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					   City of Norcross

    65 Lawrenceville Street
     Norcross, GA 30071




    Meeting Agenda

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

            6:30 PM

      SPECIAL CALLED


 2nd Floor Conference Room


  Policy Work Session
      Mayor Bucky Johnson
     Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Allen
  Council Member David McLeroy
   Council Member Craig Newton
  Council Member Charlie Riehm
  Council Member Keith Shewbert
Policy Work Session                             Meeting Agenda                                  November 19, 2008



    1.        08-1574   Early Retirement Incentive - Public Utilities Director

    2.        08-1562   Exit Agreement - Public Utilities Director
                        Attachments:   RETIREMENT AGREEMENT.pdf


    3.        08-1560   DDA - Lillian Webb Field Update

    4.        08-1556   2009 Budget Discussion
                        Attachments:   2009 Budget Advertisment
                                       2009 Final General Fund Budget With Cuts.pdf
                                       councilAV.pdf


    5.        08-1564   Revision of Position Allocation Chart
                        Attachments:   Compensation Plan 2009.pdf


    6.        08-1561   Police Department Early Retirement
                        Attachments:   Benefit Study


    7.        08-1579   CID Contract Renewal for Norcross Police Officers
                        Attachments:   2009 City-CID Security INtergovernmental Agreement.pdf


    8.        08-1532   Stormwater Discussion
                        Attachments:   CITY OF NORCROSS - SW questions from Council.pdf


    9.        08-1558   Job Description for City Manager Position
                        Attachments:   City Manage 1103c.pdf


    10.       08-1577   Interim City Manager Compensation Discussion

    11.       08-1559   Thrasher Park Contract
                        Attachments:   SCHEDULE FOR THRASHER PARK RENOVATION PROJECT.pdf


    12.       08-1565   Inmate Van Discussion
                        Attachments:   Inmate Van 11-10 policy.pdf




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    13.       08-1487   Second Floor IT Office Project


    14.       08-1340   Latin American Association Lease
                        Attachments:   Latin American Assoc LSE 08-09.pdf


    15.       08-1566   Annual Subscription for Supplemental Power
                        Attachments:   Annual Subscription for Supplemental Power.pdf


    16.       08-1554   Collection Agency Recommendation

                        Attachments:   Collection Agency Recommnendation
                                       HBDOCUMENTS-#278189-v1-Penn_Credit_Client_Contract
                                       HBDOCUMENTS-#280334-v1-Penn_Credit_Instruction_Sheet


    17.       08-1567   Pole Attachment Agreement
                        Attachments:   Level 3 Facilities to Poles.pdf


    18.       08-1569   Voluntary Deposits into Municipal Competitive Trust

                        Attachments:   Voluntary Deposits Competitive Trust.pdf


    19.       08-1570   Second Amendment to the Municipal Competitive Trust
                        Attachments:   Second Amendment to Competitive Trust.pdf


    20.       08-1571   Special Subscription for 2009 Supplemental Power

                        Attachments:   Special Subscription for 09 Supplemental Power.pdf


    21.       08-1573   Discuss Four Year Terms of Office
                        Attachments:   Four Year Term.pdf


    22.       08-1576   2009 Legislative Package
                        Attachments:   2009 Legislative Package for the Gwinnett delegation (2).pdf


    23.       08-1580   Board Appointments



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    24.       08-1581      Discussion of City Manager Hiring Procedure
                           Attachments:   CITY OF NORCROSS CITY MANAGER.pdf


              Adjourn to Executive Session for Personnel, Real Estate and Legal




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                                  City of Norcross                              65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                                 Norcross, GA 30071



                                     Agenda Request
                                    File Number: 08-1574

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                                 Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                          Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Early Retirement Incentive - Public Utilities Director

         Motion
         A motion that the City of Norcross offer an early retirement incentive
         to all Department Heads with 26 years or more of credited service
         and having attained the age of 55, as of December 1, 2008 by
         amending the retirement plan to allow qualifying employees to elect
         to receive their pension benefit unreduced by retirement age and
         using a flat 2% Benefit Formula thereby eliminating the dynamic
         breakpoint.




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                                  City of Norcross                             65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                                Norcross, GA 30071



                                    Agenda Request
                                    File Number: 08-1562

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                                Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                         Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Exit Agreement - Public Utilities Director




City of Norcross                              Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
                                RETIREMENT AGREEMENT

       This Retirement Agreement (hereinafter “Agreement”) is made and entered into as of

November ___, 2008, by and between the City of Norcross, Georgia (hereinafter “Employer”)

and Bonnie Bradford Cole (hereinafter referred to as “Employee”).      (Employer and Employee

may hereinafter also be referred to as “Party” or “Parties”).

       WHEREAS, Employee has been employed with the City of Norcross over twenty-six

(26) years in various positions; and

       WHERAS, Employee has elected to voluntarily retire from the City of Norcross; and

       WHEREAS, Employer has elected to accept Employee’s voluntary retirement under

certain terms and conditions set forth herein; and

       WHEREAS, the Parties hereto desire to set forth the terms and conditions of Employee’s

early retirement;

       NOW, THEREFORE in consideration of the foregoing and other good and valuable

consideration exchanged between the Parties this day, it is hereby agreed as follows:

1.     VOLUNTARY RETIREMENT

       The Parties do hereby agree and the Employee stipulates that by execution hereof, the

Employee’s retirement as set forth herein is purely voluntary, a decision and election made freely

and wholly by the Employee in the Employee’s sole discretion and not at the instance of

Employer.

2.     DATE OF RETIREMENT

       Employee’s last day of employment with Employer shall be December 31, 2008, with the

effective date of Employee’s voluntary retirement being January 1, 2009.
3.     BENEFITS

       Notwithstanding the fact that the effective retirement date is January 1, 2009, Employee

shall not acquire or accrue any benefits or rights of whatsoever nature or kind, including

vacation, for the year January 1, 2009 and all subsequent years.

       Employee agrees that he is not entitled to the Benefits referenced in this Agreement

unless Employee executes this Agreement on or before the Retirement Date.

       In consideration of Employee’s resignation, his waiver of all claims against Employer,

and other promises made by Employee in this Agreement, Employee accepts as full and final

payment of all Benefits and consideration due Employee by virtue of his Employment which will

inure to the benefit of Employee by virtue of his voluntary retirement as set forth in a Resolution

to be considered by Employer when the City Council is next in session.

4.     AGREEMENT

       This Agreement sets forth the entire agreement between Employer and Employee

respecting the subject matter hereof, and shall supersede any and all prior agreements or

understandings between the Parties. This Agreement may not be amended except by a written

agreement signed by the Parties.

5.     RELEASE

       As additional consideration for accepting Employee’s early retirement as set forth herein,

Employee does hereby release and forever discharge Employer, its Mayor, Council, Employees

and Attorneys from all actions, causes of action, claims and demands of whatsoever nature and

kind and from any suits, debts, sums of money, accounts, contracts, agreements, promises,




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damages or any and all other claims and demands of whatsoever nature and kind now or

hereafter existing, known or unknown, in law or in equity in state or federal courts.

       Employee knowingly and voluntarily waives any and known and unknown rights and

claims which he has or may have against Employer as of the date of execution of this

Agreement, including but not limited to any claim(s) under:

       ·       The National Labor Relations Act;
       ·       Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964;
       ·       Section 1981 through 1988 of Title 42 of the United States Code;
       ·       The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974;
       ·       The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1990;
       ·       The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990;
       ·       The Fair Labor Standards Act;
       ·       The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967;
       ·       The Older Workers Benefit Protection Act;
       ·       The Equal Pay Act of 1963;
       ·       The Occupational Safety and Health Act;
       ·       The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993;
       ·       Any other federal, state or local civil or human rights law or any other federal,
               state or local law, regulation or ordinance; or
       ·       Any public policy, contract, or common law claims, including any tort claims
               (e.g., negligent or intentional infliction of emotional distress, defamation, assault,
               battery, false imprisonment, wrongful termination, etc.) whether based on
               common law or otherwise.

       Further, Employee acknowledges and agrees that as of the date of this Agreement he has

not suffered any on-the-job or work-related accident, injury, occupational disease or disability

whether temporary, permanent, partial or total.

       This waiver also bars any claim or demand for costs, fees, or other expense including

attorneys’ fees incurred in connection with any of the above-referenced claims. The listing of

claims waived in this Section is intended to be illustrative rather than exhaustive.          Thus,

Employee acknowledges and agrees that this Agreement constitutes a full and final bar to

any and all claims of any type that he now has against Employer.




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       If Employee shall violate the terms of this Agreement by taking legal action to challenge

its terms or by seeking to pursue any claim or cause of action against Employer which Employee

is waiving, Employee agrees that he shall pay all costs and expenses incurred by Employer in

defending against any such claim or cause of action, including reasonable attorneys’ fees at all

pretrial, trial and appellate levels or in any arbitration proceeding.

6.     REVIEW OF AGREEMENT

       THE EMPLOYEE HAS READ, UNDERSTOOD AND FULLY CONSIDERED THE

AGREEMENT AND IS DESIROUS OF ENTERING INTO SUCH AGREEMENT.                                 THE

TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT ARE THE PRODUCT OF MUTUAL NEGOTIATION AND

COMPROMISE BETWEEN EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER.                                HAVING ELECTED TO

EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT, TO FULFILL THE PROMISES SET FORTH HEREIN, AND

TO RECEIVE THEREBY THE BENEFITS REFERENCED IN PARAGRAPH 3. ABOVE,

EMPLOYEE FREELY AND KNOWINGLY, AND AFTER DUE CONSIDERATION,

ENTERS INTO THIS AGREEMENT INTENDING TO WAIVE, SETTLE AND RELEASE

ALL CLAIMS HE HAS OR MIGHT HAVE AGAINST EMPLOYER.

7.     POST EMPLOYMENT RELEASE OF INFORMATION

       The Parties hereto agree that should any inquiry be made to Employer concerning

Employee’s prior tenure with Employer, then in such event Employer shall release only the dates

of employment and positions held with no further information being provided.

8.     COOPERATION

       Employee agrees to cooperate with Employer in effecting a smooth transition of the

management of Employer with respect to the duties and responsibilities that Employee

performed for Employer. Employee agrees to make himself reasonably available in connection




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with any request by Employer regarding Employee’s prior duties with Employer or pending

litigation or litigation which may arise in the future concerning matters of which Employee has

personal knowledge or which were within the purview of Employee’s management

responsibilities.

9.      SEVERABILITY

        Should any provision of this Agreement be declared illegal or unenforceable by any court

of competent jurisdiction and cannot be modified to be enforceable, such provision shall

immediately become null and void, leaving the remainder of this in full force and effect.

However, if any portion of the Agreement is determined to unenforceable fore any reason due to

actions taken by Employee or due to a challenge to this Agreement by Employee, Employee

shall return all Benefits paid to him by Employer pursuant to Section 3 of this Agreement.

10.     NON-DISCLOSURE

        Employee acknowledges that in the course of his employment by Employer, he has

received information and materials which are proprietary and/or confidential to Employer. Such

information and materials include, but are not limited to, methods of operation, financial

information, nature and content of Employer records, policy and procedures manuals, training

methods and manuals, and other information not generally known to the public.

        Accordingly, Employee promises to hold all such information and materials in the

strictest confidence, and promises that after the date of execution of this Agreement, he will not,

without the prior written consent of Employer, disclose, divulge, or reveal to any person

whatsoever, or use for any purposes other than for the exclusive benefit of Employer, any of such

information or materials.




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           Employee shall not take and if necessary return all property of Employer prior to

Retirement Date.

           IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have executed this Agreement as of the date set

forth below.

EMPLOYER:                                   EMPLOYEE:


___________________________                 _____________________________
                                            BONNIE BRADFORD COLE

By:_______________________
Its:________________________




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                                City of Norcross                                 65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                                  Norcross, GA 30071



                                  Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1560

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                              Current Status: Filed
          Version: 1                                       Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         DDA - Lillian Webb Field Update




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                                   Agenda Request
                                   File Number: 08-1556

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                               Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                        Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         2009 Budget Discussion




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                                                                            Rudolph Smith
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                                                                        65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                       Norcross, Georgia 30071
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                                          CITY OF NORCROSS
                                        2009 BUDGET SUMMARY

                                                2009 Budget    2008 Budget    2009 Budget    2008 Budget
                                                Expenditures   Expenditures    Revenues       Revenues

General Fund

GGA                                                  639,241        589,324
IT                                                   570,398        929,873
City Manager                                         259,706        158,278
Marshal                                                  -              -
Police                                             3,800,202      3,994,912
Streets                                                  -              -
Cultural Art                                         222,515        656,442
Community Development                              2,810,712      2,608,704
Court                                                398,992        377,321
Public Utilities Admin.                                  -              -
Public Works                                       1,049,109      1,365,395
City Clerk                                           159,997        315,915
Mayor and Council                                    179,198
Non-Divisional                                       468,308        453,808

Taxes                                                                            6,135,000      6,112,722
License/Permits                                                                    325,000        360,000
Intergovernmental                                                                1,905,200      2,009,450
Charges for Services                                                               133,177        114,200
Police/Court Revenues                                                            1,809,000      2,490,600
Interest Income                                                                    180,000        363,000
Miscellaneous                                                                       71,000            -
Allocated from Prior Years                                                             -              -

                                        Total     10,558,377     11,449,972     10,558,377     11,449,972

Water/Sewer Fund

Water & Sewer Department                           1,688,639      1,207,617
Purchased Cost of W&S Services                     1,018,361      1,516,679
Water & Sewer Capital Expenditures                   157,800        392,487
Water & Sewer Bond Payment                               -              -
Contingency                                              -           64,018

Water & Sewer Service Charges                                                    2,700,300      2,864,641
Water & Sewer Tap Fees                                                              94,000        100,000
Other Charges                                                                       60,000         53,404
Interest                                                                               500          1,000
Gwinnett County Utility Reimbursement                                               20,000
Transfer from Prior Year Reserves

                                        Total      2,864,800      3,018,045      2,864,800      3,018,045

Electric Fund

Electric Department
Purchased Cost of Electricity                      1,867,259      1,383,952
Electrical Capital Expenditures                    7,706,771      6,246,412
Contingency                                          165,300        536,916
                                                         -              -

Sale of Electricity                                                              9,565,330      8,055,524
MEAG Telecom Project                                                                   -           20,000
Other Charges                                                                      174,000         91,756
Transfer from Prior Year Reserves

                                        Total      9,739,330      8,167,280      9,739,330      8,167,280

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                                      CITY OF NORCROSS
                                    2009 BUDGET SUMMARY

                                            2009 Budget    2008 Budget    2009 Budget    2008 Budget
                                            Expenditures   Expenditures    Revenues       Revenues


Solid Waste Fund

Solid Waste Department
Purchased Cost of S/W Services                 1,930,125      1,792,016      1,930,125      1,792,016
Solid Waste Capital Expenditures                     -              -

Solid Waste Service Charges                                                  1,897,350      1,765,696
Other Charges                                                                   32,775         26,250
Transfer from Prior Year Reserves                                                  -               70

                                    Total      1,930,125      1,792,016      1,930,125      1,792,016

Storm Water

Expenditures                                     850,000        913,664                      913,664
Revenues                                                                      850,000            -

                                    Total        850,000        913,664       850,000        913,664

2005 SPLOST Fund

Expenditures                                   4,675,000      4,020,000
Revenues                                                                     4,675,000      4,020,000

                                    Total      4,675,000      4,020,000      4,675,000      4,020,000

Hotel/Motel

Expenditures                                     170,000        170,000
Revenues                                                                      170,000        170,000

                                    Total        170,000        170,000       170,000        170,000

Special Seized Drug Fund

Expenditures                                      16,475          9,540
Revenues                                                                       16,475          9,540

                                    Total         16,475          9,540        16,475          9,540

Federal Seized Drug Fund

Expenditures                                     212,500        280,421
Revenues                                                                      212,500        280,421

                                    Total        212,500        280,421       212,500        280,421

Technology Surcharge Fund

Expenditures                                      90,000         90,675
Revenues                                                                       90,000         90,675

                                    Total         90,000         90,675        90,000         90,675

Downtown Development Authority

Expenditures                                     178,015        189,500

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                    CITY OF NORCROSS
                  2009 BUDGET SUMMARY

                          2009 Budget    2008 Budget    2009 Budget    2008 Budget
                          Expenditures   Expenditures    Revenues       Revenues

Revenues                                                     178,015        189,500

                  Total        178,015        189,500        178,015        189,500


Total All Funds           $ 31,284,622   $ 30,101,113   $ 31,284,622   $ 30,101,113




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                                               CITY OF NORCROSS
                                                  2009 BUDGET


GENERAL FUND
                                                              ACTUAL       APPROVED      REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED % Change
                                                               2007          2008           2009            2009

REVENUE

PROPERTY TAXES

GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES                            31.1000      4,031,775     3,900,000      3,793,000        3,793,000    -3%
MOTOR VEHICLE ADVALOREM                           31.1310        173,130       176,000        165,000          165,000    -6%
INTANGIBLE RECORDING TAXES                        31.1340         49,656        45,000         25,000           25,000   -44%
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAXES                        31.1600         22,986        25,000         10,000           10,000   -60%
UTILITY FRANCHISE TAXES                           31.1700      1,116,734     1,025,000      1,125,000        1,225,000    20%

TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES                                           5,394,282     5,171,000      5,118,000        5,218,000    1%



SELECTIVE SALES & USE TAXES

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE EXCISE AX                      31.4200        176,165       185,000       160,000          160,000    -14%
ALCOHOLIC TAX -LIQUOR                             31.4205         14,610        11,222        15,000           15,000     34%

TOTAL SELECTIVE SALES & USE TAXES                                190,774       196,222       175,000          175,000    -11%



BUSINESS TAXES

OCCUPATIONAL TAX                                  31.6100        299,506       270,000       225,000          250,000    -7%
LICENSE - FINANCIAL                               31.6105         11,703        14,000        18,000           20,000    43%
INSURANCE PREMIUM TAX                             31.6200        459,681       440,000       445,000          445,000     1%

TOTAL BUSINESS TAXES                                             770,891       724,000       688,000          715,000    -1%


PENALTY & INTEREST ON DELINQUENT TAXES

PENALTIES & INTEREST - GENERAL PROPERTY           31.9100         48,067        20,000        18,000           25,000    25%
PENALTY & INTEREST - LICENSE & PERMITS            31.9105          1,228         1,500         2,000            2,000    33%

TOTAL PENALTY & INTEREST ON DELINQUENT TAXES                      49,295        21,500        20,000           27,000    26%



TOTAL TAXES                                                    6,405,242     6,112,722     6,001,000        6,135,000     0%




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                                                  CITY OF NORCROSS
                                                     2009 BUDGET


                                                                  ACTUAL       APPROVED      REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED % Change
                                                                   2007          2008           2009             2009

LICENSES AND PERMITS

REGULATORY FEES

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES                                   32.1100        114,075       125,000       100,000           125,000      0%
CODE ENFORCEMENT PERMIT                               32.1105         11,175        15,000         7,500            10,000    -33%
CODE ENFORCEMENT REGULATORY                           32.1110         16,368        20,000         7,000            15,000    -25%
TELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATION FEE                     32.1905              0

TOTAL REGULATORY FEES                                                141,618       160,000       114,500           150,000     -6%



NON-BUSINESS LICENSE & PERMITS

BUILDING PERMITS                                      32.2100        203,141       200,000       125,000           175,000    -13%

TOTAL NON-BUSINESS LICENSE & PERMITS                                 203,141       200,000       125,000           175,000    -13%

TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS                                            344,759       360,000        239,500          325,000     -10%


INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE

INTERGOV. REV. GWINNETT/POLICE OFFICERS               33.6100          7,948       165,000        95,860           110,000    -33%

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE                                        7,948       165,000        95,860           110,000    -33%



STATE GOVERNMENT GRANTS

CDBG 02/ELVATOR COMMUNITY CENTER                      33.1135        109,554       450,000             0                 0    -100%
LIVABLE CENTER INITIATIVE                             33.1138          8,428       640,000       640,000           640,000       0%
TE GRANT DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION                       33.1139              0       800,000       800,000           800,000       0%
2008-2009 TE GRANT                                    33.1143              0             0       355,200           355,200
TREE GRANT                                            33.4121              0        19,450             0                 0    -100%

TOTAL STATE GOVERNMENT GRANTS                                        117,982     1,909,450      1,795,200         1,795,200    -6%



INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE TRANSFER FROM STORM WATER   33.6110              0       100,000               0

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE                                     125,930      2,174,450     1,891,060         1,905,200    -12%




CHARGES FOR SERVICES

CULTURAL ARTS CENTER

CULTURAL ART REVENUE                                  34.1199         11,653        18,700        21,500            31,177     67%

TOTAL CULTURE ART REVENUE                                             11,653        18,700        21,500            31,177     67%


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

REIMBURSE DDA PERSONNEL                               34.1200         41,601             0             0                 0
REVENUE REIMBURSE FUND                                34.1301          8,546             0             0                 0
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - ARCHITECT REVENUE             34.1302         17,175        20,000        10,000            15,000    -25%
ENGINEERING REVENUE FEES                              34.1305         42,192        40,000        25,000            25,000    -38%
PUBLIC HEARING FEES                                   34.1310         15,275        15,000        10,000            10,000    -33%
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MISCELLANEOUS                   34.1315          2,256           500         2,000             2,000    300%
INSPECTION REVENUE                                                                                                  20,000

TOTAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                          127,045        75,500        47,000            72,000     -5%


PUBLIC SAFETY




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                                   CITY OF NORCROSS
                                      2009 BUDGET


                                                  ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED % Change
                                                   2007          2008            2009             2009

SPECIAL POLICE SERVICES               34.2100        22,602        20,000          25,000            30,000   50%
DEA OVERTIME REIMBURSEMENT            34.2101         3,045             0               0                 0
POLICE DONATIONS                      34.2102            77             0               0                 0

TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY                                  25,724        20,000          25,000            30,000   50%


OTHER CHARGES FOR SERVICES

CHARGE FOR OTHER SERVICE              34.6900         1,205               0               0              0
RETURNED CHECK FEES                   34.9300           504               0               0              0
LATE FEES                             34.9305           886               0               0              0
NOTICE FEES                           34.9310           (50)              0               0              0
CONNECTION FEES                       34.9315         3,680               0               0              0

TOTAL OTHER CHARGES FOR SERVICES                      6,225               0               0              0



TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES                          170,647       114,200         93,500           133,177    17%




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                                                     ACTUAL        APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED % Change
                                                      2007           2008            2009             2009

POLICE/COURT REVENUE

COURT-MUNICIPAL                          35.1170      1,661,445      2,400,600       1,500,000         1,750,000   -27%
COURT CITATION PROCESSING                35.1174              0              0           4,000             9,000
CODE ENFORCEMENT FINES                   35.1175              0         90,000               0            50,000   -44%

TOTAL POLICE/COURT REVENUE                            1,661,445      2,490,600      1,504,000         1,809,000    -27%



INTEREST INCOME

INTEREST REVENUE                         36.1000        438,392        300,000        180,000           180,000    -40%

TOTAL INTEREST REVENUE                                 438,392        300,000         180,000          180,000     -40%



CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS

DONATIONS - GENERAL                      37.1000              0          7,500                0               0    -100%

TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS                               0         7,500               0                 0    -100%



MISCELLANEOUS

PARK REVENUE                             38.1000          9,132          6,000         12,500            18,000    200%
DEPOT LEASE REVENUE                      38.1003         39,000         48,000         48,000            48,000      0%
MISCELLANEOUS INCOME GGA                 38.9000         (2,166)         1,500          1,500             5,000    233%



TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE                             45,966         55,500          62,000            71,000     28%




PRIOR YEARS RESERVES

ALLOCATION FROM PRIOR YEAR RESERVES      38.9500              0               0               0               0

TOTAL PRIOR YEAR RESERVES                                     0               0             0                 0




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                                               2007            2008            2009             2009

OTHER FINANCE SOURCES

SALE OF CITY PROPERTY             39.2100                0              0               0              0
PROPERTY SALE                     39.2200              800              0               0              0
OTHERS

TOTAL OTHER FINANCE SOURCES                          800                0             0                0



PRINCIPAL

DEBT SERVICE 54 JONES STREET      58.1000                               0             0                0
INTEREST ON DEBT SERVICE          58.2000                               0             0                0

TOTAL PRINCIPAL                                         0               0             0                0

INTEREST

TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND        61.1210                               0               0              0
TRANSFER TO HOTEL/MOTEL TAX       61.1275                               0               0              0
TRANSFER TO SPLOST FUND           61.1225                               0               0              0
TRANSFER TO WATER/SEWER           61.1505      (1,636,163)

TOTAL INTEREST                                (1,636,163)               0             0                0



TOTAL REVENUE                                 7,557,018      11,614,972       9,971,060       10,558,377     -9%




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                                                           2007          2008             2009           2009


GENERAL GOVERNMENT
ADMINISTRATION

PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100      474,370         507,593       536,481          517,704     2%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300          992           1,500         2,500            2,500
CITY AUTHORITIES                                51.1310        3,560               0             0                0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                        478,921         509,093       538,981          520,204     2%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       83,622          95,221        74,774           74,774     29%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200       35,033          38,716        41,232           39,796     -83%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400       46,145          50,903        51,879           44,743     -12%
TUITION REIMBURSEMENT                           51.2500            0           4,000         6,500            6,500     -14%
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX                      51.2600        4,280             486           625              625     29%
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700          500           4,278           725              725      -2%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                     169,580         193,604       175,735          167,163     -14%

TOTAL PERSONNEL COSTS                                       648,501         702,697       714,716          687,367      -2%



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205          663           1,500         1,500            1,500     0%
PROF SERV.-AUDIT                                52.1210       20,000          30,000        40,000           30,000     0%
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301        4,582               0             0                0
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305       19,977          25,000        25,000           25,000     0%
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE                             52.1306        1,985           5,000         5,000            5,000     0%
PROF SERV-IT                                    52.1312       39,600               0             0                0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                 86,806          61,500        71,500           61,500     0.0%


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

M & R VEHICLES                                  52.2201        1,366           3,600         3,600            1,800     -50%
M & R EQUIPMENT                                 52.2203        1,205           4,000         2,000            2,000     -50%

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                                  2,571           7,600         5,600            3,800    -50.0%




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OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE, OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFITS   52.3100       10,427          11,500         1,610            1,610     -86%
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                     52.3210        1,069           1,000         1,200            1,200     20%
ACKNOWLEDGMENT                            52.3225            0             500           750              750     50%
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                       52.3300          691           2,500         2,000            2,000     -20%
POSTAGE                                   52.3305       10,543          27,000        14,500           12,221     -55%
PRINTING & BINDING                        52.3400        7,032          12,000         6,000            6,000     -50%
TRAVEL                                    52.3500        4,220           6,000         7,000            5,000     -17%
MEDICAL SERVICES ACCOUNT EXPENSES         52.3515           11             500           500              500      0%
DUES & FEES                               52.3600          807           1,000         1,500            1,500     50%
EDUCATION & TRAINING                      52.3700        2,909           7,000         7,000            5,000     -29%
CREDIT CARD CHARGES                       52.3915       43,389          25,000        52,000           49,220     97%
BANK CHARGES                              52.3920          185           5,000         5,000            5,000      0%
CASH OVER/SHORT                           52.3925          230           1,000         1,000            1,000      0%

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                              81,512         100,000       100,060           91,001     -9%

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                       170,890         169,100       177,160          156,301      -8%



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIALS              53.1100        4,411           2,000         2,000            2,000      0%
OFFICE SUPPLIES                           53.1101       15,291           9,500        10,000           11,150     17%
ENERGY-GASOLINE/DIESEL                    53.1270          119             900           500              500     -44%
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                       53.1400          447             800         1,200            1,200     50%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                           53.1600          988           3,500         2,500            5,000     43%
MISCELLANEOUS                             53.1710          611           3,000         3,000            3,000      0%

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                         21,866          19,700        19,200           22,850      16%




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                                            2007           2008              2009             2009

CAPITAL OUTLAY

VEHICLES                         54.2200            0          20,000                0                  0     -100%
FURNITURE                        54.2300            0           5,000            3,000              3,000      -40%
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT               54.2400        4,388               0                0                  0
EQUIPMENT                        54.2500            0           5,000            2,500              9,000      80%

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                           4,388           30,000           5,500            12,000        -60%


INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS        55.1100     (293,187)        (332,173)       (239,277)          (239,277)     -28%
ALLOCATED NON-PERSONNEL COSTS    55.1105     (115,320)               0               0                  0

TOTAL INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION              (408,507)        (332,173)       (239,277)          (239,277)     -28.0%


OTHER COSTS

COLLECTION AGENCY FEES           57.4005        1,359                0                0                 0

TOTAL OTHER COSTS                              1,359                0               0                   0

BUDGET CONTINGENCY

BUDGET CONTINGENCY               57.9000             0               0                0                 0

TOTAL BUDGET CONTINGENCY                             0              0               0                   0

PRINCIPAL-CAPITAL LEASE

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          438,498          589,324         677,299            639,241        8%




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                                                           2007           2008             2009           2009



IT DEPARTMENT

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100             0         123,600       135,461          130,720     6%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                               0         123,600       135,461          130,720     6%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100             0          31,767        17,224           17,224     -46%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200             0           9,455        10,363           10,000      6%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400             0           7,272        10,736            8,704     20%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                            0          48,494        38,323           35,928     -26%

TOTAL PERSONNEL COSTS                                               0        172,094       173,784          166,648      -3%


PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.                                      52.1200             0          32,500        10,000           10,000     -69%
PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205             0           1,000         1,000            1,000      0%
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301             0          71,237       135,000          130,000     82%

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                       0         104,737       146,000          141,000     35%


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

OTHER PURCHASED SVCS
TELEPHONE                                       52.3205             0               0             0           15,000
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                           52.3210             0           1,500         2,000            2,000     33%
PRINTING & BINDING                              52.3400             0             250             0                0    -100%
TRAVEL                                          52.3500             0           1,000         1,000            1,000      0%
DUES & FEES                                     52.3600             0             250           250              250      0%
EDUCATION & TRAINING                            52.3700             0           2,000         2,000            2,000      0%
CONTRACT LABOR                                  52.3850             0               0        50,000           40,000

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                          0           5,000        55,250           45,250    805%

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                                     0        109,737       201,250          186,250      70%




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                                               2007           2008             2009             2009



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIALS        53.1100             0               0         1,000              1,000
OFFICE SUPPLIES                     53.1101             0           1,500         1,500              1,500       0%
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                 53.1400             0             250             0                  0     -100%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                     53.1600             0               0        30,000             30,000

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                          0          1,750        32,500             32,500      1757%


CAPITAL OUTLAY

FURNITURE.                          54.2300             0           2,000         1,000                        -100%
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                  54.2400             0          30,000        20,000             15,000      -50%
OFFICE BUILT OUT/RENOVATION         54.2403             0          65,000             0                  0     -100%
MUNICIPAL DATA CENTER               54.2404             0         100,000        10,000                        -100%
DISASTER RECOVERY                   54.2405             0          32,500             0                  0     -100%
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE       54.2406             0         234,000        20,000            150,000      -36%
GIS                                 54.2407             0          81,510        10,000             10,000      -88%
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION   54.2408             0          93,782        10,000              5,000      -95%
COMMUNITY MOBILE APPLICATION        54.2409             0           7,500             0                  0     -100%
POLICE DATA CENTER                  54.2410             0               0       139,565
NETWORK UPGRADE                     54.2411             0               0         5,000              5,000
EQUIPMENT                           54.2500             0               0             0                  0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                    0        646,292       215,565            185,000       -71%


INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS           55.1100             0              0                0
NON-PERSONNEL ALLOCATION            55.1105             0              0                0

TOTAL INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION                          0              0             0                    0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                      0       929,873        623,099            570,398       -39%




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                                                           2007             2008              2009           2009



CITY MANAGER

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100      132,960            114,617        177,510          123,077     7%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300           24                  0              0                0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                        132,984            114,617        177,510          123,077     7%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       17,645             17,739         22,814           15,110     -15%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200        9,525              8,768         13,580            9,415      7%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400        8,391              6,974         11,997            5,182     -26%
UNEMPLOYMENT INS TAX                            51.2600            0                200            119              119     -41%
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                           51.2700          150                580            575              575      -1%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                      35,711             34,261         49,085           30,401     -11%

TOTAL PERSONNEL COSTS                                       168,695            148,878        226,595          153,478      3%


PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205             365           1,000          2,500            2,500    150%
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305             176               0          1,000            1,000
INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFITS          52.3100             914               0          1,610            1,610

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                 1,455              1,000          5,110            5,110     411%


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

MOBILE COMMUNICATION                            52.3210        2,713              2,200          3,750            3,750     70%
POSTAGE                                         52.3305           21                  0          4,000            4,000
PRINTING & BINDING                              52.3400            0                  0         32,000           32,000
TRAVEL                                          52.3500        1,234              3,000          6,000            6,000    100%
DUES & FEES                                     52.3600        1,028              1,500          2,750            2,750     83%
MOVING EXPENSES                                 52.3601        2,834                  0              0                0
EDUCATION & TRAINING                            52.3700        2,035              1,000          2,000            2,000    100%
PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICES                       52.3702            0                  0         52,000           50,000
MEALS AND ENTERTAINING                          52.3703            0                  0          2,500            2,500
DEVELOPMENT FAIR                                52.3704            0                  0          4,000            4,000

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                    9,865              7,700        109,000          107,000     1290%

TOTAL PURCHASED/Contracted SVCS                              11,320              8,700        114,110          112,110     1189%



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES                                53.1100             150              150          300              300     100%
OFFICE SUPPLIES                                 53.1101             941              250          500              500     100%
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                             53.1400              83              100          300              300     200%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                                 53.1600             706              200          750              750     275%
MISCELLANEOUS                                   53.1710              29

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                                1,908                  700        1,850            1,850     164%


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                                            2007           2008            2009             2009

CAPITAL OUTLAY

FURNITURE.                       54.2300            0               0               0
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT               54.2400        2,217               0               0
EQUIPMENT                        54.2500            0               0               0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                           2,217                0             0                   0



INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS        55.1100             0              0        (7,732)            (7,732)

TOTAL INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION                       0              0        (7,732)            (7,732)



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          184,141          158,278       334,823            259,706       64%




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CITY CLERK

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100       74,946          85,088       113,154           96,456     13%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300          455                             0                0
MAYOR AND COUNCIL                               51.1305       34,500          34,500             0                0    -100%
CITY BOARDS & AUTHORITIES                       51.1310          740          10,000             0                0    -100%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                        110,641         129,588       113,154           96,456     -26%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       10,498          22,268        15,650           15,650     -30%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200        8,296           6,509         8,656            7,379     13%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400        7,283           4,500         5,630            5,629     25%
UNEMPLOYMENT INS TAX                            51.2600           70             200           118              118     -41%
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                           51.2700          150             580           575              575      -1%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                      26,297          34,057        30,629           29,351     -14%

TOTAL PERSONNEL COSTS                                       136,938         163,645       143,783          125,807      -23%



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205        8,981          10,000            0             1,500     -85%
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301        1,100               0            0                 0
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305        2,721               0          500               500

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                12,803          10,000           500            2,000      -80%



PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFITS          52.3100       14,505          12,000         1,610            1,610     -87%
COMMUNICATION                                   52.3200          315             720         3,600                     -100%
                     #VALUE!                    52.3201        6,571           7,500         3,400            3,400     -55%
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                           52.3210          471               0         1,020            1,020
ACKNOWLEDGMENT                                  52.3225        3,694          10,500        11,700           11,700     11%
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                             52.3300            0           1,000           400              400     -60%
POSTAGE                                         52.3305            5           1,000           500              500     -50%
PRINTING & BINDING                              52.3400        1,276          19,150           300              300     -98%
TRAVEL                                          52.3500        3,666           3,000         3,000            3,000      0%
COUNCIL EXPENSES                                52.3505       34,451          36,000             0                0    -100%
DUES & FEES                                     52.3600        6,095          27,500             0                0    -100%
EDUCATION & TRAINING                            52.3700        3,181           6,000             0            2,360     -61%

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                   74,230         124,370        25,530           24,290      -80%




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                                            2007           2008            2009             2009



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIAL      53.1100          239               0             0                  0
OFFICE SUPPLIES                  53.1101        1,154           3,000         3,000              3,000       0%
ELECTION SUPPLIES                53.1107        4,459           4,000         4,000              4,000       0%
BOOKS & PERIODICALS              53.1400          673             300           300                300       0%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                  53.1600        1,708           2,700             0                  0     -100%
MISCELLANEOUS                    53.1710           93             400           600                600      50%

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                 8,328           10,400        7,900              7,900       -24%



CAPITAL OUTLAY

FURNITURE.                       54.2300            0           7,500               0                      -100%
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT               54.2400            0               0               0
EQUIPMENT                        54.2500            0               0               0
CLERK SOFTWARE                   54.2402       27,355               0               0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                          27,355            7,500            0                    0    -100%



INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS        55.1100       (7,279)              0               0                 0

TOTAL INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION                 (7,279)              0            0                    0



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          252,373          315,915       177,713            159,997       -49%




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MAYOR AND COUNCIL
PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

MAYOR AND COUNCIL                               51.1305             0              0        34,500           34,500
CITY BOARDS & AUTHORITIES                       51.1310             0              0             0            8,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                               0              0        34,500           42,500

PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100             0              0        22,164           22,164
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200             0              0         2,639            2,639
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400             0              0             0                0
UNEMPLOYMENT INS TAX                            51.2600             0              0             0                0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                           51.2700             0              0             0                0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                            0              0        24,803           24,803

TOTAL PERSONNEL COSTS                                               0              0        59,303           67,303



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205             0              0        25,000           35,000
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301             0              0             0                0
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305             0              0             0                0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                       0              0        25,000           35,000



PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFITS          52.3100             0              0             0                0
CIVIC PARTICIPATION                             52.3201             0              0         8,250            8,250
ACKNOWLEDGMENT                                  52.3225             0              0         2,500            1,600
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                             52.3300             0              0             0                0
PRINTING & BINDING                              52.3400             0              0         2,250            2,250
TRAVEL                                          52.3500             0              0         6,000            6,000
COUNCIL EXPENSES                                52.3505             0              0        40,935           36,835
DUES & FEES                                     52.3600             0              0        25,160           20,160
EDUCATION & TRAINING                            52.3700             0              0             0                0

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                          0              0        85,095           75,095



SUPPLIES

OFFICE SUPPLIES                                 53.1101             0              0          500              500
ELECTION SUPPLIES                               53.1107             0              0          500              500
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                             53.1400             0              0          300              300
SMALL EQUIPMENT                                 53.1600             0              0            0                0
MISCELLANEOUS                                   53.1710             0              0          500              500

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                                      0              0        1,800            1,800

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                  0              0      171,198          179,198




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PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES


REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100      168,069           181,146        196,173            189,307      5%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300        8,090             1,500          1,500              1,500      0%
JUDGE & SOLICITOR SALARY                        51.1315       54,775            65,500         77,000             77,000      18%


TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                        230,934           248,146        274,673            267,807      8%



PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS


GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       31,213            44,875         43,542             43,542      -3%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200       17,107            18,983         20,600             20,086      6%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400       16,868            18,232         22,565             19,622      8%
UNEMPLOYMENT INS TAX                            51.2600            100              486          200                200       -59%
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700            300           4,278           600                600       -86%


TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                      65,588            86,854         87,507             84,050      -3%


TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                    296,522           335,000        362,180            351,857       5%



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS


PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205             0               500          500                500       0%
INDIGENT DEFENSE COUNSEL                        52.1208             0               500          500                250       -50%
PROF SERV.-INTERPRETER                          52.1215       11,840            16,000         19,500             19,500      22%
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301             0                                 0                 0
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305            416           1,000          3,000              3,000     200%


TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                 12,256            18,000         23,500             23,250      29%


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS


M & R EQUIPMENT                                 52.2203             0                0                0                 0
RENTAL OF COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                    52.2325        1,012             1,200                0                 0    -100%


TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                                  1,012             1,200                0                 0    -100%


OTHER PURCHASED SVCS


INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT           52.3100        7,568             7,300          6,635              6,635      -9%
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                           52.3210             0                0          1,200              1,200
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                             52.3300            180               0                0                 0
POSTAGE                                         52.3305             0            7,541                0            7,500      -1%
PRINTING & BINDING                              52.3400            840              500         1,100               800       60%
TRAVEL                                          52.3500            741           1,000          3,500              3,000     200%
DUES & FEES                                     52.3600             30              80           300                300      275%
EDUCATION & TRAINING                            52.3700            463           1,000          2,500              2,200     120%


TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                     9,822            17,421         15,235             21,635      24%


TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                              23,090            36,621         38,735             44,885       23%

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SUPPLIES

OFFICE SUPPLIES                   53.1101       5,098             3,000           3,000              1,500      -50%
OFFICE FURNITURE NON-CAPITAL      53.1111             0                0           700                    0
BOOKS & PERIODICALS               53.1400            327              200          500                250       25%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                   53.1600            333          2,000           4,000                        -100%
MISCELLANEOUS                     53.1710            666              500          500                500       0%


TOTAL SUPPLIES                                  6,425             5,700          8,700              2,250       -61%



INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION

PERSONNEL COSTS                   55.1100             0                0                0                 0


TOTAL INDIRECT COST ALLOCATIONS



CAPITAL OUTLAY

MACHINERY                         54.2100             0                0                0                 0
FURNITURE & FIXTURES              54.2300             0                0                0                 0
COMPUTERS                         54.2400             0                0                0                 0
EQUIPMENT                         54.2500


TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                  0                0             0                    0



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                           326,037           377,321         409,615            398,992       6%




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PUBLIC SAFETY

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100     1,909,284        2,095,974      2,254,298         2,175,398     4%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300        79,589           82,800        107,640            82,800     0%

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                            1,988,873        2,178,774      2,361,938         2,258,198      4%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100      378,343          399,698        400,080           400,080       0%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200      148,868          165,527        180,688           172,752       4%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400      173,377          221,379        227,757           194,572      -12%
TUITION REIMBURSEMENTS                          51.2500       10,438           12,000         12,000            12,000       0%
UNEMPLOYMENT INS TAX                            51.2600        1,750            4,000          4,000             4,000       0%
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700       61,359           39,078         40,000            40,000       2%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                      774,134          841,682        864,525           823,404       -2%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                   2,763,007        3,020,456      3,226,463         3,081,602      2%



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205        1,412            1,000          1,000             1,000      0%
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301        4,940                0
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305       14,324           18,110         12,360            12,360      -32%

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                20,676           19,110         13,360            13,360       -30%


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

M & R VEHICLES                                  52.2201       61,901           50,400         50,000            50,000      -1%
M & R EQUIPMENT                                 52.2203       11,124            8,969          8,969             8,969      0%
M & R RADIOS                                    52.2204       10,365           12,272         18,500            18,500      51%
LEASE PAYMENTS-VEHICLES                         52.2316            0            2,100          7,360             7,360     250%
RENTAL OF EQUIP. & VEHICLE                      52.2320            0              500            500               500      0%
RENTAL-COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                       52.2325        4,837           20,000         17,240            17,240     -14%
LEASE PAYMENT RED-LIGHT CAMERA                  52.2330      113,133          174,720        198,720           198,720      14%

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                               201,359          268,961        301,289           301,289       12%




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OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT   52.3100      160,858         172,061        57,093           57,093    -67%
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                   52.3210       11,320          10,000        10,000           10,000     0%
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                     52.3300        1,345           1,000         2,000            2,000    100%
POSTAGE                                 52.3305        9,281           1,000         1,000            1,000     0%
PRINTING & BINDING                      52.3400        3,468           5,000         8,515            8,515     70%
TRAVEL                                  52.3500        7,855           9,000        11,000           11,000     22%
DUES & FEES                             52.3600        1,850           1,800         4,000            4,000    122%
EDUCATION & TRAINING                    52.3700        6,863           9,000        17,830           17,830     98%
ACCREDITATION EXPENSES                  52.3810          573           1,800         6,830            6,830    279%
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS                 52.3870          219           1,000         5,310            5,310    431%
COMMUNITY POLICING                      52.3875        2,549           4,000         9,800            9,800    145%

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                          206,182         215,661       133,378          133,378      -38%

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                     428,217         503,732       448,027          448,027      -11%



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MAT                  53.1100          656             500           500              500     0%
OFFICE SUPPLIES                         53.1101       14,985          22,000        22,000           22,000     0%
SUPPORT SERVICES                        53.1102        2,979           3,000         3,000            3,000     0%
PATROL SUPPLIES                         53.1103       24,943          29,350        72,625           55,125     88%
K-9 SUPPLIES                            53.1105        2,615           2,500         2,500            2,500     0%
UNIFORMS                                53.1106       24,581          27,120        27,500           27,500     1%
FIRST AID SUPPLIES                      53.1108          686           1,250         1,250            1,250     0%
ENERGY-GASOLINE/DIESEL                  53.1270       86,469         112,000       148,000          120,000     7%
FOOD                                    53.1300          153               0             0                0
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                     53.1400          945           1,500         1,500            1,500     0%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                         53.1600        2,410           2,500         2,500            2,500     0%
MISCELLANEOUS                           53.1710        2,592           1,900         2,000            2,000     5%

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                      164,013         203,620       283,375          237,875      17%



CAPITAL OUTLAY

MACHINERY                               54.2100        3,300           5,000         5,000            5,000      0%
VEHICLES                                54.2200      139,280         216,000        40,500                     -100%
FURNITURE & FIXTURES                    54.2300            0           3,000         3,000            3,000      0%
EQUIPMENT                               54.2500            0               0         8,400            8,400
WEAPONS                                 54.2505            0           4,700         3,500            3,500     -26%
TECHNOLOGY SURCHARGE/COMPUTERS          54.2506        5,684               0             0                0
RADIOS                                  54.2510            0          38,404        17,064           12,798     -67%



CAPITAL OUTLAY                                     148,264         267,104         77,464           32,698      -88%

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                3,503,501       3,994,912     4,035,329        3,800,202      -5%




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PUBLIC WORKS

PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100      361,098          261,144       247,693           239,032      -8%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300       25,768           15,976        15,976            12,500     -22%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                       386,866          277,120       263,669           251,532      -9%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       91,769           53,697        33,635            33,636     -37%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200       28,971           21,200        20,171            19,242      -9%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400       32,713           27,602        17,680            23,732     -14%
TUITION REIMBURSEMENTS                          51.2500            0            5,000        10,500             7,500     50%
UNEMPLOYMENT INS TAX                            51.2600          350              486           625               625     29%
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700        4,000            4,278         7,500             7,500     75%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                      157,804          112,263        90,111            92,235      -18%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                    544,669          389,383       353,780           343,767      -12%



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205          829            1,000         2,000             2,000    100%
PROF SERV.-TECH                                 52.1300        6,610                0         1,000               500
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301        3,923                0             0
PROF SERV.-ENG                                  52.1302       21,752            1,000         2,000             1,000     0%
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305        2,647            2,000         2,000             2,000     0%

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                35,760            4,000         7,000             5,500      38%


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

CUSTODIAL                                       52.2130       33,130           60,000        63,000            55,000      -8%
LAWN CARE                                       52.2140            0           75,000        90,000            75,000      0%
TREE REMOVAL & PLANTING                         52.2145             0          23,000        23,000            15,000     -35%
STORM WATER MGT PROGRAM                         52.2146        38,143               0              0
M & R BUILDINGS                                 52.2200       36,274           45,000        48,000            46,000      2%
M & R VEHICLES                                  52.2201        4,935           28,000        29,500            21,000     -25%
M & R GROUNDS                                   52.2202            0            5,000         5,000             5,000      0%
M & R EQUIPMENT                                 52.2203       30,771            5,000        10,000             8,000     60%
SIDEWALK MAINTENANCE                            52.2205            0           35,000        35,000            10,000     -71%
M & R EQUIPMENT-STREET                          52.2208            0           12,000        15,000            10,000     -17%
RENTAL OF LAND & BUILDING (RailRoad Property)   52.2310       15,000                0             0            15,000
RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT                             52.2320            0            1,000         1,000             1,000     0%

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                               158,253          289,000       319,500           261,000      -10%


OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INS OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                52.3100       10,852           34,697        20,000            20,000     -42%
TELEPHONE                                       52.3205       40,687           49,500        49,500                 0    -100%
HOSPITALITY                                     52.3250            7                0             0                 0
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                           52.3210        8,029            7,000         8,100             8,100     16%
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                             52.3300        2,265            1,000         1,000             1,000     0%
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PRINTING & BINDING                52.3400          279            1,000         1,000            1,000      0%
TRAVEL                            52.3500        1,151            3,000         3,400            3,400     13%
DUES & FEES                       52.3600          230              500           750              750     50%
EDUCATION & TRAINING              52.3700        2,208            4,000         4,900            4,900     23%
CONTRACT LABOR                    52.3850      152,879          155,000       135,000           90,000     -42%
PHILLIPS CORRECTIONAL             52.3855            0           76,398        80,599           80,599      5%

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                    218,807          332,445       304,599          210,099      -37%

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS               412,820          625,445       631,099          476,599      -24%



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIAL       53.1100       22,936           12,000        22,000           22,000     83%
OFFICE SUPPLIES                   53.1101       24,264           15,000        15,000           15,000     0%
UNIFORMS                          53.1106        1,080            3,000         4,400            4,000     33%
FIRST AID SUPPLIES                53.1108        1,932            2,700         2,700            2,700     0%
GENERAL SUPPLIES - STREET         53.1109             0          50,000        50,000           40,000     -20%
ENERGY-WATER/SEWERAGE             53.1210        2,606            7,600         7,600            7,600     0%
ENERGY-NATURAL GAS                53.1220        1,915            4,500         4,500            4,500     0%




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ENERGY-ELECTRICITY                                53.1230       63,484            74,200         74,200             72,000      -3%
ENERGY-GASOLINE/DIESEL                            53.1270        7,343            22,500         28,243             28,243      26%
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                               53.1400             59              200           200               200       0%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                                   53.1600       16,397            11,500         11,500              5,000      -57%
OTHER SUPPLIES                                    53.1700             0                0                0
MISCELLANEOUS                                     53.1710             0               500           500               500       0%

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                                142,015           203,700        220,843            201,743       -1%



CAPITAL OUTLAY

MUNICIPAL COMPLEX                                 54.1305       47,110                 0                0                 0
BENCHES & TRASH CANS                              54.1414             0            5,000          2,500              2,500      -50%
PARK IMPROVEMENTS                                 54.1415             0           25,000         25,000             15,000      -40%
MACHINERY                                         54.2100             0           10,800                0                 0    -100%
VEHICLES                                          54.2200       17,805           110,000         32,000                        -100%
FURNITURE & FIXTURES                              54.2300             0                0         10,000
COMPUTERS                                         54.2400        5,308                 0                0                 0
EQUIPMENT                                         54.2500        5,467                 0          9,500              9,500



TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                           75,691           150,800         79,000             27,000       -82%


INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS                         55.1100     (489,286)           55,987         55,987                        -100%
ALLOCATED NON-PERSONNEL COSTS                     55.1105     (256,275)          (80,770)        (80,770)                      -100%

TOTAL INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION                               (745,561)          (24,783)       (24,783)                   0    -100%



DEBT SERVICE

CAPITAL LEASE PRINCIPAL - PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING   58.1100             0           20,850         20,850                        -100%
CAPITAL LEASE INTEREST - PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING    58.2200             0                0                0
INTER GOVERNMENT PAYMENT-GENERAL FUND             58.2300             0                                 0



TOTAL DEBT SERVICE                                                    0          20,850        520,850                    0    -100%

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                           429,634          1,365,395      1,780,789          1,049,109       -23%
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CULTURAL ART

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100      54,036           63,352       112,160           77,302     22%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300           0                0         6,000                0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                        54,036           63,352       118,160           77,302     22%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       6,878            9,444         7,800            7,854     -17%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200       4,014            4,846         9,039            5,914     22%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400       3,577            4,960         6,672            8,060     63%
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP                               51.2600          70              200           219              219     10%
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                           51.2700         150              580           875              875     51%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                     14,689           20,030        24,605           22,922     14%

TOTAL PERSONNEL COSTS                                        68,725           83,382      142,765          100,224      20%



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205         337            1,000         1,000            1,000     0%
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301           0                0             0                0
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305       3,469            7,500        10,000            5,000     -33%

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                 3,806            8,500       11,000            6,000      -29%



PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

M&R BUILDING                                    52.2200             0          2,500         7,500            7,500    200%
M&R EQUIPMENT                                   52.2203             0              0             0                0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                                       0          2,500         7,500            7,500    200%




OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT           52.3100       2,274            2,200         4,831            4,831    120%
CIVIC PARTICIPATION                             52.3201      12,039           16,000        45,050           20,000     25%
SUMMER CAMP                                     52.3202       1,200           13,680        13,680           13,680     0%
SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAM                          52.3203           0                0        10,000            5,000
MOBILE COMMUNICATION                            52.3210       1,969              780           780              780     0%
ACKNOWLEDGMENT                                  52.3225         160                0             0                0
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                             52.3300       1,285            5,500         3,000            3,000    -45%
PRINTING & BINDING                              52.3400         905              500         1,000            1,000    100%
TRAVEL                                          52.3500         477              500         1,500            1,500    200%
DUES & FEES                                     52.3600         175              500         1,000            1,000    100%
DEPOSIT REFUNDS (USAGE/DAMAGE DEPOSITS)         52.3602           0                0         5,000            5,000
EDUCATION & TRAINING                            52.3700           0                0             0                0
CONTRACT LABOR                                  52.3850           0                0             0                0

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                   20,484           39,660       85,841           55,791      41%
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TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED/CONTRACT SVCS                          24,289           50,660       104,341           69,291     37%
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SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIAL      53.1100        2,235            2,000         2,500              2,500      25%
OFFICE SUPPLIES                  53.1101        1,734            1,500         2,000              2,000      33%
OFFICE FURNITURE NON-CAPITAL     53.1111            0                0         3,500              3,500
ENERGY-WATER/SEWER               53.1210        3,413            3,500         4,100              5,000      43%
ENERGY-NATURAL GAS               53.1220        9,097           18,200        18,750             12,500      -31%
ENERGY-ELECTRIC                  53.1230       12,113           14,700        15,000             15,000       2%
BOOKS & PERIODICALS              53.1400            0                0             0                  0
SMALL EQUIPMENT                  53.1600          511            2,000         5,000                  0     -100%
MISCELLANEOUS                    53.1710        3,836              500           500                500       0%

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                32,939           42,400        51,350             41,000       -3%



CAPITAL OUTLAY

COMMUNITY CENTER RENOVATION      54.1313            0           10,000        10,000                        -100%
COMMUNITY CENTER REPAIRS         54.1314       36,245                0        12,000             12,000
FURNITURE                        54.2300            0           13,500                                      -100%
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT               54.2400            0                0             0                   0
ELEVATOR                         54.2401      110,254          450,000             0                   0    -100%
EQUIPMENT                        54.2500            0            6,500        56,000                   0    -100%

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                         146,499          480,000        78,000             12,000       -98%



INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS        55.1100             0              0                0

TOTAL INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION                       0              0             0



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          272,453          656,442        376,456            222,515       -66%




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                                                           2007          2008             2009           2009




COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100      287,103         523,580       483,884          330,107     -37%
OVERTIME                                        51.1300            0               0             0                0

TOTAL PERS SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                            287,103         523,580       483,884          330,107      -37%


PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       31,002         100,465        42,706           33,852     -66%
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200       21,208          40,054        37,017           25,253     -37%
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400       18,721          47,406        30,024           24,968     -47%
UNEMPLOYMENT INS TAX                            51.2600          140             486           625              625     29%
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700        5,000           4,278         7,500            7,500     75%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                     76,071         192,689       117,872           92,198      -52%

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                    363,173         716,269       601,756          422,305      -41%


PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-INSPECTOR                            52.1202      124,865           5,000         5,000          102,000    1940%
PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205        6,998           7,000        50,000           25,000    257%
PROF SERV.-ENGINEERING                          52.1302       10,145               0         5,000                0
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305       15,125               0        15,000            2,000
DESIGN GUIDE LINES                              52.1307        3,664               0             0                0
PROF SERV.-HISTORICAL PRESERVATION CONSULTANT   52.1309        8,929          30,000             0                0    -100%
PROF SERV.-INVENTORY SURVEY                     52.1310       23,950               0             0                0
PROF SERV.-COMPREHENSIVE PLAN                   52.1311       64,430          10,000             0                0    -100%
REDEVELOPMENT CID PLAN                          52.1314       20,000               0             0                0
PROF. SERV. - MAPPING                           52.1315            0               0         4,000                0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS               278,105          52,000        79,000          129,000     148%


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

M & R VEHICLES                                  52.2201        1,261          15,000        15,000            5,000     -67%
M & R EQUIPMENT                                 52.2203            0               0             0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                                 1,261          15,000        15,000            5,000      -67%


OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT           52.3100       10,754          10,400         7,813            7,813     -25%
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                           52.3210        3,313           4,000         4,000            4,000      0%
MARKETING PLAN                                  52.3230       16,900               0             0
HOSPITALITY                                     52.3250        3,572               0             0
ADVERTISING - LEGAL                             52.3300        1,874           3,500        20,000            3,500     0%




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                                                       2007           2008             2009             2009


POSTAGE                                     52.3305          149                0             0
PRINTING & BINDING                          52.3400        3,795            2,500         5,000              1,500      -40%
TRAVEL                                      52.3500        3,329            4,000         6,500              6,500      63%
COUNCIL EXPENSES                            52.3505          298
BOARD MEMBER EXPENSE                        52.3510          558            2,200             0                        -100%
DUES & FEES                                 52.3600          753            2,000         1,800              1,200      -40%
EDUCATION & TRAINING                        52.3700        5,182            8,000         8,200              9,200      15%
CONTRACT LABOR                              52.3850            0                0             0            151,144     #DIV/0!
LIVABLE CENTERS INITIATIVE GRANT EXPENDED   52.3851            0                0             0
BOARD APPRECIATION DINNER                   52.3853            0                0         3,000              3,000

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                               50,476           36,600        56,313            187,857      413%

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                         329,842          103,600       150,313            321,857      211%


SUPPLIES
GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                53.1100          192                0             0                  0
OFFICE SUPPLIES                             53.1101        5,529            4,500         6,000              4,000      -11%
UNIFORMS                                    53.1106           52                0             0                  0
ENERGY-GASOLINE/DIESEL                      53.1270        1,463            8,000         8,000              6,000      -25%
FOOD                                        53.1300          200              200           300                300      50%
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                         53.1400          653            1,500         1,500              1,000      -33%
SMALL EQUIPMENT                             53.1600        7,660            4,000         4,000              1,000      -75%
MISCELLANEOUS                               53.1710          352              250           250                250       0%

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                           16,100           18,450        20,050             12,550       -32%

CAPITAL OUTLAY

WAY FINDING SIGNAGE                         54.1110      124,157           50,000             0                        -100%
TREE GRANT                                  54.1111            0           38,900             0                        -100%
VEHICLES                                    54.2200       28,252           60,000             0                        -100%
FURNITURE & FIXTURES                        54.2300            0                0        10,000             10,000
COMPUTERS                                   54.2400            0                0             0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                    152,409          148,900        10,000             10,000       -93%

STATE GOVERNMENT GRANTS

LIVABLE CENTER INITIATIVE                   54.2375       10,310          800,000       800,000            800,000      0%
2005 T.E. GRANT                             54.2350       80,814          800,000       800,000            800,000      0%
2008-2009 TE GRANT                                             0                0       444,000            444,000
ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS                   55.1100      (12,956)          21,485                                      -100%
NON-PERSONNEL ALLOCATION                    55.1105       33,866                0               0                 0

TOTAL STATE GOVERNMENT GRANTS                           112,034         1,621,485     2,044,000          2,044,000      26%


OTHER COSTS

PAYMENTS OTHER AGENCIES                     57.2000        5,000                0               0


TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                     978,558         2,608,704     2,826,119          2,810,712       8%



City Wide

NON-DIVISIONAL

RETIREE INSURANCE                           51.2105      187,270          165,400       165,400            165,400       0%
HOSPITALITY                                 52.3250          154            3,500         5,000              5,000      43%
PANDEMIC SUPPLIES                           53.1110            0            7,000             0                  0     -100%
COMPUTER SOFTWARE (CITYWIDE)                54.1103            0                0             0                  0
CONTINGENCY                                 57.9000            0          200,000       200,000            220,000      10%
DEBT SERVICE (54 JONES STREET)              58.1000       67,166           77,908        77,908             77,908      0%
INTEREST ON DEBT SERVICE                    58.2000       10,442                0             0                  0
TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND                  61.1210   Page 26 0                 0             0                  0
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                                     2007           2008            2009             2009


TRANSFER TO SPLOST FUND   61.1225             0              0               0                 0
TRANSFER TO WATER/SEWER   61.1505     1,636,163              0               0                 0
RESIDUAL EQUITY           61.4000             0              0               0                 0

TOTAL City Wide                      1,901,194         453,808      448,308            468,308       3%



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                  1,901,194         453,808       448,308            468,308       3%



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES              9,549,432       11,449,972   11,860,749         10,558,377       -8%




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WATER/SEWER
                                              ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED
                                               2007          2008            2009            2009

REVENUES

UTILITIES/ENTERPRISE

REVENUE REIMBURSE REFUND            34.1301        1,111             0               0               0
WATER CHARGES                       34.4210    1,328,414     1,813,580       1,460,000       1,613,800
SEWER CHARGES                       34.4230      839,608     1,051,061       1,050,000       1,086,500
WATER TAPS                          34.4265       29,900        52,000          48,000          48,000
SEWER TAPS                          34.4270       15,620        48,000          46,000          46,000
BAD CHECK FEES                      34.9300        1,193             0               0               0
NOTICE FEES                         34.9310        7,779             0               0               0
CONNECTION FEES                     34.9315       10,259             0               0          10,000
LATE FEES                           34.4275       33,994        30,702          40,000          40,000

TOTAL UTILITIES/ENTERPRISE                     2,267,878     2,995,343      2,644,000       2,844,300



INTEREST REVENUES

INTEREST EARNED                     36.1000        1,598              0         1,000             500

TOTAL INTEREST REVENUES                           1,598               0         1,000             500



MISCELLANEOUS

GWINNETT CO. UTILITY REIMBURSMENT   37.0000            0        22,500         20,000           20,000
CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS           37.2000       35,100             2              0                0
MISCELLANEOUS INCOME                38.9000          134           200              0                0
TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND          39.1100    1,636,163             0              0                0
TRANSFER FROM ELECTRIC              39.1510            0             0              0                0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS                            1,671,397       22,702          20,000          20,000




TOTAL REVENUES                                3,940,873     3,018,045      2,665,000        2,864,800




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WATER/SEWER
                                                          ACTUAL       APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                                           2007          2008           2009           2009

EXPENDITURES

PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100      163,223       158,616       184,397        184,397
OVERTIME                                        51.1300       36,269        28,000        38,000         38,000
ACCRUED SALARIES ADJUSTMENT                     51.1320        2,398             0             0              0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                        201,890       186,616       222,397        222,397


PERSONNEL-SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100       52,178        60,729        55,022         55,022
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200       14,855        14,276        17,013         17,013
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400       15,650        13,662        18,876         18,876
TUITION REIMBURSEMENT                           51.2500            0         1,000         1,500          1,500
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX                      51.2600          100           100           625            625
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700        4,763         4,000         7,500          7,500

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                        87,546        93,767       100,536        100,536

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                    289,436       280,383       322,933        322,933



PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205            0         2,500         3,000         10,000
PROF SERV.-AUDIT                                52.1210        8,000         8,000         8,000          8,000
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301            0         2,500             0              0
PROF SERV.-ENG                                  52.1302          956        10,000         9,000         17,000
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305           77         3,500         1,000          1,500

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                  9,033        26,500        21,000         36,500




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                                                       ACTUAL       APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                                        2007          2008           2009           2009

PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

M & R BUILDINGS                              52.2200            0         1,000             0
M & R VEHICLES                               52.2201        3,397         5,000         5,000          5,000
M & R EQUIPMENT                              52.2203        1,193         5,000         5,000          5,000
M & R RADIOS                                 52.2204            0           350           350            350
RENTAL OF LAND & BUILDING                    52.2310            0             0             0          1,500
RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT & VEHICLE                52.2320            0           500             0              0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                               4,590        11,850        10,350         11,850


OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT        52.3100       16,368        26,900         6,819              0
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                        52.3210        3,223         3,000         3,000          4,000
ADVERTISING                                  52.3300            0           250             0            500
POSTAGE                                      52.3305           37           100           100          7,000
TRAVEL                                       52.3500        1,278         2,400         2,400          2,400
DUES & FEES                                  52.3600          300           750           750            925
EDUCATION & TRAINING                         52.3700          575         3,500         1,500            500
LICENSES                                     52.3800            0             0             0            500
CONTRACT LABOR                               52.3850      549,354       116,959       175,000        117,232
VENDOR UTILITY REFUND                        52.3852            0             0             0              0

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                571,135       153,859       189,569        133,057

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                          584,758       192,209       220,919        181,407




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                                              ACTUAL        APPROVED      REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED
                                               2007           2008           2009            2009

SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIAL         53.1100        93,807        65,000         48,000          34,000
OFFICE SUPPLIES                     53.1101             0             0          1,000             500
UNIFORMS                            53.1106         1,149         1,200          1,500           1,875
FIRST AID SUPPLIES                  53.1108             0             0            250             625
ENERGY-WATER/SEWAGE                 53.1210         9,340         5,900         10,000           6,500
ENERGY-ELECTRICITY                  53.1230        39,844        52,000         38,000          38,000
ENERGY-GASOLINE/DIESEL              53.1270         6,470         4,200          4,400           8,000
BOOKS & PERODICALS                  53.1400            59             0              0             175
INV PCH FOR RESALE-WATER            53.1510       923,330       773,069      1,060,000       1,018,361
INV PCH FOR RESALE-SEWER            53.1520     1,041,477       743,610        840,000         819,500
SMALL EQUIPMENT                     53.1600           814         3,150          3,500           2,500
OTHER SUPPLIES                      53.1700             0           150            150               0
MISCELLEOUS SUPPLIES                53.1710             0             0              0             250

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                 2,116,290      1,648,279     2,006,800       1,930,286



CAPITAL OUTLAY

BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS               54.1300            0          5,000             0               0
PUMP HOSE & TANK IMPROVEMENT        54.1325            0         10,000             0               0
SHEFFIELD WATER LINES               54.1440            0         80,000             0               0
WATER/SEWER RENOVATION              54.1445            0        289,987       100,000               0
WATER LINE RENOVATION               54.1446            0              0        50,000               0
METERING POINTS (2)                 54.1450            0              0             0               0
MACHINERY                           54.2100            0              0             0               0
BACKHOE PARTIAL PAYMENT             54.2101            0              0             0               0
VEHICLES                            54.2200            0              0             0          20,000
FURNITURE/OFFICE EQUIPMENT          54.2300            0          7,500         2,500           2,000
EQUIPMENT                           54.2500            0              0         5,000           5,000
RADIOS                              54.2510            0              0           300             550

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                   0       392,487       157,800          27,550




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                                               ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
                                                2007          2008            2009             2009

INTRA/INTERFUND CHGS

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS            55.1100      331,023       331,023        273,341           255,563
ALLOCATED NON-PERSONNEL COSTS        55.1105      133,710       133,710              0                 0

TOTAL INTRA/INTERFUND CHGS                       464,733       464,733        273,341           255,563



DEPRECIATION

DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                 56.1000      230,472       133,692        147,061           147,061

TOTAL DEPRECIATION                               230,472       133,692        147,061           147,061

BUDGET CONTINGENCY

BUDGET CONTINGENCY                   57.9000            0            0              0                 0
RESIDUAL EQUITY                      61.4000            0       64,018

TOTAL BUDGET CONTINGENCY                                0       64,018              0                 0



OTHER COSTS

BAD DEBT EXPENSE                     57.4000       27,030         5,000                0              0

TOTAL OTHER COSTS                                 27,030         5,000              0                 0



DEBT SERVICE

REVENUE BOND-PRINCIPAL               58.1100            0              0
REVENUE BOND-INTEREST                58.2100            0              0

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE                                      0              0            0                 0



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                             3,712,719     3,180,801      3,128,854         2,864,800




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ELECTRIC
                                                 ACTUAL         APPROVED       REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED
                                                  2007            2008            2009            2009

REVENUES

UTILITIES/ENTERPRISE

ELECTRIC SALES                       34.4310       9,026,051      7,797,468       8,866,186      9,325,130
CUSTOMER CHOICE SALES                34.4315               0              0               0               0
FACILITY CHARGE                      34.4320          52,146         50,000          50,000          50,000
FEEDER CHARGE                        34.4325          15,999         16,000          16,000          16,000
MEAG TELECOM PROJECT                 34.4330               0         20,000               0               0
POLE ATTACHEMENT CHARGE              34.4331          (5,700)
METER CHARGES                        34.4335          35,040         36,000         51,200           51,200
LATE FEES-ELECTRIC                   34.4340          97,893         75,346         85,000           85,000
BAD CHECK FEES                       34.9000           3,408              0              0                0
LATE FEES                            34.9305          12,126              0              0                0
NOTICE FEES                          34.9310          25,280         60,250         18,000           18,000
CONNECTION FEES                      34.9315          33,302         20,460         20,000           20,000

TOTAL UTILITIES/ENTERPRISE                        9,295,545       8,075,524      9,106,386       9,565,330



MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES

INTEREST INCOME                      36.1000        137,278          86,916        170,000          170,000
NET CHANGE IN INVESTMENT             36.1100              0               0              0                0
MISCELLANEOUS INCOME                 38.9000          1,450           1,000          1,000            1,000
VENDOR'S COMPENSATION                38.9100          3,238           3,840          3,000            3,000

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES                        141,966         91,756        174,000          174,000



PRIOR YEAR RESERVES

ALLOCATED FROM PRIOR YEAR RESERVES   38.9500               0               0             0               0

TOTAL PRIOR YEAR RESERVES                                 0                0             0               0



PROCEEDS OF FIXED ASSETS

SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                 39.2100               0               0             0               0

TOTAL PROCEEDS OF FIXED ASSETS                            0                0             0               0



TOTAL REVENUES                                   9,437,511       8,167,280      9,280,386        9,739,330




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ELECTRIC
                                                          ACTUAL        APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                                           2007           2008           2009           2009

EXPENDITURES

PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100       194,498       186,711       530,389        505,602
OVERTIME                                        51.1300        27,302         5,000         5,000          5,000
ACCRUED BENEFIT ADJUSTMENT                      51.1320         1,738             0             0              0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                         223,538       191,711       535,389        510,602


PERSONNEL-SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100        52,033        53,993       134,846        127,808
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200        16,555        14,666        40,957         39,061
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400        16,801             0        49,136         40,876
TUITION REIMBURSEMENT                           51.2500             0         1,000         1,000          1,000
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX                      51.2600           260           260           625            625
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700         3,999         3,200         7,500          7,500

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                         89,648        73,119       234,064        216,870

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                      313,186      264,830       769,453        727,472

PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205           708           500         2,500          3,000
PROF SERV.-AUDIT                                52.1210         8,000         8,000         8,000          8,000
PROF SERV.-TECH                                 52.1300             0             0             0              0
PROF SERV.-SOFTWARE & LICENSE                   52.1301             0         1,000         1,000              0
PROF SERV.-ENG                                  52.1302             0         7,000        10,000         13,500
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305            61         3,000         3,000          1,000

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                   8,769        19,500        24,500         25,500


PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

M & R VEHICLES                                  52.2201        43,364        45,000        25,000         15,000
M & R EQUIPMENT                                 52.2203         5,818        10,000         9,000         13,265
M & R RADIOS                                    52.2204             0           350           350            350
RENTAL OF LAND & BUILDING                       52.2310             0             0             0          1,500
RENTAL OF EQUIP & VEHICLE                       52.2320             0         3,000         3,000          3,000

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                                  49,182        58,350        37,350         33,115




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                                                         ACTUAL        APPROVED      REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED
                                                          2007           2008           2009            2009

OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT          52.3100        15,704        21,589         9,001           9,001
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                          52.3210         3,693         2,000         4,000           6,500
ADVERTISING                                    52.3300             0           150           150             200
POSTAGE                                        52.3305             0           100           100          22,750
PRINTING & BINDING                             52.3400             0           100           100             100
TRAVEL                                         52.3500         9,243         7,500        10,000          11,500
DUES & FEES                                    52.3600         3,507         3,000         3,500           3,675
EDUCATION & TRAINING                           52.3700         3,206         5,000         5,000           6,000
LICENSES                                       52.3800             0             0             0             500
CONTRACT LABOR                                 52.3850       338,555       146,321       525,000         587,248
ELEC. LINE-LABOR/MATERIALS                     52.3851             0       125,000       125,000         125,000
BANK SERVICE CHARGES                           52.3920            23             0             0               0

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                   373,931      310,760       681,851         772,474

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                              431,882      388,610       743,701         831,089



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIAL                    53.1100      259,567        200,000        235,000         235,000
OFFICE SUPPLIES                                53.1101            0            500            500           1,500
UNIFORMS                                       53.1106        1,444          1,500          1,500           1,875
ENERGY-GASOLINE/DIESEL                         53.1270        7,213          7,800          8,500          11,000
SCADA COMMUNICATIONS                           53.1276            0          1,000          3,000               0
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                            53.1400            0            350            350             250
INVENTORY PURCHASED FOR RESALE-ELECTRIC        53.1530    7,589,501      6,300,405      7,871,000       7,706,771
INCENTIVE PROGRAM                              53.1535       52,250         25,000         20,000          10,000
MEAG TELECOM CHARGES                           53.1540            0         28,000          2,500           1,500
SMALL EQUIPMENT                                53.1600        2,255          5,350          5,500           5,500
OTHER SUPPLIES                                 53.1700            0          1,000          1,000             500
MISCELLEOUS SUPPLIES                           53.1710            0              0              0             250

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                            7,912,230      6,570,905     8,148,850       7,974,146




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                                                                                  ACTUAL        APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
                                                                                   2007           2008            2009             2009

CAPITAL OUTLAY

WALMART                                                                 54.1447                                     50,000           50,000
ELECTRIC SYSTEM MAPPING                                                 54.1448             0        30,000          7,500            7,500
ELECTRIC LINES/MATERIAL                                                 54.1451             0       231,916         30,000           30,000
LINE RENOVATION                                                         54.1453             0             0         75,000           75,000
MEAG TELECOM PROJECT                                                    54.1454             0        15,000              0                0
MACHINERY                                                               54.2100             0        75,000         25,000           25,000
VEHICLES                                                                54.2200             0       145,000              0                0
FURNITURE & FIXTURES                                                    54.2300             0         2,500          2,500            7,500
EQUIPMENT                                                               54.2500             0        37,500         15,000           20,000
RADIOS                                                                  54.2510             0             0            300              300

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                       0       536,916        155,300           165,300



INTRA/INTERFUND CHANGES

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS                                               55.1100       246,315       246,315        (64,384)          (52,177)
ALLOCATED NON-PERSONNEL COSTS                                           55.1105       128,697       128,697              0                 0

TOTAL INTRA/INTERFUND CHANGES                                                         375,012      375,012         (64,384)         (52,177)



BUDGET CONTINGENCY

BUDGET CONTINGENCY                                                      57.9000            0               0             0                0
TRANSFER FROM WATER/SEWER                                               61.1505            0               0             0                0

TOTAL BUDGET CONTINGENCY                                                                   0               0             0                0



DEPRECIATION

DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                                                    56.1000       119,022        85,000         93,500           93,500

TOTAL DEPRECIATION                                                                    119,022       85,000         93,500            93,500



BAD DEBTS

BAD DEBTS                                                               57.4000        97,526              0               0               0

TOTAL BAD DEBTS                                                                        97,526              0             0                0



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                9,248,858      8,221,273      9,846,420         9,739,330



***We included expenses to cover Public Utilities Admin Staff***




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SOLID WASTE
                                                ACTUAL            APPROVED       REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED
                                                 2007               2008            2009            2009

REVENUES

UTILITIES/ENTERPRISE

SOLID WASTE FEES                    34.4110        1,881,928        1,765,696       1,897,350       1,897,350
LATE PENALTY SOLID WASTE            34.4195           36,792           26,250          33,935          32,775

TOTAL UTILITIES/ENTERPRISE                        1,918,720         1,791,946      1,931,285       1,930,125



OTHER-MISCELLANEOUS

BAD CHECK FEES                      34.9300               895                0             0               0
NOTICE FEES                         34.9310             5,834                0             0               0
CONNECTION FEES                     34.9315             7,694                0             0               0
MISCELLANEOUS INCOME                38.9000                 0                0             0               0

TOTAL OTHER-MISCELLANEOUS                              14,423                0             0               0



INTEREST                            36.1000             (2,070)              0             0               0



PRIOR YEAR RESERVES

ALLOCATED FROM PRIOR YEAR RESERVE   38.9500                70                0             0               0

TOTAL PRIOR YEAR RESERVES                                  70                0             0               0



TOTAL REVENUES                                   1,931,143         1,791,946      1,931,285        1,930,125




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                                           CITY OF NORCROSS
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SOLID WASTE FUND
                                                            ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
                                                             2007          2008            2009             2009

EXPENDITURES

PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                               51.1100              0              0               0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                                0              0               0              0


PERSONNEL-SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                 51.2100              0              0
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                     51.2200              0              0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                        51.2400              0              0
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX                      51.2600              0              0
WORKERS COMPENSATION                            51.2700              0              0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                               0              0               0              0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                             0              0             0                0



INSURANCE EXPENSE


PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                52.1205              0         1,000          3,000            3,000
PROF SERV.-AUDIT                                52.1210          5,000         5,000          3,000            3,000
PROF SERV.-OTHER                                52.1305              0         2,500              0                0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                    5,000         8,500          6,000            6,000


OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

M & R VEHICLES                                  52.2201              0             0           2,500            2,500
INSURANCE OTHER THAN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT           52.3100          2,059         7,464           1,200            1,200
PRINTING & BINDING                              52.3400              0             0               0                0
CONTRACT LABOR                                  52.3850      1,433,888     1,535,830       1,650,000        1,650,000
CITY SOLID WASTE SERVICE                        52.3852         21,324        15,310          15,500           15,500

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                   1,457,271     1,558,604       1,666,700        1,666,700

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                              1,462,271     1,567,104      1,672,700        1,672,700



SUPPLIES

OFFICE SUPPLIES                                 53.1101              0           500              0                0
GASOLINE/DIESEL                                 53.1270                            0          3,500              3500




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                                CITY OF NORCROSS
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                                               ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
                                                2007          2008            2009             2009



TOTAL SUPPLIES                                          0          500          3,500             3,500



CAPITAL OUTLAY

COMPOSTING FACILITY                54.1205              0              0               0              0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                    0              0            0                 0



INTRA/INTERFUND CHGS

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS          55.1100        185,677       185,677         91,165           35,892
ALLOCATED NON-PERSONNEL COSTS      55.1105         38,415        38,415              0                0

TOTAL INTRA/INTERFUND CHGS                       224,092       224,092         91,165            35,892



DEPRECIATION EXPENSE

DEPRECIATION EXPENSE               56.1000              0              0               0              0

TOTAL DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                              0              0            0                 0



BAD DEBTS

BAD DEBTS                          57.4000         21,981              0               0              0

TOTAL BAD DEBTS                                   21,981               0            0                 0

RESIDUAL EQUITY                    61.4000              0              0      163,920           218,033



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                             1,708,344     1,791,696      1,931,285         1,930,125




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STORM WATER
                                                                APPROVED       REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                                                  2008            2009           2009

REVENUES

STORM WATER REVENUE                               31.6300                          913,664        850,000

TOTAL STORM WATER REVENUE                                                  0       913,664        850,000



TOTAL REVENUES                                                             0      913,664        850,000


EXPENDITURES

PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES

REGULAR EMPLOYEES                                 51.1100                          146,211        146,211
OVERTIME                                          51.1300                            5,000          5,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-SALARIES & WAGES                                      0       151,211        151,211


PERSONNEL-SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

GROUP INSURANCE                                   51.2100                           41,612         41,612
FICA/MEDICARE CONTRIBUTIONS                       51.2200                           11,568         11,568
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS                          51.2400                           24,956         24,956
TUITION REIMBURSEMENT                             51.2500                  0        10,500          5,500
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                            51.2600                              200            200
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                             51.2700                              875            875

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                     0        89,711         84,711

TOTAL PERSONNEL SVCS & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                   0       240,922        235,922

PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV.-LEGAL                                  52.1205                            2,000          3,000
PROF SERV.-AUDIT                                  52.1210                  0             0          1,500
PROF SERV.-ENG                                    52.1302                           31,000         31,000
INSURANCE OTHER THAN BENEFIT                      52.3100                            7,500          7,500

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                              0        40,500         43,000


OTHER PURCHASED SVCS

PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

REPAIR & MAINT. VEHICLE                           52.2201                            3,000          2,000
REPAIR & MAINT. EQUIPMENT                         52.2203                            2,000          1,500
REPAIR & MAINT. STORM WATER SYSTEM                52.2209                           25,000         25,173

OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                                                30,000         28,673




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STORM WATER
                                                     APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
                                                       2008            2009             2009



STORM WATER MANAGEMENT                 52.2146                            4,000            4,000
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS                  52.3210                            2,450            2,450
PRINTING & BINDING                     52.3400                            1,000            1,000
TRAVEL                                 52.3500                            3,000            3,000
DUES & FEES                            52.3600                              595              595
EDUCATION & TRAINING                   52.3700                            2,800            2,800
CONTRACT LABOR                         52.3850                           50,000           50,000

TOTAL OTHER PURCHASED SVCS                                      0        63,845           63,845

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                                 0       134,345          135,518



SUPPLIES

GENERAL SUPPLIES & MATERIAL            53.1100                            3,100            2,000
OFFICE SUPPLIES                        53.1101                            1,000            1,000
UNIFORMS                               53.1106                            3,600            3,600
GASOLINE/DIESEL                        53.1270                           10,000           10,000
BOOKS & PERIODICALS                    53.1400                            1,000            1,000
SMALL EQUIPMENT                        53.1600                            2,000            2,000
MISCELLANEOUS                          53.1710                              500              500

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                                  0        21,200           20,100



CAPITAL OUTLAY

VEHICLE                                54.2200           28,000          25,000           25,000
EQUIPMENT                              54.2500                0           4,500            4,500
CAPITAL RESERVE                        54.2502                0         350,000          386,073
STORM WATER IMPROVEMENTS               54.2503                0          97,000           97,000

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                            0       476,500          512,573



INTRA/INTERFUND CHGS

ALLOCATED PERSONNEL COSTS              55.1100           60,605          (54,113)         (54,113)
ALLOCATED NON-PERSONNEL COSTS          55.1105

TOTAL INTRA/INTERFUND CHGS                               60,605         (54,113)         (54,113)



DEPRECIATION

DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                   56.1000                  0               0               0

TOTAL DEPRECIATION                                              0             0                0

RESIDUAL EQUITY TRANSFER OUT          61.4000                   0             0                0

TOTAL RESIDUAL EQUITY TRANSFER OUT                              0             0                0

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                      60,605         818,854          850,000



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                                       CITY OF NORCROSS
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                   GENERAL FUND

                                              ACTUAL        APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
DEPARTMENT/PROJECT
                                               2007           2008            2009             2009

General Government
Vehicles                            54.2200             0        20,000               0                0
Furniture                           54.2300            0          5,000          3,000            3,000
Computer Equipment                  54.2400        4,388              0              0                0
Equipment                           54.2500            0          5,000          2,500            9,000

Total GGA Department                               4,388         30,000          5,500           12,000

IT Department
Furniture.                          54.2300            0          2,000          1,000                0
Computer Equipment                  54.2400            0         30,000         20,000           15,000
Office Built Out/Renovation         54.2403            0         65,000              0                0
Municipal Data Center               54.2404            0        100,000         10,000                0
Disaster Recovery                   54.2405            0         32,500              0                0
Financial Management Software       54.2406            0        234,000         20,000          150,000
Gis                                 54.2407            0         81,510         10,000           10,000
Community Development Application   54.2408            0         93,782         10,000            5,000
Community Mobile Application        54.2409            0          7,500              0                0
Equipment                           54.2500            0              0              0                0

Total IT Department                                    0        646,292         71,000          180,000

City Clerk
Furniture.                          54.2300            0          7,500                0              0
Computer Equipment                  54.2400            0              0                0              0
Equipment                           54.2500            0              0                0              0

Total City Clerk                                       0          7,500                0              0

Court Services Department
Machinery                           54.2100
Furniture & Fixtures                54.2300            0               0               0              0
Computers                           54.2400            0               0               0              0
Equipment                           54.2500            0               0               0              0

Total Court Services Department                        0               0               0              0

City Marshal Department
Machinery                           54.2100            0               0               0
Vehicles                            54.2200            0               0               0              0
Furniture & Fixtures                54.2300            0               0               0              0
Computers                           54.2400            0               0               0              0
Equipment                           54.2500            0               0               0              0
Weapons                             54.2505            0               0               0              0
Radios                              54.2510        3,844               0               0              0
Technical Software And Computers    54.2506            0               0               0              0

Total-City Marshal Department                      3,844               0               0              0




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                                           CITY OF NORCROSS
                                              2009 BUDGET

Police
Machinery                               54.2100        3,300     5,000    5,000    5,000
Vehicles                                54.2200      139,280   216,000   40,500        0
Furniture & Fixtures                    54.2300            0     3,000    3,000    3,000
Equipment                               54.2500            0         0    8,400    8,400
Weapons                                 54.2505            0     4,700    3,500    3,500
Technology Surcharge/Computers          54.2506        5,684         0        0        0
Radios                                  54.2510            0    38,404   17,064   12,798

Total Police Department                              148,264   267,104   77,464   32,698

Public Works/Utilities Administration
Municipal Complex                       54.1305       47,110         0        0        0
Benches & Trash Cans                    54.1414            0     5,000    2,500    2,500
Park Improvements                       54.1415            0    25,000   25,000   15,000
Machinery                               54.2100            0    10,800        0        0
Vehicles                                54.2200       17,805   110,000   32,000        0
Furniture & Fixtures                    54.2300            0         0   10,000        0
Computers                               54.2400        5,308         0        0        0
Equipment                               54.2500        5,467         0    9,500    9,500

Total-Pub.Works/Util. Administration                  75,691   150,800   79,000   27,000




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                                       CITY OF NORCROSS
                                          2009 BUDGET

Street Department
Machinery                           54.2100            0           0         0        0
Vehicles                            54.2200            0           0         0        0
Equipment                           54.2500            0           0         0        0
Radios                              54.2510            0           0         0        0

Total-Street Department                                0           0         0        0

Cultural Art Department
Community Center Renovation         54.1313            0      10,000    10,000        0
Community Center Repairs            54.1314       36,245           0    12,000   12,000
Furniture                           54.2300            0      13,500         0        0
Computer Equipment                  54.2400            0           0         0        0
Elevator                            54.2401      110,254     450,000         0        0
Equipment                           54.2500            0       6,500    56,000        0

Total-Cultural Art Department                    146,499     480,000    78,000   12,000

Community Development Department
Way Finding Signage                 54.1110      124,157      50,000         0        0
Tree Grant                          54.1111            0      38,900         0        0
Vehicles                            54.2200       28,252      60,000         0        0
Furniture & Fixtures                54.2300            0           0    10,000   10,000
Computers                           54.2400            0           0         0        0



Total-Community Development Dept.                152,409     148,900    10,000   10,000

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                      531,096    1,084,304   249,964   81,698




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                                  CITY OF NORCROSS
                                     2009 BUDGET

WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT

                                         ACTUAL       APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
              PROJECT
                                          2007          2008           2009           2009

Building Improvements          54.1300            0         5,000             0              0
Pump Hose & Tank Improvement   54.1325            0        10,000             0              0
Sheffield Water Lines          54.1440            0        80,000             0              0
Water/Sewer Renovation         54.1445            0       289,987       100,000              0
Sheffield Water Lines          54.1446            0             0        50,000              0
Machinery                      54.2100            0             0             0              0
Backhoe Partial Payment        54.2101            0             0             0              0
Furniture/Office Equipment     54.2300            0         7,500         2,500          2,000
Equipment                      54.2500            0             0         5,000          5,000
Radios                         54.2510            0             0           300

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                        0      392,487        157,800         7,000




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                                CITY OF NORCROSS
                                   2009 BUDGET

ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT

                                       ACTUAL       APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                PROJECT
                                        2007          2008           2009           2009

Electric System Mapping      54.1448            0        30,000         7,500          7,500
Electric Lines/Material      54.1451            0       231,916        30,000         30,000
Meag Telecom Project         54.1454            0        15,000             0              0
Machinery                    54.2100            0        75,000        25,000         25,000
Vehicles                     54.2200            0       145,000             0              0
Furniture & Fixtures         54.2300            0         2,500         2,500          7,500
Equipment                    54.2500            0        37,500        15,000         20,000

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                      0      536,916        80,000         90,000




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                                CITY OF NORCROSS
                                   2009 BUDGET

SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT

                                       ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
                PROJECT
                                        2007          2008            2009             2009

Composting Facility          54.1205            0              0               0            0

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                      0              0           0                0




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                                CITY OF NORCROSS
                                   2009 BUDGET

2005 SPLOST

                                       ACTUAL       APPROVED      REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED
               PROJECT
                                        2007          2008           2009            2009

Land                         54.1100            0             0      1,300,000
Facility Renovation          54.1414      105,312       320,000        700,000        700,000
Park Improvements            54.1415            0     1,900,000              0              0
Street Improvements          54.1441            0     1,200,000        500,000              0
Webb Field Improvement       54.2200            0             0        700,000
Building Purchase            54.2514            0             0      1,400,000       1,400,000

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES               105,312      3,420,000     4,600,000       2,100,000




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                             CITY OF NORCROSS
                                2009 BUDGET

HOTEL/MOTEL

                                  ACTUAL        APPROVED       REQUESTED   RECOMMENDED
              PROJECT
                                   2007           2008            2009         2009


TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                 0               0           0            0




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                             CITY OF NORCROSS
                                2009 BUDGET

SPECIAL SEIZED DRUG FUND

                                  ACTUAL        APPROVED       REQUESTED   RECOMMENDED
            PROJECT
                                   2007           2008            2009         2009


TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                 0               0           0            0




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                                CITY OF NORCROSS
                                   2009 BUDGET

FEDERAL SEIZED DRUG FUND

                                       ACTUAL        APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                PROJECT
                                        2007           2008           2009           2009

Machinery                    54.2100         4,373             0             0              0
Vehicles                     54.2200        27,000             0             0              0
Drug Dog K-9                 54.2225        19,000             0             0              0
Computers                    54.2400             0             0       212,500        212,500
Equipment                    54.2500        45,800        16,171             0              0
Weapons                      54.2505        26,606        13,408             0              0
Visionary Software           54.2506                     250,842             0              0

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                122,779       280,421        212,500        212,500




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                                      CITY OF NORCROSS
                                         2009 BUDGET

TECHNOLOGY SURCHARGE

                                             ACTUAL        BUDGET      REQUESTED     APPROVED
               PROJECT
                                              2006          2007          2008         2008

Machinery                          54.2100             0           0             0            0
Computers                          54.2400             0           0             0            0
Equipment                          54.2500             0           0             0            0
City Wide Technology & Computers   54.2509             0      90,675        90,000       90,000

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                             0      90,675        90,000       90,000




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                                    CITY OF NORCROSS
                                       2009 BUDGET


DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

                                           ACTUAL        APPROVED       REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
           PROJECT
                                            2007           2008            2009           2009

Land                             54.1100       245,000              0        85,000         85,000

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                    245,000               0       85,000         85,000




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                                CITY OF NORCROSS
                                   2009 BUDGET


STORM WATER

                                       ACTUAL      BUDGET      REQUESTED     APPROVED
               PROJECT
                                        2006        2007          2008         2008

Vehicle                      54.2200    #REF!         28,000        25,000        25,000
Equipment                    54.2500    #REF!              0         4,500         4,500
Capital Reserve              54.2502    #REF!              0       350,000       386,073
Storm Water Improvements     54.2503    #REF!              0        97,000        97,000

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES              #REF!         28,000       476,500       512,573




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                                  CITY OF NORCROSS
                                     2009 BUDGET

2005 SPLOST
                                              ACTUAL           APPROVED       REQUESTED      RECOMMENDED
                                               2007               2008           2009            2009

REVENUES

SPLOST 2005 REVENUE               34.1302       1,611,089        1,680,000       1,600,000       1,600,000
INTEREST REVENUE                  36.1000          63,515           87,360          75,000          75,000
PRIOR YEAR                        38.9000                        2,252,640       3,000,000       3,000,000

TOTAL REVENUES                                 1,674,604        4,020,000       4,675,000       4,675,000




EXPENDITURES

PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PROF SERV.-OTHER                  52.1305             47,526       400,000         75,000          75,000

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                      47,526       400,000          75,000          75,000



CAPITAL OUTLAY

LAND                              54.1100                  0             0       1,300,000       1,300,000
POLICE/COURT RENOVATION           54.1306             69,030             0
KUDZU ART RENOVATION              54.1307             35,322             0
FACILITY RENOVATION               54.1414            105,312       320,000        700,000         700,000
PARK IMPROVEMENTS                 54.1415                  0     1,900,000
STREET IMPROVEMENTS               54.1441                  0     1,200,000
STREET RESURFACING                54.2512                                          500,000         500,000
WEBB FIELD IMPROVEMENT            54.2200                 0               0        700,000         700,000
BUILDING PURCHASE                 54.2514                 0               0      1,400,000       1,400,000

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                             209,664         3,420,000      4,600,000       4,600,000



CONTINGENCIES

CONTINGENCIES                     57.9000                 0        200,000

TOTAL CONTINGENCIES                                       0       200,000               0               0



DEBT SERVICE

CHURCH PROPERTY                   58.1000            625,000              0             0               0

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE                               625,000                  0             0               0


TOTAL EXPENDITURES                               882,190        4,020,000       4,675,000       4,675,000




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                                  CITY OF NORCROSS
                                     2009 BUDGET

HOTEL/MOTEL
                                              ACTUAL           APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                               2007              2008           2009           2009

REVENUES

HOTEL/MOTEL REVENUE               31.4100            198,901       170,000       170,000        170,000
INTEREST REVENUES                 36.1000                751             0

TOTAL REVENUES                                   199,652         170,000        170,000        170,000




EXPENDITURES

PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PROFESSIONAL SERV. - OTHER        52.1305              3,200             0        20,000         20,000
CIVIC PARTICIPATION               52.3201                120             0             0              0
MARKETING PLAN                    52.3231            188,100       120,000        49,950         49,950
WEB SITE STRATEGY                 52.3236                  0             0
ADVERTISING                       52.3300             17,159             0        35,000         35,000
CONTRACT LABOR                    52.3850                  0        45,000        85,050         85,050

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                  208,579          165,000       170,000         170,000



SUPPLIES

OFFICE SUPPLIES                   53.1101                 0          1,000

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                            0         1,000             0              0



CONTINGENCIES

CONTINGENCIES                     57.9000                 0          4,000

TOTAL CONTINGENCIES                                       0         4,000             0              0



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                               208,579         170,000        170,000        170,000




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                                  CITY OF NORCROSS
                                     2009 BUDGET

SPECIAL SEIZED DRUG FUND
                                              ACTUAL           APPROVED       REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                               2007              2008            2009           2009

REVENUES

SPECIAL INVESTIGATION FUND REV    34.2105             40,000        9,540          16,475         16,475

TOTAL REVENUES                                       40,000        9,540          16,475         16,475




EXPENDITURES

PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

INFORMANT PAY                     52.3206                 0         3,000              0              0

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                           0         3,000              0              0



SUPPLIES

SMALL EQUIPMENT                   53.1600                 0         6,540              0              0

TOTAL SUPPLIES                                            0         6,540              0              0



CAPITAL OUTLAY

MACHINERY                         54.2100              5,000              0             0              0
COMPUTERS                         54.2400                  0              0             0              0
EQUIPMENT                         54.2500             35,000              0        16,475         16,475

TOT CAPITAL OUTLAY                                   40,000               0       16,475         16,475


TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                   40,000        9,540          16,475         16,475




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                                  CITY OF NORCROSS
                                     2009 BUDGET

FEDERAL SEIZED DRUG FUND
                                              ACTUAL           APPROVED      REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                               2007              2008           2009           2009

REVENUES

FEDERAL SPECIAL INVEST FUND REV   34.2104            122,779       280,421       212,500        212,500

TOTAL REVENUES                                  122,779          280,421        212,500        212,500




EXPENDITURES

CAPITAL OUTLAY

MACHINERY                         54.2100              4,373             0             0              0
VEHICLES                          54.2200             27,000             0             0              0
DRUG DOG K-9                      54.2225             19,000             0             0              0
COMPUTERS                         54.2400                  0             0       212,500        212,500
EQUIPMENT                         54.2500             45,800        16,171             0              0
WEAPONS                           54.2505             26,606        13,408             0              0
VISIONARY SOFTWARE                54.2506                          250,842             0              0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                             122,779          280,421       212,500         212,500


TOTAL EXPENDITURES                              122,779          280,421        212,500        212,500




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                                                CITY OF NORCROSS
                                                   2009 BUDGET


TECHNOLOGY SURCHARGE FUND
                                                               ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED       RECOMMENDED
                                                                2007          2008            2009             2009

REVENUES

TECHNOLOGY SURCHARGE REVENUE                         35.1193                    90,675          90,000           90,000

TOTAL REVENUES                                                          0      90,675          90,000           90,000




EXPENDITURES

PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS

PROF SERV. - SOFTWARE & LICENSE                      52.1301            0              0               0             0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SVCS                           0              0            0                0



PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS

COMMUNICATION                                        52.3200            0              0               0             0

TOTAL PURCHASED PROPERTY SVCS                                           0              0            0                0



CAPITAL OUTLAY

MACHINERY                                            54.2100            0            0               0                0
COMPUTERS                                            54.2400            0            0               0                0
EQUIPMENT                                            54.2500            0            0               0                0
CITY WIDE TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTERS                     54.2509            0       90,675          90,000           90,000

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                    0       90,675         90,000           90,000



TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                      0      90,675          90,000           90,000
                                      CITY OF NORCROSS
                                         2009 BUDGET


DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
                                                     ACTUAL       APPROVED       REQUESTED     RECOMMENDED
                                                      2007          2008            2009           2009

REVENUES

INTERGOV TRANSFER                        33.6007        500,000             0
85 BOSTIC PROPERTY RENT                  38.1000              0             0          8,340          8,340
NORTHERN STAR LOAN REPAYMENT             38.1001              0             0          2,100          2,100
PRIOR YEAR RESERVE                       38.9500              0       189,500        167,575        167,575



TOTAL REVENUES                                        500,000       189,500         178,015        178,015



EXPENDITURES

PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS

PROF SERVICES - LEGAL                    52.1205         10,000        15,000         15,000         15,000
DESIGN COMMITTEE                         52.3231         60,000        25,000          6,000         14,875
PROMOTION COMMITTEE                      52.3232         50,000        15,000          2,500         14,875
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE           52.3233         60,000        40,000         50,000         14,875
ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE                   52.3234          5,000         7,500          1,000         14,875
TRAVEL                                   52.3500          1,000         5,000          2,000          2,000
DUES & FEES                              52.3600          1,000         1,000            250            250
EDUCATION & TRAINING                     52.3700          3,000         3,000          3,000          3,000
CONTRACT LABOR                           52.3850         50,000        63,000              0              0

TOTAL PURCHASED/CONTRACTED SVCS                        240,000       174,500         79,750         79,750



SUPPLIES

SUPPLIES                                 53.1101              0             0          2,500          2,500
SPECIAL PROJECTS                         53.1707         15,000        15,000          5,000          5,000
MISCELLANEOUS                            53.1710              0             0          1,000          1,000

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                    15,000        15,000          8,500          8,500



CAPITAL OUTLAY

LAND                                     54.1100        245,000              0        85,000         85,000

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                   245,000               0       85,000         85,000

NOTE PAYABLE

NOTE PAYABLE BOSTIC STREET PROPERTY     58.1301               0              0        4,765          4,765


TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                    500,000       189,500         178,015        178,015




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                         City of Norcross 2009 Revenue




                                    City Clerk
                                       2%
                Mayor and Council                    City Wide
                                                                 GGA
                       2%                                4%
                                                                  6%
 Public Works                           Gen Expenditures               IT
     10%                                      0%                       5%
                                                                            City Manager
                                                                                 2%
 Court
  4%




Comm. Dev.
   27%


                                                                                Police
                                                                                 36%




                                          Cultural Art
                                              2%
                                 2009 General Fund Revenue by %


                                       Interest Income
                                             2%
                                                           Miscellaneous
               Police/Court Revenues
                                                                1%
                        17%




Charges for Services
        1%




  Intergovernmental
         18%




                                                                           Taxes
                                                                            58%
          License/Permits
                3%
                    2009 General Fund Expenses by %




                                         City Clerk   City Wide   GGA
                                            2%            4%      6%
               Mayor and Council
                      2%                                                IT
                                                                        5%
         Public Works
             10%                                                             City Manager
                                                                                  2%

 Court
  4%




Comm. Dev.
   27%
                                                                                  Police
                                                                                   36%

                                   Cultural Art
                                       2%
                       Water/Sewer 2009 Revenue by %



                   Other Charges        Gwinnett Reimburse
                        2%                      1%

Water/Sewer Tap Fees
                                                             Interest Income
        3%
                                                                   0%




                                            Water/Sewer Charges
                                                   94%
                          2009 Water/Sewer Expenses by %



                          Personnel Cost Alloc.   Depreciation
                                  9%                  5%         Personnel and Benfits
                                                                         11%
         Capital Outlay                                                                  Purch. Contract Ser.
              1%                                                                                 6%




                                                                                           Supplies
                                                                                             3%




Purchase Sewer Ser.
       29%
                                                                            Purchase Water
                                                                                 36%
2009 Solid Waste Revenue by %



                  Late fees
                     2%




                   Solid Waste Fees
                         98%
2009 Solid Waste Expenses by %




                         Personnel Allocation
                                 2%




Purch,. Contract Serv.
         98%
                 2009 Electric Revenue by %


                          Interest Income
                                2%

        Other Charges                         Miscellaneous
             2%                                    0%




Electric Sales
    96%
                               2009 Electric Expenses by %



                                      Personnel Cost Alloc.   Depreciation
                                             -1%                  1%
                     Capital Outlay                                          Personnel and Benefits
                          1%                                                          8%

                 Supplies
                   3%
                                                                                              Purch. Contract Ser.
                                                                                                      8%




Purchase Electric Meag
         78%
                 2009 Strom Water Expenses by %




                  Personnel Cost Alloc.
                         -6%


                                                     Personnel and Benefits
                                                             25%




Capital Outlay
     53%


                                                             Purchase Contract Ser.
                                                                     14%




                                                  Supplies
                                                    2%
              Total of All 2009 City Funds $31,264,622 by % and Fund Type


                                    Spec. Seized Drug   Fed. Seized Drug
                                           0%                  1%
                     Hotel/ Motel                                     Tech. Surcharge
                         0%                                                  0%
       2005 SPLOST                                                                Downtown Dev, Auth.
          15%                                                                            1%
Storm Water
    3%

                                                                                            General Fund
                                                                                               34%
Solid Waste
     6%




                     Electric                                                   Water/Sewer
                       31%                                                          9%
               Gen Revenue
Taxes                             6,135,000
License/Permits                     325,000
Intergovernmental                 1,905,200
Charges for Services                133,177
Police/Court Revenues             1,809,000
Interest Income                     180,000
Miscellaneous                        71,000
Allocated from Prior Years


                                 10,558,377


             Gen Expenditures
GGA                                 639,241
IT                                  570,398
City Manager                        259,706
Police                            3,800,202
Cultural Art                        222,515
Comm. Dev.                        2,810,712
Court                               398,992
Public Works                      1,049,109
Mayor and Council                   179,198
City Clerk                          159,997
City Wide                           468,308

                                 10,558,377
              Enterprise Funds


Water/SewerRevenue
Water/Sewer Charges               2,700,300
Water/Sewer Tap Fees                 94,000
Other Charges                        50,000
Gwinnett Reimburse                   20,000
Interest Income                         500
                                  2,864,800


Electric                          9,739,330
Solid Waste                       1,930,125
Storm Water                         850,000




                                              Supplies
                                              Capital Outlay
                                              Personnel Cost Alloc.
Electric Revenue                      General Fund          $   10,558,377
Electric Sales           9,325,130    Water/Sewer           $    2,864,800
Other Charges              240,200    Electric              $    9,739,330
Interest Income            170,000    Solid Waste           $    1,930,125
Miscellaneous                4,000    Storm Water           $      850,000
                                      2005 SPLOST           $    4,675,000
                         9,739,330    Hotel/ Motel          $      170,000
                                      Spec. Seized Drug     $       16,475
                                      Fed. Seized Drug      $      212,500
Solid Waste Revenue                   Tech. Surcharge       $       90,000
Solid Waste Fees         1,897,350    Downtown Dev, Auth.   $      178,015
Late fees                   32,775                          $   31,284,622


Solid Waster Expenses
Purch,. Contract Serv.   1,666,700
Personnel Allocation        35,892


Electric Expense
Personnel and Benefits     769,453
Purch. Contract Ser.       806,341
Purchase Electric Meag   7,706,771
Supplies                   267,375
Capital Outlay             165,300
Personnel Cost Alloc.      (69,410)
Depreciation                93,500
                         9,739,330


Water/Sewer Expenses
Personnel and Benfits      322,933
Purch. Contract Ser.       164,175
Supplies                    92,425
Purchase Water           1,018,361
Purchase Sewer Ser.        819,500
Capital Outlay              27,550
Personnel Cost Alloc.      272,795
Depreciation               147,061

                         2,864,800


Storm Water Expenses
Personnel and Benefits    235,922
Purchase Contract Ser.    135,518
Supplies                   20,100
Capital Outlay            512,573
Personnel Cost Alloc.     (54,113)
                          850,000
                                                                         

                                                  

November 7, 2008 

To:            Warren Hutmacher, City Manager 

From:          Brad Williams, IT Director 

Subject:       Council Chambers‐Audio/Video 

 

From past experience in outfitting Council Chambers with audio and video technology to record 
or broadcast meetings, here are the technology items I feel would be required to provide a 
suitable atmosphere and improved viewing of live meetings for citizens: 

    A. New audio receivers and speakers to replace the current audio system which was 
       designed for mainly musical performances, not meetings. Speakers would need to be 
       strategically located along the side walls and overhead to provide clarity to all audience 
       members regardless of whether they were in the very back of the room or close to the 
       dais. 
        
    B. Video projection equipment.  There are a few options the city can consider as far as how 
       the meeting is displayed in the chambers.  One option would be a large projection 
       screen that lowers/rises from a fixed location by the dais and the signal originates from 
       a projector placed overhead and suspended from the ceiling.  Another option is to use 
       smaller video monitors/flat screen TV’s placed on each side of the dais itself and also 
       midway down on the walls on either side of the chambers.  
        
    C. Fairly extensive new wiring will likely be required, as will a small, secured area where all 
       the receivers and other equipment would be located on a permanent basis. The 
       recording equipment would tie directly into the new system at this location. 

I am presently arranging to have Mike Marlowe of NSynch make a site visit and advise further 
on the options and costs of this project.  In my experience, I believe a very good solution can be 
designed and implemented for under $50,000.   
  
                                 City of Norcross                             65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                               Norcross, GA 30071



                                   Agenda Request
                                   File Number: 08-1564

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                               Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                        Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Revision of Position Allocation Chart




City of Norcross                             Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
                     City of Norcross
              Grade and Compensation Plan

16   Community Center Assistant                     24,605 - 40,317
     (Part-Time 20 hrs per week)

     Street Light Equipment Operator (Part Time)    25,834 - 42,333
17   Public Works Storm Water Maintenance
     Public Works Street Maintenance Worker

18   Pub. Util. Meter Reader (Customer Ser. Tech)   27,126 - 44,450
     Pub. Wks Storm Water Light Equip Operator
     Code Enforcement Administrative Coord.
     GGA Receptionist
     Public Utilities Equipment Operator
19   Public Works Storm Water Equipment
     Operator
     Public Works Equipment Operator                28,483 - 46,672

20   GGA Customer Service Officer II                29,907 - 49,006

     Administrative Coordinators:
21     GGA, Public Works & Public Utilities         31,402 - 51,456
     Police Communications Officer
     Court Records Clerk
     GGA Property Tax Officer
     GGA Occupational Tax Officer
     GGA Customer Service Officer I
     Police Record Clerk
     GGA Accounts Payable Officer

22   Police Red Light/Evidence Custodian            32,972 - 54,029



23   GGA Accounts Receivable Officer                34,621 - 56,730
     Admin Coordinator/Chief of Police
     Public Utilities Billing Technician
     Code Enforcement Officer (1)
     Police Communications Supervisor
     Deputy Clerk of Court



24   Public Utilities Electrical Field Technician   36,352 - 59,567
     Public Utilities Field Technician
     Police Investigator
  25      Master Police Officer                          38,170 - 62,345
          Public Utilities Journey Lineman
  26                                                     40,078 - 65,672

  27      Cultural & Events Center Director              42,082 - 68,956
          Human Resources Manager
          Electric Lineman
          Sewer Supervisor
          Street Superintendent
          IT Coordinator (Helpdesk)
          Police Sergeant
  28                                                     44,186 - 72,404

  29      GGA Financial Analyst                          46,395 - 76,024

  30      Code Enforcement Supervisor
          Police Lieutenant                              48,718 - 76,024

  31      Public Relations Cord. (PT $25/Hr 16 Hrs/Wk)   51,151 - 83,816

  32                                                     53,709 - 88,007

  33      Police Captain                                 56,394 - 92,408

  34      City Engineer                                   59,214 - 97,028
  35                                                     62,174 - 101,880
  36                                                     65,283 - 106,974
                      Department Heads
          Clerk of Court                                  40,840 - 65,344
          City Clerk                                      57,802 - 92,483
          Dir./Public Utilities                           62,852 - 100,563
          Director of GGA                                63,029 -100,846
          Dir/Public Wks                                 62,852 - 100,563
          Dir/Information T.                             80,000 - 128,000
          Dir/Comm. Dev.                                 74,208 - 118,733
          Police Chief                                   70,182 - 117,691
Jan. 09
                                  City of Norcross                            65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                               Norcross, GA 30071



                                   Agenda Request
                                   File Number: 08-1561

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                               Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                        Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Police Department Early Retirement

         Staff Recommendation
         Due to the physically demanding position that police officers endure,
         it is recommended that the city offer a Voluntary Retirement program
         to any officer who is 55 years of age and has 20 years of service to
         retire with no reduced benefits.

         Fiscal Action Required
         $8,424.00 (Impact Benefit Improvement)




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                                City of Norcross                               65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                                Norcross, GA 30071



                                   Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1579

      Introduced: 11/7/2008                              Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                         Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         CID Contract Renewal for Norcross Police Officers




City of Norcross                            Page 1                                  Printed on 11/14/2008
      INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
                          SERVICES

       THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this 1st day of December,
2008 by and between the Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District
(hereinafter referred to as “the CID”), a community improvement district created
by the State of Georgia, Ga. Laws 2001, p. 3709 et seq., and Norcross, Georgia
(hereinafter referred to as “the City”), a political subdivision of the State of
Georgia, acting through the City Council of Norcross .

        In order to promote and in the interests of efficient law enforcement in the
CID and the City, the parties have entered into this Agreement as provided for in
Article IX, Section IV, Paragraph II and Article IX, Section III, Paragraph I of the
1983 Georgia Constitution and Section 15-16-13 of the Official Code of Georgia
and in Ga. Laws 2001, page 3709 et seq., Section 10.

       In consideration of the mutual benefits and promises exchanged by the
parties to this Agreement, it is agreed as follows:

      1.Term. This Agreement shall be binding on the parties hereto for the
      period commencing December 1, 2008and ending at midnight on the 31st
      day of December, 2009. This Agreement shall be automatically renewed
      on an annual basis beginning January 1 and ending on December 31 of
      the succeeding year unless this Agreement is terminated pursuant to
      Paragraph 7 or until the expiration of fifty years from the effective date of
      this Agreement.

      2.Additional Police Protection Services. The CID and the City agree
      that the Norcross Police Department shall furnish two additional full time
      police officers within the boundaries of the CID (and also within the limits
      of the City of Norcross) over and above that normally provided to enforce
      all local, state, and federal laws. The City shall furnish all personnel,
      services, facilities, vehicles, and equipment to carry out these functions.
      However, the Norcross Police Chief (hereinafter, “the Police Chief”) or his
      designee shall have sole discretion as to the method and manner of
      lawfully providing and performing the additional police protection services.
      The Police Chief or his designee alone shall determine staffing, hours of
      duty, location, assignments, and any other element of providing the
      additional police protection services, and he may make such temporary or
      permanent changes as are necessary in his judgment to protect the
      citizens of the City of Norcross.         The Uniform Commander shall
      periodically consult with the CID Executive Director on staffing, hours of
      duty, location, and assignments. Police officers performing the additional
      police protection services shall be and remain employees of the City of
Norcross subject to the direction and control of the Police Chief and his
command staff.

3.Contacts. The CID Executive Director or his designee shall be the
CID’s liaison with the City pertaining to law enforcement matters in the
CID. Such liaison responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to
resolution of problems, complaints or conflicts that may arise. The
Uniform Commander shall be the City’s liaison with the CID pertaining to
law enforcement matters in the CID.

4.Payment of Actual Costs. The City shall invoice the CID monthly at
the rate of $10,600 for the additional police protection service actually
provided in the prior month. This amount constitutes $63,600 for each
police officer (for 13 months). The CID shall remit payment within 30 days
of receipt of the City’s invoice. Payments not received by the City within
35 days of the date of its invoice shall accrue interest at the rate of 12%
annually.

5. Limitation of Liability. While the Uniform Commander shall use his
best efforts to provide additional police protection services in an amount
and manner so as to satisfy the CID. Therefore, the CID agrees that City,
its officers, and employees shall not be liable for failure to provide
additional police protection services in whole or in part.

6.Indemnity. The CID agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the City and
its officers and employees from any and all claims, damages or expenses
arising out of or in any way related to the actions or omissions of any
agent or employee of the CID. The City, its officers, and employees shall
not be responsible or liable for payment of any sum arising from a claim or
cause of action asserted, or which might have been asserted, against the
CID arising from the acts or omissions of the CID.
To the extent allowed by law, the City agrees to indemnify and hold
harmless the CID and its directors, officers, and employees from any and
all claims, damages or expenses arising out of or in any way related to the
actions or omissions of any agent or employee of the City. The CID, its
directors, officers, and employees shall not be responsible or liable for
payment of any sum arising from a claim or cause of action asserted, or
which might have been asserted, against the City arising from the acts or
omissions of the City.


7.Termination. The CID or the City may cancel and terminate this
Agreement at any time upon six (6) months’ prior written notice. The CID
or the City may cancel and terminate this Agreement for breach by the
other at any time provided ten (10) days’ prior written notice of the
intention to terminate is given.


                                 2
8.Proof of Insurance. The CID shall obtain and maintain policies of
insurance providing coverage for itself and its officials, agents, officers,
and employees for general liability and workers’ compensation. The CID
shall provide written notice to the City of the cancellation of said insurance
policies within 10 days of the receipt of any notice of cancellation.
The City shall obtain and maintain policies of excess insurance providing
coverage for itself and its officials, agents, officers, and employees for
general liability and workers’ compensation. The police officers utilized to
provide services pursuant to this contract shall be covered by workers’
compensation insurance provided by the City, not the CID.

9.No Third Party Beneficiary. No person other than the parties hereto is
the intended beneficiary of the additional police protection services
provided hereunder, and the City may not be held liable for alleged failure
to provide these services to any third party. The parties expressly agree
that no police officer is an intended third party beneficiary of this
Agreement.

10.Merger. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the
parties with respect to the provision of law enforcement and detention
services and supersedes any other agreement or understanding. Any
amendment to or modification of this Agreement including increases in the
hourly rate must be made in writing and signed by the parties to this
Agreement.




                     (SIGNATURES ON NEXT PAGE)




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GWINNETT VILLAGE                 NORCROSS,
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT            GEORGIA
DISTRICT

BY: ____________________        BY: _________________
    (signature)                       (signature)

NAME: Chuck Warbington          NAME: Bucky Johnson

TITLE: Executive Director       TITLE: Mayor


ATTEST: _______________         ATTEST: _____________
         Chairman                      City Clerk

          [SEAL]                               [SEAL]

APPROVED AS TO FORM:            APPROVED AS TO FORM:

________________________        _______________________
CID Attorney                    City Attorney




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                                 City of Norcross                              65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                                Norcross, GA 30071



                                  Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1532

      Introduced: 10/9/2008                              Current Status: Tabled in Council
          Version: 1                                       Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Stormwater Discussion




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                         CITY OF NORCROSS MEETING
                              OCTOBER 12TH, 2008

                 QUESTIONS FROM CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS

Q. #1 – What are the pro’s and con’s of various methods of stormwater user
        fees collection?

                                       Property Tax Bill
       Advantages
       •  Stormwater Utility is parcel based as is property tax parcels
       •  Annual billing relieves the pressure for daily account maintenance = less
          costs
       •  Cost to "piggy-back" on tax database is substantially less costly
       •  Minimal customer service issues over the life of the program
       •  Fee goes directly to land owner and NOT tenant - no need to pursue past due
          stormwater bills when tenants move
       •  Lien property for non-payment (after judgment secured from courts)

       Disadvantages
       •  Stormwater fee resembles a tax
       •  Cash Flow - revenue collection yearly vs. more frequent
       •  Enforcement of non-payment of fee - collection of delinquencies an issue
       •  Tax exempt parcels must be handled separately
       •  Annual tax bill = customer sees one large bill yearly

                                Stand-Alone SW Utility Bill
       Advantages
       •  Customers may be more adept to budget on a monthly basis for fee
       •  Provides increased public education and communication
       •  Customer more readily understands stormwater fee is a "user based"

       Disadvantages
       •  Very expensive to bill monthly/quarterly
       •  Requires more customer service = more costs
                                           Utilities Bill
       Advantages
       •  Stormwater fee is billed with other utility fees
       •  Utility system can enforce non-payment
       •  Cash flow is more even
       •  Strong enforcement mechanism, i.e. discontinuation of existing utility services
       •  Smaller charges compared to annual bill (12 monthly bills vs. 1 annual bill)

       Disadvantages
       •  Tenant issues of non-payment - no efficient way of determining the occupants
          of structures or collection when tenants move
       •  Calculation of stormwater fee more difficult to determine - must take into
          account the proportionate of the fee amongst multiple tenants
       •  Utility billing system is not parcel-based - parcel data does not coincide with
          utility account database = higher setup costs
       •  Non-collectables are typically higher than tax bill

Q. #2 - The user fee presented to council is based on a 5 year stormwater plan. Can the
        stormwater plan be based on a 10 year horizon? If so, can the stormwater fee be
        reduced and by how much?

       The typical stormwater management plan for a stormwater utility is based on a 5-
       year planning horizon due to the fact that costs typically can not be forecast
       beyond the 5-year horizon due to the inherent variability in prices. For example,
       who could have predicted the increases in fuel and insurance six years ago?
       Given the current minimal nature of the program costs, extending the cost of
       service would not significantly change the rate without changes to the Level of
       Service (i.e. cut the costs in the program or delay non-salary line item
       expenditures).

Q. #3 - Of the capital improvement elements currently identified in the 5 year
        stormwater plan, what dollar amount is associated with “catch up” from
        previous years of being unable to perform repairs as a result of lack of funding?
        Correspondingly, what funding is associated with future repairs?

       During the initial budget development, the City’s capital list was limited related
       to stormwater management issues. As such, limited funds were anticipated for the
       program for “catch up” items. As a result, the average funds made available to
       the program for annual capital issues was set at approximately $150,000 with
       allowances for inflation with the exception of Year 1 which was set at $50,000. It
       was assumed that no major capital efforts would be undertaken until Year 2.
       Additionally, a $120,000 per year capital reserve was set aside for emergency
       projects that were not anticipated due to unforeseen failures in the system.

Q. #4 – Review the credit manual and evaluate opportunities to increase credits for
        rainwater harvesting and similar rainwater collection systems.
       The staff has initiated an internal review of this issue and will be bringing a
       revised credit manual for your consideration in the months to come. The current
       considerations are to increase the amount of the credit for rain barrels and then
       add an additional credit for those customers who harvest more rainwater from
       their property. It is anticipated that the total credits for these activities might be
       in the range of approximately 20%. Please note that the City Council will need to
       approve all credit revisions prior to these taking affect.

Q. #5 – Provide a summary of all existing stormwater user fees in Georgia and identify
        the user fee and how it is assessed in that community.

       City / County                  Billing Method                 $ /100sf / Year
       City of Decatur                Tax Bill                       $2.59
       City of Fairburn               Utilities Bill                 $1.45
       City of Fayetteville           Utilities Bill                 $0.93
       City of Griffin                Utilities Bill                 $1.95
       City of Peachtree City         Stand-Alone Bill               $1.03
       Dekalb County                  Tax Bill                       $1.60
       Douglas County                 Utilities Bill                 $1.89
       Gwinnett County                Tax Bill                       $2.01
       Rockdale County                Stand-Alone Bill               $1.19

       City of Norcross               Tax Bill                       $2.17

Q. #6 - Can a “stormwater fee” be applied to all Land Disturbance Permits? If so, what is
        an appropriate fee and could it reduce the stormwater fee for existing residential
        and commercial customers?

       Yes, a “stormwater fee” can be collected during the “Development Plan Review”
       Process to supplement the primary funding mechanism – a stormwater user fee.
       These fees provide some limited revenue to help offset the costs of additional staff
       for stormwater plan review functions and field work. These fees are usually
       dependant on new development or redevelopment and do NOT provide adequate
       income for stormwater services relating to existing infrastructure. The fees
       collected can be highly variable and often associated with the economy of an
       area.

       Since these “Development Plan Review Stormwater Fees” do not distribute the
       costs amongst all the ratepayers, the City of Norcross can assign these expenses
       directly to those parties where regulatory activities are required to protect and
       preserve the public health and safety.

       These separate fees would enhance the equity of the cost distribution by removing
       these costs from the service charge ratepayers while isolating them to those who
       require these services. As such, the user fees for the ratepayers could be
       reduced.

       If Council approves of this form of supplemental income, it will be necessary to
       ensure that no duplication of stormwater services, and consequently fees, are
       assessed to the clientele; i.e. the $40 NPDES Construction Stormwater Discharge
       Fee. In addition, the cost of these “Development Plan Review Stormwater Fees”
       cannot be duplicated in the stormwater rate structure for the ratepayers.

       The collection of this “Development Plan Review Stormwater Fee” will also
       require a review/permitting process that specifically addresses the stormwater
       review of plans. This is to ensure that the clientele is receiving service for the fee
       collected.

       The current Norcross Development Plan Review Fees are applicable to the
       platting process (residential) and the design/construction plan reviews.
       Increasing the current design/construction development review fees by 20% (for a
       dedicated stormwater plan review) for each of the six (6) stages of review could
       provide an additional $520 of income per every new or redevelopment project.

Q. #7 - Identify the specific capital improvement projects in the stormwater plan
        Cemetery @ Hill:       Storm water sheeting across intersection
        Atlantic Blvd.:        Raise curbing add additional catch basin
        Autry:                 Remove gutters and install piping to convey storm water
        Stevens Road:          Install curbs and gutters to convey storm water
        Buchanan:              Install curb and gutter and inlet to existing storm water line
        Rakestraw:             Install curb, gutter, catch basin and drainage pipe
        Davidson Drive:        Evalutate
        Lancelot @ Sheffield: Evaluate
        Kelley Street:         Evaluate
        Holcombridge Rd:       Evaluate


Q. #8 - Was the original presented Stormwater Program Cost $500,000? If so, why has
        the cost increased to $819,000 for year #1?

       The initial total budget for Year 1 is approximately $819,000, however, please
       note that the Year 1 budget included a pay-back to the General Fund of $88,000
       for the setup of the Utility and a $120,000 capital reserve. As such, the operating
       budget for the Stormwater Program was approximately $611,000. The capital
       reserve would only be accessed for capital construction in the event of a drainage
       system failure and / or with the approval of the City Council for a larger capital
       project.

Q. #9 - What programs and services will be reduced or eliminated if the stormwater user
        fee is reduced?
The proposed Year 2 expenditures are as follows:

Program Expenditure Category                       Cost           % of Budget
•  Salaries & Benefits                             $235,922       27.8%
•  Professional & Technical Services               $43,000        5.1%
•  Repair & Maintenance                            $28,673        3.4%
•  Other Purchased Services                        $63,845        7.5%
•  Supplies                                        $20,100        2.4%
•  Capital Outlay                                  $512,573       60.3%
•  Intra/Inter Fund Changes                        ($54,113)      (6.5%)
                                                   $850,000       100%

As you can see above, the most significant costs included in the proposed cost of
service for FY2009 is Salaries & Benefits (27.8%) and Capital Outlay (60.3%).
As such, these two items constitute approximately 88% of the program budget.
Cuts to other areas of the program will only result in minor cost savings to the
customers. Should the Council wish to make significant cuts to the program, our
recommendations would be either to move all or some portion of the Salaries &
Benefits back to the General Fund (i.e. property taxes, LOST, etc.) or cut the
capital outlay components.
                                City of Norcross                             65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                              Norcross, GA 30071



                                   Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1558

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                              Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                       Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Job Description for City Manager Position




City of Norcross                            Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
                                                                         The City of Norcross
                                                                         seeks an innovative, visionary leader to serve as


                                                                             City Manager
About the City of Norcross -                  Norcross is Gwinnett       the very successful and popular Norcross Station Café, a private
County's second oldest city and has played many roles in local           business. Many other new
history and development. It was founded by J.J. Thrasher and             businesses have been estab-
named for his good friend Jonathan Norcross, a former Mayor of           lished in Norcross recently.
Atlanta. Norcross was incorporated on October 26, 1870. In the           All sections of the city are con-
1980's, when the Atlanta area boomed, Norcross shared in the             nected to the downtown core
prosperity. The population of the small area (3.8 square miles)          by a network of sidewalks. At
swelled from 3,500 to 6,000. Yet through the boom times, the             any time of the day, you will
Mayor and Council sought to preserve the city's charm. It has been       find walkers, joggers, moth-
said that those who live in Norcross have the best of both worlds.       ers and fathers enjoying a
The City maintains a quiet, picturesque downtown district while          walk with their children, young
along its fringes are corporations doing millions of dollars of busi-    children learning to ride their
ness on a daily basis. Norcross has the distinction of being the         bicycles, and even older citi-
only location in Gwinnett County to have a district listed in the U.S.   zens on bicycles utilizing this
Register of Historic Places. The district comprises 112 acres and        community asset. Sidewalks
is located along South Peachtree Street, North Peachtree Street          lead to or through our many
and Lawrenceville Street, including the downtown area. Approxi-          city parks, including the popu-
mately fifty private residences, twenty businesses, three church         lar Thrasher Park, which
buildings and one library are located in the district. To enhance the    hosts free summer concerts;
Historic District and character it provides the city, the Mayor and      Betty Mauldin Park, a shady
City Council dedicated about $250,000 of Hotel/Motel tax to the          haven on the grounds of City
revovation of the downtown area in 1987. Turn-of-the-century street      Hall; and the upcoming Lillian Webb Park, a spectacular, multi-
lighting now welcomes visitors and residents alike to beautiful          million dollar live-work-play development now in progress.
shade-tree lined brick sidewalks throughout the downtown area.           These amenities lend a restful and unique flavor to the City
The present depot, built in 1906, is owned by the city but leased to     and a relaxed atmosphere for family and community outings.
Business and Government - There is a lot more to the
city than its center. The huge corporations that lie in and just out-
side the city employ thousands of workers and contribute greatly to
the city and county tax bases. The list of industrial giants in the
area include American Express, Rock-Tenn, Federal Express, Gen-
eral Electric, Hitachi America Limited, Quadram, J.M. Tull Metals,
Komatsu, Norcom, Nordson Corporation, Panasonic, Pfizer and
Travelers Insurance Company.

Norcross is governed under the Council-Manager form of govern-
ment. The Mayor and five Council members are elected city-wide
and the Mayor does not have a vote nor veto power. Our elections
are non-partisan and are held every year. The Mayor and City Coun-
cil serve staggered two year terms. The day-to-day city operation is
managed by by a professional City Manager, with the assistance
of seven department heads. There are 104 city employees and
the annual budget is approximately $25 - $34 million. Major city
services include water, sewer, solid waste (private firm), electricity,
police protection, public works, planning and zoning and busi-
ness licenses. The Mayor and Council meet the first Monday of
each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Building for their regular
meeting. A work session is held on the third Monday of every              Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
month to allow the Council to discuss issues and upcoming agenda          • Supervises all department heads;
items. Kindergarten through high school education is provided by          • Recruits, selects, evaluates, reviews progress and directs
the Gwinnett County Board of Education. Norcross Elementary,
Stripling Elementary, Summerour Middle, Buchanan Technology                 changes as needed;
and Norcross High School are located within the city limits.              • Decides performance rewards;
                                                                          • Counsels, mediates, and terminates staff (when necessary).
                                                                          • Provides policy advice and overall operational guidance to the
Job Summary           - Incumbent manages and directs the daily             Mayor and Council and implements policies and programs as
operations of the City government in accordance with local ordi-            adopted and prescribed by the Mayor and Council.
nances and laws and with policies prescribed by the Mayor and             • Reviews and approves major personnel decisions within
Council. Duties include:                                                    assigned departments such as hiring, evaluating, disciplining,
• Directing the administrative activities of the City;                      and terminating City employees.
• Acting as focal point for strategic planning, programming,              • Develops operational procedures affecting overall operations
  and budgeting; serving as liaison between the City staff and            • Monitors the effectiveness of personnel policies, financial
  Mayor and Council;                                                        management procedures and other administrative procedures
• Appointing and supervising the City's department directors;               affecting all City departments; assists in developing or revising
• Assisting the general public; and,                                        related policies and procedures.
• Serving on various boards and committees.                               • Develops "requests for proposal," reviews incoming bids, and
                                                                            recommends and/or selects final contractors for professional
Responsibilities involve extensive interaction with:                        consulting services.
• City employees;                                                         • Exercises fiscal control over major purchases in accordance
• Mayor and Council;                                                        with established purchasing procedures.
• Local, state, federal and international governmental officials;         • Reviews and negotiates lawful contracts on behalf of the City.
• Business executives and community leaders;                              • Manages and coordinates the preparation of the annual
• Norcross citizens;                                                        operating budget with City departments; submits proposed
• News media, attorneys, and the general public.                            budget to Council for approval; and monitors
                                                                            City expenditures and revenues to ensure compliance with
Work is performed independently under the broad policy guid-                adopted budget.
ance and direction levied by the Governing Body.                          • Directs the development of the City's capital improvement plan
                                                                            involving major improvements to the City's infrastructure
                                                                            system and municipal government facilities.
                                                                          • Assists in the planning and long-term strategy for future
                                                                            development, expansion or reduction of City services
                                                                          • Oversees long-term planning activities for the community and
                                                                            guides policy formulation on growth management, land use and
                                                                            zoning; oversees the implementation of policies as adopted by
                                                                            the Council such as the City's Comprehensive Plan and
                                                                            Development Regulations.
                                                                          • Attends council meetings, pre-council meetings and executive
                                                                            sessions and provides professional assistance, guidance and
                                                                            recommendations to elected officials.
                                                                          • Advises Governing Body on matters of ethics, and represents
                                                                            City staff in daily interaction with the general public, busi
                                                                            nesses, the news media, community organizations, govern
                                                                            ment officials, courts and other entities.
                                                                          • Serves as necessary as the City's representative in lawsuits or
                                                                            grievances affecting the municipal government.
• Submits regular and special written reports to Mayor and             Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  Council concerning key issues and the operation of the City.         • Knowledge of policy issues, management principles and practices
• Conducts internal staff meetings with department heads,                relating to local government administration and operations
  conducts quarterly employee meetings, and presides over              • Knowledge of theory and application of modern management,
  various work sessions.                                                 problem solving, business policies, and strategic planning
• Develops and reviews materials, reports, memos for inclusion         • Knowledge of typical services, functions and activities provided
  in the Mayor and Council packets.                                      by a municipal government organization
• Attends seminars, conferences and educational training               • Knowledge of standard policies and practices in governmental
  sessions to remain current in the profession.                          accounting, finance, purchasing, cash management, public
• Participates in various professional associations, organizations       works, public safety, human resources, and urban planning.
  and community service clubs to enhance professional growth,          • Knowledge of state and federal laws affecting municipal
  to learn about new practices and trends in city management,            government operations
  and to remain informed of current affairs affecting the Norcross     • Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing
  community and Atlanta Region.                                        • Skill in coordinating and facilitating meetings
• Speaks to various community service clubs, professional              • Skill in dealing effectively with the news media, the general
  organizations and groups as a key representative of the                public and the community
  Norcross municipal government.                                       • Skill in dealing tactfully and courteously with citizens, City
                                                                         employees, elected officials and the general public
Characteristics for Success                                            • Skills in human relations, mediation, arbitration, and negotiating
• Experience working with Electric Utilities, Water/Sewer Utilities,   • Skill in operation of listed tools and equipment
  Police Departments, Community Development, including                 • Ability to develop long-term plans, programs, and
  Government Boards, Agencies and Authorities                            budgets and to evaluate results.
• Experience working with community groups                             • Ability to analyze data, trends and facts to derive accurate and
• Experience working on complex redevelopment issues                     relevant conclusions regarding such information
• An appreciation for and a comfort with technology                    • Ability to develop clear,
• A successful track record of creating polices to meet manage           concise and accurate
  ment objectives                                                        written communications
• A successful track record of creating polices that ensure the          such as policies, proce
  continuity of leadership policies and critical job function            dures, reports and
  experiences                                                            correspondence.
• Proven ability to negotiate through sensitive issues towards         • Ability to establish and
  group consensus                                                        maintain effective
• A relentless desire to execute one's professional responsibilities     working relationships
  with pride, integrity and humility                                     with elected officials,
• City is interested in receiving resumes from applicants with           City employees,
  non-government executive experience                                    Norcross citizens, and
                                                                         the general public.
Qualifications Requirements                                            • Ability to establish and
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to          manage priorities and
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed      work programs to
below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability          ensure that services
required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable                and functions are
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions         performed in an efficient
                                                                         and responsive manner
Minimum Qualifications:
Education and/or Experience:
• Bachelors Degree is required, and a Master's degree in Public
                                                                       Other Requirements
  or Business administration or related field from an accredited       • Possession of valid State of Georgia Driver's License (Class C)
  college or university is preferable                                    or ability to obtain a license within 30 days of employment and
• Five years of progressively responsible management and                 a satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
  leadership experience in the administration and management           • Must be able to work evenings and odd hours; must be able to
  of large organizations, preferably in government.                      respond to on-call emergencies at anytime
• Equivalent combination of education, experience is acceptable        • Must be bondable by a surety company
Salary will be commensurate with the selected individual’s qualifications and experience.


                                                  Application and Selection Process
                                                Interested applicants should mail resume to:

                                                              City of Norcross
                                                      Attention: Mayor Bucky Johnson
                                                         Personal and Confidential
                                                          65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                            Norcross, GA 30071

                                                     or E-mail: bucky@norcrossga.net

                                           This position is open until filled. Applicant resumes will
                                           be screend according to the criteria outlined in this
                                           brochure. Interviews will be offered to candidates selected
                                           as finalists. Upon receiving writtern permission from
                                           finalists, the City of Norcross will conduct academic
                                           verifications, reference checks, and background checks.

                                                           The City of Norcross
                                                    is an Equal Opportunity Employer
                               City of Norcross                             65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                             Norcross, GA 30071



                                 Agenda Request
                                 File Number: 08-1577

      Introduced: 11/7/2008                             Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                      Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Interim City Manager Compensation Discussion




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                                  City of Norcross                            65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                               Norcross, GA 30071



                                   Agenda Request
                                   File Number: 08-1559

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                               Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                        Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Thrasher Park Contract




City of Norcross                             Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
       SCHEDULE FOR THRASHER PARK RENOVATION PROJECT
             (November 10, 2008 Policy Work Session)


Close of business Friday, October 31 – All documents complete

Wednesday, November 5 – Bid let; posted to GMA website and City website

Friday, November 7 – Pre-bid conference

Tuesday, November 11 – Written questions due by noon

Wednesday, November 12 - Answers due by end of day

Monday, November 17 – Responses to bid due no later than 2:00pm

Tuesday/Wednesday, November 18 &19 – Evaluation of responses

Thursday/Friday, November 20 & 21 – Interviews if necessary

Monday, December 1 – Council approval of project dollars and contractor




MFW                                                           November 6, 2008
                                 City of Norcross                            65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                              Norcross, GA 30071



                                  Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1565

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                              Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                       Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Inmate Van Discussion




City of Norcross                            Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
                                                                        

                          Department of Public Works 
 

Date:         October 25, 2008 

To:           Warren Hutmacher, City Manager 

From:         Craig A. Mims, Director 

Subject:      Inmate Van 

 

              In July of this year, one of our inmate vans was involved in an accident and as a 
              result of that accident our insurance carrier totaled the van and issued a check to 
              the city for approximately $3500.00 dollars.  Our driver was not a fault; however 
              the at fault party was not insured.  We have been using an older van that was 
              transferred to the public works department from the former marshals 
              department.  This van (1988) is currently in the shop undergoing a transmission 
              replacement and is not suitable for the long drives to and from Phillips State 
              Prison on a regular basis.   

              Due to recent concerns with transporting community service workers; I am 
              planning to place the older van back in service for transporting most of our 
              community service detail and then replace wrecked unit with a new 15 
              passenger Ford E‐350 Econoline Van. 

Staff Recommendation:  Purchase a new van at a cost not to exceed $29,500.00. 

                     Purchase Price:               29,500.00 

                     Insurance adjustment:           3,500.00 

                     Total Cost:                   26,000.00 

Funding Source:      Public Works Capital Line Item 
                                 City of Norcross                            65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                              Norcross, GA 30071



                                   Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1487

      Introduced: 8/29/2008                              Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                       Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Second Floor IT Office Project




City of Norcross                            Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
                               City of Norcross                              65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                              Norcross, GA 30071



                                  Agenda Request
                                 File Number: 08-1340

      Introduced: 5/12/2008                             Current Status: Scanned
          Version: 1                                      Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Latin American Association Lease




City of Norcross                            Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
                              LEASE CONTRACT
                                  ARTICLE I.
              BASIC LEASE PROVISIONS AND CERTAIN DEFINED TERMS

Section 1.1

(a) DATE OF LEASE: DECEMBER 1, 2008

(b) LANDLORD:           CITY OF NORCROSS, GEORGIA

(c) ADDRESS OF LANDLORD: 65 Lawrenceville Street
                         Norcross, Georgia 30071

(d) TENANT: LATIN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION

(e) ADDRESS OF TENANT: 2750 Buford Highway
                       Atlanta, Georgia 30324

(f) TENANT'S TRADE NAME: LATIN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION

(g) DEMISED PREMISES: A building and real property located in Gwinnett County and being
known as 128 Lawrenceville Street, Norcross, Georgia 30071 according to the present system of
numbering buildings in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

(h) LEASE TERM: To have and hold the same for a term beginning on the 1st day of December,
2008 and ending November 30, 2009 (12 months) at midnight, unless sooner terminated as
hereinafter provided, subject to further options, if any, which may be granted hereunder.
Notwithstanding the fact that the lease term may commence at a date subsequent to the execution of
this instrument by Landlord and Tenant, such parties intend that each shall have vested rights,
immediately from the signing of this instrument and that this instrument shall be fully binding and in
full force and effect from and after execution hereof by Landlord and Tenant. Either party may
terminate this Lease Contract upon thirty (30) days written notice to the other party.

(i) COMMENCEMENT DATE of the Lease shall be December 1, 2008.

(j) RENTAL: The Annual Rental for each year shall be One and no/100 ($1.00) Dollar.

(k) SECURITY DEPOSIT: Tenant has deposited with Landlord the sum of                        to be held
by Landlord, without liability for interest, as security for the faithful performance by Tenant of all
the terms, covenants, and conditions of this Lease. Should any rent or any other amount due
Landlord hereunder be overdue and unpaid, then Landlord may, at its option, apply all or a portion
of said deposit to the payment of such overdue rent or other amount. Tenant shall, upon written
demand of Landlord, forthwith remit to Landlord a sufficient amount in cash to restore said security
deposit to its original sum, at any time Landlord makes such application.

                                                  1
(l) EXCLUSIVE USE: The premises shall be used for family services, education and language
services, employment services, housing services, youth education programs, parenting programs and
mentoring activities as well as related programs. Tenant understands that the premises may not be
used for lodging, living accommodations, living quarters, a dwelling place or any residential use
which would involve an individual person or persons residing in the premises.

(m) UTILITIES: Tenant shall pay for all utilities, said utilities including electricity, natural gas,
heating and air conditioning of rental space, sewer, trash collection and water. Tenant shall be
responsible for telephone service.

(n) Each of the foregoing basic lease provisions and defined terms shall be construed in conjunction
with the references thereto contained in the other provisions of this lease and shall be limited by
such other provisions. Each reference in this lease to any of the foregoing basic lease provisions and
defined terms shall be construed to incorporate each term set forth above under such basic lease
provision or defined term.

                                         ARTICLE II.
                                      GRANTING CLAUSE

Section 2.1 In consideration of the obligation of Tenant to pay rent as herein provided and in
consideration of the other terms, covenants, and conditions hereof, Landlord hereby demises and
leases to Tenant, and Tenant hereby takes from Landlord the Demised Premises as described in
Section 1.1(g). The "area" of the Demised Premises when referred to in this lease shall be specified
in Section 1.1(g). TO HAVE AND TO HOLD said Demised Premises for a term commencing on
the "Commencement Date" as hereinafter defined and extending for said number of months specified
in Section 1.1(i), all upon the terms and conditions set forth in this lease.

                                ARTICLE III.
                  CONSTRUCTION AND ACCEPTANCE OF PREMISES

Section 3.1 Tenant acknowledges that he has, prior to the execution hereof, inspected the Demised
Premises, and the Tenant has accepted the Demised Premises in its "AS IS" condition, it being
agreed that Landlord shall have no liability or responsibility for defects in the Demised Premises.
By occupying the Demised Premises, Tenant shall be deemed to have accepted the same and to have
acknowledged that the same fully comply with Landlord's obligations and covenants hereunder.

Section 3.2 Tenant agrees to use the Demised Premises exclusively for the purposes set forth in
paragraph (l) of Article I above beginning on the "Commencement Date" and to conduct exclusively
those uses as set forth in paragraph (l) throughout the term hereof. Any occupancy of the Demised
Premises by Tenant prior to the Commencement Date shall be subject to all of the terms and
provisions of the previous Lease.
Section 3.3 Except as otherwise provided in this Article III above, all construction by Tenant shall
be governed by the provision specified in Article VII hereof.

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                                            ARTICLE IV
                                             RENTAL

Section 4.1 Rental shall accrue hereunder from the Commencement Date, and shall be payable at
the place designated for the delivery of notices to Landlord at the time of payment.

Section 4.2 Tenant shall pay to Landlord Rent as specified in Section 1.1(j) above. The first such
payment shall be due and payable on or before the Commencement Date, and payments in the
respective amounts specified in Section 1.1(j) shall be due and payable in advance on or before the
first day of each succeeding lease year during the hereby demised term; provided that if the
Commencement Date should fall on a date other than the first day of a lease year, there shall be due
and payable on or before such date as Rental for the balance of the lease year during which such date
shall fall, a sum equal to that proportion of the rent specified for the first full lease year as herein
provided, which the number of days from the Commencement Date to the end of the lease year in
which the Commencement Date shall fall bears to the total number of days each in such lease year,
and all succeeding installments of the Rental shall be payable in the respective amounts specified in
Section 1.1.(j) on or before the first day of each succeeding lease year during the hereby demised
term; provided, further, that if the demised term ends on other than the last day of the year, the last
yearly installment shall be reduced proportionately.

Section 4.3 All Rental and all other sums hereunder provided to be paid by Tenant shall be due and
payable by Tenant without demand deduction, abatement or off-set except as expressly provided
herein.

        Acceptance by Landlord of any late rent payment and administrative charge due therefore
shall not constitute a waiver of any of Landlord's rights and remedies available in connection with
any subsequent failure of Tenant to pay the Rental or to make any other payment due Landlord
hereunder in the manner or time provided for herein. If tender of late Rental or any other payment
due Landlord hereunder is made, Landlord at its sole discretion shall have the option to accept the
tendered late Rental payment and administrative charge computed as above specified, or to pursue
the rights and remedies provided in Article XV without the necessity of any further notice or
demand.


                                            ARTICLE V
                                              NOTICE
Section 5.1 Wherever any notices are required or permitted hereunder such notice shall be in writing.
 Any notice or document required or permitted to be delivered hereunder shall be deemed to be
delivered whether actually received when deposited in the United States Postal Service, postage
prepaid, certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the parties hereto at the respective
addresses set out in Section 1.1(c) and 1.1(e), and if to Tenant at the Premises, above or at such other
addresses as they may hereafter specify by written notice delivered in accordance herewith.


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                                       ARTICLE VI
                                USE AND CARE OF PREMISES

Section 6.1 The Demised Premises shall be used and occupied continuously throughout the term
hereof and only for the purpose or purposes specified in Section 1.1(l) above, and for no other
purpose or purposes without the prior written consent of Landlord. Tenant shall use in the
transaction of services in the Demised Premises the name specified in Section 1.1(f) above and no
other name without the prior written consent of Landlord, such written consent not to be
unreasonably withheld. Tenant shall not at any time leave the Demised Premises vacant, and its is
the essence of this lease, that Tenant shall in good faith continuously throughout the term of this
lease, during usual business hours, occupy and conduct and carry on the entire Demised Premises the
type of use for which the Demised Premises are leased.

Section 6.2 Tenant shall not, without the Landlord's prior written consent, keep anything within the
premises or use the premises for any purpose which increases the insurance premium cost or
invalidates any insurance policy carried on the Demised Premises. If Landlord should consent to
such use of occupancy by Tenant, Tenant shall pay on demand as additional rent the additional
insurance premiums resulting form such use and occupancy. All property kept, stored, or
maintained within the premises by Tenant shall be at Tenant's sole risk.

Section 6.3 Tenant shall not conduct within the Demised Premises any cooperative, store, "second
hand" store or a "surplus" store. Tenant shall not permit any objectionable or unpleasant odors to
emanate from the premises; nor place or permit any radio, television, loud speaker or amplifier on
the roof or outside the Demised Premises or where the same can be seen or head from outside of the
Demised Premises; nor place any antenna or other projection on the exterior of the Demised
Premises; nor take any other action which could constitute a nuisance or would disturb or endanger
other tenants or unreasonably interfere with their use of their respective premises; nor do anything
which would tend to injure the reputation of the Premises. Tenant may erect, construct or exhibit a
conspicuous sign with Tenant's name thereon so long as such sign conforms with the general
appearance and architectural design of the surrounding buildings and areas and such sign is subject
to Landlord approval.

Section 6.4 Tenant shall take good care of the Demised Premises and keep the same free of rodents
and insects at all times. Tenant will not commit any act which is a nuisance or annoyance to
Landlord or to other Tenants, or which might, in exclusive judgment of Landlord, appreciably
damage Landlord's goodwill or reputation. Tenant shall keep the Demised Premises, and sidewalks,
serviceways, lawn and shrubbery on the premises neat, clean, and free from dirt or rubbish at all
times, and shall carefully store in an orderly manner all trash and refuse within the area specified by
Landlord. Tenant shall arrange for the regular pick-up of such trash and refuse. Tenant shall not
operate an incinerator or burn trash or refuse within the Premises area. Tenant shall maintain all
landscaping and shrubbery and shall be responsible for cutting grass on a regular basis.

Section 6.5 Tenant shall keep all windows in a neat and attractive condition and shall keep said
windows and exterior signs as may be appropriate and as Landlord may direct.

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Section 6.6 Tenant shall include the address and identity of its business activities in the Demised
Premises in all advertisements made by Tenant.

Section 6.7 Tenant shall procure at its sole expense any permits and licenses required for the
carrying on of its permitted activities in the Demised Premises and otherwise comply with all
applicable laws, ordinances, and governmental regulations. Tenant shall also comply with all
reasonable rules and regulations regarding sanitation, cleanliness and other matters governing the
conduct of Tenant’s activities which Landlord may from time to time prescribe. Tenant will be
responsible for causing members of its organization and users of its services to comply with all such
laws, ordinances, and regulations. (The rules and regulations being attached as Exhibit "A" hereto.)

Section 6.8 Tenant will at all times refrain from obstructing any of the walkways or other means of
egress and ingress to the premises.


                                    VII.
                     MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF PREMISES:
                   ALTERATIONS: LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ACCESS

Section 7.1 Tenant shall repair, keep, and maintain the roof, interior walls, foundation, the exterior
walls (windows; doors; door closure devices; window and door frames, molding, locks and
hardware; and interior painting or other interior treatment of exterior walls), of the Demised
Premises in good repair. Landlord shall not be required to make any repairs occasioned by the act,
omission or negligence of Tenant or its employees, licensees, and concessionaires.

Section 7.2 Tenant shall not commit waste and will not injure the Demised Premises, but keep the
Demised Premises in good, clean condition, and shall at its sole costs and expense make all needed
repairs and replacements, including doors, moldings, trim, window frames, door frames, closure
devices, hardware, and equipment, and further including replacement of cracked or broken glass, and
repairs, replacements and alterations required by any governmental authority. Landlord shall not be
responsible for or pay for any repairs of replacements to any of Tenant's fixtures of whatsoever kind
or whatsoever nature. Tenant shall also make all necessary repairs and replacements of its fixtures
required for the proper conduct of its business. If any repairs required to be made by Tenant
hereunder are not made within three (3) days after written notice delivered to Tenant by Landlord,
Landlord may at his option make such repairs without liability to Tenant for any loss or damage
which may result to its stock or business by reason of such repairs (and Tenant shall indemnify and
hold Landlord harmless therefrom), and Tenant shall pay to Landlord upon demand as additional
rental hereunder the cost of such repairs. Upon termination of this Lease, Tenant will surrender and
deliver up the Demised Premises as it existed at the commencement of the term of this Lease,
excepting only ordinary wear and tear. Upon termination of this Lease, Tenant will also surrender to
Landlord all keys to the Demised Premises at the place stated herein for the payment of rent.

Section 7.3 Tenant shall not make any alterations, additions, or improvements to the Demised

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Premises without the prior written consent of Landlord, except for the installation of unattached,
movable trade fixtures (as hereinafter defined) which may be installed without drilling, cutting or
otherwise defacing the premises. All alterations, additions, improvements and fixtures (other than
unattached, movable trade fixtures) which may be made or installed by either party hereto upon the
Demised Premises shall remain upon, and be surrendered with, the premises and become the
property of Landlord at the termination of this lease, unless Landlord requests their removal, in
which event Tenant shall remove the same and restore the premises to their original condition at
tenant's expense. Any linoleum, carpeting, or other floor covering of similar character installed by
Tenant on the floor of the Demised Premises shall become the property of Landlord, all without
credit or compensation to Tenant. Subject to the lien and security interest rights of Landlord
hereinafter referred to, Tenant may remove "unattached, movable trade fixtures" (as hereinafter
defined) which tenant purchased and installed at its own cost and expense (not including, however,
ducts, conduits, wiring, pipes, paneling or other wall covering or floor covering) provided: (1) such
removal is made prior to the termination of the term of this Lease; (2) Tenant is not in default in the
performance of any obligation or covenant under this Lease at the time of such removal; and (3)
such removal may be effected without damage to the Demised Premises and Tenant promptly repairs
all damage caused by such removal. For purposes hereof, the phrase "unattached Movable Trade
Fixtures" means the following: counters, tables, chairs, desks, racks, standards, wallbrackets, hand
rods, shelves, mirrors, but does not include air conditioning, heating and ventilation equipment.

Section 7.4 All construction work done by Tenant within the Demised Premises shall be performed
in a good workmanlike manner, satisfactory by Landlord and in compliance with all governmental
requirements and applicable building codes, and at such times and in such manner as to cause a
minimum of interference. Without limitation on the generality of the foregoing, Landlord shall have
the right to require that such work be performed during hours when the building is not open., and in
accordance with other rules and regulations which Landlord may from time to time prescribe. Labor
and material used in the installation of Tenant's equipment, furniture and fixtures, and in any other
work on the Demised Premises performed by Tenant, will be subject to Landlord's prior written
approval. With respect to any contract for any such labor or materials, Tenant acts as its own
principal and not as the agent of Landlord. Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold Landlord harmless
from all claims (including costs and expenses of defending against such claims) arising or alleged to
arise from any act or omission of Tenant or Tenant's agents, employees, contractors, subcontractors,
laborers, materialmen, or invitees or arising from bodily injury or property damage occurring or
alleged to have occurred incident to Tenant's work at the Demised Premises. Tenant shall have no
authority to place any lien upon the Demised Premises or any interest therein or in any way to bind
Landlord; and any attempt to do so shall be void and of no effect. Landlord expressly disclaims
liability for the cost of labor performed for or materials furnished to Tenant. All costs of such
construction performed shall be paid promptly to prevent the assertion of any liens for labor and
materials.

If, because of any actual or alleged act or omission of Tenant or any contractor of Tenant, or any
such contractor's subcontractor or any laborer performing labor or materialmen furnishing materials
at or for the Demised Premises or by reason of any specially fabricated materials whether or not
placed at the Demised Premises, any lien, affidavit, charge or order for the payment of money shall

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be filed against Landlord, the Demised Premises or any portion thereof or interest therein, whether
or not such lien, affidavit, charge or order if valid or enforceable, Tenant shall, at its own costs and
expense, cause same to be discharged of record by payment, bonding, waiver of lien or otherwise no
later than three (3) days after notice to tenant of the filing thereof, but in all events prior to the
foreclosure thereof. Tenant shall, if requested by Landlord, furnished payment and performance
bonds or other security satisfactory to Landlord against any such loss, liability or damage.
Whenever Tenant proposes to do any construction work within the Demised Premises, it shall first
furnish top Landlord plans and specifications to comply with such requirements as Landlord may
from time to time prescribe for construction within the Apartment Complex. In no event shall any
construction work be commenced within the Demised Premises without Landlord's prior written
approval of such plans and specifications.

Section 7.5 Landlord (and any Security Deed holder, Mortgagee or Deed of Trust beneficiary as to
Demised Premises) shall have the right to enter upon the Demised Premises at any time for the
purpose of inspecting the same, or of making repairs, alterations, or additions to adjacent premises,
or of showing the Demised Premises to prospective purchasers, lessees, or lenders, during the
normal business hours upon 24 hours advance notice.

Section 7.6 Any penetrations or perforations through the roof of the Demised Premises necessitated
or required by the installation of Tenant's fixtures or construction or remodeling of the Demised
Premises for or by Tenant shall be first approved in writing by Landlord and shall be performed by a
contractor, sub-contractor, mechanic or repairman approved in writing by Landlord.

                                          ARTICLE VIII.
                                           UTILITIES

Section 8.1 Tenant shall be responsible for payment of all utility expenses incurred in connection
with the use of the Demised Premises.

Section 8.2 No interruption or malfunction of any utility services shall constitute an eviction or
disturbance of Tenant's use and possession of the Demised Premises, nor shall it constitute a breach
by Landlord of any of its obligations hereunder or render Landlord liable for damages nor entitle
Tenant to be relieved from any of its obligations hereunder (including the obligations to pay rent) or
grant Tenant any right of set-off or recoupment.

                                  ARTICLE IX.
                   INDEMNITY, PUBLIC LIABILITY, BUILDERS RISK
                            AND OTHER INSURANCE

Section 9.1 Landlord shall not be liable to Tenant or to Tenant's employees, agents, guests, invitees,
or visitors, or to any other person whomsoever, for any injury to person or damage to property on or
about the Demised Premises or the Common Area caused by negligence or misconduct of Tenant, its
employees, subtenants, licensees, and concessionaires, or of any other person entering the Premises
under express or implied invitation of Tenant or arising out of any breach or default by Tenant in the

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performance of its obligations hereunder and Tenant hereby agrees to indemnify Landlord and hold
him harmless from any loss, expense (including, without limitation, attorney's fees and court costs),
or claims arising out of such damage or injury.

Section 9.2 Tenant shall procure and maintain throughout the term of this lease a policy or policies
of insurance, at its sole cost and expense, insuring Tenant against any and all liability for property
damage or injury to or death to a person or persons, the limits of such policy or policies to be in an
amount not less than $500,000.00 in respect of injuries to or death of any one person in the amount
for death or bodily injury, and $1,000,000.00 for property damage. Tenant shall obtain a written
obligation on the part of each insurance company to notify Landlord at least ten (l0) days prior to
cancellation of such insurance. Such policies of duly executed certificates of insurance shall be
promptly delivered to Landlord and renewals thereof as required shall be delivered to Landlord at
least thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of the respective policy terms. Tenant shall procure and
maintain any other forms of insurance required by law, including, but not limited to workers'
compensation.

Section 9.3 If Tenant should fail to comply with the foregoing requirements relating to insurance,
Landlord may obtain such insurance and Tenant shall pay to Landlord on demand as additional rent
hereunder the premium cost thereof plus interest, at a rate of eighteen percent (18%) per annum,
from the date of payment by Landlord until repaid by Tenant.

                                    ARTICLE X.
                        NON-LIABILITY FOR CERTAIN DAMAGES

Section 10.1 Landlord and Landlord's agents and employees shall not be liable to Tenant for any
injury to person or damage to property sustained by Tenant or any person claiming through Tenant
resulting from the Demised Premises or any other portions of the Premises becoming out of repair or
by defect in or failure of equipment, pipes or wiring, or by broken glass, or by the backing up of
drains, or by gas, water, steam, electricity, or oil leaking, escaping or flowing into the Demised
Premises, nor shall Landlord be liable to Tenant for any loss or damage that may be occasioned by
or through the acts or omissions of any other persons whomsoever, save and except that Landlord
shall be so liable if Tenant can demonstrate that such disrepair, defect, or utility problem is directly
attributable or proximately caused by Landlord or if responsibility therefore is otherwise allocated to
Landlord hereunder.

                                        ARTICLE XI.
                                 FIRE OR OTHER CASUALTY

Section 11.1 Tenant shall give immediate written notice to Landlord of any damages caused to the
Demised Premises by Fire or other casualty.

Section 11.2 If at any time during the lease term the Demised Premises shall be damaged or
destroyed by fire or other casualty, the lease shall continue in full force and effect unless the damage
or destruction cannot be repaired within sixty (60) days of the fire or other casualty. In the event

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repairs to the Leased Premises cannot be made within the sixty (60) day period, either Landlord or
Tenant shall have the option to terminate its obligations under the lease.

Section 11.3 The provisions of this Article shall not apply if the damage or destruction of the
premises was caused by or attributable to the acts or failure to act of the Tenant or Tenant's
employees, agents, assigns, materialmen, suppliers, or contractors, and Tenant shall have no right to
terminate this lease nor to any abatement of rent.

Section 11.4 If the damages or destruction is not caused by or attributable to Tenant or Tenant's
employees, agents, assigns, materialmen, or suppliers, rental shall abate proportionately during the
period and to the extent that the Demised Premises are unfit for use by Tenant in the ordinary
conduct of its business. If Landlord has elected to repair and restore the Leased Premises, this Lease
shall continue in full force and effect and such repairs will be made within a reasonable time
thereafter, subject to delays arising from shortages of labor or material, acts of God, war or other
conditions beyond Landlord's reasonable control.

Section 11.5 In any circumstances where Landlord elects to repair and restore the premises, this
Lease shall continue in full force and effect, and such repairs will be made within a reasonable time
thereafter, subject to excusable delays as herein above referred to. Following the third (3rd) day
after said casualty, until repairs are completed, during any time during which Tenants use the
Premises was made impracticable Tenant's rent shall be abated.

                                          ARTICLE XII.
                                         SUBROGATION

Section 12.1 To the extent that Landlord and Tenant may legally so agree, it is agreed and
understood that where either party hereto sustains a loss or damage against which such party is
protected by an existing policy or policies of insurance, the party hereto sustaining such loss or
damage hereby waives and releases any and all claims, demands and causes of action which it might
have against the other party hereto the extent and amount that such loss is covered by the claimant's
insurance, irrespective of whether or not such damage or loss is occasioned by the negligence of the
respective parties hereto, or either of them, their respective agents, servants, employees, guests, or
invitees, it being the intention of the parties that no insurance company with which either such party
maintains insurance in effect may be subrogated to the rights or causes of action which such party
may have against the other party hereto.

                                         ARTICLE XIII.
                                       EMINENT DOMAIN

Section 13.1 If any portion of the area of the Demised Premises should be taken for any public or
quasi-public use under any governmental law, ordinance or regulation or by right of eminent domain
or by private purchase in lieu thereof, this lease may be terminated by Landlord, unless otherwise
agreed to in writing by both parties, and the rent shall be abated during the unexpired portion of this
lease, effective on the date physical possession is taken by the condemning authority.

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Section 13.2 Any election to terminate the lease following condemnation shall be evidenced by
written notice of termination delivered to the other party within thirty (30) days after the date of
which physical possession is taken by the condemning authority.

Section 13.3 All compensation awarded for any taking (or the proceeds of private sale in lieu
thereof) whether for the whole or a part of the Demised Premises, shall be the property of the
Landlord, whether such award is compensation for damages to Landlord's or Tenant's interest in the
Demised Premises, and Tenant hereby assigns all of its interest in any such award to Landlord
provided, however, Landlord shall have no interest in any award made to Tenant for loss of business
or for the taking of Tenant's fixtures and other property within the Demised Premises if a separate
award for such items is made to Tenant, so long as Tenant's award does not reduce any award made
to Landlord.

                                     ARTICLE XIV.
                              ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING

Section 14.1 Tenant shall not assign or in any manner transfer this lease or any estate or interest
therein or sublet the Demised Premises or any part thereof without the prior written consent of
Landlord, which consent may be withheld for any reason or for no reason. Consent by Landlord to
one (1) or more assignments or sublettings shall not operate as a waiver of Landlord's rights as to
any subsequent assignments and sublettings. In the event Tenant shall receive Landlord's prior
written consent to assign, transfer, or sublet a portion of the Leased Premises or the entire premises,
Tenant shall remain fully responsible and liable for the payment of the rent herein specified and for
compliance with all of its other obligations under this lease. The term "sublet" shall be deemed to
include the granting of licenses, concessions, and any other right of occupancy of this portion of the
Demised Premises. If Tenant is a corporation, then any transfer of this Lease from Tenant by
merger, consolidation or dissolution or any change in ownership or power to vote a majority of the
voting stock in Tenant outstanding at the time of execution of this instrument shall constitute an
assignment for purposes of this Lease.

Section 14.2 Tenant shall not convey, mortgage, pledge or otherwise encumber its interest in this
lease or in the Demised Premises, nor may such interest be transferred by operation of law.

Section 14.3 If this lease be assigned or if the Demised Premises be subleased (whether in whole or
in part) or in the event of the conveyance, mortgage, pledge or hypothecation of the leasehold
interest or grant of any concession or license within the Demised Premises without the prior express
written permission of Landlord or if the Demises Premises be occupied in whole or in part by
anyone other than Tenant without the prior express written permission of Landlord, Landlord may
nevertheless collect rent from the grantee, assignee, sublessee, mortgagee, pledgee, party to whom
the leasehold interest was hypothecated, concessionee or licensee or other occupant and apply the
net amount collected to the rent payable hereunder, but no such transaction or collection of rent or
application thereof by Landlord shall be deemed a waiver of these provisions or a release of Tenant
from the further performance by tenant of its covenants, duties and obligations hereunder.

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                                    ARTICLE XV.
                          DEFAULT BY TENANT AND REMEDIES

Section 15.1 The following events shall be deemed to be events of default by Tenant under this
lease:

       (1) Tenant shall fail to pay any installment of rent hereby reserved when due.

       (2) Tenant shall fail to comply with any term, provision, covenant of this lease, other than
the payment of rent, and shall not cure such failure within three (3) days after written notice thereof
to Tenant.

        (3) Tenant or any guarantor of Tenant's obligations under this lease shall file a petition
under any section or chapter of the National Bankruptcy Act, as amended, or under any similar law
or statute of the United States or any State thereof; or Tenant or such guarantor shall be adjudged
bankrupt or insolvent in proceedings filed against Tenant or such guarantor thereunder.

       (5) A receiver or Trustee shall be appointed for the Demised Premises or for all or
substantially all of the assets of Tenant or any guarantor or Tenant's obligations under this lease.

        (6) Tenant shall cease business operations, abandon, desert or vacate any substantial portion
of the premises.

       (7) Tenant creates or permits to be done anything which constitutes a lien upon the Demised
Premises. Tenant shall not be in default under this Lease Agreement if Tenant provides Landlord
with an executed Waiver of Lien applicable to and effective as to a lien filed by any person against
the Demises Premises.

Upon the occurrence of any of such events of default, Landlord shall have the option to pursue any
one or more of the following remedies without any notice or demand whatsoever:

        A. Terminate this lease, in which event Tenant shall surrender the Demised Premises to
Landlord, and if Tenant fails to do so, Landlord may, without prejudice to any other remedy which
he may have for possession or arrearages in rent, enter upon and take possession of the Demised
Premises and expel or remove Tenant and any other person who may be occupying said premises or
any part thereof, by force if necessary, without being liable for prosecution or any claim of damages
therefore; and Tenant agrees to pay Landlord on demand the amount of all loss and damage which
Landlord may suffer by reason of such termination, whether through inability to relet the premises
on satisfactory terms or otherwise.

       B. Enter upon and take possession of the Demised Premises and expel or remove Tenant and
any other person who may be occupying said premises or any part thereof, by force if necessary, and
if Landlord so elects, relet the premises on such terms as Landlord may deem advisable and receive

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the rent therefore; and Tenant agrees to pay to Landlord on demand any deficiency that may arise by
reason of such reletting.

        C. Alter locks and other security devices at the Demised Premises.

Nothing herein shall require Landlord to re-let or attempt to re-let the premises on tenant's behalf,
and there shall be not duty to do so. Landlord may allow the premises to remain vacant and collect
each installment of rent as it shall come due. Tenant expressly agrees that Landlord is not required
to designate an election of remedies nor to notify tenant of which remedy it may pursue. Tenant
expressly agrees that if Landlord takes possession of the premises or if Landlord accepts return of
the keys, such action shall not terminate this lease nor relieve Tenant of liability for rent, damages or
other charges, and Landlord shall have the right to pursue said remedies without notification to
Tenant. Neither the filing of a dispossessory warrant, obtaining a writ of possession, nor eviction
shall terminate Tenant's liability for rent, damages and other charges which are or may come due
under this lease. Landlord's election to terminate the lease due to Tenant's breach shall not relieve
Tenant of liability for any rent, charges, damages, attorney's fees, or other costs which are or may
come due.

Pursuit of any of the foregoing remedies shall not preclude pursuit of any of the other remedies
herein provided or any other remedies provided by law, nor shall pursuit of any remedy herein
provided constitute a forfeiture or waiver of any rent to Landlord hereunder or of the terms,
provisions and covenants herein contained. Forbearance by Landlord to enforce one or more of the
remedies herein provided upon an event of default shall not be deemed or construed to constitute a
waiver of such default.

In determining the amount of loss or damage which Landlord may suffer by reason of repossession
of the premises, termination of this lease, or the deficiency arising by reason of any reletting of the
Demised Premises by Landlord as above provided, Tenant shall pay and be liable for the expense of
repossession and any repairs or remodeling by Landlord following repossession, and any rental
concessions or broker's fees incurred with re-letting the premises.

Section 15.2 If any rent or other charges owing under this Lease is due or collected by or through an
attorney at law, the Landlord shall be entitled to recover attorney's fees in the amount of 15% of the
amount due as well as the other costs of such proceedings. THE PARTIES HERETO WAIVE
TRIAL BY JURY IN ANY ACTION OR PROCEEDING BROUGHT BY EITHER PARTY
AGAINST THE OTHER IN CONNECTION WITH THIS LEASE OR OTHERWISE ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OF THE PREMISES. If Landlord shall commence any proceeding against
Lessee on account of any Event of Default by Lessee hereunder, Lessee shall not interpose any
counterclaim of any nature whatsoever in said proceeding unless Lessee would other be barred under
applicable law from bringing said claim. Any liability of Landlord (including without limitation
Landlord's partners, directors, officers, affiliates, agents and employees) to Tenant under this Lease
shall be limited to the interest of Landlord in the store building and Lessee agrees to look solely to
such interest for the recovery of any judgment, it being intended that Landlord shall not be personal
liable for any deficiency or judgment.

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Section 15.3 Landlord hereby acknowledges receipt from Tenant of the sum stated in Section 1.1(j)
above, to be applied to the first accruing installments of rent. If Tenant has deposited the sum stated
in Section 1.1(k) above, the same shall be held by Landlord without interest as security for the
performance by Tenant of Tenant's covenants and obligations under this lease, it being expressly
understood that such deposit is not an advance payment of rental or a measure of Landlord's
damages in case of default by Tenant. Upon the occurrence of any event of default by Tenant,
herein or provided by law, Landlord may use such to the extent necessary to make good any arrears
of rent and any other damages, injury, expense or liability caused to Landlord by such event of
default. Following any such application of the security deposit to its original amount, if Tenant is
not then in default hereunder, any remaining balance of such deposit shall be return by Landlord to
Tenant upon termination of this lease as provided; provided in the event that upon termination of the
lease, the premises are not delivered back to landlord as provided in Section 7.2, Tenant shall forfeit
its entire security deposit to Landlord as a contribution for the cost to be incurred by Landlord to
clean and repair the premises. In addition to all other rights and securities available to Landlord
under the terms of this lease, and/or any provision of law, there is hereby given and granted to
Landlord a first and superior lien upon any said deposit of the Tenant (made pursuant to Section
1.1(l) to secure final and full performance and discharge by Tenant of all of its obligations and
liabilities hereunder. This provision is without prejudice to any other right or remedy Landlord may
have in this lease, or by operation of law.

Section 15.4 In the event that Landlord elects to terminate the lease or to repossess the premises
without terminating the Lease, then Tenant shall be liable for and shall pay to Landlord at
Landlord’s address as stated in Section 1.1(c), all rent and other indebtedness accrued to the date or
such repossession, plus rent required to be paid by Tenant to Landlord during the remainder of the
lease term until the date of expiration of the term, diminished by any net sums thereafter received by
Landlord through reletting the Demised Premises during said period (after deducting expenses
incurred by Landlord as provided therein). In no event shall Tenant be entitled to any excess of any
rent obtained by reletting over and above the rent herein reserved. Actions to collect amounts due
Tenant as provided in this Section 15.4 may be brought from time to time, on one or more occasions,
without the necessity of Landlord's waiting until expiration of the lease term.
Section 15.5 In case of an Event of Default, Tenant shall also be liable for and shall pay to
Landlord, at Landlord’s address as stated in Section 1.1(c), in addition to any sum provided to be
paid above; the costs of removing and storing Tenant's or other occupant's property; the costs of
repairing, altering, remodeling, or otherwise putting the Demised Premises into condition acceptable
to a new Tenant or Tenants; and all reasonable expenses incurred by Landlord in enforcing
Landlord's remedies. Past due rent and other past due payments shall bear interest from maturity at
the rate of eighteen percent (18%) per annum.

Section 15.6 In the event of termination or repossession of the Demised Premises for a default,
Landlord may at its option, to relet or attempt to relet the Demises Premises or any portion thereof or
to collect rental after reletting; and in the event of reletting, Landlord may relet the whole or any
portion of the Demised Premises for any period, to any Tenant and for any use and purpose. The
refusal or failure of Landlord to relet the premises or any part thereof, shall not release or affect

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Tenants's liability for damages.

Section 15.7 If Tenant should fail to make any payment or cure any default hereunder with the time
herein permitted, Landlord, without being under any obligation to do so, and without thereby
waiving such default, may make such payment and/or remedy such other default for the account of
Tenant (and enter the Demised Premises for such purpose), and Tenant shall hereby agree, to pay
Landlord, upon demand, all costs, expenses and disbursements (including 15% attorney's fees)
incurred by Landlord in taking such remedial action.

Section 15.8 In the event that Landlord shall have taken possession of the Demised Premises
pursuant to the authority herein granted, then Landlord shall have the right to keep in place and use
all of the furniture, fixtures, and equipment at the Demised Premises, including that which is owned
by or leased to Tenant, at all times prior to any foreclosure thereon by Landlord or repossession
thereof by a lessor thereof or third party having a lien thereon. Landlord shall also have the right to
remove from the Demised Premises (without the necessity of obtaining a distress warrant, writ of
sequestration or other legal process) all or any portion of such furniture, fixtures, equipment and
other property located thereon and place same in storage at any premises within Atlanta, Georgia,
and in such event, Tenant shall be liable to Landlord for costs incurred by Landlord in connection
with such removal and storage and shall indemnify and hold Landlord harmless of all loss, damage,
cost, expense and liability in connection with such removal and storage. The rights of Landlord
herein stated shall be in addition to any and all other rights which Landlord has or may hereafter
have a law or in equity; and Tenant stipulates and agrees that the rights herein granted Landlord are
commercially reasonable.

Section 15.9 As security for payment of rent, damages and all other payments required to be made
by this Lease, Tenant grants to Landlord a lien upon all property of Tenant now or subsequently
located upon the Demised Premises. If Tenant abandons or vacates any substantial portion of the
Demised Premises or is in default in the payment of any rents, damages or other payments required
to be made by this Lease, Landlord may, in accordance with applicable law, enter upon the Demised
Premises and take possession of all or any part of the personal property, and may sell all or any part
of the personal property at a public or private sale, in one or successive sales, with or without notice
to the extent permitted by applicable law, to the highest bidder for cash, and, on behalf of Tenant,
sell and convey all or party of the personal property to the highest bidder, delivering to the highest
bidder all of Tenant's title and interest in the personal property sold. The proceeds of the sale of the
personal property shall be applied by Landlord toward the reasonable costs and expenses of the sale,
including attorney's fees, and then toward the payment of all sums then due by Tenant to Landlord
under the terms of this Lease. Any excess remaining shall be paid to tenant or any other person
entitled thereto by law.

Section 15.10 This Lease is intended as and constitutes a security agreement within the meaning of
the Uniform Commercial Code of the state in which the Demised Premises are situated, and
Landlord, in addition to the rights prescribed in this Lease, shall have all of the rights, titles, liens
and interests in and to Tenant's property now or hereafter located upon the Demised Premises which
are granted a secured party, as that term is defined, under the Uniform Commercial Code to secure to

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Landlord payment of all sums due under and the full performance of all Tenant's covenants under
this Lease. Tenant shall on request execute and deliver to Landlord a financing statement for the
purpose of perfecting Landlord's security interest under this Lease or Landlord may file this Lease or
a copy thereof as a financing statement. Unless otherwise provided by law for the purpose of
exercising any right pursuant to this section, Landlord and Tenant agree that reasonable notice shall
be met if such notice is given by ten days written notice, certified mail, return receipt requested to
Landlord or Tenant at the addresses specified herein.

Section 15.11 In the event of any default by Landlord, Tenant's exclusive remedy shall be an action
for damages (Tenant hereby waiving the benefit of any laws granting it a lien upon the property or
Landlord and/or upon rent due Landlord), but prior to any such action Tenant will give Landlord
written notice specifying such default with particularity, and Landlord will thereupon have a
reasonable period, but in no even more than thirty (30) days, in which to cure any such default
unless Landlord shall begin to cure within such thirty (30) day period and proceed to cure such
within a reasonable time.

                                         ARTICLE XVI.
                                        HOLDING OVER

Section 16.1 In the event Tenant remains in possession of the Demised Premises after the expiration
of this lease and without the execution of a new lease, it shall be deemed to be occupying said
premises as a tenant from month to month at a rental equal to the rental herein provided plus fifty
percent (50%) of such amount and otherwise subject to all the conditions, provisions and obligations
of this lease insofar as the same are applicable to a month to month tenancy.

                                         ARTICLE XVII.
                                        SUBORDINATION

Section 17.1 Tenant accepts this lease subject and subordinate to any deed to secure debt, mortgage,
deed of trust, or other lien presenting existing upon the Demised Premises, and to any renewals and
extensions thereof; but Tenant agrees that any such mortgage shall have the right at any time to
subordinate such deed to secure debt, mortgage, deed of trust or other lien to this lease on such terms
and subject to such conditions as such mortgagee may deem appropriate in its discretion. Landlord
is hereby irrevocably vested with full power and authority, if he so elects at any time, to subordinate
this lease to any deed to secure debt, mortgage, deed of trust, or other lien hereafter placed upon the
Demised Premises, and Tenant agrees upon demand to execute such further instruments
subordinating this lease as Landlord may request. In the event that Tenant should fail to execute any
such instrument promptly as requested, Tenant hereby irrevocably constitutes Landlord its attorney
in fact to execute such instrument in Tenant's name, place and stead.

                                        ARTICLE XVIII.
                                      RENEWAL OPTIONS

Section 18.1 Tenant shall have the right to extend the terms of this lease for two(2) terms of one

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(1)year each upon the following terms and conditions:

        (a) Tenant shall not be in default under this Lease Agreement either at the time Tenant
exercises the renewal option or at the commencement of such extension term;
        (b) Tenant shall exercise its right to each extension term by written notice to Landlord at
least Ninety (90) days prior to the extension term, otherwise such right shall be void and of no
further force or effect;
        (c) The renewal option term shall be upon the same terms, covenants and conditions as
contained in this Lease;
        (d) Tenant and Landlord shall execute any and all documents reasonably requested by either
party to evidence the extension term;

Section 18.2 The option hereby granted is conditioned upon Tenant performing this lease in
accordance with the terms and provisions hereof during the original term and Tenant not being in
default hereunder either at the time notice of its intent to exercise said option is given or at the
commencement of the option term.




                                        ARTICLE XIX
                                       MISCELLANEOUS

Section 19.1 Nothing herein contained shall be deemed or construed by the parties hereto, nor by
any third party, as creating the relationship of principal and agent or of partnership or of joint
venture between the parties hereto, it being understood and agreed that neither the method of
computation of rent, nor any other provision contained herein, nor any acts of the parties hereto,
shall be deemed to create any relationship between the parties hereto other than the relationship of
Landlord and Tenant.

Section 19.2 The captions used in this lease are for convenience only and do not in any way limit or
amplify the terms and provisions thereof.

Section 19.3 One or more waivers of any covenant, term or condition of this lease by either party
shall not be construed as a waiver of a subsequent breach of the same covenant, term or condition.
The consent or approval shall not be deemed to waive or render unnecessary consent to or approval
of any subsequent similar act.

Section 19.4 Whenever a period of time hereby prescribed for action to be taken by Landlord,
Landlord shall not be liable or responsible for, and there shall be excluded from the computation of
any such period time, any delays due to strikes, riots, acts of God, shortages of labor or materials,
war, governmental laws, regulations, or restrictions or any other cause of any kind whatsoever which


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are beyond the reasonable control of the Landlord. At any time when there is outstanding a
mortgage, deed of trust or similar security instrument covering Landlord's interest in the Demised
Premises, Tenant may not exercise any remedies for default by Landlord hereunder unless and until
the holder of the indebtedness secured by such mortgage, deed of trust or similar security instrument
shall have received written notice of such default and a reasonable time for curing such default shall
thereafter have elapsed. Landlord agrees to provide Tenant the names and address of any such
holder of a security interest upon request.

Section 19.5 Landlord hereby covenants and agrees that if Tenant shall perform all of the covenants
and agreements herein required to be performed on the part of Tenant, Tenant shall, subject to the
terms of this lease and any deeds to secure debt and mortgages presently or hereafter existing against
the Demised Premises, during the continuance of this lease have the peaceable and quiet enjoyment
and possession of the Demised Premises.

Section 19.6 ASSIGNMENT & SUBLETTING Tenant covenants not to assign this lease not to
sublet the premises or any option thereof, nor desk space therein, without the consent of Landlord
first obtained in writing; however, neither such assignment or subletting nor the consent of Landlord
thereto shall release, discharge or effect the liability of Tenant, or any guarantor as provided in this
lease, for the full original and any extended terms hereof. Except as otherwise expressly provided
herein, any attempted assignment or sublease of this lease by Tenant shall be void.

Section 19.7 Tenant and Landlord warrant that they have had no dealings with any broker or agent
in connection with the negotiation or execution of this lease and Tenant and Landlord agree to
indemnify the other party and hold each harmless from and against any and all cost, expenses or
liability for commissions or other compensation and charges claimed by any broker or agent with
respect to this lease.

Section 19.8 Tenant agrees that it will from time to time upon request by Landlord execute and
deliver to the Landlord a statement in recordable form certifying that this lease is unmodified and in
full force and effect (or if there have been modifications, that the same is in full force and effect as
so modified) and further stating the dates to which rent and other charges payable under this lease
have been paid.

Section 19.9 This agreement shall in all respects be construed and enforced according to the laws of
the State of Georgia. If any provision of this Lease shall be declared invalid or unenforceable, the
remaining provisions shall nonetheless continue in full force and effect. This Lease may not be
changed orally, but only by an agreement in writing signed by the parties hereto. Nothing contained
herein shall be deemed or construed by the parties hereto, nor by any third party, as creating the
relationship of principal and agent or of partnership or of joint venture between the parties hereto.
The parties agree that nothing contained herein, nor any acts of the parties hereto, shall be deemed to
create any relationship between the parties hereto other than the relationship of Landlord and
Tenant. Tenant has only a usufruct which is not subject to levy and sale and is not assignable by
Tenant except by Landlord's consent.


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Section 19.10 The terms, provisions, and covenants contained in this lease shall apply, inure to the
benefit of, and be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective heirs, successors in interest
and legal representatives except as otherwise herein expressly provided.

Section 19.11 With respect to terminology in this lease, each number (singular or plural) shall
include all numbers, and each gender (male, female, or neuter) shall include all genders.

Section 19.12 In any circumstances where Landlord is permitted to enter upon the Demised
Premises during the lease term, whether for the purpose of curing any default of Tenant, repairing
damage resulting from fire or other casualty or an eminent domain taking or is otherwise permitted
hereunder or by law to go upon the Demised Premises, no such entry shall constitute an eviction or
disturbance of Tenant's use and possession of the Demised Premises or breach by Landlord or any of
its obligations hereunder or render Landlord liable for damages for loss of business or otherwise
entitle Tenant to be relieved from any of its obligation hereunder or grant Tenant any right of set-off
or recoupment or other remedy; and in connection with any such entry incident to performance of
repairs, replacements, maintenance or construction, all of the aforesaid provisions shall be applicable
notwithstanding that Landlord may elect to take building materials in, to or upon the Demised
Premises that may be required or utilized in connection with such entry by Landlord.

Section 19.13 In the event Landlord commences any proceedings against Tenant for non-payment
of Rent or any other sum due and payable by Tenant hereunder, Tenant will not interpose any
counterclaim or other claim against Landlord of whatever nature or description in any such
proceedings; and in the event Tenant interposes any such counterclaim or other claim against
Landlord in such proceedings, Landlord and Tenant stipulate and agree that, in addition to any other
lawful remedy of Landlord, upon motion of Landlord, such counterclaim or other claim asserted by
Tenant shall be severed out of the proceedings instituted by Landlord and Landlord may proceed to
full judgment separately and apart from and without consolidation with or reference to the status of
such counterclaim or any other claim asserted by Tenant.

Section 19.14 Landlord may restrain or enjoin any breach or threatened breach of any covenant,
duty or obligation of Tenant herein contained without the necessity of proving the inadequacy of any
legal remedy or irreparable harm. The remedies of Landlord hereunder shall be deemed cumulative
and no remedy of Landlord, whether exercised by Landlord or not, shall be deemed to be in
exclusion of any other.

Section 19.15 In all instances where Tenant is required hereunder to pay any sum or do any act at a
particular indicated time or within an indicated period, it is understood that time is of the essence.

Section 19.16 The obligation of Tenant to pay all rent and other sums hereunder provided to be paid
by Tenant and the obligation of Tenant to perform Tenant's other covenants and duties hereunder
constitutes independent, unconditioned obligations to be performed at all times provided for
hereunder, save and except only when an abatement thereof or reduction therein is expressly
provided for in this lease and not otherwise. Tenant waives and relinquishes any right to assert,
either as a claim or as a defense, that Landlord is bound to perform or liable for the non-performance

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of any implied covenant or implied duty of Landlord not expressly herein set forth.

Section 19.17 Under no circumstances whatsoever shall Landlord ever be liable hereunder for
consequential damages, punitive damages, or special damages; and all liability of Landlord for
damages for breach of any covenant, duty or obligation of Landlord hereunder may be satisfied only
out of the interest of Landlord in Demised Premises existing at the time of any such liability is
adjudicated in a proceeding as to which the judgment adjudicating such liability as non-appealable
and not subject to further review. It is intended that Landlord shall not have any personal liability
under this lease, and in no event shall a judgment for any deficiency be sought, obtained, or enforced
against any party Landlord under the term hereof.

Section 19.18 In no event shall Landlord, including any successor assignee of all or any portion of
Landlord's interest in the Demised Premises, be personally liable or accountable with respect to any
provision of this Lease. If Landlord shall be in breach or default with respect to any obligation
hereunder or otherwise, Tenant agrees to look for satisfaction solely to Landlord's interest in the
Demised Premises. The provisions of this Section 19.18 are not intended to, and shall not, limit any
right that Tenant might otherwise have to obtain injunctive relief against Landlord or Landlord's
successors in interest, or any other action not involving the personal liability of Landlord to respond
in monetary damages from assets other than Landlord's interest in the Demised Premises, or any suit
or action in connection with enforcement or collection of amount which may become owing or
payable hereunder or on account of insurance maintained by Landlord. In the event Landlord
transfers this Lease, other than as security for a deed to secure debt, mortgage, or lien, the Landlord
(and, in case of any subsequent transfers or conveyances, the then Grantor) shall, upon such transfer
be relieved from all liability and obligations hereunder arising after such transfer.

Section 19.19 Notwithstanding anything else contained in this Lease to be the contrary, any action
taken by Tenant with respect to the Leased Premises shall be subject to written approval and consent
of Landlord and Landlord shall retain the authority to approve or disapprove, in its sole discretion,
any act done or to be done by Tenant. Such actions shall include, but expressly not be limited to, the
number of vending machines allowed to be on the premises, the number, size, type, brand, style, or
kind of video game or other amusement games permitted to be on the premises, the number, author,
publisher, name, style, kind or brand of books, magazines, or other reading materials allowed on the
premises, the size, number, color or style of any signs exhibited of displayed in, on or about the
Leased Premises. Landlord reserves the right to promulgate additional rules and/or regulations
concerning the Leased Premises.

Section 19.20 This lease contains the entire agreement between the parties, and no agreement shall
be effect to change, modify or terminate this lease in whole or in part unless such agreement is in
writing and duly signed by the party against whom enforcement of such change, modification or
termination is sought.



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Landlord and Tenant have executed this Lease, the date and year first

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above written.

                                                     LANDLORD:

                                                     CITY OF NORCROSS

                                                     By:

                                                     Its:




                                                     TENANT:

                                                     LATIN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION


                                                     By:

                                                     Its:




                                      EXHIBIT "A"

                                RULES AND REGULATIONS

       Tenant agrees to abide by the following provisions:

       1. To take possession on the Commencement Date as required hereinabove;

       2. To store in the Demised Premises only such materials and equipment as shall be
reasonably required in connection with Tenant's activities therein;

        3. To store all trash and garbage in adequate containers within and without the Demised
Premises, maintained in a neat and clean condition and located as Landlord shall from time to time
designate, so as not to be visible to the public nor to create or permit any health or fire hazard.
Tenant will arrange for regular trash and garbage removal for its trash from the Demised Premises.
If the Landlord requires the same, all garbage and trash must be compacted in the manner and in a
location in or outside the Demised Premises as reasonably required by Landlord, including but not
limited to, placing all such refuse in heavy gauge plastic bags and disposing of such refuse in a
separate container at Tenant's expense;

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       4. Not to burn any papers, trash or garbage of any kind in or about the Demised Premises;

      5. Not to use or operate any equipment, fixtures or machinery which in Landlord's opinion is
harmful to it or disturbs the neighboring public;

        6. Not to display merchandise, solicit business or distribute any handbills or other
advertising matter on or about the Demised Premises;

       7. Not to install any signage on the exterior of the Demised Premises or in the interior of the
Demised Premises which is visible from the exterior of the Demised Premises without Landlord's
prior written consent;

        8. Not to install on or about the Demised Premises any exterior lighting, amplifiers or
similar devices and not to use in, on or about the Demised Premises any advertising medium which
may be heard or experienced outside the Demised Premises, such as flashing lights, searchlights,
loudspeakers, phonographs, television or radio broadcasts;

        9. Not to install a television antenna outside the Demised Premises without the Landlord's
written consent;

        10. To keep the Demised Premises clean, orderly, sanitary, and free from objectionable
odors and from termites, insects, vermin and other pests, and not to keep any live animals of any
kind in, upon or about the Demised Premises. Any program of extermination and the company or
person performing the same shall be subject to Landlord's approval. If Landlord establishes any
pest, vermin or other extermination program for all or any part of the Demised Premises; and, if
pests or vermin exist because of conditions within the Demised Premises and Tenant does not take
effective measures to eradicate such vermin or pests, Landlord may require Tenant to participate in
Landlord's program; and, Tenant covenants to reimburse Landlord's reasonable cost thereof as
estimated by Landlord;

       11. To prohibit and prevent the consumption of alcoholic beverages on the Demised
Premises.




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                                 City of Norcross                            65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                              Norcross, GA 30071



                                  Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1566

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                              Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                       Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Annual Subscription for Supplemental Power
         Staff Recommendation
         Recommend (i) and (v)




City of Norcross                            Page 1                                Printed on 11/14/2008
                              City of Norcross                              65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                             Norcross, GA 30071



                                Agenda Request
                               File Number: 08-1554

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                           Current Status: Policy Work Session
          Version: 1                                    Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Collection Agency Recommendation




City of Norcross                         Page 1                                  Printed on 11/14/2008
                                                                             Rudolph Smith
                                                                          Interim City Manager
                                                                        65 Lawrenceville Street
                                                                       Norcross, Georgia 30071
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                   COLLECTION AGENCY CONTRACT
        This Collection Agency Contract (this Agreement) is made and entered into this
______day of                         _, 2008, between Penn Credit Corporation, a Pennsylvania
corporation (PCC) and                                                            (CLIENT) as
part of the debt collection service made available through the Georgia Municipal Association.

                                   WITNESSETH:

       WHEREAS, CLIENT provides municipal services to individuals, corporations,
partnerships, and other entities (Consumers), within Georgia; and

        WHEREAS, from time to time, Consumers do not pay CLIENT amounts due to CLIENT
for services rendered (Delinquent Accounts); and

       WHEREAS, CLIENT desires for PCC to utilize its efforts to collect past due amounts
from certain Consumers and PCC desires to provide such services, all in accordance with the
terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.

       NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements set forth
below and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt, and sufficiency of which are
hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:

1.     SCOPE OF SERVICES

        CLIENT retains PCC to collect delinquent accounts, which the CLIENT in its sole
discretion may assign to PCC for collection. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be
construed as requiring CLIENT to use PCC exclusively or to place any set number or type of
accounts with PCC. PCC agrees to use its best efforts and work diligently to collect all money
due to CLIENT and to forward such money to CLIENT, all in accordance with the terms and
conditions of this Agreement.

2.     ASSIGNMENT OF DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS
       A. CLIENT shall notify PCC of Delinquent Accounts it wishes to assign to PCC. PCC
           will acknowledge receipt of such Delinquent Accounts within five (5) days of
           receipt from CLIENT (the "Acknowledgment Date").

       B. CLIENT is entitled to withdraw any Delinquent Account, which it may have placed in
          error with PCC. Otherwise, Delinquent Accounts referred to PCC shall remain with
          PCC for collection until PCC in consultation with CLIENT determines the account to
          be uncollectible.
3.   PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

     A.    PCC shall commence collection efforts upon receipt of any Delinquent Accounts
           and shall continue such efforts for the entire period such Delinquent Accounts are
           held by PCC.

     B.    PCC shall supervise and direct all collection work, devoting enough attention and
           applying the necessary skill and expertise to perform the work competently and
           efficiently. PCC shall be solely responsible for the means, methods, techniques,
           sequences, and procedures of the collection.

     C.   PCC shall perform its collection efforts in accordance with all federal, state, and
           local laws and regulations including but not limited to the Fair Credit Reporting
           Act, Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act, and the Georgia Open
           Records Act. PCC warrants that it has policies in place to comply with the “Red
           Flag Rules” pursuant to the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
           of 2003.

     D.    PCC shall provide CLIENT with status reports on all Delinquent Accounts within
           72 hours of written or verbal request for such reports.

4.   OBLIGATIONS OF CLIENT

     A.    At the time CLIENT assigns Delinquent Accounts to PCC, CLIENT shall provide
           PCC with the following information with respect to each Delinquent Account (the
           "Account Information") provided CLIENT has knowledge of this Account
           Information:

           i.     Payments received by CLIENT on the Accounts;

           ii.    Notices of any proceedings under the bankruptcy or insolvency laws of the
                  United States of America or any state relating to the Accounts;

           iii.   Notices of any actions or proceedings commenced by any Delinquent
                  Account Consumer against the CLIENT relating to the Delinquent
                  Accounts;

           iv.    Any communications received by CLIENT from the Delinquent Account
                  Consumer, or the legal representative of any Delinquent Account
                  Consumer, relating to the Delinquent Account or the collection of the
                  Delinquent Account; and

           v.     Any credits or other forgiveness granted by CLIENT with respect to any
                  Delinquent Account.
           CLIENT agrees that all such information shall be true and accurate to the best of
           its knowledge.

     B.    CLIENT shall have a continuing obligation to provide PCC any new or additional
           Account Information with respect to the Delinquent Accounts as soon as such
           information becomes known to CLIENT.
5.   COLLECTIONS; PAYMENTS

     A.   CLIENT agrees to pay PCC, as its sole compensation, a contingency fee equal to
          the following:

          16.5% for Accounts Aged less than two years from the last date of service and
          19.0% for Accounts Aged greater than two years from the last date of service
          on all collections made without the need for litigation.

           In addition, PCC agrees that it shall not be entitled to commission on Delinquent
          Accounts, which have been withdrawn from PCC pursuant to Section 2B of this
          Agreement; except to the extent that the payment directly resulted from the
          collection efforts of PCC. Otherwise, PCC shall be entitled to payment of any
          contingency fees resulting from payments CLIENT receives.

          If the debtor returns to the CLIENT for the purpose of reestablishing utility
          service after PCC’s collection efforts have been dormant for ninety (90) days,
          PCC will not be entitled to its collection fee on those accounts.

     B.   Collections made by PCC on Delinquent Accounts will be deposited immediately
          into a trust account maintained in a reputable bank. Such collections held in trust
          by PCC, shall be the property of CLIENT and not available for any other use by
          PCC.

     C.   All collections made by PCC on CLIENT's accounts will be remitted in full,
          (Gross Remit), by the fifteenth of each calendar month, accompanied by a
          remittance advice. The remittance advice shall contain a list of the Consumer's
          name, account number, amount collected, and whether the payment was made
          directly to PCC or CLIENT, and fee due PCC. CLIENT agrees to remit monies
          due PCC within thirty (30) days of receipt of invoice.

     D.   Collections made by PCC and remitted to CLIENT by PCC in which a check is
          returned unpaid by the bank, shall be reported on the remittance advice as a minus
          payment and minus collection fee.

          CLIENT will notify PCC when a check is returned by the bank unpaid on a
          payment made directly to CLIENT on which CLIENT has paid PCC the
          collection fee due. PCC will list such returned check on the next statement as a
          minus payment and minus collection fee.
6.   INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

     PCC agrees to maintain the following insurance coverage:

     A.     Personal Injury Liability Insurance, including errors and omissions in the amount
            of five million per claim & aggregate per year;
     B.     Comprehensive General Liability Insurance, including contractual liability in the
            amount of one million per occurrence, two million aggregate;
     C.     Worker's Compensation and Occupational Disease Insurance, including
            Employer's Liability Insurance in the amount of one million each accident/one
            million E.L. disease, each employee;
     D.     Automobile Liability Insurance (owned or non-owned) in the amount of one
            million Bodily Injury (Each person), one million property damage;
     F.     E.      Twenty-five thousand Surety Bond as required by statute; Commercial
            Crime in the amount of two million limit, two million 3rd party; and

     G.     Ten million excess/umbrella liability;

7.   TERM

      A.   This Agreement shall be effective as of the date shown and continue in effect until
            either party gives notice of termination. Either party may terminate this
            agreement upon giving thirty (30) days prior written notice thereof to the other
            party setting forth the effective date of such termination. Agency will return all
            referred accounts within 120 days after termination of the contract upon written
            request by CLIENT, with the exception of accounts currently paying or scheduled
            to pay within a reasonable time. Agency will receive its fee on any payments it
            receives for CLIENT on retained accounts after termination of this Agreement.

      B.   The Agreement shall terminate absolutely and without further obligation on the part
            of the CLIENT at the close of the calendar year in which it is executed and at the
            close of each succeeding calendar year for which it may be renewed. The total
            obligation of the CLIENT for the calendar year of execution and in each calendar
            year renewal term, if renewed, shall be determined by the services utilized by
            CLIENT as the purchaser of such services pursuant to Section 1 and 5. The
            Agreement shall obligate the CLIENT only for those sums payable during the
            calendar year of execution or for those sums payable in the individual calendar
            year renewal term. Title to any supplies, materials, equipment or other personal
            property of PCC or its subcontractors shall remain in PCC or its subcontractors.

8.   CREDIT BUREAU REPORTING

     A.     PCC will report Delinquent Accounts with an initial placement balance greater
            than $50 to the Credit Bureaus (collectively, "Credit Bureau") thirty (30) days
            after the Acknowledgment Date.

     B.     Based on Account Information PCC receives from CLIENT and information PCC
            has in its possession, PCC shall keep Credit Bureau informed of changes in the
            status of Delinquent Accounts.
        C.     Disputed accounts will be reported as disputed in accordance with the Fair Credit
               Reporting Act (623(a)(3): Duty to provide notice: If the completeness or accuracy
               of any information furnished by any person to any consumer reporting agency is
               disputed as to such person by a consumer, the person may not furnish the
               information to any consumer reporting agency without notice that such
               information is disputed by the customer).

 9.     INDEMNIFICATION

        A.     As allowed by Georgia law, CLIENT shall defend, hold harmless and indemnify
               PCC, its shareholders, officers and employees against any and all liabilities,
               claims, damages, costs, judgments and expenses, including attorney fees, sought
               or asserted against PCC, its shareholders, officers and employees of PCC arising
               out of the collection activities of PCC if such liabilities, claims, damages, costs,
               judgments or expenses are based primarily or solely, upon any of the following:

               i.     Any actions by CLIENT, its officers, employees or contractors, including
                      any other collection agency; or

               ii.    Inaccuracy in any Account Information supplied by CLIENT to PCC, or
                      failure by CLIENT to supply Account Information to PCC, including the
                      failure to provide updated Account Information as it becomes available.

        B.     PCC shall defend, hold harmless and indemnify CLIENT, its affiliates,
               shareholders, officers and employees against any and all liabilities, claims,
               damages, costs, judgments and expenses, including attorney fees, sought or
               asserted against CLIENT, its affiliates, shareholders, officers and employees of
               CLIENT arising out of the collection activities of PCC if such liabilities, claims,
               damages, costs, judgments or expenses are based or alleged to be based, in whole
               or in part, upon any of the following:

               i.     Any actions by PCC, its officers, employees or contractors; or

               ii.    Failure by PCC to relay Account Information supplied by CLIENT to PCC
                      to Credit Bureau.

        C.     The obligations of CLIENT and PCC under this Section 10 shall be continuing
               obligations of CLIENT and PCC, as the case may be, and shall specifically
               survive the termination of this Agreement or any other agreement between
               CLIENT and PCC.

10.     GEORGIA SECURITY AND IMMIGRATION COMPLIANCE ACT

 The following employee-number category is applicable to PCC:
 ( )    500 or more employees
 ( )    100 or more employees
 ( )    Fewer than 100 employees
PCC agrees that, in the event PCC employs or contracts with any subcontractor(s) in connection
with the covered contract, PCC will secure from the subcontractor(s) such subcontractor(s’)
indication of the employee-number category applicable to the subcontractor.

PCC attests compliance with the requirements of O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 and Rule
300-10-1-.02 by the execution of the contractor affidavit attached as Appendix A as shown in
Rule 300-10-1-.07, or a substantially similar contractor affidavit, which document is attached to
and made a part of this contract as Exhibit A.

PCC agrees that, in the event PCC employs or contracts with any subcontractor(s) in connection
with the covered contract, PCC will secure from such subcontractor(s) attestation of the
subcontractor’s compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 and Rule 300-10-1-.02 by the
subcontractor’s execution of the subcontractor affidavit shown in Rule 300-10-1-.08 or a
substantially similar subcontractor affidavit, and maintain records of such attestation for
inspection by the City at any time. Such subcontractor affidavit included with this Agreement as
Exhibit B shall be made a part of the contractor/subcontractor agreement.

11.    MISCELLANEOUS

       A.     PCC shall not transfer, assign, sell, or convey any Delinquent Accounts to any
              other collection agency without the prior written consent of CLIENT.

       B.     All notices required to be sent under the terms of this Agreement shall be sent to
              CLIENT addressed as listed below:

              CLIENT:

              Address:

              Address:

              Attn:

       and to PCC addressed:

              Penn Credit Corporation
              916 South 14th Street
              Harrisburg, PA 17104
              Attn: Richard S. Templin, President

       Such designations may be changed at any time by either party giving written notice of a
       new name and/or address.

       C.     This Agreement shall be construed under the laws of the State of Georgia.

       D.     Wherever possible, each provision of this Agreement shall be interpreted in such
              manner as to be effective and valid under applicable law. If any such provision of
              this Agreement shall be determined to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision
              shall be ineffective to the extent of such prohibition or invalidity without
              invalidating or otherwise affecting the remaining provisions of this Agreement.
      E.     This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which
             when so executed shall be deemed to be an original and all of which counterparts
             of this Agreement taken together shall constitute but one and the same instrument.

      F.     This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties
             hereto and their respective heirs, successors and assigns.

      G.     Headings used in this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not affect the
             construction of this Agreement.

      IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed and entered into this
      Agreement as of the date first set forth above.

                                   PENN CREDIT CORPORATION

                                   By:    ____________________________

                                   Printed Name:______________________

                                   Title: ____________________________

                                   Date: _____________________________

                                   CLIENT

                                   By:   _____________________________

                                   Printed Name:______________________

                                   Title: _____________________________

                                   Date: _____________________________

Approved as to form
by City Attorney

_______________________
                                           Exhibit A

                      CONTRACTOR AFFIDAVIT AND AGREEMENT
By executing this affidavit, the undersigned contractor verifies its compliance with O.C.G.A.
§13-10-91, stating affirmatively that the individual, firm, or corporation which is contracting
with the City of ___________________ has registered with and is participating in a federal work
authorization program [any of the electronic verification of work authorization programs
operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security or any equivalent federal work
authorization program operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security to verify
information of newly hired employees, pursuant to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of
1986 (IRCA), P.L. 99-603], in accordance with the applicability provisions and deadlines
established in O.C.G.A. §13-10-91.

The undersigned further agrees that, should it employ or contract with any subcontractor(s) in
connection with the physical performance of services pursuant to this contract with the City of
________________, contractor will secure from such subcontractor(s) similar verification of
compliance with
O.C.G.A. §13-10-91 on the

Subcontractor Affidavit provided in Rule 300-10-01-.08 or a substantially similar form.
Contractor further agrees to maintain records of such compliance and provide a copy of each
such verification to the City of __________________ at the time the subcontractor(s) is retained
to perform such service.

EEV / Basic Pilot Program User Identification Number:________________________________

BY: Authorized Officer or Agent of Penn Credit Corporation: ___________________________

Title of Authorized Officer or Agent of Contractor:____________________________________

Printed Name of Authorized Officer or Agent:________________________________________

Date: _____________

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN
BEFORE ME ON THIS THE
_____ DAY OF ______________________, 200_
Notary Public:_____________________________
Print Name:_______________________________
                                                                                       SEAL
My Commission Expires:     ____________________
                                           Exhibit B

                              SUBCONTRACTOR AFFIDAVIT

By executing this affidavit, the undersigned subcontractor verifies its compliance with
O.C.G.A. §13-10-91, stating affirmatively that the individual, firm or corporation which is
engaged in the physical performance of services under a contract with the Georgia Municipal
Association, Inc. on behalf of the City of _____________________ has registered with and is
participating in a federal work authorization program [any of the electronic verification of work
authorization programs operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security or any
equivalent federal work authorization program operated by the United States Department of
Homeland Security to verify information of newly hired employees, pursuant to the Immigration
Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), P.L. 99-603], in accordance with the applicability
provisions and deadlines established in O.C.G.A. §13-10-91.
________________________________________
EEV / Basic Pilot Program User Identification Number

                             By:__________________________________

                             Printed Name:__________________________

                             Company Name:_________________________

                             Title:_________________________________

                             Date:__________________________________
                               PENN CREDIT CORPORATION

Thank you for participating in GMA’s revenue recovery program. We hope this will provide you with the
information needed for Penn Credit to start the process in the recovery of your outstanding debts.

        Approve and sign the attached agreement
        NOTE that Exhibits A & B in the agreement relate to the Georgia Security and Immigration
        Compliance Act and will be completed and signed by Penn Credit and returned to you with
        the final executed agreement
        Complete the contact information below
        Send the signed agreement along with a copy of this completed sheet to Mary Ellen Lickel at
        Penn Credit by email at Maryellen.lickel@penncredit.com or by regular mail at PO Box 988,
        Harrisburg, PA 17108-0988
        Penn Credit will return a fully executed copy of the agreement to you for your records
        Bruce Hower and his staff will contact the “Point of Contact” to begin the process of setting up
        your accounts




Client Information
Government Organization Name
Type of Debt
Primary “Point of Contact”
Street Address
City
State
Zip
Contact’s Phone Number
Contact’s Fax Number
Contact’s Email Address




Penn Credit Client Representatives:

Bruce Hower                                                       Rhett Donagher
bruce.hower@penncredit.com                                        Rhett.donagher@penncredit.com
800.800.3328 ext. 3018                                            800.800.3328 ext. 3003
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                                 Agenda Request
                                 File Number: 08-1567

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                             Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                      Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Pole Attachment Agreement
         Staff Recommendation
         Approval




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                                   Agenda Request
                                  File Number: 08-1569

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                              Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                       Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Voluntary Deposits into Municipal Competitive Trust


         Staff Recommendation:

         New General Funding - 50% Short Term Portfolio and
          New Generation Funding - 50% Internediate Term Portfolio
          Flexible Operating Account/Intermediate Term Portfolio $39,935.00
          New General Funding Account/Intermediate Term Portfolio
         $39,935.00




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                                 Agenda Request
                                 File Number: 08-1570

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                             Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                      Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Second Amendment to the Municipal Competitive Trust

         Staff Recommendation
         Approval




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                                  Agenda Request
                                 File Number: 08-1571

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                             Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                        Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Special Subscription for 2009 Supplemental Power


         Staff Recommendation

         Recommend (i)




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                                  Agenda Request
                                 File Number: 08-1573

      Introduced: 11/6/2008                             Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                      Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Discuss Four Year Terms of Office




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                                    Agenda Request
                                    File Number: 08-1576

      Introduced: 11/7/2008                                Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                         Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         2009 Legislative Package




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THE CITY OF NORCROSS




2009 LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES




          For more information:

     Rudolph Smith, Interim City Manager
           65 Lawrenceville Street
             Norcross, GA 30071
               (770) 448-2122
            rsmith@norcrossga.net
November 10, 2008

Honorable Members of the Gwinnett County Legislative Delegation
Georgia State Capitol
Atlanta, GA 30334


Dear Friends:

Thank you for taking the time to meet with our elected officials to discuss issues of
mutual interest as you begin the 2009 session of the Georgia General Assembly.

The City of Norcross has several initiatives we hope that you will agree to support this
session. Please take the time to read over this packet of information. The elected body
and city staff are available at your convenience to answer any questions you may have or
to provide you with additional information.

While our list of requests is rather light, we consider three initiatives to be critical to our
future.

For this legislative session, the City of Norcross would like to move forward with a
change in state law that would allow the City the flexibility to hold our municipal
elections at the same polling places as our voters utilize for county, state and federal
elections.

We would also like to amend state law to provide Community Improvement Districts
with the ability to participate in the redevelopment of Norcross through their participation
in tax allocation district financing. Currently, state law does not permit Community
Improvement Districts to participate in this important redevelopment tool.

The City of Norcross also would like for our delegation to consider a request from the
City of Norcross for a large annexation to our east and west. The City of Norcross is
working cooperatively with Gwinnett County to come to agreement on this annexation
request prior to asking that legislation be drafted.

Finally, thank you for the many sacrifices you make to serve our great State of Georgia.
As elected officials, we are keenly aware of the amount of time your job takes away from
your families. All of our citizens appreciate the hard work you do on our behalf.


On behalf of the City of Norcross,



Bucky Johnson
Mayor
ISSUE 1 – CHANGE TO STATE ELECTION CODE

REQUEST:

The City of Norcross respectfully requests the adoption of statewide legislation that
would allow the City of Norcross and other cities in similar predicaments to petition the
County Election Superintendent to allow for a municipal polling location outside the
corporate limits of the city.

JUSTIFICATION:

The City of Norcross holds municipal elections each year (Mayor and Council are on
staggered two year terms). The City runs its municipal election with in house staff and
volunteer poll workers. The elections are held at City Hall without the assistance of
Gwinnett County.

In years where municipal elections are held concurrently with county, state or federal
elections, voters in the city limits of Norcross are required to vote in two locations. This
is an undue burden on our citizens and could be rectified by either allowing the County to
administer our elections through their pre-existing polling locations or designate City
Hall in Norcross as a separate precinct. The County has objected to designating City Hall
as a precinct in County, State and Federal elections based on staffing and logistical
concerns. They have objected to administering our elections at their polling places in
part due to a state law provision that would not allow that practice. The City is
requesting a change in state law that would eliminate the prohibition against hosting a
city election outside of our municipal boundaries.

The City has considered the impact this change would have on other communities and
finds no reasonable argument that would preclude this change in state law. It is clearly in
the best interest of the voters and the democratic process to allow for a single polling
location for each election.

ATTACHMENTS:

A: Proposed legislation prepared by the City of Norcross that would eliminate the
prohibition in state law regarding the establishment of a polling location outside a
municipal boundary.
ISSUE 2 – CHANGE TO REDEVELOPMENT POWERS
LAW

REQUEST:

The City of Norcross respectfully requests the adoption of statewide legislation that
would allow Community Improvement Districts to voluntarily participate in the funding
of redevelopment costs for municipal and county tax allocation districts.

JUSTIFICATION:

State law currently allows for county’s and school boards to consent to the inclusion of
the growth portion of a county or school board’s tax digest in a municipal or county tax
allocation district. This consent is entirely voluntary and it allows for a larger portion of
the growth in the tax digest in a tax allocation district to be used to fund redevelopment
costs in said district.

The Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District is located partly in the City of
Norcross. The portion that is in Norcross sits in the middle of the Buford Highway
corridor, which is a major redevelopment zone for the City. This change in state law
would allow the Community Improvement District, if it so chooses, to participate in
funding a portion of the redevelopment costs for projects within both the Community
Improvement District and the tax allocation district. The Community Improvement
District could only consent to the growth portion of their tax digest, the same as cities,
counties and school boards.

The Redevelopment Powers Law was written before the proliferation of Community
Improvement Districts in metro Atlanta. As the Community Improvement Districts
involve themselves further into redevelopment projects, it would be helpful to be able to
ask for their participation in municipal and county redevelopment projects within their
boundaries.

The City of Norcross has unofficially spoken with the Gwinnett Village Community
Improvement District and has heard no objections to this change in state law. Nothing in
this amendment would require them to participate in any tax allocation district.


ATTACHMENTS:

A: Proposed statewide legislation that would allow for Community Improvement
Districts to actively participate in funding redevelopment costs through a tax allocation
district.
ISSUE 3 – ANNEXATION REQUEST

REQUEST:

The City of Norcross respectfully requests that the General Assembly work with the City
of Norcross and Gwinnett County regarding a “legislative annexation” of land to the east
and west of Norcross.

JUSTIFICATION:

Annexation is a strategic and useful tool for municipalities and counties to navigate
efficiencies in service delivery and to ensure financial stability. The City of Norcross
staff has been working with the County Manager to jointly agree on an annexation plan
that would not harm Gwinnett County and would enhance service delivery in the area.

ATTACHMENTS:

A: Map showing the proposed annexation areas.
      ISSUE 1 – CHANGE TO STATE ELECTION CODE
Attachment A: Proposed legislation prepared by the City of Norcross that would
eliminate the prohibition in state law regarding the establishment of a polling location
outside a municipal boundary.



§ 21-2-265 (e)

The superintendent may establish the polling place for a precinct outside the boundaries
of the precinct if there is no suitable facility within the precinct which could be used as a
polling place and if, by so doing, such polling place would better serve the needs of the
voters.
   ISSUE 2 – CHANGE TO REDEVELOPMENT POWERS
                       LAW

Attachment A: Proposed statewide legislation that would allow for Community
Improvement Districts to actively participate in funding redevelopment costs through a
tax allocation district.

§ 36-44-9. Computation of tax allocation increments of districts
Add:

(c) When a tax allocation district is created within the area of operation of a Community
Improvement District (as established by Article IX, Section VII of the Georgia
Constitution) by the local legislative body of the municipality or the local legislative
body of the county, all or part of ad valorem property taxes levied by the Community
Improvement District may be included in the computation of tax allocation increments of
a municipal tax allocation district or county tax allocation district if the administrative
body of the community improvement district consents to such inclusion by resolution
duly adopted by said administrative body.
                   ISSUE 3 – ANNEXATION
ATTACHMENT A: Map showing the proposed annexation areas
    ISSUE 3 – OPPOSITION TO HR 900; THE “GREAT
                       PLAN”

ATTACHMENT B: Resolution unanimously opposing HR 900; the GREAT plan
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                                                                           Norcross, GA 30071



                               Agenda Request
                               File Number: 08-1580

      Introduced: 11/7/2008                           Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                    Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Board Appointments




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                                  Agenda Request
                                 File Number: 08-1581

      Introduced: 11/14/2008                            Current Status: Agenda Ready
          Version: 1                                      Matter Type: Agenda Item

         Title
         Discussion of City Manager Hiring Procedure




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             CITY OF NORCROSS – CITY MANAGER ADVERTISEMENT 
 
 
 
The City of Norcross is seeking an innovative, customer service focused and experienced City Manager.  
Current  manager  resigned  to  take  a  job  in  a  newly  incorporated  city  in  Georgia.    Full‐service  council‐
manager  municipality,  including  city  electric  and  water  distribution  system,  and  police  department.  
Financially  stable,  seasoned  management  team  in  place,  with  a  total  of  104  employees.    Outstanding 
opportunity  to  serve  as  City  Manager  for  Gwinnett  County’s  best  city.    Located  in  Metro  Atlanta, 
Norcross  is  a  vibrant  community  that  offers  a  charming  hometown  feel  with  beautiful  historic  homes 
and  a  classic  downtown.    Excellent  schools  and  a  high  quality  of  life.    Require  bachelor’s  degree  from 
accredited  college/university,  desire  master’s  degree.    Strongly  prefer  significant  city  management 
experience  or  comparable  management  experience  in  a  non‐traditional  setting.      Ideal  candidate  is 
approachable  consensus‐builder  with  superior  public  relations  skills  and  budgeting 
experience/expertise.  Experience with electric utility/water utility helpful.  For additional information, 
contact Mayor Bucky Johnson at 770‐448‐2122 or bucky@norcrossga.net.  Detailed resume and letter of 
interest, to City Manager Search, c/o Mayor Bucky Johnson, 65 Lawrenceville Street, Norcross GA. 

				
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