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									 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA

                                      ADDENDUM
                                         To
                                       AGENDA

                                  NOVEMBER 18, 2003

               1:30 p.m. Historic Courthouse, Board Room, 2~
                             —                                 F’oor
                  37918 Meridian Avenue, Dade City, Florida 33525


COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Ted Schrader, Chairman                       John J. Gallagher, County Administrator
Peter Altman, Vice-Chairman                  Robert D. Sumner, County Attorney
Pat Mulieri, Ed.D.                           Jed Pttman, Clerk to the Board
Ann Hildebrand
Steve Simon


Regular:

Office of Management and Budget

       Penny for Pasco   —   Proposed Public Safety Expenditures
                                          PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA
                                        INTEROFFICE MEMORANDUM


TO: Honorable Chairman and Members of the              DATE: 11/13/03          FILE: OMBO4-4097
    Board of County Commissioners
                                                       SUBJECT: Penny for Pasco       —   Proposed Public Safety
                                                       Expenditures

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   0MB Director


It is recommended the data herein presented be given formal consideration by the Board of County
Commissioners.

DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITIONS:
Previously, the Board of County Commissioners has indicated that 20% of the County’s portion of the
“Penny for Pasco” will be allocated for Public Safety expenditures. Attached please find Schedule A, a plan
for Fiscal Year 2005 through Fiscal Year 2015 that allocates $29,150,000 of the amount we are projecting
to collect from Penny for Pasco. Staff has outlined five expenditure types: police package equipped marked
patrol vehicles, mobile data terminals, ambulances (full-size M.A.V.), Class A fire apparatus, and fire rescue
stations (three bay).

• Each year the number of marked patrol vehicles is a key component of the negotiations with the Sheriff’s
Office concerning their budget request and can vary widely from year to year. As an example the number of
replacement vehicles for the last three fiscal years were 74, 32, and 30. There are approximately 250
frontline marked units in the patrol and special assignment units. In prior years we targeted vehicles with
over 100,000 in mileage for replacement. This resulted in our replacement of 20% to 25% of the units per
year. Staff is recommending starting at approximately 20% (47 units) and, over a period of four years,
increase the number of units to 85 by Fiscal Year 2009. This would result in annual replacement of
approximately one third of the frontline marked units. After the units are replaced they are typically reused in
the agency for detective and nonsworn personnel. This would result in units being utilized with lower
mileage and should result in lower maintenance costs. These expenditures should result in reduced pressure
on the General Fund budget and millage.

•The mobile data terminals (laptops) are currently deployed in the marked patrol units. The Sheriff’s Office
has identified a need to expand the program to include 50 detective vehicles. The cost of these units is
shown in Fiscal Years 2006 and 2007.

•The purchase of Emergency Service vehicles (one ambulance and one fire apparatus) is scheduled as
follows:
  Station   30                   Maggie Valley                            FY   2005
  Station   36                   Blanton                                  FY   2005
  Station   34                   Tn-community                             FY   2006
  Station   37                   Trinity                                  FY   2006
  Station   38                   Wesley Chapel                            FY   2007
  Station   39                   Aripeka                                  FY   2008
  Station   40                   US 19 and 5R52                           FY   2012
  Station   42                   SR52 and Hays                            FY   2015
The ambulance purchases shouud result in reduced pressure on the General Fund budget and millage while
the fire apparatus purchases should result in reduced pressure on the Municipal Fire Service Fund budget and
millage.

•The construction of two Fire-Rescue Stations in Fiscal Years 2012 and 2015 as depicted above. This
should result in reduced pressure on both the General Fund and Municipal Fire Service budgets and millage
rates.

ALTERNATIVES AND ANALYSIS:

    1. Approve the schedule of expenditures for Public Safety for inclusion in information to be presented to
       the public.
    2. Modify the schedule as determined by the Board of County Commissioners.

RECOMMENDATION AND FUNDING:
0MB recommends the Board of County Commissioners approve Alternative 1. No funding is required for this
action.

ATTACHMENTS
Schedule A
Schedule of Distribution of Penny for Pasco

APPROVED AQENQA At~M FOR
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                                                     2005        2006          2007          2008                2009         2010        2011         2012            2013        2014        2015
            2003 Prices

        Police Package Auto
                     $22,890                   23,806         24,758       25,748        26,778            27,849          28,963       30,122      31,327          32,580      33,883       35,238
                                    units           47             65   ____    75            80                85              85           85          85              85          85           22
                                -            1118 863       1609259     1 931110      2 142 245      —   2367 181       2 461 868    2 560 343    266275627692672              880 037     775238
       Mobile Data Terminals
                       $3,000                                 3,000         3,000
                                    units_______ ______________ 35             15     ____________


                                              __            10~000         45,000                          ___           __                                   -

           Ambulance (MAV)
                  $120,000                     124,800       129,792      134,984       140,383           145,998        151,838      157,912      164,228         170,797     177,629     184,734
                                    units            2             2            1             1                                                          1                                       1
                          -   44                                          ~1~’          ¶l4~~                    -


              Class A Pumper
                    $190,000                   197,600       205,504      213,724       222,273           231,164        240,411      250,027      260,028         270,429     281,246     292,496
                                    units            2             2
                                                             4~l~                                                                                                                  -

                3 Bay Station
                  $1,000,000 building        1,040,000      1,081,600   1,124,864     1,169,859          1,216,653      1,265,319    1,315,932    1,368,569       1,423,312   1,480,244 1,539,454
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       PublicSafety                    20%   1,820,207      2,531,664   2,622,503     2,714,309          2,806,773      2,899,535    2,992,178    3,084,220       3,175,106   3,264,205   1,259,120

       Carryforward                                56,544    203,357      501,042       710,449          1,150,041      1,587,708     703,612      700,819        1,106,659     10,582       17,233




1.1.
      GROWTH IN SALES TAX AT 5% PER YEAR                                    TAKING PROPERTY TAX OFF THE TOP
              31,161,116   34,355,130
                                  1.05
                                         Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year    Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year   Fiscal Year
      Growth 5.0% peryear                  2005           2006          2007          2008           2009         2010          2011          2012          2013          2014          2015
                                         9 months                                                                                                                                     3 months

                                         25,766,347    36,072,886     37,876,531    39,770,357    41,758,875    43,846,819    46,039,160    48,341,118    50,758,174    53,296,083    13,990,222    437,516,572

       Propertytaxreduction              (5,541,826)    (7,943,284)   (8,737,613)   (9,611,374) (10,572,511) (11,629,762) (12,792,738) (14,072,012) (15,479,214) (17,027,135)         (4,355,779) (117,763,248)


      Cities Portion          10.000%     2,022,452      2,812,960     2,913,892     3,015,898     3,118,636     3,221,706     3,324,642     3,426,911     3,527,896     3,626,895     1,399,022     32,410,910

      Dade City               16 764%       339,053        471,578       488,498       505,599       522,823       540,102       557,358       574,503       591,433       608,029       234,539      5,433,514
      New Port Richey         42.417%       857,857      1,193,165     1,235,977     1,279,245     1,322,823     1,366,541     1,410,204     1,453,582     1,496,417     1,538,409       593,419     13,747,640
      Port Richey              8.060%       163,010       226,726        234,861       243,083       251,363       259,671       267,967       276,210       284,350       292,329       112,762      2,612,332
      Saint Leo                1.745%        35,283         49,074        50,834        52,614        54,406        56,204        58,000        59,784        61,546        63,273        24,407        565,425
      San Antonio              1.865%        37,720         52,463        54,345        56,248        58,164        60,086        62,006        63,913        65,797        67,643        26,092        604,478
      Zephyrhills             29.149%       589,529        819,956       849,376       879,110       909,058       939,102       969,107       998,917     1,028,354     1,057,211       407,804      9,447,523
                                          2,022,452      2,812,960     2,913,892     3,015,898     3,118,636     3,221,706     3,324,642     3,426,911     3,527,896     3,626,895     1,399,022     32,410,911

      School Portion          45.000%     9,101,035    12,658,321     13,112,513    13,571,543    14,033,864    14,497,676    14,960,890    15,421,098    15,875,532    16,321,026     6,295,600    145,849,096

      County Portion          45.000%     9,101,035    12,658,321     13,112,513    13,571,543    14,033,864    14,497,676    14,960,890    15,421,098    15,875,532    16,321,026     6,295,600    145,849,096

       County45%                          9,101035     12,658,321     13,112,513    13,571,543    14,033,864    14,497,676    14,960,890    15,421,098    15,875,532    16,321,026     6,295,600    145,849,096

      roads                      50%      4,550,517      6,329,161     6,556,257     6,785,771     7,016,932     7,248,838     7,480,445     7,710,549     7,937,766     8,160,513     3,147,800     72,924,548
      enviromental               25%      2,275,259      3,164,580     3,278,128     3,392,886     3,508,466     3,624,419     3,740,222     3,855,274     3,968,883     4,080,257     1,573,900     36,462,274
      publicsafety               20%      1,820,207      2,531,664     2,622,503     2,714,309     2,806,773     2,899,535     2,992,178     3,084,220     3,175,106     3,264,205     1,259,120     29,169,819
      public facilities           5%        455,052        632,916       655,626       678,577       701,693       724,884       748,044       771,055       793,777       816,051       314,780      7,292,455




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