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					                                      City of Fort Walton Beach

                                             Memorandum

To:            Honorable Mayor and City Council Members

From:          Robert T. Mearns, City Manager

Re:            Weekly Update

Date:          January 28, 2011


1. Current Projects – Activities of the Week
       1.1     GIS Asset Management
               1.1.1 Staff continued collecting the field data in Area No. 4 for the water, sewer, and
                       stormwater systems and began locating features in Area No. 5.
               1.1.2 Continued talks with ESRI regarding implementation of ArcGIS Server. Awaiting
                       approval to purchase hardware, software and training materials. A request for
                       purchasing the necessary hardware, software, and training will be brought to City
                       Council on February 8th.
       1.2     Water Meter Replacement
               1.2.1 Mueller Service Company has installed the following commercial water meters:
                       Cycle No. 1: 321 EA ¾”, 101 EA 1”, 24 EA 1-½” and 59 EA 2”
                       Cycle No. 2: 361 EA ¾”, 72 EA 1”, 14 EA 1 ½”, 51 EA 2” and 1 EA 4”.
                       Cycle No. 3: 80 EA ¾”, 58 EA 1”, 19 EA 1-½” and 49 EA 2”.
                       Cycle No. 4: 49 EA ¾”, 21 EA 1”, 3 EA 1 ½” and 25 EA 2”.
               1.2.2 Mueller Service Company has installed the following residential water meters:
                       Cycle No. 1: 10 EA ¾”, 190 EA 1”, 35 EA 1 ½”, and 61 EA 2”
                       Cycle No. 2: 1 EA 1 ½”, 2 EA 1”.
               1.2.3 A total of 3,763 EA ¾”, 3 EA 1” and 4 EA 2” water meters have been installed by
                       City crews.
               1.2.4 The contractor has placed registers on the following residential water meters:
                       Cycle No. 1: 40 – 2” registers, 16 1 ½” registers and 61 – 1” registers.
                       Cycle No. 2: 9 – 2” registers, 4- 1 ½” registers and 32 – 1” registers (Cycle #2
                       Complete).
                       Cycle No. 3: 5- 1 ½” registers and 24 – 1” registers.
               1.2.5 The contractor has replaced registers on the following commercial water meters:
                       Cycle No. 1: 3 1 ½” registers and 4 – 1” registers.
                       Cycle No. 2: 5- 1 ½” registers and 52 – 1” registers.
       1.3     Sound Side Affordable Housing Development
               1.3.1 Staff met with the FWBHA, HomeCorp (development consultant), and Berkadia
                       (mortgage consultant) in Montgomery to discuss the next steps in the development
                       process.
       1.4     Continuing Contract for Consulting Services
               1.4.1 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. submitted a draft budget, scope, and schedule to
                       complete the design and permitting for the installation of a new wet well and piping
                       for Lift Station No. 3 on Alconese Avenue SE.
               1.4.2 Hatch Mott MacDonald has developed preliminary layouts of the Hedrick
                       Recreational Facility.
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               1.4.3  Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. is coordinating the required permits with FDOT
                      for the Downtown Streetscape, pedestrian improvements, and banner pole projects.
       1.5     CRA Plan Update & EAR-Based Amendments to Comprehensive Plan
               1.5.1 Consultant currently working on draft amendment to the Economic Development
                      Element.
               1.5.2 Staff is currently reviewing the draft CRA Plan for final comments.
       1.6     Land Development Code Amendments
               1.6.1 Consultant is working on an organizational re-work for the LDC, including the table
                      of contents; staff is drafting a new zoning map.
       1.7     Demolition of Nelson-Davis Building (Project No. CL1101)
               1.7.1 Asbestos removal began on January 27, 2011; demolition scheduled the week of
                      January 31, 2011.
       1.8     Fountainhead Condominium Storm Drain Replacement
               1.8.1 Installed 96 LF of 48” reinforced concrete pipe in addition to the 96 LF of pipe
                      installed last week.

2. Administrative Services
       2.1     Human Resources Administration
               2.1.1 Separations
                      2.1.1.1 Firefighter – Fire Services
                      2.1.1.2 Police Officer – Police Services
               2.1.2 Other Business
                      2.1.2.1 Processed four (4) FDLE Background Checks
                      2.1.2.2 Participated in Blacks in Government Job Fair
                      2.1.2.3 Reviewed personnel files and storage system with Police
                                Accreditations Team
                      2.1.2.4 Reviewed issues and answered questions for employees, supervisors
                                and managers
                      2.1.2.5 Review and development of revisions of Human Resources web-
                                page
       2.2     Risk Management
               2.2.1 Property Damage/Loss Report
                      2.2.1.1 Stop sign and post damaged by unknown vehicle at the intersection
                                of Coral Drive & Driftwood Avenue. Cost to City to replace sign
                                and post: Estimated $120.00
                      2.2.1.2 Police officer lost keys, three (3); one each for the Police
                                Department, one each for the Booking Room door, and one each
                                Handcuff key. Officer placed key ring on top of vehicle and
                                proceeded to drive away. Estimated cost to replace keys: $10.00
                      2.2.1.3 Solid Waste Department dumpster located at 225 Wright Parkway
                                was hit by an unknown vehicle, crushing the container beyond
                                repair. Police Department is investigating the incident. Cost to
                                replace dumpster: $660.00
       2.3     Information Technology
               2.3.1 Computer Hardware Installation and Maintenance
                      2.3.1.1 Resolved 8 hardware service tickets for various departments.
                      2.3.1.2 Installed 3 new Dell computers.
               2.3.2 Computer Software Installation and Maintenance
                      2.3.2.1 Resolved 7 software service tickets for various departments.
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                      2.3.2.2 Resolved 6 SunGard HTE software support tickets for various
                              departments.
               2.3.3 Network Server Installation and Maintenance
                      2.3.3.1 Resolved 2 server hardware service tickets for various departments.
               2.3.4 Telephone and Cellular telephone Installation and Maintenance
                      2.3.4.1 Resolved 1 telephone line issue for the Engineering Department.
               2.3.5 IT Department Research
                    2.3.5.1 Continued work on FTP server for the City to transfer large files.
               2.3.6 Website – Work Plan Item
                      2.3.6.1 Completed 7 website service requests.
               2.3.7 After Hours – Resolved 3 after hours support requests.
                      2.3.7.1 Reset password for one Police user.
                      2.3.5.2 Resolved the connectivity issues for Police Department mobile users.

3. Engineering Services
       3.1     Community Redevelopment Agency Board of Commissioners:
               3.1.1 Staff is working with the City Attorney to develop new by-laws and a resolution
                        appointing City Council as the CRA Board.
       3.2     Engineering:
               3.2.1 Continued cleaning and organizing the Warehouse and reviewing the inventory list
                        to determine which items can be removed from inventory to allow the Warehouse to
                        become more efficient.
               3.2.2 Disassembled old water meters for scrap metal resale.
               3.2.3 Imported sign points and printed map for sign shop.
               3.2.4 Working on Lewis Turner Boulevard median drawings for Recreation and Cultural
                        Services.
               3.2.5 Researched drawing of the Walkedge canal seawall for the Stormwater Supervisor.
       3.3     Streets:
               3.3.1 Graded Butler Drive NW.
               3.3.2 Installed 115 LF of sidewalk along Second Street SE as part of CIP 5306 – CRA
                        Sidewalk Improvements.
               3.3.3 The streets sweeper has been repaired and has resumed normal operations.
       3.4     Stormwater:
               3.4.1 Per National Pollutant Discharge Detection and Elimination (NPDES) requirements,
                        Staff conducted Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) inspections of
                        the City’s stormwater infrastructure.
               3.4.2 Staff met with a resident of Gilmore Court SE to discuss a seawall issue for the
                        Walkedge Boat Canal/Ramp. Working with Engineering staff to prepare a set of
                        drawings to replace the damaged wall. Researching grant opportunities to fund the
                        project.
               3.4.3 Staff responded to drainage concerns at the end of Bay Drive SE.
       3.5     Facilities:
               3.5.1 Continued construction of the new Civil War Museum at the Heritage Park &
                        Cultural Center.
               3.5.2 Repaired the scoreboard at Docie Bass Recreation Center.
       3.6     Planning (Long Range & Environmental):
               3.6.1 Attended LEED certification training in Clearwater, FL.
               3.6.2 Processing application for annexation of 623 Country Club Avenue.
       3.7     Grants:

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                 3.7.1   Working with WFRPC to submit an EPA grant for supplemental clean-up funds at
                         25 Miracle Strip Parkway SW.
        3.8      Building & Zoning:
                 3.8.1 Met with Lord & Sons in reference to adding some interior walls to an existing
                         building at 45 Eglin Parkway NE.
                 3.8.2 Staff attended a meeting in reference to green building construction.
                 3.8.3 Met with the contractor for Buffalo Wild Wings in reference to the upcoming
                         remodel and inspection scheduling.
                 3.8.4 Staff organized and participated in the Board of Adjustment meeting; four applicants
                         requested variances.
        3.9      Code Enforcement:
                 3.9.1 Code Enforcement removed 17 snipe (temporary) signs this week.
        3.10     Building Division Inspections Completed/Permits Issued:
Inspections Completed
                                                            Approved With
          Type of Inspections              Approved          Corrections       Disapproved           Total
              All Types                       32                  0                 2                 34



Permits Issued
                                         Total # of         Valuation of all
Total # Applications Received          Permits Issued          Permits         Permit Fees
                 39                         39               $1,731,204          $6,195

        3.11     Plans Review/ Projects:
Plans Reviewed                                       Number of Plans                    Time Spent
Signs                                                      1                                 1hr
Residential Demo                                           1                                 1hr
Commercial Additions                                       2                                 3hr
Commercial Remodels                                        3                                 3hr
Fence                                                      0                                  0
Sheds                                                      1                                 1hr
Residential Additions                                      2                                 2hr
Residential Remodels                                       1                                  0
Land                                                       0                                  0
Docks, Decks, Sea walls                                    0                                  0
Damaged Structures                                         1                                 1hr
Totals                                                     11                                12 hr

        3.12     Projects Under Review/Permitted:

Project                                    Address                             Status


Single Family Dwellings                    203 & 207 Alconese Street SE        Plan Check

Single Family Dwelling                     117 Gregory Avenue                  Plan Check

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4. Financial Services
          4.1   ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:
                4.1.1 Processed 105 purchase orders totaling $257,587.57.
                4.1.2 Processed 66 direct pays totaling $33,009.15.
                4.1.3 Processed 2 water refunds/final bills totaling $18.09.
                4.1.4 Voided 0 checks – amount $0.00.
                4.1.5 Total Accounts Payable check run for January 27, 2011 –
                      $290,614.81; Saved in discounts $564.50 and printed a total of 91 checks.
                4.1.6 Included in this check run are payments over $20,000.00:

          4.2   CUSTOMER SERVICE
                4.2.1 Hersey meters installed:       Commercial 97%
                                                     Residential    45%
                4.2.2 Delinquent Notices are generated 17 days after the Bill Date, and a 5%
                      penalty is added to the account.
                4.2.3 Cut-off for non-payment is scheduled approximately 30 days after the Bill
                      Date, and a $25 penalty is added to the account. (Cut-off dates are at least 30
                      days after the Bill Date, generally several additional days based on weekends,
                      holidays and scheduling.)
          4.3   BUDGET
                4.3.1 Attended Revenue Enhancement Training with Ken Small
          4.4   OTHER
                4.4.1 Requested assistance from offices of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio and Senator
                      Don Gaetz and Representative M. Gaetz regarding our Hurricane Dennis
                      overtime appeal not yet forwarded to FEMA by the State.
                4.4.2 Prepared lost sanitation fund revenue claim to BP.
                4.4.3 Completed annual Economic Development Incentives Survey required per
                      F.S. 166.021.

5. Fire
          5.1   The average emergency response time was 4 minutes and 51 seconds.
          5.2   Fire Department Operations responded to 88 incidents these past two weeks (44 by
                Rescue 6) to include the following: 5-Motor Vehicle Accidents; 63-Advanced Life
                Support Incidents; 2-Basic Life Support Incidents; 8-Structure Fires; and 10-Fire
                Alarm Activation.
          5.3   Fire Operations received 116 man-hours of Physical Training; 24 man-hours of
                Emergency Medical Services Training; 204 man-hours of Rope Rescue Training; 48
                man-hours of Fire Survival Training; and 12 man-hours of Vehicle Extrication
                Training. Operations conducted Station 6 tours for 7 adults and 6 Boy Scouts.
          5.4   Fire Prevention conducted: 15-Fire Safety Inspections;3-Reinspections; 6-
                Construction Site Inspections; 2-Alarm Responses; 1-Structure Response; 6-Plan
                Reviews ; 1-Pre-fire Plan and 3-Preopening Inspections.
          5.5   Fire Prevention also updated the Emergency Contact List; worked on new
                computerized pre-fire plan access for command; conducted cold night shelter check
                at First Presbyterian Church; conducted an above ceiling inspection of Zaxby’s on

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                Eglin Pkwy.; conducted C.E.R.T. training through Troy State (18) persons in
                attendance; worked on a new power point for The F.L.A.R.E. program in March

6. Police
        6.1     DEPARTMENT STATISTICS FOR THE WEEK:
                    Calls for Service            687
                    Arrests                       13
                    Citations Issued             109
                    Reports Written               71
                    Traffic Stops                137

        6.2     RESPONSE TIMES:

                              #Calls       Time                #Calls
                     High Priority       0:58                   175
                     Medium/Low Priority 3:08                   512

        6.3     CRIMES/CASES OF INTEREST:

            Armed Suspect                  0      Home Invasion Robbery      0
            Aggravated Assault /Battery    1      Missing Persons            0
            Battery                        7      Narcotics                  7
            Burglary                       3      Robbery                    0
            Burglary to Vehicle            5      Sexual Battery             0
            Criminal Mischief              2      Stolen Vehicle             0
            Death Investigation            0      Suspicious Activity        40
            Disturbance                    16     Theft                      10
            Domestic Violence              0      Vehicle Accidents          24

        6.4     OTHER ACTIVITIES – INVESTIGATIONS/STREET CRIMES:
                6.4.1 A business employee located approximately ¼ to ½ "cookie" pieces of
                      "crack" cocaine in a deodorant bottle in a vehicle towed in as a stolen
                      recovered vehicle by OCSO on an OCSO case. Seized drugs and contacted
                      OCSO.
                6.4.2 Traffic stop where subject was arrested for criminal traffic.
                6.4.3 Traffic stop where subject was arrested for criminal traffic.
                6.4.4 Traffic stop where subject was arrested for criminal traffic. Subject had prior
                      history and was on probation for sales/distribution of narcotics. Searched
                      vehicle and person and nothing was located, other than what was possibly
                      identified as "spice shake" on the floorboard. Many old coins were located in
                      the possession of the driver and in the vehicle. Photographs of the items were
                      taken to be placed into evidence and passed on to investigations to see if
                      similar items have been recently stolen.
                6.4.5 Traffic stop where subject was arrested for criminal traffic. Vehicle was
                      searched. No illegal narcotics were located.
        6.5     COMMUNITY EVENTS/MEETINGS:
                6.5.1 Officers provided escort for the Martin Luther King Celebration March from
                      the Civic Auditorium to the FWBHS
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      6.5.2  Sergeant Royal, Corporal Randolph, Officer Marlow, Officer Schlager and
             Reserve Officer Hunt attended Street Gang Intelligence sponsored by the US
             Attorney’s Office at the Enlisted Heritage Center on Eglin AFB.
      6.5.3 Conducted training for “A” Platoon and visiting LE agencies on Baker and
             Marchman Acts. Tom Dunn/CAC conducted training on Juvenile Sex
             Offenders and Child Abuse Issues. Patrick King/ASA of the State Attorney’s
             Office and 3 other ASA’s conducted training on the latest legal updates
             effecting LE officers.
      6.5.4 Sergeant Royal and Officer Schlager visited the George Stone Police
             Academy and conducted a recruiting session. Many interested individuals.
6.6   CRA Officers and COP Officers Business Contacts / Citizen Contacts
      6.6.1 3 Dogs & A Chick
      6.6.2 Artesano Jewels
      6.6.3 Aunt Martha’s Bed & Breakfast
      6.6.4 Barefoot Weddings
      6.6.5 Barley’s
      6.6.6 Bella Day Spa
      6.6.7 Big City American Bistro
      6.6.8 Brava Hair Studio & Day Spa
      6.6.9 Brooks Bridge BBQ
      6.6.10 Buccaneer Gift Shop
      6.6.11 Carolina Cigars on the Coast
      6.6.12 Catholic Charities
      6.6.13 Channel 21 Marker
      6.6.14 Circle K
      6.6.15 Coach & Four Gifts
      6.6.16 Coasters
      6.6.17 Crystal Beach Development
      6.6.18 Dodges Chicken Convenience Store
      6.6.19 Fired Up
      6.6.20 Firehouse Subs
      6.6.21 Fokker's Sports Pub
      6.6.22 FWB Library
      6.6.23 Harry Heady's Inc.
      6.6.24 Hugs and Hissy Fits
      6.6.25 Gina’s 99 Cent Store
      6.6.26 Gulf Coast Seafood
      6.6.27 Indian Temple Mound/Heritage Culture Center
      6.6.28 Ivey Ladies Boutique
      6.6.29 Kreative Artizans
      6.6.30 LaQuinta Inn & Suites
      6.6.31 Liquid Surf & Sail
      6.6.32 Little Bo Feet
      6.6.33 Maas Coffee Roasters
      6.6.34 Magnolia Grill
      6.6.35 Merlin's Jewelry
      6.6.36 One Feather
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      6.6.37 Paradise Pointe Shopping Plaza
      6.6.38 Pirate Bay Condominiums
      6.6.39 Plus Skate Shop
      6.6.40 Publix
      6.6.41 Remax
      6.6.42 Romantic Ideas
      6.6.43 Sacred Xpressions
      6.6.44 Tattoo Zoo
      6.6.45 Tattoos Forever
      6.6.46 Team PVT
      6.6.47 The Closet Swap
      6.6.48 Tijuana Flat
6.7   CRA Officers and COPS Officers – Foot Patrols & Security Checks
      6.7.1 Pat’s Bait & Tackle
      6.7.2 Fish Lipz
      6.7.3 United Lighting & Supply
      6.7.4 Joseph Edward Design
      6.7.5 XL Kites
      6.7.6 Full Circle Gallery
      6.7.7 Jimmy’s Pawn Shop
      6.7.8 First City Bank
      6.7.9 De France Antiques
      6.7.10 Downtown area
      6.7.11 First National Bank & Trust
      6.7.12 Liquid Surf & Sail
      6.7.13 FWB Landing Park
      6.7.14 FWB Library
      6.7.15 Captain’s Quarters
      6.7.16 Pit Stop Convenience Store
      6.7.17 Salty Duck
      6.7.18 Ivy Ladies Boutique
      6.7.19 Dodges Chicken Convenience Store
      6.7.20 McLaughlin’s Funeral Home
      6.7.21 3 Dogs & a Chick
6.8   CRA Officers and CPU Officers – Traffic Enforcement
      6.8.1 Beal
      6.8.2 Downtown 98
      6.8.3 Eglin Pkwy
      6.8.4 Ferry
      6.8.5 Hollywood Bl
      6.8.6 Hwy 98
      6.8.7 Jackson St
      6.8.8 Jet Dr
      6.8.9 Perry Av
6.9   CRA Officers – Traffic Enforcement Citations
      6.9.1 6 - Verbal Warnings
      6.9.2 22 – Speeding Citations
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7. Public Information
        7.1    The City Manager’s staff, together with IT Department, continued to maintain Public
               Information duties with press releases, recording the Special and Regular Meetings on
               January 25th, and answering questions from the public.

8. Recreation & Cultural Services
        8.1       Recreation & Cultural Services
                  8.1.1 Field preparation for upcoming baseball season is underway. Parks crews
                         are cutting out baselines, installing fences, and painting/pressure washing
                         dugouts.
                  8.1.2 The Annual Elk’s Lodge Free Throw Contest will be held Saturday, January
                         29th at Chester Pruitt Recreation Center from 10am to 1pm.
                  8.1.3 Ongoing recreation construction projects include the Civil War building at
                         the Museum, the equipment shed at the Cemetery, and the reception area at
                         Hedrick. All projects are scheduled to be completed by March.
        8.2       Fort Walton Beach Golf Club:
                  8.2.1 Greens: Applied Calcium Sulfate to all.
                  8.2.2 Pines: Trimmed trees holes #6 & 7; Rebuilt Irrigation Control box for holes
                         #5,6 & 7; Began filling ground tree stumps with soil; Fertilized all trees with
                         granular fertilizer; Moved sprinkler head off of #17 gold tee and leveled bad
                         spot on tee; Added new pine straw to azalea bed south side of clubhouse;
                         Fertilized driving range practice tee.
                  8.2.3 Oaks: Began removal of tree stump grindings; Fertilized all tees with
                         granular fertilizer; Spot sprayed rough for grassy weed control as needed.

                       Thu          Fri           Sat            Sun         Mon            Tue          Wed
                  01/20/2011     01/21/2011    01/22/2011    01/23/2011    01/24/2011    01/25/2011    01/26/2011    TOTAL


   Weather         Cloudy          Frost         Frost         Frost         Frost       Rain AM        Windy
   Revenue        $8,211.73      $2,508.49     $3,937.45      $3,935.34    $7,708.29     $1,854.24     $5,027.34    $33,182.88
     Green Fees   $4,816.23      $1,368.95     $2,265.82      $2,173.94    $4,649.44       $903.13     $3,172.77    $19,350.28
      Cart Fees   $2,700.36        $631.88     $1,378.23      $1,504.12    $2,689.43       $520.25     $1,731.69    $11,155.96
      D. Range      $234.24        $224.64       $278.40        $257.28       $86.40       $147.84       $122.88     $1,351.68
       Member
          Dues      $188.68        $283.02         $0.00          $0.00      $283.02       $283.02         $0.00     $1,037.74
     Gift Cards       $0.00          $0.00         $0.00          $0.00        $0.00         $0.00         $0.00         $0.00
          Other     $272.22          $0.00        $15.00          $0.00        $0.00         $0.00         $0.00       $287.22

       Marshals            9               1           1              5            5               5           5           31
   Club Rounds           265              79         132            139          257              56         181        1,109
         Comp
       Rounds                7             3             1             6             2             2            4          25
          Golf
      Employee               1             1             0             4             2             1            0            9
      Marketing
                             6             2             1             2             0             1            4          16
   Tournament
   Rounds
                  16                                                                                                       16




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Golf Club Comparison to Prior Year                           Jan. 21 – Jan. 27 2010   Jan 20- Jan 26 2011
                                                               (Sunny all week)        (Frost/Rain delay 5
                                                                                              days)
Revenue                                                                     $43,574              $33,182.88
                                             Green Fees                     $27,250              $19,350.28
                                              Cart Fees                     $11,643              $11,155.96
                                              D. Range                       $1,776               $1,351.68
                                           Member Dues                       $2,870               $1037.74
                                             Gift Cards                       $0.00                   $0.00
                                                 Other                       $75.00                $287.22
                                              Marshals                           49                      31
                                           Club Rounds                        1459                     1109
                                           Comp Rounds                           43                      25
                                          Golf Employee                          33                       9
                                               Marketing                         10                      16
                                     Tournament Rounds                                                   16
1/20 other income of $272.22 is $212.22 from Interclub match and $60 for 4 handicap
   services
1/20 Tournament rounds of 16 Interclub match with Hombre
1/22 other income of $15.00 is for 1 handicap service.

    8.3    Creative Seniors
           8.3.1 The Senior Center will host the Pancake Breakfast on February 1st.
           8.3.2 Casino Trip on February 9th, the cost is $10.00 per person.
           8.3.3 The Taste of Chocolate is on February 14th.
           8.3.4 Free scrap booking class at AC Moore on the 18th from 12 noon to 1 pm.
           8.3.5 Attendance for the week of January 22, 2011 was 432.
    8.4    Heritage Park & Cultural Center
           8.4.1 Museum staff took part in the American Association of State and Local
                  History Webinar Series entitled “Roadmap or Wheel of Fortune? Which
                  Should You Stake Your Organization’s Future On?” on Thursday, January
                  27th.
           8.4.2 The Yulee Way Lazarus Room is being utilized by Friends of the Museums
                  as they prepare for the annual White Tent Fundraiser to be held on Saturday,
                  February 12th. All proceeds of this sale go directly to support the activities of
                  the museums. Several small exhibit renovations are underway at this time and
                  are expected to be completed by the time the room is available again.
           8.4.3 Museum staff worked with the base terrorism training team to assist in the
                  preparation of cultural theft and threat scenarios for military persons
                  encountering cultural materials in foreign countries.
    8.5    Library
           8.5.1 Total Programs: 3 programs, 78 in attendance
                  Carpet Surfers                01/20 42
                  Boy Scout Troop 506           01/24 12
                  Choice High School            01/25 24
           8.5.2 Boy Scout Troop 506 was here Monday afternoon to earn a Reading Badge
                  and to do research on their birthdays. Some earned badges by searching the
                  online catalog and doing other research.
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               8.5.3   The Choice High School visited the Library Monday afternoon for a tour of
                       the library. The students spent time in the reference department and viewed
                       displays as well as enjoyed the teen lounge.
               8.5.4   Library staff spoke at the monthly Gold Star Wives meeting at the Bob Hope
                       Village. Discussions included book topics and information on becoming a
                       member of the FWB Library.
               8.5.5   Library staff attended Tech Day given by Panhandle Library Access Network
                       in Niceville. Speaker David Lee King spoke on handing emerging technology
                       and usability standards for library websites.

9. Utilities
        9.1 Rainfall Totals:
               9.1.1 Weekly Rainfall: 0.25”
        9.2    Solid Waste:
               9.2.1 The Neighborhood Cleanup began on Monday, January 3, 2011. Removed 16.64
                        tons of household material during the fourth week of the Neighborhood clean-up.
        9.3    Water Operations:
               9.3.1
                                         Water Produced    14,534,000 gallons
                               Chlorine Residual Checks    92
                                   Fire Hydrants Flushed   28
                             Chlorine Cylinders Changed    8
                                   Customer Complaints     1
                                       Samples Collected   1
                               Backflow Devices Tested     16
                              Laboratory Test Completed    204
                               After Hours Service Calls   5

        9.4    Water Distribution:
               9.4.1 Repaired a broken 2” water main at the southeast corner of Eglin Parkway and Irwin
                      Avenue NE.
               9.4.2 Repaired leaks and replaced curb stops at 27 Industrial Street NW, 25 Walter Martin
                      Road NE, 12D Viking Drive NW, 104B Hollywood Boulevard SW, 10 Walter
                      Martin Road NE, 163 Eglin Parkway NE, 40 Garnett Avenue NE, 628 Lovejoy
                      Road #1G, 527 Mary Esther Cutoff NW #4.
               9.4.3 Replaced water meter registers at 158 Alder Avenue SE, and 100 Forsman Drive
                      NW.
               9.4.4 Replaced curb stops and installed new meters at 111 Opp Boulevard NE (1”), 538
                      Mooney Road, 28 Linwood Road, 647 Powell Drive, 43 Forsman Circle NW, 513
                      Mooney Road, and 38 Anastasia Drive SE.
               9.4.5 Checked for low water pressure at 180 Eglin Parkway NE (curb stop not fully
                      opened).
        9.5    Fleet Maintenance:
               9.5.1 The following vehicles/equipment are down for repairs:
                      9.5.1.1 Sewer Collection rear engine #2429 installing new tanks for control valve.
                      9.5.1.2 Stormwater dump truck #2376 installing clutch repair kit and transmission
                               shifter.
                      9.5.1.3 Fire Department pumper truck #2483 at E-1 to repair accident damage.
                      9.5.1.4 Preparing four new Police Department patrol cars for use.
                      9.5.1.5 Police Department vehicle #2406 at Emerald Coast Collision to repair
                               damage.

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9.5.1.6 Solid Waste knuckle boom truck #2533 awaiting repair of hydraulic
        cylinders.
9.5.1.7 Solid Waste side loader #2539 is awaiting repair parts for hydraulic system
        and engine stalls.




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