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									 PASCO COUNTY
ANNUAL BUDGET
 FISCAL YEAR 2008-09
                     BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


DADE CITY                  (352) 521-4274                  COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S OFFICE
LAND O’LAKES               (813) 996-7341                  WEST PASCO GOVERNMENT CENTER
NEW PORT RICHEY            (727) 847-8115                  7530 LITTLE ROAD, SUITE 340
FAX                        (727) 815-7010                  NEW PORT RICHEY, FL 34654-5598

Honorable Chairman and Members of
the Board of County Commissioners
37918 Meridian Avenue
Dade City, Florida 33525                                                  December 5, 2008

Enclosed for your consideration and review is the adopted comprehensive Pasco County Budget for the
fiscal year October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009, adopted in accordance with Chapter 129.03(3),
Florida Statutes.

Summary of Final Millage Rates
                                             General       Municipal
                                              Fund           Fire          Road
                                            Operating       Service         and        AGGREGATE
                                              Levy           Unit          Bridge

2007-2008 Actual Millage                          5.4333        0.9955        0.0000         6.3522

2008-2009 Rolled Back Rate                        6.2696        1.1515        0.0000         7.3536

2008-2009 Final Millage                           5.4333        0.9955        0.0000         6.3531

2008-2009 Percentage below Rolled Back          -13.34%        -13.55%         0.00%       -13.61%



The Fiscal Year 2009 Budget was approved at the second and final public hearing on September 23,
2008 based upon adopting the same millage rates levied for the previous fiscal year for both the General
Fund and the Municipal Fire Service Unit. As the above table indicates those millage rates were below
the Rolled Back rate by 13.34% and 13.55% respectively.

On January 29, 2008 the voters of Pasco County and the State of Florida approved Amendment 1, an
amendment to the Florida Constitution that, beginning this year, will provide property tax relief to
homesteaded properties. If a citizen’s residence is homesteaded and has an Assessed Value (sometimes
referred to as Save Our Homes value) in excess of $75,000 they will receive the full benefit of an
additional homestead exemption of $25,000 on all property tax millages except for those levied by the
School Board. Additional features of Amendment 1, such as portability of the Save our Homes benefit,
will go into effect in conjunction with the Fiscal Year 2010 Budget. To see an example as to how the
Pasco County portion of a homeowner’s payment would be affected please go to Page 1-3.




                                   Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-1
►Amendment 1 has resulted in reductions of the amounts budgeted for property taxes of $15.29 million
in the General Fund and $2.56 million in the Municipal Fire Fund for a total of $17.85 million.

►State Revenue Sharing and the Half Cent Sales Tax are expected to produce $3,916,000 less in
revenues for Fiscal Year 2009.

►Of the 53 funds in which we budget Interest Income we are estimating a decrease for the Fiscal Year
in 42 of those funds that will reduce revenues by over $12.4 million. The net increase in the remaining
11 funds, some of which did not budget Interest Income last fiscal year, only totals $284,000.

►The budget also reflects significant decreases in Fund Balance for the following funds: Local Option
Gas Tax ($11.99 million), Capital Improvement ($10.29 million), Municipal Fire Unit ($3.75 million),
Transportation Impact Fees ($5.36 million), Fire Combat Impact Fee ($3.04 million), Paving
Assessment ($2.36 million), and Road and Bridge ($1.40 million).

►We are also projecting decreased revenues from the following sources: Federal, Impact Fees, and
Intergovernmental Transfers.

►The total budget for Fiscal Year 2009 is $980,368,693 a decrease of over 19% or $232,111,579 from
the Fiscal Year 2008 Final Budget.

►During Fiscal Year 2008 we were required to eliminate 22 positions in the Building Inspections and
Central Permitting divisions. As you may recall 7 of those positions were vacant, and of the other 15
positions we were able to place 14 of our employees in other departments and divisions. With this
budget I have recommended the elimination of 22 additional positions, all of which are vacant. These
positions were located in the General Fund, Municipal Service Fund, and the Road and Bridge Fund. For
a detailed listing of all position related matters please refer to pages 1-4 and 1-5.

►In the four funds that provide virtually all of the general government services (General Fund,
Municipal Service, Road and Bridge, and Fire) the employees, departments, and divisions under the
control of the County Commission have reduced their budgets for Fiscal Year 2009 by over $20.5
million or 10.16%. By comparison the other functions in those funds that are not under the direct control
of the County Commission reduced their requests by 2.25% .

►We were able to balance this budget in the General Fund and the Municipal Service Fund due in large
part to the hiring freeze that was implemented during Fiscal Year 2007 and the operational expenditure
freeze implemented during Fiscal Year 2008. These measures resulted in increases to fund balance for
Fiscal Year 2009 for these two funds. The total saved due to the hiring freeze in these two funds and the
Road and Bridge Fund equaled $4.9 million.

►This budget was been prepared based upon increases to some user fees. There is no change to the
assessments for Stormwater, Street Lighting, or Resource Recovery/Solid Waste.




                                  Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-2
Prior to the passage of Amendment 1 the single largest benefit to residents with homesteaded property
was the Save Our Homes provision that limited the annual increase in their property’s assessed value.
Beginning with Fiscal Year 1996 a home’s assessed value would increase by the lesser of 3%, or the
increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). As market values increased dramatically in prior years the
assessed value was kept relatively stable. In the fourteen years Save Our Homes has been applied,
eleven of those years the increase was less than the 3% maximum. To illustrate the property taxes paid
to Pasco County below we have a chart that spans the fifteen years since Save Our Homes was
implemented and the additional homestead exemption of Amendment 1. We begin with a home in 1995
assessed at $175,000 with the homestead exemption of $25,000 the taxable value is $150,000. To this
we apply the millage rates for the General Fund and the Municipal Fire Services Fund. For the first three
years we also apply the millage rate levied to pay the voter-approved debt service for the Parks system
and the Library system. Each year the assessed value is increased by the Save Our Homes percentage
ranging from 1.6 to 3.0%. From the assessed value the homestead exemption of $25,000 is deducted for
every year except 2009 where the second exemption increases the deduction to $50,000. For Fiscal Year
2009 we end up with an assessed value of $246,263 and a taxable value of $196,263. As you can see our
homeowner will be paying $315.81 less than 1995 and $114.61 less than the current year’s taxes. The
millage rates used for Fiscal Year 2008 and Fiscal Year 2009 are the lowest since 1987.

                              County Property Taxes
                                   County Fiscal Years Ending September 30

                                                        1943.23 1943.29 1909.98
   2,000
                                                  1855.77
                                                                            1761.03
   1,800          1688.52 1688.661704.78    1693.83
            1577.55                   1600.43                                     1579.09
   1,600                                                                                1476.13
                                                                                              1376.35
   1,400                                                                                            1261.74

   1,200

   1,000

     800

     600

     400

     200

        -
            1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

                           General Fund      Fire    Parks & Library Debt Service




                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-3
As mentioned above here is the detail of the 22 positions eliminated during Fiscal Year 2008 from the
Building Inspections and Permitting Fund:

Building Inspector II (Building Inspections)                                                            -4
Plumbing Inspector I (Building Inspections)                                                             -3
Electrical Inspector I (Building Inspections)                                                           -3
Mechanical Inspector I (Building Inspections)                                                           -2
Gas/Mechanical Inspector I (Building Inspections)                                                       -1
Building Inspector I (Building Inspections)                                                             -1
Senior Clerk (Building Inspections)                                                                     -1
Customer Service Specialist II (Central Permitting)                                                     -3
Permitting Technician (Central Permitting)                                                              -2
Development Review Technician I (Central Permitting)                                                    -1
Storekeeper I (Central Permitting)                                                                      -1

The following represent the 22 vacant positions I recommended be eliminated for Fiscal Year 2009:

Storekeeper II (Central Stores)                                                                         -1
Secretary (Emergency Services Administration)                                                           -1
Secretary (Parks and Recreation)                                                                        -1
Clerk (Parks and Recreation)                                                                            -1
Park Site Supervisor II (Parks and Recreation)                                                          -1
Parks and Recreation Supervisor (Parks and Recreation)                                                  -1
Aquatic Supervisor (Parks and Recreation)                                                               -1
Customer Service Specialist II (Development Services Administration)                                    -1
Records Clerk II (Development Services Administration)                                                  -1
Clerk (Growth Management)                                                                               -1
Development Review Technician III (Zoning/Code Compliance)                                              -2
Planner I (Zoning/Code Compliance)                                                                      -1
Certified Chief Engineering Inspector II (Engineering Inspections)                                      -1
Certified Engineering Inspector I (Engineering Inspections)                                             -1
Engineering Inspector (Engineering Inspections)                                                         -3
Traffic Engineering Technician II (Traffic Operations)                                                  -1
Records Clerk II (Survey)                                                                               -1
Engineering Inspector (Development Review)                                                              -2

I recommended the addition of the following 15 positions that will be funded from the Stormwater
Management fee or Water and Sewer Utilities:

Engineering Inspector (Stormwater Management)                                                           +4
Customer Service Specialist II (Stormwater Management)                                                  +1
SCADA Systems Manager (SPLIT Water Operations/Sewer Operations/Reclaimed Water)                         +1
GIS Analyst (Utilities Construction and Contract Management)                                            +1
Labor Supervisor II (Water Maintenance)                                                                 +1
Field Supervisor (SPLIT Water Maintenance/Sewer Maintenance)                                            +1
Labor Supervisor II (Sewer Maintenance)                                                                 +1
Maintenance Supervisor (Sewer Operations)                                                               +2
Customer Service Specialist II (Fiscal & Customer Service)                                              +1




                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-4
Customer Service Administrator (Fiscal & Customer Service)                                                    +1
Administrative Services Coordinator (Fiscal & Customer Service)                                               +1

The budget also reflects the transfer or reclassification of the following positions with a net effect of a
reduction of one half of a full time equivalent position:

Budget Analyst I (OMB)                                                                                          -1
Capital Projects Planning Coordinator (OMB)                                                                    +1
Contracts/Specifications Coordinator (Purchasing)                                                               -1
Buyer (Purchasing)                                                                                             +1
Fire Investigator (Emergency Services Administration)                                                           -2
Fire Investigator (Combat)                                                                                     +2
Training Chief (Emergency Services Administration)                                                              -1
Training Chief (SPLIT Combat/Rescue)                                                                           +1
CAD Data Technician (E-911 Maintenance)                                                                        -.6
CAD Data Technician (Emergency Communications Operations)                                                     +.6
E-911 PSAP Manager (E-911 Maintenance)                                                                         -.6
E-911 PSAP Manager (Emergency Communications Operations)                                                      +.6
Captain Paramedic (Rescue)                                                                                    -12
Captain Paramedic (Combat)                                                                                    +12
Firefighter EMT (Combat)                                                                                      -12
Firefighter EMT (Rescue)                                                                                      +12
Carpenter III (Parks and Recreation)                                                                            -1
Carpenter II (Parks and Recreation)                                                                            +1
Plumber I (Facilities Management)                                                                               -1
Plumber II (Facilities Management)                                                                             +1
Project Coordinator I (Zoning/Code Compliance)                                                                  -1
Project Coordinator I (Zoning/Code Compliance)                                                                +.5
Transportation Planner II (MPO)                                                                                 -1
Senior Planner (MPO)                                                                                           +1
Senior Secretary (Engineering Administration)                                                                   -1
Administrative Secretary (Engineering Administration)                                                          +1
Computer Drafting Technician (Project Management)                                                               -1
Computer Drafting Technician (Stormwater Management)                                                           +1
Civil Engineering Technician (Project Management)                                                               -1
Civil Engineering Technician (Stormwater Management)                                                           +1




The Expenditure and Revenue portions of the budget are depicted with the two graphics shown on the
following page. Please note that in the expenditure chart, the slice marked Utilities includes Water and
Sewer, Solid Waste/Resource Recovery, and all related debt service and capital projects for those two
enterprise operations and Street Lighting in subdivisions. In contrast, the segments marked Debt Service
and Capital are non-departmental in nature and consist primarily of transportation improvements,
buildings, and related bond issues. Expenditures are shown net of intergovernmental charges and certain
revenues are shown net of a 5% reduction as required by state law. The Fiscal Year 2009 Budget
consists of 68 funds and, as mentioned above, totals $980,368,693.




                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-5
Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-6
                                         Discussion of Revenues

Revenue estimates for all of the governmental funds are prepared by the Office of Management and
Budget (OMB). Revenue estimates for the enterprise funds are prepared by the responsible department
and reviewed by OMB. Throughout the year, OMB tracks over 150 individual revenue line items. This
data is then used during the budgeting process along with information received from federal, state, and
other local government agencies to identify trends in revenue receipts. A very conservative approach is
taken so as to not overestimate revenues using the lowest of estimates in the event that projections from
other agencies exceed the estimates prepared internally, or vice versa. We have attempted to provide
revenue information in this document at different levels to meet the needs of the various users of this
budget. On page 2-1, you will find a condensed summary of all revenues without regard to fund. The
detail behind each of those numbers can be found on pages 3-1 through 3-5. For those readers who
prefer to review revenues by fund, summary information is contained on pages 2-6 through 2-55.


                                      Discussion of Fund Balances

Fund balance estimates are prepared during each budget cycle. The process requires the revenue
tracking procedures mentioned above and the best estimates of various operating departments of their
expected expenditures for the then current fiscal year. The fund balance estimates are prepared prior to
the submission of the proposed budget in early July and are revised during the budget adoption process
prior to the final public hearing in September in an attempt to provide the most accurate estimates
possible. Except for grant funds, a fund balance is estimated for all funds for which a budget is prepared.
Care is taken to not overestimate fund balances which could lead to revenue shortfalls, while at the same
time, avoiding underestimating fund balances which could lead to unnecessary tax or fee increases. Fund
balances for each fund are shown on pages 2-6 through 2-54. Once OMB has received the
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and determined if any material variances exist between actual
and budgeted fund balances from the previous fiscal year, necessary adjustments to the budget are
processed in the form of budget resolutions approved by the Board of County Commissioners. Ending
fund balance projections for the current fiscal year are not prepared until the budget process is started for
the following fiscal year.

                                    Discussion of Employee Benefits

There are no wage or salary increases of any kind budgeted for employees under        FY      $$$
the County Administrator. Retirement rates did not change significantly for Fiscal   2004      4,416
Year 2009. The County Commission recently selected Aetna to replace our              2005      4,812
current health insurance carrier contract that we joint venture with three of the    2006      5,334
constitutional officers. The annual rate per employee for Fiscal Year 2009 is        2007      5,865
$5,547 a savings of $313 per employee. A six year history of annual cost per         2008      5,860
employee is shown in the table to the right. In June 2005, a bargaining unit was     2009      5,547
certified consisting of Emergency Services personnel. As a result, the terms and
conditions of their employment must be negotiated collectively through a certified bargaining agent. A
collective bargaining agreement was approved by the County Commission on April 29, 2008.




                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-7
The following is a brief narrative containing highlights concerning each of the major expenditure
subsections of the budget:

                                      Legislative/Administrative

The increase in the Board of County Commissioners budget is due to an increase in professional fees in
conjunction with legal counsel for the Value Adjustment Board. The increase in the County
Administrator’s budget is due to increased expenditures related to the Urban Land Institute, the County
Lobbyist, and full year funding of the Chief Assistant County Administrator. The decrease in OMB’s
budget is due in large part to the reduction in the cost of replacing budgeting software and less charging
of a position in conjunction with the transportation portion of the Capital Improvement Element.
Information Technology’s budget reflects decreases in purchases of uncapitalized and capital equipment
and new software programs. Communications decrease is a result of the elimination of capital
expenditures. Purchasing’s innovative office supply contract has the potential to generate revenue for the
county and is already attracting partnerships with other government agencies throughout the country.
Fleet Management’s budget reflects an increase in the purchase of Gas, Oil and Lubricants of $3.8
million.
                                          Constitutional Officers

The budget of the Sheriff’s Office was adjusted from their original request to reflect the lower medical
insurance rates and to properly calculate a .50% lapse factor. The Sheriff’s budget does not include
funding for the partial year operation of the new jail addition at the Land O’Lakes facility. OMB has
carried forward a reserve that was budgeted in Fiscal Year 2008, a portion of which will be used for
operational funding of the addition. The budget of the Property Appraiser is presented as approved by
the Florida Department of Revenue and then is allocated between county government and other special
taxing units. The calculation of the County’s portion of that budget is shown on page 5-4. The amount
shown for the Tax Collector is an estimate prepared by the Office of Management and Budget and
reflects no increase. The budget of the Supervisor of Elections is presented adjusted for the decrease in
health insurance. The Supervisor also requested that $86,625 for voting equipment capital costs be
included in the County’s Capital Improvement Fund. Due to the short timeframe from the beginning of
the fiscal year to the general election OMB recommended that the equipment be purchased in Fiscal
Year 2008 to allow sufficient time for shipment and testing. The budget of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
is presented after a downward adjustment to the original submission to reflect the lower health insurance
rates and the actual annual compensation of the Clerk’s position. Additional appropriations are shown in
conjunction with the budgets of all Constitutional Officers. OMB will continue to work to identify as
many of these additional appropriations as possible to more accurately reflect the actual cost of these
offices.

                                                Judicial

Funding for most court-related functions is provided through four fees:

   A $65 surcharge on court costs for felony, misdemeanor, and criminal traffic offenses. This fee is
divided evenly among four programs: Teen Diversion, Court Innovations, legal aide, and law libraries.
Originally projected to generate $582,000 per year, we now believe annual collections will provide
$508,000 per year.




                                   Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-8
   An additional $3 surcharge on court costs to be used exclusively for Teen Court. This fee was
adopted by the County Commission to begin July 1, 2005. This surcharge is budgeted to generate
$132,000.

   A $4 fee on document recording, of which the County receives $2, to fund Court Technology
expenses, including those of the State Attorney’s office and the Public Defender’s office. The County’s
portion of this fee is expected to generate $950,000 a reduction of $650,000 from the previous year.

   A $15 surcharge on traffic and criminal violations to fund court facilities. Originally projected to
generate $770,000 per year, we now believe annual collections will provide $740,000 per year.

Now that the Teen Court has its own revenue source, the allocation of 25% of the $65 surcharge will be
used for Juvenile Arbitration and other diversion programs. If any funds from the $65 surcharge are not
expended for Teen Diversion, legal aide, or law libraries, the remaining balances are then transferred to
Court Innovations. The legal aide portion of the surcharge provides partial funding for our state-imposed
obligation to fund the Bay Area Legal Services. The funds that the two law libraries are receiving from
the remaining 25% of the fee represents a drastic reduction from the level of funding received in prior
fiscal years.

The following items are funded by the General Fund: (1) Court costs (these represent costs associated
with cases that began prior to the implementation of Article V reorganization), (2) contract with the
Medical Examiner for services, (3) other appropriations, such as communication costs, that we are
required to provide but are not eligible for technology funding, and (4) non-technology funding of
operating expenses in the State Attorney, Public Defender, and Guardian Ad Litem offices. The Public
Defender was granted continuation funding for the program to “divert mentally ill people from the jail
into appropriate treatment settings” in the amount of $198,000. The funding of this program is not
required under the revisions to Article V.

                                             Public Services

Our cover this year is a celebration of the recognition county employees, volunteers and programs have
earned in the last year. In particular Animal Services has been named the Outstanding Animal Control
Agency both nationally and for the State of Florida. Significant reductions include removing the $1.8
capital reserve in Libraries, the $1.8 million capital reserve in Parks, $1 million in anticipated Medicaid
payments, $1.1 million in capital projects in Facilities, and a combined $7.26 million reduction in the
budgets of Rescue and Combat (with no reduction in staffing). The reduction in Public Transportation
represents the anticipated completion of their new maintenance facility and reduced capital
expenditures. During the budget process Public Transportation presented several alternatives for cost
savings by modification to schedules or days of service. Ultimately the County Commission elected to
not increase the headway interval from 30 minutes to 45 minutes on the US 19 Route.

                                         Development Services

The Stormwater Management division will add 5 new positions and transfer 2 positions from Project
Management. Development Services is proposing the elimination of 15 positions, 14 of which are from




                                   Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-9
the Municipal Service Fund and one from the Road and Bridge Fund. Revenues in the Building
Inspections and Permitting Fund were estimated to decrease by approximately 29% from the previous
year’s budget.

                                            Utilities Services

Utilities Services contains the County’s two enterprise funds, Water and Sewer and Solid
Waste/Resource Recovery, and a special revenue fund for Street Lighting Assessments. No property
taxes or other General Fund revenue are used to subsidize these three functions. These funds are all
restricted as to expenditure by a combination of trust indentures; bond covenants; contract obligations;
federal, state, and local ordinances; and County Commission policy. Utilities continues to add staffing as
the number of customers increases and to provide a higher level of maintenance. As a result of the
Florida Department of Environmental Protection consent order we must continue to make improvements
to our system and invest in additional personnel and training. To that end we have had a consultant
working on a complete makeover of the Utilities organizational structure. Based on an early draft of that
study, Utilities requested 28 new positions. I have included 10 positions in this budget as a first step. I
will be reviewing the changes to the structure and bringing further recommendations to you later in the
new fiscal year. The Utilities budget shows a large reduction as bond funds obtained for the Shady Hills
expansion and other capital projects are expended. Solid Waste/Resource Recovery budget is increasing
as a result of increases in Reserves.

                                                Contracts

The Contracts section contains funding for various agreements with outside agencies and other
governmental units that are not specific to one department. The single item in this section that suffered a
drastic reduction is the transfer of the School Impact Fee to the Pasco County School Board at
$6,540,000 a reduction of $17.4 million from the prior year’s budget. Payments to Other Governments
reflect a decrease of $580,944 to $2.98 million for the payments to the Community Redevelopment
Areas in Dade City, New Port Richey, Port Richey, and Zephyrhills. The responsibility for funding of
the Juvenile Justice system continues to be legislatively shifted to the counties, including Pasco
County’s estimated share of $2,800,000. Community Development Block Grant, HOME, and SHIP
funded contracts use no property taxes and, therefore, have no effect on property tax millage rates.
Funding for outside agencies, The Harbor Behavioral Health Care Institute, and the Pasco Economic
Development Council remain at Fiscal Year 2008 levels.

                                         Reserves/Debt Service

Reserves depict the restricted and nonrestricted reserves that are not contained in the budget of a
particular department, division, Constitutional Officer, etc. There are two significant changes to reserves
for Fiscal Year 2009; an increase of $500,000 for Economic Development and an over $1.1 million
decrease in the reserve for the Building Inspections and Permitting Fund that is a reflection of decreased
permitting revenue. Debt Service–Nondepartmental contains the principal, interest, and other debt
service costs on four long-term bond obligations of the County, a promissory note associated with the
purchase of the Key Vista Park and a HUD Section 8 note associated with the improvements in
Tommytown. Two bond obligations had their final payments in Fiscal Year 2008 and a third bond issue
had its final payment on October 1, 2008.



                                  Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-10
The Debt Service-Departmental section contains those bond issues associated with the two enterprise
funds for illustrative purposes only. The enterprise funds bond issues are not included in this section’s
total but are included in Water and Sewer and Solid Waste/Resource Recovery Funds. The expenditure
of remaining bond proceeds, if any, is reflected in the appropriate capital budgets. The four previous
Solid Waste/Resource Recovery bond issues were refinanced to provide for additional capital projects
and provide options for future improvements to the system while providing enhanced rate stability.

                                                Capital

The Capital section includes detailed information on departmental and general capital projects and
transportation improvements funded by a variety of revenue sources. In addition, this section contains a
detailed listing of the Water and Sewer Capital Improvement Plan for which the expenditures are shown
in the Utilities Services section. In the case of multi-year projects, funding is shown on a prior,
proposed, and four future year basis. The departmental projects are grouped by section for ease of
analysis. The decrease in the departmental capital projects is due to the anticipated construction
beginning for the jail addition, fire rescue stations, and the regional hurricane shelter. For next fiscal
year, the Penny for Pasco shows reduced expenditures projected in transportation, environmental lands,
and public safety due to projects anticipated to have been completed in Fiscal Year 2008. The
Transportation section reflects decreased impact fee collections and fund balance to be carried forward
resulting in the reduction of funded road projects.

                                          Subsequent Events

Since the beginning of the 2009 Fiscal Year several significant events have occurred that will have an
effect on this budget including:

►The worldwide economic recession that has and will adversely affect our revenue sources.

►Widespread failures in the financial services industry that has made it nearly impossible for us to
secure bond financing.

►The anticipated infusion of federal funds through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program and future
infrastructure funding after the beginning of the calendar year.

As a result we must monitor our revenues and expenditures much more closely this fiscal year and be
prepared for a multiyear restructuring and focus on our primary responsibilities to the citizens.

I would like to publicly thank all of the employees under the Board for all their dedication and hard
work during what has been the most challenging budget process we have ever faced. Their cost saving
efforts are one of the main reasons the County Commission was able to adopt a balanced budget.

Sincerely,



John J. Gallagher
County Administrator



                                  Pasco County FY 2009 Budget 1-11
Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 1 - 12
DEPARTMENT                 JUDICIAL
DIVISION                   MEDICAL EXAMINER-OTHER
ACCOUNT(S)                 B001-225100

        APPROPRIATIONS:                                         '07 Budget            '08 Budget         '09 Budget

                           Other Services & Charges                1,150,000           1,174,386          1,180,000

                                       TOTAL                       1,150,000           1,174,386          1,180,000



        The Fiscal Year 2009 Budget reflects an increase of 0.5% due primarily to additional
        examinations required of the Medical Examiner.


BUDGET VARIANCES:

        Other Services & Charges                  $5,614
                          5,614 Increase in commissions, fees and costs for services provided by the Medical
                                 Examiner's Office, to include cadaver transport costs and increased costs to
                                 reimburse Pinellas County for the use of the Medical Examiner's facility.

TOTAL INCREASE -                                       $5,614



OPERATIONAL GOALS AND PROGRAMS:

The Medical Examiner determines the cause of death and makes such examinations, investigations, and autopsies
as deemed necessary or as shall be requested by the State Attorney, as specified in Florida Statute 406.11. Funds
are provided for cadaver transport and commissions, fees and costs.




                                                Medical Examiner Cases


                     450                                                                           420

                     400                                                         374
                                                 337            341
                     350         319

                     300
         Autopsies




                     250

                     200

                     150

                     100

                     50

                      0
                             2004              2005         2006               2007            2008
                                                         Fiscal Year                          Estimated



                                        Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 6 - 15
OPERATIONAL GOALS AND PROGRAMS:

The West Law Library is supervised by a Board of Trustees, appointed by the Board of County Commissioners, which
governs the operation of the Law Library and is responsible for making recommendations to the Board of County
Commissioners regarding the purchase of books, supplies, equipment and the designation of librarians.

Effective July 1, 2004, the legislature has given the counties authority to impose a surcharge on court costs of an
amount up to $65. These costs are to be imposed "when a person pleads guilty or nolo contendere to, or is found
guilty of, any felony, misdemeanor, or criminal traffic offense under the laws of this state." On June 8, 2004, the
Board of County Commissioners approved an ordinance that imposed a surcharge of $65. The law specifies that
"twenty-five percent of the amount collected shall be allocated to fund personnel and legal materials for the public
as part of a law library."




                                     Pasco County Law Library-West


                  7,000      6,312
                                                                                               6,100
                  6,000

                  5,000

                  4,000                       3,494
          Users




                  3,000
                                                              1,864            2,071
                  2,000

                  1,000

                     0
                           2004            2005             2006            2007             2008
                                                        Fiscal Year                       Estimated
Source: West Pasco Law Library




                                     Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 6 - 19
                                 PUBLIC SERVICES

         $60,000,000




         $50,000,000




         $40,000,000
Budget




         $30,000,000




         $20,000,000




         $10,000,000




                  $0
                    2005        2006          2007             2008            2009
                                            Fiscal Year



         Library Services              Facilities Management             Parks and Recreation
         Public & Community Services   Emergency Services




                                Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 7 - 3
During Fiscal Year 2008, many of the above programs demonstrated success with the lowest canine-impound rate in
the past 17 years. Less than 5,000 dogs were sheltered, setting an impressive low-population record. When com-
pared to the significant increase in human population, this reduction in the number of animals sheltered is a
barometer to the success of our educational efforts. These efforts and successes have recently been recognized by
others in the animal services career field. In November 2007, the Division was the sole recipient of the "Outstanding
Agency of the Year" award from the Florida Animal Control Association. The Division was further honored four
months later by being selected as the recipient of the "2007 National Animal Control Association Outstanding
Agency" of the year award. This award is bestowed upon only one agency in the nation each year. We are very
proud of these accomplishments.

LEVEL OF SERVICE:                                                       Actual            Estimated                  Projected
                                                                        FY '07              FY '08                     FY '09

 Animal bite investigations                                                 1,353                  1,450                  1,500
 Animals adopted/transferred                                                1,643                  1,700                  2,000
 Animals euthanized                                                         9,381                  8,800                  8,500
 Animals returned to owners                                                   754                    800                    850
 Animals sheltered                                                         11,763                 11,500                 11,300
 Animals spayed/neutered                                                    1,586                  1,600                  1,900
 Citations issued                                                             619                    750                    800
 Citizen service requests                                                   9,964                 10,000                 10,800
 Confirmed rabies cases                                                         5                      4                      4
 Warnings issued                                                            3,452                  4,000                  4,500




                                              Disposition of Animals

             12,500
             12,000    11,518               11,429
                                                                        11,763
                                                                                                    11,500               11,300
             11,500
             11,000
             10,500
             10,000                                                     9,381
              9,500                         8,903
              9,000    8,714                                                                        8,800                 8,500
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              6,000
              5,500
              5,000
              4,500
              4,000
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1    ALOHA GARDENS PARK                                       14   JAMES IRVIN CIVIC CENTER                       27   ROBERT K. REES MEMORIAL PARK
2    ANCLOTE GULF PARK                                        15   KEY VISTA NATURE PARK                          28   SAN ANTONIO ATHLETIC COMPLEX
3    ANCLOTE RIVER PARK                                       16   LAKE LISA PARK (to open in FY 2008)            29   SHADY HILLS COMMUNITY CENTER
4    BEACON SQUARE PARK                                       17   LAND O'LAKES COMMUNITY CENTER                  30   STANLEY PARK
5    JOHN S. BURKS MEMORIAL PARK                              18   LAND O'LAKES RECREATION COMPLEX                31   JAY B. STARKEY WILDERNESS PARK
6    CREWS LAKE WILDERNESS PARK                               19   MIDDLE LAKE                                    32   ROBERT J. STRICKLAND MEMORIAL PARK
7    CYPRESS LAKE PARK                                        20   W. H. JACK MITCHELL JR PARK                    33   SUNCOAST TRAIL
8    DARBY PARK                                               21   MOON LAKE PARK                                 34   TRILBY PARK
9    EAGLE POINT PARK (started design in FY 2007)             22   OAKRIDGE PARK                                  35   TRINITY NEIGHBORHOOD PARK
10   ARTHUR F. ENGLE MEMORIAL PARK                            23   ODESSA COMMUNITY CENTER                        36   TURTLE LAKES PARK
11   GROVE PARK COMMUNITY CENTER                              24   OELSNER MOUND                                  37   VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK
12   HERCULES AQUATIC CENTER                                  25   SAMUEL W. PASCO RECREATION COMPLEX             38   WESLEY CHAPEL DISTRICT PARK
13   HOLIDAY RECREATION COMPLEX                               26   PINEHILL PARK                                  39   WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER PARK
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OPERATIONAL GOALS AND PROGRAMS:

The Central Permitting Division is responsible for the issuance of building permits. It reviews all permit
applications for compliance with flood elevations, setbacks, zoning, comprehensive plan, contractor licensing
and other local regulations. Services are provided in three locations: New Port Richey, Dade City and
Land O' Lakes.

Central Permitting is also responsible for assessing and collecting impact fees: transportation, parks and
recreation, libraries, schools, emergency services, US 19 concurrency, hurricane, as well as the collection of
resource recovery fees.

Monthly reports prepared by the Division include financial spreadsheets, building permits issued per location
(New Port Richey, Land O'Lakes and Dade City) sorted by type of construction permitted, housing activity
statistics, Permit Values Accumulation Report, Utilities Report of new structures and Health Department Report
of building permits issued which are using septic tank systems. Quarterly reports are prepared for state-
mandated RADON collection and Pasco County transportation impact fee agreements.

LEVEL OF SERVICE:                                                    Actual         Estimated         Projected
                                                                     FY '07           FY '08            FY '09
 Building permits issued                                                33,170           33,000            33,000


                                     Residential Permits Issued
                                      (Single Family, Multi-Family, Mobile Homes)


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                     9,500                                        9,266
                     9,000
                     8,500
                     8,000
                     7,500
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                            6,678
                     6,500
                                                                                          6,187
                     6,000
                     5,500
                     5,000
                     4,500
                     4,000
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                     3,500
                     3,000
                     2,500
                     2,000
                     1,500
                     1,000
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                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 8 - 39
DESIRED IMPACT:

To meet potable water needs of Pasco County utility customers in accordance with quality and quantity regulations.
Maintain and repair the water distribution to ensure uninterrupted service to utility customers.

OPERATIONAL GOALS AND PROGRAMS:

To optimize facility operations through continuing maintenance programs, relocation of above ground water meters
to below ground, and ongoing maintenance program of fire hydrants, backflow prevention service, and water valve
replacement.

MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING FISCAL YEAR 2008:

Little Road Water Treatment Plant has been changed from a raw water plant and is treating exclusively ground water
from Starkey/North Pasco well fields. It is being changed to a finished water booster plant with the capability of
receiving a blend of regional and ground water. Upgraded the capability of providing pressure in the central area
with the construction and placing in service a new 36" pipeline connected to Tampa Bay Water regional supply.

LEVEL OF SERVICE:                                               Actual            Estimated              Projected
                                                                FY '07              FY '08                 FY '09

  Water customers                                                   92,134             95,357                98,693
  Water consumption (billions of gallons annually)                  12,833             13,988                15,247




                                           Water Customers


                 2009                                                                      98,693         Projected




                 2008                                                                   95,357            Estimated
   Fiscal Year




                 2007                                                                 92,134



                 2006                                                    77,237



                                                           62,441
                 2005


                  10,000   30,000        50,000           70,000             90,000            110,000
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                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 9 - 10
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                                                                                                                                                                                                C.S. WATER COMPANY                                          HOLIDAY GARDENS UTILITIES INC.                                                                   NEW PORT RICHEY          ZEPHYRHILLS UTILITIES
                                                                                                                                                                                                COLONIAL MANOR UTILITY CO.                                  HOLIDAY UTILITY CO.                                                                              PASCO UTILITIES INC.
                                                                                                                                                                                                CRESTRIDGE UTILITY CO.                                      HUDSON WATER WORKS                                                                               PORT RICHEY




* Pasco County does not currently serve all areas depicted.
  Expansion into unserved areas will depend on land use,
  density and proximity. Service area boundaries are approximate.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 May 2008
DESIRED IMPACT:

To maintain and repair wastewater collection systems, pump stations, and lift stations without interruption in
service to the customer. The Grease Facility serves to eliminate land disposal of food sludge and grease materials
to protect the sanitary sewer collection system and wastewater treatment facilities from excess grease
accumulation.

OPERATIONAL GOALS AND PROGRAMS:

The continuing maintenance of slip-line programs will rejuvenate failing and aging collection systems. Maintain and
implement a computer-based atlas of the sanitary sewer collection system. The Grease Processing Facility will
inspect food establishments for proper disposal of food sludge and grease materials in order to facilitate proper
operation of the sanitary sewer collection system.

MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING FISCAL YEAR 2008:

Processed record amounts of wastewater for use as reclaimed water, thereby offsetting potable water demand.

LEVEL OF SERVICE:                                                                Actual              Estimated              Projected
                                                                                 FY '07                FY '08                 FY '09

  Sewer customers                                                                  76,832                79,520                  82,301
  Sewage treated (millions of gallons per day)                                      20.04                 20.74                   21.47
  Wastewater treatment plants capacity                                              26.75                 26.75                   26.75
    (millions of gallons per day)
  Food sludge/grease processed (gallons per year)                              3,900,000              4,095,000                4,299,000
  Food establishment inspections (yearly)                                          1,608                  1,650                    1,700


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                                                                                                                 79,520         Estimated
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     Fiscal Year




                                                                                                             76,832
                   2007



                                                                                                        72,593
                   2006



                                                                                            62,625
                   2005


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                          SERVICE AREA                                                                                                                                           AQUA UTILITIES FLORIDA, INC.                      LINDRICK SERVICE CORP.                                   PORT RICHEY
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* Pasco County does not currently serve all areas depicted.
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  density and proximity. Service area boundaries are approximate.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            May 2008
OPERATIONAL GOALS AND PROGRAMS:

To provide leadership and direction in the employment of available resources to comply with County policies,
County ordinances, and state and federal regulations regarding solid waste management.

To supervise the Solid Waste Assessment program, the Hazardous Waste program, and the Solid Waste
Recycling program; to maintain continued involvement in the operation of the Resource Recovery Facility and
associated landfill expansion and development; to oversee capital projects as funded by bond issues.

To operate the County's household hazardous waste collection and storage facilities and to manage the state-
mandated Small Quantity Generators Inspection Program to address business and hazardous waste generators.

LEVEL OF SERVICE:                                                Actual           Estimated          Projected
                                                                 FY '07             FY '08             FY '09

Household hazardous waste removed from municipal                 1,029,932          1,070,900         1,177,990
 solid waste stream (pounds)
Number of participants in the program                                   7,071            7,080              7,700




                  Household Hazardous Waste Removed from Municipal Solid Waste Stream
            1,400,000

                                                                                                   1,177,990
            1,200,000
                                          1,066,970                             1,070,900
                                                            1,029,932
            1,000,000    905,412
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             600,000


             400,000


             200,000


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                          2005              2006               2007               2008               2009
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                                   Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 9 - 32
Solid Waste Assessment - Per Household
                                                                      1998                $52
                                                                      1999                $54
                                                                      2000                $54
                                                                      2001                $54
                                                                      2002                $54
                                                                      2003                $54
                                                                      2004                $58
                                                                      2005                $58
                                                                      2006                $62
                                                                      2007                $62
                                                                      2008                $62
                                                                      2009                $62




                           Processed Solid Waste by Fiscal Year
                            Processed Solid Waste By Fiscal Year



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                                                                           349,440
               250,000                                      325,956
                            322,172            318,209
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               150,000


               100,000
                         2005               2006         2007           2008           2009
                                                                      Estimated      Projected




                                       Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 9 - 35
                                        APPROPRIATION SUMMARY
                                               CAPITAL

                                                      Budget                     O/O                Positions
Department                                  FY '08              FY '09        Change         FY '08           FY '09
                                                                                                  X = Part-time
Departmental and General Capital         124,851,590          80,742,872       (35.3)
Penny for Pasco Capital                   36,184,568          29,501,867       (18.5)
Transportation Capital Improvements      324,451,769         259,175,775       (20.1)

             TOTAL                       485,487,927         369,420,514       (23.9)

The Capital section shows capital projects for individual departments and general government, Penny for Pasco,
Transportation and Utilities. Funding for utility capital projects is contained in the Utilities budget and can be found
in the Utilities (Section 9) of the budget document.




                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 1
                 DEPARTMENTAL AND GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                          DESCRIPTION OF FUNDING SOURCES

The Pasco County Board of County Commissioners has a broad responsibility t o provide buildings and other facilities
to house staff departments as well as the courts and various constitutional officers. At any time, the building
projects may encompass records storage, office space, court and jail facilities. I n addition, drainage projects are
addressed to control or minimize flooding and t o meet state and federal mandates. The Departmental and General
Capital Improvement Plan represents the proposed acquisition of land, design and construction and renovation or
improvement of buildings and drainage facilities.

A description of the revenues, their characteristics and restrictions follows:

The GENERAL FUND (B001) makes interfund transfers of ad valorem tax revenues to the CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
FUND (B301). I n addition, funding is received through the Southwest Florida Water Management District's
Cooperative Funding Program. Within the District's 1 6 county jurisdictional areas there are eight basin boards.
The boundaries are delineated along watersheds rather than political lines. Each of the basins has ad valorem
taxing authority up t o .5 mills. A major portion of the monies that are generated each year are dedicated t o
assisting local governments cooperatively fund water resource-related projects that help implement the District's
mission, goals and strategic objectives. The Cooperative Funding Program has historically been a 50150 cost
share on projects approved by the basins.

The COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND (B126) reflects federal revenue received from the US
Department of Housing and Urban Development. Pasco County is an entitlement community in the Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The primary CDBG objectives are t o provide affordable housing, create
suitable living environments and expand economic opportunities. Allocation priorities for CDBG are based upon a
competitive application process. Community Development Division staff and County Administration review all
applications before a proposed list is submitted t o the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners for approval.
I n reviewing the applications, the priorities listed in the consolidated plan are weighed and a final proposed list is
recommended. The list of projects approved by the Board of County Commissioners is submitted t o the US
Department of Housing and Urban Development for review, approval and funding.

The MY SAFE FLORIDA HOME GRANT FUND is used t o disburse funds for eligible types of retrofit work on eligible
residences in hurricane vulnerable or impacted areas within Pasco County.

On January 13, 2004, the Combat and Rescue Services Impact Fee Ordinance was established t o impose a COMBAT
IMPACT FEE (B180) and RESCUE IMPACT FEE (8184) on new residential construction t o protect the health, safety
and general welfare of citizens by providing adequate public facilities. These fees are used t o fund construction of
new stations, purchase land, renovate and build additions t o existing stations and t o purchase equipment for these
stations so that the levels of service can be maintained accordingly with the high rate of growth in the County.

The Parks and Recreation Impact Fee Ordinance was established on January 29, 2002, t o impose impact fees on
new residential construction so as t o finance new Parks and Recreation facilities necessitated by the rapid growth
in Pasco County. The volume of new residential construction warranted the need for Parks and Recreation
impact fees so that existing levels of parks and recreation services continue t o be provided and future
deficiencies will be prevented from occurring. The County was divided into three PARKS AND RECREATION IMPACT
FEE Districts - West (B181), Central (B182) and East (B183) to assure that all fees collected and funds expended
are accountable in each district.

The Libraries Impact Fee Ordinance was established on September 4, 2002, t o impose a LIBRARY IMPACT FEE
(B185) on new residential construction so as t o finance new Library facilities necessitated by the rapid growth in
Pasco County. The volume of new residential construction warranted the need for Libraries impact fees so
that existing levels of libraries services will continue t o be provided.

The STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND (B193) is funded from a non-ad valorem assessment, based upon an
equivalent residential unit (ERU) of impervious surface area. The capital portion of the assessment will be used t o
engineer and construct stormwater capital projects.

The TREE FUND (B195) reflects revenues collected from the unlawful removal, topping or irreversible damage of
trees as per County ordinance and is used t o purchase, plant and maintain native trees on land within Pasco County.
                                     Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 2
The GUARANTEED ENTITLEMENT CIP FUND (B330) is funded from proceeds from the Guaranteed Entitlement
Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2003. The debt service was extended by eighteen years t o provide a
construction fund amount of $12,221,317.

The HALF-CENT SALES TAX CIP FUND (B331) is funded from proceeds associated with the issuance of the
Half-Cent Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2003. The total proceeds transferred t o the capital fund were
$48,608,601.




                                   Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 3
DEPARTMENT CAPITAL
DIVISION   DEPARTMENTAL AND GENERAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
ACCOUNT(S) 6126-Various 6127-Various 6148-Various 6180-Various
           6181-Various 6182-Various 6183-Various 6184-Various
           6185-Various 6193-Various 6195-Various 6301-Various
           6326-Various 6330-Various 6331-Various
          REVENUES:                                             '07 Budget         '08 Budget        '09 Budget

                       Combat Impact Fee - Land
                       Combat Impact Fee - Facil. & Equip.
                       Community Development Block Grant
                       Department of Community Affairs
                       Election Equipment Reimbursement
                       Erosion and Sediment Control
                       Federal
                       Fund Balance
                       Interest
                       Interfund Transfers
                       Library Impact Fee - Land
                       Library Impact Fee - Facilities
                       Park Impact Fees - Land
                       Park Impact Fees - Facilities
                       Reimbursements SWFWMD
                       Rescue Impact Fee - Land
                       Rescue Impact Fee - Facil. & Equip.
                       Stormwater Assessments
                       Tree Removal Fees

                                    TOTAL                        72,443,551       124,681,456         81,334,158

          APPROPRIATIONS:

                       Community Services
                       Constitutional Officers
                       Development Services
                       Emergency Services
                       General Government
                       Legislative/Administrative
                       Libraries
                       Parks
                       Refund of Prior Year Revenue
                       Reserves

                                    TOTAL                        72,262,265       124,851,590         80,742,872


          The Fiscal Year 2009 Budget reflects a decrease of 35.3% due primarily to Constitutional
          Officers and Emergency Services scope of planned projects.




1
    Amounts are net of required 5% reduction mandated by State Statute.
    The difference between revenues and appropriations is used for debt service payments and a transfer t o the Parks
    Grant fund. The debt service portion may be found in the ReservesIDebt Service (Section 11) of the budget
    document.

                                     Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 4
The Departmental and General Capital includes both physical plant and drainage projects.

Pasco County is comprised of three distinct demographic areas:

 1. The largely rural agricultural east side contains the County seat in Dade City.
 2. The heavily developed, largely residential west side contains the Government Center in New Port Richey.
 3. The rapidly developing central part of the County contains an office building and correctional facility in
    Land O'Lakes.

The location of the County seat and the heavy population areas have led to a duplication of facilities in order t o
meet legal requirements and citizen demand for services. I n addition, the Board of County Commissioners is
responsible for providing various facilities for the Courts and the Constitutional Officers.

Drainage projects deal with statutes and regulations in a comprehensive effort t o meet future drainage needs
through structures and mitigation and respond t o existing drainage problems through specific projects.




                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 5
                                    PASCO COUNTY DEPARTMENTAL AND GENERAL FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                       FISCAL YEARS 2009-2013

                                                                                                                          Total
                                                        Prior      2009         2010       2011      2012      2013     Estimated
    CAPITAL PROJECTS                                    Years     Budget       Budget     Budget    Budget    Budget      Cost

    CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS


           Sheriff's Temporary Jail Pod Addition:   I
    Capital Improvement Fund                            740,355    319,215                                               1,059,570
                                                        740,355    319,215                                               1,059,570

I         Su~ervisor Elections Service Center:
                    of                              I
    Capital Improvement Fund



              Tax Collector Land Purchase:
    Capital Improvement Fund



    TOTAL   -   CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS                 740,355   1,919,215   6,685,551                                  9,345,121

    DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

I      Cypress CreekISouth Lakes Implementation:    I
    Stormwater Capital                                             600,000     750,000    750,000   750,000   750,000    3,600,000
                                                                   600,000     750,000    750,000   750,000   750,000    3,600,000


I        Double Hammock Creek Stormwater            I
               Management Master Plan:
    Stormwater Capital                                  200,000    200,000     250,000    250,000   250,000   250,000    1,400,000




    Stormwater Capital                                             700,000     500,000    500,000   500,000   500,000    2,700,000



         Duck Slouah Sub-Basin Anclote Studv:       I
    Stormwater Capital
Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 7
                                                                                                                               Total
                                                            Prior       2009         2010        2011       2012     2013    Estimated
    CAPITAL PROJECTS                                        Years      Budget       Budget      Budget     Budget   Budget     Cost

    DEVELOPMENT SERVICES        - CONTINUED
I     Plat Incorporation into Geographic Information   I
                          System:
    Stormwater Capital                                                   300,000    300,000     300,000
                                                                         300,000    300,000     300,000

I     SR 54 Stormwater Diversion Implementation:       I
    Stormwater Capital                                       100,000     200,000    200,000     200,000
                                                             100,000     200,000    200,000     200,000

             South Pasco Wellfield Study:
    Stormwater C a ~ i t a l                                 100,000



         Stormwater Management Master Plan
                 Model Maintenance:                    I
    Stormwater Capital                                      375,000      250,000    300,000     300,000
                                                            375,000      250,000    300,000     300,000

             Trout Creek Implementation:
    Stormwater Capital



                         Reserves:                     I
    Stormwater Capital                                                 1,042,553
                                                                       1,042,553

    TOTAL - DEVELOPMENT SERVICES                           4,725,000   8,192,553   7,475,000   5,475,000

    EMERGENCY SERVICES


          Aerial Ladder Truck for East Pasco:          I
    Combat I m p a c t Fee Fund



          Aerial Ladder Truck for West Pasco:          I
    Combat I m p a c t Fee Fund
                                                                                                                                        Total
                                                            Prior           2009              2010        2011       2012     2013    Estimated
CAPITAL PROJECTS                                            Years          Budget            Budget      Budget     Budget   Budget     Cost

    EMERGENCY SERVICES        - CONTINUED

I           FireIRescue Station 13 replacement,
     Davflower Blvd./Old Pasco Rd.. Weslev Chaoel:
    Capital Improvement Fund - Land Acquisition
                                                       I    225,000
    Capital Improvement Fund


           FireIRescue Station 24 replacement,
                   Downtown Dade City:
    Capital Improvement Fund - Land Acquisition                              225,000                                                     225,000
    Capital Improvement Fund                                                                            2,144,808                      2,144,808
                                                                             225,000                    2,144,808                      2,369,808

          FireIRescue Station 27 replacement,
I      Pennsylvania Ave./Curley Rd., San Antonio:      I
    Combat Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition               150,000
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition                75,000
    Combat Impact Fee Fund
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund
    Combat Impact Fee Fund - Equipment
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Equipment
                                                            225,000

                FireIRescue Station 38,
        Watergrass Town Center, Wesley Chapel:
    Combat Impact Fee Fund                                   46,365                           860,209                                    906,574
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund                                   46,307                           860,267                                    906,574
    Combat Impact Fee Fund - Equipment                                                        422,585                                    422,585
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Equipment                                                        137,888                                    137,888
                                                             92,672                         2,280,949                                  2,373,621

                FireIRescue Station 39,
            11630 County Line Rd., Hudson:
    Combat Impact Fee Fund                                   881,765
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund                                   881,765
    Combat Impact Fee Fund - Equipment                     1,062,585
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Equipment

     Partial project funding. Balance of funding is provided in the Penny for Pasco fund.
                                                                                                                                      Total
                                                           Prior             2009            2010       2011       2012     2013    Estimated
CAPITAL PROJECTS                                           Years            Budget          Budget     Budget     Budget   Budget     Cost

    EMERGENCY SERVICES        - CONTINUED
            FireIRescue Station 40,
     SR 52lMajestic Blvd., Bayonet Point:
Combat Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition                  480,977                                                                     480,977
Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition                  240,534                                                                     240,534
Combat Impact Fee Fund - Equipment                                                                    1,118,719                      1,118,719
Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Equipment                                                                      271,694                        271,694
                                                           721,511                                    1,390,413                      2,111,924


I           Fire/Rescue Station 41,                    I
         US 41/County Line Rd., Lutz:
Combat Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition
Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition                                                    75,000                                    75,000
                                                                                            225,000                                   225,000

            FireIRescue Station 42,
           SR 52/Hays Rd., Hudson:
Combat Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition                                    150,000                                                   150,000
Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition                                     75,000                                                    75,000
Combat Impact Fee Fund                                                                                1,429,872                      1,429,872
Rescue Impact Fee Fund                                                                                  714,936                        714,936
Combat Impact Fee Fund-Equipment                                                                      1,118,719                      1,118,719
Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Equipment                                                                      271,694                        271,694
                                                                             225,000                  3,535,221                      3,760,221

            FireIRescue Station 43,
      SR 52lEhren Cutoff, Gowers Corner:
Combat Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition
Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Land Acquisition
Combat Impact Fee Fund - Equipment
Rescue Impact Fee Fund - Equipment




     Partial project funding. Balance of funding is provided in the Penny for Pasco fund.
                                                                                                                                Total
                                                      Prior        2009         2010        2011        2012        2013      Estimated
    CAPITAL PROJECTS                                  Years       Budget       Budget      Budget      Budget      Budget       Cost

    EMERGENCY SERVICES      - CONTINUED
                FireIRescue Station 45,
     Connerton Town Center, Land O'Lakes:
Combat I m p a c t Fee Fund
Rescue I m p a c t Fee Fund
Combat I m p a c t Fee Fund-Equipment
Rescue I m p a c t Fee Fund - Equipment



     Reserves for Facilities and Equipment:
Combat I m p a c t Fee Fund                                       3,845,500                                                    3,845,500
Rescue I m p a c t Fee Fund                                       4,224,709                                                    4,224,709
                                                                  8,070,209                                                    8,070,209

                   Reserves for Land:           I
Combat I m p a c t Fee Fund                                        130,683                                                       130,683
Rescue I m p a c t Fee Fund                                        334,590                                                       334,590
                                                                   465,273                                                       465,273

TOTAL    -   EMERGENCY SERVICES                      4,132,118   13,222,865   3,040,085   7,070,442   4,351,489   2,195,953   34,012,952

GENERAL GOVERNMENT


I        Central Pasco Government Center
             Water Intrusion Repairs:
                                                II
Capital Improvement Fund                                           750,000                                                       750,000
                                                                   750,000                                                       750,000

   Countywide Projects Professional Services:   I
Capital Improvement Fund                                89,306       50,000                                                      139,306
                                                        89,306       50,000                                                      139,306

         Public Works Building Renovations:     I
Capital Improvement Fund                                           400,000    7,600,000                                        8,000,000
                                                                   400,000    7,600,000                                        8,000,000
                                                                                                                    Total
                                                       Prior       2009        2010     2011     2012     2013    Estimated
CAPITAL PROJECTS                                       Years      Budget      Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

GENERAL GOVERNMENT           - CONTINUED
 Transfer Switch a t West Pasco Judicial Center,
       West Pasco Government Center and
         Sheriff's West Operations Center:
Capital Improvement Fund                                            275,000                                          275,000
                                                                    275,000                                          275,000

TOTAL   -   GENERAL GOVERNMENT

LEGISLATIVE/ADMINISTRATIVE

         Information Technology Building:
Capital Improvement Fund
Half-Cent Sales Tax CIP Fund



     Tommvtown Taraet Area Renovation:
Department of HUD Fund
Tommytown Capital Fund



                 Wind Mitigation:                  I
My Safe Florida Home Grant Fund                        120,000      380,000                                          500,000
                                                       120,000      380,000                                          500,000

TOTAL   -   LEGISLATIVE/ADMINISTRATIVE                 120,000   20,519,303                                       20,639,303   1

LIBRARIES

                 Contracted Services:              I
Tree Fund                                                             3,500                                            3,500


                                                                                                                               1
I            Reserves for Facilities:              I                                                                           II
Library Impact Fee Fund                                           1,314,791                                        1,314,791
                                                                  1,314,791                                        1,314,791
                                                                                                                                      Total
                                                               Prior       2009            2010       2011       2012       2013    Estimated
    CAPITAL PROJECTS                                           Years      Budget          Budget     Budget     Budget     Budget     Cost

    LIBRARIES       - CONTINUED
                    Reserves for Land:
    Library Impact Fee Fund                                                570,783                                                    570,783
                                                                           570,783                                                    570,783

TOTAL - LIBRARIES                                                         1,889,074                                                  1,889,074

    PARKS

               Belcher Mine Park:                         I
Capital Improvement Fund                                       535,779                   2,500,000            10,097,856            13,133,635



                 Burks Park Expansion:
    Park Impact Fee-East Fund                                             2,151,046                                                  2,151,046
                                                                          2,151,046                                                  2,151,046




                        Eagle Point Park:
    Park   Impact   Fee-West Fund - Land Acquisition          1,207,900                                                              1,207,900
    Park   Impact   Fee-Central Fund - Land Acquisition         472,000                                                                472,000
    Park   Impact   Fee-East Fund - Land Acquisition            198,000                                                                198,000
    Park   Impact   Fee-West Fund                                          355,665                                                     355,665
                                                              1,877,900    355,665                                                   2,233,565

I      Land O'Lakes Community Center Expansion:           I
    Guaranteed Entitlement CIP - Land Acquisition              530,000
    Park Impact Fee-Central Fund




     Partial project funding. Balance of funding is provided in the 2014 budget and beyond.
     Partial project funding. Balance of funding is provided in the Parks Grants fund.
                                                                                                                                   Total
                                                         Prior       2009         2010        2011         2012        2013      Estimated
CAPITAL PROJECTS                                         Years      Budget       Budget      Budget       Budget      Budget       Cost

PARKS       - CONTINUED
            North Central Pasco Park:             I
Park Impact Fee-Central Fund - Land Acquisition                                             3,673,040                             3,673,040
                                                                                            3,673,040                             3,673,040

               Trinity-Odessa Park:
Guaranteed Entitlement CIP - Land Acquisition          2,233,759
Half-Cent Sales Tax CIP - Land Acquisition             2,584,711
Park Impact Fee-West Fund - Land Acquisition             929,582
Half-Cent Sales Tax CIP - Phase 1                                   3,679,847
Park Impact Fee-West Fund - Phase 1




           Wesley Chapel District Park:
Guaranteed Entitlement CIP - Land Acquisition          1,107,577
Park Impact Fee-Central Fund - Land Acquisition          549,531
General Fund - Phase 1                                   919,120
Half-Cent Sales Tax CIP - Phase 1                      5,003,250
Park Development Trust Fund - Phase 1                    119,122
Park Impact Fee-Central Fund - Phase 1                 7,463,308
Tree Fund - Phase 1                                      112,890
Park Impact Fee-Central Fund - Phase 2
                                                      15,274,798

             Reserves for Facilities:
Park Impact Fee-Central Fund



               Reserves for Land:
Park Impact Fee-Central Fund                                        2,980,618                                                     2,980,618
Park Impact Fee-East Fund                                             290,238                                                       290,238
Park Impact Fee-West Fund                                             109,240                                                       109,240
                                                                    3,380,096                                                     3,380,096

TOTAL   -   PARKS                                     23,968,529   24,260,741   7,675,491   4,835,729   11,318,679   1,281,864   83,793,771
                                                                                                                                     Total
                                                        Prior       2009          2010         2011         2012        2013       Estimated
    CAPITAL PROJECTS                                    Years      Budget        Budget       Budget       Budget      Budget        Cost

    REFUND OF PRIOR YEAR REVENUE


I             Refund o f Prior Year Revenue:
    Combat Impact Fee Fund
    Library Impact Fee Fund
    Park Impact Fee-Central Fund
    Park Impact Fee-East Fund
    Park Impact Fee-West Fund
    Rescue Impact Fee Fund



    TOTAL   -   REFUND OF PRIOR YEAR REVENUE

    RESERVES


I
               Reserves for Future C a ~ i t a l :
    Capital Improvement Fund                                       8,065,078                                                        8,065,078
                                                                   8,065,078                                                        8,065,078

                   Reserves for Tree Fees:
    Tree Fund



    TOTAL   -   RESERVES

    TOTAL    - CAPITAL PROJECTS                      33,775,308   80,742,872   32,476,127   17,381,171   21,145,168   8,652,817   204,626,201
                        PENNY FOR PASCO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                            DESCRIPTION OF FUNDING SOURCES

The Penny for Pasco is a Local Option Sales Surtax passed by Pasco County voters on March 9, 2004. The surtax
became effective on January 1 2005, and will exist for a ten-year period thereafter. Proceeds are divided amongst
                               ,
the Pasco County School Board, local municipalities and Pasco County Government. The proceeds of the sales
surtax result in a 112 mill Countywide property tax reduction.




                                  Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 16
DEPARTMENT            CAPITAL
DIVISION              PENNY FOR PASCO
ACCOUNT(S)            B300-Various

          REVENUES:                                                               '08 Budqet         '09 Budaet

                      Penny for Pasco
                      Interest
                      Reimbursement - New Port Richey
                      Fund Balance

                                  TOTAL

          APPROPRIATIONS:

                      Transportation
                      Environmental Lands
                      Public Safety
                      Contingency
                      Reserves

                                  TOTAL


          The Fiscal Year 2009 Budget reflects a decrease of 18.5% due primarily to the scope of
          future capital projects.


Pasco County's proceeds of the Local Option Sales Surtax will be distributed as follows: 50% will be used for
transportation improvements and t o address traffic congestion, 25% will be used for the acquisition of
environmentally sensitive lands, 20% will be used for improving public safety and 5% is for contingency.




1
    Amounts are net of required 5% reduction mandated by State Statute.
                                   Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 17
                                         PASCO COUNTY PENNY FOR PASCO FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PLAN
                                                       FISCAL YEARS 2 0 0 9 - 2 0 1 3

                                                                                                                                         Total
                                                          Prior            2009            2010        2011       2012       2013      Penny for
CAPITAL PROJECTS                                          Years           Budget          Budget      Budget     Budget     Budget     Pasco Cost

TRANSPORTATION

Collier Parkway and Weeks Boulevard
     (intersection improvement)
Congress Street a t Orchid Lake Road and
     Pine Hill Road (intersection improvement)
Countywide Advanced Right of Way
Grand Boulevard and Mile Stretch Drive
     (intersection improvement)
Grand Boulevard and Moog Road
     (intersection improvement)
Grand Boulevard and Trouble Creek Road
     (intersection improvement)
Little Road and Ponderosa Avenue
     (intersection improvement)
Main Street from Congress Street t o Rowan Road
Regency Park Boulevard and San Miguel Drive
     (intersection improvement)
Seven Springs Boulevard (median and safety
    improvements)
Starkey Trail Connection
SR 52 and Prospect Road
     (intersection improvement)
SR 54 1-75 Bridge
SR 54 and Boyette Road
     (intersection improvement)
SR 5 4 (Curley t o Morris Bridge Road Design)
SR 54 from Old Pasco Road t o SR 581
US 19 Channelization
US 19 and Fox Hollow Drive
     (intersection improvement)
US 19 Transit Shelters
US 3 0 1 Transit Shelters

TOTAL - TRANSPORTATION                                    22,925,910     13,455,752     10,202,243   5,162,325   106,334   1,518,097   55,072,109
 Partial project funding. Balance of funding is provided in the 2014 budget and beyond.
                                                                                                                                             Total
                                                          Prior            2009            2010         2011        2012        2013       Penny for
CAPITAL PRO3 ECTS                                         Years           Budget          Budget       Budget      Budget      Budget      Pasco Cost

ENVIRONMENTAL LANDS

Acquisition of Land
Aripeka Heights
Cypress Creek
Morsani Property
Tierra Del Sol
Upper Pithlachascotee River

TOTAL   -   ENVIRONMENTAL LANDS

PUBLIC SAFETY

     Emergency Services:        I
Automatic Defibrillators
Emergency Vehicles
Subtotal - Emergency Services

            Sheriff's Office:

Miscellaneous Supplies & Equpment                          168,454                                                                            168,454
Mobile Data Terminals                                      149,466         420,000                                                            569,466
Vehicles                                                 6,521,907       1,947,181       2,461,868    2,560,343   2,662,756   2,769,267    22,479,659
Subotal - Sheriff's Office                               6,839,827       2,367,181       2,461,868    2,560,343   2,662,756   2,769,267    23,217,579

TOTAL   -   PUBLIC SAFETY                                8,907,116       2,367,181       3,494,868    2,560,343   3,119,001   2,769,267    27,287,327

CONTINGENCY

Contingency

TOTAL   - CONTINGENCY

RESERVES        - FUTURE CAPITAL                                         8,555,789                                                          8,555,789

TOTAL PENNY FOR PASCO PROJECTS                            41,372,997     29,501,867     23,508,660   10,806,300   6,816,210   8,061,022   125,838,055
 Partial project funding. Balance of funding is provided in the 2014 budget and beyond.
                            TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                               DESCRIPTION OF FUNDING SOURCES

The Transportation Capital Improvement Plan represents the proposed construction or improvement of roads, streets,
highways and bridges of Pasco County as approved by the Board of County Commissioners. The plan includes,
but is not limited to, design and construction plan preparation; rights-of-way acquisitions; construction of new
through lanes, turn lanes, bridges and drainage facilities in conjunction with new roadway construction; acquisition
and installation of traffic signals; construction of new curbs, medians and shoulders and relocation of utilities t o
accommodate new roadway construction. The Florida Growth Management Act requires that each county adopt a
Comprehensive Plan which includes a transportation element. I n addition, the Act requires that the economic
resources be available for transportation improvements made necessary by development.

A description of the revenues, their characteristics and restrictions follows:

The LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX FUND (8103) reflects revenue received from the six-cent gas tax funds and 80°/o of the
two-cent constitutional gas tax.

The LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX (LOGT) was first levied September 1 1983, for two cents; a third and fourth cent levied
                                                                 ,
September 1 1984; and a fifth and sixth cent levied on September 1 1986. This revenue is used t o finance certain
            ,                                                        ,
road improvements, road maintenance and construction and road-related drainage facilities. Local governments
may pledge the LOGT t o secure the payment of bonds. I n 1993, the Florida Legislature authorized an additional five
cents of LOGT on motor fuel, which the Board of County Commissioners has not adopted, and a new ninth-cent of
LOGT on motor fuel and special fuel. On January 1 1994, special fuel became subject t o the ninth-cent per gallon in
                                                  ,
every county of the State. On June 18, 2002, the Board of County Commissioners adopted the levy of the
                                                                   ,
remaining revenue from the ninth cent gas tax. Effective January 1 2003, the ninth cent fuel tax provided for a
maintenance crew t o help maintain the County's rapidly growing road network. The maintenance crew and proceeds
are accounted for in the Road and Bridge fund and may be found in the Development Services (Section 8) of the
document.

The PAVING ASSESSMENT FUND (B114) accounts for revenues received from paving assessments. Ordinance
No. 85-06 was adopted May 7, 1985, and revised in February 1989, November 1990, June 1997, April 1999, and
revised last by Ordinance No. 02-17. Ordinance No. 02-17 was adopted July 30, 2002, and is the document
governing paving assessments. Local roads, primarily for access t o abutting property of limited continuity and not
for through traffic, are assessed 100% t o the benefited property owners. The assessments may be paid in full upon
substantial completion or in equal specified periods, together with interest for resurfacing, rehabilitation o r
reconstruction, respectively. I n prior years, a portion of the local option gas tax revenues were budgeted t o
supplement the receipts from the repayment of assessments for paving of residential streets. This has created a self-
sustaining revolving fund with receipts from previously completed projects funding initial costs for current projects.

The TRANSPORTATION IMPACT FEE FUNDS (B161, B163 and 8165) reflect revenues received from transportation
impact fees. Ordinance No. 86-18 was adopted April 29, 1986, and revised in April 1988, April 1990, March 1993,
April 1994, and in February 2004 as Ordinance No. 04-05. This road impact fee is for the exclusive purpose of
providing increased capacity on the major road network system (arterial and collector roads within Pasco County).
All funds will be used within the zone or zones in which the transportation impact occurs and on the roadway network
impacted by development. I n addition, funds collected from all zones may be spent for improvements on the State
Highway System.

DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS are considered as part of the development review process. Developers may be
required t o construct transportation infrastructure as a condition of approval of development plans.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRANSPORTATION GRANTS (B146) are funded by the Florida Office of Tourism, Trade
and Economic Development. The grants are intended t o provide the infrastructure necessary to stimulate economic
development by private enterprise.

INTERMODAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM GRANTS (8128 and 8147) are funded by the Florida Department of
Transportation. The grants are intended t o promote projects involving linkage or access t o multiple modes of
transportation t o facilitate the intermodal or multimodal movement of people and goods.


                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 20
DEPARTMENT CAPITAL
DIVISION   TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
ACCOUNT(S) 8103-820400 6114-820402 B128-Various                                        6146-Various
           6147-Various 616X-Various

        REVENUES:                                             '07 Budget         '08 Budget         '09 Budget

                    Local Option Gas Tax
                    Transportation Impact Fee
                    Constitutional Gas Tax
                    Motor Fuel Use Tax
                    Paving Assessments
                    Interest
                    FDOT-Intermodal Grants
                    Transportation Impact Fee Credits
                    Contributions Private Sources
                    Miscellaneous Revenue   '
                    Fund Balance

                                 TOTAL                        277,098,628       328,563,087        263,300,966

        APPROPRIATIONS:

                     Road Improvements
                     Program Maintenance
                     Paving Assessments
                     Signalization
                     Contracted Services
                     Mitigation
                     Indirect Costs
                     Reserves

                                 TOTAL                        272,259,545       324,451,769        259,175,775


        The Fiscal Year 2009 Budget reflects a decrease of 20.1% due primarily to the scope of
        planned road projects.


The 2008 Pasco County Major Road Network consists of 546.3 miles of roadway: 190.7 miles of roadway maintained
by the State, 340.2 miles of roadway maintained by the County and 15.4 miles of roadway maintained by local
governments. The County is served by five major north-south highways and three major east-west highways.
1-75, which bisects the County north t o south, connects the County with 1-4, Tampa and major cities along Florida's
west coast. The most heavily traveled road in the County is US 19 on the west side, which connects Pasco with
Hernando County t o the north and Pinellas County t o the south. Other major north-south roads are US 4 1 in the
central part of the County, the Suncoast Parkway located between US 19 and US 4 1 and US 3 0 1 on the east side of
the County. The principal east-west highways are CR 578 in the north, SR 52 in the central and SR 54 in the south.




 Amounts are net of required 5% reduction mandated by State Statute.
 The difference between revenues and expenses is used for debt service payments and may be found in the
 Reserves/Debt Service (Section 11) of the budget document.
                                  Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 2 1
                                                               PASCO COUNTY FIVE-YEAR ROAD PLAN

                                                                                                                          Total
                                                           Prlor       2009       2010        2011     2012     2013    Estimated
ROAD IMPROVEMENTS                                          Years      Budget     Budget      Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

        West Zone:

Advanced Right of Way (West Zone)
CR 578 from East Road to Shady Hills Road
Decubellis Road from River Ridge Road to Ridge Road
East Road from Sherman Drive North to County Line
    Road (CR 578)
East Road Reconstruction (south)
Gulf Trace Boulevard (realignment)
Hudson Avenue and US 19 (turn lanes)
Hudson Avenue a t Little Road (intersection improvement)
Little Road and Hudson Avenue (intersection improvement)
Moon Lake Road from Decubellis Road to SR 52 '
Perrine Ranch Road at Grand Boulevard (intersection
    improvement)
Perrlne Ranch Road at Seven Springs Boulevard
    (intersection improvement)
Perrine Ranch Road West of Bridge to Seven Springs
    Boulevard
Ridge Road Extension from Moon Lake Road to
    North Suncoast Parkway
Ridge Road from Broad Street to Moon Lake Road
Ridge Road Pond Six and Outfall

      Central Zone:

Advanced Right of Way (Central Zone)
Bell Lake Road from Alpine Road to Collier Parkway
Bowman Road (route study)
Collier Parkway from Hale Road to Parkway Boulevard
Collier Parkway from Parkway Boulevard to South
    of Hale Road
County Line Road from US 4 1 to CR 581 (route study)
Gunn Highway at SR 54 (intersection improvement)
Lake Patience Road from Oakstead Subdivision to US 4 1
Milestone Drive (route study)
Ridge Road Extension from Moon Lake Road to
    North Suncoast Parkway
Right of Way for Sunlake Boulevard (Long Lake Ranch)
Shady Hills Road and Peace Boulevard
    (intersection improvement)
Shady Hills Road from SR 52 to CR 578'
SR 54/SR 56 (US 4 1 to 1-75) Cypress Creek Pipeline
SR 54 from Suncoast Parkway t o 1-75
SR 54 from Suncoast Parkway to Tower Road (turn lanes)
SR 54 from Suncoast Parkway t o US 4 1 (4-6 lanes)
                                                                                                                           Total
                                                                 Prior       2009     2010     2011     2012     2013    Estimated
    ROAD IMPROVEMENTS                                            Years      Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

          East Zone:

Advanced Right of Way (East Zone)
Allen Road and SR 54 (intersection improvement)
Centennral Road and US 301 (intersection improvement)
Chancey Road Advanced Right of Way
Clinton Avenue from Fort Krng Road (CR 41) to US 301
Clrnton Avenue from West of Curley Road to
    East of Pasadena Drive
Clinton Avenue from West of Curley Road to
    East of Pasadena Drive Advanced Right of Way
Curley Road from South of SR 54 to North of
    Overpass Road
CR 54 from Oakley Boulevard to East of 1-75
CR 54 from SR 56 t o Magnolia Boulevard
CR 54 from US 301 to 23rd Street
CR 581 from Hillsborough County Line Road to SR 54
Frazee H ~ lRoad from 1 4 ~ ~
            l                             '
                           Street t o US 301
I-75/I-275 Contribution to FDOT from Cannon Ranch
   and Cypress Creek DRI's
McKendree Road from SR 52 to Overpass Road (design)
Meadow Pointe Boulevard Resurfacing
Meadow Pointe Intersections
Northwood Palms Boulevard Traffic Calming
Oakley Plaza (development agreement)
Old Pasco Road from Quail Hollow Boulevard to
    Overpass Road
Overpass Road at 1-75 Interchange (design)
Overpass Road west of 1-75 to US 301 (design)
SR 52 from 1-75 t o Cannon Ranch Entrance '
SR 54 from 800' north of SR 54 to Quarl Hollow Boulevard   '
SR 54 from CR 581 to CR 577
                                                    '
SR 54/56 from US 4 1 to 1-75 (Cypress Creek Pipelrne)
Twenty Mile Level Road (route study)
Zephyrhills Bypass Extension (Eiland Boulevard Gap)
Zephyrhills Bypass Extension (SR 54 t o East of
    Handcart Road)

I    Grant Funded Projects:   ]
Landscape Projects

TOTAL ROAD IMPROVEMENTS                                        83,840,578
                                                                                    Total
                             Prior   2009     2010     2011     2012     2013     Estimated
PROGRAM MAINTENANCE          Years   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

Program Maintenance

TOTAL PROGRAM MAINTENANCE

                                                                                    Total
                             Pr~or   2009     2010     2011     2012     2013     Estimated
MITIGATION   / STUDIES       Years   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

Mitigation / Studies

TOTAL MITIGATION / STUDIES

                                                                                    Total
                             Prior   2009     2010     2011     2012     2013     Estimated
INDIRECT COSTS               Years   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

Indirect Costs

TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS

                                                                                    Total
                             Prior   2009     2010     2011     2012     2013     Estimated
RESERVES                     Years   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

Reserve-Future Capital

TOTALRESERVES

                                                                                    Total
                             Prior   2009     2010     2011     2012     2013     Estimated
PAVING ASSESSMENTS           Years   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

Archer Street
Ardsley Lane
Bennington Drive
Canal Street
Cranbrook Place
Cypress Lakes Boulevard
D~xie Grove Estates
Eden Avenue
Fern Street
Foxwood Drive
General Paving Assessments
Grandview Grove
Gude Road
Gulf Coast Highway East
Hacienda Way
Holiday Gardens Estates
                                                                                                                      Total
                                                               Prior    2009     2010     2011     2012     2013    Estimated
PAVING ASSESSMENTS                                             Years   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost

I Paving Assessments Continued:
Houston Avenue
Kodiak Avenue
Lakewood Estates
Leonard Road
Libby Court
Meadow Oaks
Munbury Drive
Oconee Boulevard
Old Griffin Park
Old Ridge Road
Orange Drive
Ponderosa Avenue Phase I1
Redfish Street
Riverside Villas Phase I
Riverside Villas Phase I 1
Sea Forest Drive
Shadow Ridge-Sugar Creek Boulevards
Tanglewood East
Triple I Ranch Road
Valley View Estates
Veterans Village Phase I 1
Veterans Village Phase I V
Virginia City

TOTAL PAVING ASSESSMENTS

                                                                                                                      Total
                                                               Prior    2009     2010     2011     2012     2013    Estimated
SIGNALIZATION                                                  Years   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Cost


I     Signal Upgrades:

CR 1at Seeley Lane
CR 1at St. Lawrence Drive (signalization)
CR 54 at 23rd Street (signalization)
Embassy Boulevard a t Morehead Lane (signalization)
Fox Hollow Drive a t Morehead Lane (signalization)
Grand Boulevard a t Cecelia Drive (signalization/turn lanes)
Little Road at Fox Hollow Drive (signalization)
Little Road at Ross Lane (signalization)
Milestretch Drive at Arcadia Drive (temporary signal)
Signal Upgrade/Rebuild
Sunlake Boulevard at Mentmore Boulevard (signal)

TOTAL SIGNALIZATION
Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 27
                              U T I L I T I E S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                                  DESCRIPTION OF FUNDING SOURCES


The Utilities Capital Improvement Plan represents the expenditures for Pasco County's water and wastewater system
capacity expansions. I n addition t o providing adequate capacity in advance of projected future demands, it is also
necessary t o avoid constructing excess capacity which will go unused. The Utilities Services Branch expects t o fund
capital improvements through water and sewer impact fees, grant funding, developer-dedicated funds and available
excess operating revenues.

A description of the revenues, characteristics and restrictions follow:

   Water and sewer impact fees represent an assessment t o provide sufficient water and sewer capacity t o meet the
   additional demand for service resulting from development. Impact fees may not be expended t o correct existing
   deficiencies or renewal and replacement.

   Developer-dedicated funding results from either impact fee credits or cash payments to developers. I n return for
   impact fee credits or cash reimbursement, the developer agrees t o fund construction of oversized capacity of
   additional facilities which meet County specifications. Agreements with developers specify the location and type
   of facility t o be constructed. County development codes also require the construction and extension of facilities
   that are dedicated t o the water and wastewater system.

   The excess of operating revenues over operating and maintenance expenditures, after meeting the requirements
   of all bond covenants, can be expended for new construction and renewal and replacement of existing water and
   sewer facilities.




                                    Pasco County FY 2009 Budget Page 12 - 28
                      WATER AND SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2 0 0 9 THROUGH 2 0 1 3

                                                                                                                  Total
                                                      Prior       2009     2010     2011     2012       2013    Estimated
                                                      Years      Budget   Budget   Budget   Budget     Budget     Cost
SEWER PROJECTS

Collier Parkway/Central Pasco Wastewater
   System Improvements
Deer Park Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)
    Diversion to Shady Hills WWTP
Embassy WWTP Diverslon t o Shady Hills WWTP
Land O'Lakes WWTP Expansion - 7 Million Gallons a
    Day (MGD)
Odessa WWTP Diverslon to Land O'Lakes WWTP
Sewer Maln Relocations
Shady Hills WWTP Nitrate Treatment Improvements
Southeast WWTP Expansion - 6 MGD
Wastewater Plant Security Improvements
Wastewater Pump Station Rehab. and Improvements
Wastewater System Transmission Improvements
Wesley Center WWTP Expansion - 9 MGD
Miscellaneous Collection System Improvements

   Subtotal-Sewer Projects


RECLAIMED WATER PROJECTS

Rapid Inf~ltration
                 Basins (RIB) and Spray Fields         224,312
Reclaimed Water Golf Course Improvements                41,400
Reclaimed Water Main Relocations                        69,053
Reclaimed Water Storage Reservoirs                  16,430,027
Reclaimed Water System Main Improvements             4,824,446
Reuse System Supplemental Wells
Wesley Chapel Reclaimed Storage and Pump Statlon

   Subtotal-Reclaimed Water Projects                21,589,238
                                                                                                                                               Total
                                                                 Prior         2009         2010        2011         2012        2013        Estimated
                                                                 Years        Budget       Budget      Budget       Budget      Budget         Cost
WATER PROJECTS

Small Diameter Water Pipeline Replacements                      1,400,000     1,400,000    1,400,000                                          4,200,000
Water Distribution Main Extensions                                174,444       179,000      179,000     179,000      179,000     179,000     1,069,444
Water System Main Relocations                                     281,269     1,000,000    1,000,000   1,000,000    1,000,000   1,000,000     5,281,269
Water System Transmission Main Improvements                     7,485,787    23,748,059                   80,000      750,000                32,063,846
Miscellaneous Water System Improvements                         1,028,724       509,000      509,000     509,000      509,000     509,000     3,573,724

   Subtotal-Water Projects                                 10,370,224        26,836,059    3,088,000   1,768,000    2,438,000   1,688,000    46,188,283

TOTAL UTILITIES CAPITAL                                    44,749,832       175,214,064   20,650,782   9,668,282   10,785,782   6,435,782   267,504,525




 Includes anticipated bond proceeds or other funding sources.
                                                   PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA

                                                   DEMOGRAPHIC STATISTICS
                                                     FOR YEARS INDICATED
                                                               (UNAUDITED)

                                                                ESTIMATED                                               UNEMPLOYMENT
            YEAR                                               POPULATION                                                   RATE

              1982                                                     211,852                                                    8.6
              1983                                                     217,831                                                    8.4
              1984                                                     225,821                                                    7.1
              1985                                                     233,272                                                    5.3
              1986                                                     245,093                                                    5.2
              1987                                                     254,696                                                    6.0
              1988                                                     264,349                                                    6.0
              1989                                                     272,422                                                    6.5
              1990                                                     281,131                                                    6.4
              1991                                                     285,407                                                    7.7
              1992                                                     290,274                                                    8.6
              1993                                                     293,966                                                    7.7
              1994                                                     298,852                                                    6.9
              1995                                                     305,576                                                    6.1
              1996                                                     309,936                                                    5.2
              1997                                                     315,785                                                    4.3
              1998                                                     321,074                                                    4.2
              1999                                                     326,494                                                    3.3
              2000                                                     344,765                                                    2.8
              2001                                                     352,380                                                    3.8
              2002                                                     361,468                                                    5.0
              2003                                                     375,318                                                    5.2
              2004                                                     389,776                                                    4.7
              2005                                                     406,898                                                    4.0
              2006                                                     424,355                                                    4.3
              2007                                                     434,425                                                    4.6

           (Source: CAFR dated 9/30/07)


                                        Current and Projected Pasco County Population
                                                          2002 - 2030
800,000
                                                                                                                                         2
                                                                                                                                       09
                                                                                                                                    1,
                                                                                                                              3




700,000
                                                                                                                                  68
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                                                                                                                   1

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                                                                                                                 92
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                                                                                                        1




600,000
                                                                                                            58
                                                                                                      60
                                                                                                   3,
                                                                                                 53
                                                                                             0
                                                                                           60
                                                                                        4,
                                                                                  5
                                                                       5




500,000
                                                                                42



                                                                                      47
                                                                     35
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                                               6




                                                                             4,
                                                                  4,
                                                         89
                                             77
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400,000
              36




300,000


200,000


100,000


       0
               2002         2003          2004       2005       2006        2007      2010       2015        2020       2025       2030
  Source: Florida Research and Economic Database



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