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					 THE CITY OF


    MAITLAND
                    Florida
    CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS
   PROGRAM

2009—2013

   September 2008
                                    CITY OF MAITLAND
                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                       FY 2009 - 2013

                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS

I.   INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY TABLES
             Introduction……………………………………………………………………………                                 1-2
             Table 1 Summary - All Categories and All Funds……………………………….               4
             Table 2 Summary - Project Data………………………………………………….                        5
             Table 3 Summary - Projects Percentage………………………………………..                    6

II. CURRENT AND FUTURE PROJECTIONS
            General Fund Revenue Background……………………………………………….                         1-4
            Table 4 General Fund - Revenue Detail…………………………………………..                    6-8
            Table 5 General Fund - Financing Summary…………………………………….                    9
            Table 6 Utilities Fund - Cash Flow………………………………………………..                     11
            Table 7 Community Park Trust Fund - Cash Flow………………………………                  12
            Table 8 Road Impact Fee Fund……………………………………………………                           13
            Table 9 City Facilities Space needs and Debt Service Fund - Cash Flows….   14
            Table 10 Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) - Cash Flows……………            15
            Table 11 Stormwater Environmental Utility - Cash Flows……………………….           16

III. PRIORITY GROUP CLASSIFICATION/DETAIL ON EACH PROJECT
              Introduction - Priority Group Classification and Detail……………………………       1-4

IV. TRAFFIC CIRCULATION
             TR001 - Transportation Improvements…………………………………………….. 1 - 5

V. WATER
              WA001 - Water Transmission / Distribution………………………………………                 1-4

VI. PAVEMENT
           PV001 - Pavement Treatment………………………………………………………                             1 - 14
           BS001 - Bicycle/Sidewalk Network………………………………………………..                        15 - 18

VII. SANITARY SEWER
             WW001 - Transmission / Lift Station Improvements…………………………….              1-4

VIII.STORMWATER / LAKES MANAGEMENT
            LK001 - Drainage and Lakes Management……………………………………….                      1-6

IX. PUBLIC SAFETY
             CR001 - City Wide Radio Upgrade…………………………………………………                        1-6
             FD004 - Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Renovations……………………             7 - 10

X. RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE
           PR001 - Park Master Plan Implementation……………………………………….                     1-4
           ST001 - Entry Features and Streetscape…………………………………………                      5-8

XI. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS
            CF001 - City Wide Space Needs / Master Planning…………………………….                1-4


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INTRODUCTION
                                          INTRODUCTION

     This document summarizes and details the major capital expenditure projects contemplated by the City
of Maitland over the next five years. The projects included are consistent with the City's approved
Comprehensive Development Plan. Capital improvement projects, by definition, are physical assets
constructed or purchased to provide, improve or replace a public facility and are large scale and high in cost.
The cost of a capital improvement is generally non-recurring and may require multi-year financing. For the
purposes of the State requirements, physical assets which have been identified as existing or projected needs
in the individual comprehensive plan elements shall be considered capital improvements. (Rule 9J-5.003 (12)
, F.A.C.)

     Included in this Introduction section are three tables, which summarize the overall program. Table 1 lists
all projects, by category. Each project is assigned a project number and name, as well as the funding source
and anticipated annual cost. The total impact on each Fund is shown at the bottom of the table. In addition,
Table 1 correlates the Capital Improvements Program to the Recommended Improvements in the City’s draft
budget. Tables 2 and 3 list the individual projects, by project number, and show the five-year fiscal impact of
each project on the various Funds. Table 2 presents the information in terms of total dollars, while Table 3
shows the percentage impact.

     The Projections section provides an overview of projected revenues and non-capital expenditures, and the
fiscal impact associated with the projects. This section also includes five year projections of the various funds
used to make capital improvements.

    The Priority Group section includes the detailed description and analysis for each project. The format
includes information on implementation, operating budget impacts, source information, interaction with the
CDP, effects on adopted levels of service, and decision-making criteria. Priority Group criteria and rankings
provide an analytical tool for the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council to prioritize programs.

     This five-year Capital Improvements Program represents the implementation of key master plans within
the City; the Stormwater/Lakes Management Plan, the Cultural Corridor, Downtown Maitland, Parks
Master Plan, Space Needs Master Plan and the Water and Sewer Master Plans. In addition, this CIP also
considers major projects that have achieved the objectives identified in the CDP, but must continue to be
maintained to sustain those objectives. An example of this type project would be the Pavement Treatment
Program, which has an achieved result of exceeding the condition rating score above 80. The rating is based
on pothole presence, cracking, rutting and other pavement conditions criteria. Funding for resurfacing over
the five-year period is $1.3M.

    Orlando Avenue, which runs through the center of the Downtown Maitland Plan, will continue to see
many infrastructure and aesthetic improvements during this five-year period. In conjunction with Orange
County the City plans to encourage redevelopment through a CRA and by rebuilding City facilities as
identified in the Space Needs Master Plan. Additionally the City plans to upgrade utilities, improve traffic
flow, provide parking and complement the Parks Master Plan through providing enhanced landscaping,
green space and pedestrian friendly travel along the Orlando Avenue Corridor. Transportation
improvements include many of the roadway recommendations needed to implement the West Side
Transportation Master Plan and the Downtown Maitland Revitalization Plan. Many of the improvements
envisioned are expected to be public/private partnerships between developers and the City and will occur
over many years.

    The Stormwater Lakes Management Program represents a long-term commitment to improve lake
quality and environmental concerns in the City, as emphasized with the adoption of the Stormwater/Lakes
Management Master Plan in Fiscal Year 1996. Technologies are reviewed annually by the Lakes Advisory



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Board and the Master Plan was updated in 2006. A dedicated funding source has been established in the
form of a stormwater environmental utility fee approved in FY 08 and anticipated to generate $982K in FY 09.
This five-year program includes a series of improvements to Lake Maitland and preparation for treatment of
stormwater from the Downtown Maitland area. Additionally, improvements to Lakes Gem, Catherine and
Sybelia are planned. The five-year total is approximately $3.1 million from the Stormwater Environmental
Utility Fund.

    Improvements to the Water Transmission & Distribution System and the Sanitary Sewer System will
be focused on implementing the Sewer Master Plan, and upgrading water lines from 2” to 6” water mains.
Combined, the capital improvements for utilities total $9.2M over the five year period.

    The five year plan also calls for the Entry Features and Streetscape Program ($230K), to upgrade the
Cultural Corridor, Maitland Center and Orlando Avenue areas.

     The implementation of the Parks Master Plan is a five-year program totaling $2.4M. This program
receives funds from the Parks Trust Fund, and the City’s General Fund. The purchase of land, playground
equipment and court replacement, as well as upgrading Kings Row Park and Quinn Strong Park are planned
for the five year period. The City plans to continue installing pedestrian friendly paths through the Bicycle
/Sidewalk Network Program which is funded at $1.2M over the five-year period.

    Public Safety is also a focus of the five-year Capital Improvements Program. Technology upgrades to
the City-wide Radio System ($2.9M), which include infrastructure improvements, bi-directional antennas
and replacement of all hand held radios in the five year period. Maintaining communication technologies
that are interoperable with surrounding jurisdiction is essential to providing quality police and fire
protection. Additionally, improvements and reinforcements to the City’s Emergency Operations Center are
recommended at $159K.

    Further, the City will continue programs to enhance the Cultural Corridor area and to landscape its
entryways and reforest major arterials and collector streets in the City. These and the other projects detailed
in this five-year Capital Improvements Program promote the goals established in the Comprehensive
Development Plan, which are to enable Maitland to continue to develop in a positive way, reflecting the
City's character as a “community for life”.




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                                                         TABLE 1
                                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM FY 2009 - FY 2013
 Agent Fund Fund                  Proj #                               Project                                 2009                 2010               2011               2012               2013               TOTAL
                                               TRAFFIC CIRCULATION
 CD/PW        CRA        61        TR001         Transportation Improvements                              $                -    $     500,000      $              -   $              -   $              -   $     500,000
   PW         Gen        01        TR001         Transportation Improvements                              $                -    $              -   $              -   $    150,000       $              -   $     150,000
   PW         Res        99        TR001         Transportation Improvements *                            $   1,800,000         $              -   $              -   $              -   $              -   $    1,800,000
   PW         Road       35        TR001         Transportation Improvements                              $      455,000        $     460,000      $    3,400,000     $   3,900,000      $    750,000       $    8,965,000
                                               INFRASTRUCTURE
   PW          Util      41       WA001          Water Transmission / Distribution                        $      150,000        $     721,500      $     755,200      $    555,800       $     70,000       $    2,252,500
                                               PAVEMENT
   PW         Gen        01        PV001         Pavement Treatment                                       $      171,647        $     204,750      $     267,775      $    293,215       $    348,138       $    1,285,525
   PW         Gen        01        BS001         Bicycle / Sidewalk Network                               $       50,000        $     100,000      $     312,000      $    299,000       $    405,000       $    1,166,000
                                               SANITARY/SEWER
   PW          Util      41       WW001          Lift Station Improvements                                $   1,590,000         $     911,000      $    2,202,500     $   1,578,000      $    540,000       $    6,821,500
                                               STORMWATER/LAKES MGT
   PW         CRA        61        LK001         Stormwater Lakes Management Plan                         $            -        $          -       $          -       $          -       $          -       $            -
   PW         SEU        32        LK001         Stormwater Lakes Management Plan                         $      595,000        $     636,000      $     661,000      $    595,000       $    605,000       $    3,092,000
                                               PUBLIC SAFETY
    PD        Gen        01       CR001          City Wide Radio Upgrade                                  $       47,500        $      17,500      $    2,602,500     $          -       $    200,000       $    2,867,500
    FD        Gen        01        FD004         Emergency Operat. Center Renovation                      $            -        $          -       $     110,000      $     48,808       $          -       $     158,808
                                               RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE
    PR        Gen        01       PR001          Parks Master Planning Implementation                     $         1,400       $       4,400      $        4,400     $      4,400       $          -       $      14,600
    PR       Parks       65       PR001          Parks Master Planning Implementation                     $      990,000        $     450,000      $     460,220      $    175,000       $    330,000       $    2,405,220
 CD/PW        Gen        01        ST001         Entry Features and Streetscape                           $            -        $          -       $      80,000      $    150,000       $          -       $     230,000
                                               COMMUNITY FACILITIES
   PW          Util      41        CF001         City Facilities - Master Planning                        $       64,900        $      15,000      $      23,000      $     14,000       $     14,000       $     130,900
   PW         Gen        01        CF001         City Facilities - Master Planning - pooled               $      123,450        $     214,800      $     309,370      $     99,380       $    101,880       $     848,880
                                               VOTED PROJECTS
   PW          CP        39        CF001         City Facilities - Master Planning                        $   2,400,000         $    6,000,000     $          -       $          -       $          -       $    8,400,000


                                                 TOTAL                                                    $   8,438,897         $   10,234,950     $   11,187,965     $   7,862,603      $   3,364,018      $   41,088,433


Fund Key Gen                                                                     GENERAL FUND $                  393,997        $     541,450      $    3,686,045     $   1,044,803      $   1,055,018      $    6,721,313
              Road                                                   ROAD IMPACT FEE FUND $                      455,000        $     460,000      $    3,400,000     $   3,900,000      $    750,000       $    8,965,000
              CRA                                                              CRA TRUST FUND $                        -        $     500,000      $          -       $          -       $          -       $     500,000
               CP                                                  CAPITAL PROJECT (Voted) $                  2,400,000         $    6,000,000     $          -       $          -       $          -       $    8,400,000
               Util                                                               UTILITIES FUND $            1,804,900         $    1,647,500     $    2,980,700     $   2,147,800      $    624,000       $    9,204,900
             Parks                                                           PARK TRUST FUND $                   990,000        $     450,000      $     460,220      $    175,000       $    330,000       $    2,405,220
              SEU                              STORMWATER ENVIRONMENTAL UTILITY $                               595,000         $     636,000      $     661,000      $    595,000       $    605,000       $    3,092,000
              DEV                                               Earmarked Funds $                             1,800,000         $         -        $         -        $        -         $        -         $    1,800,000
* Grant funded, Earmarked, or paid by Developer.
** Costs associated with these projects are referenced in various other projects and do not have an impact on summary totals.




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                                                                                             TABLE 2
                                                                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                                                                  TOTAL FUNDING OF PROJECTS
                                                                                        PROJECT DATA
                                                                              FISCAL YEARS ENDING 2009 - 2013


    Project                                                                                                           Fund
                                                                                        1
    Number                    Project Name                     General        Enterprise      Park Trust    Road Impact   CRA Trust     Stormwater     Cap Proj         Total

    TR001²    Transportation Improvements                  $     150,000                                    $ 8,965,000   $   500,000                               $    9,615,000

    WA001     Water Transmission / Distribution                               $ 2,252,500                                                                           $    2,252,500

    PV001     Pavement Treatment                           $ 1,285,525                                                                                              $    1,285,525

    BS001     Bicycle / Sidewalk Network                   $ 1,166,000                                                                                              $    1,166,000

    WW001 Lift Station Improvements                                           $ 6,821,500                                                                           $    6,821,500

    LK001     Stormwater Lakes Management Plan                                                                                          $ 3,092,000                 $    3,092,000

    CR001     City Wide Radio Upgrade                      $ 2,867,500                                                                                              $    2,867,500

    UT001     Utility Relocation                           $             -                                                                                          $            -

    FD004     Emergency Operations Center Renovation       $     158,808                                                                                            $     158,808

    PR001     Parks Master Planning Implementation         $      14,600                      $ 2,405,220                                                           $    2,419,820

    ST001     Entry Features and Streetscape               $     230,000                                                                                            $     230,000

    CF001     City Facilities - Master Planning            $     848,880      $    130,900                                                            $ 8,400,000   $    9,379,780
              TOTAL                                        $ 6,721,313        $ 9,204,900     $ 2,405,220   $ 8,965,000   $   500,000   $ 3,092,000   $ 8,400,000   $   39,288,433


1
  Includes Utilities Fund and Solid Waste Fund
² Does not include Earmarked / Grant / Developer funding




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                                                                                    TABLE 3
                                                                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                                                           TOTAL FUNDING OF PROJECTS
                                                                                 PROJECT DATA
                                                                         FISCAL YEARS ENDING 2009 - 2013


    Project                                                                                                    Fund
    Number                   Project Name                  General      Enterprise1   Park Trust     Road Impact   CRA Trust    Stormwater   Cap Proj     Total
    TR001²    Transportation Improvements                       2.2%                                      100.0%       100.0%                                24.5%
    WA001     Water Transmission / Distribution                               24.5%                                                                           5.7%
    PV001     Pavement Treatment                               19.1%                                                                                          3.3%
    BS001     Bicycle / Sidewalk Network                       17.3%                                                                                          3.0%
    WW001 Lift Station Improvements                                           74.1%                                                                          17.4%
    LK001     Stormwater Lakes Management Plan                                                                                      100.0%                    7.9%
    CR001     City Wide Radio Upgrade                          42.7%                                                                                          7.3%
    UT001     Utility Relocation
    FD004     Emergency Operations Center Renovation            2.4%                                                                                          0.4%
    PR001     Parks Master Planning Implementation              0.2%                        100.0%                                                            6.2%
    ST001     Entry Features and Streetscape                    3.4%                                                                                          0.6%
    CF001     City Facilities - Master Planning                12.6%           1.4%                                                              100.0%      23.9%
              TOTAL                                           100.0%         100.0%         100.0%        100.0%       100.0%       100.0%       100.0%     100.0%


1
    Includes Utilities Fund and Solid Waste Fund

² Does not include Earmarked / Grant / Developer funding




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PROJECTIONS
                              GENERAL FUND REVENUE BACKGROUND

  This chapter provides a brief overview of the existing sources of revenue in the City's General Fund
provides historical data for these revenues and projects General Fund revenues for 2009 through 2013. In
addition, each of the remaining funds targeted to finance capital improvements are analyzed to determine if
the fund will support the projects allocated to it.

  The City currently operates from three funds: General Fund, Enterprise Fund for Water and Sewer, and
Enterprise Fund for Solid Waste. The General Fund has a variety of revenue sources. The primary revenue
source for the Enterprise Funds stems from various charges for services. The following information is
provided for the purpose of better understanding the sources of revenue for the City of Maitland, Florida.
All revenues are directly related to activities within the City limits. Their sources and limitations are cited.

TAXES AND USER FEES

Ad Valorem Tax: Ad Valorem tax is the single largest revenue producer for the City, accounting for
approximately 38% of total general fund revenue. The amount of revenue generated is determined by the
taxable values established by the Orange County Appraiser and the millage rate set by the City. In FY 2008,
Council voted unanimously to maintain the FY 07 millage rate of 3.88. As a result of new tax laws passed via
Florida voter referendum in January 2008, the City’s FY 09 taxable valuation will be reduced by the doubling
of the homestead exemption and future years are impacted by the portability of homestead exemptions and
caps on valuation increases. In addition to the new tax law impacts in FY 09, the City has projected little
growth in taxable values, except for growth associated with new construction over the next five years. The
result is a FY 09 millage rate of 3.88, which generates 2.02% less revenue than the amount permitted under
the State’s roll-back provisions.

The Maitland Center area is home to approximately 500,000 square feet of “class A” office space ideally
located in Central Florida. Occupancy rates remain competitive; however, it is important to recognize that the
City relies heavily on ad valorem revenues generated from non-homesteaded properties. Should the area
West of I-4 experience significant de-valuation, as in 1993; ad valorem tax revenues would significantly
decline.

Property valuations related to the Downtown Maitland CRA are frozen at their base (2002 tax year) values.
This allows the CRA to capture both the City and County’s portion of the incremental ad valorem taxes
towards improvements in that district. Except for new construction, taxable values in the CRA are held
constant over the planning years.

In addition to the projected general ad valorem taxes, this five year plan calls for the City to complete the
remaining City Facilities projects: a new Fire Station east of Interstate-4 and a new City Hall. These projects
were funded by a Limited General Obligation (GO) Bond not to exceed 0.5 mills approved by voters in July,
2004.

Stormwater Environmental Fee: For several years, the City has recognized the need to implement a long–
term funding source for the Stormwater Lakes Management program (“SLMP”). In August 2008, City
Council created a stormwater environmental utility which provides a dedicated funding source for
expenditures related to the administration, operation and capital improvements required to implement the
SLMP. The revenue source is anticipated to generate $982K beginning in FY 09.

Local Option Gas Tax: This six cents per gallon county-wide tax is allocated to the City based upon an
inter-local agreement with Orange County. The City's allocation is dependent upon both gallons of gas
sold and shifts in statewide population. The distribution formula for the local option fuel (gas) tax is


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based upon a population formula that will be updated annually based on data provided by the Bureau of
Economic and Business Research at the University of Central Florida to the Executive Office of the
Governor. FY 09 receipts are projected at .5% more than FY 08 revised projections.

Franchise Fees: Fees are levied on certain utilities by the City for the privilege of doing business within the
City. Franchise holders include Progress Energy Florida, Inc., Peoples Gas Company, and Waste Services,
Inc. Most fees are based on gross revenues, and fluctuate with changes in consumption and rates charged by
the franchise holders. The franchise for electrical power has been renewed with Progress Energy Florida,
Inc., and is expected to generate approximately $2M in FY 2009. Solid waste franchise revenues are specific to
construction and expected to generate approximately $50K annually over the next five years. Franchise fees
on telecommunications and Cable Television have been consolidated into a single collection pool and are
distributed by the State of Florida.

Utility Service Tax: A utility tax is charged on homes and businesses located within the City. These taxes are
assessed on the total amount of monthly bills issued to customers by utility providers. Taxes are collected by
the utilities and remitted to the City on a monthly basis. The present tax levy is 10 percent on electric, natural
gas, fuel oil, and propane. There is no utility tax charged on water and sewer services and
telecommunications taxes have been consolidated by the State of Florida and will be remitted according to
the new legislation. This overall category is expected to increase one percent over FY 2008 projections,
primarily the result of utility tax on electrical power.

LICENSES AND PERMITS

Business Licenses: A person or company doing business within the City must have an
occupational/professional license. The majority of this revenue comes from yearly renewals, with the
remainder coming from new applicants. Rates were increased by 5% in FYs 05 and 07, and are projected to
be adjusted by 5% in FY 09. Collection estimates have been adjusted according to existing businesses and
construction estimates and are expected to remain constant over the three-year period.

Building Permits: Revenues are generated from a combination of fees including: permit, inspection, electrical,
plumbing, and special items. Permits are issued for new commercial and residential structures, alterations,
roofs, mechanical projects, swimming pools, signs, fences, and fire protection systems. After issuing a
permit, the City performs various inspections of the property to ensure compliance with appropriate
plumbing, mechanical, gas, Americans with Disabilities Act, flood protection and fire codes.

Boat User Fees: A user fee is charged to boat owners wishing to use the Maitland/Winter Park Chain of
Lakes. Fees are based on boat and motor size. Projections are based on historical data. Projected revenues for
FY 09 are expected to remain at FY 08 levels.

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES

State Revenue Sharing: The Municipal Revenue Sharing Program is based on a percentage of taxes and user
fees collected by the State of Florida and allocated based on a formula that considers population, taxes
collected within the area and ability to maintain collection. This tax was modified during the 2003 legislative
session.

State Sales Tax: Revenues are allocated from a base consisting of one half of the fifth cent of sales tax remitted
to the state. Factors considered in this distribution formula are: total sales tax collected and distributed by the
state, population of the City, population of the county and population of the incorporated areas of the
county. Sales tax is expected to decrease 3% over FY 08 revised projections.



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Simplified Communications Tax: The Simplified Communications Services Tax allows both the state tax and
local communications service tax to be imposed on a broad base of telecommunications and cable services
and does not discriminate between services or providers. The tax base includes the transmission of voice,
data, audio, video or other information services, including cable services. The State of Florida will be
responsible for collecting the tax and remitting it to the various local agencies. The City experienced a 3%
decline in receipts in FY 2007, and anticipates a 2% declines in FY 08. At $1.6M the projection for FY 09 is
slightly more than revised FY 08.

CHARGES FOR SERVICES

General Government: Revenues consist of zoning fees, sales of maps/publications, equipment repair
verification, and copying. These revenues represent an insignificant portion of overall revenues.

Public Safety: Revenues primarily include fees for billings related to emergency medical services and
responses to motor vehicle accidents within the City, as well as payment for services provided outside the
City under an interlocal agency agreement. These revenues represent $770K of the City’s charges for
services.

Culture/Recreational: The bulk of these revenues are user fees generated by programs sponsored by the
City’s Leisure Services department, including youth, fitness, tennis, basketball, softball, racquetball, and
seniors programs. These fees are expected to cover most of the direct costs associated with the above-
mentioned programs.

FINES AND FORFEITURES

Court Fines: This revenue is the result of fines and penalties imposed by the court system for crimes
committed in Maitland. The City maintains some degree of control over the number of tickets issued and
arrests made, but no control over judicial sentencing. FY 09 revenues are estimated at $310K, consistent with
the FY08 original budget.

Police Education: This revenue is derived from a $2 assessment on all moving traffic violations. The use of
this revenue is restricted to police educational expenses.

MISCELLANEOUS

Interest: This represents interest earned on checking accounts, and investments authorized by the City’s
investment policy. The City's primary investment goal remains the preservation of principal.

Rents: The City currently owns one property that it leases. The rental property is the O'Heir property
(Thurston House).

Administrative Fees: These revenues to the General Fund represent expenses to the Enterprise Funds. The
major component of the calculated revenues is charges for personnel and building expenses. The number is
recalculated each year with input from the operating departments, which furnish support to the Enterprise
Funds.




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                               REVENUE HISTORY AND PROJECTIONS


   The following pages (Table 4) include General Fund historical and projected revenues by year. Years 2002
through 2007 are historical and 2008 through 2013 are projected. Revenues within each major category and
subcategory are consistent throughout the ten-year period ensuring reliable comparability.

  Historical revenue was extracted from working papers of the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial
Reports.

   Projected revenues are based on one or a combination of historical trends, external/ internal data and
current economic conditions. A change in the general condition of the economy could have a material impact
on certain revenues.




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                                     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT

                                                                TABLE 4

                                     HISTORICAL REVENUES, FISCAL YEARS ENDING 2002 - 2007
     REVENUES & OTHER
         SOURCES                    FY 02             FY 03                 FY 04           FY 05           FY 06             FY 07

Ad Valorem Taxes                $    4,983,439    $    5,773,858     $      6,628,450   $   6,614,824   $   7,135,810     $    8,163,660
Other Taxes                     $    5,657,067    $    5,757,673     $      5,572,086   $   5,795,809   $   6,415,560     $    6,444,714
Licenses and Permits            $      548,711    $      480,533     $        654,729   $   1,338,211   $   1,035,061     $    1,044,875
Intergovernmental Revenues      $    2,305,697    $    3,026,281     $      6,166,215   $   4,056,138   $   3,244,194     $    3,149,675
Charges for Services            $      873,355    $      906,989     $      1,022,402   $   1,313,021   $   1,279,693     $    1,394,977
Fines and Forfeitures           $      378,305    $      293,718     $        331,745   $     303,487   $     354,363     $      259,631
Other 1                         $    2,246,999    $    1,569,984     $      1,480,310   $   2,179,138   $   2,481,427     $    1,837,608

TOTAL REVENUES                  $   16,993,574    $ 17,809,037       $ 21,855,937       $ 21,600,628    $ 21,946,107          22,295,140

1
    Other includes: Miscellaneous, Investment Income and Non Revenues




                                         Actual and Projected Revenues 2002 - 2013


      $25,000,000
      $22,500,000
      $20,000,000
      $17,500,000
      $15,000,000                                                                                                        Actual
      $12,500,000
      $10,000,000                                                                                                       Budgeted
       $7,500,000
       $5,000,000
       $2,500,000
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                                     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT

                                                              TABLE 4

                                      PROJECTED REVENUES, FISCAL YEARS ENDING 2008 - 2013
  REVENUES & OTHER               Projected
      SOURCES                      FY 08          FY 09            FY 10          FY 11                      FY 12            FY 13

Ad Valorem Taxes             $     9,193,274     $    9,118,991      $      9,302,107   $    9,611,065   $    9,856,231   $   10,089,732
Other Taxes                  $     6,678,658     $    6,282,500      $      6,443,250   $    6,569,850   $    6,699,900   $    6,832,300
Licenses and Permits         $     1,042,185     $      753,603      $        930,025   $    1,084,093   $    1,094,438   $    1,197,230
Intergovernmental Revenues   $     3,024,968     $    2,674,125      $      2,822,740   $    2,877,890   $    2,951,580   $    3,012,990
Charges for Services         $     1,676,838     $    1,317,686      $      1,361,945   $    1,384,177   $    1,402,145   $    1,388,801
Fines and Forfeitures        $       371,964     $      356,000      $        360,950   $      363,900   $      366,550   $      366,800
      1
Other                        $     2,203,679     $    2,295,591      $      2,192,793   $    2,023,879   $    2,055,531   $    2,103,274

TOTAL REVENUES               $    24,191,566     $   22,798,496      $     23,413,810   $   23,914,854   $   24,426,375   $   24,991,127




                                        FY 09 Projected Revenues by Category

                                                                                                               Intergov. Revenues
                                               Other Taxes                 Licenses and                               14%
                                                  29%                         Permits
                                                                                4%


                                                                                                                     Charges for
                                                                                                                      Services
                                                                                                                         6%
     Ad Valorem Taxes
           38%


                                                                                                         Fines & Forfeitures
                                                                              Other                              1%
                                                                               8%




                                                                  II - 6
    To analyze the impact of recommended capital improvements on the General Fund, a projected revenue and expenditure
statement, by year, was prepared (Table 5). Projected revenues were extracted from Table 4. Projected expenditures were
based on actual and projected operating budgets for 2008, and 2009 through 2013. Annual increases were based on historical
trends and industry specific projections for 2009-2013.

   At the bottom of Table 5 are two sub-tables that show the annual impact on the various designations within the unreserved
fund balance and a definition key which describes the intended use of each designation.

Below is a table and a graph which show the projected fund balance for fiscal years 2008- 2013. The Designation for Carry
Forward has been excluded from this analysis because for planning purposes it is assumed that projects identified in the 2007
carry forward list will be completed by the close of the current fiscal year.

                                                                   Projected            Projected            Projected         Projected           Projected         Projected
                                                                      2008                2009                 2010              2011                2012              2013
Undesignated                                                          1,150,000             1,136,369          1,688,806          1,450,075          1,006,574          862,764
Space Needs                                                                66,872             66,872              66,872             66,872            66,872             66,872
Grants & Op Contingency                                                   200,246            200,246             200,246            200,246           200,246            200,246
Emergency/Disaster                                                    2,216,643             2,221,213          2,266,725           2,371,433         2,432,167         2,509,822
Vehicle & Equipment                                                   1,754,037             1,715,477          2,245,827           2,278,157         2,301,407         2,469,723
Capital Improvement                                                   1,620,548             1,870,548          1,370,548           1,370,548         1,370,548         1,370,548
Radio                                                                     551,558            776,558             776,558                   -              -                  -
Cultural Cooridor                                                          11,062              11,062             11,062              11,062            11,062            11,062
Total                                                          $     7,570,966      $      7,998,345     $     8,626,644   $      7,748,393    $    7,388,876    $     7,491,037

The Designation for Carry Forwards has been excluded from this analysis




                  $7,000,000
                  $6,000,000
                  $5,000,000
                  $4,000,000
                  $3,000,000
                  $2,000,000
                  $1,000,000
                                   $0
                                             2008                    2009                 2010                 2011              2012                2013
                                                 Undesignated                              Space Needs                          Grants & Op Contingency
                                                 Emergency/Disaster                        Vehicle & Equipment                  Capital Improvement
                                                 Radio                                     Cultural Cooridor




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                                                                     TABLE 5
                                      CITY OF MAITLAND'S EXPENDITURE PROJECTIONS, 2009 - 2013
                                                               GENERAL FUND

                                                              2009                  2010               2011               2012               2013



Unreserved Fund Balance Beginning                        $     7,570,966        $    7,567,625     $    8,195,924     $    7,317,674     $    6,958,156

Operating Revenues                                            22,798,496            23,413,810         25,917,354         24,426,375         24,991,127

Total Sources of Funds                                   $    30,369,462        $   30,981,435     $   34,113,278     $   31,744,049     $   31,949,283


    Personnel Budget                                     $    13,248,898        $   13,659,768     $   14,177,813     $   14,657,371     $   15,119,075

    Operating Costs                                            6,207,716             6,002,633          6,464,791          6,914,140          6,781,579

    Capital Outlay                                             1,157,195             1,345,080          4,354,610          1,568,278          1,355,870

    Debt Service, Contingency & Other                            867,683              238,723            254,965            117,416            117,416

    Contributions                                              1,320,345             1,539,307          1,543,426          1,528,687          1,515,026

Total Expenditures                                       $    22,801,837        $   22,785,511     $   26,795,605     $   24,785,892     $   24,888,966

Ending Unreserved Fund Balance                           $     7,567,625        $    8,195,924     $    7,317,674     $    6,958,156     $    7,060,317



Net Increase / Decrease in Fund Balance                  $         (3,341) $          628,299      $     (878,251) $        (359,517) $        102,161




        Designation for Operating Contingency            $             -        $          -       $          -       $          -       $          -

        Designated - Vehicle Replacement                         (38,560)             530,350             32,330             23,250            168,316

        Designated - Radio System                                225,000                       -         (776,558)                   -                  -

        Emergency                                                    4,570             45,512            104,708             60,734             77,655


        Designated - CIP                                         250,000              (500,000)                   -                  -                  -

        Space Needs                                                        -                   -                  -                  -                  -

        Cultural Corridor                                                  -                   -                  -                  -                  -

        Undesignated                                     $       (13,631) $           552,437      $     (238,731) $        (443,501) $        (143,810)

        Fund Balance Increase / (Decrease)               $       427,379        $     628,299      $     (878,251) $        (359,517) $        102,161


        Definitions:
                                                                 #REF!              #REF!              #REF!             #REF!             #REF!
        Designation for Operating Contingency - There funds are designated to provide a "cushion" for unanticipated needs with out "ballooning"
        the operating budget.
        Designation for Vehicle Replacement - Provides a funding mechanism for maintaining the current fleet via internal financing.
        Designation for Emergency/Disaster - Established to ensure funds are available should the City encounter a hurricane, tornado, major
        plane/train accident or other natural disaster. Additionally, these funds are available should the City encounter an unanticipated revenue
        shortfall.
        Designation for Capital Improvements - Positions the City to meet its capital needs while attempting to maintain a relatively stable
        millage rate.




                                                                       II - 9
   In addition to the General Fund, the Capital Improvements Program relies on the Utilities Fund, Solid Waste
Fund, Parks Trust Fund, Road Impact Fee Fund, Space Needs Fund, Stormwater Environmental Utility Fund
and the CRA (Community Redevelopment Agency) fund. These funds are analyzed in the following tables.

    Table 6 projects cash flows over the five planning years for our Utilities Fund. FY 09 revenues are based
on water sales remaining consistent with projected FY08 sales. Expenses have been estimated based on
historical information and industry guidelines.

    Table 7 projects cash flows over the five year period for the Parks Trust Fund (PTF). Costs associated with
parks improvements have been planned based on existing funds that have been received and projections for
future funding. Projects within the PTF will be constructed as funding becomes available.

   The Road Impact Fee Fund is presented in Table 8. The table looks at both the next five years and the 20
year projection for the Maitland Planning Area. Total improvements are estimated at $9M over the five year
period. Sufficient revenues are projected to make the recommended improvements.

    After a successful referendum in 2004, the City received approval to obtain general obligation bonds to pay
for the a new Police Station, Fire Station and City Hall to complete this phase of its Facilities Needs Plan.
Table 9 provides a cash flow overview to implement this program. In addition, the City and Orange County
have established a Trust Fund for the Community Redevelopment Area to implement the Downtown Maitland
Revitalization Plan. Table 10 outlines the revenues and expenditures over the five-year period.

     In FY 2008, the City established a Stormwater Environmental Utility to provide a dedicated funding source
for stormwater/lakes management operations, maintenance and capital improvements.

   The Tables that follow reflect a diverse range of funding sources established to sufficiently accommodate
the anticipated expenditures in this capital improvements program over the next five years.




                                                     II - 10
                                                     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT
                                                                                TABLE 6
                                                                            UTILITIES FUND
                                                          PROJECTED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS 2009 - 2013



                                                                         2009                 2010              2011              2012              2013

Cash Flows From Operating Activities:
    Operating revenues                                               $    4,564,313       $    4,714,082    $    4,854,394    $    4,998,371    $    5,117,538
    Operating expenditures*                                              (3,769,219)          (3,945,376)       (3,990,822)       (4,079,393)       (4,158,707)

         Net cash provided by                                        $     795,094        $     768,706     $     863,572     $     918,978     $     958,831
          operating activities


Cash Flows From Capital & Related Financing Activities:
    Receipts from connection fees                                    $       50,000       $       50,000    $       50,000    $       50,000    $      50,000
    State Revolving Fund Proceeds                                         3,500,000                    -         2,000,000                 -
    Debt Service Payments                                                  (228,571)            (474,820)         (582,069)         (600,318)        (353,567)
    Operating Capital                                                      (239,677)            (171,070)          (28,300)         (283,326)        (345,788)
    Capital outlay (CIP)                                                 (1,804,900)          (1,647,500)       (2,980,700)       (1,637,800)        (630,000)

         Net cash provided by (used in) capital and                  $   1,276,852        $   (2,243,390)   $   (1,541,069)   $   (2,471,444)   $   (1,279,355)
          related financing activities

Cash Flows From Investing Activities:
    Investment income                                                $      63,000        $      63,000     $      63,000     $      63,000     $      63,000
    Net sale of assets

         Net cash provided by investing activities                   $      63,000        $      63,000     $      63,000     $      63,000     $      63,000

Net increase in cash and cash equivalents:                           $   2,134,946        $   (1,411,684)   $    (614,497)    $   (1,489,466)   $    (257,524)

Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of year                         $     126,000        $   2,260,946     $     849,262     $     234,765     $   (1,254,701)

Cash and cash equivalents, end of period                             $   2,260,946        $     849,262     $     234,765     $   (1,254,701)   $   (1,512,225)

    * Operating Expenditures exclude depreciation and amortization




                                                                                II - 11
                                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT
                                                               TABLE 7
                                                       PARK TRUST FUND
                                        PROJECTED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS 2009 - 2013


                                               2009              2010            2011           2012           2013

Cash At Beginning                          $    999,201    $        30,201   $    163,201   $     28,201   $     40,201

Cash Flows From Operating Activities:

    Park Fees                                         -            562,000        307,220        175,000        350,000
    Grants

         Net                                          -            562,000        307,220        175,000        350,000

Cash Flows From Investing Activities:

    Interest On Investments                      21,000             21,000         18,000         12,000         12,000

Cash Flows From Capital Related Activities:

    Capital Items - CIP                         990,000            450,000        460,220        175,000        330,000

         Net                                    990,000            450,000        460,220        175,000        330,000


Cash At Ending                             $     30,201    $       163,201   $     28,201   $     40,201   $     72,201


               Note: Projects will be completed as funding becomes available.




                                                               II -12
                                                          MAITLAND ROAD IMPACT FEE STUDY

                                                                       TABLE 8

                                                      PROJECTED ROAD IMPACT FEE REVENUES

                                                             20 YEAR PLANNING HORIZON



                                                                                       YEAR 2013                       YEAR 2029
                                                                                                   NET                             NET
PROPOSED LAND USE                                                              SIZE             IMPACT FEE      SIZE            IMPACT FEE

Starting Balance                                                                                           $0
Single - Family Units                                                                125    $         164,375        250    $         328,750
Multi - Family Units                                                               2,750    $       2,183,500      4,500    $       3,573,000
Misc./OPM                                                                                   $       4,600,000               $       4,600,000
Office (Sq. ft.)                                                               1,250,000    $       1,722,500   4,000,000   $       5,512,000
Commercial (Sq. ft.)                                                             325,000    $         447,200   4,750,000   $       6,536,000
TOTAL ROAD IMPACT FEE REVENUES                                                              $       9,117,575               $      20,549,750
PROJECTED ROADWAY COSTS                                                                     $       8,965,000               $      19,250,000
Available/(Shortfall)                                                                       $         152,575               $       1,299,750


Note: (1) Proposed developments are within the Maitland Planning Area (MPA).

      (2) Projects will be completed as funding becomes available


Source: Traffic Circulation Element and City of Maitland Community Development Department




                                                                         II - 13
                                                                         TABLE 9
                                          CITY FACILITY SPACE NEEDS AND DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
                                           PROJECTED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS 2009 - 2013




                                                            City Facility Space Needs Fund

                                                                 2009                2010                 2011             2012               2013

Cash At Beginning                                           $     6,461,695      $   6,901,441        $           -    $          -       $          -

Sources
   Interest Income                                                 389,746                        -               -                   -                  -
   Bond Proceeds Series One
   Bond Proceeds Series Two                                       2,450,000                                       -                   -                  -

Total Sources                                                     9,301,441          6,901,441                    -                   -                  -

Uses
   Capital Improvements                                           2,400,000          6,000,000                    -                   -                  -
   Contingency                                                            -            901,441                    -                   -                  -

Total Uses                                                  $     2,400,000      $   6,901,441        $           -    $          -       $          -

Cash At Ending                                              $     6,901,441      $            -       $           -    $          -       $          -




                                                                  Debt Service Fund
                                        Estimated Millage               0.3600              0.4300            0.4200           0.4000             0.4000
                                                                 2009                2010                 2011             2012               2013

Cash At Beginning                                           $       33,000       $     12,584         $     16,934     $     23,373       $     37,083

Sources
   Voted Millage                                                   871,604           1,073,885            1,075,924        1,081,985          1,082,603
   Interest Income                                                   6,000               6,000                6,000            6,000              6,000

Total Sources                                                      910,604           1,092,469            1,098,858        1,111,358      $ 1,125,686

Uses
   Bond Principal & Interest Series 1                              898,020            898,270              898,220          897,010       $    900,470
   Bond Principal & Interest Series 2                                  -              177,265              177,265          177,265       $    177,265

Total Uses                                                  $      898,020       $   1,075,535        $   1,075,485    $ 1,074,275        $ 1,077,735

Cash At Ending                                              $       12,584       $     16,934         $     23,373     $     37,083       $     47,951




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                                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT
                                                               TABLE 10
                                             COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA)
                                          PROJECTED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS 2009 - 2013


                                                   2009               2010            2011            2012            2013

Cash At Beginning                              $           -    $             -   $           -   $           -   $           -




Sources
   Transfer from General Fund                       123,347                   -              -               -                -
   TIF Revenue                                      518,597             709,670        805,217         992,793        1,846,457
   Internal Capital Loans
             GF                                           -             500,000              -               -               -
             Roads                                        -                   -              -               -               -
             Parks                                        -                   -              -               -               -
   Internal Loans - direct operations               192,593             128,872        146,132               -               -
   Internal Loans - interest                        525,000             551,600        579,400         613,600               -
   Interest- Restricted Revenue                       5,000               5,000          5,000           5,000           5,000

Total Sources                                      1,364,537          1,895,142       1,535,749       1,611,393       1,851,457

Uses
    Operating Costs                                 192,593             196,598        194,405         198,114         200,956
    Capital Improvements
         Transportation                                    -            500,000               -              -               -
         Stormwater                                        -                  -               -              -               -
    Internal Loan Repayment                                                                             22,335         209,457
    Interest Interal Loans                          530,000             556,600        584,400         613,600         644,300
    Debt Service (CRA 1)                            641,944             641,944        756,944         777,344         796,744

Total Uses                                     $   1,364,537    $     1,895,142   $   1,535,749   $   1,611,393   $   1,851,457

Cash At Ending                                 $           -    $             -   $           -   $           -   $           -




                                                                    II-15
                                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT
                                                         TABLE 11
                                         STORMWATER ENVIRONMENTAL UTILITY
                                    PROJECTED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS 2009 - 2013


                                             2009               2010             2011             2012             2013

Cash At Beginning                        $           -    $             -    $    (171,107)   $    (345,432)   $    (523,243)




Sources
   Transfer from General Fund                 287,972             117,416          117,416         117,416           117,416
   Stormwater Environmental Fee               981,534           1,075,912        1,092,112         998,818         1,019,905
   Interest                                     2,500               2,500            2,500           2,500             2,500

Total Sources                                1,272,006          1,195,828        1,040,921         773,302          616,578

Uses
    Operating Costs                           742,368             798,435         790,953          770,545          785,189
    Capital Improvements                      529,638             568,500         595,400          526,000          536,000

Total Uses                               $   1,272,006    $     1,366,935    $   1,386,353    $   1,296,545    $   1,321,189

Cash At Ending                           $           -    $      (171,107)   $    (345,432)   $    (523,243)   $    (704,611)




                                                              II-16
PRIORITY GROUP
                                     INTRODUCTION -
                   PRIORITY GROUP CLASSIFICATION AND DETAILED PROJECTS

     To organize the proposed five-year Capital Improvements Program, a generic classification method
was designed. The schema incorporates requirements of the City's Comprehensive Development Plan
and additional common sense economic considerations. The first table in this section, the "Priority Group
Classification" schema, organizes and summarizes the individual projects into the generic criteria.

       The Priority Group Classification method is a guideline used first to group individual projects into
"similar" Priority Groups (i.e., 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th Priority Group). Based on the number of classification
criteria, which apply to the individual project, the Priority Group is defined. Each Classification Criteria is
broken into two possible alternatives, only one of which needs to be met to be considered as meeting the
criteria. For criteria 1A to be met, Federal regulations must either control the program or State mandated
deadline, or it must be governed by a locally approved development order which mandates timed
infrastructure improvements. For criteria 1B to be met, the program must be part of a previously adopted
C.I.P. and have been funded in previous years. For criteria 2A to be met, the project must provide health
or safety benefits or prevent health problems through its implementation. For criteria 2B to be met, the
proposed five-year expenditures must be offset by savings or increased revenues over a five-year period.
 For criteria 3A to be met, an improvement must have a life expectancy in excess of ten years. For
criteria 3B to be met, the entire operating and maintenance costs must be less than $15,000 in any given
fiscal year or less than $75,000 for the five-year period. For criteria 4A to be met, the program must be
utilized by or serve a minimum of 50% of Maitland residents. Finally, criteria 4B is met when a project
replaces or maintains existing capital equipment or facilities.

      Out of four assigned classification criteria, a project which meets all four criteria is placed in the 1st
Priority Group; a project which meets three of the four criteria is placed in the Second Priority Group; a
project which meets two of the four criteria is placed in the Third Priority Group; and a project which
meets one of the four criteria is placed in the Fourth Priority Group. Once a Priority Group has been
established, the individual projects are given a ranking within the Priority Group, primarily based on
Federal mandates and public health and safety considerations with aesthetics and superficial treatments
ranked lower. It should be noted that this is only a guideline for prioritizing capital improvements, with
final decisions on any individual projects, at the determination of Maitland City Council. All proposed
projects are consistent with and further the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Development
Plan.

      Following the Priority Group Classification are the detailed forms for each project proposed in the
five-year capital improvements program. The forms allow the projects to be compared in a standard
format and to be considered in a manner consistent with City and State requirements. Following each
individual detailed form is additional support information or schedules for the respective project.




                                                   II-4
                                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM FY 2009 - FY 2013
                                                   PRIORITY GROUP CLASSIFICATION
                                                             ALL FUNDS
 PROJECT                                                                 P.G.             CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA                     PRIORITY
 NUMBER                  PROJECT NAME                                   Rating        1          2       3       4                    GROUP
    WW001        Lift Station Improvements                                1               B    A          A                A    B        1st
    WA001        Water Transmission/Distribution                          2               B    A          A                A             1st
     TR001       Transportation Improvements                              3               B    A          A                A             1st
     LK001       Stormwater Lakes Management Plan                         1               B               A                A             2nd
    CR001        City-wide Radio System Upgrade                           2               B    A                       A        B        2nd
     PV001       Pavement Treatment                                       3               B               A                A    B        2nd
     CF001       City Facilities - Master Planning                        4               B               A                     B        2nd
     BS001       Bicycle/Sidewalk Network                                 5               B               A                A             2nd
     FD004       Emergency Operations Center Renovations                  1                                        B            B        3rd
     PR001       Park System Capital Replacement                          2               B                                     B        3rd
     ST001       Entry Features and Streetscape                           3               B               A                              3rd

Classification Criteria 1 : A) Time of the essence or B) Subsequent phase of previously approved project.
Classification Criteria 2 : A) Significant health & safety benefit or B) High economic return.
Classification Criteria 3 : A) Has long useful facility life or B) Low acquisition, construction, operation, and maintenance costs.
Classification Criteria 4 : A) High service population/facility/use ratio or B) Preserves prior investment.




                                                                      III-2
                                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM FY 2009- FY 2013
                                                   PRIORITY GROUP CLASSIFICATION
                                                           GENERAL FUND
 PROJECT                                                                  P.G.         CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA                          PRIORITY
 NUMBER                  PROJECT NAME                                    Rating       1       2       3       4                         GROUP
     TR001       Transportation Improvements                               1              B   A            A            A                  1st
    CR001        City-wide Radio System Upgrade                            1              B       A                     A           B      2nd
     PV001       Pavement Treatment                                        2              B                A            A           B      2nd
     CF001       City Facilities - Master Planning                         3              B                A                        B      2nd
     BS001       Bicycle/Sidewalk Network                                  4              B                A            A                  2nd
     FD004       Emergency Operations Center Renovations                   1                                        B               B      3rd
    PR001        Park System Capital Replacement                           2              B                                         B      3rd
     ST001       Entry Features and Streetscape                            3              B                A                               3rd

                                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM FY 2009 - FY 2013
                                                   PRIORITY GROUP CLASSIFICATION
                                                          ENTERPRISE FUND
 PROJECT                                                                  P.G.         CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA                          PRIORITY
 NUMBER                  PROJECT NAME                                    Rating       1       2       3       4                         GROUP
    WW001        Lift Station Improvements                                 1              B       A        A                A       B       1st
    WA001        Water Transmission/Distribution                           2              B   A            A            A                  1st


                                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM FY 2009 - FY 2013
                                                      PRIORITY GROUP CLASSIFICATION
                                                     STORMWATER ENVIRONMENTAL UTILITY
 PROJECT                                                                  P.G.          CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA                         PRIORITY
  NUMBER                 PROJECT NAME                                    Rating       1               2         3               4       GROUP
     LK001       Stormwater Lakes Management Plan                          1              B                A            A                  2nd

Classification Criteria 1 : A) Time of the essence or B) Subsequent phase of previously approved project.
Classification Criteria 2 : A) Significant health & safety benefit or B) High economic return.
Classification Criteria 3 : A) Has long useful facility life or B) Low acquisition, construction, operation, and maintenance costs.
Classification Criteria 4 : A) High service population/facility/use ratio or B) Preserves prior investment.




                                                                        III-3
TRAFFIC
                          CITY OF MAITLAND
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                              FY 09 – 13


PART 1. (Public Works Department)
     A. Project Name: Maitland Transportation Improvements

      B. Project Number: TR001 – 821-00

      C. Project Description: This program includes improvements required to bring the
         roadway network to a satisfactory level of service (“D” or above). Improvements are
         based on priority and funding, as these projects are funded through Traffic Impact Fee
         revenues and supplemental sources of revenue (grants, CRA Trust Fund, Joint
         Participation Agreements, etc.)

             1. The first priority is the upgrade of existing traffic signals in Maitland Center.
                This upgrade consists of painting existing mast arm poles, replacing existing
                signal heads with new LED heads at Lake Destiny Road and Southhall Lane.
             2. The next priority project is the intersection improvements at Horatio Avenue
                and US 17-92 including the median closures at Horatio/Swoope and US
                17/92/George Avenue, traffic signal upgrade, and R/R crossing improvements
                at George Avenue and Sybelia Avenue.
             3. The next priority project is the installation of a commuter rail station at the
                Parker Lumber site near US 17-92. Costs to the City will include a 10%
                match for a grant up to $3 million and a share of the parking facility. This
                project includes a pedestrian/bicycle connection into Greenwood Gardens.
             4. Priority 4, in FY 11 and FY 12, is the extension of Southhall Lane to Keller
                Road creating a 4-leg intersection at Keller/Fennell/Southhall. This project
                will alleviate traffic flow with the closure of the Lake Destiny/Maitland
                Boulevard intersection proposed in the modification of the I-4/ Maitland
                Boulevard Interchange.
             5. Priority 5 is the installation of quad gates and roadway modifications at 8 R/R
                crossings to comply with Quiet Zone requirements. The installation of a
                Quiet Zone will enhance the quality of living in the City of Maitland.
             6. Priority 6 is the installation of street lighting on Maitland Center Parkway and
                Winderly Place, traffic signal installation at Keller Road and Westhall Lane,
                and street improvements within Maitland Center. These improvements will
                enhance an older but still viable commercial center.
             7. The next priority is an entry feature and additional right turn lane on Seneca
                Trail at Horatio Avenue. This improvement will reduce congestion and is a
                part of the Dommerich Estates Quality Neighborhood Program.
             8. Priority 7, in FY 12, is the repair and cleaning of the pedestrian bridge across
                US 17-92 at Mayo Avenue. This is a recurring event and FY 2012 budget
                reflects the next projected cycle.
             9. Priority 9 in FY 14, is the widening of Keller Road to a 4-lane boulevard
                cross-section from Fennel Street south to Lucien Way. This project will




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           match the cross-section north of Fennell Street and also the proposed Orange
           County project from Kennedy Boulevard to Lucien Way.
       10. Priority 10 is a new pedestrian bridge to facilitate pedestrians crossing US 17-
           92 from Lake Lily to Fort Maitland Park. This bridge will link recreational
           facilities as well as promote pedestrian safety.

D. Estimated Useful Life: All improvements are designed to be effective for ten to
   twenty years.


E. General Information
     1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?

                   Yes                N0           x

       2. Time of the essence?

                   Yes             x No

       3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                   Yes                No           x


F. Existing Level of Service (without project): LOS “E”
   Level of Service with project: LOS “D” for Horatio Avenue


G. Priority Group Classification: Second Priority Group


H. Implementation Schedule: Projects for Horatio Avenue are implemented as funding
   becomes available. Estimates are as follows: 4th Quarter of FY 2008 and 1st Quarter
   FY 2009 to allow for Design. Construction to be accomplished in the remaining 3
   Quarters of FY 2009.




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     I. Estimated Costs:
                             2009            2010           2011            2012            2013
      Tran Impact Fees
                         $    455,000    $    460,000   $   3,400,000   $   3,900,000   $   750,000
             CRA                     -        500,000               -               -              -
       Developer Paid                -              -               -               -              -
          Earmark            1,800,000              -               -               -              -
        General Fund                 -              -               -        150,000               -
                         $   2,255,000   $    960,000   $   3,400,000   $   4,050,000   $   750,000


     CRA Estimated Costs were derived by the City’s Transportation Engineer.


     J. Targeted Revenue source(s):           1. Trans. Impact Fee Fund -$8,965,000
                                              2. CRA Trust Fund - $ 500,000
                                              3. General Fund $150,000

     Submitted By:




     Date:




PART II. (Community Development Department)

  K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
  Comprehensive Development Plan): Traffic Circulation Element, Goal and Policy 1.2

  L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
     1 of 1 (Traffic Circulation) and 2 of 10 (2nd Priority Group)

     Justification for ranking and priority group: There are six traffic projects within the
     five-year time frame which requires City impact fee funding alone (Magnolia Rd/Us 17-
     92, Seneca Trail/Horatio Avenue, railroad improvements, Winderly Place ROW,
     Southhall Lane Extension, and Wymore Road and Hope Road improvements) . The
     projects could be moved up if funding from the private sector is included. These projects
     are tied to both adopted Levels of Service for the road network and to development
     approvals.




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M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project? The
   Public Works Department.

N. Other comments: See FDOT Workplan Table.

O. Decision-making criteria:

      1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public hazard?
                                      Yes              No         X
      2. Does this project                                               eliminate or assist in
         the elimination of                                              existing capacity
         deficits?                    Yes      X       No

      3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to complete
         this project?
                                    100% of Road Impact Fee



      4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken by
         state agency, water management district, or the City?
                                      Yes          X   No
          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is necessary. Orlando
          Avenue improvements are controlled by State Department of Transportation and,
          depending on the intersection, Orange County.

      5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase of this capital
         item? Please quantify as much as possible. Intersection improvements will alleviate
         the need to widen any of the affected roadways. Level of service at all intersections will
         be improved to at least “D” which is the adopted level of service in the City.

      6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Traffic flow and access to
         private property in the Maitland downtown area will be improved.

      7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project: The City will
         seek funding participation by the FDOT and Orange County for Horatio/Orlando Ave
         intersection. Some projects may change to respond to development opportunities.




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                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
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                                                                                               2009
                                                                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                                                             PROPOSED PRIORITY LISTING
                                                                              TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT
                     Project Name              COST             Description of Work     Funding Source                   FY 09              FY 10            FY 11              FY 12             FY 13


                Maitland Center Traffic                                                            Transportation
                                             $102,500      Maitland Center Traffic Signals                          $      29,000
                       Signals                                                                      Impact Fees

      1
                                                              Intersection improvements
               Horatio Ave., 17/92 Area                        Horatio Ave. at US 17-92,   $1.6M Earmark
                                             $2,100,000                                                             $    1,800,000
                   Improvements                           includes median closures and RR $500K DOT Grant
      2                                                                Crossings

                                                           Construction of a commuter rail CRA - 300,000 for
                Commuter Rail Station        $500,000     station and associated parking at station, balance for                      $       500,000
                                                                the Parker Lumber Site            parking
      3
                                                                                                 Transportation
                                                           Includes Right-of-Way, Parking
               Southhall Lane Extension      $6,500,000                                           Impact Fees,                                           $   3,000,000      $   3,500,000
                                                           Garage and Roadway/Drainage
      4                                                                                        Pursuing CIG Grant

                                                          Quad Gates, Safety Upgrades for
               Railroad Quiet Zones and                                                            Transportation
                                             $1,600,000   RR Crossing Concrete Upgrade                              $     400,000     $       400,000    $     400,000      $       400,000
                       Upgrades                                                                     Impact Fees
                                                           at Ventris Ave and George Ave
      5

                                                            Street Lights, Traffic Signals,
                    Maitland Center                                                                Transportation
                                             $3,296,000   Roadway Improvements @ Keller                             $       26,000    $        60,000                                         $       750,000
                    Improvements                                                                    Impact Fees
                                                              Road and Westhall Lane
      6


                 US 17-92 Pedestrian                      Clean, repair and paint pedestrian
                                             $150,000                                              General Fund                                                             $       150,000
                 Bridge Maintenance                                     bridge
      7
               Thistle / Seneca at Horatio                  Traffic Signal Refurbishment,          Transportation
                                             $450,000                                                                                                   Outside 5 yr Plan
      8                   Avenue                                      Mast Arms                     Impact Fees
               Keller Road, from Fennell                    Widening to 4 lane boulevard           Transportation
                                             $5,700,000                                                                                                 Outside 5 yr Plan
      9                to Lucien                               (includes ROW costs)                 Impact Fees

               Pedestrian Crossing Lake
                                             $6,000,000        New Pedestrian Bridge                   CRA                                              Outside 5 yr Plan
               Lilly to Fort Maitland Park
     10

                                      Note: Earmarked funds for Capital Projects does not represent new funding.



Revenue Source Chart
Transportation Revenues / Expenses
         Source Description                                                   08/09                       09/10                      10/11                      11/12                         12/13

Federal Earmark                                     Expenses                     1,800,000                           -                            -                        -                            -
                                                    Revenues                     1,800,000                           -                            -                        -                            -
General Fund                                        Expenses                             -                           -                            -                  150,000                            -
                                                    Revenues                             -                           -                            -                  150,000                            -
Transportation Impact Fee                           Expenses                       455,000                     460,000                    3,400,000                3,900,000                      750,000
(See Table 8, page II-13)                           Revenues                       455,000                     460,000                    3,400,000                3,900,000                      750,000

CRA                                                 Expenses                                   -               500,000                              -                           -                          -
(See Table 10, page II-15)                          Revenues                                   -               500,000                              -                           -                          -



The Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) adopted Work Program for Orange County
(fiscal years 2008/09 - 2012/13) includes six projects within the City of Maitland (table on Page
IV-6).




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                                                         Funding
Project Name                 Description of Work         Source      08/09     09/10    10/11     11/12    12/13     13/14
                             Funded for R/W,
I-4 From N. of Kennedy       preliminary engineering,
Blvd. to Seminole County     and environment (add
Line                         lanes and reconstruct)      FDOT           x        x
                             Intersection improvements
                             at US 17-92 and Horatio
                             Avenue, including median
US 17/92 at Horatio          closures and two RR
Avenue                       crossing upgrades.          FDOT           x
SR 414 from Keller Road      Construct right turn
eastward                     lane(s)                     FDOT
US 17/92 from South of
Horatio Avenue to north of   Traffic operations
Sybelia Avenue               improvement                 FDOT *         x
I-4 at Maitland Boulevard    Stabilization of sinkhole   FDOT           x
SR 414 from Lake Destiny
DR to US 17/92               Resurfacing                 FDOT
I-4 from N. of Kennedy       Add Lanes and
Blvd to Seminole Co. Line    Reconstruct                 FDOT                                     x        x

* Not funded by FDOT at this time. We are awaiting programming by FDOT for an existing federal earmark designated for City
of Maitland.




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WATER
                       CITY OF MAITLAND
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13


PART I. (Public Works Department)

   A. Project Name: Water Transmission/Distribution Improvements

   B. Project Number: WA001 - 303-06

   C. Project Description: This program provides for production and distribution of
      potable water where, and when, requested. The upgrade of existing 2” water pipes
      to 6” water mains will provide better service to residents in the form of
      “increased” pressure, and enhanced fire flow at the fire hydrant.

      FY 2009 provides for an update of the 2003 Water Production and Distribution
      System study to include review of the water hydraulics in the potable water
      system; for the installation of security cameras at Water Treatment Plant #4
      (Thistle Lane), and #5 (Wymore Road); and Phase I of the AWS project which
      includes the Conceptual Design Report and Surface Water CUP Application
      development.
      FY 2010 includes the design and construction of 6” water mains on Minnehaha
      Circle and Bucher Road; Druid Area Phase II design; and Phase II AWS project
      which will include Permitting, Preliminary design Report and Environmental
      Information Documents.
      FY 2011 includes design and construction of 6” water mains on Galahad Lane,
      Lamorak Lane, Horatio Avenue, and Gem Lake Drive; adding a high service
      pump at WTP #6; and continuation of Phase II AWS Project to acquire our
      surface water CUP.
      FY 2012 includes design and construction of 6” water mains on Algonquin Trail
      and Choctaw Trail; replacing the emergency generator assembly and transfer
      switch at WTP #4 (Thistle Lane); and Design for the interconnect with the city of
      Casselberry for the AWS project.
      FY 2013 provides funding for the City’s anticipated pro rata share of the
      Alternative Water Supply requirements issued by St. Johns River Water
      Management District Water 2020 program by constructing the interconnect with
      the city of Casselberry.

   D. Estimated Useful Life: 30+ years

   E. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                             Yes       X No
          2. Time of the essence?
                             Yes           No        X


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           3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                              Yes       X No

  F. Existing Level of Service (without project): Considered below acceptable LOS
     for fire service in select areas due to water flows in areas not achieving acceptable
     flow rates.

     Level of Service with Project: By 2020, at proposed pace, should achieve
     acceptable LOS Citywide.

  G. Priority Group Classification: First Priority Group

  H. Implementation Schedule: The individual projects are spread over five years and
     are coordinated with other utility upgrades or street resurfacing so that the
     disruption during construction is minimized.

  I. Estimated Costs: see attached table.

     Explain how costs were derived, including sources: For FY 2009; the 2003
     Water Study Update, BFA (Barnes, Ferland and Assoc.) provides estimated costs;
     Advantage Integration Technology provided a turn key cost for the water plant
     security camera systems at water plants 4 (Thistle Lane) and 5 (Wymore Road);
     The AWS Phase I and Phase II cost estimates were provided by Orange County –
     therefore meeting the requirements of the Cities CUP and Alternative water
     supply needs.

  J. Targeted Revenue source(s): Enterprise Fund - $ 2,252,500

  Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (Community Development Department)




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             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                        FY 09 – 13

K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
   Comprehensive Development Plan): Fire Protection level of service is
   established to provide a minimum of the domestic maximum daily flow (MDF)
   plus a fire flow of at least 500 Gallons Per Minute (GPM) in single family
   residential areas, and 2500 GPM in (multi-family, commercial, etc.)

L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
   2 of 10 (infrastructure) and 2 of 3 (1st Priority Group)
   Justification for ranking and priority group: This is considered a system
   deficiency; however, service has a better fire flow and pressure, so the need is
   mixed.

M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project?
   The Public Works Department, Water Division

N. Other comments: Since water main upgrades have been completed for the main
   “system loops”, the focus is on a program of replacing two-inch “pipes” with six-
   inch water “mains” to upgrade fire service within the City.

O. Decision-making criteria:

       1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
       hazard?
                                Yes      X No
       2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
          capacity deficits?
                                Yes      X No
       3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
          complete this project?
                                24.5% of Utilities Fund
       4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being
          undertaken by state agency, water management district, or the City?
                               Yes       X No
          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
          necessary. Projects will be coordinated with other non – emergency
          infrastructure and utility improvements.    In neighborhoods where
          pavement or sewer projects are proposed, water upgrades are scheduled
          for same, or prior, year.
       5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
          of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. This project




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              will provide better flow in established service areas, upgrading pressure to
              the minimum service adopted for emergency services.
         6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Security at the
            water treatment plants will be evaluated and improved as a result of
            Congress’ Bio Terrorism Act of 2002.
         7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project:
            Increased pipe sizing should be evaluated annually using field data and
            modeling to determine efficiency and cost effectiveness of system
            upgrades.



                                                    2009
                                 DETAILED WATER IMPROVEMENTS
                           FISCAL YEAR 2009 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2013

DESCRIPTION                                          LENGTH(L.F.)       UPGRADE/SIZE          TOTAL ($)

                                                 FISCAL YEAR 2009
Update the 2003 Water Study                                                               $         60,000
Water Plant Security Cameras - WTP 4/5                                  Water Plant 4/5   $         30,000
Alternative Water Supply Participation (AWS) - CUP                                        $         60,000
TOTAL                                                           1300                      $        150,000

                                              FISCAL YEAR 2010
Minnehaha Circle - water main upgrade                        2000          6 - inch       $        390,000
Bucher Road - water main upgrade                               700         6 - inch       $        136,500
Druid Area Phase II - design                                                              $        125,000
AWS Participation                                                                         $         70,000
TOTAL                                                          2,700                      $        721,500

                                                 FISCAL YEAR 2011
Galahad Lane - water main upgrade                                 700      6 - inch       $        156,100
Lamorak Lane - water main upgrade                                 700      6 - inch       $        156,100
Horatio Ave (Independence to Orlando Ave) - upgrade               400      6 - inch       $         89,200
Gem Lake Drive - water main upgrade                               600      6 - inch       $        133,800
125 HP High Service Pump                                                 Water Plant 6    $        150,000
AWS Participation                                                                         $         70,000
TOTAL                                                           2400                      $        755,200

                                                FISCAL YEAR 2012
Algonquin Tr (Dommerich Dr. To Pawnee Tr) - upgrade            1000        6 - inch       $        256,000
Choctaw Trail (Dommerich Dr. To Pawnee Tr.) - upgrade            700       6 - inch       $        179,200
Generator/Transfer Switch                                                   WP 4          $         50,600
AWS Participation                                                                         $         70,000
TOTAL                                                          1700                       $        555,800

                                              FISCAL YEAR 2013
AWS Participation                                                                         $          70,000

TOTAL                                                               0                     $          70,000




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PAVEMENT
                       CITY OF MAITLAND
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13


PART I. (Public Works Department)

   A. Project Name: Pavement Treatment

   B. Project Number: PV001 - 414-06

   C. Project Description: This program is designed for individual projects at
      different stages of the Pavement Life Cycle that were selected for treatment with
      the most serious (lowest score) Pavement Condition Rating (PCR) getting priority
      consideration. The program will be coordinated with all other infrastructure
      improvements (water, sewer and stormwater to maintain the PCR above 80).
      With the adoption of the updated Stormwater/ Lakes Management Plan in 2006,
      the future road improvements have been coordinated with drainage, ponding, and
      lake quality plans.

      FY 2009 includes pavement improvements in the Highland Estates neighborhood.
      FY 2010 includes further pavement improvements in Maitland Center; the
      resurfacing of several streets in the South Lake Jackson area; and pavement
      improvements to portions of Mohawk Trail, and Shawnee Trail.
      FY 2011 includes pavement improvements to portions of Choctaw Trail,
      Geronimo Trail, George Avenue, Westhall Lane, Cypress Lane, and The Oaks
      Drive; and resurfacing of various other streets within the City.
      FY 2012 includes pavement improvements to the Druid neighborhood’s, and
      portions of Lake Destiny Drive.
      FY 2013 includes pavement improvements for Barnard Court, Cheyenne Trail,
      Cove Colony Road, Gamewell Avenue, Greenwood Road, Hillman Avenue,
      Howell Branch Road, Maitland Summit Boulevard, Manor Road, Mayo Avenue,
      Packwood Avenue, Ridgewood Avenue, Tangerine Place, Thistle Lane, Ventris
      Avenue, and White Oak Circle.

   D. Estimated Useful Life: 15+ years

   E. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                              Yes          No         X
          2. Time of the essence?
                              Yes          No         X
          3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                              Yes           No        X


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  F. Existing Level of Service (without project): Determined by the current
     Pavement Condition Rating (PCR).

  Level of Service with Project: Maintenance to stabilize the City – wide PCR score
  above 80.

  G. Priority Group Classification: Second Priority Group

  H. Implementation Schedule: The sections with the greatest need (lowest PCR
     score) were selected for implementation early in the five-year plan. Followed by
     detailed costs, time frame, and inventory.

  I. Estimate Costs:

     See attached


     Explain how costs were derived, including sources: Costs were estimated for
     each section of pavement at $120/ton for milling and resurfacing. DRMP
     estimated the cost for full depth pavement at $27/SY. The individual jobs were
     aggregated for each fiscal year to get a total annual cost.

  J. Targeted Revenue source(s): 1. General Fund - $ 1,285,525


  Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (Community Development Department)

  K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
     Comprehensive Development Plan): Infrastructure Element, Pavement Sub
     Element, Goal, Objective 1, Policy 1.2




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             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                        FY 09 – 13

L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
   7 of 10 (Infrastructure) and 7 of 10 (2nd Priority Group)
   Justification for ranking and priority group: Research has shown that there is
   an exponential increase in cost for repair as pavement ages. Consequently,
   routine and preventive maintenance are very cost effective. The program has
   achieved its objective to date.

M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project? The
   Public Works Department

N. Other comments: At this point, emphasis will be on maintenance, with the
   majority of roads in Maitland scoring 80+.

O. Decision-making criteria:

       1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
          hazard?
                                Yes          No           X
       2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
          capacity deficits?
                                Yes          No           X
       3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
          complete this project?


       4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken
          by state agency, water management district, or the City?
                                 Yes        X No
          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
          necessary. Will be coordinated with any other non-emergency
          infrastructure or utility improvements in respective areas.

       5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
          of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. Early
          detection of problems and preventive maintenance to pavement reduces
          the overall cost of repair. A score of 70+ in the condition rating illustrates
          a satisfactory roadway by City standards. Current overall rating of 80+
          after six years of intense resurfacing for City Streets and six minimal
          maintenance years places this program in preventive maintenance phase.
          With Maitland Center roadways entering into the pavement stages,
          however, the costs dedicated to the program will increase.




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              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                         FY 09 – 13

       6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Repair of
          pavement, elimination of ponding areas on roadways, and direction of
          storm water flow to adequate treatment areas.

       7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project: In
          addition to improving road conditions for existing paved roads, this
          program assists in eliminating unimproved roadways.



                                FISCAL YEAR 2009
Central Avenue (Ventris to Palmetto)                             $       14,250
Comanche Trail (Dommerich to Pawnee)                   1870 SY   $       28,050
Geronimo Trail (Camelot Road to Parliment)             1250 SY   $       18,750
Lauder Drive                                           3670 SY   $       77,000
Striping, Curbing, Driveways and Sod                             $       16,200
Sealing Reclamite                                                $       17,397
TOTAL                                                            $      171,647




                                FISCAL YEAR 2010
Pawnee Trail                                           3250 SY   $       74,750
Winderly Place                                         6000 SY   $       90,000
Striping, Curbing, Driveways and Sod                             $       16,000
Sealing Reclamite                                                $       24,000
TOTAL                                                            $      204,750




                                FISCAL YEAR 2011
Gabriel Street                                         1225 SY   $       18,375
Circle Drive (including curb and gutter)               3470 SY   $       52,050
Rogers Avenue (Gabriel to Wymore)                      2400 SY   $       36,000
Mohawk Trail                                           3340 SY   $       61,000
Warrens Avenue (Thompson to Kentucky)                  3890 SY   $       58,350
Striping, Curbing, Driveways and Sod                             $       18,000
Sealing Reclamite                                                $       24,000
TOTAL                                                            $      267,775




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              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                         FY 09 – 13



                               FISCAL YEAR 2012
Parliament (Thunderbird to Geronimo)               620 SY    $     9,300
Thunderbird (Camelot to Parliament)                1175 SY   $    17,625
Shawnee Trail                                      4000 SY   $    60,000
Maitland Center Parkway                            7200 SY   $   108,000
Shadow Lane                                        1070 SY   $    16,050
Maitland Summit Blvd (Bobtail Dr to Pembrook Dr)   6400 Sy   $    42,240
Striping, Curbing, Driveways and Sod                         $    16,000
Sealing Reclamite                                            $    24,000
TOTAL                                                        $   293,215



                               FISCAL YEAR 2013
Geronimo Trail (Mohican to Thistle)                2670 SY   $    40,050
Horatio Ave (Brick Road)                           1760 SY   $    26,400
Brook Drive (Wymore to cul-de-sac)                 1340 SY   $    20,100
Choctaw Trail (Seneca Tr to School)                2400 SY   $    36,000
King Arthur Circle (South)                         4670 SY   $    70,050
Westhall Lane                                      2420 SY   $    36,300
Druid Road (Southview to Camack)                   3733 SY   $    32,100
Thistle Lane (Mohican to Geronimo)                 1910 SY   $    12,606
Cove Colony Road (Cul-de-sac to Thistle Lane)      4020 SY   $    26,532
Striping, Curbing, Driveways, and Sod                        $    18,000
Pavement sealing with reclamite                              $    30,000
TOTAL                                                        $   348,138




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                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13

        Street Name            From Name                 To Name          PCR
Adams Drive           East Adams Drive         Horatio Avenue              87
Adams Drive           Whitecaps Circle         East Adams Drive            92
Adios Avenue          West Trotters Drive      East Trotters Drive         90
Alex Place            City Limit               Bobtail Drive               94
Algonquin Trail       Dommerich Drive          Pawnee Trail                89
Algonquin Trail       Pawnee Trail             Seneca Trail                93
Alpine Drive          Park Avenue              Ridgewood Avenue            91
Alpine Drive          Ridgewood Avenue         Sunnyside Drive             87
Amado Lane            Dead End                 Mechanic Street             58
Apache Trail          Dommerich Drive          Pawnee Trail                91
Arapaho Trail         Algonquin Trail          Thunderbird Trail           86
Audubon Road          Magnolia Road            Azalea Lane                 89
Audubon Way           Cul-de-sac               East Street                 92
Azalea Lane           Dead End                 Dead End                    78
Baldwin's Court       Dead End                 North Lake Sybelia Drive    89
Banbury Trail         Nottoway Trail           Talmeda Trail               90
Barnard Court         Lake Avenue              Cul-de-sac                  85
Bennett Avenue        City Limit               Monroe Avenue               93
Bentley Lane          Shady Run Lane           Dead End                    95
Bethune Drive         City Limit               Dead End                    92
Big Bend Trail        Kewannee Trail           Thunder Trail               92
Birman Street         Fennell Street           Bobtail Drive               90
Bobtail Drive         Alex Place               Birman Street               92
Bobtail Drive         Birman Street            Birman Street               94
Boynton Road          Lake Catherine Drive     Lake Sybelia Drive          93
Brooks Drive          Wymore Road              Cul-de-sac                  91
Bucher Road           Sandspur Road            Dead End                    92
Burmese Drive         Riverside Park Road      Fennell Street              93
Camelot Road          Mohican Trail            Geronimo Trail              89
Cammack Drive         Druid Road               Oranole Road                90
Carver Avenue         Deacon Jones Boulevard   Bethune Drive               90
Central Avenue        Palmetto Avenue          Ventris Avenue              84
Central Avenue        Ventris Avenue           Packwood Avenue             91
Chanute Trail         Kewannee Trail           Thunder Trail               91
Chartreux Lane        Tortoise Shell Drive     Falkner Road                94
Cheyenne Trail        Arapaho Trail            Seneca Trail                88
Cheyenne Trail        Dommerich Drive          Pawnee Trail                85
Cheyenne Trail        Pawnee Trail             Arapaho Trail               90
Chickapee Trail       Tuscarora Trail          Ponca Trail                 90
Chinook Trail         Arapaho Trail            Mojave Trail               100
Chinook Trail         Kewannee Trail           Thunder Trail               88




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        Street Name               From Name                      To Name           PCR
Chinook Trail            Ponca Trail                  Kewannee Trail                88
Chinook Trail            Sequoia Trail                Arapaho Trail                 97
Chinook Trail            Tuscarora Trail              Nicoma Trail                  88
Chippewa Trail           Arapaho Trail                Mojave Trail                 100
Chippewa Trail           Dead End                     Arapaho Trail                 97
Chippewa Trail           Kewannee Trail               Thunder Trail                 91
Chippewa Trail           Thistle Lane                 Ponca Trail                   90
Choctaw Trail            Arapaho Trail                Seneca Trail                  91
Choctaw Trail            Dommerich Drive              Arapaho Trail                 90
Choctaw Trail            Seneca Trail                 School Driveway               92
Circle Drive             South Orlando Avenue         South Orlando Avenue          87
Cliffwood Court          Cul-de-sac                   Hillcrest Avenue              90
Clydesdale Drive         Chippewa Trail               Thunderbird Trail             90
Collie Lane              Lauder Drive                 McIntosh Way                  86
Columbia Drive           Legion Drive                 Summerland Avenue             94
Comanche Trail           Dommerich Drive              Pawnee Trail                  89
Cottontail Lane          Lake Avenue                  Lake Catherine Drive          87
Cove Colony Road         Cul-de-sac                   Thistle Lane                  84
Covewood Trail           Nottoway Trail               Talmeda Trail                 90
Covewood Trail           Talmeda Trail                Sandspur Road                 91
Cypress Lane             Northwind Road               Dead End                      77
Deacon Jones Boulevard   City Limit                   Carver Avenue                 90
Deloraine Trail          Collie Lane                  Mohawk Trail                  85
Deloraine Trail          Mohican Trail                Collie Lane                   90
Dommerich Drive          Comanche Trail               The Oaks Drive                91
Dommerich Drive          Horatio Avenue               Comanche Trail                88
Doyle Place              Parking Lot                  Horatio Avenue                88
Druid Isle Road          Southview Drive              Cul-de-sac                    88
Druid Road               Cammack Drive                Druid Road                    90
Druid Road               Druid Road                   Dead End                      86
Druid Road               Southview Drive              Cammack Drive                 87
Dyan Way                 Thistle Lane                 Cul-de-sac                    98
East Adams Drive         Adams Drive                  Thistle Lane                  94
East Trotters Drive      South Trotters Drive         Old Horatio Avenue            91
Eastwind Lane            Northwind Road               City Limit                    87
Fairoaks Lane            Cul-de-sac                   Quinwood Lane                 97
Faith Street             Sandspur Road                Dead End                     100
Falkner Road             City Limit                   Birman Street                 94
Fennell Street           Bobtail Drive                Dead End                      93
Fennell Street           Driveway                     Keller Road                   95
Fords Avenue             Kentucky Avenue              Mulberry Street               88
Gabriel Street           City Limit                   Warrens Road                  85
Galahad Lane             King Arthur Circle (South)   King Arthur Circle (North)    94
Gamewell Avenue          Marion Way                   Greenwood Road                84
Gamewell Avenue          Sybelia Avenue               Marion Way                    84
Gem Lake Drive           Monroe Avenue                Cul-de-sac                    98




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                            FY 09 – 13



         Street Name            From Name                   To Name      PCR
George Avenue          Dead End                   Minnehaha Road          95
George Avenue          Maitland Avenue            North Orlando Avenue    77
George Avenue          North Lake Sybelia Drive   Maitland Avenue         93
George Avenue          North Orlando Avenue       Swoope Avenue           98
George Avenue          Swoope Avenue              Parking Lot Driveway    76
Geronimo Trail         Camelot Road               Parliament Road         89
Geronimo Trail         Thistle Lane               Mohican Trail           84
Geronimo Trail         Tuckaseegee Trail          Mojave Trail            87
Gillis Court           Deloraine Trail            Longhaven Drive         90
Glen-Garry Circle      Cul-de-sac                 Pryde Drive             92
Goldwater Court        Dyan Way                   Cul-de-sac              98
Greenwood Road         Huntington Court           Dead End                84
Greenwood Road         Railroad                   North Orlando Avenue   100
Grove Street           Cul-de-sac                 Lake Avenue             88
Hamlet Court           Hamlet Drive               Cul-de-sac              94
Hamlet Drive           Monroe Avenue              Cul-de-sac              94
Hillandale Lane        Lake Catherine Drive       Loudon Court            94
Hillcrest Avenue       Sandspur Road              Cliffwood Court         91
Hillcrest Avenue       Sybelia Avenue             Sandspur Road           92
Hillman Avenue         North Lake Sybelia Drive   Sandspur Road           85
Hollie Court           Adams Drive                Adams Drive             76
Hope Road              Wymore Road                Ramp                    95
Hope Terrace           Dead End                   Dead End                89
Hope Terrace           Hope Terrace               Sandspur Road           89
Horatio Avenue         Lake Sybelia Drive         Maitland Avenue         88
Howell Branch Road     Thistle Lane               Horatio Avenue          84
Huntington Court       Cul-de-sac                 Greenwood Road          90
Huron Trail            Arapaho Trail              Mojave Trail           100
Huron Trail            Ponca Trail                Tuscarora Trail         87
Huron Trail            Sequoia Trail              Arapaho Trail           89
Huron Trail            Tuscarora Trail            Nicoma Trail            89
Independence Lane      Packwood Avenue            Horatio Avenue          92
Indian Dance Court     Mayo Avenue                Cul-de-sac              99
Jackson Street         South Lake Sybelia Drive   Maitland Avenue         78
James Place            Horatio Avenue             Dead End                98
Keller Road            City Line                  Fennell Street          93
Keller Road            Fennell Street             Pembrook Drive          94
Keller Road            Maitland Boulevard         City Line               98
Kentucky Avenue        Fords Avenue               Warrens Avenue          96




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                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                             FY 09 – 13



        Street Name                   From Name                       To Name            PCR
Kewannee Trail               Tuscarora Trail               City Limit                     91
King Arthur Circle (East)    King Arthur Circle (North/SoutThistle Lane                   97
King Arthur Circle (North)   King Arthur Circle (West)     King Arthur Circle (East)      92
King Arthur Circle (South)   King Arthur Circle (West)     King Arthur Circle (East)      92
King Arthur Circle (West)    Adams Drive                   King Arthur Circle (North/Sout 97
Korat Lane                   Bobtail Drive                 Chartreux Lane                 93
Kyle Drive                   Minnehaha Circle              Minnehaha Circle               93
Lake Catherine Court         Cul-de-sac                    Lake Catherine Drive           90
Lake Catherine Drive         Cottontail Lane               Boynton Road                   89
Lake Catherine Drive         Hilladale Lane                Boynton Road                   95
Lake Catherine Drive         Lake Catherine Court          Cottontail Lane                97
Lake Catherine Drive         Unpaved Portion               Hillandale Lane                92
Lake Charity Drive           Lake Hope Drive               Druid Road                     89
Lake Destiny Road            City Limit                    Lucien Way                     93
Lake Destiny Road            Maitland Boulevard            Maitland Center Parkway        88
Lake Destiny Road            Maitland Center Parkway       City Limit                     84
Lake Destiny Road            Southhall Lane                Lucien Way                     93
Lake Destiny Road            Southhall Lane                Maitland Boulevard             94
Lake Faith Circle            Lakeshore Drive               Lakeshore Drive                99
Lake Hope Drive              Lake Charity Drive            Druid Road                     90
Lake Lily Drive              Dead End                      South Maitland Avenue          93
Lake Lily Drive              Dead End                      South Orlando Avenue           96
Lake Lucien Drive            Cul-de-sac                    Southhall Lane                 96
Lakewind Trail               Cul-de-sac                    Windgrove Trail                92
Lamorak Lane                 King Arthur Circle (South)    King Arthur Circle (North)     93
Lauder Drive                 Collie Lane                   Deloraine Trail                77
Leslie Terrace               Magnolia Road                 Dead End                       78
Lewis Drive                  City Limit                    Monroe Avenue                  91
Lightning Trail              Dead End                      Tuscarora Trail                89
Lincoln Boulevard            City Limit                    Carver Avenue                  91
Live Oak Street              Dead End                      Manor Road                     82
Live Oak Street              Manor Road                    Ventris Street                 92
Longhaven Drive              Chippewa Trail                City Limit                     89
Loren Avenue                 City Limit                    Monroe Avenue                  88
Loudon Court                 Cul-de-sac                    Hillandale Lane                92
Lucien Way                   Keller Road                   Maitland Colonnades            95
Lucien Way                   Maitland Colonnades           Lake Destiny Road              76
Lyndale Boulevard            Alpine Drive                  Dead End                       58
Lyndale Boulevard            City Limit                    Alpine Drive                   86
Lyndale Boulevard            Dead End                      Magnolia Road                  93




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                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13



        Street Name                  From Name                    To Name     PCR
Macarthur Place             Cul-de-sac                 Packwood Avenue         94
Macbeth Drive               McGregor Way               Kewannee Trail          93
Magnolia Road               South Orlando Avenue       Sunnyside Drive         91
Maitland Center Commons     Westhall Lane              Cul-de-sac              93
Maitland Center Parkway     Keller Road                Lake Destiny Road       89
Maitland Groves Road        North Lake Sybelia Drive   White Oak Circle        91
Maitland Groves Road        White Oak Circle           Sandspur Road           94
Maitland Summit Boulevard   Bobtail Drive              Pembrook Drive          84
Maitland Summit Boulevard   Maitland Boulevard         Keller Road             95
Maitland Summit Boulevard   Pembrook Drive             Maitland Boulevard      97
Manor Road                  Live Oak Street            Dead End                82
Manor Road                  South Orlando Avenue       Live Oak Street         85
Mariner Way                 Shell Point West           Horatio Avenue          93
Marion Way                  Maitland Avenue            Robinhood Drive         75
Mayo Avenue                 North Orlando Avenue       Indian Dance Court      84
McGregor Way                Deloraine Trail            City Limit              93
McIntosh Way                Collie Lane                McGregor Way            91
Mechanic Street             Amado Lane                 Oak Avenue              58
Mechanic Street             Greenwod Road              Amado Lane              58
Minnehaha Circle            Horatio Avenue             Cul-de-sac              86
Minnehaha Lane              Minnehaha Road             Dead End                90
Minnehaha Road              George Avenue              Cul-de-sac              93
Minnehaha Road              Horatio Avenue             George Avenue           95
Mohawk Trail                Arapaho Trail              Mojave Trail           100
Mohawk Trail                Kewannee Trail             Thunder Trail           90
Mohawk Trail                Ponca Trail                Kewannee Trail          88
Mohawk Trail                Sequoia Trail              Arapaho Trail           94
Mohawk Trail                Thistle Lane               Nicoma Trail            87
Mohican Trail               Arapaho Trail              Mojave Trail            88
Mohican Trail               Mojave Trail               Thistle Lane            91
Mohican Trail               Thistle Lane               Thunderbird Trail       82
Mohican Trail               Thunderbird Trail          City Limit              81
Mojave Trail                Choctaw Trail              Mohican Trail           86
Mojave Trail                Mohican Trail              Dead End                87
Monroe Avenue               City Limit                 Gem Lake Drive          99
Monroe Avenue               Gem Lake Drive             South Orlando Avenue    91
Mulberry Street             Fords Avenue               Warrens Avenue          91
Native Court                Tuscarora Trail            Cul-de-sac              90
Nicoma Trail                Tuscarora Trail            Chippewa Trail          88
North Avenue                Dead End                   Sanford Avenue          93
North Lake Sybelia Drive    Cul-de-sac                 Willowbrook Trail       92




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                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                            FY 09 – 13



        Street Name                 From Name                     To Name          PCR
North Lake Sybelia Drive   Hillman Avenue              Horatio Avenue               92
North Lake Sybelia Drive   Maitland Groves Road        Hillman Avenue               91
North Lake Sybelia Drive   Willowbrook Trail           Wolsey Drive                 93
North Lake Sybelia Drive   Wolsey Drive                Maitland Groves Road         91
Northwind Road             Cypress Lane                East Adams Drive             92
Nottoway Trail             Dead End                    Willa Vista Trail            86
Nottoway Trail             Willa Vista Trail           Willowbrook Trail            91
Oak Avenue                 Dead End                    Dead End                     58
Oakleigh Drive             Oakleigh Lane               Horatio Avenue               94
Oakleigh Lane              Cul-de-sac                  Oakleigh Drive               92
Old Club Point             Cul-de-sac                  Cove Colony Road             91
Old Colony Lane            Thistle Lane                Cul-de-sac                   89
Old Creek Lane             Thistle Lane                Cul-de-sac                   90
Old Horatio Avenue         Dead End                    West Trotters Drive          89
Old Horatio Avenue         West Trotters Drive         Oakleigh Drive               98
Orange Place               South Orlando Avenue        Ridgewood Avenue             90
Pace Avenue                West Trotters Drive         East Trotters Drive          90
Packwood Avenue            Maitland Avenue             South Orlando Avenue         91
Packwood Avenue            South Lake Sybelia Drive    Maitland Avenue              84
Packwood Avenue            South Orlando Avenue        Swoope Avenue                92
Palmetto Avenue            Lake Catherine Drive        Central Avenue               89
Park Avenue                City Limit                  South Orlando Avenue         94
Park Lane                  Dead End                    Lake Avenue                  74
Parliament Road            Mohican Trail               Geronimo Trail               89
Pawnee Trail               Algonquin Trail             Choctaw Trail                91
Pembrook Drive             City Limit                  Maitland Summit Boulevard    77
Pembrook Drive             Maitland Summit Boulevard   Keller Road                  82
Piney Croft Lane           Live Oak Street             Dead End                     91
Pocahontas Trail           Arapaho Trail               Seneca Trail                 87
Ponca Trail                Dead End                    Tuscarora Trail              89
Ponca Trail                Tuscarora Trail             Chippewa Trail               87
Pryde Drive                Wolsey Drive                Sandspur Road                90
Quinwood Lane              Fairoaks Lane               Mayo Avenue                  97
Quinwood Lane              Mayo Avenue                 Cul-de-sac                  100
Ridgewood Avenue           City Limit                  Magnolia Road                85
Robinhood Court            Marion Way                  Cul-de-sac                   93
Robinhood Drive            Gamewell Avenue             Marion Way                   80
Rogers Avenue              Gabriel Street              Kentucky Avenue              92
Rogers Avenue              Wymore Road                 Gabriel Street               86
Rollingwood Trail          Nottoway Trail              Talmeda Trail                88
Rosewind Trail             Cul-de-sac                  Windgrove Trail              91




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                            FY 09 – 13


        Street Name                  From Name                    To Name        PCR
Saginaw Trail              Kewannee Trail              Thunder Trail              90
Sandspur Road              Covewood Trail              Pryde Drive                93
Sandspur Road              Faith Street                Maitland Avenue            93
Sandspur Road              Hillman Road                Faith Street               94
Sandspur Road              Maitland Boulevard Ramp     Covewood Trail             94
Sandspur Road              Maitland Groves Road        Hillman Road               94
Sandspur Road              Pryde Drive                 Maitland Groves Road       93
Sandspur Road              Wymore Road                 Maitland Boulevard Ramp    93
Sanford Avenue             Mayo Avenue                 North Avenue               80
Seneca Trail               Horatio Avenue              Choctaw Trail              91
Sequoia Trail              Dommerich Drive             Chippewa Trail             94
Shadow Lane                Manor Road                  Cul-de-sac                 95
Shady Run Lane             Bentley Lane                Mayo Avenue                95
Shawnee Trail              Arapaho Trail               Mojave Trail              100
Shawnee Trail              Dommerich Drive             Arapaho Trail              93
Shell Point East           Cul-de-sac                  Shell Point West           92
Shell Point West           Cul-de-sac                  Cul-de-sac                 92
Silver Palm Lane           Mayo Avenue                 Cul-de-sac                 99
Softwind Trail             Cul-de-sac                  Windgrove Trail            92
South Lake Sybelia Drive   Audubon Way                 Windgrove Trail            93
South Lake Sybelia Drive   Boynton Road                Horatio Avenue             92
South Lake Sybelia Drive   Windgrove Trail             Boynton Road               89
South Trotters Drive       West Trotters Drive         East Trotters Drive        89
Southhall Lane             Cul-de-sac                  Lake Destiny Road          92
Southview Drive            Druid Isle Road             Druid Road                 91
Southview Drive            Druid Road                  Oranole Road               92
Stonehill Drive            Maitland Avenue             Stonehill Drive            87
Summerland Avenue          Columbia Drive              Cul-de-sac                 87
Summit Centre Way          Maitland Summit Blvd        Cul-de-sac                 72
Summit Park Drive          Maitland Summit Boulevard   Cul-de-sac                 94
Summit Tower Boulevard     Maitland Summit Boulevard   Pembrook Drive             93
Suwanee Court              Cul-de-sac                  Indain Dance Court         99
Swoope Avenue              Horatio Avenue              George Avenue              93
Swoope Avenue              Packwood Avenue             Horatio Avenue             96
Sybelia Avenue             Cul-de-sac                  Hillcrest Avenue           89
Sybelia Avenue             Hillcrest Avenue            Maitland Avenue            91
Sybelia Avenue             Maitland Avenue             Railroad                   77
Sybelia Avenue             Railroad                    North Orlando Avenue      100




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                            FY 09 – 13



         Street Name            From Name                   To Name     PCR
Tabby Lane             Bobtail Drive             Bobtail Drive           94
Talmeda Trail          Banbury Trail             Willowbrook Trail       89
Talmeda Trail          Dead End                  Rollingwood Trail       92
Talmeda Trail          Rollingwood Trail         Banbury Trail           91
Tangelo Court          Adams Drive               Adams Drive             72
Tangerine Place        Dead End                  Ridgewood Avenue        85
Temple Trail           City Limit                Tuscarora Trail         90
Terra Place            Cul-de-sac                Quinwood Lane          100
The Oaks Drive         Cul-de-sac                Cul-de-sac              78
Thistle Lane           Dyan Way                  Mohican Trail           89
Thistle Lane           East Adams Drive          Horatio Avenue          92
Thistle Lane           Horatio Avenue            Old Colony Lane         91
Thistle Lane           Mohican Trail             Geronimo Trail          73
Thistle Lane           Old Colony Lane           Dyan Way                89
Thompson Avenue        City Limit                Brooks Drive            90
Thunder Trail          Tuscarora Trail           City Limit              90
Thunderbird Trail      Arapaho Trail             Mojave Trail            86
Thunderbird Trail      Camelot Road              Parliament Road         90
Thunderbird Trail      Mohican Trail             Deloraine Trail         88
Thunderbird Trail      Thistle Lane              Mohican Trail           89
Tippicanoe Trail       Arapaho Trail             Seneca Trail            88
Tomahawk Trail         Mohawk Trail              Chippewa Trail          85
Tonto Trail            Arapaho Trail             Seneca Trail            87
Tortoise Shell Drive   Bobtail Drive             Birman Street           92
Trafalgar Court        Maitland Center Parkway   Cul-de-sac              92
Tuckaseegee Trail      Thunderbird Trail         Dead End                90
Tuscarora Trail        Lightning Trail           City Line               89
Tuscarora Trail        Temple Trail              Lightning Trail         91
Tuscarora Trail        Temple Trail              Mohawk Trail            92
Ventris Avenue         Boynton Road              Maitland Avenue         83
Ventris Avenue         Maitland Avenue           South Orlando Avenue    92
Ventris Court          Cul-de-sac                Ventris Avenue          87
Ventris Lane           Ventris Street            Cul-de-sac              77
Ventris Street         Live Oak Street           Ventris Lane            91
Ventris Street         South Orlando Avenue      Live Oak Street         90
Versailles Circle      Versailles Drive          Versailles Drive        89
Versailles Court       Versailles Circle         Cul-de-sac              89
Versailles Drive       North Orlando Avenue      Versailles Circle       90




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                            FY 09 – 13



        Street Name                From Name                   To Name          PCR
Warrens Avenue            Kentucky Avenue            Thompson Avenue             91
Warrens Road              Wymore Road                Gabriel Street              90
Washington Avenue         City Limit                 Carver Avenue               89
Wayhaven Court            Thistle Lane               Cul-de-sac                  94
West Trotters Drive       South Trotters Drive       Old Horatio Avenue          90
Westhall Lane             Keller Road                Winderly Place              90
Westwind Court            Northwind Road             Northwind Road              91
White Oak Circle          Maitland Groves Road       Maitland Groves Road        85
Whitecaps Circle          Adams Drive                Adams Drive                 92
Wigwam Place              Horatio Avenue             Horatio Avenue              92
Willa Vista Trail         Nottoway Trail             Talmeda Trail               90
Willowbrook Trail         North Lake Sybelia Drive   Sandspur Road               89
Winderley Place (North)   Maitland Center Parkway    Cul-de-sac                  88
Winderley Place (South)   Dead End                   Maitland Center Parkway     87
Windglow Trail            Cul-de-sac                 Windgrove Trail             92
Windgrove Trail           Lake Avenue                South Lake Sybelia Drive    89
Wolsey Drive              North Lake Sybelia Drive   Pryde Drive                 91
Woods Court               Chippewa Trail             cul-de-sac                  96
Woodstream Court          Horatio Avenue             Cul-de-dac                  88




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                          CITY OF MAITLAND
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                              FY 09 – 13


PART I. (Public Works Department)

   A. Project Name: Bicycle/ Sidewalk Network

   B. Project Number: BS001 - 414-16

   C. Project Description: This project includes the design and installation of safe
      pedestrian and bicycle paths connecting the numerous parks and activity areas
      within the City. Sidewalk construction is concentrated within the central
      Maitland area including; the Cultural Corridor, the Orlando Avenue corridor, and
      the Dommerich Estates neighborhood. In addition, streets with a majority of
      property owners requesting sidewalks have been added to the program.

        Sidewalk

        FY 2009 (Commuter Rail) Greenwood Gardens
        FY 2010 (Commuter Rail) Greenwood Gardens
        FY 2011 (Commuter Rail) Greenwood Gardens, South Lake Sybelia Dr.
        FY 2012 Sidewalk on Arapaho Trail. Monroe and Cultural Corridor that is
                Developer driven
        FY 2013 Ridgewood, Magnolia, Lyndale, Alpine, Tangerine, Choctaw & N. Park.

   D. Estimated Useful Life: 20+ years

   E. General Information

           1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                                Yes           No         X
           2. Time of the essence?
                                Yes           No         X
           3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                                Yes       X No

   F.     Existing Level of Service (without project): The City has three complete
        bicycle systems in the City, with sidewalks on various streets and a pedestrian
        overpass spanning Orlando Avenue at Maitland Boulevard

        Level of Service with Project: Provides for the safety of pedestrian travel within
        a residential neighborhood and links residential areas to cultural, commercial, and
        recreational uses in the City.


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                         CITY OF MAITLAND
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                             FY 09 – 13


   G. Priority Group Classification: Second Priority Group

   H. Implementation Schedule:
      Specific projects have been identified by the Public Works Department in
      conjunction with the Community Development Department. Attachments include
      detailed project costs and a time frame for completion.

   I. Estimated Costs:
                                    2009        2010        2011        2012        2013        TOTAL

       Repair/Maint. - Sidewalks   $ 50,000   $ 100,000   $ 312,000   $ 299,000   $ 405,000   $ 1,166,000
       Bicycle                            -           -           -           -           -             -
                                   $ 50,000   $ 100,000   $ 312,000   $ 299,000   $ 405,000   $ 1,166,000


      Explain how costs were derived, including sources: A preliminary design
      survey was used to calculate the length and physical impediments involved in the
      project. A cost-estimate that included survey, design, permitting and construction
      administration was derived by staff to estimate costs (2009 dollars) for all
      sidewalk projects that are scheduled.

   J. Targeted Revenue source(s): 1. General Fund - $ 1,166,000

   Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (Community Development Department )

   K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
      Comprehensive Development Plan): Policy 5.1 and Standard 5.1.1 of
      Recreation and Open Space Element. Objective 4 of the Traffic Circulation
      Element.

   L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
      5 of 10 (Infrastructure) and 4 of 10 (2nd Priority Group)




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            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                       FY 09 – 13

   Justification for ranking and priority group: Though not tied to a Level of
   Service, these improvements represent sixty percent completion of a major
   objective in the Traffic Circulation Element of the C.D.P.

M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project? The
   Public Works Department, Maintenance Division

N. Other comments:

O. Decision-making criteria:

      1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
         hazard?
                               Yes      X No
      2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
         capacity deficits?
                               Yes      X No
      3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
         complete this project?


      4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken
         by state agency, water management district, or the City?

                                Yes      X No

          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
          necessary. As each sidewalk is constructed, utility improvements are
          reviewed prior to construction as well as coordination with the adjacent
          property owner if easements are required for locating the sidewalk.

      5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
         of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. City
         residents, and property owners, will benefit from the opportunity to travel
         safely through the City to commercial areas, park and cultural areas, and
         the schools by foot, or bicycle.

      6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Pedestrian
         safety and a form of non-automobile transportation will be promoted.

      7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project:
         The condition of the existing sidewalk and bicycle network shall be
         upgraded systematically, with the total cost unknown until after the first
         few years of the replacement and repair program.


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                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                            FY 09 – 13

                                      2009
                DETAILED SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS
            FISCAL YEAR 2009 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2013

DESCRIPTION                                            TOTAL ($)


                               FISCAL YEAR 2009
Commuter Rail - Greenwood Gardens                      $     50,000
TOTAL                                                  $     50,000

                               FISCAL YEAR 2010
Commuter Rail - Greenwood Gardens                      $    100,000
TOTAL                                                  $    100,000

                               FISCAL YEAR 2011
Commuter Rail - Greenwood Gardens                      $    100,000
South Lake Sybelia Drive                               $    212,000
TOTAL                                                  $    312,000

                                    FISCAL YEAR 2012
Arapaho Trail                                          $    220,000
Cultural Corridor sidewalks - developer driven         $        -
Lake Avenue                                            $     50,000
Monroe Ave (Orlando Ave to The Hamlet)                 $     29,000
TOTAL                                                  $    299,000

                                 FISCAL YEAR 2013
Ridgewood,Magnolia,Lyndale,Alpine and Tangerine        $     32,000
Choctaw                                                $    228,000
Kyle Drive                                             $     50,000
North Park Avenue                                      $     95,000
TOTAL                                                  $    405,000

TOTAL                                                  $   1,166,000




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                       CITY OF MAITLAND
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13

PART I. (Public Works Department)

   A. Project Name: Lift Station Improvements

   B. Project Number: WW001 - 351-07

   C. Project Description: This program continues the annual lift station and
      wastewater collection system televising and repair program, which allows the
      City to reduce costly infiltration and inflow. It also includes the overall sewer
      system improvements as outlined in the City’s Sanitary Sewer Master Plan (Boyle
      Report).

      FY 2009 provides for the purchase of additional capacity from Iron Bridge for the
      Eastern Transmission System; Sewer improvements to Lift Station #14 are
      currently underway in FY 08 and no additional funding will be required, therefore
      the project has been removed from the FY 09-13 CIP.
      FY 2010 includes a study and design of L/S #6 (Orlando Ave) improvements;
      Druid Area Sewer System Design; the rehabilitation of L/S #3 (Whitecaps Cir.);
      the upgrade of L/S #2 (Dommerich Dr.) to a “submersible” station, and the design
      of the Carver Area Sewer Conversion (year 1 of 2).
      FY 2011, includes the renovation of L/S #6 to a “submersible” station; Phase I of
      III of the Druid Area Sewer System construction; and Phase II of V of
      Dommerich Hills Sewer System construction.
      FY 2012 includes the design of the Palm Cove/Terra Place Sewer System;
      replacement of L/S #17 force main; the upgrade to “submersible” station L/S #8
      (South Lake Sybelia), design and construction of a force main on Lift Station #2,
      and improvements associated with the Carver Area Sewer Conversion (year 2 of
      2).
      FY 2013, includes construction of Dommerich Hills sewer (Ph -3/5), Replaced
      Lift Station #13 Force Main, and the construction of Druid Area Sewer (Ph 3/3)

   D. Estimated Useful Life: 30+ years

   E. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                              Yes          No         X
          2. Time of the essence?
                              Yes          No         X
          3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                              Yes           No        X


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  F. Existing Level of Service (without project): Current Level of Service (LOS) is
     acceptable. Rehabilitation activities will preserve limited reserved sewage
     treatment capacity at both Iron Bridge and Swofford Wastewater Treatment Plants
     by reducing infiltration and inflow.        The Eastern Transmission System
     improvements are necessary as LOS is projected to be unacceptable beginning FY
     2009 due to growth and re-development within the City.
     Level of Service with Project: Improvements to maintain current LOS, protect
     limited reserved sewage capacity and reduce operating expenses associated with
     infiltration and inflow.

  G. Priority Group Classification: First Priority Group

  H. Implementation Schedule: Specific projects have been identified by the Public
     Works Department with a time frame for completing the projects. Attachments
     include detailed costs and a time frame for each lift station service area.

  I. Estimated Costs: see attached table

     Explain how costs were derived, including sources: The Public Works
     Department consulted with DRMP, Boyle, and PBS&J, to estimate individual
     project costs (2008 dollars). The Public Works Department aggregated unit costs
     and arranged the timing of the various improvements.

  J. Targeted Revenue source(s): Enterprise Fund - $ 6,821,500

  Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (Community Development Department)

  K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
     Comprehensive Development Plan): Infrastructure Element, Sanitary Sewer
     Sub Element, Goal, Objective 1, Policy 1, Policy 1.3: include preventative
     maintenance to preserve the current system and perform inflow/ infiltration
     improvements.




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L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
   1 of 10 (Infrastructure) and 1 of 3 (1st Priority Group)
   Justification for ranking and priority group: Most of these improvements are
   designed as preventative maintenance and not as replacing deficiencies, but the
   impacts of these improvements serve all residents, protect the environment and
   quality of the City and preserve a major investment.

M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project? The
   Public Works Department, Wastewater Division.

N. Other comments: With this program, City staff is able to maintain forty-two lift
   stations, twenty-two mini lift stations, and 64 miles of sewer pipe in the City.

O. Decision-making criteria:

       1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
          hazard?
                                Yes      X No
       2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
          capacity deficits?
                                Yes          No           X
       3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
          complete this project?
                                74.1% of Utilities Fund
       4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken
          by state agency, water management district, or the City?
                                Yes       X No
          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
          necessary.     Coordination should be with any road improvements
          proposed for two (2) years, to avoid cutting into the road unnecessarily;
          and with streetscape improvements to avoid tearing up sidewalks and
          landscaping.

       5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
          of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. The benefit is
          that the City will be able to meet the sewer demands of our growing
          community for the next 30+ years by building and operating a more cost
          efficient system. Proper flow diversions and facility rehabilitations will
          reduce operating and replacement cost, reduce the potential for negative
          health and environmental impacts associated with sewage spills, and
          increase the available system capacity which allows the City to remove
          border-line septic systems, especially in the vicinity of the lakes.


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                6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Various projects
                   will be carried out in a number of lift station service areas throughout the
                   City.

                7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project:
                   Construction of major sewer systems creates inconvenient and unsightly
                   conditions during the actual construction.


                                    D E T AIL E D S E W E R IM P R O V E M E N T S
                           F IS C AL Y E AR 2 0 0 9 T H R O U G H F IS C AL Y E AR 2 0 1 3

D E S C R IP T IO N                                                                                                     T O T AL ($ )

F IS C AL Y E AR 2 0 0 9
P u rch a s e A d d itio n a l C a p a c ity in E a s te rn S ys te m                               C a p ita l     $     1 ,5 0 0 ,0 0 0
C o lle c tio n S ys te m U -L in e rs                                                             O p e ra tin g   $          7 2 ,0 0 0

M a n h o le Q u a d e x S e a l                                                                   O p e ra tin g   $         1 8 ,0 0 0

T O T AL                                                                                                            $     1 ,5 9 0 ,0 0 0

F IS C AL Y E AR 2 0 1 0
S tu d y a n d D e s ig n L S # 6 (O rla n d o A ve ) Im p ro ve m e n ts                          O p e ra tin g   $       1 2 0 ,0 0 0
C a rve r A re a S e w e r C o n ve rsio n S tu d y - D e s ig n                                   O p e ra tin g   $         7 0 ,0 0 0
D ru id A re a S ys te m - D e s ig n                                                              O p e ra tin g   $       1 5 5 ,0 0 0
R e h a b ilita tio n to s u b m e rs ib le o f L S # 3 (W h ite ca p s C i)                        C a p ita l     $       1 5 6 ,0 0 0
U p g ra d e to s u b m e rs ib le L S # 2 (D o m m e ric h D r)                                    C a p ita l     $       3 2 0 ,0 0 0
C o lle c tio n S ys te m U -L in e rs                                                             O p e ra tin g   $         7 2 ,0 0 0
M a n h o le Q u a d e x S e a l                                                                   O p e ra tin g   $         1 8 ,0 0 0
T O T AL                                                                                                            $       9 1 1 ,0 0 0

F IS C AL Y E AR 2 0 1 1
U p g ra d e L S # 6 to s u b m e rs ib le                                                          C a p ita l     $        2 8 0 ,0 0 0
R e -p u m p g e n e ra to r a t lift s ta tio n # 6 - D E P re q u ire d                           C a p ita l     $          4 8 ,0 0 0
D ru id A re a S e w e r S ys te m - C o n s tru c tio n 1 /3                                       C a p ita l     $        3 0 0 ,0 0 0
C o n s tru c tio n o f D o m m e ric h H ills S e w e r - P h 2 /5                                 C a p ita l     $        4 8 0 ,0 0 0
C o lle c tio n S ys te m U -L in e rs                                                             O p e ra tin g   $          7 2 ,0 0 0
M a n h o le Q u a d e x S e a l                                                                   O p e ra tin g   $          1 8 ,0 0 0
E x te n sio n o f s e w e r fro m L S 1 4 to d o w n to w n                                        C a p ita l     $     1 ,0 0 4 ,5 0 0
T O T AL                                                                                                            $     2 ,2 0 2 ,5 0 0

F IS C AL Y E AR 2 0 1 2
D e s ig n P a lm C o ve /T e rra P la c e s ys te m                                                C a p ita l     $          8 8 ,0 0 0
C o n s tru c tio n o f D ru id A re a S e w e r s ys te m - P h a s e 2 /3                         C a p ita l     $        3 2 0 ,0 0 0
R e p la c e fo rc e m a in fro m L ift S ta tio n # 1 7                                           O p e ra tin g   $        1 4 0 ,0 0 0
C a rve r A re a S e w e r C o n ve rsio n Im p ro ve m e n ts                                      C a p ita l     $        2 3 0 ,0 0 0
U p g ra d e L /S # 8 to s u b m e rs ib le                                                         C a p ita l     $        2 9 0 ,0 0 0
D e s ig n a n d c o n s . O f D ive rs io n F o rc e M a in o f L .S . # 2 D o m m e ric h D r.    C a p ita l     $        5 1 0 ,0 0 0
T O T AL                                                                                                            $     1 ,5 7 8 ,0 0 0

F IS C AL Y E AR 2 0 1 3
C o n s tru c tio n o f D o m m e ric h H ills s e w e r - P h 3 /5                                 C a p ita l     $       2 4 0 ,0 0 0
R e p la c e L ift S ta tio n # 1 3 fo rc e m a in                                                 O p e ra tin g   $         6 0 ,0 0 0
C o n s tru c tio n o f D ru id A re a S e w e r - P h a s e 3 /3                                   C a p ita l     $       2 4 0 ,0 0 0
T O T AL                                                                                                            $       5 4 0 ,0 0 0




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              VII-5
STORMWATER/ LKS
                       CITY OF MAITLAND
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13


PART I. (Public Works Department)

   A. Project Name: Stormwater Lakes Management Plan

   B. Project Number: LK001 - 371-07

   C. Project Description: This project includes the repair of existing, or the
      construction of new, stormwater drainage and treatment facilities (retention
      ponds, wetlands, underground systems, etc.) to further arrest the degradation of
      the City’s lake water quality. It also includes recommended Best Management
      Practices (BMP), the continuation of the street sweeping program, and land
      purchases for use as stormwater retention and treatment areas.

      FY 2009 includes the continuation of the Lake Maitland Basin Improvements
      (Ridgewood area) involving the installation of an exfilatration and underground
      retention system.

      FY 2010 This year includes a cooperative effort between Maitland, Orange
      County, Winter Park, and FDOT in “arresting” storm water contamination from
      entering into the Gem Lake/Park Lake System. It also involves storm drain
      installation and improvement along the 17-92 corridor (Town Square), and
      installation of swales bordering Lakes Catherine and Eulalia.

      FY 2011 Includes construction of an off-line retention system at Lake Sybelia
      near the Art Center. A TMDL project will also be constructed to reduce
      phosphorous loads allocated in the Lake Jesup Basin Management Action Plan.

      FY 2012 Includes the 1st phase of an infiltration trench at Lake Nina. A TMDL
      project will also be constructed to reduce phosphorous loads allocated in the Lake
      Jesup Basin Management Action Plan.

      FY 2013 includes the 2nd phase of an infiltration trench at Lake Nina, an offline
      retention facility at Lake Sybelia near the Hill Recreation Center, and the
      construction of a baffle box at the Dommerich Beach HOA lot. A TMDL project
      will also be constructed to reduce phosphorous loads allocated in the Lake Jesup
      Basin Management Action Plan.

   D. Estimated Useful Life: 30+ years

   E. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                             Yes            No        X


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        2. Time of the essence?
                             Yes            No         X
        3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                             Yes        X No

F. Existing Level of Service (without project): No treatment of stormwater runoff
   will result in a continuing decline in the service levels (water quality) for all lakes.

   Level of Service with Project: City will meet and exceed EPA, MS4 standards
   for storm water quality entering Maitland’s 22 lakes through implementation of
   this program. Lake water quality levels will be stabilized at current levels, with
   no further degradation in water quality.

G. Priority Group Classification: Second Priority Group

H. Implementation Schedule: See attached detail sheet for capital improvements.
   Specific projects have been developed and identified through joint efforts by the
   Public Works Department, the Lakes Advisory Board, and the City’s engineering
   consultants. Attachments include detailed costs and a time frame for each
   individual project.

I. Estimated Costs: see attached table


   Explain how costs were derived, including sources: See detail for capital
   improvements following this section. Land costs are based on assessed values in
   general area. Design costs (2009 dollars) have been confirmed with PBS&J, and
   MACTEC (the City’s General Consultant).


J. Targeted Revenue source(s): Stormwater Environmental Utility Fund:
   $ 3,092,000


Submitted By:




Date:




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                          FY 09 – 13



PART II. (Community Development Department)

  K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
     Comprehensive Development Plan): Conservation Element, Objectives 5, 6, 7,
     and 8
  L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
     4 of 10 (Infrastructure) and 3 of 10 (2nd Priority Group)
     Justification for ranking and priority group: This project covers a number of
     projects for correcting deficiencies in the storm water management system. This
     represents the twelfth year of a long-range plan adopted by the City to arrest lake
     water quality degradation in the City

  M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project? The
     Public Works Department, Lakes Management Division

  N. Other comments: A Master Plan for City-wide drainage and lakes improvements
     was adopted in FY 1996, and the update was adopted in FY 2006.

  O. Decision-making criteria:

         1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
         hazard?
                                  Yes      X No
         2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
            capacity deficits?
                                  Yes      X No
         3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
            complete this project?
                      100% - Stormwater Environmental Utility
         4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken
            by state agency, water management district, or the City?
                                   Yes        X No
             If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
             necessary. Coordination will be made with any road improvements or
             utility improvements for each area. In FY 2010 coordination will also
             occur with Winter Park, Orange County, and FDOT to design and
             mobilize the construction of the treatment facility.

         5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
            of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. This plan



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   will reduce the hazards of storm water damage to aquatic life and property
   in the City. Designs to retrofit land areas shall be accomplished with the
   master plan and improvements, consistent with standards adopted in the
   Comprehensive Development Plan.

6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Extension of
   new drainage structures and improvement of lake water quality to meet or
   exceed City objectives.

7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project:
   Drainage master plan has escalated costs for program including
   maintenance requirements.




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                            FY 09 – 13

                     PROPOSED STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2013

    BASIN                  DESCRIPTION                  SEQUENCE          BMP          TOTAL ($)

                                             2009
                                       FISCAL YEAR 2009
 MA 112/ MA 113/                                                         On-Line
     MA 114      Lake Maitland Basin                     Year 1 of 1    Treatment      $    520,000
                 O&M                                                                   $     75,000
                 TOTAL                                                                 $    595,000

                                       FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                                                        Pipe Line
       M1         Town Square                            Year 1 of 1   Conveyance $         165,000
GE 91, GE 92,     Lake Gem/Park Lake COOP BMP                          Stormwater
GE4, and GE 2     (Orange County, DOT, Winter Park)      Year 1 of 1      Filter  $         240,000

  CA104/EO101     Lake Catherine/ Lake Eulalia Swales    Year 1 of 1   Swales          $    156,000
                  O&M                                                                  $     75,000
                  TOTAL                                                                $    636,000

                                       FISCAL YEAR 2011
                                                                        Off-Line
     SY 107      Lake Sybelia near Art Center            Year 1 of 1    Retention      $    486,000
Lake Jesup Basin TMDL Projects                           Year 1 of 1                   $    100,000
                 O&M                                                                   $     75,000
                 TOTAL                                                                 $    661,000

                                       FISCAL YEAR 2012
                                                                        Infiltration
     NI 102      Lake Nina                               Year 1 of 2      Trench       $    420,000
Lake Jesup Basin TMDL Projects                           Year 1 of 1                   $    100,000
                 O&M                                                                   $     75,000
                 TOTAL                                                                 $    595,000

                                       FISCAL YEAR 2013
                                                                        Infiltration
     NI 102       Lake Nina                              Year 2 of 2      Trench       $    230,000
                                                                          Offline
      SY 5        Sybelia near Hill Rec Center           Year 1 of 1    Retention      $     75,000
                                                                         On-Line
                                                         Year 1 of 1
     MA 112      Dommerich Drive Baffle Box                             Treatment      $    125,000
                 O&M                                                                   $     75,000
Lake Jesup Basin TMDL Projects                           Year 1 of 1                   $    100,000
                 TOTAL                                                                 $    605,000

                                                                       Total           $   3,092,000




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PUBLIC SAFETY
                        CITY OF MAITLAND
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                             FY 09– 13


PART I. (For Department Use Only.)

   A. Project Name: City-Wide Radio System

   B. Project Number: CR001 - 212-65

   C. Project Description: Project Description: Our current City Wide 800 MHz
      analog radio system went on line in 1995. It was configured as part of the Orange
      County system for interoperability purposes, to facilitate mutual aid
      communications during emergencies involving multiple agencies. Because of this
      configuration any upgrades must be done by all participating agencies at the same
      time or interoperability is lost by the agency that chooses not to participate. Even
      though Apopka dispatches for us, our radio system maintenance is still our
      responsibility. This remains the case regardless of who dispatches for us.

      The CIP reflects $902,500 in 2011 to upgrade the radio system backbone
      ($600,000), and remaining analog radios to digital ($302,500). Recent estimates
      show our system lifecycle end to be in 2012, depending on the availability of
      parts and the digital migration timetable of our neighbors. The original system
      was based on 486 technology (state of the art back in 1994 at its inception) and
      hardware and/or software support for some components of our system became
      unavailable after 2006. As the system is reaching its projected useful end, Orange
      County has taken a proactive approach in starting the strategic planning process to
      migrate its’ radio system from analog to digital. In order to remain a part of the
      County system, Maitland will need to migrate its’ system as well. The analog
      radios being used by the City are no longer being sold by Motorola but will
      continue to be supported until approximately 2011. Most of our mobile (vehicle
      installed) radios are no longer serviced or supported by Motorola and some of the
      computer boards that are part of our backbone system are no longer available for
      replacement.

      We have been able to upgrade our console hardware and software to current
      digital technology and have acquired some digital replacement portable radios.
      The funding came from the Orange County Traffic Surcharge Consortium whose
      purpose is to upgrade the Orange County Radio System and its’ users to the extent
      that the traffic surcharge monies will allow. While this upgrade represented a
      savings of approximately $130,000 to the City, we are still faced with the costs of
      upgrading the rest of our backbone infrastructure and radios to digital, and the
      remainder of our non digital sensitive infrastructure once it becomes
      unsupportable.

      Based on Orange County’s decision to leave some of its’ Mutual Aid Talk Groups
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mode (analog/digital), Maitland and other smaller agencies in Orange County will
be able to maintain interoperability for the time being. The city of Orlando has
been aggressively moving towards going fully digital by the end of FY08 and
already has half of its frequencies in this mode. Apopka has been digital for some
time now and Lake County and Reedy Creek will be migrating to digital within
FY 08. Winter Park went digital in FY 06. As more surrounding agencies
transition to digital it will reduce the capabilities of interagency coordination and
interoperability because of the two different transmission types. We are planning
to convert the remaining portion of the system (back bone and non-public safety)
to digital in 2011, but will continue to look for funding opportunities to convert
portions earlier. The Nextel Nationwide Public Safety Rebanding process has
presented both challenges and opportunities to the City. While the process is
lengthy (currently up to three years) and requires extensive coordination, the
upside is that some of the cost to replace our obsolete mobile radios will be paid
for by Nextel as part of this process. There is also a chance that a portion of the
cost to replace some of our analog portable radios will also be covered. This
determination will be made during FY 09.

The City built the current system with just one tower site (the Public Works
Compound on Keller Road). Since 1994, our radio system has had certain
coverage problems due to the single site configuration. Over the years, these have
been compounded by further development throughout the city to the point that our
Police and Fire personnel have been faced with increasingly difficult in-building
coverage issues.

One of the main lessons learned from the 9/11 tragedy is that it is critical that
public safety be able to communicate during an emergency. The development of
the 17/92 corridor presents new challenges for our radio system, mainly to the
east of the buildings planned for the CRA as well as inside these proposed
buildings. In light of this we need to address a second site configuration during
our migration from our end of life cycle analog system to the replacement digital
system. We intend to perform two studies in late FY 08 and FY 09 to be funded
with radio contingency funds. These studies will address potential developer
impact fees to supplement our Public Safety radio system needs and an
independent radio engineering study to confirm the need for a second site. We
will continue aggressively pursuing grant and partnership opportunities to
mitigate the financial impact of adding a second site, but outside funding in the
current budgetary environment will be difficult at best.

In 2011 an additional $1,700,000 is being budgeted for the addition of a second
simulcast site. This figure does not include the cost of building a second tower
site and we will be aggressively seeking partnership agreements with developers
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                          FY 09– 13

   that are realized through the Rebanding process, grant funding, and future impact
   fees, will be used to offset these new costs.

   $200,000 has been slotted for FY 2013 for installing bi-directional antennas at our
   schools. We will reassess the positive in-building coverage effects that a second
   site will provide prior to committing resources to mitigate coverage issues at these
   locations. This also allows time to continue our on-going efforts to acquire grant
   funding for this coverage concern.



D. Estimated Useful Life: 7-9 Years

E. General Information

       1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                           Yes            No        X
       2. Time of the essence?
                           Yes        X No
       3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                            Yes       X No

F. Existing Level of Service (without project): Considered below acceptable LOS
   for Police with regards to interoperability issues with other county entities during
   emergencies involving multiple agencies and during disasters.
   Level of Service with Project: At proposed pace, should achieve acceptable LOS
   for City Radio System by end of FY 2012.

G. Priority Group Classification: Second Priority Group
H. Implementation Schedule: Upgrades to system will continue through FY 09-FY
   13.




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                  I. Estimated costs:

     Line Item                                          2009            2010            2011            2012           2013          TOTAL

01.122.519.6405        Machinery & Equipment        $     17,500    $     17,500                    $          -   $   200,000   $       235,000
01.122.519.6405        Radio Replacement                  30,000                          302,500                            -           332,500
01.122.519.6400        Infrastructure Replacement                                      $2,300,000              -             -         2,300,000
                                                                               -                               -                               -
      Subtotal                                      $     47,500    $     17,500   $    2,602,500   $          -   $   200,000   $     2,867,500
  Financing Plan

General Fund           Proceeds of Financing        $          - $              - $ (2,602,500) $             -    $         -   $    (2,602,500)
General Fund           Designation for Radio Cont   $    (47,500) $       (17,500) $ (600,000) $              -    $         -          (665,000)
General Fund           Debt Service - Principal                                         151,890         161,003        170,664           483,557
General Fund           Debt Service - Interest                                          120,120         111,007        101,346           332,473
                                                    $    (47,500) $       (17,500) $ (2,930,490) $      272,010    $   272,010   $    (2,451,470)

                                                    $          -    $          -   $     (327,990) $    272,010    $   472,010   $      416,030



                        Explain how costs were derived, including sources: Motorola provided the
                        cost estimates. Orange County Radio services have provided additional technical
                        and consulting assistance towards this project. The costs for the radios were
                        estimated from the Orange County Contract with Motorola for 2007-2008.

                  J.    Targeted Revenue source(s): 1. General Fund $2,867,500

                  Submitted By:




                  Date:




             PART II. (For Community Development Department Use Only).

                  K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
                     Comprehensive Development Plan): Capital Improvements Element,
                     Objective 1.




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             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                         FY 09– 13

L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
   3 of 5 (Public Safety) and 9 0f 10 (2nd Priority Group)
   Justification for ranking and priority group: Previously approved project in
   five-year program, coordination issues require higher prioritization.

M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project?
   Police Department

N. Other comments: Obvious candidate for future grant applications

O. Decision-making criteria:

       1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
          hazard?
                                Yes      X No
       2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
          capacity deficits?
                                Yes      X No
       3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
          complete this project?
                                42.4% of General Fund


       4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken
          by state agency, water management district, or the City?
                                Yes          X No
          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
          necessary. Orange County is migrating to digital over the next 5 years and
          they are encouraging all surrounding agencies to mimic their migration
          schedule so that inter-agency communication will not be interrupted.

       5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
          of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. Maintenance
          of radio communications for public safety and public works

       6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Current radio
          system will be upgraded

       7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project:
          System implementation could be delayed with coordination difficulties.




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                     CITY OF MAITLAND
              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                          FY 09– 13

                                 FISCAL YEAR 2009
Mobile Repeater for Fire Service                      $     17,500
Portable/Mobile Radio Replacement                     $     30,000
TOTAL                                                 $     47,500

                                   FISCAL YEAR 2010
Mobile Repeater for Fire Service                      $     17,500
TOTAL                                                 $     17,500

                                FISCAL YEAR 2011
Radio System Infrastructure Replacement               $   2,300,000
Portable/Mobile Radio Replacement                     $     302,500
TOTAL                                                 $   2,602,500

                                   FISCAL YEAR 2012


TOTAL                                                 $           -

                                   FISCAL YEAR 2013
Bi-Dir. Antennas for Schools                          $    200,000

TOTAL                                                 $    200,000




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                           CITY OF MAITLAND
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                               FY 09 – 13


PART I. (For Department Use Only.)

   A. Project Name: Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Renovation

   B. Project Number: FD004-221-100

   C. Project Description: This project includes several items that were originally identified
      in FY 05. This CIP became necessary when in FY 05 it was determined that the
      Emergency Operations Center (EOC) could no longer be part of the new City Hall as
      originally planned due to space constraints. These items are necessary for the continued
      use of the EOC at the existing site. Upon approval, these items will complete the
      upgrades necessary to operate the City’s EOC for an extended period of time as was
      experienced during the three hurricanes of FY 2004.

      The necessary items include enclosing the second story bridge (Public Works Office
      Building to Water/Rec Buiding), construction of kitchen facilities and a sleeping area. It
      also includes computers, radio communication equipment, televisions, and a
      projector/smart board. A weather station costing $9,726 was also in this CIP for FY
      2010, however, it was removed during the FY 08-12 CIP budget preparation process
      because of success with a grant during FY 07 that provided funding. Implementation of
      this EOC project will require upgrading the existing electric, phone system and data
      infrastructure to accommodate the technology needs.

      An important aspect of this project is the Department’s ongoing efforts to obtain
      competitive grant funding under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) and
      other disaster management grants. This is done to offset or eliminate items within this
      CIP. EOC protective roll-up shutters costing $39,018 were removed from FY 2010
      projections during the FY 08 CIP update as a result of a successful grant obtained in FY
      07.

   D. Estimated Useful Life:
      20 Years – Breezeway
      10 Years – Electric, Phone, and Data Infrastructure
      20 Years – Kitchen & Sleeping Rooms
       5 Years – Computers, Radio Communications, Projector & Smart Board

   E. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                                Yes            No       X
          2. Time of the essence?
                                Yes            No           X


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                             FY 09 – 13


        3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                                 Yes          X   No

F. Existing Level of Service (without project): EOC staff members will be prohibited
   from safely traversing between the Public Works Facility and the EOC when winds
   increase. Personnel will be without sufficient cooking and sleeping facilities for the
   duration of activation. Adequate computer and other technological support needed by
   emergency management individuals for response, recovery and mitigation efforts would
   not be available.

   Level of Service with Project: EOC personnel will be afforded the ability to traverse
   the second story bridge between the Public Works Facility and the EOC during storm
   periods. Personnel will have access to adequate kitchen, sleeping and restroom facilities
   including showers. Management staff in the EOC will have access to the latest
   emergency information available in a form that facilitates regular updates and ease of
   viewing.

G. Priority Group Classification:

H. Implementation Schedule: FY 2011 – enclose bridge ($110,000), FY 2012 – electric
   upgrades ($5,200), I.T. upgrades ($2,000), lighting retrofit ($2,808), telephone system
   upgrade ($1,000), kitchen facilities ($13,000), sleeping area ($6,900), video projector
   and connections ($5,000), one (1) “smart” board ($4,500), two (2) video monitors with
   wall mounts ($2,200 each), (2) fixed computer workstations ($2,000 ea).

I. Estimated Costs:

    Line Item             2009             2010        2011        2012         2013    TOTAL

01.221.522.6300       $      -         $      -    $ 110,000   $   30,908   $      -   $ 140,908
01.221.522.6405       $      -         $      -    $     -     $   17,900   $      -   $ 17,900

TOTAL                 $      -         $      -    $ 110,000   $   48,808   $      -   $ 158,808



   Explain how costs were derived, including sources: All estimates were confirmed
   during February 2008. Quotes were obtained through Dell Corporation under State
   contract pricing for the computer and projector equipment. Circuit City and Best Buy
   provided cost estimates for the video monitors and projection equipment. All
   construction and utility infrastructure costs were quoted by the City’s Public Works
   Department and computer related infrastructure improvements were obtained from the
   City’s IT personnel.



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                            CITY OF MAITLAND
                     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                FY 09 – 13


   J. Targeted Revenue source(s): 1. General Fund - $ 158,808


   Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (For Community Development Department Use Only).

   K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
      Comprehensive Development Plan

   L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group: Justification
      for ranking and priority group: 1 of 4 (Third Priority Group)

   N. Other comments:

   O. Decision-making criteria:

           1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public hazard?
                                         Yes            No
           2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing capacity
              deficits?
                                      Yes             No

           3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to complete
              this project?
                                         2.3% of General Fund
           4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken by
              state agency, water management district, or the City?

                                          Yes            No      X

              If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is necessary.




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                CITY OF MAITLAND
         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                    FY 09 – 13

5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase of this
   capital item? Please quantify as much as possible.
6. What service will be provided as a result of this item?

7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project: Potential
   to attain competitive grant funding for portions of project.




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RECREATION
                          CITY OF MAITLAND
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                              FY 09 – 13


PART I. (For Department Use Only.)

   A. Project Name: Parks and Recreation Master Plan

   B. Project Number: PR001 - 272-00

      Project Description: This project plans for the long-term development of the park system
      via implementation of the Parks Master Plan. The primary funding for park development is
      impact fees collected and tracked through the Park Trust Fund. Projects funded via a trust
      fund can only be accomplished as funding becomes available. Limited land acquisition
      funds for a west side facility are scheduled for 2009. The Winfield neighborhood park will
      be developed via Developer’s Agreement, and the Quinn Strong Park, as an important link
      in the Cultural Corridor, will be completed in 2009 and 2010. Conceptual design for
      King’s Row Park is scheduled in FY 2009 with construction planned for 2010.

   C. Estimated Useful Life: Twenty (20) Years

   D. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                                Yes      X      No


          2. Time of the essence?
                                Yes      X      No

          3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                                Yes       X     No

   F. Existing Level of Service (without project): The City meets LOS for neighborhood
      parks in this area of the City.
      Level of Service with Project: Upgrading the existing park provides neighborhood park
      services to residents who live within a ½ mile service radius of the improved parks.

   G. Priority Group Classification: Third Priority Group

   H. Implementation Schedule: FY 2009-FY 2020




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                              CITY OF MAITLAND
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                  FY 09 – 13


   I. Estimated Costs:
                       2009           2010             2011           2012           2013
    01 O & M       $      1,400   $      4,400    $       4,400   $      4,400   $         -
    65 Funding          990,000        450,000          460,220        175,000       330,000

    Total          $    991,400   $   454,400     $    464,620    $   179,400    $   330,000

Explain how costs were derived, including sources: Estimates are based on actual park
development costs for Orange County Park Projects. Cost information was obtained from the
Orange County Parks and Recreation Department, the City of Orlando Parks and Recreation
Department, Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt, Inc. and Glatting, Jackson, Kercher, Anglin, Lopez,
Rinehart, Inc.. Certain estimates are based on projected costs to develop a prototypical
neighborhood park. Verification comparisons are drawn from recent and current design and
development agreements with, Gomez Construction, DRMP, and Gai consultants. Winfield park
estimates are the product of developer efforts and construction projections. Park equipment
replacement cost estimates are based on costing estimates acquired from commercial playground,
construction and furnishing suppliers to include Landscape Structures, Gomez Construction,
Bosgraaf & Sons, All-Rite fencing, ARC and similar companies. Basketball and tennis court
rehabs are based on competitive price quotations including Jay’s Quality Courts. The cost
estimates will be refined as more detailed information is developed through park site master plan
development and preparation of construction documents. Annual operations and maintenance
costs estimates represent incremental costs associated with park additions/upgrades, and are
based on analysis performed by the Parks Maintenance function of Public Works.

   J. Targeted Revenue source(s): 1. General Fund -               $ 14,600
                                  2. Park Trust Fund -            $ 2,405,220
   Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (For Community Development Department Use Only).

   K.    Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
        Comprehensive Development Plan): Recreational and Open Space Element, Goal,
        Policies 3.3, 3.7 and 3.8




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                        CITY OF MAITLAND
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                            FY 09 – 13

L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group: 3 of 5
   (Recreation and Open Space) and 6 of 8 (Third Priority Group)
   Justification for ranking and priority group: The program impacts service standards,
   but the Parks and Recreation Master Plan was adopted in January 2002, with the priority
   to be increased by the next year.
M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project? Leisure
   Services Department.
N. Other comments: The program is established to implement the Parks and Recreation
   Master Plan and monitor results.

O. Decision-making criteria:

       1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public hazard?
                                    Yes             No        X
       2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing capacity
          deficits?
                                   Yes       X No
       3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to complete
          this project?
                                    .2% of General Fund
                                    100 % Park Trust Fund
       4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken by
          state agency, water management district, or the City?
                                    Yes         X   No
          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is necessary.
          The Parks and Recreation Master Plan was adopted in Fiscal Year 2002, from
          which the program shall derive the individual implementation tasks.
       5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase of this
          capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. The City will maintain its
          service level for park and recreational facilities to serve City of Maitland
          residents.
       6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Park areas and
          recreational facilities in the community will be improved in future years to serve
          residents of the City.
       7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project: Priorities
          for park development/improvement have been set forth in the Parks and
          Recreation Master Plan. Prioritization will be reviewed on an annual basis and
          funding is subject to change. Revenues will be identified to balance proposal
          expenditures.


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                                CITY OF MAITLAND
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                    FY 09 – 13


               Recreation Master Plan. Prioritization will be reviewed on an annual basis and
         funding is subject to change. Revenues will be identified to balance proposal expenditures.


                                     Parks and Recreation Improvements
                                         Five-Year CIP 2009 - 2013
                                            Description            Annual O & M              Capitol Funding
FY 2009
King's Row Concept Design                                                                $              50,000
Tennis Court Refinishing                                                                 $              30,000
Lk Lily Playground Expansion                                                             $              85,000
Quinn Strong Park                                                                        $             100,000
Lk Sybelia Point Wedding Terrace                                                         $              75,000
Land Purchase                      TBA                                                   $             500,000
Lk Destiny Rehab/Expansion                                                               $             150,000
Minnehaha Park                     O&M                            $              1,400
                                   Total FY 2009                  $              1,400   $             990,000
FY 2010                                     Description
King's Row Construction                                                                  $             400,000
Ft. Maitland Rehab/Expansion                                                             $              50,000
Minnehaha park                     O&M                            $             2,100
Fennell Neighborhood Park          O&M                            $             2,300
                                   Total FY 2010                  $             4,400    $             450,000
FY 2011                                     Description
Winfield Development                                                                     $             295,220
Basketball Refinishing                                                                   $              15,000
Ft. Maitland Rehab/Expansion                                                             $             150,000
Minnehaha Park                                                    $              2,100
Fennell Neighborhood Park                                         $              2,300
                                   Total FY 2011                  $              4,400   $             460,220
FY 2012                                     Description
Quinn Strong Park Upgrade                                                                $             100,000
Hill Recreation Single Restroom                                                          $              75,000
Minnehaha Park                                                    $              2,100
Fennell Neighborhood Park                                         $              2,300
                                   Total FY 12                    $              4,400   $             175,000
FY 2013                                     Description
Lk. Sybelia Playground Expansion                                                         $              75,000
Bellamy Park Playground Exp                                                              $              75,000
Lk Destiny Field Rehab/Exp                                                               $             100,000
Master Plan Prof. Services                                                               $              80,000
Minnehaha Park
Fennell Neighborhood Park
                                   Total FY 13                                           $             330,000

TOTAL                                                             $            14,600    $           2,405,220




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                       CITY OF MAITLAND
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13


PART I. (For Department Use Only.)

   A. Project Name: Maitland Entry Features and Streetscape

   B. Project Number: ST001 - 272-10

      Project Description: The City’s major gateways (Orlando Avenue north and
      south, Maitland Blvd, I-4, Lake Avenue, Maitland Avenue and Horatio Avenue)
      provide a first and lasting impression for both visitors and citizens. This program
      serves to upgrade the entry signage, public sign elements, and landscape treatment
      on these corridors. The finished products will reflect Maitland as a quality city
      where care is apparent.

   C. Estimated Useful Life: 20+ Years

   D. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?
                              Yes           No         X


          2. Time of the essence?
                              Yes           No         X

          3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?

                              Yes       X No

   F. Existing Level of Service (without project): The City has completed the entry
      for north Orlando Avenue, the Cultural Corridor at Maitland Avenue and on
      Horatio Avenue, Horatio Avenue East, and Maitland Avenue North, and does
      have a green sign at some points and a wooden entry sign on northbound U.S. 17-
      92 and on Lake Avenue.

      Level of Service with Project: City entries and main thoroughfares would be
      more attractive and greatly assist in the Orlando Avenue redevelopment.

   G. Priority Group Classification: Third Priority Group




                                         X-5
                               CITY OF MAITLAND
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                   FY 09 – 13

   H. Implementation Schedule: FY 11,12 Cultural Corridor Street Signage; FY 11
      Ventris / Quinn Strong Area Streetscape. FY 12 Ventris / Packwood Streetscape.

   I. Estimated Costs:
                                     2009           2010           2011           2012           2013           TOTAL

 Cultural Corridor Signage       $          -   $          -   $     30,000   $     30,000   $          -   $     60,000
 Cultural Corridor Streetscape   $          -   $          -   $     50,000   $    120,000   $          -   $    170,000
                TOTAL            $          -   $          -   $     80,000   $    150,000   $          -   $    230,000




        Explain how costs were derived, including sources: For entryways, units were
        estimated for asphalt abatement, irrigation requirements, and landscape materials.
        Sign costs are based on specific requirements and costs from last three years
        installation. Streetscape improvements are consistent with the adopted Cultural
        Corridor Master Plan.

   J. Targeted Revenue source(s): 1. General Fund - $ 230,000

   Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (For Community Development Department Use Only).

   K. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
      Comprehensive Development Plan): Future Land Use Element, Policy 6.6,
      Standard 6.6.2

   L. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
      1 0f 5 (Recreation and Open Space) and 2 of 8 (Third Priority Group)
      Justification for ranking and priority group: This would improve the image of
      the City, but is not tied to a level of service.

   M. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project?
      Community Development Department/ Public Works Department

   N. Other comments: Assessments will be reviewed for streetscape improvements.




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                   CITY OF MAITLAND
            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                       FY 09 – 13

O. Decision-making criteria:

      1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
         hazard?
                               Yes          No           X
      2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
         capacity deficits?
                               Yes          No           X
      3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
         complete this project?


      4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken
         by state agency, water management district, or the City?
                                Yes         X No
          If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
          necessary. Streetscape improvements for Orlando Avenue will need to be
          consistent with Town Center Master Plan. There is a potential regional
          interest in US 17-92 improvements, which may need design coordination.

      5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
         of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. The City’s
         image will be set forth at its main entrances as a City of distinctive quality

      6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? The residents of
         Maitland will not be confused with the bland corridors of surrounding
         jurisdictions (except Altamonte Springs on Maitland Ave).

      7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project:
         Plans will need to be approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission
         before installation. Funding does not include right-of-way acquisition for
         the construction of south Orlando Avenue entry feature, which will need
         to be acquired prior to construction.




                                      X-7
OTHER IMPROVEMENTS
                       CITY OF MAITLAND
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                           FY 09 – 13



PART I. (Public Works Department)

   A. Project Name: City-Wide Space Needs/ Master Planning
   B. Project Number: CF001 - 410-07
   C. Project Description: This project expands and reorganizes the present space that
      houses the various City departments and Cultural Organizations, as well as
      accounts for major repairs and improvements to existing facilities. In September
      2007, the Voters of Maitland approved the construction of a separate Police
      Station and Fire Station. The Police Station is in conceptual design, and
      expecting to break ground in the first quarter of FY 2009. The City anticipates
      the Fire Station and City Hall being part of a public-private Town Square project,
      and the CIP assumes infrastructure and parking construction costs will not
      negatively impact the General Fund.


   D. Estimated Useful Life: 20-35 Years

   E. General Information

          1. Federal/State Agency Mandated?

                              Yes           No        X
          2. Time of the essence?

                              Yes           No        X
          3. Subsequent phase of previously approved project?


                              Yes           No        X

   F. Existing Level of Service (without project): Not applicable
      Level of Service with Project: Not applicable

   G. Priority Group Classification: Second Priority Group

   H. Implementation Schedule:

      FY 2009 includes replacement of Art Center A/C units and carpet at the
      Historical Museum; roof replacement at Lake Sybelia Beach restroom, Keller


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                                   CITY OF MAITLAND
                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                                       FY 09 – 13


             Ballfield, Maitland Middle School restroom, Water Plant #4, and the Carson
             House at Ft. Maitland Park; as well as sealing the roof at the Maitland Public
             Library. The parking lot at Lake Sybelia Beach will also be paved and striped.

             FY 2010 includes exterior painting of Historical Museum buildings, roof
             replacements at the Art Center, and roof replacement at Water Plant #5.

             FY 2011 includes purchase of an ice machine, A/C replacement at Community
             Park and Senior Center, and roof replacement at Historical Museum. Two tanks at
             Water Plant #6 will also be painted.

             FY 2012 includes roof replacement at the Senior Center and water plant #6; and
             additional canopy improvements to the Fleet Maintenance facility. Additionally,
             two tanks at Water Plant #4 will be painted.

             FY 2013 includes roll-up door service and interior painting at the Fleet
             Maintenance Facility, painting at Station 47, and roof sealing at the Water House.


     I. Estimated Costs:
    Line Item                  Additional Space Needs                      2009          2010          2011           2012           2013           TOTAL

01.121.512.6200                       Buildings                        $         -   $         -   $          -   $          -   $          -   $         -
Fund 39                               Buildings                        $ 2,400,000   $ 6,000,000   $          -   $          -   $          -   $ 8,400,000
                                                                       $         -   $         -   $          -   $          -   $          -   $         -
     TOTAL                    Total Add'l. Space Needs                 $ 2,400,000   $ 6,000,000   $          -   $          -   $          -   $ 8,400,000

                   Maintenance of Existing Facilities General Fund
01.414.541.6200                       Buildings                        $    38,000   $    70,200   $   116,870    $    74,880    $    74,880    $    374,830
01.710.571.6200                 Capital Imprv - Library                $     9,500   $    30,000   $    40,000    $     3,000    $     5,500    $     88,000
01.730.573.6200                Capital Imprv - Art Cntr                $    28,000   $    75,600   $   146,000    $    21,500    $    21,500    $    292,600
01.731.573.6200                Cap Improv. - Historical                $     7,000   $    39,000   $     6,500    $         -    $         -    $     52,500
                          Pooled Maint Program- 410.9540               $    40,950   $         -   $         -    $         -    $         -    $     40,950
                         Total Maint. Existing Bldgs CF001             $   123,450   $   214,800   $   309,370    $    99,380    $   101,880    $    848,880

                  Maintenance of Existing Facilities Enterprise Fund
41.303.533.6200                       Buildings                        $    12,000   $         -   $         -    $         -    $         -    $     12,000
41.303.533.6200                      Structures                        $    52,900   $    15,000   $    23,000    $    14,000    $    14,000    $    118,900
                            Total Maint. Existing Bldgs                $    64,900   $    15,000   $    23,000    $    14,000    $    14,000    $    130,900




   J. Explain how costs were derived, including sources: Costs for the Fire Station
and City Hall are opinions of probable cost developed in 2004 based on the assumption
of the buildings being part of a public-private partnership. Ultimate costs will reflect not
only current market conditions, but also determinations as to whether the buildings are
built as stand-alone structures or part of a public-private development.

Roof replacement costs were obtained from vendors and contractors that specialize in
roof replacement/repairs. The A/C system costs were obtained through Marquis A/C &
Heating; Air Masters, and Complete Air Mechanical. Carpet replacement costs were
obtained from Southeast Marketing, and A&H Flooring; and painting costs from R C
Painting and Porter Paints. They will be reviewed and updated each year.


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                        CITY OF MAITLAND
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                            FY 09 – 13




  K. Targeted Revenue source(s): 1. General Fund $ 848,880
                                 2. Enterprise Fund $ 130,900
                                 3. Capital Projects (voted) $ 8,400,000
  Submitted By:




   Date:




PART II. (Community Development Department)

  L. Goal, objective(s), or policy to be accomplished by project (reference City
     Comprehensive Development Plan): Capital Improvements Element, Policy 3.5

  M. Ranking of Project both within category (i.e., 1 of 4 etc.) and priority group:
     1 of 4 (Other) and 5 of 10 (Second Priority Group)
     Justification for ranking and priority group: Projects are intended to preserve
     a prior investment, but do not affect adopted levels of service.

  N. What city agency or agent will be responsible for completion of project? The
     Public Works Department

  O. Other comments: This five-year capital improvements program incorporates
     administrative efficiency as well as space needs considerations to provide long-
     term benefits to the citizens.

  P. Decision-making criteria:

           1. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of a public
           hazard?
                                    Yes          No           X

           2. Does this project eliminate or assist in the elimination of existing
              capacity deficits?
                                    Yes      X No


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             CITY OF MAITLAND
      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
                 FY 09 – 13



3. What percent of the City’s five-year capital funding is necessary to
   complete this project?
                               12.6 % of General Fund
                           1.4 % of Enterprise Fund
                          100 % Capital Projects Fund
4. Should this project be coordinated with any projects being undertaken
   by state agency, water management district, or the City?
                          Yes          X No
   If coordination should take place, explanation and detail time is
   necessary. Improvements should be made to entire sites, rather than only
   to structures, to ensure efficient upgrades.

5. If not already stated, what benefits will be gained from the purchase
   of this capital item? Please quantify as much as possible. The City’s
   administrative and storage infrastructure needs will be achieved for the 20-
   year planning.

6. What service will be provided as a result of this item? Residents of
   Maitland will be efficiently and effectively served in achieving objectives
   of the City.

7. Identify any risk areas or uncertainties associated with the project:
   City Hall improvements and Police/ Fire improvements may change,
   depending on redevelopment activity in the Downtown Plan.




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