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					City of Lynnwood
Mid-Biennial Amendments

City-Wide Requests; Corrections & "Gotta Dos"

             Department                    Account Description                 Account Number   Expenditure    Revenue

1   Correction: Second year of additional Confinement Officers
    Police-Detention           Salaries & Benefits                                               107,000.00
    Police-Detention           Beginning Fund Balance                                                          107,000.00

    Correction: Second year of additional Confinement Officers
    This cost for the second year was inadvertently overlooked. Existing revenues for the Home
    Detention will cover these costs.


    Golf Course Management Software
    Golf Course             Computer Software                                                     18,000.00
    Golf Course             Green Fees                                                                          18,000.00

    Golf Course Management Software
    A new software package was purchased and installed to respond to operational and to meet auditor
    issues. The cost will be paid out of Golf Course revenues and the new business plan.


    Red Light Project: Kiosk at Police Department for Payments
    Police Department           Equipment                                                         14,000.00
    Police Department           Red Light Citations Revenue                                                     14,000.00

    Red Light Project: Kiosk at Police Department
    To best serve the public who wish to review the digital information concerning their red light citation,
    and later to offer an easy means of filing a police report(s), two new kiosks are being installed at the
    police station. This is being paid from the Red Light Citations program.

    Thermovision Camera for Police Department
    Criminal Justice Fund    Equipment                                                            15,500.00
    Criminal Justice Fund    ONDCP/Counterdrug Grant                                                            15,500.00

    Thermovision Camera for Police Department
    The City received a grant from the Office of National Drug Control Policy for Counterdrug Technical
    Assessment to purchase a thermovision camera. This amendment provides "transaction" authority
    to receive and spend the money. No match is required.


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to receive and spend the money. No match is required.




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Labor and Industries Assessment
General Fund-Executive    WA Labor & Industries                                             12,638.00
General Fund-Admin Svcs   WA Labor & Industries                                             14,033.07
General Fund-Comm Dev     WA Labor & Industries                                              7,885.08
General Fund-Police       WA Labor & Industries                                             49,149.76
General Fund-Fire         WA Labor & Industries                                             26,974.67
General Fund-Public Wrks  WA Labor & Industries                                              9,232.26
General Fund-Parks & Rec WA Labor & Industries                                              14,154.48
General Fund              Beginning Fund Balance                                                         134,067.32
Transportation            WA Labor & Industries                                              5,906.57
Transportation            Beginning Fund Balance                                                           5,906.57
Utility Water             WA Labor & Industries                                              6,048.36
Utility Sewer             WA Labor & Industries                                              6,048.36
Utility                   Beginning Fund Balance                                                          12,096.72
Equipment Rental          WA Labor & Industries                                              1,164.98
Equipment Rental          Beginning Fund Balance                                                           1,164.98
Golf Course Fund          WA Labor & Industries                                              3,582.60
Golf Course Fund          Beginning Fund Balance                                                           3,582.60
Central Stores            WA Labor & Industries                                                635.81
Central Stores            Beginning Fund Balance                                                             635.81
                                                                                             Subtotal    157,454.00
Labor and Industries Assessment
In May 2007, Lynnwood received an state assessment from Labor and Industries (L&I) totaling
approximately $175,000. Then, due to a "tax holiday" for employers by Governor Gregoire the
amount was reduced about $18,000 to $157,454. This assessment relates back to our "loss" history
in 2003. In 2006 Lynnwood received a substantial rebate from L&I - not a bill. This bill is not the
norm and is likely a one time event. Each department share in this expense pro-rata.

Project: Snohomish County's Healthy Communities
General Fund-Parks & Rec Contractual Services                                               10,000.00
General Fund              Beginning Fund Balance                                                          10,000.00

Project: Snohomish County's Healthy Communities
The City Council on August 13, 2007, accepted the offer of the Snohomish County Health District to
become the second "Healthy City" project. As noted in the council packet, participation in the project
incurrs various support costs for printing/copying, meeting costs, postage, etc. estimated by the
District at $10,000.
Credit Card Payment System - Annual Security Compliance Scan
General Fund-Admin. Svcs Contractual Services                                                  600.00
General Fund-Police       Contractual Services                                                 600.00
General Fund-Comm. Dev. Contractual Services                                                   600.00
General Fund-Parks & Rec Contractual Services                                                  600.00


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General Fund                     Beginning Fund Balance                                             2,400.00
Golf Course                      Contractual Services                                      600.00
Golf Course                      Beginning Fund Balance                                              600.00

Credit Card Payment System - Payment Card Industry - Security Compliance
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) credit card payment systems requires an approved vendor
perform an external scan 4 times a year as part of a security compliance process. This amount is
charged pro-rate to all departments that accept on-line payments (credit cards). This is a new
requirement, but in the future will be on-going.




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NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
Storm Water Utility     Equipment & Supplies                                            45,000.00
Storm Water Utility     Beginning Fund Balance                                                       45,000.00

NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
This cost was included in the new stormwater rates approved by the council, but needs to be
approved as a "transaction" amount to pay for storm water monitoring and improvement programs to
comply with requirements of the NPDES Phase 2 Permit issued by the State Department of Ecology.
This is a one-time project for displays, consultant assistance and pet waste stations.


NPDES Stream Maintenance - 1.0 FTE
Storm Water Utility     Salaries & Benefits                                            141,000.00
Storm Water Utility     Beginning Fund Balance                                                      141,000.00

NPDES Stream Maintenance - 1 FTE
This cost was included in the new stormwater rates approved by the council. This will hire the
necessary staff to meet the NPDES requirements under the permit to Lynnwood by the State
Department of Ecology. This person will work on education grants, handouts, and water testing.
This is an on-going program funded by on-going rate revenue.


Purchase: Detention Pond Mower
Stormwater Fund           Transfer to ER&R Internal Srvc Fund                           45,000.00
Stormwater Fund           Beginning Fund Balance                                                     45,000.00
Equipment Rental Reserve Transfer from Stormwater Fund                                  45,000.00
Equipment Rental Reserve Equipment (Mower)                                                           45,000.00

Purchase: Detention Pond Mower
This mower is needed to mow steep slopes on ponds. All mowers should be purchased through
Equipment Rental Reserves creates a fund through which department charges are made to pay for,
and setup a specific depreciation formula for this piece of equipment..

Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
Storm Water Fund        Contractual Services                                           225,000.00
Storm Water Fund        Beginning Fund Balance                                                      225,000.00

Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
The storm water CIP (Capital Improvement Plan) included the 2007 Storm Water Comprehensive
Plan. This expenditure is normally included in the fund's operating budget. The stormwater rate
increase included the update of this plan.




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Signal Maintenance Assistance
Street Fund               Signal Mainenance                                                20,000.00
Street Fund               Interlocal Receipts-MLT & Edmonds                                              20,000.00

Signal Maintenance Assistance
The City of Lynnwood has an interlocal agreement with the Cities of Mountlake Terrace and
Edmonds to provide traffic signal maintenance assistance. We need to increase the "transaction"
budget to reflect the additional supplies that are being used, and paid for by, these cities. Lynnwood
is 100% reimbursed.




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Repair/Replace: Traffic Signal Detection EQP
Street Fund                 Equipment                                                 39,000.00
Street Fund                 Puget Sound Energy Mitigation                                         39,000.00

Repair/Replacement: Traffic Signal Detection Equipment
Puget Sound Energy will be damaging or destroying several loop detectors at Lynnwood signals as
part of their installation of a new 16" gas main. PSE has agreed to pay us $39,000 which public
works will purchase video detection equipment to replace the loops that were lost.




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Housekeeping Entries

  Correction: PFD - Additional pass through money to the PFD from the County
  Tourism Fund                Contractual Services                                          994,789.00
  Tourism Fund                Snohomish County Grant                                                         994,789.00


  Correction: PFD - Additional pass through money to the PFD from the County
  During our audit we discovered that we had coded the County to PFD pass-through money
  incorrectly. Also, we budgeted only budgeted one part of the transfer. This corrects the original
  budget and passes througn the revenue currently being received from Snohomish County.



  Correction to Payroll Ordinance 2666 (Clerical Error)
  General Fund                Beginning Fund Balance                                                          36,854.00
                              Transfer to Special Revenue                                      4,877.00
                              Transfer to Enterprise Fund                                     15,919.00
                              Transfer to Internal Service Fund                               16,058.00
  Criminal Justice Fund       Sales Tax                                                        4,877.00
  Criminal Justice Fund       Transfer from General Fund                                                       4,877.00
  Utility Fund                Sales Tax                                                     120,481.00
  Utility Fund                Beginning Fund Balance                                                         120,481.00
  Golf Course Fund            Sales Tax                                                       15,919.00
  Golf Course Fund            Transfer from General Fund                                                      15,919.00
  Storm Water Utility         Sales Tax                                                       17,526.00
  Storm Water Utility         Beginning Fund Balance                                                          17,526.00
  Equipment Rental            Sales Tax                                                        5,963.00
  Equipment Rental            Transfer from General Fund                                                       5,963.00
  Central Stores              Sales Tax                                                        5,242.00
  Central Stores              Transfer from General Fund                                                       5,242.00
  Joint Shop Operations       Beginning Fund Balance                                           4,853.00
  Joint Shop Operations       Transfer from General Fund                                                       4,853.00

   Correction to Payroll Ordinance 2666
   Budget Ordinance 2666, passed February 12, 2007, corrected the payroll costs that were not in the
   original budget. These charges covered Union Contracts that were not yet settled at the time of the
   original budget. The sources of revenue for this budget amendment was sales tax. This
   amendment is a clerical correction to the original budget amendment.                                    Where does Sales Tax Go Back To????

   Originally, Sales Tax was the source of revenue for all funds. The water/sewer utility fund and         Golf Course, too??
   the storm water utility do not receive sales tax because their costs are included in their rates. The
   other funds are a transfer from the General Fund where the sales tax is recorded. This is not an        Golf Course, too??
   increase in expenditures.

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increase in expenditures.




Correction: Transfer of Tourism Manager Salary
General Fund                Beginning Fund Balance (Cash)                                     55,444.00
General Fund                Transfer from F#101 H/Motel                                                      55,444.00
Tourism Fund                Transfer to General Fund                                          55,444.00
Tourism Fund                Beginning F#101 Balance                                                          55,444.00

Correction: Transfer of Tourism Manager Salary (2006)
The 2006 transfer from the tourism fund for the salary of the tourism manager was inadvertently
missed. This transfer will reimburse the general fund for the tourism manager's salary for 2006.



Correction: EMS Property Tax Transfer
EMS Fund                  Property Tax-EMS                                                                 1,672,527.00
EMS Fund                  Transfer to General Fund                                          1,672,527.00

Correction: EMS Property Tax Transfer
The original budget included revenue in the General fund for the transfer of the additional EMS Levy
amount. The EMS Fund didn't include the "transaction" expenditure authority to transfer the money
to the General Fund.


Correction: Two Traffic Motorcycles
Equipment Rental Reserve Transfer from Program Dev.                                                          60,000.00
Equipment Rental Reserve Equipment (Motorcycles)                       5100000.12345.1234     60,000.00

Correction: Two Traffic Motorcycle Purchases
The 2007-08 Biennial Budget included 2 new traffic officers and 2 new motorcycles. The
motorcycles were to be funded through Program Development. All vehicles, including motorcycles,
are purchased through the Equipment Rental Reserve fund. The department will be charged rental
fees to cover maintenance and depreciation.


Correction: Experimental Traffic Calming Devices
Program Development        Beginning Fund Balance                                            100,000.00
Program Development        Transfer to Street Fund                                                          100,000.00

Correction: Experimental Traffic Calming Devices
During the 2007-08 budget process, the amount for traffic calming devices was entered twice in

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Correction: Experimental Traffic Calming Devices
During the 2007-08 budget process, the amount for traffic calming devices was entered twice in
error. This is a correction.


Correction: Wickers Building Renovation
Tourism Fund #101          Transfer to Park Capital F#322                               16,000.00
Tourism Fund #101          Beginning Fund Balance                                                   16,000.00

Correction: Wickers Building Renovation
The City Council approved the funding authority for the Wickers Building Renovation on September
11, 2006. This included $16,000 from Fund #101 (Hotel/Motel Tax). This transfer was not
processed in 2006 but is now needed. There was no carryover of the funds or rebudgeting of the
funds so expenditure authority is needed to transfer this money to the Park Development Fund to
complete the project.




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1 City of Lynnwood
2 Mid-Biennial Adjustment
3
4 New Requests / New Source of Revenue
5
6               Department                  Account Description          Account Number Expenditure          Revenue
7
8     Thermovision Camera for Police Department
9     Criminal Justice Fund            Equipment                                                15,500.00
10    Criminal Justice Fund            ONDCP/Counterdrug Grant                                                 15,500.00
11
12    Thermovision Camera for Police Department
13    The City has received a grant from the Office of National Drug Control Policy for Counterdrug
14    Technical Assessment to purchase a thermovision camera.
15
16
17    Labor and Industries Assessment
18    General Fund-Executive           WA Labor & Industries                                    12,638.00
19    General Fund-Admin Svcs WA Labor & Industries                                             14,033.07
20    General Fund-Comm Dev            WA Labor & Industries                                     7,885.08
21    General Fund-Police              WA Labor & Industries                                    49,149.76
22    General Fund-Fire                WA Labor & Industries                                    26,974.67
23    General Fund-Public Wrks WA Labor & Industries                                             9,232.26
24    General Fund-Parks & Rec WA Labor & Industries                                            14,154.48
25    General Fund                     Beginning Fund Balance                                                134,067.32
26    Transportation                   WA Labor & Industries                                     5,906.57
27    Transportation                   Beginning Fund Balance                                                   5,906.57
28    Utility                          WA Labor & Industries                                     6,048.36
29    Utility                          WA Labor & Industries                                     6,048.36
30    Utility                          Beginning Fund Balance                                                  12,096.72
31    Equipment Rental                 WA Labor & Industries                                     1,164.98
32    Equipment Rental                 Beginning Fund Balance                                                   1,164.98
33    Golf Course Fund                 WA Labor & Industries                                     3,582.60
34    Golf Course Fund                 Beginning Fund Balance                                                   3,582.60
35    Central Stores                   WA Labor & Industries                                       635.81
36    Central Stores                   Beginning Fund Balance                                                     635.81
37
38     Labor and Industries Assessment
39     The city received an assessment from Labor and Industries totaling $175,000. This amount was
40     not included in the budget and therefore a budget amendment is needed for the amount. The
41     actual entry in the financial system will be prorated to each department/fund with employees.
42
43
44    Payment Card Industry - Security Compliance
45    General Fund-Admin. Svcs Contractual Services                                                600.00
46    General Fund-Police              Contractual Services                                        600.00
47    General Fund-Comm. Dev. Contractual Services                                                 600.00
48    General Fund-Parks & Rec Contractual Services                                                600.00
49    General Fund                     Beginning Fund Balance                                                   2,400.00
50    Golf Course                      Contractual Services                                        600.00
51    Golf Course                      Beginning Fund Balance                                                     600.00
52
53     Payment Card Industry - Security Compliance
54     The Payment Card Industry (PCI) requires an approved vendor perform an external scan 4 times a
55     year as part of the compliance process. This amount is charged to all departments that accept on-
56     line payments (credit cards). This is a new requirement but will be on-going.
57


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59    Postage Increase
60    General Fund-Executive          Postage                                                       100.93
61    General Fund-Court              Postage                                                     7,788.31
62    General Fund-Human Res Postage                                                              1,227.34
63                                    Postage
      General Fund-Office of Neighborhoods                                                        4,827.07
64    General Fund-Econ. Dev.         Postage                                                       274.27
65    General Fund-Admin Svcs Postage                                                            10,934.41
66    General Fund-Comm Dev           Postage                                                     2,026.83
67    General Fund-Police             Postage                                                     3,972.45
68    General Fund-Fire               Postage                                                       349.41
69    General Fund-Public Wrks Postage                                                            2,835.63
70    General Fund-Parks & Rec Postage                                                           15,005.59
71    General Fund                    Beginning Fund Balance                                                      49,342.24
72    Tourism                         Postage                                                       822.80
73    Tourism                         Beginning Fund Balance                                                         822.80
74    Utility                         Postage                                                    16,904.88
75    Utility                         Beginning Fund Balance                                                      16,904.88
76    Golf Course Fund                Postage                                                        74.87
77    Golf Course Fund                Beginning Fund Balance                                                             74.87
78    Central Stores                  Postage                                                          7.68
79    Central Stores                  Beginning Fund Balance                                                              7.68
80
81     Postage Increase and Volume of Mailings
82     The original budget was under the projected costs in postage. This is because of the increase in
83     the postal rates and an increase in the volume of items being mailed from the city.
84
85
86 Housekeeping Entries
87
88    Additional pass through money to the PFD
89    Tourism Fund                    Contractual Services                                     994,789.00
90    Tourism Fund                    Snohomish County Grant                                                    994,789.00
91
92    Additional pass through money to the PFD
93    During the Audit it was discovered that we had coded the pass-through money incorrectly. Upon
94    further investigation, it was determined that we only budgeted one section of the transfer. This
95    corrects the original budget and there is revenue currently being received from Snohomish County.
96
97
98
99    Correction to Payroll Ordinance 2666 (Clerical Error)
100   General Fund                    Beginning Fund Balance                                                      36,854.00
101                                   Transfer to Special Revenue                                 4,877.00
102                                   Transfer to Enterprise Fund                                15,919.00
103                                   Transfer to Internal Service Fund                          16,058.00
104   Criminal Justice Fund           Sales Tax                                                   4,877.00
105   Criminal Justice Fund           Transfer from General Fund                                                   4,877.00
106   Utility Fund                    Sales Tax                                                120,481.00
107   Utility Fund                    Beginning Fund Balance                                                    120,481.00
108   Golf Course Fund                Sales Tax                                                  15,919.00
109   Golf Course Fund                Transfer from General Fund                                                  15,919.00
110   Storm Water Utility             Sales Tax                                                  17,526.00
111   Storm Water Utility             Beginning Fund Balance                                                      17,526.00
112   Equipment Rental                Sales Tax                                                   5,963.00
113   Equipment Rental                Transfer from General Fund                                                   5,963.00
114   Central Stores                  Sales Tax                                                   5,242.00


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115        Central Stores                   Transfer from General Fund                                                  5,242.00
116        Joint Shop Operations            Beginning Fund Balance                                   4,853.00
117        Joint Shop Operations            Transfer from General Fund                                                  4,853.00
118
119        Correction to Payroll Ordinance 2666
120        Budget Ordinance 2666, passed February 12, 2007, corrected the payroll costs that were not on
121        the original budget. These charges were because of Union Contracts that were not settled at the
122        time of the original budget. The sources of revenue for this budget amendment was sales tax.
123        This amendment is a clerical correction to the original budget amendment.
124
125        Originally Sales Tax was the source of revenue for all funds. The water/sewer utility fund and the
126        storm water utility do not receive sales tax because their costs are included in their rates. The
           other funds are a transfer from the General Fund where the sales tax is recorded. This is not an
127
           increase in expenditures.
128
129
130
131
132        Transfer of Tourism Manager Salary
133        General Fund              Beginning Fund Balance (Cash)                                  55,444.00
134        General Fund              Transfer from Special Revenue                                                     55,444.00
135        Tourism Fund              Transfer to General Fund                                       55,444.00
136        Tourism Fund              Beginning Fund Balance (Cash)                                                     55,444.00
137
138        Transfer of Tourism Manager Salary (2006)
139        The 2006 transfer from the tourism fund for the salary of the tourism manager was inadvertently
140        missed. This transfer will reimburse the general fund for the tourism manager's salary for 2006.
141
142
143
144        Correct EMS Budget Amount
145        EMS Fund                Property Tax-EMS                                                                1,672,527.00
146        EMS Fund                Transfer to General Fund                                     1,672,527.00
147
148        Correct EMS Budget Amount
149        The original budget included revenue in the General fund for the transfer of the additional EMS
150        Levy amount. The EMS Fund didn't include the expenditure authority to transfer the money to the
151        General Fund.
152
153
154        Traffic Motorcycles Correction
155        Equipment Rental Reserve Transfer from Program Dev.                                                         60,000.00
156        Equipment Rental Reserve Equipment (Motorcycles)               5100000.12345.1234        60,000.00
157
158        Traffic Motorcycle Purchase Correction
159        The 2007-08 Biennial Budget included 2 new traffic officers and 2 new motorcycles. The
160        motorcycles were to be funded through Program Development because they are on -time items. All
161        vehicles, including motorcycles should be purchased through the Equipment Rental Reserve fund
162        and the department will be charged rental fee to cover maintenance and depreciation.
163
164
165        Traffic Calming Devices
166        Program Development              Beginning Fund Balance                                100,000.00
167        Program Development              Transfer to Street Fund                                                  100,000.00
168
169        Traffic Calming Devices
170        During the 2007-08 budget process, the amount for traffic calming devices was entered twice in
171        error. This is a correction entry.


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173
174        Wickers Building Renovation
175        Tourism Fund              Transfer to Park Capital Fund                              16,000.00
176        Tourism Fund              Beginning Fund Balance                                                      16,000.00
177
178        Wickers Building Renovation
179        The City Council approved the funding authority for the Wickers Building Renovation on September
180        11, 2006. This included $16,000 from Fund 101, hotel/motel tax. This transfer was not processed
181        in 2006 but is now needed. There was no carryover of the funds or rebudgeting of the funds so
182        expenditure authority is needed to transfer this money to the Park Development Fund to complete
183        the project.
184
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  1 City of Lynnwood
  2 Mid-Biennial Amendments
  3
  4                   Department                        Account Description             Expenditure    Revenue
  5
  6 Administrative Services
  7      Increase Hours for Accounting Tech
  8      Administrative Services              Staff: P-time to F-time Salaries/Benefits   26,603.00
  9      Administrative Services                                                                       26,603.00
 10
 11      Increase Hours for Accounting Tech
 12      The payroll staff workloads have dramatically since ______ because of additional
 13      employees, unions, and new benefit packages the must be tracked. Currently the
 14      Accounts Payable has a part-time position that can be increased to help payroll part of the
 15      time and reduce the overtime charges and comp time accumulation for existing staff.
 16      This is an on-going item.
 17
 18 Buildings & Properties
 19
 20      Replacement Boilers for Library
 21      Building & Property Service          Equipment                                   36,312.71
 22      Building & Property Service          SIP Funds                                                36,312.71
 23
 24       Boilers for the Library
 25       The boilers in the Library broke and had to be replaced. This amount replaces the project
 26       portion of the department's budget exhausted by the boiler repair/replacements. This is
 27       to be funded from the SIP. This is a one-time item.
 28




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  1 City of Lynnwood
  2 Mid-Biennial Amendments
  3
  4                   Department                          Account Description            Expenditure    Revenue
  5
 29 Community Development
 30
 31      Annexation Support Efforts
 32      Community Development                  Postage and Printing                        30,000.00
 33      Community Development                  Contractual Services                       100,000.00
 34      Community Development                  One-Time Contractual Svcs                               100,000.00
 35      Community Development                  Project Based Services                                   30,000.00
 36      Program Development                    Beginning Fund Balance                                  130,000.00
 37      Program Development                    Transfer to General Fund                   130,000.00
 38
 39       Annexation Support Efforts
 40       The Council passed a resolution in April directing the staff to proceed with serious work
 41       on multiple annexations. This request would fund necessary economic feasibility
 42       studies, potential use of contract hires, overtime, and additional legal expenses
 43       ($100,000) and outreach efforts including expanded mailing of Inside Lynnwood to
 44       potential annexation areas and some community meeting expenses (30,000).
          This is a one-time and project based item.
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  1 City of Lynnwood
  2 Mid-Biennial Amendments
  3
  4                Department                               Account Description           Expenditure     Revenue
  5
 47 Fire Department
 48
 49        3 Additional Firefighters
 50        Fire Department                        3 FF Salaries/Benefits/Trng & EQP         280,626.00
 51        General Fund                           Sales Tax Revenue                                       280,626.00
 52
 53        3 Additional Firefighters
 54        It is recommended that 3 additional firefighters be added to increase each shift by 1
 55        person. This was recommended by the Fire Department Tri-Data Management Study to
 56        increase staffing ratios per shift for better coverage. This is an on-going item.
 57
 58        EMS Medical Supplies
 59        Fire Department                        EMS Supplies                                1,200.00
 60        Fire Department                        WA State Grant                                            1,200.00
 61        Medical Supplies
 62        A Washington State EMS Participation Grant will be used to buy additional medical
 63        supplies for EMS. This provides adequate "transaction" authority for the department to
 64        buy supplies with this grant. This is a one-time item.
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 66        EMS Stair Chairs for Transporting
 67        Fire Department                  Equipment                                         5,100.00
 68        Fire Department                  Firemen's Fund Grant                                            5,100.00
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 70        EMS Stair Chairs for Transporting
 71        Stair Chairs help the firefighters transport patients up or down stairs easier and with less
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 74      Grant: Paramedic Continuing Education Grant
 75      Fire Department                     Schooling                                     1,000.00
 76      Fire Department                     Medic 7 Foundation Education Grant                        1,000.00
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         Grant: Paramedic Continuing Education Grant
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         Medic 7 Foundation has awarded the City of Lynnwood a grant to be used for further
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         continuing education of Paramedics. This is a one-time item.
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 82      Bid Costs: SCBA Program
 83      Fire Department                     Equipment                                    16,764.00
 84      Fire Department                     One-Time Transfer                                        16,764.00
 85      Program Development Fund            Transfer to Fire Department                  16,764.00
 86      Program Development Fund            Beginning Fund Balance                                   16,764.00
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          When upgrading the SCBA equipment authorized in the 2007-08 budget process, a
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          different vendor was selected which resulted in safer equipment, but unanticipated costs
 90       for the quality equipment needed by our firefighters.. This is a one-time item.
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 93      EMS EZ IO Emergency Drug Injection/Access Technology
 94      Fire Department                     Equipment                                     4,851.00
 95      Fire Department                     Interlocal Revenue from City of Edmonds                   2,000.00
 96      Fire Department                     Transfer from EMS Fund #120                               2,851.00
 97      EMS Fund #101                       Beginning Fund Balance                        2,851.00
 98      EMS Fund #101                       Transfer to General Fund                                  2,851.00
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         EMS EZ IO Emergency Drug Injection/Access Technology
100      Snohomish County EMS protocols added the EZ IO emergency drug injection/access
101      technology in 2007. This equipment adds speed and significant safety to patient care.
102      This is a one-time item.
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105
106     Expanding the Wellness Committee Program
107     Human Resources                       Supplies                                        1,000.00
108     Human Resources                       Flexible Spending Acct Funds                                   1,000.00
109
110     Expanding the Wellness Committee Program
111     One of the many outcomes from Lynnwood Moving Forward was to reinstate the
112     Wellness Committee. The committee's goals are to increase wareness of healthy
113     choices, increase activity levels and encourage healthy eating among city employees.
        This will be funded from monies that are not spent at year end in the flexible spending
114
        program. This is an on-going item.
115
116
117     AFSCME Negotiations
118     Human Resources                       Contractural Services                          30,000.00
119     Human Resources                                                                                     30,000.00
120
         AFSCME Negotiations
121
         Because of the shift to traditional bargaining from IBB, this will likely cover the cost of our
122
         regular professional negotiation services. This is a project only item.
123
124     Employee Recognition Program
125     Human Resources                       Other Operating Supplies                       15,000.00
126     Human Resources                                                                                     15,000.00
127      Employee Recognition Program
128      This is an initial amount to begin a City current employee recognition program
129      This is a project only item.
130
131     Labor Relations Program Manager
132     Human Resources                       1.0 FTE Salaries and Benefits                 100,000.00
133     Human Resources                                                                                    100,000.00
134      Labor Relations Program Manager
135      This position was suggested because of the HR Audit. This person would also serve as
136      the Deputy Human Resources Director.
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140
141     Red Light Project: Increase Hours for Legal Specialist
142     Municipal Court                           Staff: P-Time to F-Time Salaries/Benefits 23,000.00
143     Municipal Court                           Red Light Revenue                                         23,000.00
144
145      Red Light Project: Increased Hours for Legal Specialist
146      This would increase the legal specialist from part-time to full-time to better serve the
147      increased workload caused by the photo red program and additions to the regular court
148      filings. This is an on-going item.
149
150     Red Light Project: Additional Court Costs
151     Municipal Court                           Contractual Services                         50,000.00
152     Municipal Court                           Red Light Citation Revenue                                50,000.00
153
154      Red Light Project: Additional Court Costs
155      The city has recently started issuing tickets for the Photo Red Program. There are costs
156      associated with this program including charges for payments; phone calls and
157      affidavit/transfer of liability. This is an estimate since there is no history to predict
158      charges. This is an on-going item.
159
160     Probation Supervisor
161     Municipal Court                           Salaries & Benefits                            6,000.00
162     Municipal Court                           Fines and Forfeits                                         6,000.00
163
         Probation Supervisor
164
         This is the costs for the council approved reclassification of the Probation Officer to
165      Probation Supervisor. This also includes retroactive pay from June 2006, plus the
166      increase in pay through the remainder of the biennium. This is an on-going item.
167
168     Computer Equipment for Court Room
169     Administrative Services-IT                Computer Related Equipment                     2,000.00
170     Administrative Services-IT                Red Light Revenue                                          2,000.00
171      Computer Equipment for Court Room
172      The photo red hearings have required the installation of a flat screen monitor in the court
173      room to show the videos and other digital information. This is a one-time item.
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176     2nd Year of Part-time Court Clerk
177     Municipal Court                        Salaries & Benefits                        20,000.00
178     Municipal Court                        Fines and Forfeits                                       20,000.00
179
180      2nd Year of Part-time Clerk
181      During the budget process only the first year of the part-time clerk was included in error.
182      This is a correcting item to add the second year. The revenue was already budgeted.
183      This is an on-going item.
184
185     Healthy Communities Program
186     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Other Operating Supplies                        10,000.00
187     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts                                                               10,000.00
188
189      Healthy Communities Program
190      The Snohomish Health District has named the City of Lynnwood as its second partner city
191      in its Healthy Communities program. The City Council accepted this award on August 13,
192      2007. This request is to initially fund the program at the level suggested by the Dirstrict.
193      This is an on-going item.
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196
197     Sign Language Interpretation
198     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Contractual Services                              4,000.00
199     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts                                                                4,000.00
200
         Sign Language Interpretation
201
         The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requires that the city provide services for deaf
202      and/or blind individuals. The city currently requires additional money for a sign language
203      interpretation service consultant. This is an on-going item.
204
205     Pool Roof Repair
206     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Contractual Services                            84,000.00
207     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Strategic Investment Plan                                     84,000.00
208      Pool Roof Repair
209      By action by the Council on August 13, 2007, the money previously approved in the
210      budget for the repair of the pool roof was "re-programmed" to fund a contract to complete
211      updates of the Community Center and Recreation Center Renovation feasibility study.
212      This item merely re-loads the funds needed to purchase and install a new roof should the
213      renovation of the recreation center not be completed.
214      This is a capital item covered under the SIP.
215
216     Senior Center Capital Improvements
217     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Construction Costs                             147,771.00
218     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Furnishings, Supplies & Equip.                  72,125.00
219     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Capital Revenue - SIP                                        147,771.00
220     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts One-Time Revenue                                              72,125.00
221      Senior Center Capital Improvements
222      Our Senior Center is expanding into two additional portions of the building to better serve
223      our seniors needs. Improvements include flooring, plumbing, electrical, kitchen
224      renovation, reception desk, computer lab, and outdoor patio. Also, reusable/removable
225      classroom tables, chairs and office furniture, and storage shelving, dance and fitness
226      mirrors and temporary storage is also required. These are one-time items.
227
228     Senior Center Staffing Improvements
229     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Two .5 FTEs - Salaries & Benefits               50,500.00
230     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Senior Ctr. Revenues - Evening                                24,060.00


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231     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Senior Ctr. Revenues - Outdoor Activities                     26,440.00
232
         Senior Center Improvements
233      To better utilize our senior center after all of these changes, there is a need to increase
234      staffing to offer longer hours during the week & weekend hours. This will also allow the
235      Senior Center to be used by other organizations for exercise and dance classes. The
236      seniors will have top priority on the use of the updated facility.
237      This is an on-going cost
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240
241     Increase in Inmate Costs
242     Police Department                     Other Operating Supplies                    27,321.00
243     Police Department                                                                               27,321.00
244      Increase in Inmate Care Costs
245      Based on the record setting jail bookings there is an increase in costs of various items
246      that are required for the care and custody of inmates.
247      This is an on-going item.
248
249     Photo Red Equipment Lease
250     Police Department                     Contractual Services                       360,000.00
251     Police Department                     Red Light Revenue                                        360,000.00
252     Photo Red Equipment Lease
253     This amount is to cover the monthly charges from American Traffic Solutions to pay for
254     the equipment lease amounts.
255     This is an on-going item.
256
257     2nd Year of Confinement Officers
258     Police Department                     Salaries & Benefits                        113,000.00
259     Police Department                     Electronic Home Detention Revenue                         82,105.00
260     Police Department                                                                               30,895.00
261
262     2nd Year of Confinement Offcers
263     During the budget process only the first year of the part-time and the full-time confinement
264     officer was included in error. This is a correcting item to add the second year.
265     This is an on-going item.
266
267
268     Red Light Project - Additional .5 FTE Traffic Officer
269     Police Department                     Staff: 1.0 FTE Salaries & Benefits          95,377.00
270     Police Department                     Red Light Revenue                                         95,377.00
271
         Red Light Project - Additional .5 FTE Traffic Officer
272      Originally a part-time .5 FTE commissioned officer was anticipated to do the review red
273      light photo and video reviews. This was to be paid out of Red Light revenue. However,
274      actual experience shows that a 1.0 FTE officer is required to do all the work required. .
         Since July 1, 2007, there have been over 6,000 incidents to be reviewed by officers.
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275      Since July 1, 2007, there have been over 6,000 incidents to be reviewed by officers.
276      This is an on-going item.
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278     Miscellaneous Police Items
279     Police Department                      Furniture & Equipment-Lockers                  3,984.00
280     Police Department                      Computer Equip-Kiosks                        14,832.00
281     Police Department                      Computer Equip-Net Motion Server               2,270.00
282     Police Department                      Computer Equip-Vehicle Radio Modem           12,218.00
283     Police Department                      Computer Equip-Secure Eye Server             12,250.00
284     Police Department                      Schooling-FBI Academy                          6,000.00
285     Police Department                      Schooling-Polygraph School                   15,000.00
286     Police Department                      Contractual Svcs-Polygraph                   20,000.00
287     Police Department                      Small Equip-Guns & Tasers                    12,000.00
288     Police Department                      Criminal Justice Tax Revenue                               98,554.00
289
290      Miscellaneous Police Items
291      Due to increase in staff, additional lockers are needed. This includes the installation of
292      the lockers.
293      Kiosks were installed in the lobby to be used to review red light citations and file police
294      reports.
295      Net Motion Software is required for the wireless data project
296      The current vehicle modems are starting to fail. This is to replenish our replacement
297      stock since they are no longer manuafactured.
298      New server was required for the video starage/retention requirements of the Secure Eye
         cameras.
299
         Two officers will be attending the FBI academy. This is required to cover the costs.
300      Our polygraph officer recently resigned and we need to send another officer through
301      training. These costs are for the schooling and the cost of having a consultant conduct
302      all of the polygraph exams until the new officer is certified.
303      Additional equipment is needed for our new officers and as spares while others are out
304      for repair and maintenance.
305      These are one-time items.
306
307
308     3 Additional Patrol Officers
309     Police Department                      Salaries and Benefits                      285,000.00
310     Police Department                      Transfer to Equipment Rental                 80,000.00
311     Police Department                      Red Light Revenue                                         365,000.00
312     Equipment Rental Reserve               Purchase of New Patrol Vehicle               80,000.00
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315      3 Additional Patrol Officers
316      It is recommended that 3 new patrol officers be added to help patrol our
317      neighborhoods. This will be approximately one additional patrol officer for each shift.
318      One new police vehicle will be funded and purchased thru the Equipment Rental
         Reserve Fund. This item will be funded by the additional revenue from the photo red
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         program. The vehicle is a one-time expense. Salaries/benefits are on-going items.
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325     204th Street LID Study
326     Public Works                           Contractual Services                       40,000.00
327     Public Works                           Interlocal-Edmonds CC                                   5,000.00
328     Public Works                           Interlocal-Edmonds School Dist.                         5,000.00
329     Public Works                                                                                  30,000.00
330      204th Street LID Study
331      Traffic operations and impacts indicate that it is appropriate to connect 204th Street SW
332      from SR-99 to 68th Ave W with new signals and/or roundabouts. This is the cost of the
333      study, if the LID moves forward, these costs will be rolled into the project.
334      This is a one-time item.
335
336
337     Part-Time Construction Tech
338     Public Works                           Salaries & Benefits                        40,000.00
339     Public Works                           Construction Revenue                                   40,000.00
340
341      Part-Time Construction Tech
342      This position would be capable of documenting and processing all required paperwork as
343      well as assisting with field inspections. This position would be funded by direct project
344      cost reimbursements.
345      This is an on-going item.
346
347
348     Traffic Signal Maintenance
349     Street Department                      Salaries - Overtime                        20,000.00
350     Street Department                      Interlocal-Mountlake Terrace                           10,000.00
351     Street Department                      Interlocal-Edmonds                                     10,000.00
352     Traffic Signal Maintenance
353     At times, the City of Lynnwood provides signal maintenance assistance to the Cities of
354     Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace. This work is usually done on an overtime basis.
355     This is an on-going item.
356
357     Video Detection Equipment
358     Street Department                      Traffic Control Supplies                   39,000.00


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359     Street Department                      Puget Sound Energy                                    39,000.00
360      Video Detection Equipment
361      Purget Sound Energy damaged or destroyed several loop detectors at Lynnwood signals
362      during the installation of their new 16" gas main. They agreed to pay us for this damage.
363      Public Works will used this money to purchase video detection equipment to replace the
364      loops lost.
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367     Amber Flashing Beacons
368     Street Department                       Traffic Control Supplies                     7,500.00
369     Street Department                       Traffic Safety Commission Grant                            7,500.00
370
        Amber Flashing Beacons
371     A grant was received by the state Traffic Safety Commission to install amber flashing
372     beacons at 188th St S.W. at 46th Ave. W. in the Lynnwood Elementary school zone.
373     This is a one-time item.
374
375     Emergency Generators
376     Street Department                       Minor Equipment                             15,000.00
377     Street Department                                                                                 15,000.00
378     Utility Department                      Minor Equipment                             10,000.00
379     Utility Department                      Charges for Services                                      10,000.00
380     Storm Water Department                  Minor Equipment                              5,000.00
381     Storm Water Department                  Charges for Services                                       5,000.00
382
383      Emergency Generators
         Public Works is recommending that 20 generators be purchased to be used during
384
         emergency power outages. These could be used for traffic signals and pumps to name a
385
         few during power outages.
386      This is a one-time item.
387
388     Capital Projects-Overlays
389     Arterial Street Fund                    Transfer to Capital Projects               300,000.00
390     Arterial Street Fund                    Puget Sound Energy                                       300,000.00
391      Capital Projects-Overlays
392      During the budget process monies were appropriated for the overlay project. Some of
393      these funds were needed to complete other capital projects. This amendment will add
394      funds to complete other capital projects and still fund the overlays at the level the Council
395      agreed to in the 2007-08 budget process.
396      This is a one-time item.
397
398     City Wide Branding
399     Program Development                     Econ. Dev.-Contractual Svcs                 75,000.00
400     Program Development                                                                               75,000.00
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403      The development of a city image and brand is considered an adjunct to that effect.
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408     Economic Development Plan
409     Program Development                Econ. Dev.-Contractual Svcs                  36,107.00
410     Program Development                Beginning Fund Balance                                   36,107.00
411
412      Economic Development Plan
413      During the 2007-08 budget process we estimated the status of the 2005-06 approved
414      economic development plan. During the final months of the year, not all of the estimated
415      appropriates were made. This correct will allow the department to complete the
416      economic development plan.
         This is a one-time item.
417
418
419     Park Shop Renovation
420     Park Acquisition & Development     Building Improvements                        30,086.00
421     Park Acquisition & Development     Transfer from SIP                                        30,086.00
422
423     Park Shop Renovation
424     This was previously approved in the budget but were required to be moved to complete
425     the Water Tower renovation at Heritage Park by City Council action on August 13, 2007.
426     This amendment will reallocate money to re-roof the Parks Maintenance Shop.
427     This is a one-time item.
428
429
430     Golf Course Management Software
431     Golf Course Fund                   Computer Equipment & Software                18,663.00
432     Golf Course Fund                   Green Fees                                               18,663.00
433
434      Golf Course Management Software
435      The 2007 audit mandated that a golf course management software be purchased and
436      installed.
437      This is a one-time item.
438
439     NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
440     Storm Water Utility Fund           Equipment & Supplies                         45,000.00
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443     NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
444     This was a decision package that wasn't approved in the 2007-08 budget. Since the State
445     Department of Ecology has issued Lynnwood its NPDES Phase 2 Permit, we are required
446     to put into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This is a one-time
447     project for displays, consultant assistance and pet waste stations.
448     This is a one-time item.
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451     NPDES Stream Maintenance-1 FTE
452     Storm Water Utility Fund             Salaries & Benefits                      102,000.00
453     Storm Water Utility Fund             Charges for Services-Stormwater                       102,000.00
454
455     NPDES Stream Maintenance - 1 FTE
456     This was a decision package that wasn't approved in the 2007-08 budget. Since the
457     State Department of Ecology has issued Lynnwood its NPDES Phase 2 Permit, we are
458     required to put into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This
459     person will work on education grants, handouts, and water testing. This is an on-going
460     program.
461     This is an on-going item.
462
463     Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
464     Storm Water Utility Fund             Contractual Services                     225,000.00
465     Storm Water Utility Fund             Charges for Services-Stormwater                       225,000.00
466
467      Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
468      The storm water CIP (Capital Improvement Plan) included the 2007 Storm Water
469      Comprehensive Plan. A plan is not a capital purchase, so it must be included in the
470      operating budget. The increase in rates included this plan.
471      This is a one-time item.
472
473     Sampling and Testing Stormwater
474     Storm Water Utility Fund             Contractual Services                      39,000.00
475     Storm Water Utility Fund             Charges for Services-Stormwater                        39,000.00
476
477      Sampling and Testing of Stormwater
478      With the issuance of the NPDES Phase 2 Permit, the City of Lynnwood is requied to put
479      into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This is for the cost of
480      sampling and testing of water quality in Lynnwoods streams and lakes.
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483     Change Out Employee (Mechanic)
484     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Small Equipment                                60,000.00
485     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Salaries & Wages                              110,000.00
486     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Operating Supplies & Training                   5,000.00
487     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Increase in Rental Rates                                 175,000.00
488
489      Change Out Employee (Mechanic)
490      Currently, the City of Lynnwood sends all of our work to a contractor to have them change
491      out all of the additional equipment, including radios, light bars, sirens, computers, etc.
492      Upon further investigation, it was determined that we could hire a person to perform this
493      work and not send it out to a vendor. In addition, if time allows this person could also
494      perform this change out work for other cities in an interlocal agreement.
495      The original cost to set this employee up would include, tools, testing equipment and
496      supplies totally $60.000.
497      This is a one-time item.
         After the initial investment, the remaining costs are for salaries, benefits, training, and
498
         miscellaneous supplies.
499      This is an on-going item.
500
501
502
503     Increase in Postage Budget
504     Central Stores Fund                    Postage                                        36,227.00
505     Central Stores Fund                    Charges to Other Departments                              36,227.00
506
507      Increase in Postage Budget
508      Due to the increase in postage rates and the increased volume of mail, we are projected
509      to be over budget by $36,227. Postage is charged back to the departments that produce
510      the cost.
511      This is an on-going item.
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6 General Fund (Fund #011)
7 Administrative Services
 8           Increase Hours for Accounting Tech
 9           Administrative Services          Staff: P-time to F-time Salaries/Benefits            26,603.00
10           Administrative Services          Sales Tax & LID                                                      26,603.00
11
12           Increase Hours for Accounting Tech
13           The payroll staff workloads have dramatically increased in the past 6 years because of additional
14           employees, unions, and new benefit packages the must be tracked. Staff was last added in
15           payroll in 1995. Currently the Accounts Payable has a part-time position that can be increased to
16           help payroll part of the time and reduce the overtime charges and comp time accumulation
17           for existing staff. This is an on-going item.
18
19           Payment Card Industry - Security Compliance
20           General Fund-Admin. Svcs          Contractual Services                                   600.00
21           General Fund-Police               Contractual Services                                   600.00
22           General Fund-Comm. Dev.           Contractual Services                                   600.00
23           General Fund-Parks & Rec          Contractual Services                                   600.00
24           General Fund                      Sales Tax & LID                                                       2,400.00
25           Golf Course                       Contractual Services                                   600.00
26           Golf Course                       Transfer from General Fund                                              600.00
27
28           Payment Card Industry - Security Compliance
29           The Payment Card Industry (PCI) requires an approved vendor perform an external scan 4 times
30           a year as part of the compliance process. This amount is charged to all departments that accept
31           on-line payments (credit cards).
32           This is an on-going item.
33
34           Postage Increase
35           General Fund-Executive             Postage                                               101.00
36           General Fund-Court                 Postage                                             7,790.00
37           General Fund-Human Res             Postage                                             1,228.00
38                                              P
             General Fund-Office of Neighborhoods ostage                                            4,827.00
39           General Fund-Econ. Dev.            Postage                                               275.00
40           General Fund-Admin Svcs            Postage                                            10,935.00
41           General Fund-Comm Dev              Postage                                             2,028.00
42           General Fund-Police                Postage                                             3,974.00
43           General Fund-Fire                  Postage                                               350.00
44           General Fund-Public Wrks           Postage                                             2,836.00
45           General Fund-Parks & Rec           Postage                                            15,006.00
46           General Fund                       Sales Tax & LID                                                    49,350.00
47
48           Postage Increase and Volume of Mailings
49           The original budget was under the projected costs in postage. This is because of the increase in
50           the postal rates and an increase in the volume of items being mailed from the city.
             This is an on-going item.
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 54       Desktop Computer - Community Affairs
 55       General Fund-Comm. Affairs            Computer Equipment                               1,400.00
 56       General Fund-Comm. Affairs            Transfer from Program Development                                 1,400.00
 57       Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                         1,400.00
 58       Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                            1,400.00
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          Desktop Computer for Community Affairs Director Emily Yim
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          This is a new position and needs computer equipment that was not included in the 2007-2008
 61       budget.
 62       This is a one-time item.
 63
 64
 65       Application Extender Licenses
 66       General Fund - Admin Svcs             Computer Maintenance                             1,000.00
 67       General Fund - Admin Svcs             Transfer from Program Development                                 1,000.00
 68       Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                         1,000.00
 69       Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                            1,000.00
 70
 71       Application Extender Licenses
 72       Additional scanners for our document scanning operations required two additional licenses.
 73       This is a one-time item.
 74
 75       Current Phone System Voice Mail Devices
 76       General Fund-Admin Svcs               Computer Maintenance                             3,000.00
 77       General Fund-Admin Svcs               Transfer from Program Development                                 3,000.00
 78       Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                         3,000.00
 79       Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                            3,000.00
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 81      Current Phone System Voice Mail Devices
 82      Our current voice mail system controllers were being dropped from maintenance. In order to
 83      maintain them for the balance of the year and until the new phone system was approved and
 84      installed we were required to purchase the licenses outright for 500 ea. There were 6 units.
         This is a one-time item.
 85
 86
 87       Payment Manager System
 88       General Fund - Police                 Computer Equipment                               1,300.00
 89       General Fund - Admin Svcs             Computer Maintenance                             7,500.00
 90       General Fund - Admin Svcs             Computer Equipment                               6,000.00
 91       General Fund                          Sales Tax & LID                                                   7,500.00
 92       General Fund                          Transfer from Program Development                                 7,300.00
 93       Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                         7,300.00
 94       Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                            7,300.00
 95
 96       Payment Manager System
 97       Install the Payment Manager system in the Police Department ($1,300). Maintenance of the
 98       Payment Manager software for 2008. This covers June 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008
 99       ($7,500). Payment manager application required a dedicated server for installation. The original
          budget was for software and installation only ($6,000).
100
          The computer and server are one-time items, the maintenance is an on-going item.
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103      Panic Button Management
104      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Contractual Services                                 900.00
105      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Sales Tax & LID                                                     900.00
106
107      Panic Button Management
108      The management of the panic button system was moved to Admin. Svcs. This amount if for
109      auditing the system, replacing batteries, and training from the venor for staff.
110      This is an on-going item.
111
112      Police: MDC Additional Costs
113      General Fund - Police                  Internet Equipment                                 5,760.00
114      General Fund - Police                  Transfer from Program Development                                 5,760.00
115      Program Development                    Transfer to General Fund                           5,760.00
116      Program Development                    Beginning Fund Balance                                            5,760.00
117
118      MDC Additional Costs
119      The replacement of the Mobile Data Computers (MDC) along with the solution for the technical
120      problems required changing the wireless cards from Verizon. The new software NetMotion (no
         cost, funded by a grant) solves the connection problem but required the new wireless cards in
121
         order to work. This is 36 cards at $160/card.
122      This is a one-time item.
123
124
125      Secure Eye Server Upgrade Software
126      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Computer Software                                  3,500.00
127      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Transfer from Program Development                                 3,500.00
128      Program Development                    Transfer to General Fund                           3,500.00
129      Program Development                    Beginning Fund Balance                                            3,500.00
130
131     Secure Eye Server Upgrade Software
132     This system requires expansion this year. The expansion was paid by the Police department and
133     the operating system was paid for by Information Services.
        This is a one-time item.
134
135
136      On-Line Enrollment Software
137      General Fund - Human Resources         Computer Software                                12,000.00
138      General Fund - Human Resources         Transfer from Program Development                               12,000.00
139      Program Development                    Transfer to General Fund                         12,000.00
140      Program Development                    Beginning Fund Balance                                          12,000.00
141
142     On-Line Enrollment Software
143     This software will facilitate employees being able to enroll in and manage their benefits from the
        internet. This continues the automation process for Human Resources.
144
        This is a one-time item.
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147      Application Tracking Software
148      General Fund - Human Resources        Computer Software                                  15,000.00
149      General Fund - Human Resources        Transfer from Program Development                                15,000.00
150      Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                           15,000.00
151      Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                           15,000.00
152
153     Application Tracking Software
154     This software will allow potential employees to apply for jobs on-line. This will provide a
        centralized on-line management system to track applications, jobs, facilitate metric tracking and
155
        will integrate into the HR managment system.
156
        This is a one-time item.
157
158
159      Barracuda System E-Mail Spam Upgrade
160      General Fund - Admin Svcs             Computer Software                                   5,000.00
161      General Fund - Admin Svcs             Transfer from Program Development                                  5,000.00
162      Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                            5,000.00
163      Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                             5,000.00
164
165     Barracuda System E-Mail Spam Upgrade
166     With the increase in e-mail usage, the spam has increased. Our current spam filter needs to be
167     upgraded to handle the increase in traffic and to provide us with more management options for e-
        mail problems.
168
        This is a one-time item.
169
170
171      Internet Circuit Expansion
172      General Fund - Admin Svcs             Computer Hardware                                   5,000.00
173      General Fund - Admin Svcs             Transfer from Program Development                                  5,000.00
174      Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                            5,000.00
175      Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                             5,000.00
176
177     Internet Circuit Expansion
178     In conjunction with the increase in e-mail usage, the Internet access circuit must be updated.
179     We currently have 768K of available bandwidth for outgoing e-mail and wilwill increase this to
        3M to handle the increased traffic.
180
        This is a one-time item.
181
182
183      Golf Course Management Software Maintenance
184      General Fund - Admin Svcs             Computer Maintenance                                1,600.00
185      General Fund - Admin Svcs             Transfer from Golf Course                                          1,600.00
186      Golf Course Fund                      Computer Equipment & Software                       1,600.00
187      Golf Course Fund                      Green Fees                                                         1,600.00
188
189      Golf Course Management Software
190      This is the Maintenance for the Golf Course management software for the last 4 months in 2008.
191      The original maintenance is included in the purchase of the software.
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194      Computer Monitor/Red Light Review
195      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Computer Hardware                                 2,000.00
196      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Photo Red Revenue                                                 2,000.00
197
198     Computer Monitor/Red Light Review
199     A flat screen monitor was installed in the Courtroom for Red Light Ticket reviews.
200     This is a one-time item.
201
202      Fire MDC Re-design and Upgrades
203      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Computer Hardware                               60,000.00
204      General Fund - Admin Svcs              Transfer from EMS Fund #120                                     60,000.00
205      EMS Fund                               Transfer to General Fund                        60,000.00
206      EMS Fund                               Interest Expense                                                60,000.00
207
208      Fire MDC Re-design and Upgrades
209      This will place Mobile computing resources in the Fire vehicles to bring them up to the same
210      standard as Police. There are other MDC's that have been installed in hazardous positions and
211      must be re-designed for safety.
         This is a one-time item.
212
213
214      Streamline Sales Tax Mitigation Issues
215      General Fund                           Transfer from Program Development                              500,000.00
216      General Fund                           Sales Tax Revenue                              500,000.00
217      Program Development Fund               Beginning Fund Balance                                         500,000.00
218      Program Development Fund               Transfer to General Fund                       500,000.00
219
220      Streamline Sales Tax Mitigation Issues
221      The streamline sales tax will go into effect on July 1, 2008. The mitigation payments will be
222      calculated and paid by December for July though October. The remainder of the mitigation for
223      2008 will be paid in 2009. This entry is to use program development money to cover the 'late'
         payment of sales tax.
224
         This is a one-time item.
225
226 Community Affairs
227        Community Affairs Administrative Assistant
228        General Fund-Community Affairs    Salaries & Benefits                                85,000.00
229        General Fund                      Sales Tax & LID                                                    85,000.00
230
231       Community Affairs Adminstrative Assistant
232       The Community Affairs department is new to the city this year. At the time of the budget it was
233       not known the needs of this department with regard to support staff. It has been determined that
234       the Community Affairs Director needs an Administrative Assistant.
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237 Community Development
238      Annexation Support Efforts
239      Community Development                 Postage and Printing                               30,000.00
240      Community Development                 Contractual Services                              100,000.00
241      Community Development                 One-Time Contractual Svcs                                            100,000.00
242      Community Development                 Project Based Services                                                30,000.00
243      Program Development                   Beginning Fund Balance                                               130,000.00
244      Program Development                   Transfer to General Fund                          130,000.00
245
246      Annexation Support Efforts
247      The Council passed a resolution in April directing the staff to proceed with serious work on
248      multiple annexations. This request would fund necessary economic feasibility studies, potential
249      use of contract hires, overtime, and additional legal expenses ($100,000) and outreach efforts
250      including expanded mailing of Inside Lynnwood to potential annexation areas and some
251      community meeting expenses (30,000).
         This is a one-time and project based item.
252
253
254 Executive Department
255        Family Leave Issues
256        General Fund-Executive               Salaries & Benefits                              18,060.00
257        General Fund                         Sales Tax & LID                                                      18,060.00
258
259       Family Leave Issues
260       The Executive Assistant to the Mayor was out on Family Leave. During this period, a temporary
261       employee was hired to perform the duties of the Executive Assistant. Since the permanent
262       Executive Assistant was being paid with vacation and sick leave and the temporary employee
263       was also being paid, the salary and benefit budget will be over spent by the end of the biennium.
          This amount will fix this issue.
264
          This is a one-time item.
265
266
267   Fire Department
268        3 Additional Firefighters
269        Fire Department                      3 FF Salaries/Benefits/Trng & EQP               280,626.00
270        General Fund                         Photo Red Revenue                                                   280,626.00
271
272        3 Additional Firefighters
273        It is recommended that 3 additional firefighters be added to increase each shift by 1 person.
274        This was recommended by the Fire Department Tri-Data Management Study to increase staffing
275        ratios per shift for better coverage. This is an on-going item.
276
277        EMS Medical Supplies
278        Fire Department                      EMS Supplies                                       1,200.00
279        Fire Department                      WA State Grant                                                         1,200.00
280
281        Medical Supplies
282        A Washington State EMS Participation Grant will be used to buy additional medical supplies for
283        EMS. This provides adequate "transaction" authority for the department to buy supplies with this
284        grant. This is a one-time item.
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286      EMS Stair Chairs for Transporting
287      Fire Department                         Equipment                                           5,100.00
288      Fire Department                         Firemen's Fund Grant                                                5,100.00
289
290      EMS Stair Chairs for Transporting
291      Stair Chairs help the firefighters transport patients up or down stairs easier and with less injuries
292      to the firefighters. This is a one-time item.
293
294      Grant: Paramedic Continuing Education Grant
295      Fire Department                         Schooling                                           1,000.00
296      Fire Department                         Medic 7 Foundation Education Grant                                  1,000.00
297
        Grant: Paramedic Continuing Education Grant
298
        Medic 7 Foundation has awarded the City of Lynnwood a grant to be used for further continuing
299
        education of Paramedics. This is a one-time item.
300
301
302      Bid Costs: SCBA Program
303      Fire Department                         Equipment                                          16,764.00
304      Fire Department                         One-Time Transfer                                                 16,764.00
305      Program Development Fund                Transfer to Fire Department                        16,764.00
306      Program Development Fund                Beginning Fund Balance                                            16,764.00
307
          Bid Costs: SCBA Program
308
          When upgrading the SCBA equipment authorized in the 2007-08 budget process, a different
309
          vendor was selected which resulted in safer equipment, but unanticipated costs for the quality
310       equipment needed by our firefighters.. This is a one-time item.
311
312
313      EMS EZ IO Emergency Drug Injection/Access Technology
314      Fire Department                         Equipment                                           4,851.00
315      Fire Department                         Interlocal Revenue from City of Edmonds                             2,000.00
316      Fire Department                         Transfer from EMS Fund #120                                         2,851.00
317      EMS Fund #120                           Beginning Fund Balance                              2,851.00
318      EMS Fund #120                           Transfer to General Fund                                            2,851.00
319
        EMS EZ IO Emergency Drug Injection/Access Technology
320     Snohomish County EMS protocols added the EZ IO emergency drug injection/access technology
321     in 2007. This equipment adds speed and significant safety to patient care.
322     This is a one-time item.
323
324      3 Additional Firefighters - September 2008
325      Fire Department                         3 FF Salaries/Benefits                             94,000.00
326      Fire Department                         Equipment for 3 new Firefighters                   10,000.00
327      General Fund                            Photo Red Revenue                                                104,000.00
328
329      3 Additional Firefighters and Equipment - September 2008
330      It is recommended that 3 additional firefighters be added in September 2008. The administration
331      believes an incremental, measured, and "phased-in" approach to increased staffing is a much
332      more sensible and manageable approach.
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335      3 Promotions to Lieutenants
336      Fire Department                          Salaries/Benefits                                    48,500.00
337      General Fund                             Photo Red Revenue                                                   48,500.00
338
339      3 Promotions to Lieutenants
340      It is recommended that 3 firefighters be promoted to lieutenant because of the addition of the
341      new firefighters.
342       This is an on-going item.
343
344      EMS Allocation Corrections
345      Fire Department                          EMS Training                                         15,350.00
346      Fire Department                          Medical Supplies                                      4,300.00
347      Fire Department                          Transfer from EMS Fund - Interest                                   19,650.00
348      EMS Fund                                 Transfer to General Fund                             19,650.00
349      EMS Fund                                 Interest                                                            19,650.00
350
351      EMS Allocation Corrections
352      The fire department has designated 2008 expenditures which are one-time EMS items. These
353      items include schooling for Paramedics, ALS medications, Airway Management Tools Upgrade;
354      and Aid Car Trauma Supplies. These one-time items should be funded with interest from the
355      EMS Fund.
         This is a one-time item.
356
357
358 Human Resources
359      Expanding the Wellness Committee Program
360      Human Resources                          Supplies                                              1,000.00
361      Human Resources                          Flexible Spending Acct Funds                                          1,000.00
362
363     Expanding the Wellness Committee Program
364     One of the many outcomes from Lynnwood Moving Forward was to reinstate the Wellness
365     Committee. The committee's goals are to increase wareness of healthy choices, increase
        activity levels and encourage healthy eating among city employees. This will be funded from
366
        monies that are not spent at year end in the flexible spending program. This is an on-going
367
        item.
368
369
370      AFSCME Negotiations
371      Human Resources                          Contractural Services                                30,000.00
372      Human Resources                          Sales Tax & LID                                                     30,000.00
373
          AFSCME Negotiations
374
          Because of the shift to traditional bargaining from IBB, this will likely cover the cost of our regular
375
          professional negotiation services. This is a project only item.
376
377
378      Employee Recognition Program
379      Human Resources                          Other Operating Supplies                             15,000.00
380      Human Resources                          Sales Tax & LID                                                     15,000.00
381
382       Employee Recognition Program
383       This is an initial amount to begin a City current employee recognition program
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386      Labor Relations Program Manager
387      Human Resources                          1.0 FTE Salaries and Benefits                    100,000.00
388      Human Resources                          Sales Tax & LID                                                  100,000.00
389
390      Labor Relations Program Manager
         This position was suggested because of the HR Audit. This person would also serve as the
391
         Deputy Human Resources Director.
392
         This is an on-going item.
393
394
395 Municipal Court
396      Red Light Project: Increase Hours for Legal Specialist
397      Municipal Court                          Staff: P-Time to F-Time Salaries/Benefits         23,000.00
398      Municipal Court                           Photo Red Revenue                                                23,000.00
399
400      Red Light Project: Increased Hours for Legal Specialist
401      This would increase the legal specialist from part-time to full-time to better serve the increased
402      workload caused by the photo red program and additions to the regular court filings. This is an
403      on-going item.
404
405      Red Light Project: Additional Court Costs
406      Municipal Court                          Contractual Services                              50,000.00
407      Municipal Court                          Photo Red Revenue                                                 50,000.00
408
409      Red Light Project: Additional Court Costs
410      The city has recently started issuing tickets for the Photo Red Program. There are costs
411      associated with this program including charges for payments; phone calls and affidavit/transfer
412      of liability. This is an estimate since there is no history to predict charges. This is an on-going
413      item.
414
415      Probation Supervisor
416      Municipal Court                          Salaries & Benefits                                 6,000.00
417      Municipal Court                          Fines and Forfeits                                                  6,000.00
418
         Probation Supervisor
419
         This is the costs for the council approved reclassification of the Probation Officer to Probation
420      Supervisor. This also includes retroactive pay from June 2006, plus the increase in pay through
421      the remainder of the biennium.
422      This is an on-going item.
423
424
425      2nd Year of Part-time Court Clerk
426      Municipal Court                          Salaries & Benefits                               20,000.00
427      Municipal Court                          Fines and Forfeits                                                20,000.00
428
429      2nd Year of Part-time Clerk
430      During the budget process only the first year of the part-time clerk was included in error. This is
431      a correcting item to add the second year. The revenue was already budgeted.
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434      Additional Court Personnel for Red Light Project
435      Municipal Court                         Salaries & Benefits                                 50,000.00
436      Municipal Court                         Photo Red Revenue                                                 50,000.00
437
438      Additional Court Personnel for Red Light Project
439      The city has recently started issuing tickets for the Photo Red Program. The city will be adding 5
         additional intersections to the red light project. This will cover the additional employee for these
440
         intersections.
441
         This is an on-going item.
442
443
444      Additional Hours for Pro Tem Judge
445      Municipal Court                         Contractual Services                                12,000.00
446      Municipal Court                         Photo Red Revenue                                                 12,000.00
447
448      Additional Hours for Pro Tem Judge
449      The city will be adding 5 additional intersections to the red light project. This will cover the
450      additional hours for a Pro Tem Judge to help with the additional volume of cases caused by the
451      additional intersections.
452      This is an on-going item.
453
454      Rent for New Municipal Court Facility
455      Municipal Court                         Rent                                                55,000.00
456      Municipal Court                         Photo Red Revenue                                                 55,000.00
457
458      Rent for New Municipal Court Facility
459      The city will be moving the Muncipal Court to a new facility. The above charge includes common
460      area rent for 10 months at $2,500/mo and rent for the last 4 months of 2008 for $7,500 per
461      month. The agreement includes 6 months free rent which would include March through August.
462      The common area is not included in the 6 month free rent.
463      This is an on-going item.
464
465 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts
466      Healthy Communities Program
467      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts       Other Operating Supplies                            10,000.00
468      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts       Transfer from Program Development                                 10,000.00
469      Program Development                     Transfer to General Fund                            10,000.00
470      Program Development                     Beginning Fund Balance                                            10,000.00
471
472      Healthy Communities Program
473      The Snohomish Health District has named the City of Lynnwood as its second partner city in its
474      Healthy Communities program. The City Council accepted this award on August 13, 2007. This
475      request is to initially fund the program at the level suggested by the Health District.
476      This is an on-going item.
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478      Sign Language Interpretation
479      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts       Contractual Services                                2,000.00
480      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts       Sales Tax & LID                                                     2,000.00
481
482     Sign Language Interpretation
483     The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requires that the city provide services for deaf and/or
484     blind individuals. The city currently requires additional money for a sign language interpretation
        service consultant. The Parks & Rec department determined that there is a current employee
485
        that is certified to provide sign lanuage interpretation. This reduces the original request by
486
        $2,000 from $4,000.
487     This is an on-going item.
488
489
490      Senior Center Staffing Improvements
491      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts       Two .5 FTEs - Salaries & Benefits                  24,060.00
492      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts       Senior Ctr. Revenues - Evening                                    24,060.00
493
494      Senior Center Improvements
495      To better utilize our senior center after all of these changes, there is a need to increase staffing
496      to offer longer hours during the week & weekend hours. This will also allow the Senior Center to
497      be used by other organizations for exercise and dance classes. The seniors will have top
498      priority on the use of the updated facility.
         This is an on-going cost
499
500
501 Police Department
502      Increase in Inmate Costs
503      Police Department                       Other Operating Supplies                           27,321.00
504      Police Department                       Sales Tax & LID                                                   27,321.00
505
506      Increase in Inmate Care Costs
507      Based on the record setting jail bookings there is an increase in costs of various items that are
508      required for the care and custody of inmates.
509      This is an on-going item.
510
511      2nd Year of Confinement Officers
512      Police Department                       Salaries & Benefits                               113,000.00
513      Police Department                       Electronic Home Detention Revenue                                 82,105.00
514      Police Department                       Sales Tax & LID                                                   30,895.00
515
516     2nd Year of Confinement Offcers
517     During the budget process only the first year of the part -time and the full-time confinement officer
518     was included in error. This is a correcting item to add the second year.
519     This is an on-going item.
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521      Lockers and Installation
522      Police Department                       Furniture & Equipment-Lockers                       3,984.00
523      Police Department                       Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                                 3,984.00
524      Criminal Justice Fund                   Transfer to General Fund                            3,984.00
525      Criminal Justice Fund                   Beginning Fund Balance                                              3,984.00
526
527      Locker & Installation
528      Due to increase in staff, additional lockers are needed. This includes the installation of the
529      lockers.
530      This is one-time item.
531
532      Computer Equipment for Net Motion Server
533      Police Department                       Computer Equip-Net Motion Server                    2,270.00
534      Police Department                       Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                                 2,270.00
535      Criminal Justice Fund                   Transfer to General Fund                            2,270.00
536      Criminal Justice Fund                   Beginning Fund Balance                                              2,270.00
537
538      Computer Equipment for Net Motion Server
539      Net Motion Software is required for the wireless data project
540      This is one-time item.
541
542
543      Computer Equipment for VRM's
544      Police Department                       Computer Equip-Vehicle Radio Modem                12,218.00
545      Police Department                       Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                               12,218.00
546      Criminal Justice Fund                   Transfer to General Fund                          12,218.00
547      Criminal Justice Fund                   Beginning Fund Balance                                            12,218.00
548
549      Computer Equipment for VRM's
550      The current vehicle modems are starting to fail. This is to replenish our replacement stock since
551      they are no longer manuafactured.
552      This is one-time item.
553
554      Secure Eye Server
555      Police Department                       Computer Equip-Secure Eye Server                  12,250.00
556      Police Department                       Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                               12,250.00
557      Criminal Justice Fund                   Transfer to General Fund                          12,250.00
558      Criminal Justice Fund                   Beginning Fund Balance                                            12,250.00
559
560      Secure Eye Server
561      New server was required for the video starage/retention requirements of the Secure Eye
562      cameras.
563      This is one-time item.
564
565      Schooling - 2 Attending FBI Academy
566      Police Department                       Schooling-FBI Academy                               6,000.00
567      Police Department                       Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                                 6,000.00
568      Criminal Justice Fund                   Transfer to General Fund                            6,000.00
569      Criminal Justice Fund                   Beginning Fund Balance                                              6,000.00
570
571     Schooling - 2 Attending FBI Academy
572     Two officers will be attending the FBI academy. This is required to cover the costs.
573     This is one-time item.

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574
575      Schooling - Polygraph School
576      Police Department                     Schooling-Polygraph School                           15,000.00
577      Police Department                     Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                                 15,000.00
578      Criminal Justice Fund                 Transfer to General Fund                             15,000.00
579      Criminal Justice Fund                 Beginning Fund Balance                                              15,000.00
580
581     Schooling - Polygraph School
582     Our polygraph officer recently resigned and we need to send another officer through training.
583     These costs are for the schooling to train the new officer.
584     This is one-time item.
585
586      Additional Polygraph Costs prior to Certification
587      Police Department                     Contractual Svcs-Polygraph                           20,000.00
588      Police Department                     Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                                 20,000.00
589      Criminal Justice Fund                 Transfer to General Fund                             20,000.00
590      Criminal Justice Fund                 Beginning Fund Balance                                              20,000.00
591
592      Additional Polygraph Costs prior to Certification
593      Our polygraph officer recently resigned and we need to send another officer through training.
594      These costs are for the cost of having a consultant conduct all of the polygraph exams until the
595      new officer is certified.
596      This is one-time item.
597
598      Guns and Tasers for new Hires
599      Police Department                     Small Equip-Guns & Tasers                            12,000.00
600      Police Department                     Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                                 12,000.00
601      Criminal Justice Fund                 Transfer to General Fund                             12,000.00
602      Criminal Justice Fund                 Beginning Fund Balance                                              12,000.00
603
604      Guns and Tasers for new Hires
605      Additional equipment is needed for our new officers and as spares while others are out for repair
606      and maintenance.
607      These are one-time items.
608
609      Photo Red Equipment Lease
610      Police Department                     Contractual Services                                360,000.00
611      Police Department                     Photo Red Revenue                                                  360,000.00
612
613     Photo Red Equipment Lease
614     This amount is to cover the monthly charges from American Traffic Solutions to pay for the
615     equipment lease amounts.
        This is an on-going item.
616
617
618      Computer Equipment for Kiosks
619      Police Department                     Computer Equipment                                   14,832.00
620      Police Department                     Photo Red Revenue                                                   14,832.00
621
622     Computer Equipment for Kiosks
623     Kiosks were installed in the lobby to be used to review red light citations and file police reports.
624     These are one-time items.
625
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627      Red Light Project - Additional FTE Traffic Officer
628      Police Department                      Staff: 1.0 FTE Salaries & Benefits                  95,377.00
629      Police Department                      Red Light Revenue                                                 95,377.00
630
631      Red Light Project - Additional FTE Traffic Officer
632      Originally a part-time .5 FTE commissioned officer was anticipated to do the review red light
633      photo and video reviews. This was to be paid out of Red Light revenue. However, actual
         experience shows that a 1.0 FTE officer is required to do all the work required. . Since July 1,
634
         2007, there have been over 6,000 incidents to be reviewed by officers.
635
         This is an on-going item.
636
637
638      3 Additional Patrol Officers
639      Police Department                      Salaries and Benefits                              285,000.00
640      Police Department                      Transfer to Equipment Rental                        80,000.00
641      Police Department                      Red Light Revenue                                                365,000.00
642      Equipment Rental Reserve               Purchase of New Patrol Vehicle                      80,000.00
643      Equipment Rental Reserve               Transfer from Police Department                                   80,000.00
644
645      3 Additional Patrol Officers
646      It is recommended that 3 new patrol officers be added to help patrol our neighborhoods. This
647      will be approximately one additional patrol officer for each shift. One new police vehicle will be
648      funded and purchased thru the Equipment Rental Reserve Fund. This item will be funded by the
         additional revenue from the photo red program. The vehicle is a one-time expense.
649
         Salaries/benefits are on-going items.
650
651
652      Red Light Project - Additional FTE Traffic Officer
653      Police Department                      Staff: 1.0 FTE Salaries & Benefits                  95,377.00
654      Police Department                      Red Light Revenue                                                 95,377.00
655
656     Red Light Project - Additional FTE Traffic Officer
657     With the addition of 5 new intersections, there will be a need for one additional officer to review
        the red light photo and video.
658
        This is an on-going item.
659
660
661      3 Additional Patrol Officers - September 2008
662      Police Department                      Salaries and Benefits                               95,000.00
663      Police Department                      Red Light Revenue                                                 95,000.00
664
665      3 Additional Patrol Officers
666      It is recommended that 3 new patrol officers be added to help patrol our neighborhoods be
667      added in Septmeber 2008. The administration believes an incremental, measured, and
668      "phased-in" approach to increased staffing is a much more sensible and manageable approach.
         This item will be funded by the additional revenue from the photo red program.
669
         Salaries/benefits are on-going items.
670
671
672      Photo Red Equipment Lease
673      Police Department                      Contractual Services                               225,000.00
674      Police Department                      Photo Red Revenue                                                225,000.00
675
676     Photo Red Equipment Lease
677     This amount is to cover the monthly charges from American Traffic Solutions to pay for the
678     additional 5 intersections to be added to the system.
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680
681      Additional Overtime Hours for Transporting Prisoners
682      Police Department                       Salaries and Benefits                               60,000.00
683      Police Department                       Red Light Revenue                                                 60,000.00
684
685      Additional Overtime Hours for Transporting Prisoners
686      The location of the new muncipal court will require prisoners to be transported from the detention
687      center to the court. This will require additional overtime hours for correction officers to transport
688      prisoners. This amount is based on 20 hrs/week overtime for transporting for court remands and
         480 hours for a 2 month period until the upgrades to the Justice Center are complete.
689
         This is on-going items.
690
691
692
693      Van to Transport Prisoners
694      Police Department                       Transfer to Equipment Rental                        60,000.00
695      Police Department                       Red Light Revenue                                                 60,000.00
696      Equipment Rental Reserve                Purchase of New Patrol Vehicle                      60,000.00
697      Equipment Rental Reserve                Transfer from Police Department                                   60,000.00
698
699      Van to Transport Prisoners
700      With the new location of the Municipal Court, there is a need to have the ability to transport
701      prisoners to the court. This van will be needed to transport these prisoners.
702      This is a one-time expense.
703
704      Ammunition for Police Officers
705      Police Department                       Other Operating Supplies - Patrol                   25,000.00
706      Police Department                       Other Operating Supplies - SWAT                     25,000.00
707      Police Department                       Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                               33,334.00
708      Police Department                       Interlocal - City of Edmonds                                       8,333.00
709      Police Department                       Interlocal - City of Mountlake Terrace                             8,333.00
710      Criminal Justice Reserve Fund           Transfer to General Fund                            33,334.00
711      Criminal Justice Reserve Fund           Beginning Fund Balance                                            33,334.00
712
713     Ammunition for Police Officers
714     The police department has depleted their inventory of ammunition and need to replenish this
715     inventory. One half of this purchase is for SWAT which is divided between Lynnwood, Edmonds,
716     and Mountlake Terrace. The city will be reimbursed for these costs from City of Edmonds and
717     the City of Mountlake Terrace.
718     This is a one-time item.
719
720      Convert Old Court Space for Police Use
721      Police Department                       Building Improvements                             750,000.00
722      Police Department                       Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                              750,000.00
723      Criminal Justice Reserve Fund           Transfer to General Fund                          750,000.00
724      Criminal Justice Reserve Fund           Beginning Fund Balance                                           750,000.00
725
726      Convert Old Court Space for Police Use
727      The Municipal Court will be moving to new facilities. After this move, the space that was
728      previously occupied by the court will be converted to be usable to the Police Department.
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731      Additional Security for the New Court
732      Police Department                       Salaries and Overtime                           125,000.00
733      Police Department                       Red Light Revenue (2)                                         125,000.00
734
735      Additional Security for the New Court
         The new Court will require a security position for the Pro Tem courtroom which will be staffed on
736
         an overtime basis. In addition, a new position will be required for entry screening.
737
         This is an on-going expense.
738
739
740 Public Works
741      204th Street LID Study
742      Public Works                            Contractual Services                             40,000.00
743      Public Works                            Interlocal-Edmonds CC                                           5,000.00
744      Public Works                            Interlocal-Edmonds School Dist.                                 5,000.00
745      Public Works                            Transfer from Program Development                              30,000.00
746      Program Development Fund                Transfer to General Fund                         30,000.00
747      Program Development Fund                Beginning Fund Balance                                         30,000.00
748
749      204th Street LID Study
750      Traffic operations and impacts indicate that it is appropriate to connect 204th Street SW from
751      SR-99 to 68th Ave W with new signals and/or roundabouts. This is the cost of the study, if the
752      LID moves forward, these costs will be rolled into the project.
         This is a one-time item.
753
754
755      Part-Time Construction Tech
756      Public Works                            Salaries & Benefits                              40,000.00
757      Public Works                            Construction Project Revenue                                   40,000.00
758
759      Part-Time Construction Tech
760      This position would be capable of documenting and processing all required paperwork as well as
761      assisting with field inspections. This position would be funded by direct project cost
762      reimbursements.
763      This is an on-going item.
764
765 Hotel / Motel Fund (Fund #101)
766      Postage Increase
767      Hotel/Motel Tax Fund                    Postage                                             823.00
768      Hotel/Motel Tax Fund                    Beginning Fund Balance                                             823.00
769
770      Postage Increase and Volume of Mailings
771      The original budget was under the projected costs in postage. This is because of the increase in
772      the postal rates and an increase in the volume of items being mailed from the city.
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776 Street Fund (Fund #111)
777      Traffic Signal Maintenance
778      Street Department                      Salaries - Overtime                             20,000.00
779      Street Department                      Interlocal-Mountlake Terrace                                   10,000.00
780      Street Department                      Interlocal-Edmonds                                             10,000.00
781
782      Traffic Signal Maintenance
783      At times, the City of Lynnwood provides signal maintenance assistance to the Cities of Edmonds
784      and Mountlake Terrace. This work is usually done on an overtime basis.
         This is an on-going item.
785
786
787      Video Detection Equipment
788      Street Department                      Traffic Control Supplies                        39,000.00
789      Street Department                      Puget Sound Energy                                             39,000.00
790
791      Video Detection Equipment
792      Purget Sound Energy damaged or destroyed several loop detectors at Lynnwood signals during
793      the installation of their new 16" gas main. They agreed to pay us for this damage. Public Works
         will used this money to purchase video detection equipment to replace the loops lost.
794
         This is a one-time item.
795
796
797
798      Amber Flashing Beacons
799      Street Department                      Traffic Control Supplies                         7,500.00
800      Street Department                      Traffic Safety Commission Grant                                  7,500.00
801
802     Amber Flashing Beacons
803     A grant was received by the state Traffic Safety Commission to install amber flashing beacons at
804     188th St S.W. at 46th Ave. W. in the Lynnwood Elementary school zone.
        This is a one-time item.
805
806
807      Emergency Generators
808      Street Department                      Minor Equipment                                 15,000.00
809      Street Department                                                                                     15,000.00
810      Utility Department                     Minor Equipment                                 10,000.00
811      Utility Department                     Charges for Services                                           10,000.00
812      Storm Water Department                 Minor Equipment                                  5,000.00
813      Storm Water Department                 Charges for Services                                             5,000.00
814
815      Emergency Generators
816      Public Works is recommending that 20 generators be purchased to be used during emergency
817      power outages. These could be used for traffic signals and pumps to name a few during power
818      outages.
         This is a one-time item.
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821 Arterial Street Fund (Fund # 112)
822      Capital Projects-Overlays
823      Arterial Street Fund                      Transfer to Capital Projects                   300,000.00
824      Arterial Street Fund                      Puget Sound Energy                                             300,000.00
825
826      Capital Projects-Overlays
827      During the budget process monies were appropriated for the overlay project. Some of these
828      funds were needed to complete other capital projects. This amendment will add funds to
829      complete other capital projects and still fund the overlays at the level the Council agreed to in the
         2007-08 budget process.
830
         This is a one-time item.
831
832
833 Program Development Fund (Fund # 199)
834 Economic Development
835      City Wide Branding
836      Program Development                       Econ. Dev.-Contractual Svcs                     75,000.00
837      Program Development                                                                                       75,000.00
838
839       City Wide Branding
840       There is a citywide effort to identify community vision, mission and goals for Lynnwood. The
841       development of a city image and brand is considered an adjunct to that effect.
842       This is a one-time item.
843
844      Economic Development Plan
845      Program Development                       Econ. Dev.-Contractual Svcs                     36,107.00
846      Program Development                       Beginning Fund Balance                                          36,107.00
847
848      Economic Development Plan
849      During the 2007-08 budget process we estimated the status of the 2005-06 approved economic
850      development plan. During the final months of the year, not all of the estimated appropriates
851      were made. This correct will allow the department to complete the economic development plan.
852      This is a one-time item.
853
854
855      Colors Training Program
856      Program Development                       Training - City-wide                            50,000.00
857      Program Development                       Beginning Fund Balance                                          50,000.00
858
859      Colors Training
860      The facilitators for the Lynnwood Moving Forward II were trained with the Colors Program. It is
861      felt that this was worthwhile training and the whole city would benefit from the same training. This
862      amendment will allow for a training to train all city employees.
863      This is a one-time item.
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865 Water/Sewer Utility Fund (Fund #411)
866      Postage Increase
867      Utility                               Postage                                           16,905.00
868      Utility                               Beginning Fund Balance                                          16,905.00
869
870     Postage Increase and Volume of Mailings
871     The original budget was under the projected costs in postage. This is because of the increase in
872     the postal rates and an increase in the volume of items being mailed from the city.
873     This is an on-going item.
874
875
876 Golf Course Fund (Fund # 460)
877      Golf Course Management Software
878      Golf Course Fund                      Computer Equipment & Software                     18,663.00
879      Golf Course Fund                      Green Fees                                                      18,663.00
880
881      Golf Course Management Software
882      The 2007 audit mandated that a golf course management software be purchased and installed.
883      This is a one-time item.
884
885
886      Postage Increase
887      Golf Course Fund                      Postage                                               75.00
888      Golf Course Fund                      Beginning Fund Balance                                                 75.00
889
890     Postage Increase and Volume of Mailings
891     The original budget was under the projected costs in postage. This is because of the increase in
892     the postal rates and an increase in the volume of items being mailed from the city.
893     This is an on-going item.
894
895 Storm Water Utility Fund (Fund #461)
896      NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
897      Storm Water Utility Fund              Equipment & Supplies                              45,000.00
898      Storm Water Utility Fund              Charges for Services-Stormwater                                 45,000.00
899
900     NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
901     This was a decision package that wasn't approved in the 2007-08 budget. Since the State
902     Department of Ecology has issued Lynnwood its NPDES Phase 2 Permit, we are required to put
903     into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This is a one-time project for
        displays, consultant assistance and pet waste stations.
904
        This is a one-time item.
905
906
907      Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
908      Storm Water Utility Fund              Contractual Services                             225,000.00
909      Storm Water Utility Fund              Charges for Services-Stormwater                                150,000.00
910      Storm Water Utility Fund              WA Dept of Ecology Grant                                        75,000.00
911
912      Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
913      The storm water CIP (Capital Improvement Plan) included the 2007 Storm Water Comprehensive
914      Plan. A plan is not a capital purchase, so it must be included in the operating budget. The
         increase in rates included this plan.
915
         This is a one-time item.
916
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918      NPDES Stream Maintenance-1 FTE
919      Storm Water Utility Fund                 Salaries & Benefits                               102,000.00
920      Storm Water Utility Fund                 Charges for Services-Stormwater                                 102,000.00
921
922     NPDES Stream Maintenance - 1 FTE
923     This was a decision package that wasn't approved in the 2007-08 budget. Since the State
924     Department of Ecology has issued Lynnwood its NPDES Phase 2 Permit, we are required to put
925     into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This person will work on
926     education grants, handouts, and water testing. This is an on-going program.
927     This is an on-going item.
928
929      Sampling and Testing Stormwater
930      Storm Water Utility Fund                 Contractual Services                               39,000.00
931      Storm Water Utility Fund                 Charges for Services-Stormwater                                  39,000.00
932
933      Sampling and Testing of Stormwater
934      With the issuance of the NPDES Phase 2 Permit, the City of Lynnwood is requied to put into
935      effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This is for the cost of sampling and
936      testing of water quality in Lynnwoods streams and lakes.
937      This is an on-going item.
938
939 Equipment Rental Maintenance Fund (Fund # 511)
940      Change Out Employee (Mechanic)
941      Equipment Rental Maintenance             Small Equipment                                    60,000.00
942      Equipment Rental Maintenance             Salaries & Wages                                  110,000.00
943      Equipment Rental Maintenance             Operating Supplies & Training                       5,000.00
944      Equipment Rental Maintenance             Reduction in Contractual Services                               115,000.00
945      Equipment Rental Maintenance             Transfer from Program Development                                60,000.00
946      Program Development Fund                 Transfer to Equipment Rental Maint. Fund           60,000.00
947      Program Development Fund                 Beginning Fund Balance                                           60,000.00
948
949      Change Out Employee (Mechanic)
950      Currently, the City of Lynnwood sends all of our work to a contractor to have them change out all
951      of the additional equipment, including radios, light bars, sirens, computers, etc. Upon further
         investigation, it was determined that we could hire a person to perform this work and not send it
952
         out to a vendor. In addition, if time allows this person could also perform this change out work for
953
         other cities in an interlocal agreement. The original cost to set this employee up would include,
954      tools, testing equipment and supplies totally $60.000.
955      This is a one-time item.
956      After the initial investment, the remaining costs are for salaries, benefits, training, and
957      miscellaneous supplies. At this time, we are spending funds from contractual services for these
958      services. The amount budgeted for contractual services will be reduced since these services will
959      not need to be sent outside.
960      This is an on-going item.
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963 Central Stores Fund (Fund #512)
964      Postage Increase
965      Central Stores                        Postage                                              8.00
966      Central Stores                        Beginning Fund Balance                                                    8.00
967
968     Postage Increase and Volume of Mailings
969     The original budget was under the projected costs in postage. This is because of the increase in
970     the postal rates and an increase in the volume of items being mailed from the city.
971     This is an on-going item.
972
973   Corrections with No Dollar Impact
974
975        Thermovision Camera for Police Department
976        Criminal Justice Fund            Equipment                                            15,500.00
977        Criminal Justice Fund            ONDCP/Counterdrug Grant                                               15,500.00
978
979        Thermovision Camera for Police Department
980        The City has received a grant from the Office of National Drug Control Policy for Counterdrug
981
982
983        Additional pass through money to the PFD
984        Hotel/Motel Tax Fund              Contractual Services                               994,789.00
985        Hotel/Motel Tax Fund              Snohomish County Grant                                              994,789.00
986
987        Additional pass through money to the PFD
988        During the Audit it was discovered that we had coded the pass-through money incorrectly. Upon
989        further investigation, it was determined that we only budgeted one section of the transfer. This
990        corrects the original budget and there is revenue currently being received from Snohomish
991        County.
992




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  2 Mid-Biennial Amendments
  3
  4                    Department                           Account Description                 Expenditure     Revenue
  5
 993      Correction to Payroll Ordinance 2666 (Clerical Error)
 994      General Fund                           Beginning Fund Balance                                          36,854.00
 995                                             Transfer to Special Revenue                        4,877.00
 996                                             Transfer to Enterprise Fund                       15,919.00
 997                                             Transfer to Internal Service Fund                 16,058.00
 998      Criminal Justice Fund                  Sales Tax                                          4,877.00
 999      Criminal Justice Fund                  Transfer from General Fund                                        4,877.00
1000      Utility Fund                           Sales Tax                                        120,481.00
1001      Utility Fund                           Beginning Fund Balance                                         120,481.00
1002      Golf Course Fund                       Sales Tax                                         15,919.00
1003      Golf Course Fund                       Transfer from General Fund                                      15,919.00
1004      Storm Water Utility                    Sales Tax                                         17,526.00
1005      Storm Water Utility                    Beginning Fund Balance                                          17,526.00
1006      Equipment Rental                       Sales Tax                                          5,963.00
1007      Equipment Rental                       Transfer from General Fund                                        5,963.00
1008      Central Stores                         Sales Tax                                          5,242.00
1009      Central Stores                         Transfer from General Fund                                        5,242.00
1010      Joint Shop Operations                  Beginning Fund Balance                             4,853.00
1011      Joint Shop Operations                  Transfer from General Fund                                        4,853.00
1012
1013      Correction to Payroll Ordinance 2666
1014      Budget Ordinance 2666, passed February 12, 2007, corrected the payroll costs that were not on
1015      the original budget. These charges were because of Union Contracts that were not settled at the
          time of the original budget. The sources of revenue for this budget amendment was sales tax.
1016
          This amendment is a clerical correction to the original budget amendment.
1017
1018      Originally Sales Tax was the source of revenue for all funds. The water/sewer utility fund, golf
1019      course, and the storm water utility do not receive sales tax because their costs are included in
1020      their rates. The other funds are a transfer from the General Fund where the sales tax is
1021      recorded. This is not an increase in expenditures.
1022
1023
1024      Transfer of Tourism Manager Salary
1025      General Fund                           Beginning Fund Balance (Cash)                     55,444.00
1026      General Fund                           Transfer from Special Revenue                                   55,444.00
1027      Hotel/Motel Tax Fund                   Transfer to General Fund                          55,444.00
1028      Hotel/Motel Tax Fund                   Beginning Fund Balance (Cash)                                   55,444.00
1029
1030     Transfer of Tourism Manager Salary (2006)
         The 2006 transfer from the tourism fund for the salary of the tourism manager was inadvertently
1031
         missed. This transfer will reimburse the general fund for the tourism manager's salary for 2006.
1032
1033
1034
1035      Correct EMS Budget Amount
1036      EMS Fund                               Property Tax-EMS                                              1,672,527.00
1037      EMS Fund                               Transfer to General Fund                       1,672,527.00
1038
1039      Correct EMS Budget Amount
1040      The original budget included revenue in the General fund for the transfer of the additional EMS
1041      Levy amount. The EMS Fund didn't include the expenditure authority to transfer the money to
1042      the General Fund.
1043
1044


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  2 Mid-Biennial Amendments
  3
  4                     Department                           Account Description                 Expenditure     Revenue
  5
1045      Traffic Motorcycles Correction
1046      Equipment Rental Reserve                Transfer from Program Dev.                                      60,000.00
1047      Equipment Rental Reserve                Equipment (Motorcycles)                           60,000.00
1048
1049      Traffic Motorcycle Purchase Correction
          The 2007-08 Biennial Budget included 2 new traffic officers and 2 new motorcycles. The
1050
          motorcycles were to be funded through Program Development because they are on-time items.
1051
          All vehicles, including motorcycles should be purchased through the Equipment Rental Reserve
1052      fund and the department will be charged rental fee to cover maintenance and depreciation.
1053
1054
1055
1056      Traffic Calming Devices
1057      Program Development                     Beginning Fund Balance                           100,000.00
1058      Program Development                     Transfer to Street Fund                                        100,000.00
1059
1060      Traffic Calming Devices
1061      During the 2007-08 budget process, the amount for traffic calming devices was entered twice in
1062      error. This is a correction entry.
1063
1064
1065      Wickers Building Renovation
1066      Tourism Fund                            Transfer to Park Capital Fund                     16,000.00
1067      Tourism Fund                            Beginning Fund Balance                                          16,000.00
1068
         Wickers Building Renovation
1069
         The City Council approved the funding authority for the Wickers Building Renovation on
1070
         September 11, 2006. This included $16,000 from Fund 101, hotel/motel tax. This transfer was
1071     not processed in 2006 but is now needed. There was no carryover of the funds or rebudgeting of
1072     the funds so expenditure authority is needed to transfer this money to the Park Development
1073     Fund to complete the project.
1074
1075
1076      Additional Postage Costs
1077      Central Stores                          Postage Meter Charges                             36,227.00
1078      Central Stores                          Charges to Other Departments                                    36,227.00
1079
1080      Additional Postage Costs
1081      Due to the changes in the postage rates and the increase in volume of mail being sent from the
1082      City, there is a need for additional postage. This is the actual cost of recharging the postage
1083      meter.
1084      This is an on-going item paid by charge backs to the departments.
1085
1086
1087




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  2 Mid-Biennial Amendments
  3
  4                     Department                           Account Description              Expenditure       Revenue
  5
1088 Capital Facilities Plan / Strategic Investment Plan
1089      Funding of Strategic Investment Plan
1090      REET 2 Fund                             Beginning Fund Balance                                      2,422,235.00
1091      REET 2 Fund                             Transfer to Capital Projects                 2,422,235.00
1092      REET 1 Fund                             Beginning Fund Balance                                      1,866,684.00
1093      REET 1 Fund                             Transfer to Capital Projects                 1,866,684.00
1094      Capital Development Fund                Beginning Fund Balance                                      3,776,074.00
1095      Capital Development Fund                Transfer to Capital Projects                 3,776,074.00
1096
1097     Funding for Strategic Investment Plan
1098     All of the revenue projected in the 2008 Strategic Investment Plan (SIP) will be transferred from
1099     the REET 1; REET 2; and Capital Development Funds to the specific funds for specific projects.
1100     The unspecified money will be transferred to the SIP/CFP Project Fund (339) for undesignated
1101     projects.
1102
1103
1104      Enterprise Capital Projects for 2008
1105      W/S Utility Fund                        Beginning Fund Balance                                      2,441,000.00
1106      W/S Utility Fund                        Transfer to Water Projects Capital             300,000.00
1107      W/S Utility Fund                        Transfer to Sewer Projects Capital           2,141,000.00
1108      Water Construction Fund                 Transfer from W/S Utility Fund                                300,000.00
1109      Water Construction Fund                 Water Main Replacement                         300,000.00
1110      Sewer Construction Fund                 Transfer from W/S Utility Fund                              2,141,000.00
1111      Sewer Construction Fund                 Sewer Projects - Capital                     2,141,000.00
1112      Storm Drain Utility                     Beginning Fund Balance                                        850,000.00
1113      Storm Drain Utility                     Transfer to Storm Water Construction           850,000.00
1114      Storm Drain Construction                Transfer from Storm Water Construction                        850,000.00
1115      Storm Drain Construction                Storm Water Projects - Capital                 850,000.00
1116
1117     Enterprise Capital Projects for 2008
1118     The following capital projects are included in the CFP with funding required in 2008.
1119
1120     Water Main Replacement                            300,000 Water Total 300,000
1121     Sewer Line Replacement                          1,409,000
1122     Preheat System Replacement                        416,000
1123     Infiltration/Inflow Analysis/Corrections            162,000
1124     Treatment Facilitiy Equipment Replacement           154,000 Sewer Total 2,141,000
1125     Lund's Gulch Pipe Repair                          385,000
         Utilities and Rdwy Reconst-212th SW & 63 W 100,000
1126
         Storm Realignment-212th St SW & 68th Ave W 50,000
1127
         Catch Basin Repair Program                          50,000
1128     Drainage Imprvmts-Maple Rd at Ash Way                20,000
1129     Stormwater Comprehensive Plan                       225,000
1130     Developer Participation - Stormwater                 20,000 Storm Water Total 850,000
1131
1132
1133
1134




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City of Lynnwood
Mid-Biennial Amendments

                  Department                                 Account Description          Expenditure        Revenue

    EMS Allocation Corrections
    Fire Department                             EMS Training                                  15,350.00
    Fire Department                             Medical Supplies                               4,300.00
    Fire Department                             Transfer from EMS Fund - Interest                             19,650.00
    EMS Fund                                    Transfer to General Fund                      19,650.00
    EMS Fund                                    Interest                                                      19,650.00

    EMS Allocation Corrections
    The fire department has designated 2008 expenditures which are one-time EMS items. These
    items include schooling for Paramedics, ALS medications, Airway Management Tools Upgrade;
    and Aid Car Trauma Supplies. These one-time items should be funded with interest from the EMS
    Fund.
    This is a one-time item.



    Ammunition for Police Officers
    Police Department                           Other Operating Supplies - Patrol             25,000.00
    Police Department                           Other Operating Supplies - SWAT               25,000.00
    Police Department                           Transfer from Criminal Justice Fund                           33,334.00
    Police Department                           Interlocal - City of Edmonds                                   8,333.00
    Police Department                           Interlocal - City of Mountlake Terrace                         8,333.00
    Criminal Justice Reserve Fund               Transfer to General Fund                      33,334.00
    Criminal Justice Reserve Fund               Beginning Fund Balance                                        33,334.00

    Ammunition for Police Officers
    The police department has depleted their inventory of ammunition and need to replenish this
    inventory. One half of this purchase is for SWAT which is divided between Lynnwood, Edmonds,
    and Mountlake Terrace. The city will be reimbursed for these costs from City of Edmonds and the
    City of Mountlake Terrace.
    This is a one-time item.

    Colors Training Program
    Program Development                         Training - City-wide                          50,000.00
    Program Development                         Beginning Fund Balance                                        50,000.00

    Colors Training
    The facilitators for the Lynnwood Moving Forward II were trained with the Colors Program. It is felt
    that this was worthwhile training and the whole city would benefit from the same training. This
    amendment will allow for a training to train all city employees.
    This is a one-time item.

    Sign Language Interpretation
    Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts           Contractual Services                          (2,000.00)
    Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts           Sales Tax & LID                                                (2,000.00)
    Sign Language Interpretation
    The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requires that the city provide services for deaf and/or blind
    individuals. The city currently requires additional money for a sign language interpretation service
    consultant. This is an on-going item.

    Parks and Recreation staff has determined that a current employee is certified as a sign language
    interpreter. They feel that with this employee the total cost will be reduced by $2,000. The
    additional costs will be for compensation for this certification.



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Mid-Biennial Amendments

                  Department                                 Account Description   Expenditure      Revenue


Capital Facilities Plan / Strategic Investment Plan

    Funding of Strategic Investment Plan
    REET 2 Fund                        Beginning Fund Balance                                     2,287,500.00
    REET 2 Fund                        Transfer to Capital Projects                2,287,500.00
    REET 1 Fund                        Beginning Fund Balance                                     1,847,000.00
    REET 1 Fund                        Transfer to Capital Projects                1,847,000.00
    Capital Development Fund           Beginning Fund Balance                                     3,776,074.00
    Capital Development Fund           Transfer to Capital Projects                3,776,074.00
    General Fund                       Transfer from REET 1                                         672,000.00
    General Fund                       Transfer from Capital Development Fund                       174,969.00
    General Fund                       Capital Projects                             846,969.00
    Program Development                Transfer from Capital Development Fund                       200,000.00
    Program Development                Phase II of City Center Project              200,000.00
    Olympic View Dr Fund (307)         Transfer from REET 2                                          65,000.00
    Olympic View Dr Fund (307)         Road Work                                      65,000.00
    Traffic Signal Fund (309)          Transfer From REET 2                                         100,000.00
    Traffic Signal Fund (309)          Signals                                      100,000.00
    Roadway Resurfacing (311)          Transfer from REET 2                                         200,000.00
    Roadway Resurfacing (311)          Road Work                                    200,000.00
    Sidewalks/Pedestrian Improve (312) Transfer from REET 2                                         100,000.00
    Sidewalks/Pedestrian Improve (312) Sidewalks                                    100,000.00
    Interurban Overpass/44th (319)     Transfer from REET 2                                         375,000.00
    Interurban Overpass/44th (319)     Bridges                                      375,000.00
    Park Acquisition & Develop (322)   Transfer from REET 2                                       1,647,500.00
    Park Acquisition & Develop (322)   Transfer from REET 1                                         109,000.00
    Park Acquisition & Develop (322)   Transfer from Capital Development Fund                        55,086.00
    Park Acquisition & Develop (322)   Park Development                            1,811,586.00
    Community Center (323)             Transfer from REET 1                                          25,000.00
    Community Center (323)             Design Phase I & II                            25,000.00
    ITS Program (326)                  Transfer from REET 1                                         166,000.00
    ITS Program (326)                  Traffic Mgmt Center                          166,000.00
    IT Upgrades (332)                  Transfer from Capital Development Fund                       700,000.00
    IT Upgrades (332)                  Telephone System                             600,000.00
    IT Upgrades (332)                  Computer Hardware/Software                   100,000.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from REET 1                                         125,000.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from Capital Development Fund                       200,000.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         County-Wide SERS Public Safety Wireless      200,000.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Fire/Police Trng Facility Partnership        125,000.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from REET 1                                         153,684.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from REET 2                                             735.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from Capital Development Fund                     2,446,019.00
    SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Undesignated Capital Projects               2,600,438.00
    Justice Center Improvements (342) Transfer from REET 1                                          100,000.00
    Justice Center Improvements (342) Building Improvements                         100,000.00
    Civic Center Improvements (344)    Transfer from REET 1                                         450,000.00
    Civic Center Improvements (344)    Building Improvements                        450,000.00




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Mid-Biennial Amendments

                  Department                                 Account Description         Expenditure           Revenue


    Funding for Strategic Investment Plan
    All of the revenue projected in the 2008 Strategic Investment Plan (SIP) will be transferred from
    the REET 1; REET 2; and Capital Development Funds to the specific funds for specific projects.
    The unspecified money will be transferred to the SIP/CFP Project Fund (339) for undesignated
    projects. Below are the projects that were specified and the funds that they are associated with.

    Fund Project 2008                                                Costs
    11 Library Boiler Repair/Replacement                                36,313
    11 Court Move & Tenant Improvements                                525,000
    11 Senior Center Building Improvements                             147,000
    11 Senior Center Replacement of Equipment                            72,896
    11 Senior Centr Phone/Telecom Replacement/Improvements                 10,000
    11 Replace Computer Room HVAC                                      15,000
    11 MDC "wireless" project                                          5,760
    11 Emergency Generator: Design/System Adjustment                     35,000
    11 Total General Fund                                           846,969
    199 City Ctr: See Money #2 - Funds the Last of Initial Studies 200,000
    199 Total                                                      200,000
    307 Olympic View Drive -- 76th Ave W. to 169th St                    65,000
    309 Intersection Control -- Alderwood Mall Blvd & 40th Ave. W. 100,000
    311 Widen Road: 36th Ave W.: Maple Rd to 164th St. SW              200,000
    312 C-Wide Sidewalk/Walkwy -- Build, ADA ramps & Maint             100,000
    319 Interurban Trail: Pedestrian Bridget - 44th Ave                375,000
    322 Tutmark Hill Park Dev.: Master Plan; Phase I, Phase II          600,000
    322 Stadler Ridge Park Development                                280,000
    322 Meadowdale Softball Flds - Safety Upgrades - Backstp           112,500
    322 Lynndale Park Amphitheater (1968) Expan. Phase V               100,000
    322 Rowe Park Development - New Phase I + II                       450,000
    322 Recreation Center Renovation - Phase I - III                     25,000
    322 Scriber Lake Park Renovation 0 Phases I - V                     30,000
    322 Meadowdale Pk Dev. Phase II - Parking Exp. & Constr.              75,000
    322 Lund's Gulch Trail Development                                 25,000
    322 Community Center & Recreation Center Updates                     84,000
    322 Bid Award Overage: Water Tower Renovation                         30,086
    322 Total                                                    1,811,586
    323 Community Center Development - Phase I & Phase II                 25,000
    326 Intelligent Transportation Sys. -- Traffic Mgmt Ctr. (TMC)       166,000
    332 City Hall + City-Wide Telephone System Replacement             600,000
    332 GIS/Permits System Replacement Hardware & Software                50,000
    332 E-Mail Storage Increase - State Records Compliance                50,000
    332 Total                                                      700,000
    339 County-Wide SERS Public Safety Wireless Project                200,000
    339 Fire-Police Trng. Facility Partnership -- Study / Design        125,000
    339 Total                                                      325,000
    342 New and Expanded Justice Facility                             100,000
    344 City Hall: Design/Encl. East Attrium - Mtg. Area + Constr. 100,000
    344 City Hall: Design/Encl. "Breezeway,"- Constr. & TMC Match 350,000
    344 Total                                                       450,000




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City of Lynnwood
Mid-Biennial Amendments

                  Department                                 Account Description            Expenditure      Revenue

    Streamline Sales Tax Mitigation Issues
    General Fund                       Transfer from Program Development                                     500,000.00
    General Fund                       Sales Tax Revenue                                     500,000.00
    Program Development Fund           Beginning Fund Balance                                                500,000.00
    Program Development Fund           Transfer to General Fund                              500,000.00

    Streamline Sales Tax Mitigation Issues
    The streamline sales tax will go into effect on July 1, 2008. The mitigation payments will be
    calculated and paid by December for July though October. The remainder of the mitigation for
    2008 will be paid in 2009. This entry is to use program development money to cover the 'late'
    payment of sales tax.
    This is a one-time item.



    Enterprise Capital Projects for 2008
    W/S Utility Fund                    Beginning Fund Balance                                             2,441,000.00
    W/S Utility Fund                    Transfer to Water Projects Capital                    300,000.00
    W/S Utility Fund                    Transfer to Sewer Projects Capital                  2,141,000.00
    Water Construction Fund             Transfer from W/S Utility Fund                                       300,000.00
    Water Construction Fund             Water Main Replacement                               300,000.00
    Sewer Construction Fund             Transfer from W/S Utility Fund                                     2,141,000.00
    Sewer Construction Fund             Sewer Projects - Capital                            2,141,000.00
    Storm Drain Utility                 Beginning Fund Balance                                               850,000.00
    Storm Drain Utility                 Transfer to Storm Water Construction                 850,000.00
    Storm Drain Construction            Transfer from Storm Water Construction                               850,000.00
    Storm Drain Construction            Storm Water Projects - Capital                       850,000.00

    Enterprise Capital Projects for 2008
    The following capital projects are included in the CFP with funding required in 2008.

    Water Main Replacement                     300,000 Water Total 300,000
    Sewer Line Replacement                    1,409,000
    Preheat System Replacement                  416,000
    Infiltration/Inflow Analysis/Corrections     162,000
    Treatment Facilitiy Equipment Replacement    154,000 Sewer Total 2,141,000
    Lund's Gulch Pipe Repair                    385,000
    Utilities and Rdwy Reconst-212th SW & 63 W 100,000
    Storm Realignment-212th St SW & 68th Ave W 50,000
    Catch Basin Repair Program                   50,000
    Drainage Imprvmts-Maple Rd at Ash Way         20,000
    Stormwater Comprehensive Plan                225,000
    Developer Participation - Stormwater          20,000 Storm Water Total 850,000




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  2 Mid-Biennial Adjustment w/o Capital Projects
  3
  4                  Department                       Account Description             Expenditure Revenue
  5
  6      Increase Hours for Accounting Tech
  7      Administrative Services              Salaries and Benefits                     26,603.00
  8      Administrative Services                                                                    26,603.00
  9
 10      Increase Hours for Accounting Tech
 11      The payroll area workload has increased because of additional employees, unions, and
 12      new benefit packages the must be tracked. Currently the Accounts Payable has a part-
 13      time position that can be increased to help payroll part of the time. This position will
 14      reduce the overtime charges and comp time accumulation.
 15      This is an on-going item.
 16
 17
 18      Annexation Support Efforts
 19      Community Development                Postage and Printing                      30,000.00
 20      Community Development                Contractual Services                     100,000.00
 21      Community Development                One-Time Contractual Svcs                            100,000.00
 22      Community Development                Project Based Services                                30,000.00
 23      Program Development                  Beginning Fund Balance                               130,000.00
 24      Program Development                  Transfer to General Fund                 130,000.00
 25
 26       Annexation Support Efforts
 27       The Council passed a resolution in support of proceeding with multiple annexations.
 28       This request would fund economic feasibility studies, potential use of contract hires,
 29       overtime and additional legal expenses ($100,000) and outreach efforts including
 30       expanded mailing of Inside Lynnwood and meetings (30,000).
 31       This is a one-time and project based item.
 32
 33
 34
 35      3 Additional Firefighters
 36      Fire Department                                                               280,626.00
                                              Salaries; Benefits; Training and Equipment
 37      General Fund                         Sales Tax Revenue                                    280,626.00
 38
 39       3 Additional Firefighters
 40       The Department is requesting 3 additional firefighters to increase each shift by 1
 41       person. This was recommended by the Fire Department Management Study to
 42       increase the crews for better coverage.
 43       This is an on-going item.
 44
 45      EMS Medical Supplies
 46      Fire Department                      EMS Supplies                                1,200.00
 47      Fire Department                      WA State Grant                                         1,200.00
 48
 49      Medical Supplies
 50      Washington State EMS Participation Grant will be used to buy additional medical
 51      supplies for EMS. This entry authorized the department to buy supplies with this grant.
 52      This is a one-time item.
 53
 54
 55



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  3
  4                   Department                           Account Description           Expenditure     Revenue
  5
 56      Stair Chairs for Transporting
 57      Fire Department                          Equipment                                 5,100.00
 58      Fire Department                          Firemen's Fund Grant                                     5,100.00
 59
 60       Stair Chairs for Transporting
 61       Stair Chairs will help the firefighters transport patients up or down stairs easier and
 62       with less injuries to the firefighters.
 63       This is a one-time item.
 64
 65
 66      Paramedic Continued Education Grant
 67      Fire Department                          Schooling                                 1,000.00
 68      Fire Department                          Medic 7 Foundation Education Grant                       1,000.00
 69
 70      Paramedic Continued Education Grant
 71      Medic 7 Foundation has awarded the City of Lynnwood a grant to be used for further
 72      education of Paramedics. This is in addition to they current further education.
 73      This is a one-time item.
 74
 75
 76      Additions to SCBA Program
 77      Fire Department                          Equipment                                16,764.00
 78      Fire Department                          One-Time Transfer                                       16,764.00
 79      Program Development Fund                 Transfer to Fire Department              16,764.00
 80      Program Development Fund                 Beginning Fund Balance                                  16,764.00
 81
 82       Additions to SCBA Program
 83       When upgrading the SCBA equipment authorized in the budget process. A different
 84       vendor was selected because of safer equipment. This resulted in additions
 85       unanticipated costs.
 86       This is a one-time item.
 87
 88      EMS EZ IO Emergency Drug Access Technology
 89      Fire Department                          Equipment                                 4,851.00
 90      Fire Department                          Interlocal-City of Edmonds                               2,000.00
 91      Fire Department                          Transfer from EMS Interest                               2,851.00
 92      EMS Fund                                 Interest                                  2,851.00
 93      EMS Fund                                 Transfer to General Fund                                 2,851.00
 94
 95      EMS EZ IO Emergency Drug Access Technology
 96      Snohomish County EMS protocols added the EZ IO emergency drug access
 97      technology in 2007. This program adds significant safety to patients.
 98      This is a one-time item.
 99
100




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101     Expanding the Wellness Committee
102     Human Resources                           Supplies                                    1,000.00
103     Human Resources                           Flexible Spending                                           1,000.00
104
105     Expanding the Wellness Committee
106     One outcome from Lynnwood Moving Forward was to reinstate the Wellness
107     Committee. The committee's goals are to increase wareness of healthy choices,
108     increase activity levels and encourage healthy eating among city employees. This can
        be funded by the monies that are not spent at year end in the flexible spending
109
        program.
110     This is an on-going item.
111
112
113     AFSCME Negotiations
114     Human Resources                           Contractural Services                      30,000.00
115     Human Resources                                                                                      30,000.00
116
117      AFSCME Negotiations
118      In light of the shift to traditional bargaining, this will cover the cost of our consultant to
119      perform these services.
120      This is a project only item.
121
122
123     Employee Recognition Program
124     Human Resources                           Other Operating Supplies                   15,000.00
125     Human Resources                                                                                      15,000.00
126
127      Employee Recognition Program
128      This is suggested to augment the City's current employee recognition program
129      This is a project only item.
130
131
132     Labor Relations Program Manager
133     Human Resources                           Salaries and Benefits                     100,000.00
134     Human Resources                                                                                    100,000.00
135
136      Labor Relations Program Manager
137      This position was suggested because of the HR Audit. This person would also serve
138      as the Deputy Human Resources Director.
139      This is an on-going item.
140
141
142     Increase Hours for Legal Specialist
143     Municipal Court                           Salaries and Benefits                      23,000.00
144     Municipal Court                           Red Light Revenue                                          23,000.00
145
146      Increased Hours for Legal Specialist
147      This would increase the legal specialist from part-time to full-time to better serve the
148      increased workload caused by the photo red program and additions to the regular
149      court filings.
150      This is an on-going item.
151

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152     Photo Red Additional Court Costs
153     Municipal Court                           Contractual Services                       50,000.00
154     Municipal Court                           Red Light Revenue                                         50,000.00
155
156      Photo Red Additional Court Costs
157      The city has recently started issuing tickets for the Photo Red Program. There are
158      costs associated with this program including charges for payments; phone calls and
159      affidavit/transfer of liability. This is an estimate since there is no history to predict
160      charges.
161      This is an on-going item.
162
163     Probation Supervisor
164     Municipal Court                           Salaries & Benefits                         6,000.00
165     Municipal Court                           Fines and Forfeits                                         6,000.00
166
167      Probation Supervisor
168      This is a reclassification of a Probation Officer to Probation Supervisor. This also
169      includes retroactive pay from June 2006 and the increase in pay through the
170      remainder of the biennium.
         This is an on-going item.
171
172
173     Computer Equipment for Court Room
174     Administrative Services-IT                Computer Related Equipment                  2,000.00
175     Administrative Services-IT                Red Light Revenue                                          2,000.00
176
177     Computer Equipment for Court Room
178     The photo red hearings have required the installation of a flat screen monitor in the
179     court room.
180     This is a one-time item.
181
182     2nd Year of Part-time Clerk
183     Municipal Court                           Salaries & Benefits                        20,000.00
184     Municipal Court                           Fines and Forfeits                                        20,000.00
185
186      2nd Year of Part-time Clerk
187      During the budget process only the first year of the part-time clerk was included in
188      error. This is a correcting item to add the second year.
189      This is an on-going item.
190
191
192     Healthy Communities Program
193     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Other Operating Supplies                           10,000.00
194     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts                                                                   10,000.00
195
196     Healthy Communities Program
197     The Snohomish Health District has named the City of Lynnwood as a partner city in its
198     Healthy Communities program. The City Council accepted this award on August 13,
199     2007. This request is to initially fund the program at the suggested level.
200     This is an on-going item.
201
202

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203     Sign Language Interpretation
204     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Contractual Services                             4,000.00
205     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts                                                                  4,000.00
206
207      Sign Language Interpretation
208      The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requires that the city provide services for
209      deaf/blind individuals. The city currently requires additional money for a sign language
210      interpretation service consultant.
211      This is an on-going item.
212
213     Senior Center Improvements
214     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Construction Costs                            147,771.00
215     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Furnishings, Supplies & Equip.                  72,125.00
216     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Capital Revenue - SIP                                         147,771.00
217     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts One-Time Revenue                                               72,125.00
218     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Salaries & Benefits                             50,500.00
219     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Senior Center Revenues                                          24,060.00
220     Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts                                                                 26,440.00
221
222      Senior Center Improvements
223      The Lynnwood Senior Center is expanding into two additional sites. This has required
224      improvements to the building to reflect our needs. This includes flooring, plumbing,
225      electrical, kitchen renovation, reception desk, computer lab and outdoor patio. In
226      addition, classroom tables, chairs, office furniture, storage shelving, dance and fitness
227      mirrors and temporary storage is also required. These are one-time items.
228      To better utilize our senior center after all of these changes, there is a need to increase
229      the staffing to offer longer hours during the week and weekend hours. This will also
230      allow the Senior Center to be used by other organizations for exercise and dance
         classes. The seniors will have top priority on the use of the updated facility.
231
         This is an on-going cost
232
233
234
235
236
237     Increase in Inmate Costs
238     Police Department                      Other Operating Supplies                   27,321.00
239     Police Department                                                                                 27,321.00
240
241      Increase in Inmate Costs
242      Based on the record setting jail bookings there is an increase in costs of various items
243      that are required for the care and custody of inmates.
         This is an on-going item.
244
245
246     Photo Red Equipment Lease
247     Police Department                      Contractual Services                     360,000.00
248     Police Department                      Red Light Revenue                                        360,000.00
249
250      Photo Red Equipment Lease
251      This amount is to cover the monthly charges from American Traffic Solutions to pay for
252      the equipment lease amounts.
253      This is an on-going item.


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254
255     2nd Year of Confinement Officers
256     Police Department                     Salaries & Benefits                        113,000.00
257     Police Department                     Electronic Home Detention Revenue                          82,105.00
258     Police Department                                                                                30,895.00
259
260     2nd Year of Confinement Officers
261     During the budget process only the first year of the part-time and the full-time
262     confinement officer was included in error. This is a correcting item to add the second
263     year.
264     This is an on-going item.
265
266     Additional Traffic Officer
267     Police Department                     Salaries & Benefits                         95,377.00
268     Police Department                     Red Light Revenue                                          95,377.00
269
270      Additional Traffic Officer
271      A commissioned officer is required to review all photographs and a video sequence of
272      an incident to determine if established violation criteria are met. Since the photo red
273      has been issuing citations, July 1, 2007, there have been over 6,000 incidents. This
274      volume requires an additional officer to review all of the photo red citations.
275      This is an on-going item
276
277




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278     Miscellaneous Police Items
279     Police Department                       Furniture & Equipment-Lockers               3,984.00
280     Police Department                       Computer Equip-Kiosks                      14,832.00
281     Police Department                       Computer Equip-Net Motion Server            2,270.00
282     Police Department                       Computer Equip-Vehicle Radio Modem 12,218.00
283     Police Department                       Computer Equip-Secure Eye Server           12,250.00
284     Police Department                       Schooling-FBI Academy                       6,000.00
285     Police Department                       Schooling-Polygraph School                 15,000.00
286     Police Department                       Contractual Svcs-Polygraph                 20,000.00
287     Police Department                       Small Equip-Guns & Tasers                  12,000.00
288     Police Department                       Criminal Justice Tax Revenue                              98,554.00
289
290      Miscellaneous Police Items
291      Due to increase in staff, additional lockers are needed. This includes the installation
292      of the lockers.
293      Kiosks were installed in the lobby to be used to review red light citations and file police
294      reports.
295      Net Motion Software is required for the wireless data project
296      The current vehicle modems are starting to fail. This is to replenish our replacement
297      stock since they are no longer manuafactured.
298      New server was required for the video starage/retention requirements of the Secure
         Eye cameras.
299
         Two officers will be attending the FBI academy. This is required to cover the costs.
300      Our polygraph officer recently resigned and we need to send another officer through
301      training. These costs are for the schooling and the cost of having a consultant
302      conduct all of the polygraph exams until the new officer is certified.
303      Additional equipment is needed for our new officers and as spares while others are
304      out for repair and maintenance.
305      These are one-time items.
306
307
308     3 Additional Patrol Officers
309     Police Department                       Salaries and Benefits                    285,000.00
310     Police Department                       Transfer to Equipment Rental               80,000.00
311     Police Department                       Red Light Revenue                                       365,000.00
312     Equipment Rental Reserve                Purchase of New Patrol Vehicle             80,000.00
313     Equipment Rental Reserve                Transfer from Police Department                           80,000.00
314
315       3 Additional Patrol Officers
316       This will add new officers that will be in our neighborhoods. This will be approximately
317       one additional patrol officer for each shift. Although a police vehicle will be funded by
318       the police department, all purchases of vehicles are included in the Equipment Rental
319       Reserve Fund. This item will be funded by the additional revenue from the photo red
320       program.
321       This is an on-going item.
322
323       Note: The vehicle is one-time.
324
325




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326     204th Street LID Study
327     Public Works                           Contractual Services                      40,000.00
328     Public Works                           Interlocal-Edmonds CC                                     5,000.00
329     Public Works                           Interlocal-Edmonds School Dist.                           5,000.00
330     Public Works                                                                                    30,000.00
331
332      204th Street LID Study
333      Traffic operations and impacts indicate that it is appropriate to connect 204th Street
334      SW from SR-99 to 68th Ave W with new signals and/or roundabouts. This is the cost
335      of the study, if the LID moves forward, these costs will be rolled into the project.
336      This is a one-time item.
337
338
339
340     Part-Time Construction Tech
341     Public Works                           Salaries & Benefits                       40,000.00
342     Public Works                           Construction Revenue                                     40,000.00
343
344      Part-Time Construction Tech
345      This position would be capable of documenting and processing all required paperwork
346      as well as assisting with field inspections. This position would be funded by direct
347      project cost reimbursements.
348      This is an on-going item.
349
350
351     Traffic Signal Maintenance
352     Street Department                      Salaries - Overtime                       20,000.00
353     Street Department                      Interlocal-Mountlake Terrace                             10,000.00
354     Street Department                      Interlocal-Edmonds                                       10,000.00
355
356      Traffic Signal Maintenance
357      At times, the City of Lynnwood provides signal maintenance assistance to the Cities of
358      Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace. This work is usually done on an overtime basis.
359      This is an on-going item.
360
361
362     Video Detection Equipment
363     Street Department                      Traffic Control Supplies                  39,000.00
364     Street Department                      Puget Sound Energy                                       39,000.00
365
366     Video Detection Equipment
367     Purget Sound Energy damaged or destroyed several loop detectors at Lynnwood
368     signals during the installation of their new 16" gas main. They agreed to pay us for this
369     damage. Public Works will used this money to purchase video detection equipment to
370     replace the loops lost.
371     This is a one-time item.
372




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373     Amber Flashing Beacons
374     Street Department                       Traffic Control Supplies                 7,500.00
375     Street Department                       Traffic Safety Commission Grant                         7,500.00
376
377     Amber Flashing Beacons
378     A grant was received by the state Traffic Safety Commission to install amber flashing
379     beacons at 188th St S.W. at 46th Ave. W. in the Lynnwood Elementary school zone.
380     This is a one-time item.
381
382
383     Emergency Generators
384     Street Department                       Minor Equipment                         15,000.00
385     Street Department                                                                              15,000.00
386     Utility Department                      Minor Equipment                         10,000.00
387     Utility Department                      Charges for Services                                   10,000.00
388     Storm Water Department                  Minor Equipment                          5,000.00
389     Storm Water Department                  Charges for Services                                    5,000.00
390
391      Emergency Generators
392      Public Works is recommending that 20 generators be purchased to be used during
393      emergency power outages. These could be used for traffic signals and pumps to name
394      a few during power outages.
395      This is a one-time item.
396
397     City Wide Branding
398     Program Development                     Econ. Dev.-Contractual Svcs             75,000.00
399     Program Development                                                                            75,000.00
400
401      City Wide Branding
402      There is a citywide effort to identify community vision, mission and goals for Lynnwood.
403      The development of a city image and brand is considered an adjunct to that effect.
404      This is a one-time item.
405
406
407     Economic Development Plan
408     Program Development                     Econ. Dev.-Contractual Svcs             36,107.00
409     Program Development                     Beginning Fund Balance                                 36,107.00
410
411      Economic Development Plan
412      During the 2007-08 budget process we estimated the status of the 2005-06 approved
413      economic development plan. During the final months of the year, not all of the
414      estimated appropriates were made. This correct will allow the department to complete
415      the economic development plan.
         This is a one-time item.
416
417




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418     Golf Course Management Software
419     Golf Course Fund                     Computer Equipment & Software            18,663.00
420     Golf Course Fund                     Green Fees                                              18,663.00
421
422      Golf Course Management Software
423      The 2007 audit mandated that a golf course management software be purchased and
424      installed.
425      This is a one-time item.
426
427     NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
428     Storm Water Utility Fund             Equipment & Supplies                     45,000.00
429     Storm Water Utility Fund             Charges for Services-Stormwater                         45,000.00
430
431     NPDES Stream Maintenance-Pet Waste Stations
432     This was a decision package that wasn't approved in the 2007-08 budget. Since the
433     State Department of Ecology has issued Lynnwood its NPDES Phase 2 Permit, we are
434     required to put into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This is a
435     one-time project for displays, consultant assistance and pet waste stations.
436     This is a one-time item.
437
438
439     NPDES Stream Maintenance-1 FTE
440     Storm Water Utility Fund             Salaries & Benefits                     102,000.00
441     Storm Water Utility Fund             Charges for Services-Stormwater                       102,000.00
442
443     NPDES Stream Maintenance - 1 FTE
444     This was a decision package that wasn't approved in the 2007-08 budget. Since the
445     State Department of Ecology has issued Lynnwood its NPDES Phase 2 Permit, we are
446     required to put into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This
447     person will work on education grants, handouts, and water testing. This is an on-going
448     program.
449     This is an on-going item.
450
451     Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
452     Storm Water Utility Fund             Contractual Services                    225,000.00
453     Storm Water Utility Fund             Charges for Services-Stormwater                       225,000.00
454
455      Storm Water Comprehensive Plan
456      The storm water CIP (Capital Improvement Plan) included the 2007 Storm Water
457      Comprehensive Plan. A plan is not a capital purchase, so it must be included in the
458      operating budget. The increase in rates included this plan.
459      This is a one-time item.
460




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461     Sampling and Testing Stormwater
462     Storm Water Utility Fund               Contractual Services                        39,000.00
463     Storm Water Utility Fund               Charges for Services-Stormwater                             39,000.00
464
465      Sampling and Testing of Stormwater
466      With the issuance of the NPDES Phase 2 Permit, the City of Lynnwood is requied to
467      put into effect storm water monitoring and improvement programs. This is for the cost
468      of sampling and testing of water quality in Lynnwoods streams and lakes.
469      This is an on-going item.
470
471     Change Out Employee (Mechanic)
472     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Small Equipment                             60,000.00
473     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Salaries & Wages                           110,000.00
474     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Operating Supplies & Training                 5,000.00
475     Equipment Rental Maintenance           Increase in Rental Rates                                  175,000.00
476
477      Change Out Employee (Mechanic)
478      Currently, the City of Lynnwood sends all of our work to a contractor to have them
479      change out all of the additional equipment, including radios, light bars, sirens,
480      computers, etc. Upon further investigation, it was determined that we could hire a
481      person to perform this work and not send it out to a vendor. In addition, if time allows
482      this person could also perform this change out work for other cities in an interlocal
483      agreement.
484      The original cost to set this employee up would include, tools, testing equipment and
485      supplies totally $60.000.
         This is a one-time item.
486
         After the initial investment, the remaining costs are for salaries, benefits, training, and
487      miscellaneous supplies.
488      This is an on-going item.
489
490
491     Increase in Postage Budget
492     Central Stores Fund                    Postage                                     36,227.00
493     Central Stores Fund                    Charges to Other Departments                                36,227.00
494
495      Increase in Postage Budget
496      Due to the increase in postage rates and the increased volume of mail, we are
497      projected to be over budget by $36,227. Postage is charged back to the departments
498      that produce the cost.
499      This is an on-going item.
500




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  6      Replacement Boilers for Library
  7      Building & Property Service            Equipment                                   36,312.71
  8      Building & Property Service            SIP Funds                                                  36,312.71
  9
 10      Boilers for the Library
 11      The boilers in the Library broke and had to be replaced. This amount has previously
 12      been spent but a budget amendment will be required to funds so they are available for
 13      scheduled maintenance and repairs. This is a one-time item to be funded from the
 14      SIP.
 15      This is a one-time item.
 16
 17
 18      Pool Roof Repair
 19      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Contractual Services                             84,000.00
 20      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Strategic Investment Plan                                       84,000.00
 21
 22      Pool Roof Repair
 23      By action by the Council on August 13, 2007, the money previously approved in the
 24      budget for the repair of the pool roof was used to fund a contract to complete updates
 25      of the Community Center/Recreation Center Renovation feasibility study. This request
 26      is to fund the repair of the pool roof if the future project funding options for the
 27      recreation center are not commpleted.
         This is a capital item covered under the SIP.
 28
 29
 30      Senior Center Improvements
 31      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Construction Costs                              147,771.00
 32      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Furnishings, Supplies & Equip.                   72,125.00
 33      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Capital Revenue - SIP                                         147,771.00
 34      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts One-Time Revenue                                               72,125.00
 35      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Salaries & Benefits                              50,500.00
 36      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Senior Center Revenues                                          24,060.00
 37      Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts                                                                 26,440.00
 38
 39       Senior Center Improvements
 40       The Lynnwood Senior Center is expanding into two additional sites. This has required
 41       improvements to the building to reflect our needs. This includes flooring, plumbing,
 42       electrical, kitchen renovation, reception desk, computer lab and outdoor patio. In
 43       addition, classroom tables, chairs, office furniture, storage shelving, dance and fitness
 44       mirrors and temporary storage is also required. These are one-time items.
 45       To better utilize our senior center after all of these changes, there is a need to increase
 46       the staffing to offer longer hours during the week and weekend hours. This will also
 47       allow the Senior Center to be used by other organizations for exercise and dance
          classes. The seniors will have top priority on the use of the updated facility.
 48
          This is an on-going cost
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 54      Capital Projects-Overlays
 55      Arterial Street Fund                    Transfer to Capital Projects           300,000.00
 56      Arterial Street Fund                    Puget Sound Energy Mitigation                         300,000.00
 57
 58       Capital Projects-Overlays
 59       During the budget process monies were appropriated for the overlay project. Some of
 60       these funds were needed to complete other capital projects. This amendment will
 61       allow the proper allocation of funds to capital projects, plus ensuring funding of street
 62       overlays at the level set forth in the 2007-08 budget process.
 63       This is a one-time item.
 64
 65      Park Shop Renovation
 66      Park Acquisition & Development          Park Shop Bldg Improvements              30,086.00
 67      Park Acquisition & Development          Transfer from SIP                                       30,086.00
 68
 69      Park Shop Renovation
 70      This was previously approved in the budget but the council reprogrammed a portion of
 71      it to fund the bid overage to complete the Water Tower renovation at Heritage Park by
 72      City Council action on August 13, 2007. This amendment will reallocate adequate
 73      funds to re-roof the Parks Maintenance Shop.
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Corrections; Omissions; and Capital Items

Capital Facilities Plan / Strategic Investment Plan
  Funding of Strategic Investment Plan
  REET 2 Fund                        Beginning Fund Balance
  REET 2 Fund                        Transfer to Capital Projects                       2,422,235.00
  REET 1 Fund                        Beginning Fund Balance
  REET 1 Fund                        Transfer to Capital Projects                       1,866,684.00
  Capital Development Fund           Beginning Fund Balance
  Capital Development Fund           Transfer to Capital Projects                       3,776,074.00
  General Fund                       Transfer from REET 1
  General Fund                       Transfer from Capital Development Fund
  General Fund                       Capital Projects                                     846,969.00
  Program Development                Transfer from Capital Development Fund
  Program Development                Phase II of City Center Project                      200,000.00
  Olympic View Dr Fund (307)         Transfer from REET 2
  Olympic View Dr Fund (307)         Road Work                                             65,000.00
  Traffic Signal Fund (309)          Transfer From REET 2
  Traffic Signal Fund (309)          Signals                                              100,000.00
  Roadway Resurfacing (311)          Transfer from REET 2
  Roadway Resurfacing (311)          Road Work                                            200,000.00
  Sidewalks/Pedestrian Improve (312) Transfer from REET 2
  Sidewalks/Pedestrian Improve (312) Sidewalks                                            100,000.00
  Interurban Overpass/44th (319)     Transfer from REET 2
  Interurban Overpass/44th (319)     Bridges                                              375,000.00
  Park Acquisition & Develop (322)   Transfer from REET 2
  Park Acquisition & Develop (322)   Transfer from Capital Development Fund
  Park Acquisition & Develop (322)   Park Development                                   1,811,586.00
  Community Center (323)             Transfer from REET 2
  Community Center (323)             Design Phase I & II                                   25,000.00
  ITS Program (326)                  Transfer from REET 1
  ITS Program (326)                  Traffic Mgmt Center                                  166,000.00
  IT Upgrades (332)                  Transfer from Capital Development Fund
  IT Upgrades (332)                  Telephone System                                     600,000.00
  IT Upgrades (332)                  Computer Hardware/Software                           100,000.00
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from REET 1
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from Capital Development Fund
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         County-Wide SERS Public Safety Wireless              200,000.00
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Fire/Police Trng Facility Partnership                125,000.00
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from REET 1
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from REET 2
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Transfer from Capital Development Fund
  SIP/CFP Project Fund (339)         Undesignated Capital Projects                      2,600,438.00
  Justice Center Improvements (342) Transfer from REET 1
  Justice Center Improvements (342) Building Improvements                                 100,000.00
  Civic Center Improvements (344)    Transfer from REET 1
  Civic Center Improvements (344)    Building Improvements                                450,000.00

  Funding for Strategic Investment Plan
  All of the revenue projected in the 2008 Strategic Investment Plan (SIP) will be transferred from the
  REET 1; REET 2; and Capital Development Funds to the specific funds for specific projects. The
  unspecified money will be transferred to the SIP/CFP Project Fund (339) for undesignated projects.
unspecified money will be transferred to the SIP/CFP Project Fund (339) for undesignated projects.
Below are the projects that were specified and the funds that they are associated with.
Fund Project 2008                                                Costs
11 Library Boiler Repair/Replacement                                36,313
11 Court Move & Tenant Improvements                                525,000
11 Senior Center Building Improvements                             147,000
11 Senior Center Replacement of Equipment                            72,896
11 Senior Centr Phone/Telecom Replacement/Improvements                 10,000
11 Replace Computer Room HVAC                                      15,000
11 MDC "wireless" project                                          5,760
11 Emergency Generator: Design/System Adjustment                    35,000
11 Total General Fund                                           846,969
199 City Ctr: See Money #2 - Funds the Last of Initial Studies 200,000
199 Total                                                      200,000
307 Olympic View Drive -- 76th Ave W. to 169th St                    65,000
309 Intersection Control -- Alderwood Mall Blvd & 40th Ave. W. 100,000
311 Widen Road: 36th Ave W.: Maple Rd to 164th St. SW              200,000
312 C-Wide Sidewalk/Walkwy -- Build, ADA ramps & Maint             100,000
319 Interurban Trail: Pedestrian Bridget - 44th Ave                375,000
322 Tutmark Hill Park Dev.: Master Plan; Phase I, Phase II          600,000
322 Stadler Ridge Park Development                                280,000
322 Meadowdale Softball Flds - Safety Upgrades - Backstp           112,500
322 Lynndale Park Amphitheater (1968) Expan. Phase V               100,000
322 Rowe Park Development - New Phase I + II                       450,000
322 Recreation Center Renovation - Phase I - III                     25,000
322 Scriber Lake Park Renovation 0 Phases I - V                     30,000
322 Meadowdale Pk Dev. Phase II - Parking Exp. & Constr.              75,000
322 Lund's Gulch Trail Development                                 25,000
322 Community Center & Recreation Center Updates                     84,000
322 Bid Award Overage: Water Tower Renovation                         30,086
322 Total                                                    1,811,586
323 Community Center Development - Phase I & Phase II                 25,000
326 Intelligent Transportation Sys. -- Traffic Mgmt Ctr. (TMC)       166,000
332 City Hall + City-Wide Telephone System Replacement             600,000
332 GIS/Permits System Replacement Hardware & Software                50,000
332 E-Mail Storage Increase - State Records Compliance                50,000
332 Total                                                      700,000
339 County-Wide SERS Public Safety Wireless Project                200,000
339 Fire-Police Trng. Facility Partnership -- Study / Design        125,000
339 Total                                                      325,000
342 New and Expanded Justice Facility                             100,000
344 City Hall: Design/Encl. East Attrium - Mtg. Area + Constr. 100,000
344 City Hall: Design/Encl. "Breezeway,"- Constr. & TMC Match 350,000
344 Total                                                       450,000
                2,422,235.00

                1,866,684.00

                3,776,074.00

                 672,000.00
                 174,969.00

                 200,000.00

                  65,000.00

                 100,000.00

                 200,000.00

                 100,000.00

                 375,000.00

                1,756,500.00
                   55,086.00

                  25,000.00

                 166,000.00

                 700,000.00


                 125,000.00
                 200,000.00


                  153,684.00
                      735.00
                2,446,019.00

                 100,000.00

                 450,000.00



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