                (3,000)                                         (3,000)         (3,000)
 Bonde Landscape District                                             300                           32,500        (32,200)        (32,200)
 Moller Ranch Landscape District                                      800                           12,500        (11,700)        (11,700)
 Ridgeview Commons Housing                                            900                            4,200         (3,300)         (3,300)
 Oak Tree Farm Landscape Dist                                         200                            3,000         (2,800)         (2,800)
 Community Develop Block Grant                                                                                          0               0
 HOME Program Fund                                                                                                      0               0
 HBPOA Maint District                                                                                                   0               0
 Abandoned Vehicle                                                 2,000                                            2,000           2,000
 Urban Forestry Fund                                             130,236                             6,550        123,686         123,686
 Library Donations Fund                                                                                                 0               0
               Special Revenue Funds                    $0     ($951,436)              $0       $1,661,628    ($2,613,064)    ($2,613,064)
OTHER FUNDS
 2003 & 2004 Certificates of Participation                        13,707                                           13,707           13,707
 PTCWD #3 Trust Fund                                              (2,233)                            8,450        (10,683)         (10,683)
                    Other Funds                         $0       $11,474               $0           $8,450         $3,024           $3,024
       TOTAL - ALL FUNDS                       $1,126,017      $4,494,792          $75,000      $3,057,262    $1,512,530       $2,638,547
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                                 ESTIMATED CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES (Adjusted)
                                             PROJECTED       PROJECTED      PROJECTED NET       PROPOSED        NET          PROJECTED
                                             JUNE 30, 2005    REVENUE         TRANSFERS       EXPENDITURES    INCOME         JUNE 30, 2006
GENERAL FUND                                  $22,804,027     $84,537,260      ($6,700,000)     $81,246,865   ($3,409,605)    $19,394,422
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
 Storm Drain Operating Fund                        648,465        664,335          100,000          899,470     (135,135)          513,330
 Golf Course Operating Fund                      1,732,869      2,407,430            6,905        2,030,229      384,106         2,116,975
 Water Operating Fund                            9,975,662     16,404,149       (1,607,432)      14,875,224      (78,507)        9,897,155
 Sewer Operating Fund                            4,622,234     11,006,190         (798,685)      10,540,269     (332,764)        4,289,470
                         Utility Funds        $16,979,230     $30,482,104      ($2,299,212)     $28,345,192    ($162,300)     $16,816,930
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
 Employee Benefit Fund                            445,699      20,129,874               0        20,389,874      (260,000)        185,699
 LPFD Replacement                                 224,396          89,359               0            81,000         8,359         232,755
 Public Art Acquisition Fund                      144,786          86,500               0            45,000        41,500         186,286
 Public Art Maintenance Fund                       22,706          10,800               0            10,000           800          23,506
 Vehicle Replacement Fund                       1,733,877         369,172               0           407,000       (37,828)      1,696,049
 Equipment Replacement Fund                     2,448,965         513,722               0           528,003       (14,281)      2,434,684
 Facilities Renovation Fund                     2,481,801       1,330,672               0         1,480,320      (149,648)      2,332,153
 IT Replacement Fund                            3,341,285         510,131               0         1,861,998    (1,351,867)      1,989,418
 Pleas Fire Apparatus Replacement               1,350,409          41,040               0                 0        41,040       1,391,449
 Police Vehicle Replacement Fund                  722,175          63,141               0           326,771      (263,630)        458,545
 Park & Median Renovation Fund                  3,472,766       1,085,236       3,006,697         3,018,278     1,073,655       4,546,421
 Street Light Replacement Fund                  1,433,201          60,016               0           406,000      (345,984)      1,087,217
 Traffic Signal Replacement Fund                  745,294          23,103               0           317,543      (294,440)        450,854
 LPFD Retirees Medical Reserve                  8,218,006       1,470,000               0           210,000     1,260,000       9,478,006
 Workers Compensation Fund                      1,732,065         759,814               0           942,000      (182,186)      1,549,879
 Self-Insurance Retention Fund                  9,096,264       1,263,940               0           926,000       337,940       9,434,204
 LPFD Workers Comp Fund                         1,438,394         820,933               0           793,000        27,933       1,466,327
 Retirees Medical Reserve Fund                 19,632,765       3,300,000               0           710,000     2,590,000      22,222,765
               Internal Service Funds         $58,684,854     $31,927,453      $3,006,697       $32,452,787   $2,481,363      $61,166,217
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
 DARE Fund                                         23,555           7,568                0            6,000         1,568          25,123
 Asset Forfeiture Fund                             65,447          37,540                0           44,791        (7,251)         58,196
 Downtown Parking Fund                            216,160           6,000                0                0         6,000         222,160
 Recycling & Waste Mgmt. Fund                   2,026,440         377,453                0        1,532,263    (1,154,810)        871,630
 Sr Center Donations Fund                           5,807             555                0            1,500          (945)          4,862
 Miscellaneous Donations Fund                      69,451           2,800                0            3,558          (758)         68,693
 Youth Master Plan Fund                             1,979              50                0                0            50           2,029
 Downtown Economic Devel Loan Fund                 22,320             500          (10,000)               0        (9,500)         12,820
 Lower Income Housing Fund                     11,233,096       3,085,000                0        3,815,860      (730,860)     10,502,236
 Ridgeview Mortgage Fund                          383,601          10,000                0                0        10,000         393,601
 Livermore-Pleas Fire Department                   98,668      24,939,941                0       25,038,609       (98,668)              0
 Used Oil Grant Fund                                2,257          89,119                0           89,119             0           2,257
 Law Enforcement                                   94,038         103,000                0          197,038       (94,038)              0
 Misc. Federal Block Grant                              0         318,175                0          318,175             0               0
 Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                  18,416           6,530                0           11,400        (4,870)         13,546
 Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District            289,482          40,114                0           12,803        27,311         316,793
 Ponderosa Landscape District                      70,453          16,920                0           19,650        (2,730)         67,723
 Windsor Landscape District                        26,752          24,200                0           47,800       (23,600)          3,152
 Moller Geologic Hazard Dist                       50,830           9,789                0            7,900         1,889          52,719
 Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard Dist                13,240           9,834                0            8,900           934          14,174
 Bonde Landscape District                          89,043          27,653                0           56,995       (29,342)         59,701
 Moller Ranch Landscape District                  144,619          59,822                0           71,785       (11,963)        132,656
 Ridgeview Commons Housing                         35,679           4,000                0            6,600        (2,600)         33,079
 Oak Tree Farm Landscape Dist                      26,937          18,566                0           20,895        (2,329)         24,608
 Community Develop Block Grant                          0         580,403           10,000          590,403             0               0
 HOME Program Fund                                      0          57,237                0           57,237             0               0
 HBPOA Maint District                                   0          75,000                0           75,000             0               0
 Abandoned Vehicle                                171,685          31,000                0           12,000        19,000         190,685
 Urban Forestry Fund                              109,901         132,236                0           22,400       109,836         219,737
 Library Donations Fund                            13,692               0                0            9,048        (9,048)          4,644
               Special Revenue Funds          $15,303,548     $30,071,005              $0       $32,077,729   ($2,006,724)    $13,296,824
OTHER FUNDS
 2003 & 2004 Certificates of Participation       $421,035         13,707        2,569,890         2,569,890       13,707          434,742
 PTCWD #3 Trust Fund                             $540,381          5,767                0            35,750      (29,983)         510,398
                            Other Funds          $961,416        $19,474       $2,569,890        $2,605,640     ($16,276)        $945,140
       TOTAL - ALL FUNDS                     $114,733,075    $177,037,296      ($3,422,625)    $176,728,213   ($3,113,542)   $111,619,533
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                                 ESTIMATED CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES (Original)
                                             PROJECTED       PROJECTED      PROJECTED NET       PROPOSED        NET          PROJECTED
                                             JUNE 30, 2006    REVENUE         TRANSFERS       EXPENDITURES    INCOME         JUNE 30, 2007
GENERAL FUND                                  $13,334,607     $89,192,776      ($5,100,000)     $83,362,776     $730,000      $14,064,607
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
 Storm Drain Operating Fund                      $486,133         674,868          100,000          946,750      (171,882)         314,251
 Golf Course Operating Fund                     3,332,869       3,272,500                0        2,754,710       517,790        3,850,659
 Water Operating Fund                          $9,601,452      18,045,998       (2,423,173)      15,284,347       338,478        9,939,930
 Sewer Operating Fund                          $3,400,351      11,266,190       (1,434,240)      10,036,146      (204,196)       3,196,155
                     Enterprise Funds         $16,820,805     $33,259,556      ($3,757,413)     $29,021,953     $480,190      $17,300,995
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
 Employee Benefit Fund                            $29,259      22,667,679                        22,667,679             0          29,259
 LPFD Replacement                               $214,293           88,524                            40,200        48,324         262,617
 Public Art Acquisition Fund                    $183,091           46,000                             5,000        41,000         224,091
 Public Art Maintenance Fund                      $20,836          10,400                            10,000           400          21,236
 Vehicle Replacement Fund                      $1,698,970         472,514                           546,000       (73,486)      1,625,484
 Equipment Replacement Fund                    $2,284,015         577,430                           599,900       (22,470)      2,261,545
 Facilities Renovation Fund                    $1,129,375         799,794                           516,100       283,694       1,413,069
 IT Replacement Fund                           $1,964,924         453,600                           443,100        10,500       1,975,424
 Pleas Fire Apparatus Replacement              $1,327,028         245,373                                         245,373       1,572,401
 Police Vehicle Replacement Fund                $423,036          265,933                           297,000       (31,067)        391,969
 Park & Median Renovation Fund                 $3,522,155       1,236,233                                       1,236,233       4,758,388
 Street Light Replacement Fund                 $1,080,015         216,989                           230,000       (13,011)      1,067,004
 Traffic Signal Replacement Fund                $446,187          321,251                           288,000        33,251         479,438
 LPFD Retirees Medical Reserve                 $9,423,431       1,560,000                           250,000     1,310,000      10,733,431
 Workers Compensation Fund                     $1,061,965         810,920                           942,000      (131,080)        930,885
 Self-Insurance Retention Fund                 $8,909,667       1,320,000                           926,000       394,000       9,303,667
 LPFD Workers Comp Fund                        $1,145,362       1,000,444                           843,000       157,444       1,302,806
 Retirees Medical Reserve Fund                $22,089,717       3,650,000                           860,000     2,790,000      24,879,717
               Internal Service Funds         $56,953,326     $35,743,084              $0       $29,463,979    $6,279,105     $63,232,431
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
 DARE Fund                                        $15,742          4,200                              6,000        (1,800)         13,942
 Asset Forfeiture Fund                            $23,844            500                              7,500        (7,000)         16,844
 Downtown Parking Fund                          $221,266           8,000                                            8,000         229,266
 Recycling & Waste Mgmt. Fund                   $824,411         307,600                            747,400      (439,800)        384,611
 Sr Center Donations Fund                          $4,308                                                               0           4,308
 Miscellaneous Donations Fund                     $59,110            500                                              500          59,610
 Youth Master Plan Fund                            $1,965                                                               0           1,965
 Downtown Economic Devel Loan Fund                $12,165                                                               0          12,165
 Lower Income Housing Fund                    $12,852,029       3,225,750                           232,205     2,993,545      15,845,574
 Ridgeview Mortgage Fund                        $386,918            6,000                                           6,000         392,918
 LPFD Fund                                             $0      26,302,526                        26,302,526             0               0
 Used Oil Grant Fund                                   $0          45,649                            45,649             0               0
 Law Enforcement                                       $0                                                               0               0
 Misc. Federal Block Grant                             $0                                                               0               0
 Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                  $8,586         13,000                             11,400         1,600          10,186
 Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District          $304,111          37,107                             12,803        24,304         328,415
 Ponderosa Landscape District                     $69,141         16,320                             14,150         2,170          71,311
 Windsor Landscape District                       $26,944         24,200                             22,300         1,900          28,844
 Moller Geologic Hazard Dist                      $47,029          9,389                              7,900         1,489          48,518
 Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard Dist               $20,403         12,834                              8,900         3,934          24,337
 Bonde Landscape District                         $89,267         27,353                             24,495         2,858          92,125
 Moller Ranch Landscape District                $138,412          59,022                             59,285          (263)        138,149
 Ridgeview Commons Housing                        $25,377          3,100                              2,400           700          26,077
 Oak Tree Farm Landscape Dist                     $29,120         18,366                             17,895           471          29,591
 Community Develop Block Grant                         $0        300,000                            300,000             0               0
 HOME Program Fund                                     $0          7,247                              7,247             0               0
 HBPOA Maint District                                  $0         75,000                             75,000             0               0
 Abandoned Vehicle                              $185,777          29,000                             12,000        17,000         202,777
 Urban Forestry Fund                              $89,512          2,000                             15,450       (13,450)         76,062
 Library Donations Fund                            $4,554                                                               0           4,554
               Special Revenue Funds          $15,439,991     $30,534,663              $0       $27,932,505    $2,602,158     $18,042,149
OTHER FUNDS
 2003 & 2004 Certificates of Participation        $18,341                       1,990,315         1,990,315             0           18,341
 PTCWD #3 Trust Fund                             $502,923           8,000                            27,300       (19,300)         483,623
                    Other Funds                  $521,264          $8,000      $1,990,315        $2,017,615      ($19,300)       $501,964
       TOTAL - ALL FUNDS                     $103,069,993    $188,738,079      ($6,867,098)    $171,798,828   $10,072,153    $113,142,146
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                                             PROJECTED        PROJECTED       PROJECTED NET      PROPOSED         NET          PROJECTED
                                             JUNE 30, 2006     REVENUE          TRANSFERS      EXPENDITURES     INCOME         JUNE 30, 2007
GENERAL FUND                                   $6,059,815       ($148,362)      ($2,276,360)        $555,278    ($2,980,000)     $3,079,815
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
 Storm Drain Operating Fund                       $27,197          (1,332)                           (13,089)        11,757           38,954
 Golf Course Operating Fund                   ($1,215,894)        148,340        (1,092,120)         346,753     (1,290,533)      (2,506,427)
 Water Operating Fund                            $295,703         (59,175)          709,756          563,825         86,756          382,459
 Sewer Operating Fund                            $889,119          50,000           633,744          721,560        (37,816)         851,303
                    Enterprise Funds               ($3,875)      $137,833          $251,380       $1,619,049    ($1,229,836)    ($1,233,711)
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
 Employee Benefit Fund                           $156,440         304,224                            304,224             0          156,440
 LPFD Replacement                                 $18,462           1,560                                            1,560           20,022
 Public Art Acquisition Fund                       $3,195                                                                0            3,195
 Public Art Maintenance Fund                       $2,670                                                                0            2,670
 Vehicle Replacement Fund                         ($2,921)        (10,000)                                         (10,000)         (12,921)
 Equipment Replacement Fund                      $150,669         (15,000)                                         (15,000)         135,669
 Facilities Renovation Fund                    $1,202,778         238,000                            660,000      (422,000)         780,778
 IT Replacement Fund                              $24,494                                                                0           24,494
 Pleas Fire Apparatus Replacement                 $64,421          (10,000)                                        (10,000)          54,421
 Police Vehicle Replacement Fund                  $35,509                                                                0           35,509
 Park & Median Renovation Fund                 $1,024,266         312,000                            579,000      (267,000)         757,266
 Street Light Replacement Fund                     $7,202                                                                0            7,202
 Traffic Signal Replacement Fund                   $4,667                                                                0            4,667
 LPFD Retirees Medical Reserve                    $54,575         160,000                             20,000       140,000          194,575
 Workers Compensation Fund                       $487,914         (31,330)                                         (31,330)         456,584
 Self-Insurance Retention Fund                   $524,537                                                                0          524,537
 LPFD Workers Comp Fund                          $320,965         (100,000)                                       (100,000)         220,965
 Retirees Medical Reserve Fund                   $133,048          325,000                            30,000       295,000          428,048
               Internal Service Funds          $4,212,891       $1,174,454               $0       $1,593,224     ($418,770)      $3,794,121
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
 DARE Fund                                         $9,381                                              3,000        (3,000)            6,381
 Asset Forfeiture Fund                            $34,352                           (23,640)                       (23,640)           10,712
 Downtown Parking Fund                               $894                                                                0               894
 Recycling & Waste Mgmt. Fund                     $47,219          38,353                             18,353        20,000            67,219
 Sr Center Donations Fund                            $554                                                                0               554
 Miscellaneous Donations Fund                      $9,583                                                                0             9,583
 Youth Master Plan Fund                               $64                                                                0                64
 Downtown Economic Devel Loan Fund                   $655                                                                0               655
 Lower Income Housing Fund                    ($2,349,793)        (647,477)                           32,186      (679,663)       (3,029,456)
 Ridgeview Mortgage Fund                           $6,683            4,000                                           4,000            10,683
 LPFD Fund                                             $0          (55,467)                          (55,467)            0                 0
 Used Oil Grant Fund                               $2,257                                                                0             2,257
 Law Enforcement                                       $0            3,000                             3,000             0                 0
 Misc. Federal Block Grant                             $0                                                                0                 0
 Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                  $4,960           (6,500)                                         (6,500)           (1,540)
 Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District            $12,682            3,007                                           3,007            15,689
 Ponderosa Landscape District                     ($1,418)                                                               0            (1,418)
 Windsor Landscape District                      ($23,792)                                                               0           (23,792)
 Moller Geologic Hazard Dist                       $5,690                                                                0             5,690
 Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard Dist               ($6,229)                                                               0            (6,229)
 Bonde Landscape District                        ($29,566)                                                               0           (29,566)
 Moller Ranch Landscape District                  ($5,756)                                                               0            (5,756)
 Ridgeview Commons Housing                         $7,702           (2,500)                           (2,400)         (100)            7,602
 Oak Tree Farm Landscape Dist                     ($4,512)                                                               0            (4,512)
 Community Develop Block Grant                         $0         (12,437)                           (12,437)            0                 0
 HOME Program Fund                                     $0         163,343                            163,343             0                 0
 HBPOA Maint District                                  $0                                                                0                 0
 Abandoned Vehicle                                 $4,908            2,000                                           2,000             6,908
 Urban Forestry Fund                             $130,225                                              2,050        (2,050)          128,175
 Library Donations Fund                               $90                                                                0                90
              Special Revenue Funds           ($2,143,167)      ($510,678)         ($23,640)        $151,628     ($685,946)     ($2,829,113)
OTHER FUNDS
 2003 & 2004 Certificates of Participation       $416,401          10,000           558,748          558,748        10,000          426,401
 PTCWD #3 Trust Fund                               $7,475           4,000                                (20)        4,020           11,495
                    Other Funds                  $423,876         $14,000          $558,748         $558,728       $14,020         $437,896
       TOTAL - ALL FUNDS                       $8,549,540        $667,247       ($1,489,872)      $4,477,907    ($5,300,532)     $3,249,008

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                        ESTIMATED CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES (Adjusted Midterm)
                                             PROJECTED       PROJECTED      PROJECTED NET      PROPOSED        NET          PROJECTED
                                             JUNE 30, 2006    REVENUE         TRANSFERS      EXPENDITURES    INCOME         JUNE 30, 2007
GENERAL FUND                                  $19,394,422     $89,044,414     ($7,376,360)     $83,918,054   ($2,250,000)    $17,144,422
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
 Storm Drain Operating Fund                       513,330         673,536         100,000          933,661     (160,125)         353,205
 Golf Course Operating Fund                     2,116,975       3,420,840      (1,092,120)       3,101,463     (772,743)       1,344,232
 Water Operating Fund                           9,897,155      17,986,823      (1,713,417)      15,848,172      425,234       10,322,389
 Sewer Operating Fund                           4,289,470      11,316,190        (800,496)      10,757,706     (242,012)       4,047,458
                    Enterprise Funds          $16,816,930     $33,397,389     ($3,506,033)     $30,641,002    ($749,646)     $16,067,284
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
 Employee Benefit Fund                            185,699      22,971,903               0       22,971,903            0          185,699
 LPFD Replacement                                 232,755          90,084               0           40,200       49,884          282,639
 Public Art Acquisition Fund                      186,286          46,000               0            5,000       41,000          227,286
 Public Art Maintenance Fund                       23,506          10,400               0           10,000          400           23,906
 Vehicle Replacement Fund                       1,696,049         462,514               0          546,000      (83,486)       1,612,563
 Equipment Replacement Fund                     2,434,684         562,430               0          599,900      (37,470)       2,397,214
 Facilities Renovation Fund                     2,332,153       1,037,794               0        1,176,100     (138,306)       2,193,847
 IT Replacement Fund                            1,989,418         453,600               0          443,100       10,500        1,999,918
 Pleas Fire Apparatus Replacement               1,391,449         235,373               0                0      235,373        1,626,822
 Police Vehicle Replacement Fund                  458,545         265,933               0          297,000      (31,067)         427,478
 Park & Median Renovation Fund                  4,546,421       1,548,233               0          579,000      969,233        5,515,654
 Street Light Replacement Fund                  1,087,217         216,989               0          230,000      (13,011)       1,074,206
 Traffic Signal Replacement Fund                  450,854         321,251               0          288,000       33,251          484,105
 LPFD Retirees Medical Reserve                  9,478,006       1,720,000               0          270,000    1,450,000       10,928,006
 Workers Compensation Fund                      1,549,879         779,590               0          942,000     (162,410)       1,387,469
 Self-Insurance Retention Fund                  9,434,204       1,320,000               0          926,000      394,000        9,828,204
 LPFD Workers Comp Fund                         1,466,327         900,444               0          843,000       57,444        1,523,771
 Retirees Medical Reserve Fund                 22,222,765       3,975,000               0          890,000    3,085,000       25,307,765
               Internal Service Funds         $61,166,217     $36,917,538              $0      $31,057,203   $5,860,335      $67,026,552
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
 DARE Fund                                         25,123           4,200               0            9,000       (4,800)          20,323
 Asset Forfeiture Fund                             58,196             500         (23,640)           7,500      (30,640)          27,556
 Downtown Parking Fund                            222,160           8,000               0                0        8,000          230,160
 Recycling & Waste Mgmt. Fund                     871,630         345,953               0          765,753     (419,800)         451,830
 Sr Center Donations Fund                           4,862               0               0                0            0            4,862
 Miscellaneous Donations Fund                      68,693             500               0                0          500           69,193
 Youth Master Plan Fund                             2,029               0               0                0            0            2,029
 Downtown Economic Devel Loan Fund                 12,820               0               0                0            0           12,820
 Lower Income Housing Fund                     10,502,236       2,578,273               0          264,391    2,313,882       12,816,118
 Ridgeview Mortgage Fund                          393,601          10,000               0                0       10,000          403,601
 LPFD Fund                                              0      26,247,059               0       26,247,059            0                0
 Used Oil Grant Fund                                2,257          45,649               0           45,649            0            2,257
 Law Enforcement                                        0           3,000               0            3,000            0                0
 Misc. Federal Block Grant                              0               0               0                0            0                0
 Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                  13,546           6,500               0           11,400       (4,900)           8,646
 Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District            316,793          40,114               0           12,803       27,311          344,104
 Ponderosa Landscape District                      67,723          16,320               0           14,150        2,170           69,893
 Windsor Landscape District                         3,152          24,200               0           22,300        1,900            5,052
 Moller Geologic Hazard Dist                       52,719           9,389               0            7,900        1,489           54,208
 Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard Dist                14,174          12,834               0            8,900        3,934           18,108
 Bonde Landscape District                          59,701          27,353               0           24,495        2,858           62,559
 Moller Ranch Landscape District                  132,656          59,022               0           59,285         (263)         132,393
 Ridgeview Commons Housing                         33,079             600               0                0          600           33,679
 Oak Tree Farm Landscape Dist                      24,608          18,366               0           17,895          471           25,079
 Community Develop Block Grant                          0         287,563               0          287,563            0                0
 HOME Program Fund                                      0         170,590               0          170,590            0                0
 HBPOA Maint District                                   0          75,000               0           75,000            0                0
 Abandoned Vehicle                                190,685          31,000               0           12,000       19,000          209,685
 Urban Forestry Fund                              219,737           2,000               0           17,500      (15,500)         204,237
 Library Donations Fund                             4,644               0               0                0            0            4,644
              Special Revenue Funds           $13,296,824     $30,023,985        ($23,640)     $28,084,133   $1,916,212      $15,213,036
OTHER FUNDS
 2003 & 2004 Certificates of Participation        434,742          10,000       2,549,063        2,549,063        10,000         444,742
 PTCWD #3 Trust Fund                              510,398          12,000               0           27,280       (15,280)        495,118
                    Other Funds                  $945,140        $22,000       $2,549,063       $2,576,343       ($5,280)       $939,860
       TOTAL - ALL FUNDS                     $111,619,533    $189,405,326     ($8,356,970)    $176,276,735   $4,771,621     $116,391,154

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Summary of Three Year Operating Fund Balances
                       2005-06/2006-07 OPERATING BUDGET MID-YEAR AND MID-TERM REVIEW
                                  SUMMARY OF 3-YEAR OPERATING FUND BALANCES
                                                                                GENERAL FUND
                                                 2004-05                                2005-06                                                         2006-07
                                                                  ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                  ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED         ADJUSTED
                                                 ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED            BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS          BUDGET
                        July 1, Fund Balance $   19,192,310 $      14,954,607 $     7,849,420   $         -     $    22,804,027 $      13,334,607 $      6,059,815 $     19,394,422
Total Revenue                                    79,905,205        81,919,570         318,175       2,299,515        84,537,260        89,192,776         (148,362)      89,044,414
Transfers In/(Out)                                      -          (1,700,000)            -               -          (1,700,000)         (100,000)        (476,360)        (576,360)
CIP Contributions                                (5,898,244)       (5,000,000)            -               -          (5,000,000)       (5,000,000)      (1,800,000)      (6,800,000)
Total Expenditures                               70,395,244        76,839,570       4,177,595         229,700        81,246,865        83,362,776          555,278       83,918,054
                         June 30, Fund Balance   22,804,027        13,334,607       3,990,000       2,069,815        19,394,422        14,064,607        3,079,815       17,144,422
less Reserved for:
    Economic Uncertainties                        8,000,000         8,190,000         190,000          70,000         8,450,000         8,920,000           80,000        9,000,000
    Carryovers                                    4,259,605               -               -         1,500,000         1,500,000               -          1,000,000        1,000,000
    Inventory & Prepaids                             44,422            44,607             -              (185)           44,422            44,607             (185)          44,422
    Golf Debt Service                             3,600,000               -         2,000,000         500,000         2,500,000               -          2,000,000        2,000,000
    Capital Projects                              1,800,000               -         1,800,000             -           1,800,000               -                -                -
    Temporary Recession                           5,100,000         5,100,000             -               -           5,100,000         5,100,000              -          5,100,000
             June 30, Available Fund Balance $          -     $           -     $         -     $         -    $            -     $           -     $          -    $           -




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                                             SUMMARY OF 3-YEAR OPERATING FUND BALANCES
                                                                                                           ENTERPRISE FUNDS
                                                                     2004-05                                         2005-06                                                        2006-07
                                                                                           ORIGINAL                 AMENDMENTS                  ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                                     ACTUAL                 BUDGET          PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED            BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
STORM DRAIN OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FUND: 343
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $     810,922                              $         639,065    $       9,400   $         -     $      648,465    $      486,133    $       27,197   $      513,330
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     648,465                              $         486,133    $         300   $      26,897   $      513,330    $      314,251    $       38,954   $      353,205
GOLF COURSE OPERATIONS FUND: 376
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $          -                               $       1,732,869    $          -    $         -     $     1,732,869   $     3,332,869   $   (1,215,894) $      2,116,975
 Total Revenue                                     32,869                                            -                 -        2,407,430         2,407,430         3,272,500          148,340         3,420,840
 Net Transfers                                 1,700,000                                       1,600,000        (1,593,095)           -               6,905               -         (1,092,120)       (1,092,120)
 Total Expenditures                                    -                                             -                 -        2,030,229         2,030,229         2,754,710          346,753         3,101,463
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  1,732,869                               $       3,332,869    $   (1,593,095) $     377,201   $     2,116,975   $     3,850,659   $   (2,506,427) $      1,344,232
WATER OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FUND: 381
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 11,508,680                               $        8,676,887 $       838,988   $      459,787 $      9,975,662 $       9,601,452 $        295,703 $       9,897,155
 Total Revenue                                16,251,887                                       17,722,942             -         (1,318,793)      16,404,149        18,045,998          (59,175)       17,986,823
 Net Transfers                                (2,404,326)                                      (2,335,138)        727,706              -         (1,607,432)       (2,423,173)         709,756        (1,713,417)
 Total Expenditures                           15,380,579                                       14,463,239       1,145,669         (733,684)      14,875,224        15,284,347          563,825        15,848,172
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  9,975,662                               $        9,601,452 $       421,025   $     (125,322) $     9,897,155 $       9,939,930 $        382,459 $      10,322,389
SEWER OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FUND: 383
    y ,
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $   ,    ,
                                               5,743,912                               $         ,   ,
                                                                                                3,687,314 $          ,
                                                                                                                  268,690   $        ,
                                                                                                                                  666,230   $      ,   ,
                                                                                                                                                  4,622,234 $        ,   ,
                                                                                                                                                                    3,400,351 $           ,
                                                                                                                                                                                       889,119   $      ,   ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                       4,289,470
 Total Revenue                                11,083,529                                       10,956,190              -           50,000        11,006,190        11,266,190           50,000        11,316,190
 Net Transfers                                (1,092,942)                                      (1,441,157)        642,472              -           (798,685)       (1,434,240)         633,744          (800,496)
 Total Expenditures                           11,112,265                                        9,801,996         661,169          77,104        10,540,269        10,036,146          721,560        10,757,706
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  4,622,234                               $        3,400,351 $       249,993   $     639,126   $     4,289,470 $       3,196,155 $        851,303   $     4,047,458
* Fund Balance includes debt service reserves as well as contingency and cash flow reserves.




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                                                                          INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
                                                  2004-05                              2005-06                                                        2006-07
                                                                   ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS               ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                  ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
EMPLOYEE BENEFIT FUND: 006
 July 1, Fund Balance                         $      643,966   $       279,259   $    166,440   $        -    $       445,699   $        29,259   $      156,440   $       185,699
 Total Revenue                                    16,295,309        20,509,851            -         (379,977)      20,129,874        22,667,679          304,224        22,971,903
 Net Transfers                                           -                 -              -              -                -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                               16,493,576        20,759,851            -         (369,977)      20,389,874        22,667,679          304,224        22,971,903
                      June 30, Fund Balance   $      445,699   $        29,259   $    166,440   $    (10,000) $       185,699   $        29,259   $      156,440   $       185,699
L.P.F.D. REPLACEMENT FUND: 037
 July 1, Fund Balance                         $      176,880   $      210,464    $     13,932   $       -     $      224,396    $      214,293    $       18,462   $      232,755
 Total Revenue                                        81,064           84,829             -           4,530           89,359            88,524             1,560           90,084
 Net Transfers                                           -                -               -             -                -                 -                 -                -
 Total Expenditures                                   33,548           81,000             -             -             81,000            40,200               -             40,200
                      June 30, Fund Balance   $      224,396   $      214,293    $     13,932   $     4,530   $      232,755    $      262,617    $       20,022   $      282,639
PUBLIC ART ACQUISITION FUND: 038
 July 1, Fund Balance                         $      101,591   $      143,591    $      1,195   $       -     $      144,786    $      183,091    $        3,195   $      186,286
 Total Revenue                                        43,195           44,500             -          42,000           86,500            46,000               -             46,000
 Net Transfers                                           -                -               -             -                -                 -                 -                -
 Total Expenditures                                      -              5,000
                                                                        5 000             -          40,000
                                                                                                     40 000           45,000
                                                                                                                      45 000             5,000
                                                                                                                                         5 000               -              5,000
                                                                                                                                                                            5 000
                      June 30, Fund Balance   $      144,786   $      183,091    $      1,195   $     2,000   $      186,286    $      224,091    $        3,195   $      227,286
PUBLIC ART MAINTENANCE FUND: 039
 July 1, Fund Balance                         $       15,036   $       20,436    $      2,270   $       -     $       22,706    $       20,836    $        2,670   $       23,506
 Total Revenue                                        10,545           10,400             -             400           10,800            10,400               -             10,400
 Net Transfers                                           -                -               -             -                -                 -                 -                -
 Total Expenditures                                    2,875           10,000             -             -             10,000            10,000               -             10,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance   $       22,706   $       20,836    $      2,270   $       400   $       23,506    $       21,236    $        2,670   $       23,906
VEHICLE REPLACEMENT FUND: 041
 July 1, Fund Balance                         $    1,800,064   $     1,726,798   $      7,079   $        -    $     1,733,877   $     1,698,970   $       (2,921) $      1,696,049
 Total Revenue                                       303,781           379,172            -          (10,000)         369,172           472,514          (10,000)          462,514
 Net Transfers                                           -                 -              -              -                -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                                  369,968           407,000            -              -            407,000           546,000              -             546,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance   $    1,733,877   $     1,698,970   $      7,079   $    (10,000) $     1,696,049   $     1,625,484   $      (12,921) $      1,612,563




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                                                           INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS (continued)
                                            2004-05                          2005-06                                                           2006-07
                                                         ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                  ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                            ACTUAL        BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED            BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND: 042
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 2,524,628 $ 2,174,591   $    274,374    $        -    $       2,448,965   $     2,284,015   $      150,669 $       2,434,684
  Total Revenue                                  294,873     520,924            -            (7,202)           513,722           577,430          (15,000)          562,430
  Net Transfers                                      -           -              -               -                  -                 -                -                 -
  Total Expenditures                             370,536     411,500        254,503        (138,000)           528,003           599,900              -             599,900
                       June 30, Fund Balance $ 2,448,965 $ 2,284,015   $     19,871    $    130,798 $        2,434,684   $     2,261,545   $      135,669 $       2,397,214
FACILITIES RENOVATION FUND: 043
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 1,952,740 $ 1,709,903   $    771,898    $         -     $     2,481,801   $     1,129,375   $    1,202,778   $     2,332,153
  Total Revenue                                1,063,879      55,672            -          1,275,000         1,330,672           799,794          238,000         1,037,794
  Net Transfers                                      -           -              -                -                 -                 -                -                 -
  Total Expenditures                             534,818     636,200        759,620           84,500         1,480,320           516,100          660,000         1,176,100
                       June 30, Fund Balance $ 2,481,801 $ 1,129,375   $     12,278    $   1,190,500   $     2,332,153   $     1,413,069   $      780,778   $     2,193,847
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND: 046
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 3,544,083 $ 1,967,812   $   1,373,473   $        -      $     3,341,285   $     1,964,924   $       24,494   $     1,989,418
  Total Revenue                                  124,493     470,212          29,919         10,000            510,131           453,600              -             453,600
  Net Transfers                                      -           -               -              -                  -                 -                -                 -
  Total Expenditures                             327,291
                                                 327 291     473,100
                                                             473 100       1,388,898
                                                                           1 388 898            -            1,861,998
                                                                                                             1 861 998           443,100
                                                                                                                                 443 100              -             443,100
                                                                                                                                                                    443 100
                       June 30, Fund Balance $ 3,341,285 $ 1,964,924   $      14,494   $     10,000    $     1,989,418   $     1,975,424   $       24,494   $     1,999,918
PLEAS. FIRE APPARATUS REPLACEMENT FUND: 047
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $   955,288 $ 1,275,988   $     74,421    $         -    $      1,350,409   $     1,327,028   $       64,421 $       1,391,449
  Total Revenue                                  395,494      51,040            -            (10,000)           41,040           245,373          (10,000)          235,373
  Net Transfers                                      -           -              -                -                 -                 -                -                 -
  Total Expenditures                                 373         -              -                -                 -                 -                -                 -
                       June 30, Fund Balance $ 1,350,409 $ 1,327,028   $     74,421    $     (10,000) $      1,391,449   $     1,572,401   $       54,421 $       1,626,822
POLICE VEHICLE REPLACEMENT FUND: 048
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $   825,187 $   610,883   $    111,292    $        -      $      722,175    $      423,036    $       35,509   $      458,545
  Total Revenue                                  258,364      41,153            -            21,988            63,141           265,933               -            265,933
  Net Transfers                                      -           -              -               -                 -                 -                 -                -
  Total Expenditures                             361,376     229,000         97,771             -             326,771           297,000               -            297,000
                       June 30, Fund Balance $   722,175 $   423,036   $     13,521    $     21,988    $      458,545    $      391,969    $       35,509   $      427,478




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                                                                 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS (continued)
                                             2004-05                               2005-06                                                         2006-07
                                                               ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                             ACTUAL             BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED          BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
PARK & MEDIAN RENOVATION FUND: 050
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 3,248,419    $     3,388,919   $      83,847   $       -     $     3,472,766   $     3,522,155   $    1,024,266   $     4,546,421
 Total Revenue                                1,010,945            133,236             -         952,000         1,085,236         1,236,233          312,000         1,548,233
 Net Transfers                                 (770,500)               -         2,931,697        75,000         3,006,697               -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                              16,098                -         2,821,278       197,000         3,018,278               -            579,000           579,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 3,472,766    $     3,522,155   $     194,266   $   830,000   $     4,546,421   $     4,758,388   $      757,266   $     5,515,654
STREET LIGHT REPLACEMENT FUND: 052
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 1,275,999    $     1,225,999   $    207,202    $       -     $     1,433,201   $     1,080,015   $        7,202   $     1,087,217
 Total Revenue                                  157,202             60,016            -              -              60,016           216,989              -             216,989
 Net Transfers                                      -                  -              -              -                 -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                                 -              206,000        200,000            -             406,000           230,000              -             230,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 1,433,201    $     1,080,015   $      7,202    $       -     $     1,087,217   $     1,067,004   $        7,202   $     1,074,206
TRAFFIC SIGNAL REPLACEMENT FUND: 053
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $   439,334    $      732,084    $     13,210    $       -     $      745,294    $      446,187    $        4,667   $      450,854
 Total Revenue                                  327,416            23,103             -              -             23,103           321,251               -            321,251
 Net Transfers                                      -                 -               -              -                -                 -                 -                -
 Total Expenditures                              21,456           309,000           8,543            -            317,543           288,000               -            288,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $   745,294    $      446,187    $      4,667    $       -     $      450,854    $      479,438    $        4,667   $      484,105
L.P.F.D. RETIREES' MEDICAL RESERVE FUND: 216
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 7,296,431    $     8,173,431   $     44,575    $       -     $     8,218,006   $     9,423,431   $       54,575   $     9,478,006
 Total Revenue                                1,082,951          1,460,000            -           10,000         1,470,000         1,560,000          160,000         1,720,000
 Net Transfers                                      -                  -              -              -                 -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                             161,376            210,000            -              -             210,000           250,000           20,000           270,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 8,218,006    $     9,423,431   $     44,575    $    10,000   $     9,478,006   $    10,733,431   $      194,575   $    10,928,006
WORKERS COMPENSATION FUND: 217
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 1,530,746    $     1,285,865   $    446,200    $       -     $     1,732,065   $     1,061,965   $      487,914 $       1,549,879
 Total Revenue                                  580,440            718,100            -           41,714           759,814           810,920          (31,330)          779,590
 Net Transfers                                      -                  -              -              -                 -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                             379,121            942,000            -              -             942,000           942,000              -             942,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 1,732,065    $     1,061,965   $    446,200    $    41,714   $     1,549,879   $       930,885   $      456,584 $       1,387,469




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                                                                 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS (continued)
                                              2004-05                              2005-06                                                       2006-07
                                                               ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS              ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                              ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED        BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
SELF-INSURANCE RETENTION FUND: 218
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  8,370,668   $     8,595,667   $    500,597   $      -     $     9,096,264   $     8,909,667   $      524,537   $     9,434,204
 Total Revenue                                 1,197,409         1,240,000            -         23,940         1,263,940         1,320,000              -           1,320,000
 Net Transfers                                       -                 -              -            -                 -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                              471,813           926,000            -            -             926,000           926,000              -             926,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  9,096,264   $     8,909,667   $    500,597   $   23,940   $     9,434,204   $     9,303,667   $      524,537   $     9,828,204
L.P.F.D. WORKERS COMPENSATION FUND: 219
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  1,052,429   $     1,117,429   $    320,965   $      -     $     1,438,394   $     1,145,362   $      320,965 $       1,466,327
 Total Revenue                                   743,240           820,933            -            -             820,933         1,000,444         (100,000)          900,444
 Net Transfers                                       -                 -              -            -                 -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                              357,275           793,000            -            -             793,000           843,000              -             843,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  1,438,394   $     1,145,362   $    320,965   $      -     $     1,466,327   $     1,302,806   $      220,965 $       1,523,771
RETIREES' MEDICAL RESERVE FUND: 222
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 18,129,716   $    19,524,717   $    108,048   $      -     $    19,632,765   $    22,089,717   $      133,048   $    22,222,765
 Total Revenue                                 2,040,222         3,275,000            -         25,000         3,300,000         3,650,000          325,000         3,975,000
 Net Transfers                                       -                 -              -            -                 -                 -                -                 -
 Total Expenditures                              537,173           710,000            -            -             710,000           860,000           30,000           890,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 19,632,765   $    22,089,717   $    108,048   $   25,000   $    22,222,765   $    24,879,717   $      428,048   $    25,307,765




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                                                                      SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
                                              2004-05                              2005-06                                                          2006-07
                                                               ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                  ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL     RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                              ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED            BUDGET            BUDGET       AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
D.A.R.E. FUND: 221
 July 1, Fund Balance                     $       16,478   $       17,542    $      6,013       $      -     $       23,555    $       15,742   $        9,381   $       25,123
 Total Revenue                                     7,374            4,200             -              3,368            7,568             4,200              -              4,200
 Net Transfers                                       -                -               -                -                -                 -                -                -
 Total Expenditures                                  297            6,000             -                -              6,000             6,000            3,000            9,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     23,555   $       15,742    $      6,013      $     3,368   $       25,123    $       13,942   $        6,381   $       20,323
ASSET FORFEITURE FUND: 225
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $    44,387    $       59,144    $      6,303       $      -     $       65,447    $       23,844   $       34,352 $          58,196
 Total Revenue                                   34,520               500             -             37,040           37,540               500              -                 500
 Net Transfers                                      -                 -               -                -                -                 -            (23,640)          (23,640)
 Total Expenditures                              13,460            35,800             -              8,991           44,791             7,500              -               7,500
                      June 30, Fund Balance $    65,447    $       23,844    $      6,303      $    28,049   $       58,196    $       16,844   $       10,712 $          27,556
DOWNTOWN PARKING FUND: 226
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $   211,267    $      215,266    $          894     $      -     $      216,160    $      221,266   $         894    $      222,160
 Total Revenue                                    4,893             6,000               -              -              6,000             8,000             -               8,000
 Net Transfers                                      -                 -                 -              -                -                 -               -                 -
 Total Expenditures                                 -                 -                 -              -                -                 -               -                 -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $   216,160    $      221,266    $          894    $       -     $      222,160    $      229,266   $         894    $      230,160
RECYCLING & WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND: 230
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 1,975,266    $     1,311,211   $    715,229       $       -    $     2,026,440   $      824,411   $       47,219   $      871,630
 Total Revenue                                  403,406            307,600         31,500            38,353          377,453          307,600           38,353          345,953
 Net Transfers                                      -                  -              -                 -                -                -                -                -
 Total Expenditures                             352,232            794,400        679,510            58,353        1,532,263          747,400           18,353          765,753
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 2,026,440    $       824,411   $     67,219      $    (20,000) $       871,630   $      384,611   $       67,219   $      451,830
SENIOR CENTER DONATION FUND: 234
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $     4,607    $        5,808    $              (1) $      -     $        5,807    $        4,308   $         554    $        4,862
 Total Revenue                                    1,200               -                 -              555              555               -               -                 -
 Net Transfers                                      -                 -                 -              -                -                 -               -                 -
 Total Expenditures                                 -               1,500               -              -              1,500               -               -                 -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     5,807    $        4,308    $              (1) $      555   $        4,862    $        4,308   $         554    $        4,862




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                                             2004-05                            2005-06                                                                   2006-07
                                                             ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                         ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED                ADJUSTED
                                             ACTUAL           BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED                   BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS                 BUDGET
MISCELLANEOUS DONATION FUND: 235
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $     57,610 $       58,610    $     10,841        $         -    $           69,451    $       59,110    $        9,583         $       68,693
 Total Revenue                                    11,841            500             -                  2,300               2,800               500               -                      500
 Net Transfers                                       -              -               -                    -                   -                 -                 -                      -
 Total Expenditures                                  -              -               -                  3,558               3,558               -                 -                      -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     69,451 $       59,110    $     10,841        $      (1,258) $           68,693    $       59,610    $        9,583         $       69,193
YOUTH MASTER PLAN FUND: 238
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $      1,830 $        1,965    $              14   $         -        $        1,979    $        1,965    $                 64   $        2,029
 Total Revenue                                       149            -                 -                      50                50              -                    -                   -
 Net Transfers                                       -              -                 -                  -                   -                 -                    -                   -
 Total Expenditures                                  -              -                 -                  -                   -                 -                    -                   -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $      1,979 $        1,965    $              14   $             50   $        2,029    $        1,965    $                 64   $        2,029
DOWNTOWN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND: 263
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $     21,815 $        22,165 $            155      $         -        $        22,320 $         12,165    $         655          $       12,820
 Total Revenue                                       505             -                -                  500                  500              -                -                       -
 Net Transfers                                       -           (10,000)             -                  -                (10,000)             -                -                       -
 Total Expenditures                                  -               -                -                  -                    -                -                -                       -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     22,320 $        12,165 $            155      $         500      $        12,820 $         12,165    $         655          $       12,820
LOWER INCOME HOUSING FUND: 271
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  8,805,761 $    10,118,196   $   1,114,900       $          -    $       11,233,096   $    12,852,029   $   (2,349,793) $           10,502,236
 Total Revenue                                 1,688,122       3,098,200       1,216,187           (1,229,387)          3,085,000         3,225,750         (647,477)              2,578,273
 Net Transfers                                 1,555,273             -               -                    -                   -                 -                -                       -
 Total Expenditures                              816,060         364,367       2,013,329            1,438,164           3,815,860           232,205           32,186                 264,391
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 11,233,096 $    12,852,029   $     317,758       $   (2,667,551) $       10,502,236   $    15,845,574   $   (3,029,456) $           12,816,118
RIDGEVIEW MORTGAGE FUND: 273
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $    374,917 $      380,918    $      2,683        $         -        $      383,601    $      386,918    $        6,683         $      393,601
 Total Revenue                                     8,684          6,000             -                  4,000              10,000             6,000             4,000                 10,000
 Net Transfers                                       -              -               -                    -                   -                 -                 -                      -
 Total Expenditures                                  -              -               -                    -                   -                 -                 -                      -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $    383,601 $      386,918    $      2,683        $       4,000      $      393,601    $      392,918    $       10,683         $      403,601




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                                                                  SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (continued)
                                               2004-05                             2005-06                                                         2006-07
                                                                ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS               ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                               ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
LIVERMORE-PLEASANTON FIRE DEPARTMENT FUND: 280
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $     37,500 $              -     $     98,668   $       -    $         98,668   $           -     $          -     $            -
 Total Revenue                                22,345,596         24,922,267        101,332       (83,658)       24,939,941        26,302,526          (55,467)        26,247,059
 Net Transfers                                        -                 -              -             -                 -                 -                -                  -
 Total Expenditures                           22,284,428         24,922,267        200,000       (83,658)       25,038,609        26,302,526          (55,464)        26,247,062
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     98,668 $              -     $        -     $       -    $            -     $           -     $            (3) $              (3)
USED OIL GRANT FUND: 515
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $            7 $           -      $      2,257   $       -     $        2,257    $          -      $        2,257    $         2,257
 Total Revenue                                    34,117            45,649             -          43,470           89,119            45,649               -               45,649
 Net Transfers                                        -                -               -             -                -                 -                 -                  -
 Total Expenditures                               31,867            45,649             -          43,470           89,119            45,649               -               45,649
                      June 30, Fund Balance $      2,257 $             -      $      2,257   $       -     $        2,257    $          -      $        2,257    $         2,257
LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND: 517
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $    157,631 $              -     $     94,038   $        -    $       94,038    $           -     $           -     $            -
 Total Revenue                                   103,324                -               -        103,000          103,000                -              3,000              3,000
 Net Transfers                                        -                 -               -             -                -                 -                 -                  -
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 Total Expenditures                                 ,
                                                 166,917                -             ,
                                                                                    94,038          ,
                                                                                                 103,000             ,
                                                                                                                  197,038                -               ,
                                                                                                                                                        3,000               ,
                                                                                                                                                                           3,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     94,038 $              -     $         -    $        -    $           -     $           -     $           -     $            -
MISCELLANEOUS FEDERAL BLOCK GRANT FUND: 518
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $      2,790 $              -     $        -     $       -     $          -      $           -     $             -   $           -
 Total Revenue                                          (1)             -          318,175           -            318,175                -                   -               -
 Net Transfers                                        -                 -              -             -                -                  -                   -               -
 Total Expenditures                                2,789                -          318,175           -            318,175                -                   -               -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $         -     $           -     $        -     $       -     $          -      $           -     $             -   $           -
LEMOINE GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 527
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $      3,985 $           6,986    $     11,430   $       -    $        18,416    $        8,586    $        4,960 $           13,546
 Total Revenue                                    14,431            13,000             -          (6,470)           6,530            13,000            (6,500)             6,500
 Net Transfers                                        -                -               -             -                -                 -                 -                  -
 Total Expenditures                                   -             11,400             -             -             11,400            11,400               -               11,400
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     18,416 $           8,586    $     11,430   $    (6,470) $        13,546    $       10,186    $       (1,540) $           8,646




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                                                                             2005-06                                                     2006-07
                                          2004-05         ORIGINAL             AMENDMENTS              ADJUSTED         ORIGINAL     RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                          ACTUAL           BUDGET      PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED        BUDGET           BUDGET       AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
LAUREL CREEK GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 528
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 255,499 $      279,807   $      9,675   $      -     $      289,482   $      304,111   $       12,682   $      316,793
 Total Revenue                                 38,625         37,107            -          3,007           40,114           37,107            3,007           40,114
 Net Transfers                                    -              -              -            -                -                -                -                -
 Total Expenditures                             4,642         12,803            -            -             12,803           12,803              -             12,803
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 289,482 $      304,111   $      9,675   $    3,007   $      316,793   $      328,415   $       15,689   $      344,104
PONDEROSA LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 531
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  64,801 $       66,971   $      3,482   $       -    $       70,453   $       69,141   $       (1,418) $        67,723
 Total Revenue                                 16,964         16,320            -             600          16,920           16,320              -             16,320
 Net Transfers                                    -              -              -             -               -                -                -                -
 Total Expenditures                            11,312         14,150            -           5,500          19,650           14,150              -             14,150
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  70,453 $       69,141   $      3,482   $    (4,900) $       67,723   $       71,311   $       (1,418) $        69,893
WINDSOR LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 532
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  23,286 $       25,044   $      1,708   $       -    $       26,752   $       26,944   $      (23,792) $         3,152
 Total Revenue                                 24,330         24,200            -             -            24,200           24,200              -             24,200
 Net Transfers                                    -              -              -             -               -                -                -                -
 Total Expenditures                            20,864         22,300            -          25,500          47,800           22,300              -             22,300
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  26,752 $       26,944   $      1,708   $   (25,500) $        3,152   $       28,844   $      (23,792) $         5,052
MOLLER GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 533
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  44,067 $       45,540   $      5,290   $      -     $       50,830   $       47,029   $        5,690   $       52,719
 Total Revenue                                  9,663          9,389            -            400            9,789            9,389              -              9,389
 Net Transfers                                    -              -              -            -                -                -                -                -
 Total Expenditures                             2,900          7,900            -            -              7,900            7,900              -              7,900
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  50,830 $       47,029   $      5,290   $      400   $       52,719   $       48,518   $        5,690   $       54,208
OAK TREE FARM GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 534
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  12,269 $       16,469   $     (3,229) $        -    $       13,240   $       20,403   $       (6,229) $        14,174
 Total Revenue                                 13,399         12,834            -          (3,000)          9,834           12,834              -             12,834
 Net Transfers                                    -              -              -             -               -                -                -                -
 Total Expenditures                            12,428          8,900            -             -             8,900            8,900              -              8,900
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  13,240 $       20,403   $     (3,229) $     (3,000) $       14,174   $       24,337   $       (6,229) $        18,108




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                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (continued)
                                           2004-05                             2005-06                                                     2006-07
                                                            ORIGINAL             AMENDMENTS              ADJUSTED         ORIGINAL     RECOMMENDED         ADJUSTED
                                           ACTUAL            BUDGET      PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED        BUDGET           BUDGET       AMENDMENTS          BUDGET
BONDE LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 537
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  83,547   $       86,409   $      2,634   $       -    $       89,043   $       89,267   $      (29,566) $       59,701
 Total Revenue                                 28,263           27,353            -             300          27,653           27,353              -            27,353
 Net Transfers                                    -                -              -             -               -                -                -               -
 Total Expenditures                            22,767           24,495            -          32,500          56,995           24,495              -            24,495
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  89,043   $       89,267   $      2,634   $   (32,200) $       59,701   $       92,125   $      (29,566) $       62,559
MOLLER RANCH LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 539
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 138,933   $      138,675   $      5,944   $       -    $      144,619   $      138,412   $       (5,756) $      132,656
 Total Revenue                                 59,739           59,022            -             800          59,822           59,022              -            59,022
 Net Transfers                                    -                -              -             -               -                -                -               -
 Total Expenditures                            54,053           59,285            -          12,500          71,785           59,285              -            59,285
                      June 30, Fund Balance $ 144,619   $      138,412   $      5,944   $   (11,700) $      132,656   $      138,149   $       (5,756) $      132,393
RIDGEVIEW COMMONS HOUSING FUND: 541
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  32,476   $       24,677   $     11,002   $       -    $       35,679   $       25,377   $        7,702 $        33,079
 Total Revenue                                  3,203            3,100            -             900           4,000            3,100           (2,500)            600
 Net Transfers                                    -                -              -             -               -                -                -               -
 Total Expenditures                               -              2,400
                                                                 2 400            -           4,200
                                                                                              4 200           6,600
                                                                                                              6 600            2,400
                                                                                                                               2 400           (2,400)
                                                                                                                                               (2 400)            -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  35,679   $       25,377   $     11,002   $    (3,300) $       33,079   $       26,077   $        7,602 $        33,679
OAK TREE FARM LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 542
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $  28,170   $       28,649   $     (1,712) $        -    $       26,937   $       29,120   $       (4,512) $       24,608
 Total Revenue                                 19,320           18,366            -             200          18,566           18,366              -            18,366
 Net Transfers                                    -                -              -             -               -                -                -               -
 Total Expenditures                            20,553           17,895            -           3,000          20,895           17,895              -            17,895
                      June 30, Fund Balance $  26,937   $       29,120   $     (1,712) $     (2,800) $       24,608   $       29,591   $       (4,512) $       25,079
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND: 548
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $     -     $          -     $        -     $      -     $          -     $          -     $          -    $          -
 Total Revenue                                306,494          321,586        258,817          -            580,403          300,000          (12,437)        287,563
 Net Transfers                                    -             10,000            -            -             10,000              -                -               -
 Total Expenditures                           306,494          331,586        258,817          -            590,403          300,000          (12,437)        287,563
                      June 30, Fund Balance $     -     $          -     $        -     $      -     $          -     $          -     $          -    $          -




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                                                                SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (continued)
                                            2004-05                              2005-06                                                       2006-07
                                                              ORIGINAL             AMENDMENTS                ADJUSTED         ORIGINAL     RECOMMENDED                ADJUSTED
                                            ACTUAL             BUDGET      PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED          BUDGET           BUDGET       AMENDMENTS                 BUDGET
H.O.M.E. PROGRAM FUND: 560
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $       -     $          -     $          -    $       -     $          -     $          -     $          -           $          -
 Total Revenue                                   47,020           57,237              -            -             57,237            7,247          163,343                170,590
 Net Transfers                                      -                -                -            -                -                -                -                      -
 Total Expenditures                              47,020           57,237              -            -             57,237            7,247          163,343                170,590
                      June 30, Fund Balance $       -     $          -     $          -    $       -     $          -     $          -     $          -           $          -
H.B.P.O.A. MAINTENANCE DISTRICT FUND: 566
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $       -     $          -     $          -    $       -     $          -     $          -     $             -        $          -
 Total Revenue                                   63,196           75,000              -            -             75,000           75,000                 -                75,000
 Net Transfers                                      -                -                -            -                -                -                   -                   -
 Total Expenditures                              63,196           75,000              -            -             75,000           75,000                 -                75,000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $       -     $          -     $          -    $       -     $          -     $          -     $             -        $          -
ABANDONED VEHICLE FUND: 569
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $   149,977   $      168,777   $      2,908    $       -     $      171,685   $      185,777   $        4,908         $      190,685
 Total Revenue                                   33,708           29,000            -            2,000           31,000           29,000            2,000                 31,000
 Net Transfers                                      -                -              -              -                -                -                -                      -
 Total Expenditures                              12,000
                                                 12 000           12,000
                                                                  12 000            -              -             12,000
                                                                                                                 12 000           12,000
                                                                                                                                  12 000              -                   12,000
                                                                                                                                                                          12 000
                      June 30, Fund Balance $   171,685   $      185,777   $      2,908    $     2,000   $      190,685   $      202,777   $        6,908         $      209,685
URBAN FORESTRY FUND: 570
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $   115,462   $      102,962   $      6,939    $       -     $      109,901   $       89,512   $      130,225         $      219,737
 Total Revenue                                    9,008            2,000            -          130,236          132,236            2,000              -                    2,000
 Net Transfers                                      -                -              -              -                -                -                -                      -
 Total Expenditures                              14,569           15,450            400          6,550           22,400           15,450            2,050                 17,500
                      June 30, Fund Balance $   109,901   $       89,512   $      6,539    $   123,686   $      219,737   $       76,062   $      128,175         $      204,237
LIBRARY DONATION FUND: 571
 July 1, Fund Balance                       $     8,091   $        4,554   $      9,138    $       -     $       13,692   $        4,554   $                 90   $        4,644
 Total Revenue                                   22,952              -              -              -                -                -                   -                   -
 Net Transfers                                      -                -              -              -                -                -                   -                   -
 Total Expenditures                              17,351              -            9,048            -              9,048              -                   -                   -
                      June 30, Fund Balance $    13,692   $        4,554   $          90   $       -     $        4,644   $        4,554   $                 90   $        4,644




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                                                                        OTHER FUNDS
                                            2004-05                             2005-06                                                     2006-07
                                                          ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS              ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                            ACTUAL         BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED        BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
2003 CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION (C.O.P.) FUND: 026
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $ 1,088,310 $     18,341   $    (18,265) $       -     $            76   $        18,341   $      (17,558) $            783
  Total Revenue                                    8,729          -              -            707               707               -                -                 -
  Net Transfers                                  371,477    1,986,115            -            -           1,986,115         1,990,315              -           1,990,315
  Total Expenditures                           1,468,440    1,986,115            -            -           1,986,115         1,990,315              -           1,990,315
                       June 30, Fund Balance $         76 $    18,341   $    (18,265) $       707   $           783   $        18,341   $      (17,558) $            783
2004 CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION (C.O.P.) FUND: 027
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $       -    $       -     $    420,959   $      -     $      420,959    $          -      $      433,959   $      433,959
  Total Revenue                                  528,779          -              -         13,000           13,000               -              10,000           10,000
  Net Transfers                                   23,562          -          583,775          -            583,775               -             558,748          558,748
  Total Expenditures                             131,382          -          583,775          -            583,775               -             558,748          558,748
                       June 30, Fund Balance $   420,959 $        -     $    420,959   $   13,000   $      433,959    $          -      $      443,959   $      443,959
PLEAS. TOWNSHIP COUNTY WATER (P.T.C.W.D. #3) FUND: 276
  July 1, Fund Balance                       $   545,523 $    522,223   $     18,158   $       -    $      540,381    $      502,923    $        7,475 $        510,398
  Total Revenue                                   13,266        8,000            -          (2,233)          5,767             8,000             4,000           12,000
  Net Transfers                                      -            -              -             -               -                 -                 -                -
  Total Expenditures                              18,408       27,300            -           8,450          35,750            27,300               (20)          27,280
                       June 30, Fund Balance $   540,381 $    502,923   $     18,158   $   (10,683) $      510,398    $      483,623    $       11,495 $        495,118




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Summary of Revenues and Transfers by Funds
                            2005-06/2006-07 OPERATING BUDGET MID-YEAR AND MID-TERM REVIEW
                                        SUMMARY OF REVENUES & TRANSFERS BY FUND
                                                                               GENERAL FUND
                                                   2004-05                               2005-06                                                          2006-07
                                                                    ORIGINAL               AMENDMENTS                 ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                   ACTUAL           BUDGET        PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
PROPERTY TAXES
 Secured Property Tax                              30,423,570        32,887,680             -          (137,680)       32,750,000        34,860,941          181,559        35,042,500
 Unsecured Property Tax                             2,069,715         2,184,000             -           (20,000)        2,164,000         2,293,200          (21,000)        2,272,200
 Delinquent Taxes                                     886,402           581,400             -           169,000           750,400           610,470          139,930           750,400
 Supplemental Assessment                            1,592,462         1,556,813             -           477,000         2,033,813         1,401,132           98,868         1,500,000
 VLF (In-Lieu)                                      3,579,806         3,836,654             -           486,000         4,322,654         4,066,853              -           4,066,853
 ERAF III                                          (1,881,089)       (2,003,360)            -           122,271        (1,881,089)              -                -                 -
                                      SUBTOTAL $   36,670,866 $      39,043,187 $           -     $   1,096,591 $      40,139,778 $      43,232,596   $      399,357 $      43,631,953
OTHER TAXES
 Sales and Use Tax                                 19,885,692        19,635,000             -            (19,635)      19,615,365        20,616,750          655,284        21,272,034
 Public Safety Sales Tax                              355,906           372,750             -             10,000          382,750           391,388              -             391,388
 Hotel and Motel Tax                                2,798,869         2,997,500             -            (25,000)       2,972,500         3,177,350         (115,675)        3,061,675
 Business Licenses                                  2,947,848         3,097,500             -           (125,000)       2,972,500         3,097,500          (35,825)        3,061,675
 Other Taxes                                        1,334,229         1,015,250             -            390,000        1,405,250           946,013          169,500         1,115,513
                                      SUBTOTAL $   27,322,544   $    27,118,000   $         -     $      230,365 $     27,348,365   $    28,229,001   $      673,284 $      28,902,285
LOCAL REVENUES
 Licenses and Miscellaneous Permits                    64,365            59,934             -             (4,400)          55,534            62,932           (2,205)           60,727
 Building Permits                                   2,224,005         2,478,000             -           (365,000)       2,113,000         2,601,900         (201,900)        2,400,000
 Fines and Forfeitures                                550,122           551,250             -            (77,000)         474,250           578,813              -             578,813
 Interest Income and Rent                             631,869           420,571             -            246,000          666,571           440,538          250,000           690,538
 Franchise Fees                                     1,465,139         1,531,528             -             28,253        1,559,781         1,608,105              -           1,608,105
 Planning and Zoning                                  162,172            95,529             -            106,253          201,782            97,807              -              97,807
 Plan Check Fees                                      922,259         1,054,253             -            (26,750)       1,027,503         1,106,966         (105,000)        1,001,966
 Public Works Fees                                    341,032           328,971             -             26,290          355,261           343,105              -             343,105
 Miscellaneous Revenue                              2,223,512         1,819,411         318,175          (80,230)       2,057,356         1,901,758              -           1,901,758
 Library Fee Revenue                                   82,571            83,755             -              3,000           86,755            87,944              -              87,944
 Recreation Revenue                                 3,232,459         3,383,290             -             47,377        3,430,667         3,508,301           40,837         3,549,138
                              SUBTOTAL         $   11,899,505   $    11,806,492   $     318,175   $      (96,207) $    12,028,460   $    12,338,169   $      (18,268) $     12,319,901
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES
  Vehicle License Fee                                 714,960          400,000              -         1,071,257         1,471,257         1,556,257        (1,136,257)         420,000
  Homeowners Tax Exemption                            392,780          399,000              -           (22,843)          376,157           418,950               -            418,950
  Other                                               196,787          174,960              -            23,875           198,835           252,708           (58,570)         194,138
                               SUBTOTAL        $    1,304,527   $      973,960    $         -     $   1,072,289 $       2,046,249   $     2,227,915   $    (1,194,827) $     1,033,088
INTERFUND REVENUES
  Reimbursements                                    1,488,280         1,599,629             -            (8,101)        1,591,528         1,691,978             (374)        1,691,604
  Overhead                                          1,219,479         1,378,302             -             4,578         1,382,880         1,473,117           (7,534)        1,465,583
                               SUBTOTAL        $    2,707,759   $     2,977,931   $         -     $      (3,523) $      2,974,408   $     3,165,095   $       (7,908) $      3,157,187
           TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES         $   79,905,201   $    81,919,570   $     318,175   $   2,299,515 $      84,537,260   $    89,192,776   $     (148,362) $     89,044,414




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                                                                       GENERAL FUND (continued)
                                               2004-05                                2005-06                                                              2006-07
                                                                  ORIGINAL                AMENDMENTS                 ADJUSTED           ORIGINAL       RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                               ACTUAL             BUDGET         PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED         BUDGET             BUDGET         AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
OPERATING TRANSFERS
  Transfers In - From:
    Transit Fund                                    1,756                  -               -               -                  -                  -                -                 -
    Asset Seizure Fund                                -                    -               -               -                  -                  -             23,640            23,640
  Transfers (Out) - To:
    Storm Drain Fund (Operating Subsidy)         (100,000)           (100,000)             -               -            (100,000)          (100,000)              -             (100,000)
                  NET OPERATING TRANSFERS $       (98,244) $         (100,000) $           -     $         -     $      (100,000) $        (100,000) $         23,640    $       (76,360)
           TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES
                   AND OPERATING TRANSFERS $   79,806,957     $    81,819,570    $     318,175   $   2,299,515   $    84,437,260    $    89,092,776    $     (124,722) $      88,968,054
CAPITAL TRANSFERS
  Transfers In - From:
    Golf Capital Fund                           2,356,500                  -               -               -                  -                  -                   -                -
  Transfers (Out) from Operations - To:
    Miscellaneous C.I.P.                        (2,075,000)        (3,000,000)             -               -          (3,000,000)        (2,000,000)                 -        (2,000,000)
    Street C.I.P.                               (1,300,000)               -                -               -                 -           (1,000,000)                 -        (1,000,000)
    Park C.I.P.                                 (2,425,000)        (2,000,000)             -               -          (2,000,000)        (2,000,000)                 -        (2,000,000)
  Transfers (Out) from Capital - To:
    Miscellaneous C.I.P.                        (2,356,500)               -                -               -                 -                  -                  -                 -
    Miscellaneous C.I.P. Reserve                       -                  -                -               -                 -                  -           (1,800,000)       (1,800,000)
  Golf Debt/Cash Flow Reserve:                         -           (         )
                                                                   (1,600,000)             -               -          (         )
                                                                                                                      (1,600,000)               -             (       )
                                                                                                                                                              (500,000)         (       )
                                                                                                                                                                                (500,000)
                     NET CAPITAL TRANSFERS $    (5,800,000) $      (6,600,000) $           -     $         -     $    (6,600,000) $      (5,000,000) $      (2,300,000) $     (7,300,000)

                  TOTAL GENERAL FUND
                                      $        74,006,957     $    75,219,570    $     318,175   $   2,299,515   $    77,837,260    $    84,092,776    $    (2,424,722) $     81,668,054
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                                                                               ENTERPRISE FUNDS
                                                   2004-05                                  2005-06                                                        2006-07
                                                                    ORIGINAL                AMENDMENTS                 ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                                   ACTUAL           BUDGET         PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
STORM DRAIN OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (O&M) FUND: 343
  Urban Runoff Fees                                     493,576        496,000               -               -            496,000           498,000               -             498,000
  Misc Reimbursements                                       360            -                 -               -                -                 -                 -                 -
  Interest Earnings                                      17,923         10,000               -               558           10,558            10,000               -              10,000
  Penalties                                               2,074            -                 -               -                -                 -                 -                 -
  Interfund Reimbursement                               145,071        161,126               -            (3,349)         157,777           166,868            (1,332)          165,536
                                     Total Revenues $   659,004 $      667,126     $         -     $      (2,791) $       664,335    $      674,868    $       (1,332) $        673,536
    Transfers In - From:
        General Fund (Operating Subsidy)                100,000        100,000               -               -            100,000           100,000                  -          100,000
                            Net Operating Transfers $   100,000 $      100,000     $         -     $         -     $      100,000    $      100,000    $             -   $      100,000
                      TOTAL STORM DRAIN O&M
                     REVENUES AND TRANSFERS $           759,004 $      767,126     $         -     $      (2,791) $       764,335    $      774,868    $       (1,332) $        773,536
GOLF COURSE OPERATIONS FUND: 376
  Green Fees                                                -                -               -         1,423,593         1,423,593         1,911,800          104,280          2,016,080
  Other Revenues                                            -                -               -           983,837           983,837         1,360,700           44,060          1,404,760
  Interest Earnings                                      32,869              -               -               -                 -                 -                -                  -
                                     Total Revenues $    32,869 $            -     $         -     $   2,407,430   $     2,407,430   $     3,272,500   $      148,340    $     3,420,840
    Transfers In - From:
      Golf Capital Fund                               1,700,000             -                -               -                 -                  -               -                 -
      General Fund Golf Debt Reserve                        -         1,600,000              -                           1,600,000                -           500,000           500,000
    Transfers (Out) - To:
      Debt Service - Golf Course                            -               -          (1,593,095)           -          (1,593,095)               -         (1,592,120)       (1,592,120)
                                      Net Transfers $ 1,700,000 $     1,600,000    $   (1,593,095) $         -     $         6,905 $              -    $    (1,092,120) $     (1,092,120)
                      TOTAL GOLF OPERATIONS
                     REVENUES AND TRANSFERS $         1,732,869 $     1,600,000    $   (1,593,095) $   2,407,430   $     2,414,335   $     3,272,500   $     (943,780) $       2,328,720




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                                                                            ENTERPRISE FUNDS (continued)
                                                       2004-05                               2005-06                                                           2006-07
                                                                         ORIGINAL               AMENDMENTS                 ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                                       ACTUAL            BUDGET        PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
WATER OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (O&M) FUND: 381
  Water Sales                                          14,269,522         16,005,000             -         (1,200,000)      14,805,000        16,305,000         (100,000)        16,205,000
  Meter Sales                                              91,500             75,000             -                -             75,000            75,000              -               75,000
  Interest Income                                         240,044            200,000             -             60,000          260,000           200,000           40,000            240,000
  Other Revenue                                           369,884                -               -             10,455           10,455               -                -                  -
  Interfund Water Sales (General Fund)                    991,006          1,128,210             -           (190,000)         938,210         1,132,710              -            1,132,710
  Interfund Reimbursement (Sewer Fund)                    289,931            314,732             -                752          315,484           333,288              825            334,113
                                      Total Revenues $ 16,251,887    $    17,722,942   $         -     $   (1,318,793) $    16,404,149   $    18,045,998   $      (59,175) $      17,986,823
    Transfers In - From:
      Water Improvement Fund                                  -                   -          242,568             -            242,568                 -           236,583           236,583
      Water Replacement Fund                               19,072                 -          485,138             -            485,138                 -           473,173           473,173
    Transfers (Out) - To:
      Water Replacement Fund
        - Annual Replacement Accruals                  (1,850,000)        (1,850,000)            -               -          (1,850,000)       (1,850,000)                -        (1,850,000)
        - Polybutylene Repairs                           (100,000)               -               -               -                 -            (100,000)                -          (100,000)
        - 2004 Water Revenue Bonds                       (473,398)          (485,138)            -               -            (485,138)         (473,173)                           (473,173)
                            Net Operating Transfers $  (2,404,326)   $    (2,335,138) $      727,706   $         -     $    (1,607,432) $     (2,423,173) $       709,756    $    (1,713,417)
                              TOTAL WATER O&M
                     REVENUES AND TRANSFERS $ 13 847 561
                                                       13,847,561    $    15 387 804
                                                                          15,387,804   $     727 706
                                                                                             727,706   $   (1 318 793) $
                                                                                                           (1,318,793)      14 796 717
                                                                                                                            14,796,717   $    15 622 825
                                                                                                                                              15,622,825   $      650 581
                                                                                                                                                                  650,581    $    16 273 406
                                                                                                                                                                                  16,273,406
SEWER OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (O&M) FUND: 383
  Sewer Service Charges                                10,771,582         10,800,000             -               -          10,800,000        11,100,000              -           11,100,000
  Interest Income                                         130,968             90,000             -            50,000           140,000           100,000           50,000            150,000
  Other Revenue                                           123,591              5,000             -               -               5,000             5,000              -                5,000
  Interfund Sewer Usage (General Fund)                     57,388             61,190             -               -              61,190            61,190              -               61,190
                                      Total Revenues $ 11,083,529    $    10,956,190   $         -     $      50,000   $    11,006,190   $    11,266,190   $       50,000    $    11,316,190
    Transfers In - From:
    Sewer Replacement Fund                                180,117                 -          341,157             -            341,157                 -           334,240           334,240
    Sewer Improvement Fund                                230,511                 -          301,315             -            301,315                 -           299,504           299,504
    Transfers (Out) - To:
      Sewer Replacement Fund
        - Annual Replacement Accruals                  (1,197,000)        (1,100,000)            -               -          (1,100,000)       (1,100,000)             -           (1,100,000)
        - 2002 Sewer Revenue Bonds                       (180,117)          (181,020)            -               -            (181,020)         (183,302)             -             (183,302)
        - 2004 Sewer Revenue Bonds                       (126,452)          (160,137)            -               -            (160,137)         (150,938)             -             (150,938)
                            Net Operating Transfers $  (1,092,941)   $    (1,441,157) $      642,472   $         -     $      (798,685) $     (1,434,240) $       633,744    $      (800,496)
                               TOTAL SEWER O&M
                     REVENUES AND TRANSFERS $           9,990,588    $     9,515,033   $     642,472   $      50,000   $    10,207,505   $     9,831,950   $      683,744    $    10,515,694

          TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND
                                                   $   26,330,022    $    27,269,963   $    (222,917) $    1,135,846   $    28,182,892   $    29,502,143   $      389,213    $    29,891,356
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                                                                         INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
                                                    2004-05                              2005-06                                                             2006-07
                                                                     ORIGINAL               AMENDMENTS                   ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                                    ACTUAL           BUDGET        PREV. ADOPTED     RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
EMPLOYEE BENEFIT FUND: 006
 Benefit, Retirement, & Leave Revenue               16,196,004        20,374,851               -         (369,977)        20,004,874        22,517,679          304,224         22,821,903
 Interest Income                                        99,305           135,000               -          (10,000)           125,000           150,000              -              150,000
                                        TOTAL $     16,295,309   $    20,509,851   $           -     $   (379,977) $      20,129,874   $    22,667,679   $      304,224    $    22,971,903
L.P.F.D. REPLACEMENT FUND: 037
 Revenue                                                76,500           76,500                -            1,530            78,030            78,030             1,560            79,590
 Interest Income                                         4,564            8,329                -            3,000            11,329            10,494               -              10,494
                                        TOTAL $         81,064   $       84,829    $           -     $      4,530    $       89,359    $       88,524    $        1,560    $       90,084
PUBLIC ART ACQUISITION FUND: 038
 Transfers In/(Out)                                        -                -                  -              -                 -                 -                    -              -
 Revenue                                                40,000           40,000                -              -              40,000            40,000                  -           40,000
 Donations                                                 -                -                  -           40,000            40,000               -                    -              -
 Interest Income                                         3,195            4,500                -            2,000             6,500             6,000                  -            6,000
                                TOTAL $                 43,195   $       44,500    $           -     $     42,000    $       86,500    $       46,000    $             -   $       46,000
PUBLIC ART MAINTENANCE FUND: 039
 Revenue                                                10,000           10,000                -              -              10,000            10,000                  -           10,000
 Interest Income                                           545              400                -              400               800               400                  -              400
                                        TOTAL $         10,545   $       10,400    $           -     $        400    $       10,800    $       10,400    $             -   $       10,400
VEHICLE REPLACEMENT FUND: 041
 Vehicle Replacement Revenue                           250,000          312,000                -               -            312,000           399,360               -             399,360
 Sale of Property & Other                               11,294              -                  -               -                -                 -                 -                 -
 Interest Income                                        42,488           67,172                -           (10,000)          57,172            73,154           (10,000)           63,154
                               TOTAL $                 303,782   $      379,172    $           -     $     (10,000) $       369,172    $      472,514    $      (10,000) $        462,514
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND: 042
 Equipment Replacement Revenue                         230,000          433,500                -               -            433,500           477,405               -             477,405
 Property Sale                                           9,790              -                  -             2,798            2,798               -                 -                 -
 Interest Income                                        55,083           87,424                -           (10,000)          77,424           100,025           (15,000)           85,025
                                          TOTAL $      294,873   $      520,924    $           -     $      (7,202) $       513,722    $      577,430    $      (15,000) $        562,430
FACILITIES RENOVATION FUND: 043
 Facilities Replacement & Improvement Revenue     1,016,600       -                            -         1,250,000         1,250,000          743,848           200,000            943,848
 Misc. Reimbursements                                 5,000       -                            -               -                 -                -              13,000             13,000
 Interest Income                                     42,279    55,672                          -            25,000            80,672           55,946            25,000             80,946
                                          TOTAL $ 1,063,879 $  55,672              $           -     $   1,275,000   $     1,330,672   $      799,794    $      238,000    $     1,037,794
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND: 046
  Information Systems Replacement Revenue            50,000   393,100                       29,919            -             423,019           366,893                  -          366,893
  Interest Income                                    74,493    77,112                          -           10,000            87,112            86,707                  -           86,707
                                          TOTAL $   124,493 $ 470,212              $        29,919   $     10,000    $      510,131    $      453,600    $             -   $      453,600



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                                             2004-05                              2005-06                                                           2006-07
                                                              ORIGINAL               AMENDMENTS                 ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                             ACTUAL           BUDGET        PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
PLEAS. FIRE APPARATUS REPLACEMENT FUND: 047
 Fire Vehicle Replacement Revenue              360,700               -                -               -                -             181,571               -             181,571
 Interest Income                                34,794            51,040              -           (10,000)          41,040            63,802           (10,000)           53,802
                                    TOTAL $    395,494    $       51,040    $         -     $     (10,000) $        41,040    $      245,373    $      (10,000) $        235,373
POLICE VEHICLE REPLACEMENT FUND: 048
 Patrol Vehicle Replacement Revenue            205,000            22,050              -              -              22,050           249,312                  -          249,312
 Sale of Property                               22,308               -                -           21,988            21,988               -                    -              -
 Miscellaneous Reimbursement                    13,766               -                -              -                 -                 -                    -              -
 Interest Income                                17,290            19,103              -              -              19,103            16,621                  -           16,621
                                    TOTAL $    258,364    $       41,153    $         -     $     21,988    $       63,141    $      265,933    $             -   $      265,933
PARK & MEDIAN RENOVATION FUND: 050
 Park Renovation Revenue                       930,000               -                -           925,000           925,000         1,060,900          312,000          1,372,900
 Transfers In/(Out)                           (770,500)              -          2,931,697          75,000         3,006,697               -                -                  -
 Interest Income                                80,945           133,236              -            27,000           160,236           175,333              -              175,333
                                    TOTAL $    240,445    $      133,236    $   2,931,697   $   1,027,000   $     4,091,933   $     1,236,233   $      312,000    $     1,548,233
STREET LIGHT REPLACEMENT FUND: 052
 Replacement Revenue                           125,000            14,800              -               -             14,800           169,744                  -          169,744
 Interest Income                                32,202            45,216              -               -             45,216            47,245                  -           47,245
                                    TOTAL $    157,202    $       60,016    $         -     $         -     $       60,016    $      216,989    $             -   $      216,989
TRAFFIC SIGNAL REPLACEMENT FUND: 053
 Replacement Revenue                           312,750               -                -               -                -             300,883                  -          300,883
 Interest Income                                14,666            23,103              -               -             23,103            20,368                  -           20,368
                                    TOTAL $    327,416    $       23,103    $         -     $         -     $       23,103    $      321,251    $             -   $      321,251
L.P.F.D. RETIREES' MEDICAL RESERVE FUND: 216
 Benefits Accruals                             900,000          1,200,000             -              -            1,200,000         1,200,000          200,000          1,400,000
 Interest Income                               182,951            260,000             -           10,000            270,000           360,000          (40,000)           320,000
                                    TOTAL $  1,082,951    $     1,460,000   $         -     $     10,000    $     1,470,000   $     1,560,000   $      160,000 $        1,720,000
WORKERS COMPENSATION FUND: 217
 Compensation Insurance Revenue                519,263           648,100              -            (1,130)         646,970           710,920            (1,330)          709,590
 Miscellaneous Reimbursement                       500               -                -            52,844           52,844               -                 -                 -
 Interest Income                                60,677            70,000              -           (10,000)          60,000           100,000           (30,000)           70,000
                                    TOTAL $    580,440    $      718,100    $         -     $      41,714 $        759,814    $      810,920    $      (31,330) $        779,590
SELF-INSURANCE RETENTION FUND: 218
 Self-Insurance Retention Revenue            1,000,000          1,000,000             -              -            1,000,000         1,000,000                 -         1,000,000
 Misc. Reimbursements                              -                  -               -            3,940              3,940               -                   -               -
 Interest Income                               197,409            240,000             -           20,000            260,000           320,000                 -           320,000
                                    TOTAL $  1,197,409    $     1,240,000   $         -     $     23,940    $     1,263,940   $     1,320,000   $             -   $     1,320,000



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                                              2004-05                              2005-06                                                           2006-07
                                                               ORIGINAL               AMENDMENTS                 ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                              ACTUAL           BUDGET        PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
L.P.F.D. WORKERS COMPENSATION FUND: 219
 Benefits Accruals                               692,596          750,933              -               -            750,933            900,444         (100,000)         800,444
 Interest Income                                  50,644           70,000              -               -             70,000            100,000              -            100,000
                                TOTAL $          743,240   $      820,933    $         -     $         -     $      820,933    $     1,000,444   $     (100,000) $       900,444
RETIREES' MEDICAL RESERVE FUND: 222
 Benefits Accruals                             1,600,000         2,700,000             -              -            2,700,000         2,850,000          375,000         3,225,000
 Interest Income                                 440,222           575,000             -           25,000            600,000           800,000          (50,000)          750,000
                                TOTAL $        2,040,222   $     3,275,000   $         -     $     25,000    $     3,300,000   $     3,650,000   $      325,000 $       3,975,000

    TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUND
                                          $   25,240,323   $    29,898,141   $   2,961,616   $   2,074,393   $    34,934,150   $    35,743,084   $    1,174,454   $    36,917,538
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                                                                     SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
                                               2004-05                              2005-06                                                            2006-07
                                                                ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                  ADJUSTED            ORIGINAL     RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                               ACTUAL           BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED     RECOMMENDED        BUDGET              BUDGET       AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
D.A.R.E. FUND: 221
 Contributions & Donations                          6,865            4,000               -            3,068            7,068               4,000                 -            4,000
 Interest Income                                      509              200               -              300              500                 200                 -              200
                                   TOTAL   $        7,374   $        4,200   $           -     $      3,368   $        7,568      $        4,200   $             -   $        4,200
ASSET FORFEITURE FUND: 225
 Transfers In/(Out)                                   -                -                 -              -                -                   -            (23,640)           (23,640)
 Asset Forfeitures/Property Sale                      -                -                 -              -                -                   -                -                  -
 Miscellaneous                                     33,228              -                 -           36,040           36,040                 -                -                  -
 Interest Income                                    1,292              500               -            1,000            1,500                 500              -                  500
                                   TOTAL   $       34,520   $          500   $           -     $     37,040   $       37,540      $          500   $      (23,640) $         (23,140)
DOWNTOWN PARKING FUND: 226
 Interest Earnings                                  4,893            6,000               -              -              6,000               8,000                 -            8,000
                                  TOTAL $           4,893   $        6,000   $           -     $        -     $        6,000      $        8,000   $             -   $        8,000
RECYCLING & WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND: 230
 State Grant                                  -                        -              31,500            -             31,500                 -                -                 -
 Measure D County Recycling Funds         359,075                  277,600               -           18,353          295,953             277,600           18,353           295,953
 Interest Income                           44,331                   30,000               -           20,000           50,000              30,000           20,000            50,000
                                  TOTAL $ 403,406           $      307,600   $        31,500   $     38,353   $      377,453      $      307,600   $       38,353    $      345,953
SENIOR CENTER DONATION FUND: 234
 Miscellaneous Donations                    1,200                        -               -             555               555                   -                 -                -
                                  TOTAL $   1,200           $            -   $           -     $       555    $          555      $            -   $             -   $            -
MISCELLANEOUS DONATION FUND: 235
 Miscellaneous Donations                   10,500                      -                 -            1,300            1,300                 -                   -              -
 Interest Income                            1,341                      500               -            1,000            1,500                 500                 -              500
                                  TOTAL $  11,841           $          500   $           -     $      2,300   $        2,800      $          500   $             -   $          500
YOUTH MASTER PLAN FUND: 238
 Miscellaneous                                100                        -               -              -                  -                   -                 -                -
 Interest Income                                49                       -               -              50                   50                -                 -                -
                                  TOTAL $     149           $            -   $           -     $        50    $              50   $            -   $             -   $            -
DOWNTOWN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND: 263
 Interest Income                              505                       -                -             500                500                  -                 -                -
 Transfers In/(Out)                           -                     (10,000)             -             -              (10,000)                 -                 -                -
                                  TOTAL $     505           $       (10,000) $           -     $       500    $        (9,500) $               -   $             -   $            -




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                                                  2004-05                             2005-06                                                            2006-07
                                                                   ORIGINAL               AMENDMENTS                 ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                                  ACTUAL           BUDGET        PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED         BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
LOWER INCOME HOUSING FUND: 271
 Housing Fees                                      1,261,594         2,843,200         826,187       (2,869,387)         800,000         2,970,750         (747,477)         2,223,273
 Interest Income                                     366,528           255,000             -            125,000          380,000           255,000          100,000            355,000
 Contributions & Donations                               -                 -               -             15,000           15,000               -                -                  -
 State Grant                                          60,000               -           390,000        1,500,000        1,890,000               -                -                  -
 Transfers In/(Out)                                1,555,273               -               -                -                -                 -                -                  -
                                     TOTAL    $    3,243,395   $     3,098,200   $   1,216,187   $   (1,229,387) $     3,085,000   $     3,225,750   $     (647,477) $       2,578,273
RIDGEVIEW MORTGAGE FUND: 273
 Interest Income                                     8,684              6,000              -             4,000           10,000             6,000             4,000            10,000
                                        TOTAL $      8,684     $        6,000    $         -     $       4,000   $       10,000    $        6,000    $        4,000    $       10,000
LIVERMORE-PLEASANTON FIRE DEPARTMENT FUND: 280
 Contributions - Livermore                      10,866,324          12,498,740             -           (117,102)      12,381,638        13,237,927          (86,558)        13,151,369
 Contribtuions - Pleasanton                     11,185,925          12,423,527         101,332           33,444       12,558,303        13,064,599           31,091         13,095,690
 Donations                                           9,350                 -               -              5,842            5,842               -                -                  -
 Interest Income                                    30,714              15,000             -                -             15,000            15,000              -               15,000
 Fire Training                                       6,072               2,500             -             12,800           15,300             2,500           (1,000)             1,500
 Miscellaneous                                     246,523               6,000               0           68,850           74,850             6,000            1,000              7,000
 Distribute Revenues to Cities                         -               (38,700)            -            (87,492)        (126,192)          (38,700)             -              (38,700)
 Interfund R i b          t (U d G t)
 I t f d Reimbursement (Used Oil Grant)                688              15 200
                                                                        15,200             -                -             15 200
                                                                                                                          15,200            15 200
                                                                                                                                            15,200              -               15 200
                                                                                                                                                                                15,200
                                        TOTAL $ 22,345,596     $    24,922,267 $       101,332   $      (83,658) $    24,939,941 $      26,302,526 $        (55,467) $      26,247,059
USED OIL GRANT FUND: 515
 Interest Income                                     2,250                -                -               -                -                 -                    -              -
 Grant                                              16,094             21,206              -            21,244           42,450            21,206                  -           21,206
 Misc Reimbursement                                 15,774             24,443              -            22,226           46,669            24,443                  -           24,443
                                        TOTAL $     34,118     $       45,649    $         -     $      43,470   $       89,119    $       45,649    $             -   $       45,649
LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND: 517
 Interest Income                                     3,324                  -              -             3,000            3,000                 -             3,000              3,000
 Grant                                             100,000                  -              -           100,000          100,000                 -               -                  -
                                        TOTAL $    103,324     $            -    $         -     $     103,000   $      103,000    $            -    $        3,000    $         3,000
MISCELLANEOUS FEDERAL BLOCK GRANT FUND: 518
 Transfers In/(Out)                                    -                    -              -               -                -                   -                  -                -
 Interest Income                                         (1)                -              -               -                -                   -                  -                -
 Grant                                                 -                    -          318,175             -            318,175                 -                  -                -
                                        TOTAL $          (1)   $            -    $     318,175   $         -     $      318,175    $            -    $             -   $            -
LEMOINE GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 527
 Assessment District Payments                       14,014             12,800              -             (6,770)          6,030            12,800            (6,500)             6,300
 Interest Income                                       416                200              -                300             500               200               -                  200
                                        TOTAL $     14,430     $       13,000    $         -     $       (6,470) $        6,530    $       13,000    $       (6,500) $           6,500



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                                             2004-05                             2005-06                                                        2006-07
                                                              ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                ADJUSTED         ORIGINAL     RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                             ACTUAL           BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED   RECOMMENDED        BUDGET           BUDGET       AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
LAUREL CREEK GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 528
 Assessment District Payments                    31,511           32,000             -              -             32,000           32,000              -              32,000
 Interest Income                                  6,514            4,500             -            3,000            7,500            4,500            3,000             7,500
 Interfund Reimbursment (Water Fund)                600              607             -                7              614              607                7               614
                                         TOTAL $ 38,625   $       37,107   $         -     $      3,007   $       40,114   $       37,107   $        3,007    $       40,114
PONDEROSA LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 531
 Assessment District Payments                     5,795            5,600             -             -               5,600            5,600                 -            5,600
 Interest Income                                  1,449            1,000             -             600             1,600            1,000                 -            1,000
 Interfund Reimbursment (General Fund)            9,720            9,720             -             -               9,720            9,720                 -            9,720
                                         TOTAL $ 16,964   $       16,320   $         -     $       600    $       16,920   $       16,320   $             -   $       16,320
WINDSOR LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 532
 Assessment District Payments                    23,752           24,000             -              -             24,000           24,000                 -           24,000
 Interest Income                                    578              200             -              -                200              200                 -              200
                                         TOTAL $ 24,330   $       24,200   $         -     $        -     $       24,200   $       24,200   $             -   $       24,200
MOLLER GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 533
 Assessment District Payments                     8,418            8,500             -             -               8,500            8,500                 -            8,500
 Interest Income                                  1,158              800             -             400             1,200              800                 -              800
 Interfund Reimbursment (General Fund)               87               89             -             -                  89               89                 -               89
                                         TOTAL $  9,663   $        9,389   $         -     $       400    $        9,789   $        9,389   $             -   $        9,389
OAK TREE FARM GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT FUND: 534
 Assessment District Payments                    12,805           12,400             -           (3,000)           9,400           12,400                 -           12,400
 Interest Income                                    365              200             -              -                200              200                 -              200
 Interfund Reimbursment (General Fund)              229              234             -              -                234              234                 -              234
                                         TOTAL $ 13,399   $       12,834   $         -     $     (3,000) $         9,834   $       12,834   $             -   $       12,834
BONDE LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 537
 Assessment District Payments                    25,910           25,700             -             -              25,700           25,700                 -           25,700
 Interest Income                                  2,097            1,400             -             300             1,700            1,400                 -            1,400
 Interfund Reimbursment (Water Fund)                257              253             -             -                 253              253                 -              253
                                         TOTAL $ 28,264   $       27,353   $         -     $       300    $       27,653   $       27,353   $             -   $       27,353
MOLLER RANCH LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 539
 Assessment District Payments                    55,207           55,500             -             -              55,500           55,500                 -           55,500
 Interest Income                                  3,392            2,400             -             800             3,200            2,400                 -            2,400
 Interfund Reimbursment (GF & Water Fund)         1,140            1,122             -             -               1,122            1,122                 -            1,122
                                         TOTAL $ 59,739   $       59,022   $         -     $       800    $       59,822   $       59,022   $             -   $       59,022
RIDGEVIEW COMMONS HOUSING FUND: 541
 Rent                                             2,400            2,500             -             500             3,000            2,500           (2,500)              -
 Interest                                           803              600             -             400             1,000              600              -                 600
                                         TOTAL $  3,203   $        3,100   $         -     $       900    $        4,000   $        3,100   $       (2,500) $            600


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                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (continued)
                                             2004-05                             2005-06                                                              2006-07
                                                              ORIGINAL               AMENDMENTS                   ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                             ACTUAL           BUDGET        PREV. ADOPTED    RECOMMENDED          BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS            BUDGET
OAK TREE FARM LANDSCAPE DISTRICT FUND: 542
 Assessment District Payments                   18,242            17,500               -              -               17,500            17,500                  -           17,500
 Interest Income                                   604               400               -              200                600               400                  -              400
 Interfund Reimbursment (General Fund)             474               466               -              -                  466               466                  -              466
                                       TOTAL $  19,320    $       18,366    $          -     $        200     $       18,566    $       18,366    $             -   $       18,366
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND: 548
 CDBG Funds                                    266,813           321,586          258,817              -             580,403           300,000           (12,437)          287,563
 Miscellaneous                                  39,681               -                -                -                 -                 -                 -                 -
 Transfers In/(Out)                                -              10,000              -                -              10,000               -                 -                 -
                                       TOTAL $ 306,494    $      331,586    $     258,817    $         -      $      590,403    $      300,000    $      (12,437) $        287,563
H.O.M.E. PROGRAM FUND: 560
 Fed Allocation                                 47,020            57,237               -               -              57,237              7,247          163,343           170,590
 Interest Income                                   -                 -                 -               -                 -                  -                -                 -
                                       TOTAL $  47,020    $       57,237    $          -     $         -      $       57,237    $         7,247   $      163,343    $      170,590
H.B.P.O.A. MAINTENANCE DISTRICT FUND: 566
 Miscellaneous Reimbursements                   63,196            75,000               -               -              75,000            75,000                  -           75,000
                                       TOTAL $  63,196    $       75,000    $          -     $         -      $       75,000    $       75,000    $             -   $       75,000
ABANDONED VEHICLE FUND: 569
 Fines                                          29,761            28,000               -               -              28,000            28,000               -              28,000
 Interest Income                                 3,947             1,000               -             2,000             3,000             1,000             2,000             3,000
                                       TOTAL $  33,708    $       29,000    $          -     $       2,000    $       31,000    $       29,000    $        2,000    $       31,000
URBAN FORESTRY FUND: 570
 Fines                                           3,960                -                -              -                  -                  -                   -               -
 Misc. Reimbursement                             2,625                -                -          124,636            124,636                -                   -               -
 Contributions & Donations                         -                  -                -            3,600              3,600                -                   -               -
 Interest Income                                 2,423              2,000              -            2,000              4,000              2,000                 -             2,000
                                       TOTAL $   9,008    $         2,000   $          -     $    130,236     $      132,236    $         2,000   $             -   $         2,000
LIBRARY DONATION FUND: 571
 Misc Donations                                 22,562                 -               -               -                   -                 -                  -                -
 Interest Income                                   389                 -               -               -                   -                 -                  -                -
                                       TOTAL $  22,951    $            -    $          -     $         -      $            -    $            -    $             -   $            -

     TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
                                            $26,909,318       $29,096,430       $1,926,011       ($951,436)       $30,071,005       $30,534,663        ($534,318)       $30,000,345
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                                  SUMMARY OF REVENUES & TRANSFERS BY FUND
                                                                           OTHER FUNDS
                                             2004-05                                 2005-06                                                            2006-07
                                                            ORIGINAL                 AMENDMENTS                   ADJUSTED           ORIGINAL       RECOMMENDED           ADJUSTED
                                             ACTUAL          BUDGET         PREV. ADOPTED    RECOMMENDED           BUDGET             BUDGET        AMENDMENTS             BUDGET
2003 CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION (C.O.P.) FUND: 026
  Interest Income                                 8,729              -                 -               707                 707                -                   -                -
  Transfers In/(Out)                            371,477        1,986,115               -               -             1,986,115          1,990,315                 -          1,990,315
                                 TOTAL $        380,206 $      1,986,115    $          -     $         707    $      1,986,822   $      1,990,315   $             -   $      1,990,315
2004 CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION (C.O.P.) FUND: 027
  Interest Income                                 3,800               -               -             13,000             13,000                  -            10,000             10,000
  Assessment District Revenue                   524,979               -               -                -                  -                    -               -                  -
  Transfers In/(Out)                             23,562               -           583,775              -              583,775                  -           558,748            558,748
                                 TOTAL $        552,341 $             -     $     583,775    $      13,000    $       596,775    $             -    $      568,748    $       568,748
PLEAS. TOWNSHIP COUNTY WATER (P.T.C.W.D. #3) FUND: 276
  Interest Income                                12,116            8,000               -              4,000             12,000              8,000            4,000             12,000
  Total Fees                                      1,150              -                 -                -                  -                  -                -                  -
  Total Reimb                                       -                -                 -             (6,233)            (6,233)               -                -                  -
                                 TOTAL $         13,266 $          8,000    $          -     $       (2,233) $           5,767 $            8,000   $        4,000    $        12,000

     TOTAL OTHER FUND REVENUES                 $945,813       $1,994,115         $583,775          $11,474          $2,589,364         $1,998,315         $572,748          $2,571,063

        TOTAL OPERATING FUND
                                           $153 432 433
                                           $153,432,433     $163 478 219
                                                            $163,478,219        $5 566 660
                                                                                $5,566,660       $4 569 792
                                                                                                 $4,569,792       $173 614 671
                                                                                                                  $173,614,671       $181 870 981
                                                                                                                                     $181,870,981        ($822 625)
                                                                                                                                                         ($822,625)       $181 048 356
                                                                                                                                                                          $181,048,356
       REVENUES AND TRANSFERS




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      Operating Budget
Mid-Year and Mid-Term Review


 Summary of Expenditures by Funds
                           2005-06/2006-07 OPERATING BUDGET MID-YEAR AND MID-TERM REVIEW
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUNDS
                                                                                      GENERAL FUND
                                                       2004-05                                    2005-06                                                       2006-07
                                                                        ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                    ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                       ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED              BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
 City Council                                      $      121,190   $       105,391    $           -   $        24,940 $        130,331   $       108,771   $       21,585 $         130,356
 City Manager                                             643,754           891,414              -            (117,470)         773,944           938,860          (94,455)          844,405
 Law                                                    1,754,337         1,832,244              -             (10,516)       1,821,728         1,873,340           72,069         1,945,409
 Finance                                                2,451,174         2,756,284           69,285            45,952        2,871,521         2,899,810           44,916         2,944,726
 General Government                                       850,534         1,909,491        2,059,686        (1,643,048)       2,326,129         2,112,907         (429,194)        1,683,713
 Administrative Services                                3,532,312         3,935,331          283,911           (71,190)       4,148,052         4,120,663          (26,812)        4,093,851
                                       Subtotal:   $    9,353,301   $    11,430,155   $    2,412,882   $    (1,771,332) $    12,071,705   $    12,054,351   $     (411,891) $     11,642,460
PUBLIC SAFETY
 Fire (Pleasanton share of LPFD)                   $   11,886,820   $    12,689,929   $     101,332    $       22,904 $      12,814,165   $    13,537,691   $       13,431   $    13,551,122
 Police                                                17,057,990        19,752,380         497,832          (425,319)       19,824,893        21,259,901           34,657        21,294,558
                                       Subtotal:   $   28,944,810   $    32,442,309   $     599,164    $     (402,415) $     32,639,058   $    34,797,592   $       48,088   $    34,845,680
PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
 Planning                        $                      2,093,014   $     2,137,773   $     627,051    $      340,949   $     3,105,773   $     2,111,795   $      251,457   $     2,363,252
 Housing                                                  187,571           226,694             -               3,148           229,842           238,172           25,609           263,781
 Economic Development                                     439,142           546,774          77,200            39,780           663,754           582,303          288,263           870,566
                                       Subtotal:   $    2,719,726   $     2,911,241   $     704,251    $      383,877   $     3,999,369   $     2,932,270   $      565,329   $     3,497,599
PUBLIC WORKS
 Administration (incl Field Service)               $    1,007,043   $     1,053,971   $       3,500    $       32,455 $       1,089,926   $     1,121,402   $      (19,578) $      1,101,824
 Engineering Services                                   2,476,489         2,945,543          21,100           (41,682)        2,924,961         3,014,231          (34,657)        2,979,574
 Traffic                                                1,946,065         1,573,423         129,715          (140,480)        1,562,658         2,018,608           (7,631)        2,010,977
 Building & Safety                                      1,969,547         2,207,828          36,400            (7,510)        2,236,718         2,317,963          (51,756)        2,266,207
 NPID                                                      18,100            26,430             -                (460)           25,970            28,030             (622)           27,408
 Streets                                                2,560,598         2,955,126             -             (58,977)        2,896,149         3,127,873           (4,774)        3,123,099
 Support Services                                       4,150,509         3,478,796          55,589         1,245,520         4,779,905         4,341,005          191,969         4,532,974
                                       Subtotal:   $   14,128,350   $    14,241,117   $     246,304    $    1,028,866   $    15,516,287   $    15,969,112   $       72,951   $    16,042,063
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
 Parks & Community Services                        $   11,947,692   $    12,109,133   $     203,963    $      992,753 $      13,305,849   $    13,711,701   $      280,933 $      13,992,634
 Library Services                                       3,301,365         3,705,615          11,031            (2,049)        3,714,597         3,897,750             (132)        3,897,618
                                       Subtotal:   $   15,249,057   $    15,814,748   $     214,994    $      990,704   $    17,020,446   $    17,609,451   $      280,801   $    17,890,252
                                        TOTAL      $   70,395,244   $    76,839,570   $    4,177,595   $      229,700   $    81,246,865   $    83,362,776   $      555,278   $    83,918,054




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                                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUNDS
                                                                             ENTERPRISE FUNDS
                                                 2004-05                                   2005-06                                                       2006-07
                                                                  ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                   ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                 ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED             BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
Storm Drain                                 $       921,461   $       920,058   $       9,100   $      (29,688) $        899,470   $       946,750   $      (13,089) $        933,661
Golf                                                    -                 -               -          2,030,229         2,030,229         2,754,710          346,753         3,101,463
Water Operations & Maintenance                   11,897,413        14,463,239       1,145,669         (733,684)       14,875,224        15,284,347          563,825        15,848,172
Sewer Operations & Maintenance                    9,507,314         9,801,996         661,169           77,104        10,540,269        10,036,146          721,560        10,757,706
                                   TOTAL    $    22,326,187   $    25,185,293   $   1,815,938   $    1,343,961   $    28,345,192   $    29,021,953   $    1,619,049   $    30,641,002

                                                                       INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
                                                 2004-05                                   2005-06                                                       2006-07
                                                                  ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                   ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                 ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED             BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
Employee Benefit                             $   16,493,576   $    20,759,851   $           -   $    (369,977) $      20,389,874   $    22,667,679   $      304,224   $    22,971,903
L.P.F.D. Replacement                                 33,548            81,000             -               -               81,000            40,200              -              40,200
Public Art Acquisition                                  -               5,000             -            40,000             45,000             5,000              -               5,000
Public Art Maintenance                                2,875            10,000             -               -               10,000            10,000              -              10,000
Vehicle Replacement                                 369,968           407,000             -               -              407,000           546,000              -             546,000
Equipment Replacement                               370,536           411,500         254,503        (138,000)           528,003           599,900              -             599,900
Facilities Renovation                               534,818           636,200         759,620          84,500          1,480,320           516,100          660,000         1,176,100
Information Technology Equipment Replacement        327,291           473,100       1,388,898             -            1,861,998           443,100              -             443,100
Pleas. Fire Apparatus Replacement                       373               -               -               -                  -                 -                -                 -
Police Vehicle Replacement                          361,376           229,000          97,771             -              326,771           297,000              -             297,000
Park & Median Renovation                             16,098               -         2,821,278         197,000          3,018,278               -            579,000           579,000
Street Light Replacement                                -             206,000         200,000             -              406,000           230,000              -             230,000
Traffic Signal Replacement                           21,456           309,000           8,543             -              317,543           288,000              -             288,000
L.P.F.D. Retirees' Medical Reserve                  161,376           210,000             -               -              210,000           250,000           20,000           270,000
Workers Compensation                                379,121           942,000             -               -              942,000           942,000              -             942,000
Self-Insurance Retention                            471,813           926,000             -               -              926,000           926,000              -             926,000
L.P.F.D. Workers Compensation                       357,275           793,000             -               -              793,000           843,000              -             843,000
Retirees' Medical Reserve                           537,173           710,000             -               -              710,000           860,000           30,000           890,000
                                   TOTAL    $    20,438,673   $    27,108,651   $   5,530,613   $    (186,477) $      32,452,787   $    29,463,979   $    1,593,224   $    31,057,203




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                                         SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUNDS
                                                                      SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
                                                2004-05                                   2005-06                                                       2006-07
                                                                 ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                   ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED             BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
D.A.R.E.                                    $          297   $         6,000   $           -   $            - $           6,000   $         6,000   $        3,000 $           9,000
Asset Forfeiture                                    13,460            35,800             -              8,991            44,791             7,500              -               7,500
Downtown Parking                                       -                 -               -                -                 -                 -                -                 -
Recycling & Waste Management                       352,232           794,400         679,510           58,353         1,532,263           747,400           18,353           765,753
Senior Center Donation                                 -               1,500             -                -               1,500               -                -                 -
Miscellaneous Donation                                 -                 -               -              3,558             3,558               -                -                 -
Youth Master Plan                                      -                 -               -                -                 -                 -                -                 -
Downtown Economic Development Loan                     -                 -               -                -                 -                 -                -                 -
Lower Income Housing                               816,060           364,367       2,013,329        1,438,164         3,815,860           232,205           32,186           264,391
Ridgeview Mortgage                                     -                 -               -                -                 -                 -                -                 -
Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department            22,284,428        24,922,267         200,000          (83,658)       25,038,609        26,302,526          (55,464)       26,247,062
Used Oil Grant                                      31,867            45,649             -             43,470            89,119            45,649              -              45,649
Law Enforcement                                    166,917               -            94,038          103,000           197,038               -              3,000             3,000
Miscellaneous Federal Block Grant                    2,789               -           318,175              -             318,175               -                -                 -
Lemoine Geologic Hazard District                       -              11,400             -                -              11,400            11,400              -              11,400
Laurel Creek Geologic Hazard District                4,642            12,803             -                -              12,803            12,803              -              12,803
Ponderosa Landscape District                        11,312            14,150             -              5,500            19,650            14,150              -              14,150
Windsor Landscape District                          20,864            22,300             -             25,500            47,800            22,300              -              22,300
Moller Geologic Hazard District                      2,900             7,900             -                -               7,900             7,900              -               7,900
Oak Tree Farm Geologic Hazard District              12,428             8,900             -                -               8,900             8,900              -               8,900
Bonde Landscape District                            22,767            24,495             -             32,500            56,995            24,495              -              24,495
Moller Ranch Landscape District                     54,053            59,285             -             12,500            71,785            59,285              -              59,285
Ridgeview Commons Housing                              -               2,400             -              4,200             6,600             2,400           (2,400)              -
Oak Tree Farm Landscape District                    20,553            17,895             -              3,000            20,895            17,895              -              17,895
Community Development Block Grant                  306,494           331,586         258,817              -             590,403           300,000          (12,437)          287,563
H.O.M.E. Program                                    47,020            57,237             -                -              57,237             7,247          163,343           170,590
H.B.P.O.A. Maintenance District                     63,196            75,000             -                -              75,000            75,000              -              75,000
Abandoned Vehicle                                   12,000            12,000             -                -              12,000            12,000              -              12,000
Urban Forestry                                      14,569            15,450             400            6,550            22,400            15,450            2,050            17,500
Library Donation                                    17,351               -             9,048              -               9,048               -                -                 -
                                    TOTAL   $   24,278,201   $    26,842,784   $   3,573,317   $    1,661,628   $    32,077,729   $    27,932,505   $      151,631   $    28,084,136




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                                         SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUNDS
                                                                                  OTHER FUNDS
                                                   2004-05                                    2005-06                                                       2006-07
                                                                    ORIGINAL              AMENDMENTS                    ADJUSTED          ORIGINAL      RECOMMENDED          ADJUSTED
                                                   ACTUAL            BUDGET       PREV. ADOPTED RECOMMENDED              BUDGET            BUDGET        AMENDMENTS           BUDGET
2003 Certificates Of Participation (C.O.P.)    $    1,468,440   $     1,986,115   $           -    $           -    $     1,986,115   $     1,990,315   $            - $       1,990,315
2004 Certificates Of Participation (C.O.P.)           131,382               -           583,775              -              583,775               -            558,748           558,748
Pleas. Township County Water (P.T.C.W.D. #3)   $       18,408   $        27,300   $           -    $       8,450    $        35,750   $        27,300   $          (20) $         27,280
                                    TOTAL      $    1,618,230   $     2,013,415   $     583,775    $       8,450    $     2,605,640   $     2,017,615   $      558,728   $     2,576,343

                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 139,056,535              $ 157,989,713     $   15,681,238   $    3,057,262   $ 176,728,213     $ 171,798,828     $    4,477,910   $ 176,276,738




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SECTION II


   CIP
                                       SECTION II
                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                           Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

In June 2005, the City Council adopted the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for Fiscal Years
2005-06 through 2008-09 and approved the funding for all projects included in Fiscal Years
2005-06 and 2006-07. However, prior to beginning work on new funded projects approved for
Fiscal Year 2006-2007, a Mid-Term review of the CIP has been conducted to ensure that
revenues are available to fund approved and planned projects, to add or delete new and existing
projects so they are consistent with current workloads (scheduling) and adopted City Council
priorities, and to meet community expectations.

As a result of the City Council’s previous approval of this CIP, staff did not extensively
reprioritize projects. Rather, staff adhered to the current approved project funding schedule
except where change is determined to be essential. This action assures that new projects and
priorities will be introduced, generally, as part of the first year of a two-year CIP funding cycle
consistent with the City’s two-year budget process. As a result, the Mid-Term Capital
Improvement Program is both consistent with the City’s two-year budget cycle and the needs of
the community. Notwithstanding this approach, staff did make amendments reflecting the
funding plan presented to the Council previously involving establishment of a Capital
Improvement Program Reserve (CIPR) to fund high priority projects that receive the bulk of
their funding from CIP General Funds.

To accommodate amendments included in this document, staff is recommending the City
Council reapprove the Mid-Term CIP including expenditure and funding amendments included
in FY 2006-2007. Projects included in the final two years of the program (2007-08 and 2008-09)
are tentative based on currently identified needs and revenue projections and as such, are subject
to revision to accommodate priority changes and projected funding. Staff will continue to
review and update the CIP annually, taking into account changes in community needs and the
City’s ability to fund and support specific projects.

The Mid-Term CIP is consistent with Mid-Year adjustments which are included as Attachment
C.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Included in this Mid-Term budget is a discussion of CIP revenues and transfers, project
expenditures, establishment of the CIPR, a listing of changes and unfunded projects. Included in
the “CIP Tables” section are revised financial tables for each of the five project areas including:
Streets, Parks, Miscellaneous, Water and Sewer, a listing of unfunded projects, and a status
update of CIP projects approved for FY 2005-06. Immediately following this Section is a
summary of CIP expenditures and financial resources.

Project description sheets have been included for three new projects recommended for FY 2006-
07 including Lions Wayside Park (Design), Gingerbread Preschool Parking Lot and Playground
Improvements (Design) and installation of a WI-FI network for Downtown. The first project is
seen as related to the Firehouse Arts Center Project and the second was requested for funding by
the City Council as part of the FY 2005-06 CIP review. The third project is consistent with
a City Council priority to create a WI-FI network in the Downtown area. Project description


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sheets are included as Attachment B. As mentioned, the CIP also includes the CIPR and
a project description sheet has been included for this project.

The three tables included below provide a general summary of revenues, transfers and
expenditures by project category and funding source.

                                              TABLE I
                           Projected Available Annual Financial Resources

                                  FY 2006-07             FY 2007-08            FY 2008-09                TOTAL
STREETS                             $6,362,994             $7,896,423            $8,558,630           $15,511,916
PARKS                               $5,429,701             $4,295,562            $3,239,310           $12,849,067
MISCELLANEOUS                       $7,463,841             $2,889,143            $2,573,429           $11,654,207
WATER                               $8,847,525             $9,109,607           $10,094,121           $14,224,327
SEWER                               $3,050,045             $2,760,252            $3,476,021            $6,534,841
TOTAL                              $31,154,106            $26,950,987           $27,941,511           $60,774,358

* To accurately reflect that amount of financial resources available each year by category, the above annual dollar
amounts include all available resources for each year including beginning and recurring fund balances. However,
the “TOTAL” column has been adjusted to reflect removal of these transfers and the recurring fund balances. As a
result, the “TOTAL” column does not equal the sum of the individual years.


                                             TABLE II
                                       Recommended Expenditures

                                  FY 2006-07             FY 2007-08            FY 2008-09                TOTAL
STREETS                             $4,048,045             $2,905,241            $2,901,124            $9,854,410
PARKS                               $5,376,448             $4,233,309            $3,167,057           $12,776,814
MISCELLANEOUS                       $6,909,419             $2,171,359            $2,089,782           $11,170,560
WATER                               $2,518,450             $1,611,756            $1,533,088            $5,663,294
SEWER                               $2,080,320              $978,500              $971,434             $4,030,254
TOTAL                              $20,932,682            $11,900,165           $10,662,485           $43,495,332




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                                           TABLE III
                             Summary of CIP Revenue and Expenditures
             Sources of Project Revenue and Expenditures and Fund Balances
                                              FY 2006-07         FY 2007-08         FY 2008-09            TOTAL
Beginning Balances                              $14,365,401        $10,221,424        $15,050,822         $14,365,401
Gas Tax/Highway Revenues
(Measure B)                                       $2,074,500         $2,074,500         $2,074,500         $6,223,500
Development Related Fees*
 (Non-utility)                                   $5,233,303         $1,369,687         $1,010,525          $7,613,515
Developer Contributions                                   $0                 $0                $0                   $0
Grants                                               $40,000                 $0                $0              $40,000
Donations                                                 $0                 $0                $0                   $0
Utility Connection Fees*                           $566,255            $168,303          $115,765            $850,328
Annual General Fund                               $5,000,000         $5,000,000        $5,000,000         $15,000,000
Transfers from Other Funds**                    $12,685,222         $4,202,824         $4,289,752         $21,177,798
Interest                                           $816,000           $796,000           $832,000          $2,444,000
Total Revenues                                  $40,780,681        $23,823,743        $28,373,364         $67,714,542
Transfer to Next Year's Rev                      (5,471,513)        (1,452,754)         (995,166)          (7,919,433)
Transfer from Prior Year's Rev                            $0        $5,471,513         $1,452,754          $6,924,267
Transfer to Other Funds                          (4,155,062)          (900,515)         (889,441)          (5,945,018)
Financial Resources Available                   $31,154,106        $26,950,987        $27,941,511         $60,774,358
Expenditures                                    $20,932,682        $11,900,165        $10,662,485         $43,495,332
Ending Balance                                  $10,221,424        $15,050,822        $17,279,026         $17,279,026
  * Represents fees projected for calendar year 2007. These fees are available for fiscal year 2008-09.
 ** Includes transfer from the Water and Sewer Maintenance and Operation funds.



CIP REVENUES AND TRANSFERS

As part of the Mid-Term CIP, staff conducted a review of all financial resources including
beginning balances, revenues, transfers from other funds, grants, etc. included in the CIP.
Adjustments have been made to reflect development activity as projected by the City Planning
department, new revenue sources, adjustments to prior year revenues and project costs which
affect available financial resources, transfers and revenue revisions to assure the accuracy of
revenue projections. The table below illustrates the difference between major revenue and
expenditure categories included in the current CIP and the adjusted numbers included as part of
the Mid-Term CIP.




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                                 TABLE IV
             COMPARISON OF MAJOR REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES
                         (Does Not include Transfers)

                              Current CIP     Mid-Term 2006-07       $ Difference    % Change
   Gas Tax/Highway
   Revenues (Measure B)          $6,223,500           $6,223,500               $0         0.00%
   Development Related
   Fees                         $4,059,614            $7,613,515      $3,553,901        87.54%
   Developer Contributions              $0                    $0              $0         0.00%
   Grants                          $40,000               $40,000              $0         0.00%
   Interest                             $0                    $0              $0         0.00%
   Utility Connection Fees       $593,888              $850,328        $256,440         43.18%
   Annual General Fund
   Contribution                $15,000,000           $15,000,000              $0         0.00%
   Expenditures                $37,270,524           $43,495,332      $6,224,808        16.70%


As indicated in Table III, the total available financial resources available in FY 2006-07 is
projected to be $31,154,106. This amount represents an increase of $6,421,158 from the
$24,732,948 projected to be available in the current CIP for this fiscal year. $5.8 million of this
amount     results  from     the    establishment     of     the     CIPR     discussed     below.

The Mid-Term CIP has an estimated ending fund balance of $17,279,026. This fund balance
compares to an estimated $14,705,085 included in the current CIP. Approximately $11,065,620
is from utility replacement revenue reserved for funding long-term water and sewer utility
replacements. This later revenue, which is derived from water and sewer rates, is based on rate
study projections made to determine long term replacement needs for the City’s water and sewer
system. City staff is in the process of conducting a more detailed analysis of long term
replacement needs that will result in ongoing projects funded with this revenue. An additional
$5,657,506 of the fund balance is in the Streets Project category and results from approximately
$2 million in traffic related fees that have not been programmed and a staff decision to address
previously approved projects prior to funding new projects that are not of highest priority and, as
mentioned previously, due to adjustments in traffic development fees. This fund balance does
not reflect unnecessary CIP Streets projects and staff estimates it will continue programming
these funds in the next CIP. Rather than program remaining fund balances at this time, staff
recommends maintaining the projected fund balances which will be reviewed as part of the next
CIP.

As indicated in Table III, major changes have occurred in the areas of development fees that
include Public Facilities, Traffic Impact, In Lieu Park Dedication, and Water and Sewer
Connection Fees. These changes result primarily from adjustments to development assumptions
included in the current CIP and projected new development. As an example, the current CIP
anticipated payment of the full In Lieu Park Dedication Fee for the Bernal Property estimated at
$789,000 in calendar year 2005. However, this revenue is now projected for calendar year 2006.
As a result, while the table reflects an “increase” in this fee, overall the total amount has
remained the same. The impact of projected new projects also contributes to development fee
increases that are most notable with Traffic Impact Fees. New developments projected to impact



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this fee include the expansion of Stoneridge Mall ($521,217), a new self-storage facility on
Sunol Boulevard ($277,791), and the expected development of an auto paint facility on
Wyoming Street ($100,415) to highlight a few. These new developments also impact the
projected increase in water and sewer connection fees. It must be remembered that the above fee
amounts are based on projections and, as a result, are subject to change. To insulate the CIP
from fluctuations in these fees, as approved in the 2004-2005 Mid-Term CIP, development fee
revenue collected in the current calendar year will be included in funding projections for the
subsequent fiscal year. Development revenues for FY 2006-07 are collected in calendar year
2005.

Overall for the remaining three years of the CIP, developer fees are projected to change
significantly from $4,653,502 to $8,463,843 (82%). These estimates are based on the following
assumptions related to new residential and commercial development. Table V below outlines the
development assumptions used for this Mid-Term CIP. As indicated, these assumptions are
based on Planning department projections and are subject to changes depending on developer
construction schedules and other matters out of the City’s control.

                              TABLE V
         SUMMARY OF RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL ASSUMPTIONS

                          2006                2007               2008              TOTAL
  Residential             273                  98                 57                428
    Units
Commercial Sq.          508,431              5,240              145,340             659,011
   Footage


Reflected in Table III is the establishment of the Capital Improvement Program Reserve (CIPR),
conceptually approved by the City Council at its meeting of March 7, 2006. The CIPR
represents an approach to funding current and future CIP projects that differs from the past
practice of establishing multiple project reserves for individual CIP projects. Under the new
approach conceptually approved by the City Council, available funding for future CIP projects
will be placed in one fund or project to be made available based on City Council priorities. This
enables the Council to openly discuss the funding of CIP projects as community needs and
expectations change without eliminating or modifying existing project reserves. As an example,
the Council has recently shifted funding from the Civic Center Improvement project to other
capital projects that are more closely aligned with the current Council’s priorities. The CIPR
will minimize the need to make these changes, as funding will remain in the CIPR until allocated
to a project deemed highest priority.

For FY 2006-07, a CIPR in the amount of $7,667,873 is formed by transferring funding from
currently funded projects that are no longer a priority, from existing reserves and from a one-
time transfer from the General Fund. A total of $5,726,876 of this amount is allocated to four
priority projects in FY 2006-07 including Renovation of the Veterans Memorial Building
($427,872); Phase I Bernal Sports Fields ($733,907); Alviso Adobe Community Park
($1,704,295) and the Firehouse Arts Center ($2,860,802). A summary of FY 2006-07 transfers
and allocations related to the establishment of the CIPR is included as Attachment B to this
Section. The CIPR has an estimated project balance of $3,782,777. While this funding is



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available for future allocations as deemed appropriate by the City Council, staff anticipates it
will be “reserved” for the following:

•   $2,000,000 to address a potential shortfall in fund raising from private sources for the
    Firehouse Arts Center.

•   $305,273 to address additional funding that may be needed to complete the Kottinger Creek
    Renovation project

•   $1,477,504 to address future projects.

General Fund Transfers

As part of the 1998 Development Fee Impact Report, the City adopted revised development fees
consistent with AB1600 and City infrastructure projections. As part of this process, staff
separated development of anticipated and required future infrastructure improvements into those
required to address expansion projects needed to offset the impact of new development and
replacement projects needed to address normal “wear and tear” and upgrades. While some
projects were fully expansion or replacement, most included both an expansion and a
replacement component.

Prior to the adoption of the Development Fee Impact Report, staff provided General Funds to the
CIP on an as-needed basis to address specific projects not related to formulas developed in the
Development Fee Impact Report. As an example in 1997/98, the CIP included $1.388 million in
General Fund Revenue to address Miscellaneous projects in the CIP.

With the adoption of the Development Fee Impact Report and the understanding that
development fee revenues historically used to fund CIP projects will be reduced as the City
approaches build-out, the City began the process of increasing its General Fund contribution to
the CIP to offset the cost of Parks, Streets and Miscellaneous projects. Since beginning this
process in FY 1998, the General Fund contribution has been divided into two components. The
first component is an annual ongoing contribution that is intended to remain somewhat constant
through build-out. The goal of this component is to create a stable contribution of approximately
$5 million annually. The initial annual contribution from this component was $1.8 million.
However, as new major capital projects are brought on-line it is anticipated that this contribution
will be reduced to cover the cost of operating the new facilities. The second component is a
contribution of one-time revenues from the General Fund Capital Improvement Reserve.
Because this component is made up of one-time revenue sources it has not been viewed as an
ongoing source of revenue to the CIP. In the past, the amount of one-time contributions to the
CIP has varied significantly ranging from $0 to $4.9 million annually. This Mid-Term CIP
includes a one-time year-end 2005 contribution of $1,800,000 that will be allocated to the CIPR.
This amount was not anticipated in the current CIP and as a result, it impacts the Financial
Resources Available in Table III. As stated in the past, this amount is subject to change
depending on the amount of available one-time revenue. The total amount of $6,800,000
exceeds the $15,000,000 projected in the current CIP by $1,800,000 (+12%).




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A summary of these two sources, as included in this CIP, is as follows:

               SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND SOURCES IN THE CIP
            SOURCE     FY07       FY08       FY09       TOTAL
            Annual   $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $15,000,000
            One-Time $1,800,000         $0         $0 $1,800,000
            Total    $6,800,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $16,800,000

Regardless of the amount of one-time funding available, as the City approaches build-out, the
amount of developer fees will be reduced. As a result, the goal is to retain a General Fund
contribution, from any combination of one-time funding and the annual funding of
approximately $5 million. While it is hoped that this contribution will be retained for some time,
it is anticipated that it will be reduced appropriately as new facilities are completed and the
demand shifts from building new facilities to maintaining and renovating existing ones.
Ultimately, the ongoing availability of “one-time” revenue is significantly dependent on the
overall state of the economy, the actions of the State related to addressing its budget situation
and the amount of one-time funding that becomes available to the General Fund. Staff will
review this matter as part of the FY07 budget and will recommend changes as appropriate.

CIP EXPENDITURES AND PROJECTS

Similar to the review process conducted for revenues, staff also reviewed approved expenditures
and the need to add new projects to the CIP. As a result, as noted earlier, this Mid-Term budget
includes three new projects and the elimination and or reduction to eight existing projects to
establish the CIPR. As a result of these, and other needed amendments to existing projects,
recommended expenditures have changed as follows:

                                 TABLE VI
           Comparison of Recommended CIP Expenditures for FY 2006-07
                         Current CIP       Mid-Term CIP         $ Difference        % Change
STREETS                       $9,644,709         $9,854,410         $209,701                2.17%
PARKS                       $10,838,158         $12,776,814       $1,938,656               17.89%
MISCELLANEOUS                 $7,094,109        $11,170,560       $4,076,451               57.46%
WATER                         $5,663,294         $5,663,294                $0               0.00%
SEWER                         $4,030,254         $4,030,254                $0               0.00%
TOTAL                       $37,270,524         $43,495,332       $6,224,808               16.70%

Based on the above projections, expenditures will increase from $37,270,524 projected in the
current CIP to $43,495,332 (16.7%) recommended in the Mid-Term CIP. As indicated,
$5,726,876 is related to FY 2006-07 CIPR expenditures for four City Council priority projects
and the addition of the three new projects mentioned previously.




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     A summary of these changes is as follows:
                                   TABLE VII
                   SUMMARY OF MID-TERM EXPENDITURE CHANGES
      Project Name     Change                   Description
                       Amount
Alviso Adobe Community         $1,704,295   Provides additional funding from the CIPR to meet project costs
Park                                        estimated at $4,713,447.
Aquatic Center Expansion       $1,630,000   This action transfers a total of $1,630,000 ($280,000 approved
Reserve                                     previously in FY2004-05 and $1,350,000 scheduled for funding from
                                            FY2006 through 2009) to the CIPR. The project will be moved to the
                                            listing of unfunded projects.
Capital Improvement            $9,204,653   This establishes a funding mechanism for high priority CIP projects. It
Program Reserve (CIPR)                      assumes allocations of $5,726,876 to current projects and a balance of
                                            $3,782,777 for future uses.
Civic Center Site              $3,040,000   Transfers $3,040,000 allocated to the Civic Center Site Improvement
Improvements Reserve                        Reserve to the CIPR.
Downtown WI-FI                 $45,000      Provide funding for implementation of a City WI-FI network covering
                                            the greater Downtown area. This is a new project.
Firehouse Arts Theater         $2,860,802   Provides additional funding from the CIPR to meet project costs
                                            estimated at $10,860,000. With this action, total City funding available
                                            will be $8,860,802. An estimated $2million is projected to be raised
                                            through private fundraising efforts.
Gingerbread Parking Lot and    $45,000      Provides funding for park improvements to replace and repair existing
Playground Improvements                     facilities. The process will also establish a budget for project
(Design)                                    construction. This is a new project.
Hart Middle School Field       $60,000      This action transfers $60,000 to the CIPR. The project is no longer
Improvements                                necessary and will be eliminated.
Lions Wayside Park Design      $250,000     Provides funding for park redesign to assure compatibility with the
                                            Firehouse Arts Center. The process will also establish a budget for
                                            project construction. This is a new project.
Monument Gateway Signs at      $80,242      This action transfers $80,242 to the CIPR. The project is not as high
Strategic Locations                         priority as other projects and will be eliminated. Design drawings may
                                            be used, if needed, at a later date.
Phase I Bernal Sports Fields   $733,907     Provides additional funding from the CIPR to meet project costs
                                            estimated at $4,997,563.
Purchase of 3-acre Site on     $500,000     This action transfers $500,000 to the CIPR. The transfer eliminates
Old Bernal                                  this project.
Reserve for Current Capital    $235,000     This actions transfers $235,000 to the CIPR. The reserve was intended
Improvement Projects                        for projects already completed. This action eliminates this project.
South Pleasanton               $47,275      This action transfers $47,275 to the CIPR. The development of Bernal
Neighborhood                                Phase I Sports Fields and limited available parkland has mitigated the
                                            need for this park. With this action, a developer contribution of
                                            $400,000 remains in this project.
Suttergate Park Expansion      $153,115     This action transfers $153,115 to the CIPR. The project is not a high
                                            priority. This project will be move to the Unfunded category.
Veterans Memorial Building     $427,872     Provides additional funding from the CIPR to meet project costs
                                            estimates at $3,987,017.
Vineyard Avenue Guaranty       $2,000,000   The City established this project to assist with Vineyard Avenue
Fund                                        improvements related to Neal School. The Pleasanton Unified School
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As noted above, this Mid-Term CIP provides $5,726,876 of additional funding needed to fund
four major CIP projects including Renovation of the Veterans Memorial Building, Phase I Bernal
Sports Fields, Alviso Adobe Community Park and the Firehouse Arts Center. With this funding,
the project budgets for these projects is as follows:

                           TABLE VIII
ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR PREVIOUSLY FUNDED HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS

PROJECT                                  FUNDING TO DATE             ADDITIONAL             TOTAL
Veteran’s Memorial Building                       $3,559,145               $427,872      $3,987,017
Phase I Bernal Sports Fields                      $4,997,563               $733,907      $5,731,470
Alviso Adobe Community Park                       $2,958,152            $1,755,295*      $4,713,447
Firehouse Arts Center                             $6,000,000             $2,860,802      $8,860,802
TOTAL                                            $17,514,860             $5,777,876     $23,292,736
*Includes $51,000 from the Udder Event

The additional funding above assumes that there will be adequate funding to complete the
Veterans Memorial Building, Phase I Bernal Sports Fields and the Alviso Adobe Community
Park. Full funding for the Firehouse Arts Center is dependent upon the success of a privately
directed fund raising effort expected to raise a minimum of $2 million needed to meet full project
cost estimated at $10,860,802. As noted previously, staff anticipates funding available in the
CIPR balance to meet a shortfall for this project.

It should be noted that the total cost assumptions must be viewed with caution since we are
experiencing an unpredictable construction environment that has been impacted significantly by
rising material and labor costs and an abundance of construction activity that historically has
directed contractors to pursue private sector construction projects rather than those in the public
sector. In addition, notwithstanding the City’s best efforts, the projected total costs are estimates
and are subject to the changes noted above. In the event actual costs exceed the projections
above, staff anticipates it will work closely with project architects to modify projects to reduce
costs, to pursue alternative bidding options that may reduce costs and/or to request additional
funding.

In addition to the four high priority projects listed above, the Council has also identified the
Kottinger Creek Renovation project as a high priority. Because the Council plans to review
project cost and alternatives after bid results have been received and analyzed, no additional
funding has been directed to the $1,140,000 that has been allocated to this project previously. In
the event costs exceed available funding, funding will be available in the CIPR to complete the
project.

Not included in the CIP is the potential for state and federal grant funding for these projects.
Staff has submitted applications and decisions will be made at an unspecified time. If grant
funding becomes available, staff will modify the funding plans for Council review.




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UNFUNDED PROJECTS

For this Mid-Term CIP, the unfunded project’s table is included in the CIP Tables section. The
table has been updated to reflect minor changes in projects. As noted in the table above, The
Aquatic Center Expansion and Suttergate Park Expansion Phase III have been added to the
Unfunded Projects list. This change reflects Council decision on March 7 related to the CIPR.

REVIEW BY CITY COMMISSIONS

As part of the Mid-Term CIP process, staff solicited input from all City commissions regarding
the status of currently funded projects. However, as a result of the focus on creating the CIPR,
funding the high priority projects, and the fact that the Mid-Term is not intended to significantly
alter the approved CIP, staff did not request Commissions reprioritize or alter the listing of
funded projects. Rather staff was more interested in receiving any general comments and
concerns about the Council priorities for funding the five projects detailed above. All
commissions expressed general approval with the approach and projects included in the CIP. A
number of commissions had specific comments as follows.

Civic Arts Commission

The Civic Arts Commission expressed its continued support of the Firehouse Arts Theater.

Economic Vitality Committee

Committee member Paxson indicated an interest in having the Economic Vitality Committee
assume a greater role in reviewing and recommending CIP projects. Staff indicated it will seek
additional input regarding this interest prior to beginning next year’s CIP.

Housing Commission

Commissioners Jones and Harris requested the Council be informed that the Kottinger Creek
project is not a high priority.

Human Services Commission

No specific comments. Expressed support for the Mid-Term CIP.

Library Commission

The Library Commission requested the Council be informed of its continued interest in
proceeding with studies related to Library expansion, reuse and/or development of a new library
facility. Since this meeting, the Council has authorized additional studies and staff is currently
conducting the consultant selection process.




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Parks and Recreation Commission

The Commission reiterated its previous position regarding capping funding from City sources at
$1 million for the Kottinger Creek project. This information was forwarded to the City Council
as part of its review of the Kottinger Creek Renovation project.

Planning Commission

The Commission indicated it did not have specific issues with the CIP and as a result, it was not
placed on a Commission agenda.

Youth Commission

No specific comments and expressed support for the Mid-Term CIP.

CONCLUSION

As previously indicated, this Mid-Term review is intended to provide the City Council and the
community with a comprehensive review of the City’s capital plan for the next three fiscal years.
When reviewing this budget, it should be remembered that projected revenues are contingent
upon activities of the private sector development community and other governmental agencies
that are outside the control of the City. As a result, changes to assumptions included in the CIP
are possible. Changes in revenue projections and/or project priorities may result in modifications
to this program in upcoming fiscal years. However, as presented, this program identifies
available revenues and expenditures in an effort to assure that projects are provided to meet
community needs and expectations.



Listing of Attachments:


Attachment A: Project Description Sheets for three new CIP projects and the CIPR
Attachment B: Summary of Capital Improvement Program Revenue (CIPR)
Attachment C: Summary of Midyear Adjustments




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                                          ATTACHMENT A
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM RESERVE

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project establishes a CIPR for the purpose of funding high
priority projects as determined by the City Council. For FY 2006-07 funded projects include
renovation of Veterans Memorial Building ($427,872); Phase I Bernal Sports Fields ($733,907);
Alviso Adobe Community Park ($1,704,295); and the Firehouse Arts Center ($2,860,802). The FY
2006-07 CIPR balance is $1,940,997.

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION: The CIPR represents an approach to establishing CIP project
reserve to address City Council high priority projects. A fund balance of $3,782,777 may be
available by FY 2008-09 depending on available funding and expenditures.

                                  PROJECT COST ESTIMATE
             Item                      Cost                          Funding Source

Capital Improvement Program                       CIP General Fund (FY2006-07
Reserve                                $7,667,873 through FY2008-09)                     $7,667,873


TOTAL



CIP #:   058020 CATEGORY:         Misc.    RECOMMENDATION:            Fund in FY 2006-07



                                     DOWNTOWN WI-FI

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Install a wireless network in the Downtown to provide Internet access
for City employees and casual use for the public use and street vendors. Project design and operation
will be determined based on City Council review.

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION: Implementation of a wireless network downtown will benefit City
employees by providing a “hotzone” for Internet access. The system will provide for casual uses by
the public and street vendors needing Internet access for special events in the area.

                                  PROJECT COST ESTIMATE
             Item                      Cost                          Funding Source
System equipment                          $45,000 General Fund CIP                          $45,000


TOTAL                                     $45,000



CIP #:   068017 CATEGORY:         Misc.    RECOMMENDATION:             Fund in FY 2006-07


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                                         ATTACHMENT A
         GINGERBREAD PRESCHOOL PARKING LOT AND PLAYGROUND
                       IMPROVEMENTS (DESIGN)

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project provides $45,000 to complete design for improvements
to the Gingerbread Preschool parking lot and playground. An estimate of project costs for
improvements will be developed as part of the design process. This project will begin in FY 2006-
07.

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION: This project provides funding for design and project planning to
make the improvements necessary to this area. The project has been previously Unfunded.

                                PROJECT COST ESTIMATE
             Item                     Cost                        Funding Source
Professional Consultant
Services                                  $45,000 General Fund CIP                         $45,000


TOTAL



CIP #:   067015 CATEGORY:        Parks     RECOMMENDATION: Fund in FY 2006-07




                    LIONS WAYSIDE PARK IMPROVEMENT (DESIGN)

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project provides funding of $250,000 to complete design for
improvements to Lions Wayside Park. Actual design costs will be determined based on awarding of
contract. Total project scope and costs will be developed as part of the design process. Work is
expected to begin in FY 2006-07.

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION: The Downtown Specific Plan and Master Trails Plan anticipates
major improvements to this park. This funding allows for the development of park design.

                                PROJECT COST ESTIMATE
             Item                     Cost                        Funding Source
Professional Architectural
Services                                 $250,000 General Fund CIP                        $250,000


TOTAL



CIP #:   067016 CATEGORY:        Parks     RECOMMENDATION:           Fund in FY 2006-07



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                                                                          ATTACHMENT B


                                            MID-TERM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT RESERVE (CIPR) SUMMARY


                                                                RECOMMENDED TRANSFERS TO CIPR

CIP #    CIP PROJECT                                          2006-07    2007-2008         2008-2009       TOTAL                              Notes
007036   Aquatic Center Expansion Reserve                    $830,000     $550,000          $250,000   $1,630,000   Project moved to the Unfunded category

 17045   Bernal Property Improvement Reserve                       $0           $0               $0           $0    Retains existing balance of $3,656,480 and assumes
                                                                                                                    additional allocations of $5,305,073 through 2008-09.

988029   Civic Center Site Improvement Reserve (Including   $1,190,000    $675,000     $1,175,000      $3,040,000   Retains existing balance of $2,643,383 for future
         library expansion, removal of modular buildings,                                                           improvements including library expansion, youth center or
         new City Hall office building, and potentially a                                                           civic center.
         community/youth center.)
027024   Hart Middle School Field Improvements                $60,000           $0               $0      $60,000    Project no longer a priority. Remove from CIP.

998043   Monument Signs at Strategic Locations                $80,242           $0               $0      $80,242    Project no longer a priority. Remove from CIP.
988027   Purchase of 3-acre Site on Old Bernal               $500,000           $0               $0     $500,000    Project no longer a priority. Remove from CIP.
058020   Reserve for Current Capital Projects                $199,021           $0               $0     $199,021    Project no longer a priority. Remove from CIP.
017042   South Pleasanton Neighborhood Park                   $47,275           $0               $0      $47,275    Project no longer a priority. A developer contribution of
                                                                                                                    $400,000 remains in the project.
047016   Suttergate Park Expansion Phase II                  $153,115           $0               $0     $153,115    Project moved to the Unfunded category
   N/A   Vineyard Avenue Guaranty Fund                      $2,000,000          $0               $0    $2,000,000   PUSD has released funding request.
   N/A   FY2005 Year End One-time Transfer from             $1,800,000          $0               $0    $1,800,000   Available for CIPR.
         General Fund
         TOTAL AVAILABLE FOR CIPR                           $6,859,653   $1,225,000    $1,425,000      $9,509,653

                                                                RECOMMENDED CIPR ALLOCATIONS
008039   Veterans Memorial Building Renovation               $427,872      $0        $0     $427,872                Total project cost estimated at $3,987,017.
007065   Phase I Bernal Sports Field                         $733,907           $0               $0     $733,907    Total project cost estimated at $5,731,470.
987025   Alviso Adobe Community Park                        $1,704,295          $0               $0    $1,704,295   Total project cost estimated at $24,713,447.
038011   Firehouse Arts Center                              $2,860,802          $0               $0    $2,860,802   Project cost estimated at $10,860,802. Project funding
                                                                                                                    anticipates a minimum of $2,000,000 from fund raising.
068018   Capital Improvement Program Reserve (CIPR)         $1,940,997    $661,586     $1,180,194      $3,782,777   $3,782,777 balance available for high priority projects.

         TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                 $7,667,873    $661,586     $1,180,194      $9,509,653




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                                     ATTACHMENT C

     MIDYEAR UPDATE OF FY2005-06 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Staff has reviewed each project and has recommended some transfers of balances from completed
projects to current projects as well as changes in project budgets due to changes in revenue sources.
Note that these changes occurred prior to changes in the Mid-Term budget and as a result, they are
reflected in this document. Interest income projections have a net increase of $680,795. Developer
fees projections show a net decrease of $1,892,571 because the annual estimates have been reduced
to the actual developer fee revenue received during the 6 months from July through December 2005.
The tables, which accompany this text, detail the Recommended Midyear (Quarter 2) Adjustments as
well as the Adjusted Budgets. The amounts in the tables shown in italics have already been
approved by Council. The most significant of the recommended changes in the Capital Improvement
Funds are described as follows:

In the Parks CIP, interest income estimates increased by $90,000. The estimate for Park
Dedication fees is decreased by $571,651 to $785,496. $785,496 is the actual amount collected
from July through December 2005. There is a net $90,000 increase in the estimated ending
fund balance.

In the Streets CIP, interest income estimates increased by $159,000. The estimates for traffic
related developer fees are decreased by $390,331 to $447,140. $447,140 is the actual amount
collected from July through December 2005. The estimates for Gas Tax revenue are reduced
by $38,000. Measure B revenue estimates increased by $5,972. The estimate of developer
contributions and other reimbursement revenues are increasing by $676,300. There is a
corresponding increase to the expenditures related to those developer contributions. There is a
net $21,618 increase in the estimated ending fund balance.

In the Miscellaneous CIP, interest income estimates increased by $217,795. The estimate for
Public Facilities developer fees is decreased by $695,223 to 426,326. $426,326 is the actual
amount collected from July through December 2005. An additional $14,925 is needed to finish
up the Fire Station #4 project. The estimated ending fund balance is increased by $221,745

In the Water CIP, interest income estimates increased by $173,000. The estimate for Water
Connection developer fees is decreased by $160,780 to $154,020. $154,020 is the actual
amount collected from July through December 2005. Two projects are completed and their
remaining $61,138 budget is returned to fund balance. The estimated ending fund balance is
increased by $177,864.

In the Sewer CIP, interest income estimates increased by $41,000. The estimate for Sewer
Connection developer fees is decreased by $74,586 to $74,302. $74,302 is the actual amount
collected from July through December 2005. The $26,606 left in the Standby Power Generator
project is being returned to fund balance. The estimated ending fund balance is increased by
$44,205.




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CIP SUMMARY SHEETS


 FY 2006-07 through 2008-09
                                                   STREETS PROJECTS SUMMARY
                                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                        Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

CIP #
                                                                                     2006-07       2007-08       2008-09       TOTAL

         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                          $2,985,357     $2,314,949    $4,991,182     $2,985,357
         ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                          $2,432,545    $4,608,974    $2,594,948     $9,636,467
         TRANSFERS                                                                     $945,092      $972,500      $972,500     $2,890,092
                             TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                   $6,362,994    $7,896,423    $8,558,630    $15,511,916
         EXPENDITURES:
055009    Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects           150,000       150,000       150,000       450,000
055003     Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                      2,000,000     2,000,000     2,000,000      6,000,000
055005     Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                          130,000       130,000       130,000       390,000
055012     Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                  200,000       200,000       200,000       600,000
055004     Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                     140,000       140,000       140,000       420,000
055007     Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                         100,000       100,000       100,000       300,000
           Dougherty Valley Mitigation Revenue Reserve (Recommended funding
025023     is in addition to an existing reserve of $656,150)                            50,000        50,000        50,000       150,000
055021     Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                                  0       50,000              0       50,000
055055     Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                          50,000        50,000        50,000       150,000
           Tri-Valley Transportation Development Fee Reserve (Recommended
015041     funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $300,519)                   278,045        35,241        81,124       394,410
055022     Old Stanley Boulevard Improvements: Main Street to First Street              950,000              0             0      950,000

                             TOTAL STREETS PROJECTS                                  $4,048,045    $2,905,241    $2,901,124     $9,854,410
                               ENDING FUND BALANCE                                  $2,314,949     $4,991,182    $5,657,506    $5,657,506




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                                                 PARKS PROJECTS SUMMARY
                                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                    Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

CIP #                                                                         2006-07      2007-08       2008-09        TOTAL

         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                    $1,234,499     $53,253       $62,253      $1,234,499
         ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                     432,000     1,917,309      852,057       3,201,366
         TRANSFERS                                                             3,763,202    2,325,000     2,325,000      8,413,202
                          TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                               $5,429,701   $4,295,562    $3,239,310    $12,849,067
         EXPENDITURES:
037049    Bernal Creek Restoration                                              628,000              0             0      628,000
          Bernal Property Improvements Reserve (Recommended funding
017045    is in addition to an existing reserve of $3,656,480)                  645,073     2,335,000     2,325,000      5,305,073
          City Constructed and Owned Storage Facilities at Sports Park for
037027    use by Sports Groups                                                    25,000       25,000        25,000        75,000
017037     General Trail Improvements and Development                           240,000      240,000       240,000        720,000
037028     New Community Park: Site Acquisition Reserve                        1,105,173    1,633,309      577,057       3,315,539
           Alviso Adobe Community Park Construction (Additional
987025     Funding)                                                            1,704,295             0             0     1,704,295

007065     Phase I Bernal Sports Fields                                         733,907              0             0      733,907

067016     Lions Wayside Park Improvements (Design)                             250,000              0             0      250,000
           Gingerbread Preschool Parking Lot and Playground
067015     Improvements (Design)                                                  45,000             0             0       45,000
                            TOTAL PARK PROJECTS                               $5,376,448   $4,233,309    $3,167,057    $12,776,814
                           ENDING FUND BALANCE                                  $53,253      $62,253       $72,253        $72,253

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                                             MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS SUMMARY
                                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                       Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

CIP #                                                                                 2006-07       2007-08       2008-09        TOTAL

         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                            $1,577,631      $554,422      $717,784     $1,577,631
         ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                             $158,000    $1,057,716      $583,065     $1,798,781
         TRANSFERS                                                                    $5,728,210    $1,277,005    $1,272,580     $8,277,795
                              TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                   $7,463,841    $2,889,143    $2,573,429    $11,654,207
         EXPENDITURES:
948056     Certificates of Participation Series 2004 - Annual Payments                   558,748       558,773       558,588      1,676,109
           Civic Center Site Improvements Reserve (Including expansion of the
           Library, removal of the modular buildings, new City Hall office building
           and potentially a community/youth center) Recommended funding is in
988029     addition to an existing reserve of $2,643,383)                                       0             0             0            $0
           Downtown Parking Improvements Including Improvements to the
           Alameda County Transportation Corridor (ACTC) (Recommended
018044     funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $1,250,000)                  500,000       700,000       100,000     $1,300,000
           Downtown Specific Plan Improvements Reserve (Recommended funding
028006     is in addition to an existing reserve of $750,000)                            400,000              0             0     $400,000
           Fire House Arts Center (Recommended funding is in addition to
038011     $6,000,000 funded previously)                                               2,860,802              0             0    $2,860,802
           Kottinger Creek Restoration Project (Recommended funding is in
038023     addition to $1,140,000 funded previously)                                            0             0             0            $0
058051     Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                                   75,000        75,000        75,000      $225,000
948051     Lease/Debt Payments for Animal Shelter                                        101,000       101,000       101,000      $303,000
068017     Downtown WI-FI                                                                 45,000             0             0       $45,000
           Veterans Memorial Building Renovation (Recommended funding is in
008039     addition to $3,559,145 funded previously)                                     427,872              0             0     $427,872
038029     Fence Installation/Replacement at Various Locations                                  0       75,000        75,000      $150,000
068018     Capital Improvement Program Reserve                                         1,940,997       661,586     1,180,194     $3,782,777
                        TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS                                  $6,909,419    $2,171,359    $2,089,782    $11,170,560
                                   ENDING BALANCE                                      $554,422      $717,784      $483,647       $483,647

         *New projects are italicized




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                                                 WATER PROJECTS SUMMARY
                                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                       Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

CIP #                                                                               2006-07       2007-08       2008-09        TOTAL

         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                          $6,518,269    $6,329,075    $7,497,851     $6,518,269
         ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                           152,000       549,379       288,732        990,111
         TRANSFERS                                                                   2,177,256     2,231,153     2,307,538      6,715,947
                            TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                   $8,847,525     9,109,607    10,094,121    $14,224,327
         EXPENDITURES:
051023    McCloud Water Tank Replacement (Refurbishment)                              200,000               0             0      200,000
948056    Water Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2004 - Annual Payments                 709,756       706,756       708,088       2,124,600
061011    Annual Control Valve Installations                                          160,000               0     170,000        330,000
061013    Annual Replacement of Polybutylene Service Laterals                         100,000               0     100,000        200,000
061000    Annual Water Quality Improvement Project                                      50,000              0      50,000        100,000
061010    Electrical Panel Upgrades and Restorations                                    40,000              0      40,000         80,000
061006    Golden Eagle Farms New Water Storage Tank                                   650,000               0             0      650,000
941015    Nevada Street Water Main Extension (Additional Funding)                     208,694               0             0      208,694
          Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Computer
051015    Hardware and Software Upgrade                                               350,000        40,000               0      390,000
071006    12" Pipeline on Foothill Road (South of Oak Tree Farm Drive)                        0     450,000               0      450,000
071040    Annual Replacement of Water Meters                                                  0      65,000        65,000        130,000
071028    Annual Water Replacement Projects                                                   0     350,000       350,000        700,000
                            TOTAL WATER PROJECTS                                    $2,518,450    $1,611,756    $1,533,088     $5,663,294
                        ENDING WATER FUND BALANCE                                   $6,329,075    $7,497,851    $8,561,033     $8,561,033




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                                            SEWER PROJECTS SUMMARY
                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                 Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09


CIP #                                                                      2006-07      2007-08       2008-09       TOTAL

         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                 $2,049,645     $969,725    $1,781,752    $2,049,645
         ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                   $84,000     $293,876      $171,576      549,452
         TRANSFERS                                                           $916,400   $1,496,651    $1,522,693     3,935,744
                        TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                              $3,050,045   $2,760,252    $3,476,021    $6,534,841
         EXPENDITURES:
052002    Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements               300,000      300,000       300,000      900,000
052017    Electrical Panel Upgrades                                                 0       40,000             0       40,000
          Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-5
012024    (Additional Funding)                                                460,000             0             0     460,000
          Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-6
012027    (Additional Funding)                                                500,000             0             0     500,000
032024    Sewer Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2002 - Annual Payments         407,338      410,844       422,750     1,240,932
948056    Sewer Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2004 - Annual Payments         226,406      227,656       228,684      682,746
062001    Annual Sewer Maintenance Hole Improvements                           20,000             0       20,000       40,000
902028    Nevada Street Sewer Main Extension (Additional Funding)             166,576             0             0     166,576
                        TOTAL SEWER PROJECTS                               $2,080,320     $978,500      $971,434    $4,030,254
                     ENDING SEWER FUND BALANCE                               $969,725   $1,781,752    $2,504,587    $2,504,587




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CIP TABLES
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
      PROGRAM


  2005-06 through 2008-09

     Financial Tables
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                                                                         STREETS PROJECTS
                                                                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                                    Fiscal Year 2006-07

                                                                                          STREETS GEN                                   TRAFFIC                  DEV
                                                                                            FUND CIP         GAS TAX      MEASURE B    DEV FEES      GRANTS    CONTRIB     NPID         TOTAL

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                            $876,402        $386,576      $113,465    $1,528,148        $0        $0    $80,766 $2,985,357
REVENUES:
 Estimated Traffic Impact Fees from Calendar Year 2006                                                                                  2,479,233                                     2,479,233
 Tri-Valley Transportation Fee                                                                                                           278,045                                        278,045
 Dougherty Valley Mitigation Fees                                                                                                         50,000                                         50,000
                            SUBTOTAL FEE REVENUE                                                      $0           $0           $0 $2,807,278            $0        $0         $0 $2,807,278
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                                                           0             0            0    (2,479,233)        0         0             0   (2,479,233)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                                              0             0            0             0         0         0             0             0
GAS TAX:
 2105 Gas Tax (Prop 111)                                                                               0      425,000             0             0         0         0             0     425,000
 2107 Gas Tax                                                                                          0      570,000             0             0         0         0             0     570,000
 2106 Gas Tax                                                                                          0      290,000             0             0         0         0             0     290,000
 2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                                        0         7,500            0             0         0         0             0       7,500
 Measure B - Streets                                                                                   0             0      617,000             0         0         0             0     617,000
INTEREST INCOME (INCLUDES INTEREST FROM PROJECT RESERVES)                                          20,000      20,000        30,000       80,000          0         0       5,000       155,000
GRANTS & OTHER
 Transportation Development Act Grant for Accessible Ramps                                             0             0            0             0     40,000        0             0      40,000
 Development Contribution Foothill Road Reconstruction (Thomas)                                        0             0            0             0         0         0             0             0
                         TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                               $20,000 $1,312,500         $647,000     $408,045     $40,000       $0     $5,000 $2,432,545
TRANSFERS FROM:
 General Fund -- Annual Contribution to Streets                                              1,000,000                                                                                1,000,000
 Bernal Interchange Account                                                                                                                                                                     0
TRANSFERS TO:
 Bernal Interchange Account                                                                                                                                                                     0
 General Fund From 2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                               (7,500)                                                                   (7,500)
 General Fund: Congestion Management Program Funding                                                                        (20,000)                                                    (20,000)
 General Fund for N.P.I.D. Engineering                                                                                                                                    (27,408)      (27,408)
                            NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                          $1,000,000         ($7,500)    ($20,000)          $0         $0        $0    ($27,408)     $945,092
                           TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                            $1,896,402      $1,691,576     $740,465    $1,936,193    $40,000       $0    $58,358 $6,362,994
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                                                                          STREETS PROJECTS
                                                                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                                 Fiscal Year 2006-07

                                                                                       STREETS GEN                               TRAFFIC                 DEV
                                                                                         FUND CIP       GAS TAX     MEASURE B   DEV FEES     GRANTS    CONTRIB    NPID     TOTAL

EXPENDITURES:
 Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects                        150,000                                                                         150,000
  Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                                     250,000     1,150,000     600,000                                             2,000,000
  Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                                        90,000                                           40,000                        130,000
  Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                               200,000                                                                         200,000
  Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                                  140,000                                                                         140,000
  Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                                                   100,000                                                            100,000
  Dougherty Valley Mitigation Revenue Reserve (Recommended funding is in addition to
  an existing reserve of $656,150)                                                                                                 50,000                                    50,000
  Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                                                                                                                               0
  Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                                                                             50,000                                    50,000
  Tri-Valley Transportation Development Fee Reserve (Recommended funding is in
  addition to an existing reserve of $300,519)                                                                                    278,045                                   278,045
  Old Stanley Boulevard Improvements: Main Street to First Street                           655,000                               295,000                                   950,000
                            TOTAL STREETS PROJECTS                                      $1,485,000     $1,250,000    $600,000    $673,045    $40,000       $0        $0 $4,048,045
                              ENDING FUND BALANCE                                        $411,402       $441,576     $140,465   $1,263,148       $0        $0    $58,358 $2,314,949




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                                                                        STREETS PROJECTS
                                                                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                          Fiscal Year 2007-08

                                                                                STREETS GEN                                 TRAFFIC                 DEV
                                                                                  FUND CIP       GAS TAX      MEASURE B    DEV FEES      GRANTS   CONTRIB    NPID        TOTAL

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                  $411,402      $441,576      $140,465    $1,263,148       $0        $0    $58,358 $2,314,949
REVENUES:
 Estimated Traffic Impact Fees from Calendar Year 2007                                                                       419,324                                     419,324
 Tri-Valley Transportation Fee                                                                                                35,241                                      35,241
 Dougherty Valley Mitigation Fees                                                                                             50,000                                      50,000
                            SUBTOTAL FEE REVENUE                                          $0            $0          $0      $504,565        $0        $0        $0      $504,565
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                                               0             0            0      (419,324)       0         0            0   (419,324)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                                  0             0            0     2,479,233        0         0            0   2,479,233
GAS TAX:
 2105 Gas Tax (Prop 111)                                                                   0      425,000             0             0        0         0            0    425,000
 2107 Gas Tax                                                                              0      570,000             0             0        0         0            0    570,000
 2106 Gas Tax                                                                              0      290,000             0             0        0         0            0    290,000
 2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                            0         7,500            0             0        0         0            0      7,500
 Measure B - Streets                                                                       0             0      617,000             0        0         0            0    617,000
INTEREST INCOME (INCLUDES INTEREST FROM PROJECT RESERVES)                              10,000       20,000       20,000       80,000         0         0      5,000      135,000
GRANTS & OTHER
 Transportation Development Act Grant for Accessible Ramps                                 0             0            0             0        0         0            0            0
 Development Contribution Foothill Road Reconstruction (Thomas)                            0             0            0             0        0         0            0            0
                         TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                     $10,000 $1,312,500       $637,000    $2,644,474       $0        $0     $5,000 $4,608,974
TRANSFERS FROM:
 General Fund -- Annual Contribution to Streets                                   1,000,000                                                                             1,000,000
 Bernal Interchange Account                                                                                                                                                      0
TRANSFERS TO:
 Bernal Interchange Account                                                                                                                                                      0
 General Fund From 2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                   (7,500)                                                                (7,500)
 General Fund: Congestion Management Program Funding                                                            (20,000)                                                  (20,000)
 General Fund for N.P.I.D. Engineering                                                                                                                                           0
                           NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                $1,000,000        ($7,500)    ($20,000)        $0          $0        $0         $0   $972,500
                           TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                 $1,421,402     $1,746,576     $757,465 $3,907,622          $0        $0    $63,358 $7,896,423




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                                                                       STREETS PROJECTS
                                                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                                 Fiscal Year 2007-08

                                                                                       STREETS GEN                               TRAFFIC                DEV
                                                                                         FUND CIP       GAS TAX     MEASURE B   DEV FEES     GRANTS   CONTRIB    NPID     TOTAL

EXPENDITURES:
 Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects                         150,000                                                                       150,000
  Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                                      175,000    1,200,000     625,000                                            2,000,000
  Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                                        130,000                                                                       130,000
  Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                                200,000                                                                       200,000
  Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                                   140,000                                                                       140,000
  Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                                                   100,000                                                           100,000
  Dougherty Valley Mitigation Revenue Reserve (Recommended funding is in addition to
  an existing reserve of $656,150)                                                                                                 50,000                                   50,000
  Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                                          50,000                                                                        50,000
  Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                                        50,000                                                                        50,000
  Tri-Valley Transportation Development Fee Reserve (Recommended funding is in
  addition to an existing reserve of $300,519)                                                                                     35,241                                   35,241
  Old Stanley Boulevard Improvements: Main Street to First Street                                                                                                                0
                            TOTAL STREETS PROJECTS                                        $895,000     $1,300,000    $625,000     $85,241       $0        $0        $0 $2,905,241
                              ENDING FUND BALANCE                                         $526,402      $446,576     $132,465   $3,822,381      $0        $0    $63,358 $4,991,182




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                                                                        STREETS PROJECTS
                                                                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                          Fiscal Year 2008-09

                                                                                STREETS GEN                                 TRAFFIC                 DEV
                                                                                  FUND CIP       GAS TAX      MEASURE B    DEV FEES      GRANTS   CONTRIB    NPID        TOTAL

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                  $526,402      $446,576      $132,465    $3,822,381       $0        $0    $63,358 $4,991,182
REVENUES:
 Estimated Traffic Impact Fees from Calendar Year 2008                                                                       390,289                                     390,289
 Tri-Valley Transportation Fee                                                                                                81,124                                      81,124
 Dougherty Valley Mitigation Fees                                                                                             50,000                                      50,000
                            SUBTOTAL FEE REVENUE                                          $0            $0          $0      $521,413        $0        $0        $0      $521,413
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                                               0             0            0      (390,289)       0         0            0   (390,289)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                                  0             0            0      419,324         0         0            0    419,324
GAS TAX:
 2105 Gas Tax (Prop 111)                                                                   0      425,000             0             0        0         0            0    425,000
 2107 Gas Tax                                                                              0      570,000             0             0        0         0            0    570,000
 2106 Gas Tax                                                                              0      290,000             0             0        0         0            0    290,000
 2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                            0         7,500            0             0        0         0            0      7,500
 Measure B - Streets                                                                       0                    617,000             0        0         0            0    617,000
INTEREST INCOME (INCLUDES INTEREST FROM PROJECT RESERVES)                              10,000       20,000       20,000       80,000         0         0      5,000      135,000
GRANTS & OTHER
 Transportation Development Act Grant for Accessible Ramps                                 0             0            0             0        0         0            0            0
 Development Contribution Foothill Road Reconstruction (Thomas)                            0             0            0             0        0         0            0            0
                         TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                     $10,000 $1,312,500       $637,000     $630,448        $0        $0     $5,000 $2,594,948
TRANSFERS FROM:
 General Fund -- Annual Contribution to Streets                                   1,000,000                                                                             1,000,000
 Bernal Interchange Account                                                                                                                                                      0
TRANSFERS TO:
 Bernal Interchange Account                                                                                                                                                      0
 General Fund From 2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                   (7,500)                                                                (7,500)
 General Fund: Congestion Management Program Funding                                                            (20,000)                                                  (20,000)
 General Fund for N.P.I.D. Engineering                                                                                                                                           0
                           NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                $1,000,000        ($7,500)    ($20,000)        $0          $0        $0         $0   $972,500
                           TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                 $1,536,402     $1,751,576     $749,465 $4,452,829          $0        $0    $68,358 $8,558,630




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                                                                       STREETS PROJECTS
                                                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                                 Fiscal Year 2008-09

                                                                                       STREETS GEN                               TRAFFIC                DEV
                                                                                         FUND CIP       GAS TAX     MEASURE B   DEV FEES     GRANTS   CONTRIB    NPID     TOTAL

EXPENDITURES:
 Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects                         150,000                                                                       150,000
  Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                                      200,000    1,200,000     600,000                                            2,000,000
  Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                                        130,000                                                                       130,000
  Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                                200,000                                                                       200,000
  Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                                   140,000                                                                       140,000
  Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                                                   100,000                                                           100,000
  Dougherty Valley Mitigation Revenue Reserve (Recommended funding is in addition to
  an existing reserve of $656,150)                                                                                                 50,000                                   50,000
  Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                                                                                                                              0
  Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                                        50,000                                                                        50,000
  Tri-Valley Transportation Development Fee Reserve (Recommended funding is in
  addition to an existing reserve of $300,519)                                                                                     81,124                                   81,124
  Old Stanley Boulevard Improvements: Main Street to First Street                                                                                                                0
                            TOTAL STREETS PROJECTS                                        $870,000     $1,300,000    $600,000    $131,124       $0        $0        $0 $2,901,124
                              ENDING FUND BALANCE                                         $666,402      $451,576     $149,465   $4,321,705      $0        $0    $68,358 $5,657,506




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                                                     PARKS PROJECTS
                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                             Fiscal Year 2006-07
                                                                      PARKS GEN           PARK            PUBLIC FAC.         GRANTS &
                                                                      FUND CIP         DEDICATION          FEE (PFF)          DONATIONS       TOTAL
                                                                                        post-1/1/99       park category


BEGINNING BALANCE                                                      $166,073        $1,030,173            $13,055           $25,198       $1,234,499
REVENUES:
  Estimated Park Dedication Fees from Calendar Year 2006                                1,558,309                                             1,558,309
                   TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                              $0   $1,558,309                      $0            $0      $1,558,309
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                                       0   (1,558,309)                        0              0   (1,558,309)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                          0                  0                   0              0            0
INTEREST INCOME (INCLUDES INTEREST FROM
PROJECT RESERVES)                                                        177,000            75,000             15,000                    0     267,000
Measure B - Bike Path                                                              0                  0                   0    165,000         165,000
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                               $177,000           $75,000            $15,000          $165,000        $432,000
TRANSFERS FROM:
  General Fund -- Annual Contribution                                  1,000,000                                                              1,000,000
  Misc CIP Public Facility Fees                                                                              325,000                           325,000
  From Miscellaneous Capital Improvement Program Reserve               2,438,202                                                              2,438,202
TRANSFERS TO:
NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                                 3,438,202                      0      325,000                     0    3,763,202
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                                  3,781,275        1,105,173            353,055           190,198        5,429,701
EXPENDITURES:
 Bernal Creek Restoration                                                628,000                                                               628,000
 Bernal Property Improvements Reserve (Recommended funding
 is in addition to an existing reserve of $3,656,480)                     395,073                             250,000                          645,073
 City Constructed and Owned Storage Facilities at Sports Park
 for use by Sports Groups                                                 25,000                                                                 25,000
  General Trail Improvements and Development                                                                   75,000          165,000         240,000
  New Community Park: Site Acquisition Reserve                                          1,105,173                                             1,105,173
  Alviso Adobe Community Park Construction (Additional
  Funding)                                                             1,704,295                                                              1,704,295

  Phase I Bernal Sports Fields                                           733,907                                                               733,907

  Lions Wayside Park Improvements (Design)                               250,000                                                               250,000
  Gingerbread Preschool Parking Lot and Playground
  Improvements (Design)                                                   45,000                                                                 45,000
                 TOTAL PARK PROJECTS                                  $3,781,275       $1,105,173          $325,000           $165,000       $5,376,448
                 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                          $0               $0           $28,055            $25,198          $53,253



* Note: Park dedication fees collected in calendar year 2005 are included int the beginning balance




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                                                  PARKS PROJECTS
                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                           Fiscal Year 2007-08
                                                                  PARKS GEN           PARK             PUBLIC FAC.         GRANTS &
                                                                   FUND CIP        DEDICATION           FEE (PFF)          DONATIONS       TOTAL
                                                                                    post-1/1/99        park category


BEGINNING BALANCE                                                             $0                  $0      $28,055           $25,198         $53,253
REVENUES:
  Estimated Park Dedication Fees from Calendar Year 2007                              496,057                                               496,057
                   TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                          $0    $496,057                        $0            $0       $496,057
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                                   0     (496,057)                         0              0     (496,057)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                      0    1,558,309                          0              0    1,558,309
INTEREST INCOME (INCLUDES INTEREST FROM
PROJECT RESERVES)                                                     100,000           75,000              19,000                    0     194,000
Measure B - Bike Path                                                          0                   0                   0    165,000         165,000
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                             $100,000      $1,633,309             $19,000          $165,000       $1,917,309
TRANSFERS FROM:
  General Fund -- Annual Contribution                                2,000,000                                                             2,000,000
  Misc CIP Public Facility Fees                                                                           325,000                           325,000
  From Miscellaneous Capital Improvement Program Reserve                                                                                           0
TRANSFERS TO:
NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                               2,000,000                     0      325,000                     0    2,325,000
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                                2,100,000      1,633,309             372,055           190,198        4,295,562
EXPENDITURES:
 Bernal Creek Restoration                                                                                                                          0
 Bernal Property Improvements Reserve (Recommended funding
 is in addition to an existing reserve of $3,656,480)                2,075,000                             260,000                         2,335,000
 City Constructed and Owned Storage Facilities at Sports Park
 for use by Sports Groups                                              25,000                                                                 25,000
  General Trail Improvements and Development                                                                75,000          165,000         240,000
  New Community Park: Site Acquisition Reserve                                      1,633,309                                              1,633,309
  Alviso Adobe Community Park Construction (Additional
  Funding)                                                                                                                                         0

  Phase I Bernal Sports Fields                                                                                                                     0

  Lions Wayside Park Improvements (Design)                                                                                                         0
  Gingerbread Preschool Parking Lot and Playground
  Improvements (Design)                                                                                                                            0
                 TOTAL PARK PROJECTS                              $2,100,000       $1,633,309           $335,000           $165,000       $4,233,309
                 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                      $0               $0            $37,055            $25,198          $62,253




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                                                  PARKS PROJECTS
                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                           Fiscal Year 2008-09
                                                                  PARKS GEN           PARK             PUBLIC FAC.         GRANTS &
                                                                   FUND CIP        DEDICATION           FEE (PFF)          DONATIONS       TOTAL
                                                                                    post-1/1/99        park category


BEGINNING BALANCE                                                             $0                  $0      $37,055           $25,198         $62,253
REVENUES:
  Estimated Park Dedication Fees from Calendar Year 2008                              223,261                                               223,261
                   TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                          $0    $223,261                        $0            $0       $223,261
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                                   0     (223,261)                         0              0     (223,261)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                      0      496,057                          0              0     496,057
INTEREST INCOME (INCLUDES INTEREST FROM
PROJECT RESERVES)                                                    100,000            81,000              10,000                    0     191,000
Measure B - Bike Path                                                          0                   0                   0    165,000         165,000
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                            $100,000        $577,057              $10,000          $165,000        $852,057
TRANSFERS FROM:
  General Fund -- Annual Contribution                              2,000,000                                                               2,000,000
  Misc CIP Public Facility Fees                                                                           325,000                           325,000
  From Miscellaneous Capital Improvement Program Reserve                                                                                           0
TRANSFERS TO:
NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                             2,000,000                       0      325,000                     0    2,325,000
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                              2,100,000          577,057             372,055           190,198        3,239,310
EXPENDITURES:
 Bernal Creek Restoration                                                                                                                          0
 Bernal Property Improvements Reserve (Recommended funding
 is in addition to an existing reserve of $3,656,480)               2,075,000                              250,000                         2,325,000
 City Constructed and Owned Storage Facilities at Sports Park
 for use by Sports Groups                                              25,000                                                                 25,000
  General Trail Improvements and Development                                                                75,000          165,000         240,000
  New Community Park: Site Acquisition Reserve                                        577,057                                               577,057
  Alviso Adobe Community Park Construction (Additional
  Funding)                                                                                                                                         0

  Phase I Bernal Sports Fields                                                                                                                     0

  Lions Wayside Park Improvements (Design)                                                                                                         0
  Gingerbread Preschool Parking Lot and Playground
  Improvements (Design)                                                                                                                            0
                 TOTAL PARK PROJECTS                              $2,100,000        $577,057            $325,000           $165,000       $3,167,057
                 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                      $0              $0             $47,055            $25,198          $72,253




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                                                                MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                     Fiscal Year 2006-07
                                                                   PUBLIC FAC.        MISC. GEN         CIPR         GRANTS AND       MISC. STORM
                                                                       FEE            FUND CIP                       DONATIONS        DRAIN FUND      TOTAL
                                                                    post-1/1/99

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                    $877,466           $420,620               $0             $0        $279,545    $1,577,631
REVENUES:
 Estimated Public Facility Fees from Calendar Year 2006                867,716                                                                         867,716
                      TOTAL FEE REVENUE                              $867,716                     $0                          $0              $0      $867,716
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                          (867,716)                    0                              0             0     (867,716)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                         0                0            0                 0             0             0
INTEREST INCOME FROM CIP PROJECT RESERVES                                36,000           89,000                0                 0             0      125,000
INTEREST INCOME                                                            8,000          20,000                0                 0        5,000        33,000
GRANTS/OTHER                                                                      0                0                              0             0             0
                TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                               $44,000          $109,000                              $0          $5,000      $158,000
TRANSFERS FROM:
 General Fund -- Annual Contribution                                                    3,000,000                                                    $3,000,000
  Redirected CIP Projects Approved Previously                                                           2,089,607                                    $2,089,607
  FY2005 Year End One-time Transfer from the General Fund                                               1,800,000                                    $1,800,000
  Vineyard Avenue Guaranty Fund                                                                         2,000,000                                    $2,000,000
TRANSFERS TO:                                                                                                                                                 $0
 Lease/Debt Payments for 2003 Certificate of Participation             (79,639)         (318,556)                                                    ($398,195)
  To Parks Public Facility Fees                                       (325,000)                                                                      ($325,000)
  To Parks for Alviso Adobe Community Park Construction                                                (1,704,295)                                  ($1,704,295)
  To Parks for Phase I Bernal Sports Fields                                                              (733,907)                                   ($733,907)
                    NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                          ($404,639)        $2,681,444       $3,451,405             $0              $0    $5,728,210
                   TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                             $516,827         $3,211,064       $3,451,405             $0        $284,545    $7,463,841




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                                                             MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
                                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                        Fiscal Year 2006-07
                                                                      PUBLIC FAC.        MISC. GEN         CIPR        GRANTS AND    MISC. STORM
                                                                          FEE            FUND CIP                      DONATIONS     DRAIN FUND     TOTAL
                                                                       post-1/1/99

EXPENDITURES:
 Certificates of Participation Series 2004 - Annual Payments               111,750           446,998                                                $558,748
 Civic Center Site Improvements Reserve (Including expansion of the
 Library, removal of the modular buildings, new City Hall office
 building and potentially a community/youth center) Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $2,643,383)                        0                0                                                     $0
 Downtown Parking Improvements Including Improvements to the
 Alameda County Transportation Corridor (ACTC) (Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $1,250,000)             100,000           400,000                                                 $500,000
 Downtown Specific Plan Improvements Reserve (Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $750,000)                                 400,000                                                 $400,000
 Fire House Arts Center (Recommended funding is in addition to
 $6,000,000 funded previously)                                                                             2,860,802                               $2,860,802
 Kottinger Creek Restoration Project (Recommended funding is in
 addition to $1,140,000 funded previously)                                                                         0                                        $0
 Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                               15,000           60,000                                                  $75,000
 Lease/Debt Payments for Animal Shelter                                     20,200           80,800                                                 $101,000
 Downtown WI-FI                                                                              45,000                                                  $45,000
 Veterans Memorial Building Renovation (Recommended funding is
 in addition to $3,559,145 funded previously)                                                               427,872                                 $427,872
 Fence Installation/Replacement at Various Locations                                                                                                        $0
 Capital Improvement Program Reserve                                                      1,778,266         162,731                                $1,940,997
            TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS                                $246,950         $3,211,064       $3,451,405            $0           $0    $6,909,419
        ENDING MISCELLANEOUS FUND BALANCE                               $269,877                     $0           $0            $0     $284,545     $554,422




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                                                                MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                     Fiscal Year 2007-08
                                                                   PUBLIC FAC.        MISC. GEN        CIPR        GRANTS AND       MISC. STORM
                                                                       FEE            FUND CIP                     DONATIONS        DRAIN FUND     TOTAL
                                                                    post-1/1/99

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                    $269,877                     $0          $0            $0        $284,545     $554,422
REVENUES:
 Estimated Public Facility Fees from Calendar Year 2007                369,065                                                                      369,065
                      TOTAL FEE REVENUE                              $369,065                     $0          $0            $0               $0    $369,065
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                          (369,065)                    0           0                0             0     (369,065)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                              867,716                     0           0                0             0     867,716
INTEREST INCOME FROM CIP PROJECT RESERVES                                54,000          108,000               0                0             0     162,000
INTEREST INCOME                                                            3,000          20,000               0                0        5,000       28,000
GRANTS/OTHER                                                                      0                0           0                0             0             0
                TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                             $924,716           $128,000              $0            $0          $5,000    $1,057,716
TRANSFERS FROM:
 General Fund -- Annual Contribution                                                    2,000,000                                                 $2,000,000
  Redirected CIP Projects Approved Previously                                                                                                              $0
  FY2005 Year End One-time Transfer from the General Fund                                                                                                  $0
  Vineyard Avenue Guaranty Fund                                                                                                                            $0
TRANSFERS TO:
 Lease/Debt Payments for 2003 Certificate of Participation             (79,599)         (318,396)                                                 ($397,995)
  To Parks Public Facility Fees                                       (325,000)                                                                   ($325,000)
  To Parks for Alviso Adobe Community Park Construction                                                                                                    $0
  To Parks for Phase I Bernal Sports Fields                                                                                                                $0
                    NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                          ($404,599)        $1,681,604              $0            $0               $0   $1,277,005
                   TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                             $789,994         $1,809,604              $0            $0        $289,545    $2,889,143




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                                                             MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
                                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                        Fiscal Year 2007-08
                                                                      PUBLIC FAC.    MISC. GEN        CIPR        GRANTS AND    MISC. STORM
                                                                          FEE        FUND CIP                     DONATIONS     DRAIN FUND     TOTAL
                                                                       post-1/1/99

EXPENDITURES:
 Certificates of Participation Series 2004 - Annual Payments               111,755       447,018                                               $558,773
 Civic Center Site Improvements Reserve (Including expansion of the
 Library, removal of the modular buildings, new City Hall office
 building and potentially a community/youth center) Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $2,643,383)                                     0                                                    $0
 Downtown Parking Improvements Including Improvements to the
 Alameda County Transportation Corridor (ACTC) (Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $1,250,000)             200,000       500,000                                                $700,000
 Downtown Specific Plan Improvements Reserve (Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $750,000)                                                                                            $0
 Fire House Arts Center (Recommended funding is in addition to
 $6,000,000 funded previously)                                                                                                                         $0
 Kottinger Creek Restoration Project (Recommended funding is in
 addition to $1,140,000 funded previously)                                                                                                           $0
 Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                               15,000
                                                                            15 000       60,000
                                                                                         60 000                                                 $75,000
                                                                                                                                                $75 000
 Lease/Debt Payments for Animal Shelter                                     20,000       81,000                                                $101,000
 Downtown WI-FI                                                                                                                                        $0
 Veterans Memorial Building Renovation (Recommended funding is
 in addition to $3,559,145 funded previously)                                                                                                          $0
 Fence Installation/Replacement at Various Locations                        15,000       60,000                                                 $75,000
 Capital Improvement Program Reserve                                                    661,586                                                $661,586
            TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS                                $361,755     $1,809,604              $0            $0            $0   $2,171,359
        ENDING MISCELLANEOUS FUND BALANCE                               $428,239                 $0          $0            $0     $289,545     $717,784




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                                                                MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                     Fiscal Year 2008-09
                                                                   PUBLIC FAC.        MISC. GEN        CIPR        GRANTS AND       MISC. STORM
                                                                       FEE            FUND CIP                     DONATIONS        DRAIN FUND     TOTAL
                                                                    post-1/1/99

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                    $428,239                     $0          $0            $0        $289,545     $717,784
REVENUES:
 Estimated Public Facility Fees from Calendar Year 2008                265,851                                                                      265,851
                      TOTAL FEE REVENUE                              $265,851                     $0          $0            $0               $0    $265,851
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                          (265,851)                    0           0                0             0     (265,851)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                              369,065                     0           0                0             0     369,065
INTEREST INCOME FROM CIP PROJECT RESERVES                                58,000          130,000               0                0             0     188,000
INTEREST INCOME                                                            1,000          20,000               0                0        5,000       26,000
GRANTS/OTHER                                                                      0                0           0                0             0            0
                TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                             $428,065           $150,000              $0            $0          $5,000     $583,065
TRANSFERS FROM:
 General Fund -- Annual Contribution                                                    2,000,000                                                 $2,000,000
  Redirected CIP Projects Approved Previously
  FY2005 Year End One-time Transfer from the General Fund
  Vineyard Avenue Guaranty Fund
TRANSFERS TO:
 Lease/Debt Payments for 2003 Certificate of Participation             (80,484)         (321,936)                                                   (402,420)
  To Parks Public Facility Fees                                       (325,000)                                                                     (325,000)
  To Parks for Alviso Adobe Community Park Construction
  To Parks for Phase I Bernal Sports Fields
                    NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                          ($405,484)        $1,678,064              $0            $0               $0   $1,272,580
                   TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                             $450,820         $1,828,064              $0            $0        $294,545    $2,573,429




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                                                             MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
                                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                        Fiscal Year 2008-09
                                                                      PUBLIC FAC.    MISC. GEN        CIPR        GRANTS AND    MISC. STORM
                                                                          FEE        FUND CIP                     DONATIONS     DRAIN FUND     TOTAL
                                                                       post-1/1/99

EXPENDITURES:
 Certificates of Participation Series 2004 - Annual Payments               111,718       446,870                                               $558,588
 Civic Center Site Improvements Reserve (Including expansion of the
 Library, removal of the modular buildings, new City Hall office
 building and potentially a community/youth center) Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $2,643,383)                                     0                                                    $0
 Downtown Parking Improvements Including Improvements to the
 Alameda County Transportation Corridor (ACTC) (Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $1,250,000)             100,000                                                              $100,000
 Downtown Specific Plan Improvements Reserve (Recommended
 funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $750,000)                                                                                            $0
 Fire House Arts Center (Recommended funding is in addition to
 $6,000,000 funded previously)                                                                                                                         $0
 Kottinger Creek Restoration Project (Recommended funding is in
 addition to $1,140,000 funded previously)                                                                                                           $0
 Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                               15,000
                                                                            15 000       60,000
                                                                                         60 000                                                 $75,000
                                                                                                                                                $75 000
 Lease/Debt Payments for Animal Shelter                                     20,000       81,000                                                $101,000
 Downtown WI-FI                                                                                                                                        $0
 Veterans Memorial Building Renovation (Recommended funding is
 in addition to $3,559,145 funded previously)                                                                                                          $0
 Fence Installation/Replacement at Various Locations                        15,000       60,000                                                 $75,000
 Capital Improvement Program Reserve                                                  1,180,194                                               $1,180,194
            TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS                                $261,718     $1,828,064              $0            $0            $0   $2,089,782
        ENDING MISCELLANEOUS FUND BALANCE                               $189,102                 $0          $0            $0     $294,545     $483,647




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                                                                  WATER PROJECTS
                                                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                                          Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

                                                                         2006-07                            2007-08                      2008-09
                                                                 EXPANSION               R/I         EXPANSION         R/I        EXPANSION         R/I          GRAND
                                                                   FUND                 FUND           FUND           FUND          FUND           FUND          TOTAL

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                  $888,726            $5,629,543     $102,421    $6,226,654       $276,217    $7,221,634       $6,518,269
REVENUES:
 Estimated Water Connection Fees from Current Calendar Year         389,379                            118,732                       77,091                       585,202
                  SUBTOTAL FEE REVENUE                             $389,379                    $0     $118,732               $0     $77,091               $0      585,202
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                       (389,379)                    0     (118,732)               0     (77,091)               0      (585,202)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                    0                  0      389,379                0     118,732                0      508,111
INTEREST INCOME (Including Project Reserves)                         22,000              130,000        20,000        140,000        20,000        150,000        482,000
               TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                             $22,000              $130,000     $409,379        $140,000     $138,732        $150,000       $990,111
TRANSFERS FROM:
 Water M&O Fund -- Polybutylene Repairs                                                  100,000                                                   100,000        200,000
 Water M&O Fund -- Replacement Accrual                                                  1,850,000                  1,850,000                    1,850,000        5,550,000
 Water M&O Fund -- Lease/Debt Payments 2004 Water Revenue
                                y
 Bonds                                                                                   473,173                      471,173                      472,059       1,416,405
 Sewer CIP for SCADA and Telemetry                                                       175,000                       20,000                                     195,000
TRANSFERS TO:
 General Fund -- CIP Engineering                                   (116,028)             (235,573)                    (35,000)                     (35,000)       (421,601)
 General Fund -- Utility Cut Patching                                                     (69,316)                    (75,020)                     (79,521)       (223,857)
                  NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                          ($116,028)           $2,293,284           $0    $2,231,153             $0    $2,307,538       $6,715,947
                  TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                            $794,698            $8,052,827     $511,800    $8,597,807       $414,949    $9,679,172      $14,224,327




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                                                                   WATER PROJECTS
                                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                                           Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

                                                                          2006-07                        2007-08                    2008-09
                                                                  EXPANSION            R/I        EXPANSION         R/I      EXPANSION         R/I       GRAND
                                                                    FUND              FUND          FUND           FUND        FUND           FUND       TOTAL

EXPENDITURES:
 McCloud Water Tank Replacement (Refurbishment)                                        200,000                                                            200,000
 Water Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2004 - Annual Payments         236,583           473,173      235,583        471,173     236,029        472,059    2,124,600
 Annual Automated Meter Reading Retrofit                                                50,000                                                 50,000     100,000
 Annual Control Valve Installations                                                    160,000                                                170,000     330,000
 Annual Replacement of Polybutylene Service Laterals                                   100,000                                                100,000     200,000
 Annual Water Quality Improvement Project                                               50,000                                                 50,000     100,000
 Electrical Panel Upgrades and Restorations                                             40,000                                                 40,000      80,000
 Golden Eagle Farms New Water Storage Tank                           247,000           403,000                                                            650,000
 Nevada Street Water Main Extension (Additional Funding)             208,694                                                                              208,694
 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Computer
 Hardware and Software Upgrade                                                         350,000                      40,000                                390,000
     Pi li       F thill R d (S th f O k T F           Di )
 12" Pipeline on Foothill Road (South of Oak Tree Farm Drive)                                                      450 000
                                                                                                                   450,000                                450 000
                                                                                                                                                          450,000
 Annual Replacement of Water Meters                                                                                 65,000                     65,000     130,000
 Annual Water Replacement Projects                                                                                 350,000                    350,000     700,000
                  TOTAL WATER PROJECTS                              $692,277         $1,826,173    $235,583   $1,376,173      $236,029   $1,297,059     $5,663,294
              ENDING WATER FUND BALANCE                             $102,421         $6,226,654    $276,217   $7,221,634      $178,920   $8,382,113     $8,561,033
Note: Water Connection Fee revenue received in calendar year 2005 is included in FY 2006-07 Beginning Balance




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                                                               Fiscal Years 2006-07 through 2008-09

                                                                            2006-07                       2007-08                       2008-09
                                                                    EXPANSION          R/I        EXPANSION          R/I        EXPANSION          R/I        GRAND
                                                                      FUND            FUND          FUND            FUND          FUND            FUND        TOTAL

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                     $526,490    $1,523,155        $60,697         $909,028     ($37,276)    $1,819,028      $2,049,645
REVENUES:
 Estimated Sewer Connection Fees from Current Calendar Year            176,876                        49,576                       38,674                       265,126
                     TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                $176,876               $0     $49,576                $0     $38,674                $0    $265,126
TRANSFER TO NEXT FISCAL YEAR                                          (176,876)               0      (49,576)               0      (38,674)               0     (265,126)
TRANSFER FROM PRIOR CALENDAR YEAR REVENUE                                    0                0     176,876                 0      49,576                 0     226,452
INTEREST INCOME FROM PROJECT RESERVES                                   17,000          41,000        17,000          50,000       17,000           50,000      192,000
INTEREST INCOME                                                         11,000          15,000        10,000          40,000        5,000           50,000      131,000
               TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                $28,000         $56,000     $203,876          $90,000      $71,576         $100,000     $549,452
TRANSFERS FROM:
 Sewer M&O Fund -- Replacement Accrual                                             1,100,000                     1,200,000                     1,200,000       3,500,000
 Sewer M&O Fund -- Lease/Debt Payments 2004 Sewer Revenue Bonds                        150,938                       151,771                       152,456      455,165
 Sewer M&O Fund -- 2002 Sewer Revenue Bonds                                            183,302                       184,880                       190,237      558,419
TRANSFERS TO:
 Water CIP for Radio Telemetry Conversion
                             y                                                        (175,000)
                                                                                      (   ,   )                      (20,000)
                                                                                                                     ( ,    )                                   (195,000)
                                                                                                                                                                (   ,   )
 General Fund -- CIP Engineering                                       (37,713)       (305,127)                      (20,000)                      (20,000)     (382,840)
                  NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                              ($37,713)       $954,113           $0     $1,496,651             $0     $1,522,693      $3,935,744
                  TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                               $516,777    $2,533,268       $264,573     $2,495,679        $34,300     $3,441,721      $6,534,841
EXPENDITURES:
 Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements                                 300,000                       300,000                       300,000      900,000
 Electrical Panel Upgrades                                                                                            40,000                                     40,000
 Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-5
 (Additional Funding)                                                                  460,000                                                                  460,000
 Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-6
 (Additional Funding)                                                                  500,000                                                                  500,000
 Sewer Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2002 - Annual Payments           224,036         183,302      225,964          184,880      232,513          190,237     1,240,932
 Sewer Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2004 - Annual Payments            75,468         150,938        75,885         151,771       76,228          152,456      682,746
 Annual Sewer Maintenance Hole Improvements                                             20,000                                                      20,000       40,000
 Nevada Street Sewer Main Extension (Additional Funding)               156,576          10,000                                                                  166,576
                  TOTAL SEWER PROJECTS                                $456,080    $1,624,240       $301,849         $676,651     $308,741         $662,693    $4,030,254
               ENDING SEWER FUND BALANCE                               $60,697        $909,028     ($37,276)    $1,819,028      ($274,441)    $2,779,028      $2,504,587
Note: Sewer Connection Fee revenue received in calendar year 2005 is included in FY 2006-07 Beginning Balance



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    Unfunded Projects
                    Fiscal Year 2006-07/2008-09 Capital Improvement Program
                                        Unfunded Projects

Project                                                       Project Description                                    Probable Cost

Alternative Energy             The City will identify a public building/location that can be served by photo-             $250,000
Demonstration Project          voltaic electrical power. The system is to be approximately 50(kw) in size and is
                               intended to demonstrate the cost effectiveness of an alternate power source for the
                               community.
Aquatic Center Expansion and   This project will renovate pool decks and the filtration system and add a tot pool.    Undetermined
Renovation
Amador Theater: Various        Amador Theater is the primary venue for the performing arts, and these proposed        $1,500,000
Interior Improvements          improvements will enhance the facility's efficiency and aesthetic appeal. Specific
                               upgrades include painting the exterior, renovation of the downstairs green room
                               areas, excavation and construction of an orchestra pit, expansion of the box office
                               and lobby area, and installation of a catwalk lighting system in the auditorium. A
                               significant portion of this project would be funded through the Facility
                               Renovation Fund.
Bernal Avenue: Interchange     This project includes adding a second northbound on-ramp lane and a second            $17,000,000
Ramp Improvements              southbound off-ramp lane. It also includes widening the northbound off-ramp
                               together with signalization on both ramp intersections. Work includes additional
                               bridge widening and work on the main line I-680 to accommodate the extra lanes.
                               The project will be developed and partially funded ($15,000,000) by Bernal
                               Improvement Company, LLC, as part of the Bernal property.
Bernal Avenue: Street          This project would landscape an approximately .5 acre area on Bernal Avenue              $130,000
Landscaping                    south of Pleasanton Upper Field, and landscape the parkway strip on the north
                               side of Bernal Avenue, between Puerto Vallarta and First Street.
Bernal Court: Reconstruction   Complete roadway improvements by adding parking, curb, gutter and sidewalk on            $200,000
of Roadway                     the north side of Bernal Court west of Harrison Street including replacing sewer
                               main and laterals and water services.
Bernal Creek Restoration -     This phase of the Bernal Creek Restoration project is unfunded pending                   $514,000
Phase IV                       completion of Phases I-III.
Busch Road: Roadway            This project, which would be constructed in conjunction with development on the Undetermined
Widening from Valley Ave to    Kaiser property, includes the widening of Busch Road to four lanes with curb,         pending
El Charro                      gutter, and sidewalk and auxiliary lanes as required. Cost will be paid partially   development
                               from the property developers.                                                          plans
East Amador Relief Line        A sewer study completed in 1988 identified this project and will be needed some        $3,000,000
Pump Station                   time after 1998. The project involves construction of a new sanitary sewer pump
                               station to receive flows from East Amador Sewer. No specific construction
                               schedule has been established. Project cost may approach $3,000,000. The CIP
                               includes a reserve of $775,000 to offset project costs.
El Charro Road: I-580 to       The roadway would be six lanes from I-580 to Stoneridge Drive and four lanes           $1,300,000
Stanley Blvd                   from Stoneridge to Stanley. Funding to be derived from Traffic Development
                               Fees and direct developer contributions.
El Charro Road: Interchange    Add a second freeway bridge, widen off-ramps, & provide traffic signals.              $10,000,000
Improvements at I-580
Foothill Road Reconstruction   Reconstruct Foothill Road from Highland Oaks Drive to Muirwood Drive North.              $1,020,000
from Highland Oaks Drive to    The roadway's pavement has deteriorated to a point that will require the
Muirwood Drive North           reconstruction of the street. The street will be overlaid in current configuration
                               this summer, needs partial widening and super-elevation.
Foothill Road: Roadway         Complete construction of three lane section with bike and pedestrian facilities.           $300,000
Widening from Bernal to        Current cross section is two lanes with no pedestrian and bike provisions.
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Project                                                        Project Description                                 Probable Cost

Foothill Road: Roadway          Widen Foothill Road to its ultimate width as designated in the General Plan.           $1,000,000
Widening from Raccoon           Road construction will follow City Council approval of an alignment design.
Hollow Court to Highland
Oaks Drive
Gingerbread Preschool Parking   Renovation and expansion of the parking lot adjacent to Gingerbread Preschool to        $535,000
Lot Renovation and Expansion    increase capacity, manage traffic flow, decrease impacts on Black Avenue, and
                                increase pedestrian safety for parents with children 1-5 years of age.

Gingerbread Preschool           Renovation and expansion of the enclosed preschool outdoor play area to bring it        $360,000
Playground Renovation and       into compliance with Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) standards,
Expansion                       childcare licensing requirements, and early childhood development principles.

Hopyard Road: Roadway          Construct two additional travel lanes from Black Avenue to Del Valle Parkway,            $2,000,000
Widening Black Avenue - Del    with curb, gutter, sidewalk, median with landscaping, and undergrounding of
Valle Parkway, Phase II        overhead electric and telephone lines.
Hopyard Road: Roadway          Construct two additional travel lanes from Valley to Black, curb, gutter, sidewalk,      $1,000,000
Widening from Valley to        and median with landscaping, and underground overhead electric and telephone
Black, Phase I                 lines.
Interactive Fountain           A private donor has offered to partially fund the installation of a new interactive        $600,000
Centennial Park                water fountain on Main Street. The proposed location would be in Centennial
                               Park.
Library Building Expansion     The establishment of a municipal library and growth in both use and collection       Undetermined
                               size, has created a need to study options for expanding the existing library         pending design
                               building. A library space needs assessment study has been completed indicating a        and plan
                               need for additional library space. Staff anticipates additional study of expansion
                               options which may lead to a study of new library facility. Currently, a portion of
                               library space needs are being met at 157 Main Street.
Main Street -Electrical Outlet Install new electrical outlets at the base of existing street light poles for use at      $250,000
Services                       public events. The new services will be metered to provide accurate account of
                               electrical usage by merchants. The project involves the installation of electrical
                               conduit underground and the restoration of pavement, sidewalk and curb and
                               gutter.
Martin Avenue: Pedestrian      This project would connect the residential area north of the Arroyo Mocho to the           $300,000
Bridge at Arroyo Mocho         school on the south side.
Old Bernal Avenue: Roadway Add a new southbound right turn lane from Old Bernal to westbound Bernal                       $100,000
Improvements at Bernal Avenue Avenue to reduce projected overcapacity problems.
Pleasanton Upper Field Phase This project would entail design and construction of a variety of improvements             $2,700,000
II: Construction of a          including: synthetic all-weather playing field; permanent restrooms;
Concession/Restroom Building concessions/equipment storage facility for use by City-sponsored groups;
& Field Improvements           additional parking, landscaping around play areas; and a loop concrete pathway.
                               The City has received interest from local sports groups to assist with the funding
                               of this project.
Police Department: Covered     Construct 38' x 100' canopy over Police vehicle parking in center of lot and 75' x         $150,000
Parking for Police Vehicles    18' canopy over parking at north side of lot.
Police Department: Emergency Installation of a VHF radio base station at the Police Station. Remove and                    $80,000
Operations Center Upgrade      replace old radio equipment with 800 MHz radio system at Fire Station #2
                               (Stoneridge Mall).




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                                        Unfunded Projects

Project                                                        Project Description                                  Probable Cost

Presley Property (Gold Creek)   This project involves improving the City-owned Presley Property into a functional      $1,700,000
Open Space (30.9 acres)         and usable open space area. Planned improvements could include pedestrian
                                trails, picnic areas, rest rooms, parking, and other related amenities. The exact
                                type and mix of uses for this site would be determined through a Park Master Plan
                                process, managed by staff and the Parks and Recreation Commission.

Rose Avenue: Roadway           Extend Rose Avenue westerly from its current termination to Valley Avenue               $1,100,000
Extension to Valley Avenue     making this a three-lane collector street. This project may be affected by the
                               General Plan Update, which is considering changes to the circulation element.
Santa Rita Road Median Island: This project would provide for landscape improvements to the median islands on            $450,000
Landscape Improvements         Santa Rita Road, from Wells Street to Valley Avenue.
Sewer Main Extension on        This project involves the installation of 4,000 ft. of 8" sewer main on Happy             $600,000
Happy Valley Road: Carriage Valley Road from Carriage Avenue to Alisal Street.
Drive to Alisal Street
Sports Park: Renovation of     Renovate or replace existing metal restroom (#3) and concession building.                 $950,000
Restroom/Concession
Stoneridge Drive: Construct a Provides second lane for northbound on-ramp and necessary freeway revisions to        Undetermined
Second Lane on-ramp at I-680 accommodate weaving movements (NB I-680 to EB I-580).
Stoneridge Mall Road:          Construct a sidewalk on the west side of Stoneridge Mall Road between Canyon              $200,000
Sidewalk Construction          Way and Laurel Creek Way to provide pedestrian access to Stoneridge Mall.

Suttergate Park Phase II        This project would expand this park to provide additional amenities.                     $300,000
Expansion
Sycamore Creek Road:            Provide new collector roadway to serve golf course and residential development.     $11,000,000
Construct Bypass Road for       The City has funded $1,000,000 towards this project.
Golf Course and Open Space
Vineyard Avenue Corridor        Design and construction of a 20 acre community park off Vineyard Avenue on the Undetermined
Community Park (20 acres)       former landfill site. Possible amenities for the site could include casual use sports
                                fields; basketball and miscellaneous courts; picnic areas; pedestrian trails;
                                parking; restrooms; and other related amenities. The exact type and mix of uses
                                for this site will be determined through a Master Plan process, which will be
                                managed by staff and the Parks and Recreation Commission.
Water Main Extension on         This project involves the installation of 4,000 ft. of 12" water main on Happy        Undetermined
Happy Valley Road: Carriage     Valley Rd from Carriage Avenue to Alisal Street. The project also involves the
Drive to Alisal Street          installation of fire hydrants every 500 ft.




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Status of FY 2005-06 Funded Projects
                                                                 MID-TERM CIP
                                                       Status of 2005-2006 Funded Projects

CIP # STREETS                                                            COST                                STATUS OF PROJECT

055009    Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street                  $150,000 Award of construction project anticipated May 2006.
          Resurfacing Projects
055003    Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                          $2,000,000   Award of construction project anticipated June 2006.
055005    Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations              $130,000   Unassigned. Awaiting completion of current project.
055012    Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                      $150,000   Award of construction project anticipated June 2006.
055004    Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                         $140,000   Award of construction project anticipated July 2006.
055007    Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation             $100,000   Award of construction project anticipated June 2006.
025023    Dougherty Valley Mitigation Revenue Reserve                       $50,000   Reserve to be used to mitigate traffic impacts caused by
          (Recommended funding is in addition to an existing                          development. No allocations scheduled.
          reserve of $407,650)
055021    Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces               $50,000 Contract awarded March 2006.
055055    Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                             $50,000 Ongoing as needed.
055026    Second Bridge over Arroyo de la Laguna at Bernal Avenue         $400,000 Finalizing plan. De Silva Group anticipates putting project out to
          (Additional Funding)                                                     bid June 2006.
015041    Tri-Valley Transportation Development Fee Reserve               $176,315 Reserve to be used for development fee-related projects. No
          (Recommended funding is in addition to an existing                       allocations scheduled.
          reserve of $721,599)

         PARKS                                                           COST                                STATUS OF PROJECT

037049    Bernal Creek Restoration                                       $1,096,227 On schedule with planning and design.
                    p y p                           (
017045    funding is in addition to an existing reserve of               $1,225,812 Master Plan final design & Phase II Specific Plan to Council May
          $3,546,000)                                                               2006.
037027    City Constructed and Owned Storage Facilities at Sports           $25,000 Project complete.
          Park for use by Sports Groups
017037    General Trail Improvements and Development                      $240,000 Consultant designing trail gate modifications for pilot program.
                                                                                   Anticipate bid summer 2006.
037028    New Community Park: Site Acquisition Reserve                    $733,486 Site & program to be determined.
         MISCELLANEOUS                                                   COST                                STATUS OF PROJECT
948056    Certificates of Participation Series 2004 - Annual               $583,775 On schedule.
          Payments
058014    Citywide Survey Monument Benchmarking                            $100,000 Anticipate design Summer 2006.
988029    Civic Center Site Improvements Reserve (Including                $775,000 Currently evaluating potential for library expansion.
          expansion of the Library, removal of the modular
          buildings, new City Hall office building and potentially a
          community/youth center) Recommended funding is in
          addition to an existing reserve of $2,456,323)
018044    Downtown Parking Improvements Including                          $150,000 Awaiting property appraisal.
          Improvements to the Alameda County Transportation
          Corridor (ACTC) (Recommended funding is in addition to
          an existing reserve of $1,100,000)
028006    Downtown Specific Plan Improvements Reserve                      $100,000 The project reserve is available to address City Council priorities
          (Recommended funding is in addition to an existing                          for projects related to the Downtown Specific Plan.
          reserve of $650,000)
038011    Fire House Arts Center (Recommended funding is in                $500,000 Project design progressing on schedule.
          addition to an existing reserve of $5,500,000)
038023    Kottinger Creek Restoration Project (Additional Funding)         $800,000   Bids received. Recommending award of contract May 2006.
058051    Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                      $75,000   Allocated to Vineyard Avenue median construction.
948051    Lease/Debt Payments for Animal Shelter                           $101,000   On schedule.
058018    Sound Wall Replacement (South side of Stoneridge Dr.)            $360,000   Under design.
          (Resubmittal)
008039    Veterans Memorial Building Renovation (Recommended               $553,098 Negotiating contract for construction. Anticipate begin construction
          funding is in addition to an existing reserve of $2,907,735)                July 2006.




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                                                   Status of 2005-2006 Funded Projects

         WATER                                                       COST                           STATUS OF PROJECT
041014   Bonde Zone/Ruby Hill Pipeline Loop (Additional              $300,000 Project complete and accepted.
         Funding)
051023   McCloud Water Tank Replacement (Refurbishment)               $75,000 RFP under review.
031015   Pressure Reducing Valves for Hillside Areas                 $265,000 In design. Anticipate contstruction Spring 2006.
031016   Water Quality Project to Foothill Tank (Additional          $225,000 Contract awarded May 2006. Anticipate construction completion
         Funding)                                                             Fall 2006.
948056   Water Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2004 -                 $727,706 On schedule.
         Annual Payments
         SEWER                                                       COST                           STATUS OF PROJECT
052002   Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement &                    $300,000 Bids received. Recommending award of contract May 2006.
         Improvements
052017   Electrical Panel Upgrades                                    $40,000 Design complete. Major parts on order.
012024   Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-      $460,000 Design complete. Construction pending additional funding in
         5 (Additional Funding)                                               FY2006-07, plus availability of inspection schedule.
032017   Sewer Flow Diversion Structure at Koll Center (Additional   $199,000 Contract awarded April 2006. Anticipate construction completion
         Funding)                                                             Fall 2006.
012027   Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-      $500,000 RFPs for design. Design review anticipated Fall 2006.
         6 (Additional Funding)
032024   Sewer Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2002 - Annual          $402,266 On schedule.
         Payments
948056   Sewer Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2004 - Annual          $240,206 On schedule.
         Payments




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        Mid-Year 2005-06

         Financial Tables
                                                                                           MID-YEAR 2005-06
                                                                                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                                                                         STREETS PROJECTS

                                                                                                                                               Quarter 2
                                                                                   Streets                                       Traffic        Traffic          Grants         Dev
CIP #                                                                              GF CIP         Gas Tax        Measure B       Dev Fee       Fee-Bernal          561         Contrib         NPID            Total
                                                                                   160162       550-552, 568     535, 575        161, 166         168          546,549,563      499           165, 625
         BEGINNING BALANCE
         REVENUES
           Traffic Development Fee                                                                                                 (311,479)                                                                    (311,479)
           Tri-Valley Transportation Fee                                                                                            (78,852)                                                                     (78,852)
  .        Dougherty Valley Mitigation Fees                                           85,750                                                                                                                      85,750
                                SUBTOTAL FEE REVENUE                                 $85,750                $0              $0    ($390,331)              $0              $0             $0              $0   ($304,581)
         Transfer to Next Year's Revenue                                                                                             45,188                                                                       45,188
            2105 Gas Tax (Prop 111)                                                                   (9,000)                                                                                                     (9,000)
            2107 Gas Tax                                                                              (6,000)                                                                                                     (6,000)
            2106 Gas Tax                                                                             (23,000)                                                                                                    (23,000)
            2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                                                                                                                                             0
            Measure B - Streets                                                                                       5,972                                                                                        5,972
           Traffic Congestion AB2928 (Final Year)                                                                                                                                                                      0
         Interest Income (Includes Interest from Project reserves)                    45,000          16,000         19,000          25,000                                                       54,000        159,000
         Developer Contributions:                                                                                                                                                                                      0
935030      Extension of Livingston Way/Shapell (Fund 464)                                                                                                                                                             0
985016      Dublin Canyon Road Widening                                                                                                                                                                                0
005068      From Greenbriar for Bernal Interchange                                                                                                                                                                     0
005029      Signature Properties for Bernal/Vineyard Avenue Projects                                                                                                                                                   0
025041      Signature Properties for Signal at Vineyard/Momtevino                                                                                                                                                      0
            Developer Contributions                                                                                                                                              170,730                        170,730
            ACTA Reimbursement - Slurry Seal                                         (25,681)                                                                                                                    (25,681)
985090      City of Dublin - Freeway Projects Reimbursement                          194,875                                                                                                                    194,875
025071      Reimbursement from PG&E- Undergrounding 1st St. Utilities                 63,610                                                                                                                      63,610
995020      Reimbursement from Safeway & Wyndham Hotel- Stoneridge Sidewalk          198,918                                                                                                                    198,918
035003      Reimbursement from P & S Richert - Resurfacing Streets                     5,000                                                                                                                       5,000
805021      Reimbursement from Greenbriar - Valley Ave. RR Undercrossing                                                                                                          68,848                          68,848
055021      MTC- PTAP Grant - Pavement Management                                                                                                                   18,149                                       18,149
055032      ISTEA Grant:West Las Positas Resurfacing: Hacienda to Hopyard                                                                                          135,000                                      135,000
005069      ISTEA Grant: West Las Positas Resurfacing: Tassajara Creek/ Hacienda                                                                                                                                       0
                                TOTAL REVENUES                                      $567,472        ($22,000)       $24,972       ($320,143)              $0      $153,149      $239,578         $54,000       $697,028
         TRANSFERS FROM:
          From Lower Income Housing Fund - Fee waivers(BRIDGE)                                                                        6,032                                                                        6,032
          From Developer Fund to Street CIP fund                                                                                                                                                                       0
         TRANSFERS TO:
          To/From Bernal Interchange Account                                                                                        266,291         33,709                                                      300,000
          General Fund from 2107.5 Gas Tax (moved to expenditure below)                                                                                                                                               0
          General Fund: Congestion Mgmt Prog (moved to exp below)                                                                                                                                                     0
          General Fund for NPID. Engineering (moved to expenditure below)                                                                                                                                             0
                                TOTAL TRANSFERS                                           $0              $0             $0       $272,323         $33,709              $0            $0              $0       $306,032
                             TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                  $567,472        ($22,000)       $24,972       ($47,820)        $33,709        $153,149      $239,578         $54,000      $1,003,060




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                                                                                                                                              Quarter 2
                                                                                   Streets                                     Traffic         Traffic        Grants       Dev
CIP #                                                                              GF CIP          Gas Tax       Measure B     Dev Fee        Fee-Bernal        561       Contrib        NPID      Total
                                                                                   160162        550-552, 568    535, 575      161, 166          168        546,549,563    499          165, 625
         EXPENDITURES:
005006    Stoneridge Drive Widening at Stoneridge Mall Road                                                                                                                                                0
005008    Dublin Canyon Road (Eastbound) Widening at Foothill Road                                                                                                                                         0
005011    Foothill Road Widening at Dublin Canyon Road                                                                                                                                                     0
005015    Second St. Reconstruction                                                   11,499                                                                                  (9,899)                  1,600
005017    I-580 Corridor Management/Signals, Phase I                                                                                                                                                       0
005024    Hopyard Road and Owens Drive Widening Phase II                                                                                                                                                   0
005029    Bernal Avenue Widening from Vineyard to Arroyo Del Valle                                                                                                                                         0
005030    Del Valle Parkway: Ext from First Str to California Ave (Addl Funding)                                                                                                                           0
005068    Bernal/I-680 Interchange                                                                                                                237,685                                           237,685
005069    West Las Positas Resurfacing: Tassajara Creek/ Hacienda                                                                                                                                          0
015031    Pleasanton Avenue Reconstruction from Rose Avenue to Division Street       (40,000)                      (222,917)                                                                       (262,917)
015032    Mohr Ave Sidewalk Construction: Kolln Str to Abandoned Railroad ROW                                                                                                                              0
015041    Tri-Valley Transportation Development Fee Reserve                                                                       (97,395)                                                           (97,395)
015067    I580/El Charro Interchange Study                                                                                                                                  114,461                 114,461
015068    Street Lighting Upgrades                                                                                                                                                                         0
025014    Vineyard Infrastructure                                                                                                                                            (3,098)                  (3,098)
025015    Sunol Blvd at I-680 South Bound Off Ramp: Install New Traffic Signal                                                                                                                             0
          Vineyard Corridor Infrastructure Improvements Phase I - Joint City
025022    PUSD Escrow Fund                                                                                                                                                                                0
025023    Dougherty Valley Mitigation Revenue Reserve                                 85,750                                                                                                         85,750
025030    Foothill Road Improvements, South of Oak Creek Drive                                                                                                                                            0
025041    Traffic Signal at Vineyard and Montevino                                                                                                                                                        0
025071    First and Kottinger Undergrounding for Street Lights and Laterals                                                                                                                               0
035004    Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                                                                                                                                        0
035006     Happy Valley Bypass Road                                                                                                                                                                       0
035007    Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                                                                                                                                            0
          Hacienda Drive @ Owens Drive: Reconfigure Intersection and Upgrade
035020    Traffic Signal                                                                                                                                                                                   0
035021    Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                          (21,141)                                                                                                       (21,141)
045003    Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                     (140,178)         (77,494)     (226,199)       (6,835)                                                         (450,706)
045004    Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                   (18,163)                                                                                                       (18,163)
045005    Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                           5,936                                                                                                          5,936
045009    Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects                                                                                                                              0
045012    Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                                                                                                                                      0
045018    Bernal-Meadowlark Drive Street Improvements                                                                                                                                                      0
          Replacement of Damaged Sidewalk and Curb and Gutter in the Val Vista
045019    Neighborhood                                                                (5,936)                                                                                                         (5,936)
045054    Traffic Signals at Foothill High                                           (12,939)                                      (5,999)                                                          (18,938)
045055    Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                       (24,357)                                           (4)                                                          (24,361)
055003    Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                      198,341         (961,958)      239,116         6,835                                                          (517,666)
055004    Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                                                                                                                                         0
055005    Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                                                                                                                                              0
055006    Signal - Bernal @ Fire Station 4                                            12,939                                       5,999                                                             18,938




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                                                                                                                                             Quarter 2
                                                                                      Streets                                  Traffic        Traffic         Grants       Dev
   CIP #                                                                              GF CIP        Gas Tax       Measure B    Dev Fee       Fee-Bernal         561       Contrib        NPID         Total
                                                                                      160162      550-552, 568    535, 575     161, 166         168         546,549,563    499          165, 625
   055007     Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                                                                                                                                            0
   055009     Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects                                                                                                                             0
   055012     Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                                                                                                                                     0
   055021     Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                         21,141                                                                  18,149                                 39,290
   055026     Second Bridge over Arroyo de la Laguna at Bernal                                                                                                                                                0
   055031      Vineyard Rubberized Asphalt and Median Improvements                                    660,000        210,000                                                                           870,000
   055032      Resurface West Las Positas - Hacienda to Hopyard                                       325,000                                                   135,000                                460,000
   055033      Vineyard Roundabout Removal                                                             54,168                                                                                           54,168
   055055     Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                       24,357                                                                                                         24,357
   800014     Stoneridge Dr Specific Plan Study                                                                                                                                                               0
   805014     Right of Way Transfer to Caltrans (NPID3)                                                                                                                                                       0
   805015     Traffic Signal at Bernal & Tawny                                                                                                                                (2,191)                    (2,191)
   805016     Vineyard Ave. Specific Plan                                                                                                                                    71,457                     71,457
   805017     Traffic Signal Equipment- TR 7381 Ponderosa                                                                                                                                                     0
   805019     TriValley Triangle Traffic Study                                                                                                                                                                0
   805021     Valley Ave. Railroad Undercrossing                                                                                                                             68,848                     68,848
   805024     New BART Station at the Mall                                                                                                                                                                    0
   935030     Extension of Livingston Way                                                                                                                                                                     0
   935045     Arroyo de la Laguna Imp: Removal of old Bernal Bridge Foundation                                                                                                                                0
   955029     First St Bridge at Arroyo Del Valle; Interim Improve (ISTEA/HBRR)                                                                                                                               0
   975039     Santa Rita at Valley Intersection Improvements (NPID#1)                                                                                                                                         0
   975062     Owens Drive Improvements - Phase II                                                                                                                                                             0
   985013     Storm Drainage Improvements on Foothill Rd South of Bernal Ave                                                                                                                                  0
   985016     Dublin Canyon Road Widening                                                                                                                                                                     0
   985090     Dublin Reimbursement for Future Projects                                  194,875                                                                                                        194,875
   995019     Foothill Rd Widening (East Side) Bernal to Foothill Pl (Addl Funding)                                                                                                                           0
   995020     Stoneridge Mall Rd Sidewalk & Construction - Canyon to Embarcadero                                                                                                                              0
   995028     Sutter Gate and Mohr Avenue: Resurface Intersection                                                                                                                                             0
   995031     Stanley Blvd. Widening at Valley/Bernal                                                                                                                                                         0
   995066     Dublin Canyon Road Bridge Replacement (Additional Funding)                                                                                                                                      0
   995067     Bernal Avenue at Arroyo Del Valle (Construct Second Bridge)                                                                                                                                     0
   999999     Interchanges Landscape Maintenance (NPID3)                                                                                                                                   157,049     157,049
   999999     To General Fund - Congestion Mgmt (moved from transfers above)                                                                                                                                  0
   999999     To General Fund for Administration (moved from transfers above)                                                                                                                 (460)        (460)
                                   STREET PROJECT TOTAL                                 292,124           (284)            -      (97,399)       237,685        153,149     239,578        156,589     981,442
                               ENDING STREET FUND BALANCE                               275,348        (21,716)       24,972       49,579       (203,976)             -           -       (102,589)     21,618
note: numbers in italics signify amendments/transfers already approved by council




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                                                                                                                                               Adjusted Budget
                                                                                   Streets                                       Traffic           Traffic          Grants          Dev
CIP #                                                                              GF CIP          Gas Tax       Measure B       Dev Fee         Fee-Bernal           561         Contrib         NPID            Total
                                                                                   160162        550-552, 568    535, 575        161, 166           168           546,549,563       499          165, 625
         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                         $6,791,419      $3,264,480    $2,654,072      $2,591,604         $872,348                 $0             $0   $2,680,792     $18,854,715
         REVENUES
           Traffic Development Fee                                                         0                 0               0      403,183                   0               0              0              0      403,183
           Tri-Valley Transportation Fee                                                   0                 0               0       43,957                   0               0              0              0       43,957
  .        Dougherty Valley Mitigation Fees                                          135,750                 0               0            0                   0               0              0              0      135,750
                                SUBTOTAL FEE REVENUE                                $135,750               $0            $0       $447,140                   $0            $0             $0             $0       $582,890
         Transfer to Next Year's Revenue                                                   0                0             0       (369,474)                   0             0              0              0        (369,474)
            2105 Gas Tax (Prop 111)                                                        0          416,000             0              0                    0             0              0              0         416,000
            2107 Gas Tax                                                                   0          564,000             0              0                    0             0              0              0         564,000
            2106 Gas Tax                                                                   0          267,000             0              0                    0             0              0              0         267,000
            2107.5 Gas Tax                                                                 0            7,500             0              0                    0             0              0              0           7,500
            Measure B - Streets                                                            0                0       622,972              0                    0             0              0              0         622,972
           Traffic Congestion AB2928 (Final Year)                                          0          282,712             0              0                    0             0              0              0         282,712
         Interest Income (Includes Interest from Project reserves)                   130,000           56,000        39,000         65,000                    0             0              0         64,000         354,000
         Developer Contributions:                                                          0                0             0              0                    0             0              0              0               0
935030      Extension of Livingston Way/Shapell (Fund 464)                                 0                0             0              0                    0             0         12,000              0          12,000
985016      Dublin Canyon Road Widening                                                    0                0             0              0                    0             0        863,487              0         863,487
005068      From Greenbriar for Bernal Interchange                                         0                0             0              0                    0             0        217,581              0         217,581
005029      Signature Properties for Bernal/Vineyard Avenue Projects                       0                0             0              0                    0             0        784,117              0         784,117
025041      Signature Properties for Signal at Vineyard/Momtevino                          0                0             0              0                    0             0         66,262              0          66,262
            Developer Contributions                                                        0                0             0              0                    0             0      2,882,888              0       2,882,888
            ACTA Reimbursement - Slurry Seal                                          27,937                0             0              0                    0             0              0              0          27,937
985090      City of Dublin - Freeway Projects Reimbursement                          194,875                0             0              0                    0             0              0              0         194,875
025071      Reimbursement from PG&E- Undergrounding 1st St. Utilities                 63,610                0             0              0                    0             0              0              0          63,610
995020      Reimbursement from Safeway & Wyndham Hotel- Stoneridge Sidewalk          198,918                0             0              0                    0             0              0              0         198,918
035003      Reimbursement from P & S Richert - Resurfacing Streets                     5,000                0             0              0                    0             0              0              0           5,000
805021      Reimbursement from Greenbriar - Valley Ave. RR Undercrossing                   0                0             0              0                    0             0         68,848              0          68,848
055021      MTC- PTAP Grant - Pavement Management                                          0                0             0              0                    0        18,149              0              0          18,149
055032      ISTEA Grant:West Las Positas Resurfacing: Hacienda to Hopyard                  0                0             0              0                    0       135,000              0              0         135,000
005069      ISTEA Grant: West Las Positas Resurfacing: Tassajara Creek/ Hacienda           0                0             0              0                    0       139,509              0              0         139,509
                                TOTAL REVENUES                                      $756,090       $1,593,212      $661,972       $142,666                   $0      $292,658     $4,895,183        $64,000      $8,405,781
         TRANSFERS FROM:
          From Lower Income Housing Fund - Fee waivers(BRIDGE)                             0                 0               0       63,332                   0               0            0                0       63,332
          From Developer Fund to Street CIP fund                                     211,250                 0               0            0                   0               0     (211,250)               0            0
         TRANSFERS TO:
          To/From Bernal Interchange Account                                                 0               0               0      (33,709)          33,709                  0              0              0             0
          General Fund from 2107.5 Gas Tax (moved to expenditure below)                      0               0               0            0                0                  0              0              0             0
          General Fund: Congestion Mgmt Prog (moved to exp below)                            0               0               0            0                0                  0              0              0             0
          General Fund for NPID. Engineering (moved to expenditure below)                    0               0               0            0                0                  0              0              0             0
                                TOTAL TRANSFERS                                     $211,250               $0            $0         $29,623          $33,709               $0      ($211,250)            $0         $63,332
                             TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                 $7,758,759      $4,857,692    $3,316,044      $2,763,893         $906,057         $292,658     $4,683,933     $2,744,792     $27,323,828




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                                                                                                                                           Adjusted Budget
                                                                                   Streets                                  Traffic            Traffic          Grants        Dev
CIP #                                                                              GF CIP         Gas Tax      Measure B    Dev Fee          Fee-Bernal           561        Contrib        NPID          Total
                                                                                   160162       550-552, 568   535, 575     161, 166            168           546,549,563     499          165, 625
         EXPENDITURES:
005006    Stoneridge Drive Widening at Stoneridge Mall Road                                0               0            0            0                 0                0      153,700              0       153,700
005008    Dublin Canyon Road (Eastbound) Widening at Foothill Road                         0               0            0            0                 0                0       90,000              0        90,000
005011    Foothill Road Widening at Dublin Canyon Road                                     0               0            0            0                 0                0      998,000              0       998,000
005015    Second St. Reconstruction                                                   11,499               0            0            0                 0                0       (9,899)             0         1,600
005017    I-580 Corridor Management/Signals, Phase I                                  33,965               0            0            0                 0                0            0              0        33,965
005024    Hopyard Road and Owens Drive Widening Phase II                                   0               0            0            0                 0                0            0         96,762        96,762
005029    Bernal Avenue Widening from Vineyard to Arroyo Del Valle                    97,114               0            0      182,062                 0                0      784,117              0     1,063,293
005030    Del Valle Parkway: Ext from First Str to California Ave (Addl Funding)     223,960               0            0      256,040                 0                0            0              0       480,000
005068    Bernal/I-680 Interchange                                                         0               0            0            0           906,057                0      217,581              0     1,123,638
005069    West Las Positas Resurfacing: Tassajara Creek/ Hacienda                          0          35,926            0            0                 0          139,509            0              0       175,435
015031    Pleasanton Avenue Reconstruction from Rose Avenue to Division Street             0               0       51,988            0                 0                0            0              0        51,988
015032    Mohr Ave Sidewalk Construction: Kolln Str to Abandoned Railroad ROW         49,064               0            0            0                 0                0            0              0        49,064
015041    Tri-Valley Transportation Development Fee Reserve                                0               0            0      300,519                 0                0            0              0       300,519
015067    I580/El Charro Interchange Study                                                 0               0            0            0                 0                0      114,461              0       114,461
015068    Street Lighting Upgrades                                                   113,475          51,956        9,115            0                 0                0            0              0       174,546
025014    Vineyard Infrastructure                                                          0               0            0            0                 0                0       (3,098)             0        (3,098)
025015    Sunol Blvd at I-680 South Bound Off Ramp: Install New Traffic Signal        35,699               0            0      247,483                 0                0            0              0       283,182
          Vineyard Corridor Infrastructure Improvements Phase I - Joint City
025022    PUSD Escrow Fund                                                                 0               0            0              0                  0              0           0                0           0
025023    Dougherty Valley Mitigation Revenue Reserve                                656,150               0            0              0                  0              0           0                0     656,150
025030    Foothill Road Improvements, South of Oak Creek Drive                         6,000               0       44,000              0                  0              0           0                0      50,000
025041    Traffic Signal at Vineyard and Montevino                                   (66,262)              0            0              0                  0              0      66,262                0           0
025071    First and Kottinger Undergrounding for Street Lights and Laterals          114,697               0            0              0                  0              0           0                0     114,697
035004    Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                    27,937           6,006       12,546              0                  0              0           0                0      46,489
035006     Happy Valley Bypass Road                                                  500,000               0            0              0                  0              0     500,000                0   1,000,000
035007    Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                         8,177         144,012            0              0                  0              0           0                0     152,189
          Hacienda Drive @ Owens Drive: Reconfigure Intersection and Upgrade
035020    Traffic Signal                                                              76,000               0            0              0                  0              0             0              0      76,000
035021    Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                               0               0            0              0                  0              0             0              0           0
045003    Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                            0       1,514,345      842,758              0                  0              0             0              0   2,357,103
045004    Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                     1,837          60,000      170,000              0                  0              0             0              0     231,837
045005    Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                        114,367               0            0              0                  0              0             0              0     114,367
045009    Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects        149,905               0            0              0                  0              0             0              0     149,905
045012    Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                 12,436               0            0              0                  0              0             0              0      12,436
045018    Bernal-Meadowlark Drive Street Improvements                                105,755               0            0              0                  0              0             0              0     105,755
          Replacement of Damaged Sidewalk and Curb and Gutter in the Val Vista
045019    Neighborhood                                                                 2,563               0       83,079            0                    0              0             0              0      85,642
045054    Traffic Signals at Foothill High                                                 0               0            0        1,076                    0              0             0              0       1,076
045055    Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                         1,428               0            0            0                    0              0             0              0       1,428
055003    Annual Resurfacing of Various Streets                                      378,341         233,042      864,116        6,835                    0              0             0              0   1,482,334
055004    Annual Slurry Sealing of Various Streets                                   140,000               0            0            0                    0              0             0              0     140,000
055005    Annual Sidewalk and Intersection Ramp Installations                        130,000               0            0            0                    0              0             0              0     130,000
055006    Signal - Bernal @ Fire Station 4                                            31,078               0            0        5,999                    0              0             0              0      37,077




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                                                                                                                                       Adjusted Budget
                                                                                 Streets                                  Traffic          Traffic          Grants       Dev
CIP #                                                                            GF CIP         Gas Tax      Measure B    Dev Fee        Fee-Bernal           561       Contrib       NPID          Total
                                                                                 160162       550-552, 568   535, 575     161, 166          168           546,549,563    499         165, 625
055007   Annual Traffic Buttons and Line Markers Installation                             0         99,228            0            0                  0             0           0             0        99,228
055009   Annual Curb and Gutter Replacements for Street Resurfacing Projects        150,000              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0       150,000
055012   Annual Sidewalk Maintenance                                                150,000              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0       150,000
055021   Evaluation and Reclassification of Street Surfaces                          71,141              0            0            0                  0        18,149           0             0        89,290
055026   Second Bridge over Arroyo de la Laguna at Bernal                           400,000              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0       400,000
055031    Vineyard Rubberized Asphalt and Median Improvements                             0        660,000      210,000            0                  0             0           0             0       870,000
055032    Resurface West Las Positas - Hacienda to Hopyard                                0        325,000            0            0                  0       135,000           0             0       460,000
055033    Vineyard Roundabout Removal                                                     0         54,168            0            0                  0             0           0             0        54,168
055055   Neighborhood Traffic Calming Devices                                        74,357              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0        74,357
800014   Stoneridge Dr Specific Plan Study                                                0              0            0            0                  0             0     234,288             0       234,288
805014   Right of Way Transfer to Caltrans (NPID3)                                        0              0            0            0                  0             0           0        52,796        52,796
805015   Traffic Signal at Bernal & Tawny                                                 0              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0             0
805016   Vineyard Ave. Specific Plan                                                      0              0            0            0                  0             0     536,614             0       536,614
805017   Traffic Signal Equipment- TR 7381 Ponderosa                                      0              0            0            0                  0             0      57,572             0        57,572
805019   TriValley Triangle Traffic Study                                            58,000              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0        58,000
805021   Valley Ave. Railroad Undercrossing                                               0              0            0            0                  0             0      68,848             0        68,848
805024   New BART Station at the Mall                                                     0              0            0      500,000                  0             0           0             0       500,000
935030   Extension of Livingston Way                                                      0              0            0            0                  0             0      12,000             0        12,000
935045   Arroyo de la Laguna Imp: Removal of old Bernal Bridge Foundation             5,879              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0         5,879
955029   First St Bridge at Arroyo Del Valle; Interim Improve (ISTEA/HBRR)            9,909              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0         9,909
975039   Santa Rita at Valley Intersection Improvements (NPID#1)                          0              0            0            0                  0             0           0     1,236,706     1,236,706
975062   Owens Drive Improvements - Phase II                                              0              0            0            0                  0             0           0        72,844        72,844
985013   Storm Drainage Improvements on Foothill Rd South of Bernal Ave              62,400              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0        62,400
985016   Dublin Canyon Road Widening                                                      0        157,000      393,000            0                  0             0     863,487             0     1,413,487
985090   Dublin Reimbursement for Future Projects                                 2,634,627              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0     2,634,627
995019   Foothill Rd Widening (East Side) Bernal to Foothill Pl (Addl Funding)            0        211,820            0            0                  0             0           0             0       211,820
995020   Stoneridge Mall Rd Sidewalk & Construction - Canyon to Embarcadero         184,342              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0       184,342
995028   Sutter Gate and Mohr Avenue: Resurface Intersection                              0        118,044            0            0                  0             0           0             0       118,044
995031   Stanley Blvd. Widening at Valley/Bernal                                          0              0            0            0                  0             0           0             0             0
995066   Dublin Canyon Road Bridge Replacement (Additional Funding)                 126,517              0      500,977            0                  0             0           0             0       627,494
995067   Bernal Avenue at Arroyo Del Valle (Construct Second Bridge)                      0        793,069            0      105,205                  0             0           0             0       898,274
999999   Interchanges Landscape Maintenance (NPID3)                                       0              0            0            0                  0             0           0     1,178,948     1,178,948
999999   To General Fund - Congestion Mgmt (moved from transfers above)                   0              0       21,000            0                  0             0           0             0        21,000
999999   To General Fund for Administration (moved from transfers above)                  0          7,500            0            0                  0             0           0        25,970        33,470
                          STREET PROJECT TOTAL                                   $6,882,357     $4,471,116   $3,202,579   $1,605,219        $906,057         $292,658   $4,683,933   $2,664,026   $24,707,945
                       ENDING STREET FUND BALANCE                                 $876,402       $386,576     $113,465    $1,158,674              $0               $0           $0      $80,766    $2,615,883




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                                                                                                                                                 Quarter 2
                                                                                                      Parks          Parks           Park           Park        Public            Grants
CIP #                                                                                                General       Renovation     Dedication     Dedication    Facilities     and Donations      Total
                                                                                                     Fund CIP      Fund (GF)      Pre 12/31/98   post 1/1/99   Fee (PFF)      572,164,404,547
                                                                                                       164            164             159           159          159           561,563,573
         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                                                                               $0
         REVENUES
           Park Dedication Fees                                                                                                                    (571,651)                                     (571,651)
                                          TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                                   $0             $0             $0   ($571,651)              $0                $0   ($571,651)
           Less Transfer to Next Year's Revenue                                                                                                    571,651                                        571,651
           Developer Contribution from Applied BioSystems (404)                                                                                                                                         0
           Grant - Prop 12 (Val Vista) (164)                                                                                                                                          2,000         2,000
           Measure B Grant - Ironhorse Trail (573)                                                                                                                                                      0
           Measure B Grant - General Trails (573)                                                                                                                                                       0
           Park Bond Grant (547) Bernal Creek                                                                                                                                                           0
           DWR Grant (572) Bernal Creek                                                                                                                                                                 0
           EBRPD contribution - Ironhorse Trail (164)                                                                                                                               50,000         50,000
           Interest                                                                                     73,000                                         7,000                        10,000         90,000
           Grants: Prop 40- Bernal Community Park (547)                                                                                                                                                 0
           Grants: Prop 40 - Alviso Adobe(547)                                                                                                                                                          0
           Donation from Rotary Club - Main St Trail (164)                                                                                                                                              0
           From DSRSD for odor mitigation - Val Vista Park (164)                                                                                                                                        0
                                  TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                            $73,000                $0             $0       $7,000              $0        $62,000      $142,000
         TRANSFERS
           Parks Renovation Fund                                                                                                                                                                          0
           From Misc General Fund CIP - Donlon Fields                                                                                                                                                     0
           General Fund -- Annual Contribution (Includes $655,000 above programmed contribution of
           $800,000 to complete Val Vista Park [$255,000] and Bernal Park [$400,000])                                                                                                                     0
           Misc General Fund CIP -- Public Facility Fees                                                                                                                                                  0
                                  TOTAL ESTIMATED TRANSFERS                                                $0                $0             $0           $0              $0             $0            $0
                                    TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                             $73,000                $0             $0       $7,000              $0        $62,000      $142,000
         EXPENDITURES:
007036    Aquatic Center Expansion Phase II                                                                                                                                                               0
007046    Benches - Various Parks                                                                                                                                                                         0
007049    Irrigation Sprinklers - Sports Park                                                                                                                                                             0
007050    Irrigation System Design- Fairland Park                                                                                                                                                         0
007051    Irrigation System Design- Centennial Park                                                                                                                                                       0
007056    Planter Renovation - Various Parks                                                                                                                                                              0
007057    Park Sign Replacement - Various Parks                                                                                                                                                           0
007059    Basketball Court Resurfacing - Various Parks                                                                                                                                                    0
007060    Volleyball Court Renovation- Various Parks                                                                                                                                                      0
007065     Bernal Community Park Reserve                                                                                                                                                                  0
017036    BMX Riding Park                                                                                                                                                                                 0
017037     General Trail Improvements and Development                                                                                                                                                     0




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                                                                                                         Parks       Parks         Park           Park        Public          Grants
CIP #                                                                                                   General    Renovation   Dedication     Dedication    Facilities   and Donations     Total
                                                                                                        Fund CIP   Fund (GF)    Pre 12/31/98   post 1/1/99   Fee (PFF)    572,164,404,547
                                                                                                          164         164           159           159          159         561,563,573
017042    South Pleasanton Park - 5-acres (Site Acquisition Reserve)                                                                                                                                0
017043   Stoneridge Mall Road Landscape Renovations                                                                                                                                                 0
017045   Bernal Property Improvements Reserve                                                                                                                                                       0
017050   Drinking Fountains: Various Parks                                                                                                                                                          0
017053   Sprinklers: Various Parks                                                                                                                                                                  0
017054   Irrigation Pumps: Amaral & Meadows                                                                                                                                                         0
017056   Concrete Repair at Sports Park                                                                                                                                                             0
017058   Picnic Tables: Various Parks                                                                                                                                                               0
017059   Bar-B-Ques: Various Parks                                                                                                                                                                  0
017061   Tennis Court Resurfacing at Fairlands                                                                                                                                                      0
017063   Exercise Course Renovation: Meadows                                                                                                                                                        0
027011   Median Renovation Irrigation                                                                                                                                                               0
027012   Fairlands Irrigation Renovation                                                                                                                                                            0
027021   Pathway Replacements                                                                                                                                                                       0
027024   Improvements to Hart Middle School Baseball Field                                                                                                                                          0
027026   Picnic Table Replacements                                                                                                                                                                  0
027027   East Stoneridge Plant Replacement                                                                                                                                                          0
027028   Planter Renovation at Oakhill                                                                                                                                                              0
027031   Basketball Court Resurfacing                                                                                                                                                               0
027032   Tree Replacements                                                                                                                                                                          0
027033   Tennis Park Court Renovation                                                                                                                                                               0
027034   Light Pole Painting and Repair                                                                                                                                                             0
027035   Sports Park Field Renovation                                                                                                                                                               0
027036   West Las Positas Median Design                                                                                                                                                             0
027060   Playground Renovations                                                                                                                                                                     0
037025   Renovation Hardball Field "A"                                                                                                                                                              0
037028    New Community Park: Site Acquisition Reserve                                                                                                                                              0
037027    City Constructed and Owned Storage Facilities at Sports Park for use by Sports Groups                                                                                                     0
037031   Renovation of Urban Trailheads                                                                                                                                                             0
037032   Valley Trail Drinking Fountain                                                                                                                                                             0
037033   Amador & Muirwood Fence Repair                                                                                                                                                             0
037034   Kottinger Booster Pump                                                                                                                                                                     0
037035   Park Sidewalk Repairs                                                                                                                                                                      0
037036   Planter Renovation                                                                                                                                                                         0
037037   Tree Planting areas 2 & 5                                                                                                                                                                  0
037039   Rail Repainting at Tennis Park                                                                                                                                                             0
037041   Amador Field renovation                                                                                                                                                                    0
037042   Irrigation Renovation - West Las Positas                                                                                                                                                   0
037043   Median Renovation: Valley @ Busch                                                                                                                                                          0




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                                                                                                       Parks       Parks           Park           Park        Public            Grants
  CIP #                                                                                               General    Renovation     Dedication     Dedication    Facilities     and Donations     Total
                                                                                                      Fund CIP   Fund (GF)      Pre 12/31/98   post 1/1/99   Fee (PFF)      572,164,404,547
                                                                                                        164         164             159           159          159           561,563,573
   037044         Median Renovation: Gatetree Circle                                                                                                                                                0
   037049         Bernal Creek Restoration                                                                                                                                                          0
   037054         Sports Fields at Donlon School                                                                                                                                                    0
   038030          Delucchi Park - Downtown Restrooms - Additional Funding                                                                                                                          0
   047016         Suttergate Park Expansion                                                                                                                                                         0
   047020          Extension of Alamo Canal (Ironhorse) Trail under I-580                                                                                                                           0
   047021          Development of Bernal Property Trail System                                                                                                                                      0
   047022         Planter Renovation                                                                                                                                                                0
   047023         Irrigation Renovation Area 4                                                                                                                                                      0
   047026         Irrigation Renovation Area 1                                                                                                                                                      0
   047027         Irrigation Renovation Area 3                                                                                                                                                      0
   047028         Storage Replacement - Sports Park                                                                                                                                                 0
   047029         Hardball Fields Renovation Sports Park                                                                                                                                            0
   047030         Parks Sidewalk Replacement                                                                                                                                                        0
   047031         Playground Surfacing                                                                                                                                                              0
   047032         Light Standard Repainting                                                                                                                                                         0
   047033         Tawny Basketball Background Renovation                                                                                                                                            0
   047034         Irrigation Backflow Cover Replacement                                                                                                                                             0
   047035         Bridge Replacement - The Preserve                                                                                                                                                 0
   057016         Iron horse Trail                                                                                                                                                50,000       50,000
   807002         Purchase 4254 Vervais Avenue                                                                                                                                                      0
   968031         Century House - Interior Decoration                                                                                                                                               0
   978053         Centennial Park Art Project                                                                                                                                                       0
   987025          Alviso Adobe Community Park                                                                                                                                                      0
   997042          Val Vista Park Renovation and Expansion                                                                                                                          2,000       2,000
   997059         Turfgrass - Sports Park                                                                                                                                                           0
   997072         Irrigation - Turf - Various Parks                                                                                                                                                 0
   997073         Irrigation - Shrubs - Various Parks                                                                                                                                               0
   997074         Irrigation - Valves - Various Parks                                                                                                                                               0
   997075         Irrigation - Controllers - Various Parks                                                                                                                                          0
   997086          Main Street Green Public Art                                                                                                                                                     0
                                                        TOTAL PARKS PROJECTS                                $0             $0             $0           $0              $0        $52,000      $52,000
                                                      ENDING PARKS FUND BALANCE                        $73,000             $0             $0       $7,000              $0        $10,000      $90,000
note: numbers in italics signify amendments/transfers already approved by council




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                                                                                                     Parks            Parks            Park               Park            Public              Grants
CIP #                                                                                               General         Renovation      Dedication         Dedication        Facilities       and Donations        Total
                                                                                                    Fund CIP        Fund (GF)       Pre 12/31/98       post 1/1/99       Fee (PFF)        572,164,404,547
                                                                                                      164              164              159               159              159             561,563,573
         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                          $9,472,504      $3,006,696      $2,155,269           $958,279         $533,847             $289,022 $16,415,617
         REVENUES
           Park Dedication Fees                                                                                0                0                0        785,496                     0                  0     785,496
                                          TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                                $0                 $0              $0        $785,496                $0                   $0       $785,496
           Less Transfer to Next Year's Revenue                                                             0                  0               0        (785,496)                0                    0       (785,496)
           Developer Contribution from Applied BioSystems (404)                                             0                  0               0               0                 0              400,000        400,000
           Grant - Prop 12 (Val Vista) (164)                                                                0                  0               0               0                 0              157,976        157,976
           Measure B Grant - Ironhorse Trail (573)                                                          0                  0               0               0                 0              450,000        450,000
           Measure B Grant - General Trails (573)                                                           0                  0               0               0                 0              165,000        165,000
           Park Bond Grant (547) Bernal Creek                                                               0                  0               0               0                 0              383,725        383,725
           DWR Grant (572) Bernal Creek                                                                     0                  0               0               0                 0              508,368        508,368
           EBRPD contribution - Ironhorse Trail (164)                                                       0                  0               0               0                 0              100,000        100,000
           Interest                                                                                   195,000                  0               0          48,000            10,000               10,000        263,000
           Grants: Prop 40- Bernal Community Park (547)                                                     0                  0               0               0                 0              291,000        291,000
           Grants: Prop 40 - Alviso Adobe(547)                                                              0                  0               0               0                 0              179,260        179,260
           Donation from Rotary Club - Main St Trail (164)                                             10,000                  0               0               0                 0                    0         10,000
           From DSRSD for odor mitigation - Val Vista Park (164)                                            0                  0               0               0                 0              200,000        200,000
                                   TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                         $205,000                  $0              $0          $48,000          $10,000          $2,845,329       $3,108,329
         TRANSFERS
           Parks Renovation Fund                                                                            0       (3,006,697)                  0                   0                0                  0   (3,006,697)
           From Misc General Fund CIP - Donlon Fields                                                 500,000                0                   0                   0                0                  0      500,000
           General Fund -- Annual Contribution (Includes $655,000 above programmed contribution
           of $800,000 to complete Val Vista Park [$255,000] and Bernal Park [$400,000])            2,000,000                   0                0                   0           0                       0    2,000,000
           Misc General Fund CIP -- Public Facility Fees                                                    0                   0                0                   0     310,000                       0      310,000
                                  TOTAL ESTIMATED TRANSFERS                                        $2,500,000      ($3,006,697)             $0                 $0        $310,000                   $0   ($196,697)
                                    TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                         $12,177,504              ($1)     $2,155,269         $1,006,279        $853,847           $3,134,351 $19,327,249
         EXPENDITURES:
007036    Aquatic Center Expansion Phase II                                                           280,068                   0            0                       0           0                    0         280,068
007046    Benches - Various Parks                                                                           0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007049    Irrigation Sprinklers - Sports Park                                                               0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007050    Irrigation System Design- Fairland Park                                                           0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007051    Irrigation System Design- Centennial Park                                                         0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007056    Planter Renovation - Various Parks                                                                0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007057    Park Sign Replacement - Various Parks                                                             0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007059    Basketball Court Resurfacing - Various Parks                                                      0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007060    Volleyball Court Renovation- Various Parks                                                        0                   0            0                       0           0                    0               0
007065     Bernal Community Park Reserve                                                            2,640,060                   0    1,780,290                       0           0              291,000       4,711,350
017036    BMX Riding Park                                                                              20,713                   0            0                       0           0                    0          20,713
017037     General Trail Improvements and Development                                                 101,595                   0            0                       0     142,947              259,827         504,369




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                                                                                                         Parks        Parks            Park             Park          Public          Grants
CIP #                                                                                                   General     Renovation      Dedication       Dedication      Facilities   and Donations      Total
                                                                                                        Fund CIP    Fund (GF)       Pre 12/31/98     post 1/1/99     Fee (PFF)    572,164,404,547
                                                                                                          164          164              159             159            159         561,563,573
017042    South Pleasanton Park - 5-acres (Site Acquisition Reserve)                                       50,000               0      253,605           26,395              0          400,000       730,000
017043   Stoneridge Mall Road Landscape Renovations                                                             0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017045   Bernal Property Improvements Reserve                                                           4,206,812               0            0                0        565,000                0     4,771,812
017050   Drinking Fountains: Various Parks                                                                      0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017053   Sprinklers: Various Parks                                                                              0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017054   Irrigation Pumps: Amaral & Meadows                                                                     0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017056   Concrete Repair at Sports Park                                                                         0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017058   Picnic Tables: Various Parks                                                                           0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017059   Bar-B-Ques: Various Parks                                                                              0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017061   Tennis Court Resurfacing at Fairlands                                                                  0               0            0                0              0                0             0
017063   Exercise Course Renovation: Meadows                                                                    0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027011   Median Renovation Irrigation                                                                           0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027012   Fairlands Irrigation Renovation                                                                        0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027021   Pathway Replacements                                                                                   0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027024   Improvements to Hart Middle School Baseball Field                                                 60,000               0            0                0              0                0        60,000
027026   Picnic Table Replacements                                                                              0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027027   East Stoneridge Plant Replacement                                                                      0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027028   Planter Renovation at Oakhill                                                                          0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027031   Basketball Court Resurfacing                                                                           0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027032   Tree Replacements                                                                                      0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027033   Tennis Park Court Renovation                                                                           0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027034   Light Pole Painting and Repair                                                                         0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027035   Sports Park Field Renovation                                                                           0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027036   West Las Positas Median Design                                                                         0               0            0                0              0                0             0
027060   Playground Renovations                                                                                 0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037025   Renovation Hardball Field "A"                                                                          0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037028    New Community Park: Site Acquisition Reserve                                                          0               0            0          733,486              0                0       733,486
037027    City Constructed and Owned Storage Facilities at Sports Park for use by Sports Groups            25,275               0            0                0              0                0        25,275
037031   Renovation of Urban Trailheads                                                                         0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037032   Valley Trail Drinking Fountain                                                                         0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037033   Amador & Muirwood Fence Repair                                                                         0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037034   Kottinger Booster Pump                                                                                 0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037035   Park Sidewalk Repairs                                                                                  0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037036   Planter Renovation                                                                                     0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037037   Tree Planting areas 2 & 5                                                                              0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037039   Rail Repainting at Tennis Park                                                                         0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037041   Amador Field renovation                                                                                0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037042   Irrigation Renovation - West Las Positas                                                               0               0            0                0              0                0             0
037043   Median Renovation: Valley @ Busch                                                                      0               0            0                0              0                0             0




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                                                                                                                                  Adjusted Budget
                                                                                       Parks        Parks             Park             Park          Public          Grants
CIP #                                                                                 General     Renovation       Dedication       Dedication      Facilities   and Donations      Total
                                                                                      Fund CIP    Fund (GF)        Pre 12/31/98     post 1/1/99     Fee (PFF)    572,164,404,547
                                                                                        164          164               159             159            159         561,563,573
037044   Median Renovation: Gatetree Circle                                                   0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
037049   Bernal Creek Restoration                                                     1,226,509               0             0                 0             0          892,093     2,118,602
037054   Sports Fields at Donlon School                                                 509,873               0             0                 0             0                0       509,873
038030    Delucchi Park - Downtown Restrooms - Additional Funding                       399,941               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047016   Suttergate Park Expansion                                                      153,115               0             0                 0             0                0       153,115
047020    Extension of Alamo Canal (Ironhorse) Trail under I-580                        100,000               0             0                 0             0                0       100,000
047021    Development of Bernal Property Trail System                                   200,000               0             0                 0             0                0       200,000
047022   Planter Renovation                                                                   0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047023   Irrigation Renovation Area 4                                                         0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047026   Irrigation Renovation Area 1                                                         0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047027   Irrigation Renovation Area 3                                                         0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047028   Storage Replacement - Sports Park                                                    0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047029   Hardball Fields Renovation Sports Park                                               0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047030   Parks Sidewalk Replacement                                                           0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047031   Playground Surfacing                                                                 0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047032   Light Standard Repainting                                                            0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047033   Tawny Basketball Background Renovation                                               0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047034   Irrigation Backflow Cover Replacement                                                0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
047035   Bridge Replacement - The Preserve                                                    0               0             0                 0             0           10,000        10,000
057016   Iron horse Trail                                                                     0               0             0                 0             0          876,074       876,074
807002   Purchase 4254 Vervais Avenue                                                         0               0             0             1,721             0                0         1,721
968031   Century House - Interior Decoration                                             20,000               0             0                 0             0                0        20,000
978053   Centennial Park Art Project                                                     12,619               0             0                 0             0                0        12,619
987025    Alviso Adobe Community Park                                                 1,862,015               0       121,374                 0       132,845          179,260     2,295,494
997042    Val Vista Park Renovation and Expansion                                             0               0             0                 0             0          200,899       200,899
997059   Turfgrass - Sports Park                                                              0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
997072   Irrigation - Turf - Various Parks                                                    0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
997073   Irrigation - Shrubs - Various Parks                                                  0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
997074   Irrigation - Valves - Various Parks                                                  0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
997075   Irrigation - Controllers - Various Parks                                             0               0             0                 0             0                0             0
997086    Main Street Green Public Art                                                  142,836               0             0                 0             0                0       142,836
                                  TOTAL PARKS PROJECTS                            $12,011,431               ($1)   $2,155,269        $761,602       $840,792       $3,109,153 $18,878,246
                                ENDING PARKS FUND BALANCE                            $166,073                $0            $0        $244,677        $13,055          $25,198    $449,003




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                                                                                                                             Quarter 2
                                                                                        Expansion      Public Fac.    Misc. Gen       Golf Fund       Misc. Storm
CIP #                                                                                     Fund            Fee         Fund CIP           CIP          Drain Fund    Total
                                                                                       154, 405, 158      154          151,572         308,358           357
         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                                                  $0
         REVENUES:
         ESTIMATED REVENUES
         Public Facilities Fee                                                                            (695,223)                                                  (695,223)
         Res Fee, CIP Fee, GM Fee                                                                                                                                           0
                                  TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                               $0     ($695,223)              $0              $0            $0   ($695,223)
           Transfer to Next Year's Revenue                                                                 695,223                                                    695,223
           COPS Federal Grant - 20 Mobile Computers                                                                                                                         0
           Off Road Vehicles for Fire Service (Fund 405)                                                                                                                    0
           Green Building Grant - Fire Station Relocation (572)                                                                                                             0
           State Grant - Photo Voltaic -Fire Station Relocation (151)                                                                                                       0
           Developer Reimbursement - Golf Course                                                                                                                            0
           Alameda County Fairgrounds Reimbursement for Bernal Storm Drain                                                                                                  0
           Interest Income from CIP Project Reserves                                                                                                                        0
           Interest Income                                                                                  24,000       160,000          24,795            9,000     217,795
                           TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                               $0       $24,000      $160,000         $24,795           $9,000   $217,795
         TRANSFER FROM:
           From General Fund - Annual Contribution                                                                                                                          0
           From Lower Income Housing Fund for Fee Waivers (BRIDGE)                                            3,950                                                     3,950
           From Urban Runoff Fund                                                                                                                                           0
         TRANSFERS TO:                                                                                                                                                      0
           Lease/Debt Payments for 2003 Certificates of Participation                                                                                                       0
           To Park CIP for Donlon School Fields                                                                                                                             0
           To 04 Bonds Debt Service Fund (moved from expenditures below)                                                                                                    0
           To Move Public Facilities Fees to Park CIP                                                                                                                       0
                              NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                              $0        $3,950            $0              $0               $0      3,950
                              TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                               $0       $27,950      $160,000         $24,795           $9,000   $221,745
         EXPENDITURES:
008039    Veterans Memorial Building Renovation                                                                                                                             0
018021    Mission Hills Park - Construct New Storm V-Ditch                                                                                                                  0
          Downtown Parking Improvements Including Improvements to the Alameda
018044    County Transportation Corridor (ACTC)                                                                                                                             0
018046    Fire Station No. 4: Relocation from Railroad Avenue to the Bernal Property                                      14,925                                       14,925
018047    Remodel Police Dept Dispatch Ctr & Evidence Storage Improvements                                                                                                  0




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                                                                                                                                     Quarter 2
                                                                                               Expansion       Public Fac.    Misc. Gen      Golf Fund     Misc. Storm
  CIP #                                                                                          Fund             Fee         Fund CIP           CIP       Drain Fund    Total
                                                                                              154, 405, 158       154          151,572        308,358         357
  028006       Downtown Specific Plan Improvements Reserve                                                                                                                      0
  038011       Railroad Avenue Fire Station: Reuse of Building                                                                                                                  0
  038023       Kottinger Creek Restoration                                                                                                                                      0
  038026       Bernal Avenue Flooding Study & Drainage Improvements                                                                                                             0
  038029       Fence Installation/Replacement at Various Locations                                                                                                              0
  048006       Youth Center Feasibility Study                                                                                                                                   0
  048010       Library Space Needs Assessment Study                                                                                                                             0
  048025       Storm Water Quality Improvement Projecs                                                                                                                          0
  048051       Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                                         (60,000)       (30,000)     (300,000)                                (390,000)
  055031       Vineyard Ave Rubberized Asphalt and Median Imp. (see also Streets CIP)                60,000         30,000       300,000                                  390,000
  058014       Citywide Survey Monument Benchmarking                                                                                                                            0
  058018       Sound Wall Replacement (South side of Stoneridge Dr)                                                                                                             0
  058020       Reserve for Current CIP Projects                                                                                   (14,925)                                (14,925)
  058051       Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                                                                                                                     0
  808075       CTV - 30 Studio Relocation                                                                                                                                       0
  908048       Improvements to City Radio System                                                                                                                                0
  928931       Fire Heavy Vehicles                                                                                                                                              0
  948046       Fire Station #1 - Design/Construction & Equipment                                                                                                                0
  948051       Lease/Debt Payments for Animal Shelter                                                                                                                           0
  948056       2004 Cert of Participation - Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)                                                                                          0
  988027       Partial Purchase of New City Hall/Community Center Land 3 acres                                                                                                  0
  988029       City Hall Office Building & Civic Center Site Improvements Reserve                  282,240        (282,240)                                                     0
  988080       Mobile Data Computers (MDU'S), Qty 20, Feds share                                                                                                                0
  988081       Mobile Data Computers (MDU'S), Qty 20, City Share                                                                                                                0
  998043       Monument Signs @ Strategic Locations                                                                                                                             0
  998049       Happy Valley Open Space / Golf Course                                                                                                                            0
  998052       Replacement of Shooting Range Target System                                                                                                                      0
                                           TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                      282,240        (282,240)            0               0             0          0
                                        ENDING MISC FUND BALANCE                                  (282,240)        310,190       160,000          24,795         9,000    221,745
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                                                                                                                             Adjusted Budget
                                                                                       Expansion       Public Fac.       Misc. Gen       Golf Fund       Misc. Storm
CIP #                                                                                    Fund             Fee            Fund CIP          CIP           Drain Fund         Total
                                                                                      154, 405, 158       154             151,572         308,358           357
         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                               1,453,864       1,937,389        13,271,173      1,422,191          708,001       18,792,617
         REVENUES:
         ESTIMATED REVENUES
         Public Facilities Fee                                                                     0       426,326                   0               0                0      426,326
         Res Fee, CIP Fee, GM Fee                                                                  0             0                   0               0                0            0
                                 TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                              $0        $426,326               $0              $0               $0         $426,326
           Transfer to Next Year's Revenue                                                       0        (426,326)               0               0                0         (426,326)
           COPS Federal Grant - 20 Mobile Computers                                              0               0            3,490               0                0            3,490
           Off Road Vehicles for Fire Service (Fund 405)                                    50,719               0                0               0                0           50,719
           Green Building Grant - Fire Station Relocation (572)                                  0               0           36,141               0                0           36,141
           State Grant - Photo Voltaic -Fire Station Relocation (151)                            0               0           50,000               0                0           50,000
           Developer Reimbursement - Golf Course                                                 0               0                0       5,394,203                0        5,394,203
           Alameda County Fairgrounds Reimbursement for Bernal Storm Drain                       0               0                0               0            1,920            1,920
           Interest Income from CIP Project Reserves                                             0          36,000           70,000               0                0          106,000
           Interest Income                                                                       0          30,000          170,000          24,795           14,000          238,795
                           TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                        $50,719         $66,000         $329,631      $5,418,998          $15,920       $5,881,268
         TRANSFER FROM:
           From General Fund - Annual Contribution                                                 0             0         3,000,000                 0                0     3,000,000
           From Lower Income Housing Fund for Fee Waivers (BRIDGE)                                 0        62,250                 0                 0                0        62,250
           From Urban Runoff Fund                                                                  0             0                 0                 0                0             0
         TRANSFERS TO:                                                                             0             0                 0                 0                0             0
           Lease/Debt Payments for 2003 Certificates of Participation                              0       (78,604)         (314,416)                0                0      (393,020)
           To Park CIP for Donlon School Fields                                                    0             0          (500,000)                0                0      (500,000)
           To 04 Bonds Debt Service Fund (moved from expenditures below)                           0      (116,755)         (467,020)                0                0      (583,775)
           To Move Public Facilities Fees to Park CIP                                              0      (310,000)                0                 0                0      (310,000)
                             NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                            $0        ($443,109)       $1,718,564             $0               $0       $1,275,455
                             TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                     $1,504,583       $1,560,280       $15,319,368     $6,841,189         $723,921      $25,949,340
         EXPENDITURES:
008039    Veterans Memorial Building Renovation                                                    0                 0     3,300,682                 0             0        3,300,682
018021    Mission Hills Park - Construct New Storm V-Ditch                                         0                 0             0                 0        16,000           16,000
          Downtown Parking Improvements Including Improvements to the
018044    Alameda County Transportation Corridor (ACTC)                                     60,000         270,000          920,000                  0                0     1,250,000
018046    Fire Station No. 4: Relocation from Railroad Avenue to the Bernal Propert          2,517               0          152,153                  0                0       154,670
018047    Remodel Police Dept Dispatch Ctr & Evidence Storage Improvements                       0               0          199,875                  0                0       199,875



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                                                                                                                     Adjusted Budget
                                                                                    Expansion      Public Fac.   Misc. Gen      Golf Fund    Misc. Storm
CIP #                                                                                 Fund            Fee        Fund CIP         CIP        Drain Fund      Total
                                                                                   154, 405, 158      154         151,572        308,358        357
028006   Downtown Specific Plan Improvements Reserve                                          0              0       750,000             0             0       750,000
038011   Railroad Avenue Fire Station: Reuse of Building                                159,689        455,630     5,235,320             0             0     5,850,639
038023   Kottinger Creek Restoration                                                          0              0       839,938             0       142,846       982,784
038026   Bernal Avenue Flooding Study & Drainage Improvements                                 0              0             0             0       160,530       160,530
038029   Fence Installation/Replacement at Various Locations                                  0              0        56,213             0             0        56,213
048006   Youth Center Feasibility Study                                                       0              0        76,243             0             0        76,243
048010   Library Space Needs Assessment Study                                                 0              0        18,934             0             0        18,934
048025   Storm Water Quality Improvement Projecs                                              0              0             0             0       125,000       125,000
048051   Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                                         0              0             0             0             0             0
055031   Vineyard Ave Rubberized Asphalt and Median Imp. (see also Streets CIP)          60,000         30,000       300,000             0             0       390,000
058014   Citywide Survey Monument Benchmarking                                                0              0       100,000             0             0       100,000
058018   Sound Wall Replacement (South side of Stoneridge Dr)                                 0              0       360,000             0             0       360,000
058020   Reserve for Current CIP Projects                                                     0              0       235,075             0             0       235,075
058051   Landscape Median Construction and Renovation                                         0         15,000        60,000             0             0        75,000
808075   CTV - 30 Studio Relocation                                                           0              0       342,777             0             0       342,777
908048   Improvements to City Radio System                                               75,000              0             0             0             0        75,000
928931   Fire Heavy Vehicles                                                             50,719              0             0             0             0        50,719
948046   Fire Station #1 - Design/Construction & Equipment                               43,377              0            (2)            0             0        43,375
948051   Lease/Debt Payments for Animal Shelter                                               0         20,200        80,800             0             0       101,000
948056   2004 Cert of Participation - Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)              0              0             0             0             0             0
988027   Partial Purchase of New City Hall/Community Center Land 3 acres                100,000              0       400,000             0             0       500,000
988029   City Hall Office Building & Civic Center Site Improvements Reserve             930,283        318,310     1,399,357             0             0     2,647,950
988080   Mobile Data Computers (MDU'S), Qty 20, Feds share                                    0              0         3,489             0             0         3,489
988081   Mobile Data Computers (MDU'S), Qty 20, City Share                                    0              0         2,152             0             0         2,152
998043   Monument Signs @ Strategic Locations                                            20,000              0        65,742             0             0        85,742
998049   Happy Valley Open Space / Golf Course                                                0              0             0     6,837,494             0     6,837,494
998052   Replacement of Shooting Range Target System                                      2,998              0             0             0             0         2,998
                           TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                       $1,504,583      $1,109,140   $14,898,748    $6,837,494      $444,376   $24,794,341
                         ENDING MISC FUND BALANCE                                           $0        $451,140      $420,620        $3,695      $279,545    $1,155,001




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                                                                                                       Quarter 2
                                                                                            Expansion Replacement
  CIP #                                                                                       Fund       Fund         Total
                                                                                           355,497,499    345
             BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                $0
             ESTIMATED REVENUES
               Water Connection Fees                                                         (160,780)                (160,780)
                                 TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                          ($160,780)         $0    ($160,780)
             TRANSFER TO NEXT YEAR'S REVENUE                                                  160,780           0      160,780
             INTEREST INCOME (Including Project Reserves)                                       8,000     165,000      173,000
                               TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                        $8,000    $165,000    $173,000
             TRANSFERS FROM:
               Water M&O Fund -- Replacement Accrual                                                                         0
               Water M&O Fund -- Debt Payments 2004 Water Revenue Bonds                                                      0
               Sewer Replacement Fund -- SCADA Computer upgrade                                                              0
               Lower Income Housing Fund for Fee Waiver Reimb (BRIDGE)                        (61,420)                 (61,420)
             TRANSFERS TO:                                                                                                   0
               General Fund --- CIP Engineering (moved to expenditures below)                                                0
               General Fund --- Utility Cut Patching (moved to expenditures below)                                           0
               Water Debt Service Fund - 2004 Bonds (moved from expenditures below)                                          0
               Loan from Water Replacement for Vineyard Corridor Infrastructure
               Imprvements Phase III                                                                                           0
                                              NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                         ($61,420)         $0    ($61,420)
                                              TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                          ($53,420)   $165,000    $111,580
             EXPENDITURES:
 001000       Annual Water Replacement Projects                                                                             0
 001026       High Pressure Water Main: Montevino Dr - Sautine Way                                                          0
 001066       Water Loop Pipeline - Bonde Loop                                                                              0
 011012       Pimlico Dr Turnout & Water Transmission Line (Reserve)
                                                 g                                                                          0
 011014       Transmission Main Replacement Reserve                                                      (400,000)   (400,000)
 011015       Installation of a Variable Frequency Drive at Well No. 8                                                      0
 011016       Installation of a Permanent Generator at Well No. 8                                                           0
 011017       New Standby Power Generator: Water Portion                                                                    0
 011022       Chlorine Injection Sites                                                                                      0
              Vineyard Corridor Infrastructure Imp Phase III - Water Tank, Supply Lines,
 011023       Pump Station                                                                                                   0
 031010       Electrical Panel Upgrades and Restorations                                                                     0
 031015       Pressure Reducing Valve Improvements for Hillside Areas                                                        0
 031016       Water Quality Improvement Project to Foothill Tank (Additional Funding)                                        0
 041000       Annual Water Quality Improvement Project                                                                       0
 041008       Annual Automated Meter Reading Retrofit                                                                        0
 041011       Control Valve Installations                                                                                    0
 041013       Annual Replacement of Polybutylene Service Laterals & Irrigation Lines                                         0
 041014       Bonde Zone/ Ruby Hill Pipeline                                                                                 0
 041015       Parallel Longview Pump Station Line                                                                            0
 041040       Annual Replacement of Water Meters                                                                             0
 048056       2004 Water Bonds - Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)                                                  0
 051015       SCADA Computer Hardware and Software Upgrade                                                                   0
 051023       McCloud Water Tank Replacement (Refurbishment)                                                                 0
 802010       Water & Sewer Main - Vineyard to Foxborough - Reimburse Developer                                              0
 802011       Committee Valley Water Retailers                                                                               0
 941015       Del Valle Parkway Water Main Extension                                                                         0
 951015       Water Quality Monitors - Phase II (50%)                                          (2,914)     (9,346)     (12,260)
 971013       Water Connection Fee Update                                                                                    0
 971014       Water System Master Plan Update                                                 (24,659)    (24,219)     (48,878)
 991033       Generator Study (Water Portion)                                                                                0
 991034       Upgrade Turnouts to Accommodate Chemical Readouts                                                              0
 991035       Santos Ranch Road PS 510, 900,1300 Rehabilitation                                          400,000      400,000
 991069       Reconstruction of Water Wells No. 5, 6, and 8                                                                  0
 999999       General Fund -- Utility Cut Patching (moved from transfers above)                                              0
 999999       General Fund -- CIP Engineering (moved from transfers above)                    107,695    (112,841)      (5,146)
                                           TOTAL WATER PROJECTS                                80,122    (146,406)    (66,284)
                                         ENDING WATER FUND BALANCE                           (133,542)    311,406     177,864
note: numbers in italics signify amendments/transfers already approved by council




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                                                                                                  Adjusted Budget
                                                                                        Expansion Replacement
CIP #                                                                                     Fund         Fund            Total
                                                                                       355,497,499      345
         BEGINNING BALANCE                                                             $2,478,696    $14,248,867    $16,727,563
         ESTIMATED REVENUES
           Water Connection Fees                                                          154,020              0       154,020
                             TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                           $154,020            $0       $154,020
         TRANSFER TO NEXT YEAR'S REVENUE                                                 (154,020)            0       (154,020)
         INTEREST INCOME (Including Project Reserves)                                      33,000       265,000        298,000
                           TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                       $33,000      $265,000       $298,000
         TRANSFERS FROM:
           Water M&O Fund -- Replacement Accrual                                                0      1,850,000      1,850,000
           Water M&O Fund -- Debt Payments 2004 Water Revenue Bonds                             0        485,138        485,138
           Sewer Replacement Fund -- SCADA Computer upgrade                                     0        195,000        195,000
           Lower Income Housing Fund for Fee Waiver Reimb (BRIDGE)                         20,580              0         20,580
         TRANSFERS TO:                                                                          0              0              0
           General Fund --- CIP Engineering (moved to expenditures below)                       0              0              0
           General Fund --- Utility Cut Patching (moved to expenditures below)                  0              0              0
           Water Debt Service Fund - 2004 Bonds (moved from expenditures below)          (242,568)      (485,138)      (727,706)
           Loan from Water Replacement for Vineyard Corridor Infrastructure
           Imprvements Phase III                                                         1,985,000    (1,985,000)              0
                               NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                                  $1,763,012        $60,000     $1,823,012
                               TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                                   $4,274,708    $14,573,867    $18,848,575
         EXPENDITURES:
001000    Annual Water Replacement Projects                                                     0       518,750         518,750
001026    High Pressure Water Main: Montevino Dr - Sautine Way                            135,127             0         135,127
001066    Water Loop Pipeline - Bonde Loop                                                 60,000             0          60,000
011012    Pimlico Dr Turnout & Water Transmission Line (Reserve)
                                             g                                            206,391       814,000       1,020,391
011014    Transmission Main Replacement Reserve                                                 0       147,000         147,000
011015    Installation of a Variable Frequency Drive at Well No. 8                              0        21,456          21,456
011016    Installation of a Permanent Generator at Well No. 8                                   0       125,000         125,000
011017    New Standby Power Generator: Water Portion                                            0        90,000          90,000
011022    Chlorine Injection Sites                                                              0       126,005         126,005
          Vineyard Corridor Infrastructure Imp Phase III - Water Tank, Supply Lines,
011023    Pump Station                                                                   2,504,324     1,053,807      3,558,131
031010    Electrical Panel Upgrades and Restorations                                             0        70,833         70,833
031015    Pressure Reducing Valve Improvements for Hillside Areas                                0       465,000        465,000
031016    Water Quality Improvement Project to Foothill Tank (Additional Funding)          112,500       608,917        721,417
041000    Annual Water Quality Improvement Project                                               0        65,725         65,725
041008    Annual Automated Meter Reading Retrofit                                                0       159,751        159,751
041011    Control Valve Installations                                                            0       149,193        149,193
041013    Annual Replacement of Polybutylene Service Laterals & Irrigation Lines                 0       108,420        108,420
041014    Bonde Zone/ Ruby Hill Pipeline                                                   203,646       175,895        379,541
041015    Parallel Longview Pump Station Line                                                    0       250,000        250,000
041040    Annual Replacement of Water Meters                                                     0       233,608        233,608
048056    2004 Water Bonds - Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)                          0             0              0
051015    SCADA Computer Hardware and Software Upgrade                                           0       390,000        390,000
051023    McCloud Water Tank Replacement (Refurbishment)                                         0        75,000         75,000
802010    Water & Sewer Main - Vineyard to Foxborough - Reimburse Developer                171,236             0        171,236
802011    Committee Valley Water Retailers                                                   5,000             0          5,000
941015    Del Valle Parkway Water Main Extension                                                 0       397,306        397,306
951015    Water Quality Monitors - Phase II (50%)                                                0             0              0
971013    Water Connection Fee Update                                                       15,000             0         15,000
971014    Water System Master Plan Update                                                        0             0              0
991033    Generator Study (Water Portion)                                                        0         9,308          9,308
991034    Upgrade Turnouts to Accommodate Chemical Readouts                                 19,084           504         19,589
991035    Santos Ranch Road PS 510, 900,1300 Rehabilitation                                      0     2,604,109      2,604,109
991069    Reconstruction of Water Wells No. 5, 6, and 8                                          0             0              0
999999    General Fund -- Utility Cut Patching (moved from transfers above)                      0        66,082         66,082
999999    General Fund -- CIP Engineering (moved from transfers above)                     107,695       218,652        326,347
                              TOTAL WATER PROJECTS                                       3,540,002     8,944,324     12,484,326
                            ENDING WATER FUND BALANCE                                      734,706     5,629,543      6,364,249




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                                                                                                        Quarter 2
                                                                                          Expansion     Replacement
  CIP #                                                                                     Fund           Fund        Total
                                                                                           356,498         346

             BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                 $0
             REVENUES:
             ESTIMATED REVENUES
               Sewer Connection Fees                                                        (74,586)                    (74,586)
                                TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                          ($74,586)              $0   ($74,586)
             TRANSFER TO NEXT YEAR'S REVENUE                                                 74,586                0     74,586
             Reimbursement from Developers - $880,000 Vineyard and $34,500
             Del Valle Parkway                                                                                               0
             INTEREST INCOME FROM PROJECT RESERVES                                            (8,500)       38,000      29,500
             INTEREST INCOME                                                                  (8,500)       20,000      11,500
                            TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                          ($17,000)                    $58,000     $41,000
             TRANSFERS FROM:
               Sewer M&O Fund -- Replacement Accrual                                                                            0
               Sewer M&O Fund -- Lease/Debt Payments 2004 Sewer Revenue Bonds                                                   0
               Sewer M&O Fund -- 2002 Sewer Revenue Bonds                                                                       0
               Lower Income Housing Fund for Fee Waiver Reimbursements
               (BRIDGE)                                                        (28,546)                                 (28,546)
             TRANSFERS TO:
               Water CIP for SCADA Computer Upgrade                                                                             0
               Sewer Debt Service Fund - 2002 Bonds (moved from expenditures)                                                   0
               Sewer Debt Service Fund - 2004 Bonds (moved from expenditures)                                                   0
               General Fund - CIP Engineering (moved to expenditure below)                                                      0
                                NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                           ($28,546)                      $0     ($28,546)
                               TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                             ($45,546)                 $58,000      $12,454
             EXPENDITURES:
  002019      Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement: Rose Avenue                                                                      0
  002028      Vineyard/Arroyo Del Valle Sewer Additions, Phase II                                                               0
              Sanitary Sewer Pump Station S-5 Improvements & Upgrades
  012024      (Additional Funding)                                                                                             0
  012025      Sanitary Sewer Master Plan Update                                                                                0
  012026      Portable Sewage Pump                                                                                             0
              Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-6
  012027      (Additional Funding)                                                                                            0
  012028      New Standby Power Generator (Sewer Portion)                                                  (26,606)     (26,606)
  022002      Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements                                                           0
  032017      Sewer Flow Diversion Structure at Koll Center (Additional Funding)                                              0
  032024      2002 Sewer Bonds- Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)                                                    0
  032056      Vineyard Offsite Sewer Line                                                                                     0
  042001      Annual Sewer Maintenance Hole Improvements                                                                      0
  042002      Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements                                                           0
  052002      Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements                                                           0
  052017      Electrical Panel Upgrades                                                                                       0
  802010      Water & Sewer Main - Vineyard to Foxborough - Reimburse Developer                                               0
  902028      Del Valle Parkway/ Nevada St Sewer Additions                                                                    0
  948056      2004 Sewer Bonds- Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)                                                    0
  972020      Sewer Connection Fee Update                                                                                     0
  982031      Sewer Pump Stations, Adjust Frequency Motor Drive                                                               0
  982032      Air Injection Control System Improvements                                                                       0
  992008      Radio Telemetry Conversion                                                                                      0
  992014      East Amador Relief Line Pump Station Reserve                                                                    0
  992026      Generator Study: Sewer Portion                                                                                  0
  992036      Sanitary Sewer Pump Station S-8 Air Injection Vault                                                             0
  992063      Level Control Device Upgrade @ Sewer Pump Stations                                                              0
  999999      General Fund - CIP Engineering (moved from transfers above)          57,133                  (62,278)      (5,145)

                                    TOTAL SEWER PROJECTS                                    $57,133       ($88,884)    ($31,751)
                                  ENDING SEWER FUND BALANCE                               ($102,679)      $146,884      $44,205
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                                                                                                      Adjusted Budget
                                                                                          Expansion       Replacement
  CIP #                                                                                     Fund             Fund          Total
                                                                                           356,498           346

             BEGINNING BALANCE                                                            $1,715,344      $5,322,826     $7,038,170
             REVENUES:
             ESTIMATED REVENUES
               Sewer Connection Fees                                                         74,302                  0      74,302
                                TOTAL FEE REVENUE                                           $74,302                 $0     $74,302
             TRANSFER TO NEXT YEAR'S REVENUE                                                (74,302)                 0     (74,302)
             Reimbursement from Developers - $880,000 Vineyard and $34,500 Del
             Valle Parkway                                                                  821,540                0       821,540
             INTEREST INCOME FROM PROJECT RESERVES                                            8,500           69,000        77,500
             INTEREST INCOME                                                                  8,500           35,000        43,500
                            TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                       $838,540        $104,000       $942,540
             TRANSFERS FROM:
               Sewer M&O Fund -- Replacement Accrual                                                  0    1,100,000      1,100,000
               Sewer M&O Fund -- Lease/Debt Payments 2004 Sewer Revenue Bon                           0      160,137        160,137
               Sewer M&O Fund -- 2002 Sewer Revenue Bonds                                             0      181,020        181,020
               Lower Income Housing Fund for Fee Waiver Reimbursements
               (BRIDGE)                                                                        25,454               0        25,454
             TRANSFERS TO:                                                                         0               0              0
               Water CIP for SCADA Computer Upgrade                                                0        (195,000)      (195,000)
               Sewer Debt Service Fund - 2002 Bonds (moved from expenditures)               (221,246)       (181,020)      (402,266)
               Sewer Debt Service Fund - 2004 Bonds (moved from expenditures)                (80,069)       (160,137)      (240,206)
               General Fund - CIP Engineering (moved to expenditure below)                         0               0              0
                                NET TRANSFERS IN/(OUT)                            ($275,861)                $905,000       $629,139
                               TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE                             $2,278,023               $6,331,826     $8,609,849
             EXPENDITURES:
  002019      Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement: Rose Avenue                                0                         0              0
  002028      Vineyard/Arroyo Del Valle Sewer Additions, Phase II                         0                         0              0
              Sanitary Sewer Pump Station S-5 Improvements & Upgrades
  012024      (Additional Funding)                                                   42,526                  504,390       546,916
  012025      Sanitary Sewer Master Plan Update                                       2,856                   95,286        98,142
  012026      Portable Sewage Pump                                                    1,958                    5,000         6,958
              Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Improvements & Upgrades S-6
  012027      (Additional Funding)                                                   90,000                1,952,000      2,042,000
  012028      New Standby Power Generator (Sewer Portion)                                 0                        0              0
  022002      Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements                       0                        0              0
  032017      Sewer Flow Diversion Structure at Koll Center (Additional Funding)          0                  350,260        350,260
  032024      2002 Sewer Bonds- Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)                0                        0              0
  032056      Vineyard Offsite Sewer Line                                           124,564                        0        124,564
  042001      Annual Sewer Maintenance Hole Improvements                                  0                   27,110         27,110
  042002      Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements                       0                        0              0
  052002      Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement & Improvements                   1,273                  885,643        886,916
  052017      Electrical Panel Upgrades                                                   0                   40,000         40,000
  802010      Water & Sewer Main - Vineyard to Foxborough - Reimburse Develop             0                   78,932         78,932
  902028      Del Valle Parkway/ Nevada St Sewer Additions                          634,568                  421,555      1,056,123
  948056      2004 Sewer Bonds- Annual Payments (moved to transfers above)                0                        0              0
  972020      Sewer Connection Fee Update                                            15,000                   15,000         30,000
  982031      Sewer Pump Stations, Adjust Frequency Motor Drive                           0                   58,649         58,649
  982032      Air Injection Control System Improvements                                   0                   33,509         33,509
  992008      Radio Telemetry Conversion                                             13,457                   13,957         27,414
  992014      East Amador Relief Line Pump Station Reserve                          842,500                        0        842,500
  992026      Generator Study: Sewer Portion                                              0                    5,398          5,398
  992036      Sanitary Sewer Pump Station S-8 Air Injection Vault                         0                   50,000         50,000
  992063      Level Control Device Upgrade @ Sewer Pump Stations                          0                   11,709         11,709
  999999      General Fund - CIP Engineering (moved from transfers above)            57,133                  260,272        317,405
                                     TOTAL SEWER PROJECTS                                 $1,825,835      $4,808,671     $6,634,505
                                   ENDING SEWER FUND BALANCE                                $452,188      $1,523,155     $1,975,343
note: numbers in italics signify amendments/transfers already approved by council




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