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                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FY 2009 - 2010 ANNUAL BUDGET


                            TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Town Administrator's Message                                         1
Council Districts Map                                                5
Town Organizational Chart                                            6
Operating Budget Calendar                                            7
Davie at a Glance Statistics                                         8


Budget Summary
       FY2009/2010 Budget Summary - All Funds                       10
       Estimated Revenues by Fund                                   11
       Estimated Revenues by Source                                 12
       Appropriations by Fund and Expenditure Type                  13
       Appropriations by Fund and Expenditure Category              14
       Budgets of Major Adopted Funds FY2007-FY2010                 15
       Budgeted Positions by Department - 3 Year Comparison         16


General Fund Revenues
       Estimated Revenues by Source                                 22
       Estimated Revenues by Department                             23
       Departmental Revenue Summaries                               24


General Fund Appropriations
       Appropriations by Department                                 38
       Appropriations by Department and Expenditure Type            39
       Multi-Year Comparison                                        40
       Departmental Appropriations and Budget Narratives
          Town Administrator Department                             42
               Engineering Division                                 54
               Planning & Zoning Division                           60
          Budget & Finance Department                               66
          Town Clerk's Office                                       72
          Law Enforcement Services                                  77
          Fire Protection Services (including Building Division)    89


                                                                          3.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FY 2009 - 2010 ANNUAL BUDGET


                           TABLE OF CONTENTS

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         Public Works Department                        102
         Special Projects Department                    118
         Parks & Recreation Department                  125
         Human Resources Department / Risk Management   141
         Housing & Community Development Department     150
         Town Attorney                                  158
         Debt Service                                   159
         Non Departmental                               160


Special Revenue Funds
      Community Redevelopment Agency                    161
      Community Development Block Grant                 176
      Parks & Open Space Impact Fees                    185
      Fire Impact Fees                                  188
      Police Impact Fees                                191
      Forfeiture                                        194
      Community Endowment Trust Fund                    197
         Not For Profit Donation Requests               200


Enterprise Funds
      Water & Wastewater                                201


Internal Service Funds
      Vehicle Maintenance Fund                          208
      Self Insurance Fund                               211
      Technology & Information Management Fund          217




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Council Districts
                                                                                                    STIRLING RD                                                                                                                                                                          District 1 Bryan Caletka
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         District 2 Michael Crowley
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         District 3 Susan Starkey
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         District 4 Marlon Luis


                  SHERIDAN ST                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Judy Paul            Mayor - Judy Paul
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                                  Marlon Luis
                                   District 4
                                                                                 Susan Starkey
                                                                                   District 3
                                                                                                                                                      Michael Crowley
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bryan Caletka
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Prepared by the Town of Davie
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 GIS Division,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Prepared by I. DeGroot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 June 18, 2009




5.
       TOWN OF DAVIE
       ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
                                                                TOWN
                                                            ADMINISTRATOR




                                                          ASSISTANT TOWN
                                                          ADMINISTRATORS




         TOWN         BUDGET AND   INFORMATION     PARKS &               HUMAN
                                                                                      UTILITIES   FIRE RESCUE      POLICE        PUBLIC WORKS
     ADMINISTRATOR      FINANCE      SYSTEMS     RECREATION            RESOURCES
                                                                                    DEPARTMENT    DEPARTMENT     DEPARTMENT       DEPARTMENT
      DEPARTMENT      DEPARTMENT   DEPARTMENT    DEPARTMENT            DEPARTMENT




       COMMUNITY
                                                                          RISK                                  ADMINISTRATION     CAPITAL
     REDEVELOPMENT     PAYROLL                     SPORTS                             WATER       OPERATIONS
                                                                       MANAGEMENT                                                 PROJECTS
        AGENCY




        SPECIAL       CUSTOMER                                                                                   OPERATIONS
                                                  RECREATION                          SEWER         RESCUE
       PROJECTS        SERVICE




                                                  AQUATICS &
                                                                                                                INVESTIGATIONS
       TOWN CLERK     PURCHASING                   FITNESS                                        PREVENTION




      HOUSING AND                                                                                  BUILDING
                      ACCOUNTING                 PARK RANGERS                                                       CODE
       COMMUNITY                                                                                   DIVISION
                       SERVICES                                                                                 ENFORCEMENT
      DEVELOPMENT




      ENGINEERING




       PLANNING &
         ZONING




     COMMUNICATIONS
         PUBLIC
       RELATIONS

       PROGRAMS




6.
                                Town of Davie, Florida
                              Operating Budget Calendar
December    Budget & Finance Department prepares Budget Calendar and Budget Preparation
            Instructions.

January     Budget Instructions, Budget Calendar, and operating worksheets are finalized. HTE
            budgeting module is enabled. Budget & Finance Department prepares draft payroll
            projection for FY 2010.

February    Budget Kick-Off Meeting is held. Instructions, worksheets, and draft payroll projection are
            distributed to departments. Budget & Finance Department prepares revenue projections
            and allocations of Town-wide expenses. Town staff participate in SWOC analysis for
            Strategic Planning process. Town Council's Strategic Planning, Vision and Goal Setting
            Workshop is scheduled.

March       Departments develop requested budget and enter request into HTE budget module.
            Departments submit Technology and Employee Change/Position Revision requests.
            Budget & Finance Department reviews budget requests, and revises payroll and revenue
            projections. Vision and Goal Setting Session is held.

April       Budget & Finance Department provides Town Administration with department budget
            requests. Town Administrator meets with Department Directors and Budget & Finance to
            discuss budget requests and proposed operating budget. Departments submit options for
            reducing budget and organizational charts.

May         Budget and payroll projections are revised. Budget & Finance Department prepares draft
            budget for Town Administrator's review. Strategic Planning Training is provided to
            departments. Budget narratives are submitted by Departments.

June        Property Appraiser provides estimated property values and tax rolls to Town. Ad Valorem
            revenue is estimated. Rates/revenues are calculated for special assessments. Draft
            budget is provided to the Town Council. First Town Council Budget Workshop is held.
            Revisions are made to proposed budget and payroll projection.

July        Property Appraiser provides Certification of Taxable Values to Town. State of Florida
            provides intergovernmental revenue estimates. Second Town Council Budget Workshop is
            held. Town Council approves proposed millage and special assesment rates for TRIM
            notice. Two budget hearings and a special assessments hearing are scheduled for
            September. Town offers Early Retirement Incentive Program. Revisions are made to
            proposed budget and payroll projection.

August      TRIM notification of ad valorem millage rate and special assessments is prepared and
            delivered to Property Appraiser. Third Town Council Budget Workshop is held. Final
            revisions are made to the proposed budget. Town Administrator submits the
            recommended Budget to the Town Council.

September   Budget is legally adopted by Ordinance following two public hearings. Budget & Finance
            Department delivers ordinances adopting annual budget and millage rate to Property
            Appraiser and Revenue Collector.

October     Adopted budget goes into effect. Budget & Finance Department certifies TRIM compliance
            to Florida Department of Revenue.



                                                                                                          7.
Davie at a glance
•   Established 1925
•   Incorporated 1961
•   Land Area in Miles: 35.59
•   Five-member Town Council, nonpartisan, an at-large Mayor and four Councilmembers elected by districts
•   Town Administrator appointed by the Town Council


Demographics
Population
  1980                                                 20,515
  1990                                                 47,143
  2000                                                 75,720
  2009 (Est.)                                          91,050
Median Age                                               37.3
Number of Households (Amer. Com Survey)                34,893
Median Household Income (Amer. Com Survey)            $57,400

Racial Composition
  White                                                  54%
  Hispanic                                               31%
  African American                                        6%
  Asian American                                          4%
  Other                                                   5%
                                                                 Number of Accredited Higher Educational Institutions 7
                                                                   Nova Southeastern University
Education                                                          Florida Atlantic University
Number of Public Schools                                   11      University of Florida
  Elementary                                                7      Broward College (BC)
  Middle School                                             2      McFatter Vocational
  High School                                               2      Broward County Fire Academy
                                                                   Police Academy (located at BC)
Number of Private Schools (K-12)                           16




                                                                                                                   8.
Economics                                                            Street lamps                                         3,684
                                                                     Sports Lights                                        1,000
Property Tax Millage Rate                                            Irrigation Systems                                      31
  Operating Millage Rate                                 4.8124
  Voter Approved Debt                                    0.7825    Utility District
  Total                                                  5.5949
                                                                     Size in square miles: (approximately)                  12
                                                                     Miles of Water Lines                                  127
Bond Ratings
                                                                     Fire Hydrants (estimate)                            1,100
  Moody’s Investors Services                             A2/A1
                                                                     Miles Gravity Sewer Mains/Miles Force Main Piping 53/18
  Standard and Poors                                        A+
                                                                     Manholes/Lift Stations                           1,149/54
  Fitch Rating Services                                    A/A
                                                                     Water Treatment Capacity in MGD*                     5.53
                                                                     Wastewater Treatment Capacity in MGD                  5.0
Police                                                               Average Water Flow in MGD                              4.1
  Sworn Police Officers                                     165      Average Wastewater Flow in MGD                        3.5
                                                                     Number of Accounts                                  9,609
Fire Rescue                                                          Population                                         33,229
  Certified Firefighters                                    137    *MGD=Million Gallons per Day

Parks, Open Space, & Rec Facilities                                Total Town Staff
  Number of Town-owned Park Sites                            43      Full time                                             605
  Acreage Total                                             762      Part time                                              53
  Number of County-owned Parks in Davie                       5      Mayor & Town Council                                    5
  Acreage Total                                             919      Total Budgeted Positions                              663
  Park Attendance                                       325,000
  Sports Programs (participants)                          7,000
  Summer Camp                                               400
  Aquatics Program Participants                           1,700
  Multipurpose Open Gym Usage                             5,000
  Athletic Field Rentals                                    550
  Meeting Room Rentals                                      550
  Shelter Rentals                                           360
  Volunteer Hours                                        70,000

Public Works
  Roadways Maintained in Miles                               304
  Paved Recreational Trails Maintained in Miles              135
  Equestrian Trails                                           86
  Parks & Open Space Maintained                               43
  Structures Maintained                   (243,392 sql. ft.) 222
  Drainage Structures maintained                           2,691                                                          9.
                         FY 2009/2010 BUDGET SUMMARY
                                   ALL FUNDS


                                  FY 2009       FY 2010                   % Change
                                  Original     Proposed                     from
                                  Budget        Budget       % of Total    FY 2009
REVENUES / SOURCES
Advalorem Taxes                   42,052,983    42,634,601      31.7%        1.4%
Local Option, Use & Fuel Taxes       990,000       111,472       0.1%      -88.7%
Other General Taxes                        -     5,357,308       4.0%         N/A
Charges for Service               20,816,690    21,273,767      15.8%        2.2%
Fines & Forfeitures                  557,442       623,857       0.5%       11.9%
Franchise Fees                    15,850,839    16,516,244      12.3%        4.2%
Intergovernmental                 20,297,403    11,735,018       8.7%      -42.2%
Licenses & Permits                 3,578,000     3,420,000       2.5%       -4.4%
Miscellaneous                     10,219,552     9,066,191       6.7%      -11.3%
Other Sources                     15,854,158    23,961,178      17.8%      51.1%
TOTAL REVENUES                   130,217,067   134,699,636     100.0%        3.4%



EXPENDITURES / USES
General Government                27,933,471    26,489,865      19.7%       -5.2%
Public Safety                     55,129,988    59,177,874      43.9%       7.3%
Physical Environment              14,317,175    15,016,500      11.1%       4.9%
Economic Environment               5,891,958     3,875,987       2.9%      -34.2%
Transportation                     7,984,596     7,988,550       5.9%       0.0%
Culture & Recreation               5,088,546     4,450,681       3.3%      -12.5%
Human Service                      7,365,000    10,328,971       7.7%      40.2%
Internal Service                   6,506,333     7,371,208       5.5%      13.3%
TOTAL EXPENDITURES               130,217,067   134,699,636     100.0%        3.4%




                                                                                     10.
                                      FY 2009/2010
                     ESTIMATED REVENUES BY FUND


                                            FY 2009          FY 2010           % of      %
                                            Original        Estimated          Total +/- From
Operational Funds                           Budget          Revenue           Budget Prior Yr
General Fund                           $     91,694,384 $      91,031,638       68%        -1%
Community Redevelop. Agency                   3,884,043         3,432,424        3%       -12%
Community Dev. Block Grant                    5,468,384         3,480,238        3%       -36%
Park Impact Fees                                 40,000            25,000        0%       -38%
Fire Impact Fees                                 50,000           539,332        0%       979%
Police Impact Fees                              125,000            80,000        0%       -36%
Forfeiture                                      665,250         2,963,334        2%       345%
Water and Wastewater                         14,087,000        15,016,500       11%        7%
Vehicle Maintenance                           4,738,390         4,410,367        3%        -7%
Self Insurance                                7,365,000        10,328,971        8%        40%
Technology Info. Management                   1,767,943         2,960,841        2%        67%
Community Endowment                             311,673           430,991        0%        38%

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES               $ 130,197,067      $ 134,699,636        100%        3%




                      FY 2010 Estimated Revenues By Fund


                                                            Community
                     General Fund                        Redevelop. Agency
                        68%                                     3%
                                                                             Community Dev.
                                                                               Block Grant
                                                                                   3%

                                                                          Park Impact Fees
                                                                                 0%

                                                                                 Fire Impact Fees
                                                                                        0%
                 Community
                 Endowment
                    0%                                                          Police Impact Fees
                                                                                        0%
       Technology Info.
        Management                                                           Forfeiture
            2%               Self                            Water &            2%
                          Insurance          Vehicle        Wastewater
                             8%            Maintenance        11%
                                               3%




                                                                                                     11.
                              FY 2009/2010
ESTIMATED REVENUES BY SOURCE - ALL FUNDS


                                                FY 2009            FY 2010
                                                Original          Estimated
 Revenue Source                                 Budget            Revenues
 Advalorem Taxes                              $ 42,052,983      $ 42,634,601
 Local Option, Use & Fuel Taxes                    990,000           111,472
 Other General Taxes                                     -         5,357,308
 Charges for Service                            20,816,690        21,273,767
 Fines & Forfeitures                               557,442           623,857
 Franchise Fees                                 15,850,839        16,516,244
 Intergovernmental                              20,297,403        11,735,018
 Licenses & Permits                              3,578,000         3,420,000
 Miscellaneous                                  10,219,552         9,066,191
 Other Sources                                  15,834,158        23,961,178
 TOTAL                                        $ 130,197,067     $ 134,699,636




      FY 2010 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES BY SOURCE


              Other Sources
                 17.79%
                                                            Advalorem Taxes
                                                                31.65%
      Miscellaneous
         6.73%

  Licenses & Permits
        2.54%
                                                                Local Option, Use
     Intergovernmental                                            & Fuel Taxes
           8.71%                                                      0.08%
                                                            Other General
                                                               Taxes
             Franchise Fees                                    3.98%
                12.26%           Fines        Charges for
                              & Forfeitures    Service
                                 0.41%         15.76%




                                                                                    12.
                                       FY 2009/2010
                      APPROPRIATIONS BY EXPENDITURE TYPE - ALL FUNDS


                                        Personal       Operating            Capital
Allocation of Expenditures              Services      Expenditures          Outlay       Debt Service Other Uses                Total
General Fund
Town Administrator                  $    1,076,822    $      904,773    $      8,999     $            -   $            -   $    1,990,594
Budget & Finance                         1,201,531           118,217          11,825                  -                -        1,331,573
Town Clerk                                 521,708           282,961             962                  -                -          805,631
Engineering Division                       862,289           179,241          16,965                  -                -        1,058,495
Planning & Zoning Division                 776,653           380,418           9,390                  -                -        1,166,461
Law Enforcement Services                28,067,432         5,102,434         400,378                 -                 -       33,570,244
Fire Protection Services                19,393,730         2,354,575         288,159                 -                 -       22,036,464
   Building Division                     2,277,147           414,552          35,847                 -                 -        2,727,546
Public Works                             4,135,214         3,100,320           2,250                 -          290,500         7,528,284
Special Projects                           540,460           287,405           4,050                 -                -           831,915
Parks & Recreation                       2,294,122         1,296,218          28,426                 -                -         3,618,766
Human Resources                            570,663           204,891          11,205                 -                -           786,759
Housing & Community Dev.                   320,951            74,148               -                 -                -           395,099
Town Attorney                                     -          482,590               -                 -                -           482,590
Risk Management                             89,137         1,363,000          50,000                 -                 -        1,502,137
Debt Service                                      -                 -              -         7,587,997                 -        7,587,997
Non-Departmental                                  -          154,150               -                  -       3,456,933         3,611,083
SUBTOTAL GENERAL FUND               $ 62,127,859      $ 16,699,893      $    868,456     $ 7,587,997      $ 3,747,433      $ 91,031,638


Other Funds
Community Redevelopment Agency      $      421,239    $    3,011,185    $            -   $            -   $          -     $    3,432,424
Community Dev. Block Grant                 175,686         2,157,503        1,147,049                 -              -          3,480,238
Parks/OS Impact Fees                              -                 -                -                -         25,000             25,000
Fire Impact Fees                                  -                 -         514,332                 -         25,000            539,332
Police Impact Fees                                -                 -          80,000                 -              -             80,000
Forfeiture                                        -        2,963,334                 -                -              -          2,963,334
Water & Wastewater                       3,938,774         5,341,581        3,106,345        1,756,690         873,110         15,016,500
Vehicle Maintenance                         53,017         3,045,200        1,312,150                 -              -          4,410,367
Self Insurance                             145,039        10,077,351                 -                -        106,581         10,328,971
Technology Information Management          899,578           456,437        1,604,826                 -              -          2,960,841
Community Endowment                               -          334,216                 -                -         96,775            430,991
SUBTOTAL OTHER FUNDS                $    5,633,333    $ 27,386,807      $ 7,764,702      $ 1,756,690      $ 1,126,466      $ 43,667,998



TOTAL ALL FUNDS                     $ 67,761,192      $ 44,086,700      $ 8,633,158      $ 9,344,687      $ 4,873,899      $ 134,699,636




                                                      Other Uses
                                          Debt Service   4%
                                              7%
                                Capital Outlay
                                     6%


                                                                                      Personal Services
                                                                                            50%

                                Operating
                               Expenditures
                                  33%




                                                                                                                                            13.
                                              FY 2009/2010
                          APPROPRIATIONS BY EXPENDITURE CATEGORY - ALL FUNDS



                                                                                                   Water &
                             General           CRA               CDBG         Other Special       Wastewater       Internal Service
Catgories                     Fund             Fund              Fund        Revenue Funds          Fund                Funds             TOTAL

General Government       $   22,576,450    $   3,432,424     $           -         480,991    $                -   $             -    $    26,489,865

Public Safety                55,620,208                  -               -        3,557,666                    -                 -         59,177,874

Physical Environment                   -                 -               -                -         15,016,500                   -         15,016,500

Economic Environment            395,749                  -       3,480,238                -                    -                 -          3,875,987

Transportation                7,988,550                  -               -                -                    -                 -          7,988,550

Culture & Recreation          4,450,681                  -               -                -                    -                 -          4,450,681

Human Service                          -                 -               -                -                    -       10,328,971          10,328,971

Internal Service                       -                 -               -                -                    -        7,371,208           7,371,208

                 TOTALS $    91,031,638    $   3,432,424     $   3,480,238   $    4,038,657   $     15,016,500     $   17,700,179     $   134,699,636




                                  FY 2010 Appropriations by Category & Percent of Total Budget



                                                      Internal Service
                                                            5%                    General Government
                                                                                         20%
                                  Human Service
                                      8%


                       Culture & Recreation
                                3%

                         Transportation
                              6%


                   Economic Environment
                           3%



                       Physical Environment
                               11%
                                                                                              Public Safety
                                                                                                  44%




                                                                                                                                                        14.
                                                     FY 2009/2010

                          BUDGETS OF MAJOR FUNDS FY 2007 - FY 2010

                                        FY 2007           FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010        +/-        +/-
                                        Original          Original         Original         Proposed       From        From
Fund / Department                       Budget            Budget           Budget            Budget      Prior Year   FY 2007

General Fund
Town Administrator                  $    2,739,575    $    2,467,619   $    2,267,864   $    1,990,594     -12%        -27%
Budget & Finance                         2,181,198         1,446,401        1,332,323        1,331,573      0%         -39%
Town Clerk                                 910,918           735,867          795,839          805,631      1%         -12%
Development Services Admin.                562,716           345,136                -                -      N/A       -100%
Engineering Division                     1,363,660         1,325,163        1,149,545        1,058,495      -8%        -22%
Planning & Zoning Division               1,702,911         2,464,104        1,511,455        1,166,461     -23%        -32%
Code Enforcement Division                  844,495           822,645                -                -      N/A       -100%
Law Enforcement Services                30,711,950        31,832,519       32,462,667       33,570,244      3%          9%
Fire Protection Services                21,704,708        23,329,167       21,863,571       22,036,464      1%          2%
   Building Division                     4,382,394         4,045,699        3,628,393        2,727,546     -25%        -38%
Public Works                             7,017,702         6,838,455        7,503,771        7,528,284      0%          7%
Special Projects                           794,533           785,317          812,004          831,915      2%          5%
Parks & Recreation                       4,968,755         4,503,111        4,276,542        3,618,766     -15%        -27%
Human Resources                          3,082,032         1,112,386          919,255          786,759     -14%        -74%
Housing & Community Dev.                   507,977           445,825          422,924          395,099      -7%        -22%
Town Attorney                              680,002           555,000          599,741          482,590     -20%        -29%
Risk Management                                  -                 -                -        1,502,137      N/A         N/A
Debt Service                             8,383,643         8,423,228        8,528,065        7,587,997     -11%         -9%
Non-Departmental                         6,386,589         4,760,009        3,620,425        3,611,083       0%        -43%
Total General Fund                  $   98,925,758    $   96,237,651   $   91,694,384   $ 91,031,638        -1%        -8%

Other Funds
Community Redevelopment Agency      $    3,823,102    $    3,819,243   $    3,884,043   $    3,432,424     -12%        -10%
Community Dev. Block Grant               1,716,232         4,701,831        5,468,384        3,480,238     -36%        103%
Parks/OS Impact Fees                             -                 -           40,000           25,000     -38%         N/A
Fire Impact Fees                                 -                 -           50,000          539,332     979%         N/A
Police Impact Fees                               -                 -          125,000           80,000     -36%         N/A
Forfeiture                                       -                 -          665,250        2,963,334     345%         N/A
Water & Wastewater                       8,581,835         9,924,224       14,087,000       15,016,500      7%          75%
Vehicle Maintenance                      3,657,461         4,096,997        4,738,390        4,410,367      -7%         21%
Self Insurance                           8,070,263         8,146,615        7,365,000       10,328,971     40%          28%
Technology Information Management        1,901,577         2,290,617        1,767,943        2,960,841     67%          56%
Community Endowment                        303,108           237,657          331,673          430,991     30%          42%
SUBTOTAL OTHER FUNDS                $   28,053,578    $   33,217,184   $   38,522,683   $ 43,667,998       13%         56%



TOTAL BUDGETED FUNDS                $ 126,979,336     $ 129,454,835    $ 130,217,067    $ 134,699,636       3%          6%




                                                                                                                        15.
                MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON OF BUDGETED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT


                                                                                                          Revised #     # of
                                                                   # Funded    # of Funded   # of Funded  Approved    Funded      # Funded
                                                                   Positions     Positions     Positions Positions FY Positions   Positions
Department         Title of Position                                FY2005       FY2006        FY2007       2008*     FY2009      FY 2010

Town               Mayor                                              1             1            1            1           1          1
Administrator      Council Members                                    4             4            4            4           4          4

                   Administrative Aide                                 2           2             2            3           2           2
                   Assistant Town Administrator                        1           1             1            1           1           1
                   College Intern                                      0           0             0            0           0           0
                   Executive Asst. to TA                               1           1             1            0           1           0
                   Town Administrator                                  1           1             1            1           1           1
                   Clerk Typist I                                      1           1             1            0           0           0
                   Economic Dev Manager                                1           1             0            0           1           1
                   GIS Manager                                         0           1             1            1           1           1
                   GIS Project Leader                                  1           1             0            0           0           0
                   GIS Technician                                      1           0             0            0           0           0
                   Grants Specialist                                   1           1             1            1           1           0
                   Grants Coordinator                                  0           0             0            0           0           1
                   Graphics Coordinator                                0           0             0            0           0           0
                   Programs Admin                                      1           0             0            0           0           0
                   Program Manager                                     0           2             2            2           2           1
                   Program Specialist                                  0           0             0            0           0           0
                   Public Information Officer                          0           1             1            1           1           1
                   Public Relations Coor.                              1           1             1            1           1           1
                   Safe Neighborhoods Coord.                           0           0             0            0           0           0
                   Secretary (Conf.)                                   1           0             1            1           1           1
                                                  Dept. Subtotal      18           19            18           17         18          16

Budget & Finance   Account Services Supervisor                        1            0             0            0           0          0
                   Accountant I                                       0            1             1            1           1          1
                   Accountant II                                      0            1             2            1           1          1
                   Accounting Manager                                 0            1             1            1           1          1
                   Administrative Aide                                1            1             1            1           1          1
                   Budget/Finance Director                            1            1             1            1           1          1
                   Budget Manager                                     0            0             0            0           1          1
                   Buyer                                              0            1             2            2           2          2
                   Cashier/Receptionist                                2           2             2            2            2          2
                   Clerk Customer Relation I                           1           1             1            1            1          1
                   College Intern                                      3           4             4            4            4          0
                   Cust. Rel. Spvsr                                    1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Deputy Budget/Finance Dir.                          1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Finance & Budget Analyst                            0           0             1            1            0          0
                   Finance Clerk I                                     3           2             2            2            2          2
                   Finance Clerk II                                    1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Fixed Asset Specialist                              1           0             0            0            0          0
                   Graduate Intern                                     1           0             0            0            0          0
                   High School Intern                                  0           0             0            0            0          0
                   Payroll Assistant                                   1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Payroll Technician                                  1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Permit Clerk                                        0           0             0            0            0          1
                   Procurement Manager                                 1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Revenue Specialist                                  1           0             0            0            0          0
                                                  Dept. Subtotal      21           21            24           23          23         20

TIMS               Administrative Secretary                            0            1            1            1           1           1
                   Clerk Typist II                                     1            0            0            0           0           0
                   College Intern                                      1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Information Specialist I                            5            4            4            4           4           4
                   Information Specialist II                           0            1            1            1           1           1
                   IS Director                                         1            1            1            1           1           1
                   IS Supervisor                                       1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Network Support Technician                          0            0            0            0           0           1
                                                  Dept. Subtotal       9            9            9            9           9          10
Town Clerk         Administrative Secretary                            0            1            1            1           1           1
                   Assistant Town Clerk                                1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Clerk Typist II                                     1            0            0            0           0           0
                   College Intern                                      1            0            0            0           0           0



                                                                                                                                              16.
              MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON OF BUDGETED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT


                                                                                                            Revised #     # of
                                                                     # Funded    # of Funded   # of Funded  Approved    Funded      # Funded
                                                                     Positions     Positions     Positions Positions FY Positions   Positions
Department          Title of Position                                 FY2005       FY2006        FY2007       2008*     FY2009      FY 2010

                    Graduate Intern                                     0             1            1            0           0           0
                    High School Intern                                  0             0            0            0           0           0
                    Office Assistant                                    1             2            2            2           2           3
                    Secretary                                           2             1            1            1           1           0
                    Town Clerk                                          1             1            1            1           1           1
                                                    Dept. Subtotal      7             7            7            6           6           6

Human               Administrative Aide                                  1           1             1            1           1           1
Resources           Asst. Human Resources Dir.                           1           1             1            1           0           0
                    College Intern                                       0           0             0            0           0           0
                    High School Intern                                   2           2             2            0           0           0
                    Human Resource Analyst                               1           1             1            1           1           1
                    HR Labor Relation                                    0           0             1            0           0           0
                    HR Assistant                                         2           2             3            3           1           1
                    HR Coordinator                                       0           0             0            1           2           2
                    HR Director                                          1           1             1            1           1           1
                    HR Technician                                        1           1             1            1           1           1
                    Risk Management Technician                           0           0             0            0           0           0
                    Risk Manager                                         1           1             0            0           0           1
                                                    Dept. Subtotal      10           10            11           9           7           8

Development Srvcs
Code                Administrative Secretary                            0             1             1           1           0          0
                    Chief Code Compliance Inspector                     1             1             1           1           0          0
                    Clerk Typist II                                     0             1             1           1           0          0
                    Code Compliance Inspector                           5             4             4           3           0          0
                    Code Compliance Inspector II                        0             1             1           1           0          0
                    Code Compliance Officer                             1             1             1           1           0          0
                    Secretary                                           0             1             1           1           0          0
                                       Subtotal                         7            10            10           9           0          0

Engineering         Administrative Secretary                             1           1             1            1           0          0
                    Asst. Town Engineer                                  1           1             1            1           1          1
                    Building Inspector                                   1           0             0            0           0          0
                    Chief Engineering Inspector                          1           1             1            1           1          1
                    Clerk Typist I                                       1           0             0            0           0          0
                    Deputy Building Official                             1           0             0            0           0          0
                    Electrical Inspector                                 1           0             0            0           0          0
                    Engineering Inspector                                3           3             3            3           3          3
                    Engineer II                                          1           1             1            1           0          0
                    Office Supervisor                                    0           0             0            0           1          1
                    Permit Clerk                                         0           1             1            1           1          1
                    Town Eng./Asst. Dev Svc Dir.                         1           1             1            1           1          0
                                         Subtotal                       12           9             9            9           8          7

P&Z                 Administrative Secretary                             1            1             1            1          1          0
                    Chief Landscape Inspector                            1            1             1            1          1          0
                    College Intern                                       1            0             0            1          0          0
                    Deputy Planning & Zoning Manager                     1            1             1            1          1          1
                    Landscape Inspector                                  1            1             1            1          1          1
                    Office Supervisor                                    0            1             1            1          1          1
                    Permit Clerk                                         0            1             1            1          1          0
                    Planner I                                            2            2             2            1          1          1
                    Planner II                                           3            3             3            3          2          2
                    Planner III                                          0            1             1            1          1          1
                    Planning Supervisor                                  2            0             0            0          0          0
                    Planning & Zoning Manager                            1            1             1            1          1          1
                    Urban Forester                                       1            1             1            1          0          0
                    Zoning Clerk                                         0            1             1            1          1          0
                    Zoning Inspector                                     0            1             1            1          1          0
                    Zoning Tech I                                        1            1             1            1          0          0
                                       Subtotal                         15           17            17           17         13          8




                                                                                                                                                17.
                 MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON OF BUDGETED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT


                                                                                                            Revised #     # of
                                                                     # Funded    # of Funded   # of Funded  Approved    Funded      # Funded
                                                                     Positions     Positions     Positions Positions FY Positions   Positions
Department          Title of Position                                 FY2005       FY2006        FY2007       2008*     FY2009      FY 2010

Administration      Asst to Dev Svcs Director                           1            1             1            1           0           0
                    Director Dev Svc/Engineer                           1            1             1            1           0           0
                    Economic Development                                0            0             1            0           0           0
                                      Subtotal                          2            2             3            2           0           0

Building            Administrative Secretary                             3            1             1            1          0          0
                    Building Inspector                                   9           11            11            9          0          0
                    Building Official                                    1            1             1            1          0          0
                    Bldg Plans Examiner                                  9            9             9            8          0          0
                    Chief Bldg. Inspector                                1            1             1            1          0          0
                    Chief Electrical Inspector                           1            1             1            1          0          0
                    Chief Mechanical Inspector                           1            1             1            1          0          0
                    Chief Plumbing Inspector                             1            1             1            1          0          0
                    Clerk Typist I                                       3            2             2            1          0          0
                    Clerk Typist II                                      1            0             0            0          0          0
                    College Intern                                       0            1             1            0          0          0
                    Deputy Building Official                             0            1             1            1          0          0
                    Electrical Inspector                                 2            2             2            2          0          0
                    Mechanical Inspector                                 1            2             2            1          0          0
                    Office Supervisor                                    2            1             1            1          0          0
                    Permit Clerk                                        11            8             8            7          0          0
                    Permit Examiner                                      1            1             1            1          0          0
                    Plumbing Inspector                                   1            2             2            1          0          0
                    Program Manager                                      0            0             0            0          0          0
                                         Subtotal                       48           46            46           38          0          0

                                                    Dept. Subtotal      84           84            85           75         21          15

Law Enforcement     Administrative Aide                                 1            1             1            1           1          1
                    Administrative Secretary                            4            4             4            4           5          5
                    Chief Code Compliance Inspector                     0            0             0            0           1          1
                    Assistant Police Chief                              0            0             0            0           0          0
                    Chief of Police                                     1            1             1            1           1          1
                    College Intern                                      2            3             3            3           3          0
                    Clerk Typist II PT                                  0            0             0            0           1          1
                    Code Compliance Inspector                           0            0             0            0           3          3
                    Code Compliance Inspector II                        0            0             0            0           1          1
                    Code Compliance Official                            0            0             0            0           1          1
                    Community Affairs Rep PT                            1            1             1            1           1          1
                    Crime Scene Technician                              3            3             3            2           2          2
                    Finance Clerk I                                     3            3             3            2           2          2
                    Finance Clerk II                                    1            1             1            1           1          1
                    High School Intern                                  2            0             0            0           0          0
                    Human Resources Coordinator                         0            0             1            1           1          1
                    Office Supervisor                                   4            4             4            4           4          4
                    Police Captain                                      3            3             3            3           0          0
                    Police Lieutenant                                   9            9             9            7           7          6
                    Police Major                                        2            2             2            1           3          3
                    Police Officer                                     145          137           149          140         140        135
                    Police Reserve                                      6            6             6            6           0          0
                    Police Program Specialist                           0            0             0            1           1          1
                    Police Sergeant                                    20            20            20           20         20         20
                    Police Service Aide                                 0            13            13           12         12         11
                    Police Service Aide, Special Assignment            49            36            36           34         34         32
                    Secretary                                           0            0             0            0           1          0
                                                    Dept. Subtotal     256          247           260          244         246        233




                                                                                                                                                18.
                  MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON OF BUDGETED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT


                                                                                                              Revised #     # of
                                                                       # Funded    # of Funded   # of Funded  Approved    Funded      # Funded
                                                                       Positions     Positions     Positions Positions FY Positions   Positions
Department            Title of Position                                 FY2005       FY2006        FY2007       2008*     FY2009      FY 2010

Fire Protection       Administrative Aide                                  1           1             1            1           0          1
                      Administrative Secretary                             1           1             1            1           1          1
                      Assistant Fire Chief                                0            3             3            3           2          2
                      Assistant to DS Director                             0           0             0            0           1          0
                      Assistant Town Administrator                         0           0             0            0            0          1
                      Clerk Typist I                                       2           2             2            2            2          2
                      Clerk Typist II                                      2           2             2            2            2          2
                      Deputy Fire Chief                                    1           1             1            1            1          1
                      EMS Coordinator                                      1           0             0            0            0          0
                      Fire Administrative Analyst                          0           0             0            0            1          1
                      Fire Admin Services Manager                          1           1             1            1            0          0
                      Fire Battalion Chief                                 7           7             7            6            6          6
                      Fire Captain                                         5           5             5            5            6          6
                      Fire Chief                                           1           1             1            1            1          0
                      Fire Division Chief                                  2           0              0            0           0          0
                      Fire Driver Engineer                                29           26            26           24          24         24
                      Fire Inspector                                       6            4             4            4           4          4
                      Fire Inspector Supervisor                            1            1             1            1           1          1
                      Fire Lieutenant                                     29           25            25           21          21         21
                      Fire Marshal                                         1            1             1            1           1          1
                      Fire Plans Examiner                                  1            1             1            1           0          0
                      Fire Support Services Manager                        1            1             1            1           1          1
                      Fire Training Officer                                1            1             1            1           0          0
                      Fire Rescue Service Aide                             2            2             2            2           2          2
                      Firefighter/Paramedic                               87           86            86           82         74         70
                                          Subtotal                       182          172           172          161         151        147

             Building Administrative Secretary                            0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Building Inspector                                  0             0            0            0           6           2
                      Building Official                                   0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Bldg Plans Examiner                                 0             0            0            0           8           6
                      Chief Bldg. Inspector                               0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Chief Electrical Inspector                          0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Chief Mechanical Inspector                          0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Chief Plumbing Inspector                            0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Clerk Typist I                                      0             0            0            0           1           0
                      Clerk Typist II                                     0             0            0            0           0           0
                      College Intern                                      0             0            0            0           0           0
                      Deputy Building Official                            0             0            0            0           0           0
                      Electrical Inspector                                0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Mechanical Inspector                                0             0            0            0           1           0
                      Office Supervisor                                   0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Permit Clerk                                        0             0            0            0           7           6
                      Permit Examiner                                     0             0            0            0           1           1
                      Plumbing Inspector                                  0             0            0            0           0           0
                      Program Manager                                     0             0            0            0           1           1
                                           Subtotal                       0             0            0            0          33          24

                                                      Dept. Subtotal     182          172           172          161         184        171

Public Works          Administrative Aide                                  1           1             0            0            0          0
                      Assistant Public Works Director                      0           0             0            0            1          1
                      Assistant Public Works Manager                       2           2             2            2            0          0
                      Caretaker                                            1           1             1            1            1          1
                      Clerk Typist I                                       2           1             1            1            1          0
                      Clerk Typist II                                      1           2             2            2            1          1
                      Construction Technician                              0           1             1            1            1          1
                      Crew Leader                                         10           7             8            7            8          8
                      Equipment Operator                                   1           1             1            1            2          2
                      Laborer                                              6           0             0            0            0          0
                      Laborer PT Seasonal                                  4           0             4            0            0          0
                      Maintenance Technician I, Will Call                  0           0             0            0            0          1
                      Maintenance Services Supervisor                      1           1             1            1            4          4
                      Maintenance Technician I                            35           36            36           34          32         31



                                                                                                                                                  19.
                MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON OF BUDGETED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT


                                                                                                             Revised #     # of
                                                                      # Funded    # of Funded   # of Funded  Approved    Funded      # Funded
                                                                      Positions     Positions     Positions Positions FY Positions   Positions
Department         Title of Position                                   FY2005       FY2006        FY2007       2008*     FY2009      FY 2010

                   Maintenance Technician III                             1           1             1            1           1           1
                   Office Supervisor                                      0           0             1            1           1           1
                   Operations Supervisor                                  9           8             8            8           3           3
                   Park Ranger                                            0           0             0            0           0           0
                   Project Manager                                        2           2             2            2           2           2
                   Public Works/Capital Proj Dir                          1           1             1            1           1           1
                   Urban Forester                                         0           0             0            0           1           1
                                                     Dept. Subtotal      77           65            70           63         60          59

Special            Administrative Secretary                               0            0            1            1           1           1
Projects           Equipment Operator                                     1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Events Specialist                                      1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Maintenance Technician                                 2            2            2            2           2           2
                   Public Info Specialist                                 0            0            0            0           0           0
                   Recreation Leader                                      1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Secretary                                              1            1            0            0           0           0
                   Special Projects Director                              1            1            1            1           1           1
                                                     Dept. Subtotal       7            7            7            7           7           7

Parks &            Activity Leader                                       11           11            11           0            0          0
Recreation         Admin Aide                                             1            0            0            0            0          0
                   Administrative Secretary                               0            1            1            1            1          1
                   Clerk Typist I                                         0            1            1            1            1          0
                   Clerk Typist II                                        3            2            2            2            2          2
                   College Intern                                         0            0            0            0            0          0
                   Counselor                                             24           24           24            0            0          0
                   Crew Leader                                            5           6             6            6            6          5
                   Fitness Coordinator                                    1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Fitness Specialist                                     1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Fitness Technician                                     1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Junior Counselor                                       4           4             4            0            0          0
                   Maintenance Tech I, Will Call                          2           1             1            1            1          0
                   Maintenance Tech I                                     3           3             3            3            3          0
                   Operations Supervisor                                  2           2             2            2            2          1
                   Park Ranger FT                                         1           1             1            2            2          4
                   Park Ranger PT                                        11           11            11           6            5          5
                   Park Ranger Supervisor                                 1           0             0            0            0          0
                   Parks & Recreation Director                            1           1             1            1            1          1
                   Pool Lifeguard, BBR PT Season                          0           0             0            0            0          4
                   Pool Lifeguard, PT Regular                            10           10            10           10          10          6
                   Pool Lifeguard, PT Seasonal                           18           18            18           18          18         18
                   Program Supervisor                                    13           13            13           0            0          0
                   Recreation Attendant (PT)                             14           14            14           13          11         11
                   Recreation Attendant, Will Call                        5            5            5            1            1          0
                   Recreation Coordinator                                 1            2            2            2            2          1
                   Recreation Leader FT                                  16           10            6            6            6          2
                   Recreation Leader PT                                                             6            3            3          3
                   Recreation Leader, Will Call                          0            3             3            1            1          0
                   Seasonal Laborer                                      0            0             0            0            0          0
                   Secretary                                             1            1             1            1            1          1
                                                     Dept. Subtotal     150          147           149           83          80         68

Water & Sewer      Administrative Aide                                    1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Assistant Utilities Director                           0            0            0            0           1           1
                   Field Customer Service                                 2            2            2            2           2           2
                   Lead Operator                                          2            2            2            2           2           2
                   Lift Station Operator                                  3            3            3            3           3           3
                   Lift Station Trainee                                   1            0            0            0           1           1
                   Office Assistant                                       1            1            1            1           1           1
                   Plant Operator I                                       7            7            7            7           7           7
                   Plant Operator II                                      7            7            7            7           7           7
                   Plant Operator Trainee                                 0            1            1            1           1           1
                   Secretary                                              0            0            0            0           0           0
                   Superintendent of Operations, UT                       2            2            2            2           2           2



                                                                                                                                                 20.
                MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON OF BUDGETED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT


                                                                                                                Revised #     # of
                                                                         # Funded    # of Funded   # of Funded  Approved    Funded        # Funded
                                                                         Positions     Positions     Positions Positions FY Positions     Positions
Department            Title of Position                                   FY2005       FY2006        FY2007       2008*     FY2009        FY 2010

                      Util Field Technicians/Trainees                        6           4             4              4              5        5
                      Util Field Technician II                               1           4             4              4              4        4
                      Util Maintenance Mechanic                              1           1             1              1              1        1
                      Util Maintenance Supervisor                            1           1             1              1              1        1
                      Utilities Director                                     1           1             1              1              1        1
                      Utilities Engineer                                     0           0             0              0              0        1
                                                        Dept. Subtotal      36           37            37             37            40       41
T.A. Capital OU
Town Admin Off.       Crew Leader                                            0            0             0             0             0         0
                      Construction Tech.                                     1            0             0             0             0         0
                      Laborer                                                3            0             0             0             0         0
                      Maintenance Tech I                                     0            0             0             0             0         0
                      Project Manager                                        0            0             0             0             0         0

Engineering           Seasonal Laborer                                       2            0             0             0             0         0

                                                        Dept. Subtotal       6            0             0             0             0         0

Housing &             Assistant to Department Director                       0           0              0              0            0         1
Community             Clerk Typist I                                         0           0              0              0            0         0
Development           Assistant Programs Manager                             0           0              0              0            0         0
                      Crew Leader                                            1           0              1              1            0         0
                      Housing & Community Dev. Dir.                          1           1              1              1            1         1
                      Neighborhood Resource Spec                             0           2              2              2            2         2
                      Neighborhood Revit Pgm                                 0           1              1              1            1         0
                      Office Supervisor                                      1           1              1              1            1         1
                      Programs Specialist                                    1           1              1              1            1         1
                      Recreation Leader                                      0           3              1              0            0         0
                      Safe Neighborhoods Coord                               1           0              0              0            0         0
                      Youth Coordinator                                      0           1              1              1            0         0
                      Housing Specialist                                     0           0              0              0            0         0
                                                       Dept. Subtotal        5           10             9              8            6         6

Community             Admin Secretary                                        1            0             0              0            0         0
Redevelopment         Assistant to Department Director                       0            1             1              1            1         1
Agency                Code Compliance Inspector                              0            0             1              1            1         0
                      Planner II                                             0            0             1              0            0         0
                      Plannner III                                           0            0             0              0            1         1
                      Redevelopment Administrator                            1            1             1              1            1         1
                                                      Dept. Subtotal         2            2             4              3            4         3

                      Positions Subtotal                                   870          837            862           745            711     663
                      FF/PM/Retiree budgeted through payroll                1            1              1             1              1       1
                      TOTAL POSITIONS                                      871          838            863           746            712     664


* During FY2008, 11 vacant sworn positions were eliminated in the Police Department related to execution of a new Collective
Bargaining Agreement with the Fraternal Order of Police. 52 summer/seasonal positions were eliminated from the Parks & Recreation
Department due to the private contracting of the Town's summer camp programs.




                                                                                                                                                      21.
                                 FY 2009/2010

GENERAL FUND - ESTIMATED REVENUES BY SOURCE


                                                   FY 2009         FY 2010
                                                   Original       Estimated
 Revenue Source                                    Budget         Revenue
 Advalorem Taxes                              $ 32,847,239      $ 33,807,730
 General Obligation Taxes                        5,467,101         5,489,847
 Local Option, Use & Fuel Taxes                    990,000           111,472
 Other General Taxes                                     -         5,357,308
 Charges for Service                             6,709,290         6,236,867
 Fines & Forfeitures                               557,442           623,857
 Franchise Fees                                 15,850,839        16,516,244
 Intergovernmental                              14,829,019         8,254,780
 Licenses & Permits                              3,578,000         3,420,000
 Miscellaneous                                   9,754,552         8,811,191
 Other Sources                                   1,110,902         2,402,342
 TOTAL                                        $ 91,694,384      $ 91,031,638




                              FY 2010
                  General Fund Revenues By Source

                                          Other
                                         Sources
                        Miscellaneous      3%
                            10%

      Licenses & Permits
             4%
                                                              Advalorem Taxes
                                                                    36%
    Intergovernmental
           9%



     Franchise Fees
          18%                                                     General Obligation
                                                                       Taxes
                                                                        6%
        Fines & Forfeitures
               1%
                   Charges for Service                    Local Option, Use &
                            7%               Other            Fuel Taxes
                                          General Taxes          0%
                                              6%




                                                                                       22.
                             FY 2009/2010

GENERAL FUND - ESTIMATED REVENUES BY DEPARTMENT


                                       FY 2009         FY 2010
                                       Original       Estimated         %
 Revenue Source                        Budget         Revenue       of Budget
 General Operating                 $   75,746,628 $    74,407,591    81.74%
 Town Administrator                       564,240         325,280     0.36%
 Engineering                            1,019,500         900,000     0.99%
 Planning & Zoning                        637,000         147,847     0.16%
 Budget & Finance                          25,000          50,000     0.05%
 Town Clerk                                50,000          60,000     0.07%
 Law Enforcement                        1,834,997       1,967,347     2.16%
 Fire Protection & Building             7,912,141       9,477,465    10.41%
 Building Division                      2,731,550       2,488,845     2.73%
 Public Works                                   -          27,000     0.03%
 Special Projects                         257,310         253,970     0.28%
 Parks & Recreation                       916,018         843,325     0.93%
 Housing & Community Development                -          32,968     0.04%
 Risk Management                                -          50,000     0.05%
 TOTAL                             $   91,694,384 $    91,031,638   100.00%




                                                                                23.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                           GENERAL FUND
                         GENERAL OPERATING




 Revenue Source                                     FY2010 Estimate

 Advalorem Taxes                                $         33,807,730

 General Obligation Taxes                                  5,489,847

 Other General Taxes                                       5,357,308

 Charges for Service                                       1,571,509

 Intergovernmental                                         7,809,330

 Franchise Fees                                           16,516,244

 Miscellaneous                                             1,456,100

 Other Sources                                             2,399,523

 TOTAL REVENUE                                  $         74,407,591




                            General Operating
                       Estimated Revenue by Source




                                Other Sources
               Miscellaneous
                                     3%
                    2%
     Franchise Fees
          23%
                                                       Advalorem Taxes
 Intergovernmental                                           46%
        10%

 Charges for Service
        2%                Other      General Obligation
                       General Taxes      Taxes
                           7%               7%




                                                                         24.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                        GENERAL FUND
                      TOWN ADMINISTRATOR




 Revenue Source                              FY2010 Estimate

 Local Option, Use & Fuel Taxes          $            111,472

 Intergovernmental                                    213,808



 TOTAL REVENUE                           $            325,280




                Town Administrator Department
                 Estimated Revenue by Source


                                              Local Option, Use &
                                                  Fuel Taxes
                                                     34%



  Intergovernmental
         66%




                                                                    25.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                        GENERAL FUND
                      ENGINEERING DIVISION




 Revenue Source                                   FY2010 Estimate

 Licenses & Permits                           $          900,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                                $          900,000




                    Engineering Division
                Estimated Revenue by Source




                         Licenses & Permits
                               100%




                                                                    26.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                        GENERAL FUND
                       PLANNING & ZONING




 Revenue Source                                   FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                          $          147,847



 TOTAL REVENUE                                $          147,847




                  Planning & Zoning Division
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                        Charges for Service
                              100%




                                                                    27.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                       GENERAL FUND
              BUDGET & FINANCE DEPARTMENT




 Revenue Source                                  FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                         $           50,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                               $           50,000




                 Budget & Finance Department
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                       Charges for Service
                             100%




                                                                   28.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                         GENERAL FUND
                       TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE




 Revenue Source                                    FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                           $           60,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                                 $           60,000




                      Town Clerk's Office
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                         Charges for Service
                               100%




                                                                     29.
               TOWN OF DAVIE
  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                             GENERAL FUND
                            LAW ENFORCEMENT




      Revenue Source                              FY2010 Estimate

      Charges for Service                     $         1,328,171

      Fines & Forfeitures                                 623,357

      Miscellaneous                                        13,000

      Other Sources                                         2,819

      TOTAL REVENUE                           $         1,967,347




                       Law Enforcement Services
                      Estimated Revenue by Source



                                                      Fines & Forfeitures
Charges for Service
                                                             32%
      67%


                                                  Miscellaneous
                                  Other Sources        1%
                                       0%




                                                                            30.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                       GENERAL FUND
                  FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES




 Revenue Source                                FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                       $         2,139,730

 Intergovernmental                                     198,674

 Licenses & Permits                                    240,000

 Fines & Forfeitures                                       500

 Miscellaneous                                       6,898,561

 TOTAL REVENUE                             $         9,477,465




                     Fire Protection Services
                  Estimated Revenue by Source

                                                      Charges for Service
                                                            23%
 Miscellaneous
     72%                                             Intergovernmental
                                                            2%

                                                  Licenses & Permits
                            Fines & Forfeitures          3%
                                    0%




                                                                            31.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                        GENERAL FUND
      FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES - BUILDING DIVISION




 Revenue Source                             FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                    $           208,845

 Licenses and Permits                             2,280,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                          $         2,488,845




                        Building Division
                  Estimated Revenue by Source




                                             Charges for Service
                                                    8%

         Licenses and
            Permits
             92%




                                                                   32.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                       GENERAL FUND
                       PUBLIC WORKS




 Revenue Source                                  FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                         $           27,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                               $           27,000




                   Public Works Department
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                       Charges for Service
                             100%




                                                                   33.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                       GENERAL FUND
                       SPECIAL PROJECTS




 Revenue Source                             FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                    $              34,410

 Miscellaneous                                        219,560



 TOTAL REVENUE                          $             253,970




                  Special Projects Department
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                                            Charges for Service
                                                  14%




                   Miscellaneous
                       86%




                                                                  34.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                          GENERAL FUND
                       PARKS & RECREATION




 Revenue Source                                FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                       $           619,355

 Miscellaneous                                         223,970



 TOTAL REVENUE                             $           843,325




                    Parks & Recreation Department
                     Estimated Revenue by Source


    Miscellaneous
        27%




                                           Charges for Service
                                                 73%




                                                                 35.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                       GENERAL FUND
                       RISK MANAGEMENT




 Revenue Source                                   FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                          $           50,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                                $           50,000




                 Risk Management Department
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                        Charges for Service
                              100%




                                                                    36.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                     GENERAL FUND
           HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT




 Revenue Source                               FY2010 Estimate

 Intergovernmental                        $           32,968



 TOTAL REVENUE                            $           32,968




       Housing & Community Development Department
               Estimated Revenue by Source




                      Intergovernmental
                            100%




                                                                37.
                     FY 2009/2010
      GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS BY DEPARTMENT



                                                                  FY 2010
         Department                                             Appropriation    % of Budget
         Town Administrator                                 $       1,990,594         2.2%
         Budget & Finance                                           1,331,573         1.5%
         Town Clerk                                                   805,631         0.9%
         Engineering                                                1,058,495         1.2%
         Planning & Zoning                                          1,166,461         1.3%
         Law Enforcement Services                                  33,570,244        36.9%
         Fire Protection Services                                  24,764,010        27.2%
         Public Works                                               7,528,284         8.3%
         Special Projects                                             831,915         0.9%
         Parks & Recreation                                         3,618,766         4.0%
         Human Resources                                              786,759         0.9%
         Housing & Com. Dev.                                          395,099         0.4%
         Town Attorney                                                482,590         0.5%
         Risk Management                                            1,502,137         1.7%
         Debt Service                                               7,587,997         8.3%
         Non-Departmental                                           3,611,083         4.0%
         Total                                              $      91,031,638           100%




             Department Appropriations as a % of General Fund Budget


                           Debt Service      Non-Departmental         Town Administrator
                              8.3%                4.0%                      2.2%
                                                                                        Budget & Finance
      Town Attorney   Risk Management                                                        1.5%
         0.5%               1.7%
                                                                           Town Clerk
Housing & Com. Dev.                                                          0.9%
       0.4%                                                                              Engineering
                                                                                            1.2%
              Human Resources
                     0.9%                                                         Planning & Zoning
Parks & Recreation
                                                                                        1.3%
       4.0%
             Special Projects
                   0.9%

          Public Works                                                     Law Enforcement
             8.3%                                                             Services
                                                                                36.9%
                                Fire Protection
                                   Services
                                    27.2%




                                                                                                           38.
                                                 FY 2009/2010

                             GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
                         BY DEPARTMENT AND EXPENDITURE TYPE



                                 Personal        Operating       Capital          Debt
Department                       Services      Expenditures      Outlay          Service     Other Uses     Total
Town Administrator              $ 1,076,822    $    904,773    $    8,999    $           -   $         - $ 1,990,594
Budget & Finance                   1,201,531        118,217        11,825                -             -   1,331,573
Town Clerk                           521,708        282,961           962                -             -     805,631
Engineering Division                 862,289        179,241        16,965                -             -   1,058,495
Planning & Zoning Division           776,653        380,418         9,390                -             -   1,166,461
Law Enforcement Services          28,067,432      5,102,434       400,378                -             -  33,570,244
Fire Protection Services          19,393,730      2,354,575       288,159                -             -  22,036,464
  Building Division                2,277,147        414,552        35,847                -             -   2,727,546
Public Works                       4,135,214      3,100,320         2,250                -       290,500   7,528,284
Special Projects                     540,460        287,405         4,050                -             -     831,915
Parks & Recreation                 2,294,122      1,296,218        28,426                -             -   3,618,766
Human Resources                      570,663        204,891        11,205                -             -     786,759
Housing & Community Dev.             320,951         74,148              -               -             -     395,099
Town Attorney                              -        482,590              -               -             -     482,590
Risk Management                       89,137      1,363,000        50,000                -             -   1,502,137
Debt Service                               -               -             -       7,587,997             -   7,587,997
Non-Departmental                           -        154,150              -               -     3,456,933   3,611,083
                                $ 62,127,859   $ 16,699,893    $   868,456   $ 7,587,997     $ 3,747,433   $ 91,031,638




                                                 Other Uses
                                    Debt Service    4%
                                         8%

                             Capital Outlay
                                  1%



                      Operating
                     Expenditures
                        18%
                                                                             Personal Services
                                                                                   69%




                                                                                                                     39.
                                                                        FY 2009/2010 BUDGET

                                         GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON


                                        FY 2006           FY 2007            FY 2008          FY 2009         FY 2009         FY 2009-2010     % of GF Change From
                                         Actual            Actual             Actual       Original Budget   YTD Actual       Appropriation    Budget FY09 Budget

Town Administrator's Office
   Personal Services                  $ 1,282,968     $    1,178,485     $    1,168,498    $    1,062,700    $      970,851   $    1,076,822               1%
   Operating Expenditures               3,769,611          1,388,913          1,179,788         1,201,564           864,348          904,773              -25%
   Capital Outlay                           1,975             10,718             15,318             3,600             4,916            8,999              150%
          Subtotal                      5,054,554          2,578,116          2,363,604         2,267,864         1,840,115        1,990,594    2.2%      -12%


Budget & Finance Department
   Personal Services                    1,003,204          1,165,043          1,120,268         1,190,099         1,097,281        1,201,531               1%
   Operating Expenditures                 359,955            361,380            272,802           130,744            89,392          118,217              -10%
   Capital Outlay                               -              4,088              7,363            11,480            11,480           11,825               3%
          Subtotal                      1,363,159          1,530,511          1,400,433         1,332,323         1,198,153        1,331,573    1.5%       0%


Town Clerk's Office
   Personal Services                      449,264           473,562            487,445            504,354          477,635          521,708                 3%
   Operating Expenditures                 264,470           318,694            228,419            286,621          220,121          282,961                -1%
   Capital Outlay                               -                 -                  -              4,864              434              962               -80%
          Subtotal                        713,734           792,256            715,864            795,839          698,190          805,631     0.9%        1%


Code Enforcement Division
   Personal Services                      540,632           630,448                                      -               -                 -             #DIV/0!
   Operating Expenditures                 153,187           166,291                                      -          14,998                 -             #DIV/0!
   Capital Outlay                               -                 -                                      -               -                 -             #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                        693,819           796,739                    -                 -          14,998                 -    0.0%     #DIV/0!


Engineering Division
   Personal Services                      722,702            921,053            878,850           932,746          740,938           862,289               -8%
   Operating Expenditures                 153,100            117,220            140,531           188,331          126,648           179,241               -5%
   Capital Outlay                          36,088             32,869             17,654            28,468           14,018            16,965              -40%
          Subtotal                        911,890          1,071,142          1,037,035         1,149,545          881,604         1,058,495    1.2%       -8%


Planning & Zoning Division
   Personal Services                      866,750            890,362            857,966           892,999           745,285          776,653              -13%
   Operating Expenditures                 430,832            266,753            590,955           594,753           293,920          380,418              -36%
   Capital Outlay                              96                154                529            23,703             8,583            9,390              -60%
          Subtotal                      1,297,678          1,157,269          1,449,450         1,511,455         1,047,788        1,166,461    1.3%      -23%


Development Services Administration
   Personal Services                      401,203           459,956                                      -                -                -             #DIV/0!
   Operating Expenditures                  85,725            24,793                                      -            7,014                -             #DIV/0!
   Capital Outlay                               -                 -                                      -                -                -             #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                        486,928           484,749                    -                 -            7,014                -    0.0%     #DIV/0!


Building Division
    Personal Services                   2,854,495          2,758,759          2,978,364                  -                -                -             #DIV/0!
    Operating Expenditures                479,658            429,212            452,683                  -                -                -             #DIV/0!
    Capital Outlay                          1,791                  -              1,660                  -                -                -             #DIV/0!
           Subtotal                     3,335,944          3,187,971          3,432,707                  -                -                -    0.0%     #DIV/0!


Law Enforcement Services
   Personal Services                   23,104,780         25,094,070         24,350,101        26,798,448        26,274,133       28,067,432               5%
   Operating Expenditures               4,420,875          5,453,710          5,164,114         5,225,245         4,510,933        5,102,434              -2%
   Capital Outlay                         168,759            222,985            247,165           438,974           345,406          400,378              -9%
          Subtotal                     27,694,414         30,770,765         29,761,380        32,462,667        31,130,472       33,570,244   36.9%      3%


Fire Protection Services
    Fire Protection Services
    Personal Services                  16,126,141         17,139,025         18,480,100        18,872,131        18,308,056       19,393,730               3%
    Operating Expenditures              2,340,963          2,633,536          2,451,424         2,722,072         2,334,157        2,354,575              -14%
    Capital Outlay                        158,022            216,440            243,458           269,368           104,730          288,159               7%
           Subtotal                    18,625,126         19,989,001         21,174,982        21,863,571        20,746,943       22,036,464   24.2%       1%

   Building Division
   Personal Services                              -                 -                  -        3,141,462         2,777,558        2,277,147              -28%
   Operating Expenditures                         -                 -                  -          445,066           335,597          414,552               -7%
   Capital Outlay                                 -                 -                  -           41,865            20,789           35,847              -14%
          Subtotal                                -                 -                  -        3,628,393         3,133,944        2,727,546    3.0%      -25%


Public Works Department
   Personal Services                    3,030,149          2,993,488          3,331,082         4,009,812         3,597,218        4,135,214               3%
   Operating Expenditures              18,532,825          3,062,406          2,952,797         3,493,609         3,087,232        3,100,320              -11%
   Capital Outlay                           2,996             98,291            101,635               350             1,068            2,250              543%
   Other Uses                                   -                  -                  -                 -                 -          290,500             #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                     21,565,970          6,154,185          6,385,514         7,503,771         6,685,518        7,528,284    8.3%       0%




                                                                                                                                                                     40.
                                                                         FY 2009/2010 BUDGET

                                         GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES MULTI-YEAR COMPARISON


                                        FY 2006            FY 2007           FY 2008             FY 2009            FY 2009             FY 2009-2010     % of GF Change From
                                         Actual             Actual            Actual          Original Budget      YTD Actual           Appropriation    Budget FY09 Budget

Special Projects Department
   Personal Services                       420,280            462,107            499,343             531,138           481,371                540,460                2%
   Operating Expenditures                  235,444            233,894            217,833             280,866           224,725                287,405                2%
   Capital Outlay                            1,507             26,767                998                   -                 -                  4,050              #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                         657,231            722,768            718,174             812,004           706,096                831,915     0.9%       2%


Parks & Recreation Department
   Personal Services                     2,562,523          2,717,685          2,681,710           2,823,731         2,517,595               2,294,122              -19%
   Operating Expenditures                1,649,777          1,585,962          1,204,184           1,431,971         1,125,247               1,296,218               -9%
   Capital Outlay                           73,322             43,431             26,332              20,840             3,986                  28,426               36%
          Subtotal                       4,285,622          4,347,078          3,912,226           4,276,542         3,646,828               3,618,766    4.0%      -15%


Human Resources Department
  Personal Services                        687,450            613,028            635,895             612,565           586,625                570,663                -7%
  Operating Expenditures                 1,570,684          2,420,442            235,383             298,248           109,513                204,891               -31%
  Capital Outlay                             1,732             13,670             (4,556)              8,442             4,082                 11,205                33%
         Subtotal                        2,259,866          3,047,140            866,722             919,255           700,220                786,759     0.9%      -14%

Housing & Community Development
   Personal Services                       200,941            330,763            350,260             344,820           315,498                320,951               -7%
   Operating Expenditures                   42,640            106,725             63,653              78,104            52,948                 74,148               -5%
   Capital Outlay                               76            437,594                  -                   -                 -                      -              #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                         243,657            875,082            413,913             422,924           368,446                395,099     0.4%      -7%


Town Attorney
   Personal Services                             -                  -                                      -                 -                      -              #DIV/0!
   Operating Expenditures                  382,402            673,089            542,914             599,741           245,535                482,590               -20%
   Capital Outlay                                -                  -                                      -                 -                      -              #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                         382,402            673,089            542,914             599,741           245,535                482,590     0.5%      -20%


Risk Management
   Personal Services                              -                  -                                      -                   -               89,137             #DIV/0!
   Operating Expenditures                         -                  -                  -                   -                   -            1,363,000             #DIV/0!
   Capital Outlay                                 -                  -                                      -                   -               50,000             #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                                -                  -                  -                   -                   -            1,502,137    1.7%     #DIV/0!


Debt Service
   Personal Services                             -                  -                                      -                 -                       -             #DIV/0!
   Operating Expenditures                        -                  -                                      -                 -                       -             #DIV/0!
   Debt Service                          5,608,868          8,238,745          8,284,180           8,528,065         8,478,222               7,587,997              -11%
   Capital Outlay                                -                  -                  -                   -                 -                       -             #DIV/0!
          Subtotal                       5,608,868          8,238,745          8,284,180           8,528,065         8,478,222               7,587,997    8.3%      -11%


Non Departmental
   Personal Services                             -                  -                                      -                 -                       -             #DIV/0!
   Operating Expenditures                   10,844          3,120,865          3,343,640           2,113,328           709,810                 154,150              -93%
   Capital Outlay                                -                  -                                      -                 -                       -             #DIV/0!
   Other Uses                            2,726,121          6,178,466          1,475,407           1,507,097         5,009,424               3,456,933              129%
          Subtotal                       2,736,965          9,299,331          4,819,047           3,620,425         5,719,234               3,611,083    4.0%       0%




TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES


   Personal Services                    54,253,482         57,827,834         57,819,882          61,717,005        58,890,044              62,127,859   68.25%     0.67%
   Operating Expenditures               34,882,992         22,363,885         19,041,120          19,090,263        14,352,138              16,699,893   18.35%    -12.52%
   Capital Outlay                          446,364          1,107,007            657,556             851,954           519,492                 868,456    0.95%     1.94%
   Debt Service                          5,608,868          8,238,745          8,284,180           8,528,065         8,478,222               7,587,997    8.34%    -11.02%
   Other Uses                            2,726,121          6,178,466          1,475,407           1,507,097         5,009,424               3,747,433    4.12%    148.65%

   GRAND TOTAL                        $ 97,917,827      $ 95,715,937      $ 87,278,145       $    91,694,384      $ 87,249,320          $   91,031,638   100%      -0.72%




   * Expenditures for the solid waste contract were located in the Town Administrator's office in FY 2006. A new non-departmental
   account was created for FY 2007. Since FY 2008, the funds have passed through liability accounts, and therefore, are not budgeted.




                                                                                                                                                                               41.
                                           FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                          Town Administration


Mission

The Town Administrator’s office carries out the mission and strategic priorities established by the Town Council.
The Town of Davie mission statement is: The Town of Davie strives to be the preeminent community in South
Florida to live, work, learn, and play while treasuring our preserved natural settings (Passed by Resolution 2009-
082). This mission is achieved by meeting our administrative purpose, which is to provide leadership and
excellent, customer-driven services to our diverse community with integrity and respect. In addition, it is the
responsibility of the Town Administrator’s office to ensure that each department’s objectives reflect and help
achieve the Town’s mission and that each department upholds the value-driven purpose that actuate all programs
and services provided throughout the Town.

The Mayor and Town Council are the legislative body of the Town government. The Council members may
propose policies or procedures for consideration by the entire Council. The Town Council’s major objective is to
represent and meet the needs of the residents and business owners of the Town of Davie. The Town of Davie
shall be governed by a council/manager form of government consisting of five (5) members, one of whom shall be
the elected at-large mayor and one of whom shall be the vice mayor.
(Sp. Acts, Ch. 61-2056, § 9; Ord. No. 74-17, § 1, 4-3-74; Ord. No. 97-7, §§ 6, 11, 47, 1-15-97).
The Town Administrator is appointed by the Town Council and functions as the chief administrative officer of the
Town, responsible for the administration of all departments as well as the enforcement of all laws and ordinances
within the Town’s jurisdictions. The Town Administrator informs and advises the Town Council on Town affairs
and implements charter revisions and policy directives from the Town Council majority. The main purpose of the
Town Administrator’s office is to formulate strategies to achieve Town Council strategic priorities or goals while
also addressing future challenges and opportunities; this includes the annual submission to the Council for its
consideration of an operating budget and a capital improvements program.


Objectives
The most important objective of the Town Administrator’s’ office is to ensure that the mission of the Town Council
is carried out. In order to achieve this objective, the Town Administrator’s office has established five strategic
priorities which include: Commitment to Customer Satisfaction; Dedication to Excellence in Service Delivery;
Respecting and Promoting Diverse and Sustainable Community and Neighborhood Values; Creating an
Environment that is Conducive to Innovation, Creativity, and Collaboration; and Nurturing the health, safety, and
welfare of the community. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the Town Administration office to ensure that all
programs and services town-wide help to achieve these strategic priorities.


Major Programs and Services
The major programs in the Town Administration Office consist of: GIS, CRA, Community Housing & Development,
Public Information, Emergency Management, Planning and Zoning, and Engineering. The Department also
oversees service agreements, such as Waste Management, Recycling, Bus Transportation, Cable, & FPL. The
following programs and services are directly managed by the Town Administration Office:
Grants Administration: It is the objective of Grants Administration to track all potential funding sources including
Federal and State Appropriations and Community Budget Initiative Requests (CBIRs) for various Town projects.
In addition, it is the objective of Grants Administration to ensure that while a decentralized grant process is used
throughout the Town that each department has technical assistance in their applications for their respective
grants. Finally, it is the objective of Grants Administration to ensure that matching funds for grant projects are
entered into the capital project plan and to determine the long term costs associated with the maintenance of
grants.
Public Information Office: It is the objective of the PIO to publish timely editions of the Davie Update and other
informational publications and to maintain a communication strategy for all external communications with the
public. In addition, the PIO is responsible for overseeing the Town’s web site, www.davie-fl.gov, and the
production of the Town’s TV station, Channel 78. Finally, it is the responsibility of the PIO to provide public
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information in an effective, creative manner and to ensure uniformity by assisting departments in the writing,
design, ads, photography and other graphic services for print, digital and video formats.
Emergency Management: It is the objective of Town Administration to provide an emergency management plan
and policy to guide employees as to their responsibilities relative to responding to emergencies or disaster
situations. This plan includes the use of the Davie Field Operations Center and other emergency shelters that
may be activated in the case of an emergency. In addition, it is the objective of Emergency Management to
ensure that employees are properly trained to support the Town's Emergency Management plan.
GIS: The Town recognizes that geography plays a role in almost all major infrastructure and development
decisions including choosing sites for development, identifying target areas for re-development, planning
networks, responding to emergencies, re-drawing boundaries, and identifying existing structures town-wide.
Therefore, it is the objective of this program to maintain an integrative hardware, software, and data management
system (Geographic Information System or GIS) for capturing, managing and analyzing, and displaying all forms
of geographically referenced material. This system allows Town employees to view, understand and question the
data by visually showing relationships, patterns and trends in the form of maps, globes, reports and charts. In
addition, the GIS program is the means for the collection of infrastructure data, including, but not limited to, roads,
signage, drainage, drain structures, water distribution systems and sanitary sewers.
Contract Administration: The Town Administrator’s Office oversees several revenue and franchise contracts that
affect town-wide operations. Some of these contracts include solid waste and recycling collections, public
transportation services, billboards, and inter-local government agreements. It is the objective in all contract
administration that a good working relationship with vendors is maintained and that the interests and investments
of the Town are protected at all times.
Property Acquisition and Annexation: It is the objective of this program to manage all aspects of land acquisition
and annexation.
Floodplain Management: It is the objective of Floodplain Management to oversee the Town’s participation in the
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Community Rating System (CRS). This program also represents
the Town at the Broward County Local Mitigation Strategy. The program’s objective is to lower the CRS rating
and mitigate wind and flood hazards.
Strategic Planning: It is the objective of the Town Administrator’s office to maintain a town-wide, comprehensive
strategic plan that is supported by a working business plan in each Town department that helps achieve the goals
of the strategic plan as established by the Town Council.
Economic Development: It is the objective of the Economic Development Office to attract quality businesses, both
small and large, to the Town of Davie. In addition, it is the objective of the Economic Development Office to be
sure that the Town continues to meet the needs of current business owners and to work to provide quality
services to these business owners. Finally, it is the objective of the Economic Development Office to ensure that
we continue to develop relationships inside and out of the Town that place Davie in a competitive position to
leverage economic development as we come out of the current economic recession.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
This fiscal year, the Town Administration office has hired an economic development manager – a position that is
critical to the fruitful development of the Town overall and for the Town to take a competitive edge in development
as the economy begins to turn around. In addition, as revenues from local development and other franchise
agreements continue to fall in the current recession, it is more important than ever that the Town continue to
explore new sources of revenues including state, federal, and other grant opportunities. To achieve this end, a
grants coordinator has been added to manage the decentralized grant process that the Town currently utilizes.
This person will join two others in the Town Administration Office and grant administrators from other departments
(Police and Fire) who work in this capacity.

In addition, the Town Administrator’s office is responsible for ensuring the Town’s strategic plan is implemented;
this includes the second half of the strategic planning process which is a focus on business plans at the
department level. This endeavor is aimed at achieving greater efficiencies throughout the Town by realizing
synergies and implementing effective technologies to make those synergies possible and proactively putting
systems in place that will better serve our citizens as the economy turns around. As we continue to realize
inefficiencies and new opportunities for efficiency and synergy town-wide, it is under the purview of the Town
Administrator’s office to act upon these findings. Based on an analysis of Administration staff and efficiency, a
Programs Manager position is eliminated and the confidential secretary aligned with this position is reclassified to
better suit the needs of the Department. In addition, the position of Executive Assistant to the Town Administrator

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has been eliminated; the assignments of both the Programs Manager and the Executive Assistant to the Town
Administrator are re-assigned within the Town Administrator Office.


FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
For each of the major programs and services in the Town Administration Office the following strategic outcomes
are projected for Fiscal Year 2009/2010. Each strategic outcome supports the strategic priorities set by the Town
Council as outlined above.
Grants Administration: To increase grant applications by 10 percent. To determine functional key performance
indicators (KPIs) to measure the true costs of implementing and managing grants received by the Town. To
establish a Town guide for grant applications, processes and administration. (Council Strategic Priority: 2, 3, 4)
Public Information Office: To establish a communication strategy for use throughout the Town. To engage in a
re-branding initiative that aligns Town image with Town mission and priorities. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 3,
5)
Emergency Management: To complete the emergency operations plan and identify all personnel needed to make
this plan operational. To implement a Town-wide emergency pay and reporting policy. To continuously train 100
percent of staff involved in the emergency management plan in NIMS 100. To orient all staff as it relates to their
roles in their specific sections. (Council Strategic Priority: 2, 4, 5)
GIS: To develop all layers required by departments town-wide. To train 100 percent of relevant staff in use of GIS
system applications. To coordinate with emergency management personnel in the use of GIS system during
emergency operations. To create crime mapping for the Police Department. To determine existing fire hydrant
locations and establish emergency route mapping for the Fire Department. To create drainage mapping and
identifying properties at risk for flooding. To identify underground pipe or wires locations within the Town. To
improve existing business tax receipts mapping to ensure 100 percent collection rate of fees. (Council Strategic
Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Contract Administration: To develop a comprehensive contract, franchise, revenue, and grant database to track
and monitor all contracts town-wide. To increase revenues in administration contracts by 5 percent by taking
inventory of all funds and how those funds are currently allotted. (Council Strategic Priority: 2, 3, 4)
Property Acquisition and Annexation: To determine functional key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the
true costs and benefits of land purchased or annexed by the Town. To explore community options in
maintenance of at least 10 percent of these properties. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Floodplain Management: To develop a Flood-specific Public Information Strategy. To revise the Floodplain
Management Ordinance to include stricter flood development standards. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Strategic Planning: To complete the general strategic plan and prepare application for Governor’s Sterling Award.
To participate in the Governor’s Sterling Challenge program with the final version of the strategic plan. To
implement and establish business plans in each department within the Town. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 4)
Economic Development: To develop a strategic plan for economic development within the Town that helps
achieve the strategic objectives of the Town Council. To utilize GIS in the development of a comprehensive land
use map that focuses on economic development. To establish a clear plan for the Town of Davie Economic
Development Council in its partnership with the Town in supporting economic development. To develop a
business resource webpage and other communications for interaction with the Davie business community.
(Council Strategic Priority: 3, 4)


                                    Department’s Key Performance Indicators


Performance                            2005-06      2006-07        2007-08        Projected         Est.
Indicators                              Actual       Actual         Actual         2008-09        2009-10

Citizen Response Tracking                  *            *            1369            1438           1600
                                           *            1              1              1              1
Council Goal Setting
                                           *            *              2              2               *
Session Annexations
                                          1             2              9              4              12
Federal Appropriations Requests
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Performance                               2005-06      2006-07      2007-08      Projected      Est.
Indicators                                 Actual       Actual       Actual       2008-09     2009-10

                                              *            *            4            5           N/A
State Appropriation Requests

New Administrative Policies                   3            2            1            2            5

Media Communications                        Daily        Daily        Daily        Daily        Daily
Advertisements                                *            *           13           13           13

Davie Updates                             4 per year   4 per year   4 per year   4 per year   4 per year

Newspaper articles for historical           Daily        Daily        Daily        Daily        Daily
database




2009-2010 Revised Key Performance Indicators
– (Data to be accumulated this fiscal year)



Total value of land acquired/total cost
of maintaining the land


# of grants applied for/# of grants
received/personnel cost and other
costs involved with
managing/receiving grant

# of layers added to GIS system/total
cost of personnel to add layers/# of
staff utilizing GIS system

# of personnel trained to use
GIS/cost of training of GIS/total
benefit of GIS implementation


# of personnel trained in strategic
planning/cost and time of strategic
planning activities/total benefit of
strategic plan implementation

# of personnel needed to maintain
contracts/total revenues and services
achieved through contracts



* Not available




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                           Town Administrator’s Office
                                 FY 2009/10
                                                                                              Mayor and Town
                                                                                                 Council




                                                                                                  Town
                                                                                               Administrator

                                                                                                                                PIO
                                                                       Administrative Aide                           Public Information Officer
                                                                                                                         Public Relations
                                                                                              Assistant Town                Coordinator
                                                                                              Administrators
                                                                                                    (2)
                                                                       Administrative Aide




                                                                                                                                                  Housing and
                                                                                   Special                                       Planning and
                                    Programs                                                   Engineering     CRA                                 Community
                                                                                   Projects                                         Zoning
                                                                                                                                                  Development



                                    Economic
  Grants/Franchises                                         GIS
                                   Development



                                     Economic
      Program Manager               Development          GIS Manager
                                     Manager




      Grants Coordinator              Secretary




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                           TOWN ADMINISTRATOR DEPARTMENT


                                 FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                            Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $784,292     $789,524         $708,338        $651,763       $664,753
OVERTIME                              $0           $0            $988                $0         $1,394
LONGEVITY                        $12,947           $0           $8,668           $4,941         $2,000
MAYOR'S SALARY                    $9,461       $9,738          $10,064          $12,001       $10,425
COUNCIL'S SALARY                 $47,157      $48,552          $49,855          $50,541       $47,718
FICA                             $57,500      $53,027          $53,200          $47,798       $58,454
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION         $138,577     $145,361         $112,883         $108,550      $163,230
HEALTH INSURANCE                $121,754     $115,359         $112,534          $92,594      $126,624
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $1,929       $2,023           $1,946           $1,865         $2,224
DISABILITY INSURANCE              $4,868       $4,914           $4,224             $798            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE               $1,178,485   $1,168,498      $1,062,700         $970,851     $1,076,822


AUDIT EXPENSE                    $28,400     $112,500         $153,000          $62,500      $100,000
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            $669,729     $579,823         $643,967         $437,744      $439,150
CONTRACTUAL SVC/ADMIN.          $113,680     $102,410         $140,000         $144,140      $110,266
EDUCATION & TRAINING                $192         $105               $0               $0            $0
BOOKS, PUB., MEMBERSHIPS         $28,066      $29,448          $36,750          $33,566       $30,955
VEHICLE USAGE                    $12,103      $19,668          $14,926          $15,568       $10,744
RENTALS & LEASES                 $15,800       $2,197           $1,900             $935         $1,900
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS         $197,272     $109,992          $70,395          $70,392       $62,517
MAYOR'S SPENDING ACCOUNT              $0           $0           $2,000           $1,740         $2,000
DISTRICT 1 SPENDING ACCT            $464         $901           $2,000             $990         $2,000
DISTRICT 2 SPENDING ACCT            $653           $0           $2,000             $974         $2,000
DISTRICT 3 SPENDING ACCT          $4,159       $3,422           $2,000           $1,651         $2,000
DISTRICT 4 SPENDING ACCT          $2,864         $715           $2,000             $442         $2,000
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES          $14,798      $11,865          $16,932          $12,450       $13,000
OFFICE SUPPLIES                       $0           $0           $1,000               $0            $0
SPECIAL PROJECTS                $201,217     $126,146          $82,856          $26,157       $65,356
EMPLOYEE ACTIVITIES              $34,290      $22,413          $25,000          $18,882         $5,000
TREE LEGACY                           $0         $790           $6,000           $1,315         $3,000
MISC.                             $2,319       $4,365           $4,615           $2,059         $3,500
DONATIONS                         $2,500         ($40)              $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING           $12,528      $16,422          $12,000          $11,387       $11,825
COMMUNICATIONS                   $40,190      $30,338          $36,320          $19,566       $34,880
UTILITY SERVICES                  $3,815         $973           $1,105           $1,005         $1,330
FUEL                              $3,874       $5,335           $1,321             $885         $1,350
OPERATING EXPENSE              $1,388,913   $1,179,788      $1,258,087         $864,348      $904,773


CAPITAL OUTLAY                   $10,718      $15,318               $0               $0            $0
GRANT EXPENSES                        $0           $0           $5,800           $4,916            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT              $0           $0           $3,600               $0         $8,999
CAPITAL OUTLAY                   $10,718      $15,318           $9,400           $4,916         $8,999


DEPARTMENT TOTALS              $2,578,116   $2,363,604      $2,330,187        $1,840,115    $1,990,594




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                      TOWN ADMINISTRATOR DEPT - SPECIAL PROJECTS


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
VEHICLE USAGE                      $1,815          $0               $0               $0             $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $2,270      $1,435           $1,585           $1,672         $1,000
SPECIAL PROJECTS                 $191,737    $121,370          $72,856          $53,474       $57,856
EMPLOYEE ACTIVITIES               $34,290     $22,413          $25,000          $18,882         $5,000
TREE LEGACY                           $0        $790            $6,000           $1,315         $3,000
DONATIONS                          $2,500        ($40)              $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $203          $0                $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                      $465         $44            $2,320           $2,936         $2,880
UTILITY SERVICES                   $3,111         $0                $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $236,391    $146,012         $107,761          $78,279       $69,736


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $236,391    $146,012         $107,761          $78,279       $69,736




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                    TOWN ADMINISTRATOR DEPT - LEGISLATIVE SERVICES


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                               $0          $0               $0            $657              $5
MAYOR'S SALARY                     $9,461      $9,738          $10,064          $12,001       $10,425
COUNCIL'S SALARY                  $47,157     $48,552          $49,855          $50,541       $47,718
FICA                               $3,540      $3,655           $4,033           $4,215         $5,996
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $37,987     $41,041          $40,840          $30,626       $37,200
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                 $0           $0               $0              $80          $105
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $1,221      $1,434           $1,170             $249            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $99,366    $104,420         $105,962          $98,369      $101,449


AUDIT EXPENSE                     $28,400    $112,500         $153,000         $122,500      $100,000
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             $105,901     $83,917          $79,167          $66,500            $0
EDUCATION & TRAINING                $192        $105                $0               $0            $0
BOOKS, PUB., MEMBERSHIPS          $28,066     $29,448          $36,750          $34,150       $30,955
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $10,755      $7,848               $0               $0            $0
MAYOR'S SPENDING ACCOUNT              $0          $0            $2,000           $1,767         $2,000
DISTRICT 1 SPENDING ACCT            $464        $901            $2,000             $990         $2,000
DISTRICT 2 SPENDING ACCT            $653          $0            $2,000             $974         $2,000
DISTRICT 3 SPENDING ACCT           $4,159      $3,422           $2,000           $1,933         $2,000
DISTRICT 4 SPENDING ACCT           $2,864       $715            $2,000             $442         $2,000
SPECIAL PROJECTS                   $9,480      $4,776          $10,000           $4,803         $7,500
MISC.                              $2,319      $4,365           $4,615           $2,486         $3,500
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             ($114)         $0                $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $27,057     $17,838          $19,000          $10,056       $17,500
UTILITY SERVICES                    $104        $105             $130              $100          $225
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $220,300    $265,940         $312,662         $246,701      $169,680


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $319,666    $370,360         $418,624         $345,070      $271,129




                                                                                                         49.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                 GENERAL FUND
                 TOWN ADMINISTRATOR DEPT - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


                               FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES           ($41)        $0               $0               $0             $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       ($41)       $0                $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         ($41)       $0                $0               $0            $0




                                                                                                     50.
                            TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                GENERAL FUND
              TOWN ADMINISTRATOR DEPT - BUS TRANSPORTATION SERVIC


                               FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          $449,472    $434,452         $470,000        $276,481       $350,000
CONTRACTUAL SVC/ADMIN.        $113,680    $102,410         $140,000         $122,580      $110,266
OFFICE SUPPLIES                     $0          $0           $1,000               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS   $563,152    $536,862         $611,000         $399,061      $460,266


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS     $563,152    $536,862         $611,000         $399,061      $460,266




                                                                                                      51.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                   TOWN ADMINISTRATOR DEPT - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $488,285    $498,469         $435,104        $445,579       $390,416
LONGEVITY                          $8,150          $0           $3,727           $4,941         $2,000
FICA                              $32,041     $27,595          $28,321          $28,150       $30,414
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $85,765     $86,969          $71,927          $76,483       $95,995
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $43,552     $35,506          $36,629          $33,549       $33,504
WORKER'S COMPENSATION              $1,194      $1,191           $1,137           $1,142         $1,194
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $2,012      $1,795           $1,745             $346            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $660,999    $651,525         $578,590         $590,190      $553,523


VEHICLE USAGE                     $10,288     $17,701               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS          $153,871     $82,656          $70,395          $70,392       $62,517
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $2,745      $4,671           $8,947           $6,069         $7,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $8,846     $10,560           $6,075           $5,803         $6,950
COMMUNICATIONS                     $6,163      $8,063           $9,500           $6,729         $9,500
UTILITY SERVICES                    $600        $603             $750              $704          $775
FUEL                               $3,120      $3,917               $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $185,633    $128,171          $95,667          $89,697       $86,742


TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT               $0          $0               $0               $0         $8,999
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS               $0          $0               $0               $0         $8,999


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $846,632    $779,696         $674,257         $679,887      $649,264




                                                                                                         52.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                   TOWN ADMINISTRATOR DEPT - COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $296,007    $291,055         $273,234        $193,951       $274,332
OVERTIME                               $0          $0            $988                $0         $1,394
LONGEVITY                          $4,797          $0           $4,941               $0            $0
FICA                              $21,919     $21,777          $20,846          $14,223       $22,044
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $52,812     $58,392          $40,956          $30,025       $67,235
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $40,215     $38,812          $35,065          $25,408       $55,920
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $735        $832             $809              $604          $925
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $1,635      $1,685           $1,309             $203            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $418,120    $412,553         $378,148         $264,414      $421,850


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             $114,356     $61,454          $95,650          $73,399       $89,150
VEHICLE USAGE                          $0      $1,967          $14,076          $14,458       $10,744
RENTALS & LEASES                  $15,800      $2,197           $1,900             $851         $1,900
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $32,646     $19,488               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $9,824      $5,759           $7,000           $4,522         $5,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $3,593      $5,862           $5,325           $5,158         $4,875
COMMUNICATIONS                     $6,505      $4,393           $5,500           $2,691         $5,000
UTILITY SERVICES                       $0       $265             $225              $185          $330
FUEL                                $754       $1,418           $1,321             $833         $1,350
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $183,478    $102,803         $130,997         $102,097      $118,349


CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $10,718     $15,318               $0               $0            $0
GRANT EXPENSES                         $0          $0           $5,800           $3,279            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT               $0          $0           $3,600               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS          $10,718     $15,318           $9,400           $3,279            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $612,316    $530,674         $518,545         $369,790      $540,199




                                                                                                         53.
                                           FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                             ENGINEERING

Mission

To review, approve and inspect development plans and projects to ensure all infrastructure installations for
roadways, traffic controls, water distribution, sewer collection, storm water and lighting systems are in compliance
with the town engineering design standards and local, state permitting agencies. Ensure all development projects
are constructed in accordance with the Town Code of Ordinances and meet Town Council’s goal and direction.


Objectives
To develop engineering guidelines and design review checklists to provide timely response to our engineering
community and customers. To review and ensure that all infrastructures are constructed within the Town of Davie
in accordance with the Town Engineering design standards and that all materials and products are high quality for
long lasting, which will prevent high maintenance cost to the Town. To monitor and maintain all construction
projects with effective erosion and sedimentation controls in compliance with NPDES requirements. To ensure all
as-built and all building elevation certificates are accurate, complete and maintained properly. To provide
research of engineering records and documents and provide timely responses to requests from residents, HOA’s,
engineering communities, internal departments, administrators and Town Council members. To effectively assist
residents, property owners, contractors, governmental agencies and the general public with questions and
concerns regarding engineering functions. To provide supporting engineering functions to Development Review
Committee, Bid Spec Committee, Open Space, Safety Committee, Vehicle User meetings and various town
departments.


Major Programs and Services
    •   Engineering Design Standards and Specifications Management Program:
        Continuously maintain and incorporate new industry related technology, materials and specifications into
        the approved Town of Davie engineering design standards Manual.
    •   National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Program:
        Monitor, Inspect and report data on all active projects for required storm water management plans to
        ensure compliance with (NPDES) requirements. Issue notices of violation and fines for non-compliance.
        Provide (NPDES) annual report to Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
    •   Floodplain Management Program:
        Provide assistance in Floodplain Management (FEMA) Program. Perform site survey, drainage
        investigation, reviews and provide recommendations for drainage improvements to the properties.
    •   Roadway Master Plan Program:
        Provide effective analytical review of Local Road Master Plan Study. Prioritize the recommended
        roadway improvements based on traffic demands and safety. Provide recommendations of roadway
        improvements to the Capital Improvement Program Administrator.
    •   Bond Maintenance Program:
        Receive, review and maintain letters of credit and performance bonds as required by Sec. 12-329 of
        Town code of ordinances to ensure infrastructure is installed, inspected and completed per approved
        plans. This includes monitoring, renewing, reducing and releasing bonds as directed by the Town
        Engineer and the Town Attorney.




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    •   Traffic Safety Program:
        Review and investigate traffic concerns and complaints from residents and the public. Evaluate traffic
        circumstances. Coordinate with Broward County Traffic Engineering Department for assistance in
        performing traffic studies. Provide recommendation and solution to the town administration and provide
        response to the public.
    •   Record Drawings Maintenance Program:
        Require as-built plans after constructions of development are completed. Review and verify as-built for
        accuracy. Ensure all installations are in conformance with the approved engineering plans and permits.
        Organize as-built plans in proper engineering filing system.
    •   Engineering Plan Review Services:
        Review all engineering permits plans to ensure conformance with Town of Davie code of ordinances and
        engineering design standards. These permit plans include, but are not limited to, roadway & parking,
        water distribution systems, sanitary sewer collection systems, storm water management systems, AT&T,
        FP&L, Comcast, Teco Gas utility plans and maintenance of traffic (MOT) plans.
    •   Building Permit Plan Review Services:
        Review and approval of building permit plans to ensure conformance with Town of Davie code of
        ordinances and engineering design standards. These building permit plans include, but are not limited to,
        single family homes, pools, decks, fences, patios, building additions, mobile homes and lighting systems.
    •   Engineering Permit Review Services:
        Issue all engineering permits for approved water systems, sanitary sewer systems, drainage systems,
        paving, grading, lighting photometric, earthwork, clearing and grubbing, bridges, sidewalks, maintenance
        of traffic, seawalls, lake excavation, docks, directional bores and utility permits, etc.
    •   Engineering Inspection Services:
        Provide safe, efficient and effective inspections of water distribution systems, sanitary sewer collection
        systems, storm water management systems, roadway and parking improvements. This includes
        inspections of all public and private projects, FPL, AT&T, communication, cable, and gas companies that
        engineering to which permits have been issued or may be required to obtain engineering permits and
        building permits. Ensure that work is performed according to approved plans and to ensure compliance
        with Town, County and State requirements. Provide written inspections punch lists and require
        applicants/customers to complete outstanding work. Verify that building elevation certificates comply with
        requirements.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
To meet required budget cuts, the hiring of a Town Engineer has been delayed. The present Assistant Town
Engineer, a Professional Engineer, currently acting as the Town Engineer and the current engineering staff are
able to handle the present work load. Therefore, the delay of hiring of a Town Engineer has no critical impact to
the Engineering Division for FY 09-10. There will be no upgrades or new hires. In previous years, legal expenses
were under Town Clerk’s budget. In FY2010, they are included in Engineering’s budget. Education has been
reduced by over 50%. The Engineering Division will work with the Building Division for additional cost savings
and efficiency.


Important Projects:
Review and manage all NSU infrastructure construction projects for roadways, new water distribution systems
and sewer plant.
Assist Planning Division in planning and design of Oakes Road connection to the South Florida Educational
Center.
Assist Planning Division in the development of a drainage master plan for Transit Oriented Corridor Area (T.O.C).
Coordinate with FDOT in reviewing plans for I-595 Expansion and reversible Express/Toll Lanes.




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Coordinate with FDOT in the process of I-75 PD & E Study.
Coordinate with the Turnpike Authority/FDOT during construction of Florida Turnpike Widening projects
Assist Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) in providing engineering plan reviews and construction
inspections of Eastside Davie Infrastructure improvements.


FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
   •   Engineering Design Standards and Specifications Management:
       By continuing to develop and adopt new technical design specifications and utilizing cutting edge
       practices and materials, the town will reduce expenditures on maintenance of existing infrastructure.
   •   National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES):
       By monitoring 100% of active NPDES permits, the town will achieve compliance with state and county co-
       permitee requirements. This compliance allows the town to spread the cost of the annual permit with
       other municipalities resulting in a savings to the town.
   •   Floodplain Management:
       Respond to resident’s requests 100% on related flood problems. Assist the Program Manager to maintain
       the current community insurance rating. Perform site survey, effective drainage investigation, reviews and
       recommendations for drainage improvements to the properties.
   •   Roadway Master Plan:
       Prioritize roadway according to traffic needs and available funds. Make recommendations to Program
       Administrator for roadways improvements for 2010: SW 39th Street and College Avenue.
   •   Bond Maintenance:
       Monitor and track 100% surety bonds, Letters of Credit for expiration dates and required renewals.
       Engineering Division has accomplished all notifications/requests to the bond owners and successfully call
       on the bonds with assistance from the Town Attorney if the work is not completed as required by Sec. 12-
       329 of Town code of ordinances.
   •   Traffic Safety:
       Respond to 100% of traffic inquiries and complaints. Provide recommendations for improvement within a
       week after receiving feedback from Broward County Traffic Engineering Division (BCTED).
   •   Record Drawings Maintenance:
       Receive as much as 100% of as-built plans after constructions of development are completed. Review
       and verify all infrastructures installed for conformance with the approved engineering plans and permits.
       Notify the project Engineer of Records for corrections accordingly. Organize as-built plans in proper
       engineering filing system.
   •   Engineering Plan Review:
       Engineering’s plan review process is very successful. The engineering community is extremely confident
       with our engineering checklists and guidelines during plan submittals. One hundred percent of
       engineering plan reviews are returned to applicants on time.
   •   Building Permit Plan Review:
       Review all required building department permit plans within the departmental assigned review times.
   •   Engineering Permit Review:
       Issue all engineering permits within 10 days of submittal. Currently, 100% of engineering permit plan
       reviews are returned to applicants on time. Arrange project pre-construction meetings and provide
       closeout written instructions to the owner/contractor in order to complete the project in a timely fashion.
   •   Engineering Inspections:
       Provide safe, efficient and effective inspections. Ensure that work is performed according to approved
       plans and to ensure compliance with Town, County and State requirements. Provide written inspections


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          punch lists and require applicants/customers to complete outstanding work. Verify that building elevation
          certificates comply with requirements.


                                    Department’s Key Performance Indicators
* Not available


Performance                            2005-06      2006-07       2007-08       Projected        Est.
Indicator                               Actual       Actual        Actual        2008-09       2009-10
% of Engineering permits plans
                                           *            *             *           100%           100%
issued within 2 weeks.
Number of Engineering Inspections        4754         3641          4383           4392          4380

NPDES inspections & Annual Report          *          339           821            800            480

% of staff certified                       *            *             *           100%           100%

Revenue Collected per Code              100%          100%         100%           100%           100%

Mobile Technology                          *            *             *          Pending      In Progress




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      Engineering Division
           FY2010




                                                      Assistant Town Engineer
                                                      (Acting Town Engineer)




                                     Chief
                                                                                Office Supervisor
                                  Engineering
                                   Inspector




                             Engineering Inspectors                               Permit Clerk
                                       3




58.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                 GENERAL FUND
                              ENGINEERING DIVISION


                               FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                      $668,920     $628,946         $648,796        $548,763       $577,596
OVERTIME                          $222         $427           $1,079               $0         $8,387
LONGEVITY                       $2,000           $0           $2,750               $0         $3,000
FICA                           $48,446      $46,430          $48,114          $41,204       $44,336
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION       $109,626     $112,672         $109,364          $90,984      $123,870
HEALTH INSURANCE               $80,130      $78,521          $76,664          $80,947       $94,800
WORKER'S COMPENSATION           $8,226       $8,212           $8,740           $9,319       $10,300
DISABILITY INSURANCE            $3,483       $3,642           $3,759             $548            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE              $921,053     $878,850         $899,266         $771,765      $862,289


LEGAL EXPENSE                       $0           $0               $0               $0         $5,000
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           $15,364      $39,816          $58,584          $18,605       $50,560
VEHICLE USAGE                  $13,158      $12,983          $38,289          $37,680       $33,928
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS        $25,703      $29,436          $30,447          $30,444       $30,784
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES         $9,525      $12,167          $10,127          $10,344         $8,812
POLLUTANT DISCHARGE FEE        $14,774      $16,328          $22,501          $17,001       $18,000
UNIFORMS                        $1,863       $2,734           $2,720           $1,193         $2,570
EDUCATION AND TRAINING         $16,212       $8,783          $27,354           $3,634        $9,949
COMMUNICATIONS                 $12,118       $7,474          $20,992           $5,894        $9,480
UTILITY SERVICES                  $131         $119            $280              $264          $285
FUEL                            $8,372      $10,691          $15,855           $6,032        $9,873
OPERATING EXPENSE             $117,220     $140,531         $227,149         $131,091      $179,241


CAPITAL OUTLAY                 $32,869      $17,654          $10,000          $10,000            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT            $0           $0          $27,468           $4,918       $16,965
CAPITAL OUTLAY                 $32,869      $17,654          $37,468          $14,918       $16,965


DEPARTMENT TOTALS            $1,071,142   $1,037,035      $1,163,883         $917,774     $1,058,495




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                                FISCAL YEAR 2010
                  Town Administrator – Planning and Zoning Division

Mission

Staff of the Planning and Zoning Division are dedicated to ensuring that the past, present, and future development
of the Town of Davie is consistent with the vision of the Town Council while providing for the public’s safety and
well being.


Objectives
•   Work closely with applicants, the general public, other departments and governmental entities to ensure that
    all Town goals, policies and objectives are properly communicated, implemented and enforced.
•   Meet the requirements of Florida’s Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development
    Regulation Act, and exceed such requirements when necessary to distinguish the Town as a leader in
    planning and community development.
•   Complete plans to protect the existing Town fabric in the non-urban areas and ensure that the regulations are
    properly communicated to the public.
•   Coordinate with state, local and regional agencies as partners in the Town’s redevelopment strategies.
    Complete and implement plans to encourage growth in the identified urban areas. Develop partnerships with
    the local business community to identify economic opportunities in cooperation with the South Florida
    Education Center as well as other opportunities within the identified redevelopment areas.
•   Help to develop, promote and implement sustainable development practices, such as “green building”
    certification, transit-oriented development and tree preservation.
•   Improve institutional memory through electronic archival of site plans, planning studies and similar materials,
    thereby ensuring the long term survival of the documents, reducing the need for on-site and off-site storage,
    and improving the efficiency of information retrieval. Implement Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools
    to enhance both the quality and quantity of work.
•   Administration of the Planning and Zoning Board, Local Planning Agency, Site Plan Committee, Development
    Review Committee and Green Energy and Environmental Committee.


Major Programs and Services
•   Development Review. Review of site plans, plats and similar development applications for compliance with
    the land development regulations, including landscape and irrigation requirements.
•   Comprehensive Planning. Preparation of the state-mandated comprehensive plan and all related
    amendments, preparation of land development regulations and provision of policy advice on land use to the
    Town Administrator, Town Council and various appointed boards and committees.
•   Permit Review. Review of building, engineering, clearing/grubbing and similar permit applications for
    compliance with approved site plans and/or land development regulations.
•   Tree Preservation. Review of tree removal/relocation applications for compliance with tree preservation
    requirements, ensuring on-site or off-site mitigation as appropriate. Assist in the prosecution or remediation
    of tree abuse, illegal landclearing and similar offenses.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
In response to the reduced demand for new development and general reductions in revenue, the Zoning
Inspector, Administrative Secretary, Zoning Clerk, Chief Landscape Inspector and Landscape Inspector positions
have been eliminated. In order to meet the identified goals and objectives, customer service, inspections and
administrative duties will be distributed to other staff as needed and a new Planner II position has been added.



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In order to improve and streamline customer service, the Business Tax Receipt function is being transferred to the
Fire/Rescue Department (to be incorporated with other customer service functions of the Building and
Engineering Divisions).
Town-wide projects include:
        Implementation of the Local Road Master Plan;
        Zoning code update;
        Coordination on the 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan.
Redevelopment projects include:
        Comprehensive Plan Amendment to provide additional density for the Regional Activity Center (RAC);
        Define architectural standards for the RAC;
        Planning and grant-writing for the Oakes Road Bridge and other projects;
        Adopt land development regulations for the Transit Oriented Corridor.


FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes


Development Review Outcomes:
        Complete initial review of site plan and site plan modification applications and provide written comments
        to applicants within 45 days (Town Council Strategic Priorities 1,2).
        Provide written comments to applicants within 30 days for “Priority” projects delivering affordable housing
        or having high economic development potential (Town Council Strategic Priorities 2, 4,5).
        Enforce fee schedule to recoup cost of review services, including hourly charges for services outside of
        the standard review procedures (Town Council Strategic Priorities 2).
        Maintain accurate records of approved site plans (Town Council Strategic Priorities 1, 2).
Permit Review Outcomes:
        Perform inspections on all new development sites to ensure compliance with items not inspected by
        others, such as architectural features (Town Council Strategic Priorities 2, 5).
        Perform landscape inspections in all situations where a landscape permit is required to ensure
        compliance with landscape requirements (Town Council Strategic Priorities 2, 5).
        Provide an answer to all questions submitted through Gov Q/A within three days (Town Council Strategic
        Priorities 1, 2).


Comprehensive Planning Outcomes:
        Attend at least 90% meetings of the Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Technical Coordinating
        Committee and the School District’s Staff Working Group (Town Council Strategic Priorities 3, 4, 5).
        Assist the Green Energy and Environmental Committee in preparing written goals and objectives for
        Town Council Consideration (Town Council Strategic Priorities 3, 4, 5).
        Maintain web pages for all major planning initiatives, such as the Local Road Master Plan, State Road 7
        Master Plan and Regional Activity Center Master Plan (Town Council Strategic Priorities 3, 4, 5).


                                  Department’s Key Performance Indicators
Performance                          2005-06       2006-07       2007-08        Projected        Est.
Indicator                             Actual        Actual        Actual         2008-09       2009-10
Development Application Reviews         174           126          126             113           120

Permit Reviews                         3,281          3,598        2,387          2,229          2,500
Landscape Inspections                   350            704          154            293            300

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Performance                              2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   Projected     Est.
Indicator                                 Actual    Actual    Actual    2008-09    2009-10
Zoning Inspections                        2,223     2,474      410        11         10

Community Meetings                          5        30        18          5          5

Responses to Gov Q/A                       n/a       n/a       n/a        10         10

Percent of Priority projects receiving     n/a       n/a       n/a        n/a       100%
comments in 30 days

Percent of projects complying with         n/a       n/a       n/a        n/a       100%
fee schedule

Attendance at TCC (MPO) and Staff          n/a       n/a       n/a        n/a       100%
Working Group (Schools)

Percent of master plans on website         n/a       n/a      20%         n/a       100%




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Planning & Zoning Division
         FY 2010




                                  Town
                               Administrator



                              Planning and
                             Zoning Manager




                                   Deputy
                             Planning and Zoning
                                  Manager




                                  Planner III
                                  Planner II
                                  Planner II
                              Office Supervisor




                                                   63.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                  GENERAL FUND
                            PLANNING & ZONING DIVISION


                               FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                      $625,994     $619,980         $633,559        $584,332       $506,754
OVERTIME                        $2,362           $0           $2,598             $175         $3,219
LONGEVITY                       $5,829           $0           $5,525           $1,587         $4,022
FICA                           $46,342      $46,030          $49,156          $44,741       $41,398
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION       $109,752     $105,333         $117,749         $108,793      $125,723
HEALTH INSURANCE               $92,211      $78,550          $78,568          $73,889       $90,960
WORKER'S COMPENSATION           $4,288       $4,366           $1,858           $1,742         $4,577
DISABILITY INSURANCE            $3,584       $3,707           $3,986             $666            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE              $890,362     $857,966         $892,999         $815,925      $776,653


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           $86,695     $410,513         $135,858          $44,957       $61,000
MAPPING PROJECT                   $945       $1,717           $2,250               $0            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                  $28,947      $29,037          $19,460          $22,851       $19,508
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS        $43,171      $48,876          $51,466          $51,468       $48,110
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES        $24,996      $19,040          $39,904          $14,780       $35,522
TREE PRESERVATION EXP.              $0      $17,455               $0               $0            $0
P&Z GRANTS EXPENSE              $1,703       $3,490         $150,000         $150,000            $0
COST RECOVERY                  $44,612      $44,154         $200,000               $0      $200,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING         $19,773       $6,462           $6,900           $3,925         $7,488
COMMUNICATIONS                 $15,161       $9,435           $7,824           $6,745         $5,412
UTILITY SERVICES                  $750         $776            $950              $910          $975
FUEL                                $0           $0               $0               $0         $2,403
OPERATING EXPENSE             $266,753     $590,955         $614,612         $295,636      $380,418


CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $154         $529               $0               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT            $0           $0          $23,703          $20,995         $9,390
CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $154         $529          $23,703          $20,995         $9,390


DEPARTMENT TOTALS            $1,157,269   $1,449,450      $1,531,314        $1,132,556    $1,166,461




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                   DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPT - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION


                                   FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $333,751    $185,664               $0               $0             $0
LONGEVITY                           $6,488          $0               $0               $0            $0
FICA                               $23,448     $11,276               $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $60,156     $37,370               $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $31,716     $24,442               $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                $838        $464                $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $1,374       $812                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $457,771    $260,028               $0               $0            $0


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                $1,900      $4,561               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $12,747     $20,496               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES             $2,036       $836            $1,674           $1,674            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $7,680       $247            $5,340           $5,340            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                       $343       $1,195               $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                       $87         $79               $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $24,793     $27,414           $7,014           $7,014            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         $482,564    $287,442           $7,014           $7,014            $0




                                                                                                          65.
                                          FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                          Budget and Finance

Mission
To develop and implement fiscally sound plans to enhance, safeguard, and use the Town’s financial resources
and to provide analysis and recommendations that ensure optimal economic outcomes to the public, Town
Council, outside agencies, and other Town staff as requested and appropriate.

Objectives
General Accounting:
•   Coordinate with the Town’s auditors, provide account reconciliations, and audit schedules to expedite the
    audit process and reduce the time needed to complete the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
•   Continue to provide timely financial information and analyses to facilitate the proper administration of the
    Town.
•   Ensure financial liquidity to meet normal operating and contingent obligations.
•   Provide training/education opportunities to Town accounting personnel.
•   Assist departments with their budget questions in a timely and comprehensive manner.

Budgeting:
•   Coordinate the preparation of the annual operating budget document and adopt the final budget in
    compliance with State statutory requirements and deadlines.
•   Adopt a balanced budget without using significant portions of the Town’s reserves.
•   Provide informative and timely budget training to departments.
•   Provide training/educational opportunities to Town budget personnel.

Procurement:
•   To ensure timely coordination of all procurement functions in compliance with Federal, State and local rules
    and regulations Town.

Payroll:
•   To ensure timely coordination of all payroll functions in compliance with Federal, State and local rules and
    Town regulations.

Customer Utilities Service:
•   Coordinate the preparation of the monthly bills and ensure timely and accurate distribution of bills to
    customers.

Major Programs and Services
General Accounting – Prepare internal account reconciliations and journal entries for all Town accounts as
appropriate. Properly record all cash receipts into the appropriate Town accounts and manage the collection of
the Town’s accounts receivables. Account for the fixed assets and other closely controlled assets of the Town.
Financial information is provided to requesting agencies, including financial reports for management, auditors,
state and federal agencies, including preparation of the annual financial report. Debt financing is arranged for the
Town and Town debt is paid when due in accordance with debt obligations. Investments are managed in
accordance with the Town’s investment policy with an emphasis on safeguarding principal while monitoring daily
liquidity needs and then trying to maximize earnings. Pay all Town related bills according to established Town
procedures and controls
Budget – Coordinate and direct all Town departments in order to prepare the annual budget documents for the
Town Administrator and Town Council. Prepare all budget revisions, amendments and budget monitoring reports
during the fiscal year.
Procurement – Review all Town expenditures for compliance with Town purchasing policy including formal and
informal bid items. Serve as contract administrator for the Town with the outside vehicle maintenance contractor,
as well as contract administration support for all Town contracts as needed.
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Payroll – Prepare the Town payroll for all Town employees, including state and federal payroll reports as required.
Process payroll related deduction and benefit payments.
Utility Customer Service – Bill and collect for water and sewer service provided by the Town of Davie Utility
System on a monthly cycle billing schedule. Provide customer support in person and over the telephone.

FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
Four part time college intern positions have been eliminated from the budget for fiscal year 2010. We regret the
need to eliminate these positions because of budget constraints. A number of our long-term valued employees
started their employment with the Town as college interns. These positions had provided a relatively low cost
labor source for the Town for many years. The estimated cost savings from eliminating these four positions for
fiscal year 2010 is $31,148.
One full time permit clerk position will be transferred to the Budget and Finance Department from the Business
Tax Receipts Division to centralize more of the cash receipting and reporting functions in the Budget and Finance
Department. This is anticipated to allow the remaining Business Tax Receipts Division personnel to concentrate
primarily on customer service while the Budget and Finance personnel will be responsible for depositing and
reporting the transactions.

FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
    •   Maintain or improve the Town’s current bond ratings.
    •   Maintain financial reserves of 25% of General Fund budgeted expenditures.
    •   Lower Non General Obligation debt per capita.
    •   Adopt the Annual Budget in compliance with all TRIM requirements.
    •   High percentage of bid selection committee recommendations ratified by council.
    •   Minimal percentage of items rejected by Accounts Payable.
    •   Minimal percentage of payroll corrections.
    •   Coordinate the preparation of the monthly utility bills and ensure timely and accurate distribution of bills to
        customers.


                                     Department’s Key Performance Indicators

 Performance Indicator                   2005-06       2006-07         2007-08       Projected           Est.
                                          Actual        Actual          Actual        2008-09          2009-10
 GENERAL ACCOUNTING:
 Timely Completion of CAFR                  *              *               *               1               1
 Timely Month End Close                     *              *               *              13              13
 Number of A/P Checks Issued                *              *               *            5,000           5,000
 Dollar Value of A/P Checks Issued          *              *               *         $49,288,356     $49,288,356
 Total Active Funds                         *              *               *              21              21
 Number of Bank Reconciliations/            *              *               *              19              19
 Investment/Pensions
 General Fund Expenditures Allocated        *              *               *             9%               9%
 to Debt Service (%)
 Bond Compliance –Debt Service              *              *               *             Yes             Yes
 payment and arbitrage
 Number of Training Hours provided          *              *               *              8               8
 Maintaining Current                        *              *               *             Yes             Yes
 Certification/State Licenses and
 Professional Memberships
 Training/Semester Hours                    *              *               *             496             656
 Maintain or Improve Current Bond           *              *               *             **A+            **A+
 Ratings




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Performance Indicator                   2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   Projected         Est.
                                         Actual    Actual    Actual    2008-09        2009-10
Maintained Financial Reserves of           *         *         *          Yes            Yes
25% of General Fund Budgeted
Expenditures
Non General Obligation Debt Per            *         *         *          $33            $23
Capita

BUDGET:
Number of Budget Transfer Requests         *         *         *          10             10
– Under $1,000
Produce Monthly Financial                  *         *         *           9              9
Statements
Percent of Internal/External Budget        *         *         *         100%           100%
Deadlines Met
Number of Budget                           *         *         *          35             20
Transfer/Amendment Requests over
$1,000
Annual Budget Kick Off Meeting             *         *         *           1              1
Adoption of Annual Budget                  *         *         *           1              1


PROCUREMENT:
Number of Items Timely Scheduled           *         *         *          96             96
for Bid Spec Committee Review
Travel Request Process                     *         *         *         5,000          4,000
Check Request Form Processed               *         *         *         2,000          2,500
Number of Purchase Orders                  *         *         *          600            600
Formal Bids Processed                      *         *         *          140            150
Number of Credit Cards Transaction         *         *         *         6,500          7,000
Number of Informal Bid Processed           *         *         *           90            100
Percentage of Bids Awarded Within          *         *         *         95%            97%
Estimated Project Budget
Number of Department Training              *         *         *           0              5
Sessions
Number of Training Hours Provided          *         *         *           0             10
Maintaining Current Certification and      *         *         *          Yes            Yes
Professional Memberships
Training/Semester Hours                    *         *         *          10             10
Percentage of Bid Selection                *         *         *         98%            98%
Committee Recommendations
Approve By Council
Percentage of Items Rejected By            *         *         *          ½%             ½%
Accounts Payable

PAYROLL:
Percentage of Payroll and Related          *         *         *         100%           100%
Taxes Paid in Timely Manner
Number of Payroll Checks/Direct            *         *         *      2,300/15,000   2,000/16,000
Deposit Issued
Number of Voided Payroll Checks            *         *         *           8              5
Payroll Paid As Approved by                *         *         *         100%           100%
Department Directors
Number of Training Session Held            *         *         *           2              1
Number of Training Hours Provided          *         *         *          120            60
Maintaining Current Certification and      *         *         *          Yes            Yes
Professional Memberships
Training/Semester Hours                    *         *         *          380            400

                                                                                                    68.
 Performance Indicator                   2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   Projected        Est.
                                          Actual    Actual    Actual    2008-09       2009-10
 Minimal Percentage of Payroll              *         *         *         5%            2%
 Corrections

 UTILITIES CUSTOMER SERVICE:
 Timely Response to Lien Inquiries          *         *         *        100%          100%
 Percentage of Customer Requested           *         *         *        100%          100%
 Work Orders Submitted to Field
 Operations with 24 hours
 Percentage of Deposited Items              *         *         *        100%          100%
 Transmitted to Bank for Deposit Next
 Business Day After Receipt
 Percentage Allowed For Uncollectible       *         *         *         1%             1%

 Bill Sent In A Timely Manner               *         *         *         85%            85%
 Customer Service Training                  *         *         *       24 hours       40 hours
 Semester Hours                             *         *         *           0              0
 Minimal Percentage of Billing              *         *         *       Less than   Less than ½ %
 Corrections Due To Utilities Customer                                    ½%
 Service Error


* Not available
**Standard & Poor’s




                                                                                                    69.
BUDGET & FINANCE DEPARTMENT
FY2009/10
                                                                 Town Administrator




                                                                                                Assistant Town
                                                                                                 Administrator


                                                                Budget and Finance
                                                                     Director




                                                                 Deputy Budget and
                                Administrative Aide                                                Budget Manager
                                                                  Finance Director




                         Customer Service
                                                      Payroll Technician         Procurement Manager             Accounting Manager
                            Supervisor



  Customer Service
   Representative
                                                      Payroll Assistant                 Buyer                        Accountant II




     Cashier                  Cashier

                                                                                        Buyer                        Accountant I




                                                                                                                    Finance Clerk II




                                                                                                                    Finance Clerk I




                                                                                                                    Finance Clerk I




                                                                                                                      Permit Clerk




                                                                                                                                       70.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                           BUDGET AND FINANCE DEPARTMENT


                                 FY 2007       FY 2008           FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                            Actual        Actual    Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $822,128      $792,984          $838,683        $787,088       $802,086
OVERTIME                            $688        $1,758            $4,429               $0            $0
LONGEVITY                        $23,541            $0           $21,987               $0       $10,860
FICA                             $61,113       $59,706           $63,627          $59,530       $61,569
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION         $142,595      $152,996          $148,853         $142,147      $194,606
HEALTH INSURANCE                $108,573      $105,847          $105,140         $105,099      $129,769
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $2,059        $2,272            $2,505           $2,523         $2,641
DISABILITY INSURANCE              $4,346        $4,705            $4,875             $894            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE               $1,165,043    $1,120,268       $1,190,099        $1,097,281    $1,201,531


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             $56,501       $14,544           $53,506             $335         $5,500
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS         $215,231      $229,080           $56,269          $56,232       $71,793
OFFICE & MISC. EXP.              $59,053       $11,321           $24,271          $15,316       $20,604
LEGAL ADVERTISING                 $1,514        $1,500            $2,000               $0         $2,000
IMPROPER P.O. FEES                ($2,750)      ($1,000)              $0            ($500)           $0
457 PLAN ADMIN. FEES              $1,300        $1,300            $1,825           $1,382         $1,500
EDUCATION AND TRAINING           $17,944        $7,809           $11,985          $10,557         $9,000
COMMUNICATIONS                   $12,351        $8,004            $7,500           $5,778         $7,500
UTILITY SERVICES                    $236          $244             $300              $292          $320
OPERATING EXPENSE               $361,380      $272,802          $157,656          $89,392      $118,217


EQUIPMENT                         $4,088        $7,363                $0               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT              $0            $0           $11,480          $11,480       $11,825
CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $4,088        $7,363           $11,480          $11,480       $11,825


DEPARTMENT TOTALS              $1,530,511    $1,400,433       $1,359,235        $1,198,153    $1,331,573




                                                                                                           71.
                                           FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                           Town Clerk’s Office


Mission

We pledge to provide the highest degree of excellence and professional commitment to ensure that the services
and products provided are recognized by the citizens, Council and co-workers as being superior in our field. We
also pledge to provide high quality customer service in a timely manner to Council, the general public, co-workers,
and other governmental agencies.

Objectives

Publish Town Council agenda.
Maintain and provide access to public records as mandated by Florida Statute
Facilitate the execution of approved resolutions and ordinances.
Ensure the provision of legal opinions requested of the Town Attorney by other departments and Town Council.
Transfer records to offsite records storage center.
Conduct Town Council elections in March.
Review and revise, as needed, the Town Clerk’s Office procedure manual.
Provide consistent and accurate communication with external stakeholders via the GovQa Citizen Support Center
(CSC) portal.
Continue to leverage technology to streamline processes and maximize office productivity.

Major Programs and Services

GovQa Citizen Support Center (CSC) Administration – The GovQa CSC allows for interactive communication
between Town stakeholders and staff. The Town Clerk’s Office is responsible for the administration of the system
to ensure that it is operating efficiently.

EasyAgenda Administration/Town Council Production – The Town Clerk’s Office is responsible for the production
of the Town Council agenda. Our office introduced the automated workflow software EasyAgenda to streamline
the agenda production process. The Office remains the administrator of this program to ensure that it is operating
efficiently.

Elections – The Office is responsible for qualifying candidates for the Town Council. It is also responsible for
ensuring that all election activities are coordinated and executed in compliance with state law.

Public Records Requests – The Town Clerk’s Office is charged with ensuring that all requests for records are
provided in compliance with Florida’s Sunshine Law which places great emphasis on allowing public access to
Town records.

Town Attorney Requests – The Office serves as the clearinghouse for requests for legal opinions from the Town
Attorney for all departments.

Board Secretary – The Town Clerk’s Office serves as the board secretary for various Town boards/committees
including, but not limited to, Town Council, Site Plan, Planning & Zoning, Agricultural Advisory, and others
convened according to the Town Charter.

Lien Requests – The Office processes hundreds of lien requests for title companies and other parties interested in
determining whether any encumbrances exist on property located within the Town.

Records Management – The Town Clerk’s Office serves as the Records Management Liason to the State Bureau
of Archives and Records Management. As such, the Office must ensure that the Town’s records are retained
according to mandated schedules, and disposed of according to established specifications.

Emergency Management (Logistics Section) – this newly assigned responsibility requires that the Town Clerk’s
Office manage the operations of the County’s Point of Distribution (POD) site during an emergency if one is
deployed. It also requires that necessary equipment and supplies are procured and tracked.
                                                                                                                   72.
FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
All line items have been reduced, and in some cases increased, to achieve state or Town mandated objectives.


FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
•   Publish and post agenda for ample review by Town Council and the public (SP:excellence in service delivery).

•   Promptly route and respond to public records requests (SP commitment to customer satisfaction, and
    excellence in service delivery).

•   Provide all stakeholders with ample notice of meetings (SP commitment to customer satisfaction, and
    excellence in service delivery).

•   Promptly provide all stakeholders with an approved record of meeting proceedings (SP commitment to
    customer satisfaction, and excellence in service delivery).

•   Promptly and accurately provide lien information (SP commitment to customer satisfaction, excellence in
    service delivery, creating an environment that is conducive to innovation, creativity, and collaboration, and
    nurturing the health, safety, and welfare of the community).

•   Electronically provide approved resolutions and ordinances to internal stakeholders (SP commitment to
    customer satisfaction, and excellence in service delivery).

•   Process Town Attorney requests (SP commitment to customer satisfaction, and excellence in service
    delivery).

•   Process and complete all records management requests (SP commitment to customer satisfaction, and
    excellence in service delivery).

•   Promptly respond to all GovQa customer notifications (SP commitment to customer satisfaction, excellence in
    service delivery, creating an environment that is conducive to innovation, creativity, and collaboration, and
    nurturing the health, safety, and welfare of the community).

•   Conduct March elections in compliance with State law (SP commitment to customer satisfaction, excellence
    in service delivery, creating an environment that is conducive to innovation, creativity, and collaboration, and
    nurturing the health, safety, and welfare of the community).

•   Promptly provide election related information via the web (SP commitment to customer satisfaction,
    excellence in service delivery, creating an environment that is conducive to innovation, creativity, and
    collaboration, and nurturing the health, safety, and welfare of the community).



                                       Department’s Key Performance Indicators
* No longer being measured
Performance                              2005-06    2006-07       2007-08        Projected        Est.
Indicator                                 Actual     Actual        Actual         2008-09       2009-10
% of approved budget expended for           __         __            __              __            99%
March election

% of agendae published three                __         __            __              __            98%
business days before Town Council
Meeting.

% of records transferred to offsite         __         __            __              __            90%
records storage within 3 business
days of receiving accurate requests

% of Town Clerk’s Office records            __         __            __              __            90%
requests completed within 3 business
days
                                                                                                                    73.
Performance                             2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   Projected     Est.
Indicator                                Actual    Actual    Actual    2008-09    2009-10

% of meeting notices posted on the        __        __        __         __        95%
web and in the Town Hall Lobby not
later than 48 hours prior to the
meeting.

% of office documents scanned             __        __        __         __        90%
within 5 business days
% of minutes posted on the web            __        __        __         __        90%
within 2 business days of approval.

% of lien requests completed within 5     __        __        __         __        90%
business days.

% of approved resolutions and             __        __        __         __        90%
ordinances posted on server within 3
business days of Town Council
meeting

% of Town Attorney control number         __        __        __         __        95%
requests processed within 1 business
day

# of reviews to Town Clerk’s Office       __        __        __         __          1
procedure manual

% of GovQa customer notifications         __        __        __         __        90%
responded to within 3 business days.

% of election related reports posted      __        __        __         __        95%
on the web within 2 business days.


Council Agenda Packets Prepared*          264       264       264        207         0
Minutes Transcribed*                      44        47        45         37          0
Board minutes transcribed by the
                                          58        72        48         40          0
Town Clerk’s Office*
Public Records Requested*                 186       202       204        176         0
Requests for Offsite Records*            362       386       344        373          0
Offsite Records Transferred*              235      1273      452        510          0
Registration of Vehicles*                  49       51        47         44          0
Lien Requests*                           1927      1700      1100       1390         0
Control Numbers Requested*               145       169       144         129         0




                                                                                            74.
Town Clerk’s Office
   FY2009/10




                        Town Administrator




                            Town Clerk




                       Assistant Town Clerk




                      Administrative Secretary




                          Office Assistant




                          Office Assistant




                          Office Assistant




                                                 75.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                GENERAL FUND
                            TOWN CLERK DEPARTMENT


                               FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009        FY 2010
Account                          Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures   Appropriation
SALARIES                      $333,662    $343,766         $357,279        $291,398       $338,242
OVERTIME                        $3,235      $1,890           $5,055           $1,292         $5,183
LONGEVITY                       $7,297          $0           $7,441               $0         $2,500
FICA                           $25,309     $26,132          $27,677          $22,501        $28,030
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION        $59,697     $69,569          $67,854          $55,277        $83,742
HEALTH INSURANCE               $41,493     $42,862          $43,855          $41,631        $62,880
WORKER'S COMPENSATION            $829        $970            $1,067             $941         $1,131
DISABILITY INSURANCE            $2,040      $2,256           $2,349             $427             $0
PERSONAL SERVICE              $473,562    $487,445         $512,577         $413,467       $521,708


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           $40,990     $23,758          $32,400          $25,003        $31,400
ELECTION EXPENSE               $69,577          $0         $120,000          $93,613       $125,000
VEHICLE USAGE                  $19,068      $6,410           $6,828           $6,170         $6,727
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS       $122,178    $105,372          $29,043          $26,620        $26,167
OFFICE & MISC. EXP.             $7,137     $33,054          $34,466          $20,852        $35,466
LEGAL ADVERTISING              $36,889     $31,023          $35,000          $18,736        $32,000
CODE SUPPLEMENTS                $6,387      $7,825           $6,000           $4,827         $6,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING          $5,738      $5,950          $10,905           $7,058         $7,514
COMMUNICATIONS                  $7,181      $9,299           $7,100           $5,520         $7,880
UTILITY SERVICES                 $861        $865            $1,050             $924           $890
FUEL                            $2,688      $4,863           $4,204           $1,563         $3,917
OPERATING EXPENSE             $318,694    $228,419         $286,996         $210,886       $282,961


TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT            $0          $0           $4,864             $434           $962
CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $0          $0           $4,864             $434           $962


DEPARTMENT TOTALS             $792,256    $715,864         $804,437         $624,787       $805,631




                                                                                                        76.
                                            FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                            Police Department


Mission
The Davie Police Department exists to serve and protect its citizens. The Department is committed to work in
partnership with the citizens for the mutual purpose of promoting safe streets and neighborhoods, creating a
community free from the fear of crime, and improving the overall quality of life.


Objectives
•   Maintain basic services as the department continues to decrease in size.
•   Continue efforts to recruit, hire, and train new officers to meet demands of attrition
•   Continue the process of re-accreditation
•   Continue with community policing philosophy throughout the Department
•   Continue the exploration and utilization of new technology to enhance the Department’s performance
•   Increase traffic enforcement initiatives to handle the ever-increasing traffic issues throughout the Town
•   Investigate criminal acts with proactive and responsive approaches to policing


Major Programs and Services
The Department is divided into three (3) Bureaus: Administration, Operations and Investigations.
The Administration Bureau provides specialized functions critical to the overall Department’s mission. This
Division is comprised of several units including Support Services, Professional Standards and Internal Affairs
along with a team of professionals who provide essential support for day to day operations of the Police
Department. Over the last several years, this Bureau has a notable track record in successful government grant
applications.
The Operations bureau consists of the Patrol Services Division. The Patrol Services Division is divided into two
specific districts; East and West (University Drive is the divider for the two districts). Patrol provides around-the-
clock service, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The Division also includes Special Operations, Campus
Policing, K-9 Unit and Traffic Unit.
The Investigations Bureau is divided into two separate units: the Criminal Investigations Division and Special
Investigations Division. The Criminal Investigations Division is further divided into two units: Persons Crimes Unit
and Property Crimes Unit. The Persons Crimes Unit investigates crimes against persons such as homicide,
robbery, assaults, sex crimes, child abuse, etc. The Property Crimes Unit investigates crimes against property:
burglary, arson, theft, and economic crimes. The Special Investigations Unit investigates crimes such as narcotic
violations, prostitution, and other sensitive investigations. The Investigative Services Bureau also provides crime
analysis, crime scene unit and victim advocacy.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
To reduce costs while maintaining the current level of service is the Police Department’s objective this upcoming
budget year. There will be no expenditure of capital funds for the budget. This will result in a savings of
approximately $100,000. The Department’s hierarchy will also be flattened by eliminating a Lieutenant position
and reorganizing the Administration Bureau. Also, five Police Officer positions and two PSA positions have been
eliminated.
As a consequence of the Broward Sheriff’s Office need to move deputies out of Davie schools, we have stopped
the D.A.R.E. program and have transferred the DARE Officers to McFatter High School and Nova Middle and
High Schools.


                                                                                                                     77.
FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
Strategic Program Summary
The Police Department has begun the implementation of a Department-wide electronic communication system.
This allows for all members of the agency to be notified of on-going issues, investigations and other pertinent
information as soon as possible. Electronic communication has also allowed for members to exchange
information between divisions/units, inclusive of crime analysis data.
The Police Department also implemented an automated scheduling software system which allows staff to
maintain their work schedules on-line. This system increases the efficiency in staffing personnel and allows the
Department’s Payroll Section to easily transmit employees’ work hours into the payroll management system for
accurate accounting. Currently the system is still in “test” mode and will go live in FY 2010, allowing for a more
efficient recording of employees’ hours and transmitting of the data to the payroll management system.
The Police Department has also incorporated the use of the teams/squad system which has allowed for
Department-wide collaboration. This will continue in 2010, with the expected outcome to include an increase in
solvability of crimes and continued teamwork philosophy. The Police Department will also have assigned to the
Criminal Investigations Division a detective solely assigned to investigation cases of domestic violence and
missing persons. This addition will expand services offered to victims of domestic violence.

Service Outcomes
Objective 1: Maintain basic services as the department continues to decrease in size. (Strategic Priorities 1,
2,3,4,5)
    •   Adjust staffing levels in specialized units to ensure appropriate staffing levels in Road Patrol.
    •   Seek alternative funding methods to supplement reductions in specialized units and Department
        programs.
    •   Provide timely response to calls for service.


Objective 2: Continue efforts to recruit, hire, and train new officers to meet demands of attrition (Strategic
Priorities 1,2,5)
    •   Provide professional services through emphasis on simulated and scenario-based training.
    •   Hire qualified applicants to fill positions as they become vacant.
    •   Development of a recruitment/hiring strategic plan for the Police Department.


Objective 3: Continue the process of re-accreditation (Strategic Priorities 2,4,5)
    •   Maintain 100% compliance through FY 2010 to ensure re-accreditation March, 2011.
    •   Ensure policies are compliant with state/federal laws and currently reflect in-practice procedures.


Objective 4: Ensure community policing philosophy is continued throughout the Department (Strategic Priorities
1,2,3,4,5)
    •   Development of Community Policing Reorientation Training Program to instill the core values of the
        community policing philosophy and train all employees.
    •   Department teams are working collaboratively and utilize community resources to solve crime and/or
        identify neighbor concerns.


Objective 5: To explore new technology and implement current technology in the testing process to enhance the
Department’s performance (Strategic Priorities 1,2,4,5)
    •   AVL – The Automated Vehicle Locator System (AVL) has been installed in approximately forty vehicles,
        with an anticipated completion date of January 2010. This allows supervisors and officers to determine
        the whereabouts of each Davie police department vehicle. The primary purpose of AVL pertains to officer
        safety; however it also allows for enhanced accountability.

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    •   Telestaff – We are completing the installation of the Department’s first fully automated scheduling system.
        This will improve accountability, eliminate paper forms, and facilitate improved efficiency. In particular,
        the system will generate reports pertaining to overtime, sick time, etc. that were not previously available.


Objective 6: Increase traffic enforcement initiatives to handle the ever-increasing traffic issues throughout the
Town (Strategic Priorities 1,4,5)
    •   OSSI – The Police Department will have a full year of data (as of October 1, 2009) collected in the OSSI
        Records Management System. With this, the Department is able to generate statistical analysis to
        evaluate areas within the Town that may need traffic lights, changes to the traffic light cycling or
        speed/traffic enforcement.
    •   Decrease accident ratios in identified areas.
    •   Increase traffic citations in areas identified with speeding concerns.


Objective 7: Investigate criminal acts with proactive and responsive approaches to policing (Strategic Priorities
1,2,4,5)
    •   AFIS - The Police Department has purchased and is now using the Automated Fingerprint Identification
        System (AFIS). Without this equipment, it has been necessary to submit suspects fingerprints to the
        Sheriff’s Office and wait several months for a search of the state fingerprint database. With this
        equipment now in use at Davie PD, results are available much sooner, usually within minutes.

    •   Maintain Department teams to ensure collaborative working relationships between
        Bureaus/Divisions/Units (the Town has been divided into six geographic areas and a team of officers and
        detectives has been assigned to each area).
    •   Continue with monthly CompStat meetings for information dissemination of Department Divisions/Unit
        which provide Department teams with valuable and critical information to determine the tactics or
        resources necessary to reduce crime in areas identified by the crime analyst.
    •   Crime Analysis - Crime Analyst will be conducting daily reviews of reported crimes with the intent of
        identifying emerging patterns.

A review of the FDLE Crime Statistics has been conducted and overall crime has decreased from 2007 to 2008.
The Department has initiated many action plans that have a direct impact in these figures. These action plans
have included both the Operations and Investigations Bureaus. The Criminal Investigations Division has
performed numerous operational plans, inclusive of burglary operations, and sexual predator sweeps, which have
all resulted in arrests, clearing of crimes in multiple jurisdictions and intelligence gathering. The Patrol Services
Division has also conducted several operational plans including traffic enforcement along Stirling Road, school
zone speed enforcement, saturation patrols, aggressive driving enforcement, and code enforcement sweeps of
various areas throughout the city. The Department also has participated in various Town sponsored events such
as the Orange Blossom Festival and the Fourth of July Splash to enhance our partnership with the community.

                                        Department’s Key Performance Indicators
            Performance                    2005-06    2006-07     2007-08         2008-09      2009-10
            Indicator                       Actual     Actual      Actual        Estimated    Estimated



            *Violent Crime                   295        336         394             402          410

            *Nonviolent Crime                2865       3639        3814           3891          3969

            *Domestic Violence               333        361         446             455          464
            Arrests                          6069       4712        5097           5199          5303

            Accidents                        4407       4521        4612           4704          4799

            Alarms                           7468       8675        8849           9026          9207

            Community Events                  81         25          26             28            30
            Notice of Code Violations        331        798         432             525          536
           *= UCR Crime Data
                                                                                                                    79.
                     ADMINISTRATION BUREAU



                                                    INTERNAL AFFAIRS                CHIEF OF POLICE                   ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE



                                                      ADMINISTRATIVE
                                                        SECRETARY



                                                                                            MAJOR
                                                                 BUDGET/FISCAL
                                                                                                                INFORMATION
                                                                FINANCE CLERK II
                                                                                                                TECHNOLOGY


                                                                QUARTERMASTER
                                                                  SUPERVISOR                                   ADMINISTRATIVE
                                                                                                                 SECRETARY

                                                         FINANCE CLERK I
                                                       FINANCE CLERK I (PT)




                                                                                            LIEUTENANT
                                         PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS DIVISION                                                    SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION
              TRAINING UNIT



                          SERGEANT                 RECRUITMENT/               PROGRAMS                    RECORDS               COMMUNICATIONS             SERGEANT
                            (PIO)                  BACKGROUNDS                SPECIALIST                 SUPERVISOR               SUPERVISOR                 (PIO)


                                                                                     ACCREDITATION        RECORDS               COMMUNICATIONS
                      TRAINING OFFICER                DETECTIVE                                                                                                SRO
                                                                                                            PSA                     PSASA

                                                                                        GRANTS
                       TRAINING PSASA              HR COORDINATOR                     MANAGEMENT
                                                                                                                                                            PROPERTY
                                                                                                                                                              PSASA
                                                                                      PLANNING AND
                                                                                        RESEARCH
                          EXPLORERS
                                                                                                                                                           COMMUNITY
                                                                                                                                                         SERVICES PSASA




                                                                                                                                                           SALT/TRIAD
                                                                                                                                                        COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
                                                                                                                                                              REP




80.
                                                                                                                                                          Fleet/Building
      Effective October 1, 2009
                            OPERATIONS BUREAU



                                                    INTERNAL AFFAIRS                 CHIEF OF POLICE             ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE




                                                                                                          ADMINISTRATIVE
                                                                                            MAJOR           SECRETARY
             PATROL DIVISION                                                                                                                                     PATROL DIVISION
                   DISTRICT 1                                                                                                                                            DISTRICT 2 & 3
                                                  SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION                                         CODE COMPLIANCE DIVISION                                  Alpha Shift
                         Alpha Shift

                                   LIEUTENANT                      LIEUTENANT                                           CODE COMPLIANCE                                LIEUTENANT
                                                                                                                            OFFICIAL


              K-9 Unit             SERGEANT      TRAFFIC SERGEANT                 COP SERGEANT           ADMINISTRATIVE                  CHIEF CODE COMPLIANCE
                                                                                                            SECRETARY                          INSPECTOR                SERGEANT


                                                                                                       CLERK TYPIST II (PT)                  CODE COMPLIANCE
                                       OFFICER   TRAFFIC OFFICER                  PROBLEM SOLVING
                                                                                     OFFICER
                                                                                                                                               INSPECTOR II              OFFICER

                                                                                                                                             CODE COMPLIANCE
                                                                              CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER                                             INSPECTOR
                         Bravo Shift                                                                                                                                            Bravo Shift

                                 LIEUTENANT                                                                                                                            LIEUTENANT

                                                                    Dive Team


                                  SERGEANT                                                                                                                              SERGEANT
                                                                    Field Force



                                   OFFICER                                                                    ANCILLARY UNITS
                                                                   Honor Guard                                (REPORT TO THE MAJOR)
                                                                                                                                                                         OFFICER

                                                                                                         Special




    81.
                                                                                                                            Field Training
                                                                                                      Response Team
                                       PSASA                                                                                                                              PSASA
Effective October 1, 2009
            INVESTIGATIONS BUREAU


                                             INTERNAL AFFAIRS          CHIEF OF POLICE             ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE




                                                                              MAJOR           ADMINISTRATIVE
                                                                                                SECRETARY


          CRIMES AGAINST                                          PROPERTY                                                SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS
         PERSONS DIVISION                                       CRIMES DIVISION                                                  DIVISION



                             SERGEANT                                          SERGEANT                             SERGEANT




                                DEATH                                           GENERAL                               SPECIAL
                            INVESTIGATIONS                                   INVESTIGATIONS                       INVESTIGATIONS



                           SPECIAL VICTIMS                                     BURGLARY                          MONEY LAUNDERING



                                                                           ECONOMIC CRIME
                           VIOLENT CRIMES
                                                                                                                  DEA TASK FORCE


                          CRIME SCENE UNIT                                  CRIME ANALYSIS



                          MISSING PERSONS/                                    CASE FILING
                         DOMESTIC VIOLENCE


                          VICTIMS ADVOCATE




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82.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                          LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT


                                    FY 2007        FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                               Actual         Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $15,268,454    $14,308,822      $15,460,974      $14,731,475   $15,478,296
OVERTIME                         $1,298,114      $795,812          $962,241        $1,227,270      $727,974
LONGEVITY                           $76,810         $3,093          $74,160             $518        $50,831
COURT TIME                        $465,901       $462,052          $438,669         $544,246       $437,000
OFF-DUTY DETAIL                   $458,793       $726,872          $635,000         $751,152       $635,000
DROP FRONT LOADING EXPENS                $0             $0         $285,286               $0       $458,640
FICA                             $1,206,262     $1,133,292       $1,164,888        $1,218,190     $1,174,528
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION          $3,950,043     $4,599,558       $5,211,031        $5,431,393     $6,257,448
HEALTH INSURANCE                 $1,946,882     $1,876,895       $2,075,357        $1,926,847     $2,411,024
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $347,820       $363,071          $398,286         $426,757       $436,691
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $74,991        $80,634          $92,556          $16,285             $0
PERSONAL SERVICE                $25,094,070    $24,350,101      $26,798,448      $26,274,133     $28,067,432


LEGAL EXPENSE                            $0             $0          $58,200          $32,469        $56,200
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              $252,277       $283,303          $404,524         $270,258       $410,100
STATE FORF EXPENSE                $115,447         $45,466               $0               $0             $0
STATE FORF EXPENSE 15%              $43,875        $58,792               $0               $0             $0
FED FORF EXPENSE/JUSTICE          $223,168       $230,091          $232,706               $0             $0
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                    $0             $0          $25,000          $17,675        $30,000
NUISANCE ABATEMENT                       $0             $0          $10,000          $10,350        $10,000
VEHICLE USAGE                    $2,112,432     $2,027,770       $2,277,206        $2,117,662     $1,963,040
INVESTIGATIVE EXPENSE                $8,106         $6,335          $56,300          $34,994        $27,850
BUILDING MAINT./INT.                $83,271        $97,471         $101,983          $90,839             $0
RADIO MAINT. AND EQUIP.              $8,593        $10,012          $15,000          $17,225        $15,000
EQUIPMENT/MAINT.                     $4,058         $6,767          $30,299          $28,044        $27,399
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $891,818       $713,394          $647,899         $647,940       $845,619
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES           $136,751       $134,180          $125,763          $98,013        $96,920
INSURANCE                            $8,550        $10,000          $10,000               $0        $10,000
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS                 ($55)            $0          $20,000          $14,043        $20,000
PD EXPLORER EXPENSES                 $6,408         $4,351               $0               $0             $0
CHILD SAFETY EXPENSES                 $407           $544            $4,514             $744         $2,819
UNIFORMS                          $134,177       $121,922          $110,911          $73,659       $101,556
SAFETY AND RIOT EQUIP.              $19,229        $21,333               $0           ($2,051)           $0
ANIMAL EXPENSE                      $10,099         $6,779          $12,200           $3,154        $10,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING            $142,804       $101,407          $214,546         $139,495       $198,446
COMMUNICATIONS                    $373,909       $251,739          $244,216         $206,808       $260,000
UTILITY SERVICES                  $189,279       $189,981          $232,000         $172,639       $214,320
PRINTING & PUBLICATIONS                  $0             $0           $8,500           $4,379         $8,500
FUEL                              $689,107       $842,477          $637,171         $532,594       $794,665
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS                       $0             $0           $4,000               $0             $0
OPERATING EXPENSE                $5,453,710     $5,164,114       $5,482,938        $4,510,933     $5,102,434


CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $21,512        $76,544           $2,741           $2,795             $0
GRANT EXPENSES                           $0        $52,788          $38,250          $35,112       $130,911
LAW ENF. BLOCK GRANT EXP.           $65,878             $0               $0               $0             $0
POLICE IMPACT FEE EXPENSE         $135,595       $117,833            $5,500             $129             $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT                 $0             $0         $438,974         $307,370       $269,467
CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $222,985       $247,165          $485,465         $345,406       $400,378


DEPARTMENT TOTALS               $30,770,765    $29,761,380      $32,766,851      $31,130,472     $33,570,244   83.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                    LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES DEPT - INVESTIGATIONS


                                   FY 2007       FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual        Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $2,160,574    $2,139,333               $0               $0             $0
OVERTIME                         $255,607      $187,809                $0           ($9,830)          $0
LONGEVITY                         $15,906             $0               $0               $0            $0
COURT TIME                        $66,511       $44,567                $0               $0            $0
OFF-DUTY DETAIL                   $68,964      $101,763                $0               $0            $0
FICA                             $185,935      $170,405                $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION          $634,310      $721,426                $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                 $293,570      $280,612                $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $51,576       $55,160                $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE              $10,870       $11,373                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS      $3,743,823    $3,712,448               $0           ($9,830)          $0


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 $365         $2,129               $0               $0            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                    $187,277      $180,152                $0               $0            $0
INVESTIGATIVE EXPENSE               $5,073        $5,567               $0              $70            $0
RADIO MAINT. AND EQUIP.                 $9            $0               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $91,483       $71,304                $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES             $8,377        $8,640               $0             $521            $0
UNIFORMS                          $12,958       $12,325                $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING            $37,674       $21,296                $0            ($109)           $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $21,810       $20,177                $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                  $55,092       $56,939                $0               $0            $0
FUEL                             $117,148      $151,646                $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $537,266      $530,175                $0             $482            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $4,281,089    $4,242,623               $0           ($9,348)          $0




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                          LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES DEPT - PATROL


                                     FY 2007        FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                                Actual         Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $9,289,267     $9,022,151               $0               $0             $0
OVERTIME                           $833,419       $501,854                $0               $0            $0
LONGEVITY                             $8,527             $0               $0               $0            $0
COURT TIME                         $398,198       $414,032                $0               $0            $0
OFF-DUTY DETAIL                    $345,524       $559,232                $0               $0            $0
FICA                               $742,265       $728,468                $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $2,549,590     $3,147,505               $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $1,121,529     $1,150,376               $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION              $230,283       $255,261                $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $44,425        $50,835                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $15,563,027    $15,829,714               $0               $0            $0


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   $257        $14,116           $10,583              $14            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                      $510,178       $486,079                $0               $0            $0
RADIO MAINT. AND EQUIP.               $8,091         $9,615               $0               $0            $0
EQUIPMENT/MAINT.                      $4,058         $6,767               $0            ($110)           $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $608,539       $449,274                $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES             $42,539        $40,631            $1,430               $0            $0
UNIFORMS                           $108,140       $100,950            $2,670           $2,670            $0
SAFETY AND RIOT EQUIP.              $19,229        $21,333                $0           ($2,051)          $0
ANIMAL EXPENSE                      $10,099          $6,779               $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $87,539        $57,337                $0            ($275)           $0
COMMUNICATIONS                     $260,269       $148,887                $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                    $66,244        $65,679                $0               $0            $0
FUEL                               $447,920       $556,035                $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $2,173,102     $1,963,482          $14,683             $248            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $17,736,129    $17,793,196          $14,683             $248            $0




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                      GENERAL FUND
                       LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES DEPT - ADMINISTRATION


                                      FY 2007      FY 2008           FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                                 Actual       Actual    Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                           $1,023,889     $538,617       $15,460,974      $15,284,311   $15,478,296
OVERTIME                             $33,077        ($9,141)        $962,241        $1,262,363     $727,974
LONGEVITY                            $22,007        $2,313           $74,160             $518       $50,831
COURT TIME                                 $0           $0          $438,669         $565,294      $437,000
OFF-DUTY DETAIL                        $2,126         $504          $635,000         $779,056      $635,000
DROP FRONT LOADING EXPENS                  $0           $0          $285,286               $0      $458,640
FICA                                 $66,658       $31,700        $1,164,888        $1,261,457    $1,174,528
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION             $181,446       $66,074        $5,211,031        $5,782,740    $6,257,448
HEALTH INSURANCE                     $87,140       $30,503        $2,075,357        $2,013,443    $2,411,024
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                $18,677        $5,402          $398,286         $442,902      $436,691
DISABILITY INSURANCE                   $3,750       $1,889           $92,556          $16,285            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS         $1,438,770     $667,861       $26,798,448      $27,408,369    $28,067,432


LEGAL EXPENSE                              $0           $0           $58,200          $34,799       $56,200
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    $544        $5,377          $385,550         $271,225      $410,100
STATE FORF EXPENSE                  $115,447       $45,466                $0               $0            $0
STATE FORF EXPENSE 15%               $43,875       $58,792                $0               $0            $0
FED FORF EXPENSE/JUSTICE            $223,168      $230,091          $232,706               $0            $0
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                      $0           $0           $25,000          $18,075       $30,000
NUISANCE ABATEMENT                         $0           $0           $10,000          $14,723       $10,000
VEHICLE USAGE                      $1,414,977    $1,361,539       $2,277,206        $2,124,712    $1,963,040
INVESTIGATIVE EXPENSE                  $1,357         $415           $56,300          $56,527       $27,850
BUILDING MAINT./INT.                 $83,271       $97,471          $101,983         $100,405            $0
RADIO MAINT. AND EQUIP.                 $493          $397           $15,000          $17,225       $15,000
EQUIPMENT/MAINT.                           $0            $0          $30,299          $29,639       $27,399
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS             $168,919      $174,984          $647,899         $647,940      $845,619
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES              $55,287       $58,826          $122,420         $114,972       $96,920
INSURANCE                              $8,550      $10,000           $10,000               $0       $10,000
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS                   ($55)          $0           $20,000          $19,979       $20,000
PD EXPLORER EXPENSES                   $6,408       $4,351                $0               $0            $0
CHILD SAFETY EXPENSES                   $407          $544            $4,514             $744         $2,819
UNIFORMS                               $2,374       $2,183          $108,241         $108,078      $101,556
ANIMAL EXPENSE                             $0           $0           $12,200           $3,472       $10,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING                 $5,791       $4,895          $214,546         $163,054      $198,446
COMMUNICATIONS                       $79,327       $72,255          $244,216         $217,957      $260,000
UTILITY SERVICES                     $52,656       $52,206          $232,000         $188,853      $214,320
PRINTING & PUBLICATIONS                    $0           $0            $8,500           $6,152         $8,500
FUEL                                $124,039      $134,796          $637,171         $564,483      $794,665
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS                         $0           $0            $4,000               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $2,386,835    $2,314,588       $5,457,951        $4,703,014    $5,102,434


CAPITAL OUTLAY                       $21,512       $76,544            $2,741           $2,795            $0
GRANT EXPENSES                             $0      $52,788           $38,250          $35,112      $130,911
LAW ENF. BLOCK GRANT EXP.            $65,878            $0                $0               $0            $0
POLICE IMPACT FEE EXPENSE           $135,595      $117,833            $5,500             $129            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT                   $0           $0          $438,974         $413,606      $269,467
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS            $222,985      $247,165          $485,465         $451,642      $400,378


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS          $4,048,590    $3,229,614      $32,741,864      $32,563,025    $33,570,244
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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                        LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES DEPT - SUPPORT


                                   FY 2007       FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual        Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $2,794,724    $2,608,721               $0         $15,555              $0
OVERTIME                         $176,011      $115,290                $0           $2,217            $0
LONGEVITY                         $30,370          $780                $0               $0            $0
COURT TIME                          $1,192        $3,453               $0               $0            $0
OFF-DUTY DETAIL                   $42,179       $65,373                $0               $0            $0
FICA                             $211,404      $202,719                $0           $1,360            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION          $584,697      $664,553                $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                 $444,643      $415,404                $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $47,284       $47,248                $0              $48            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE              $15,946       $16,537                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS      $4,348,450    $4,140,078               $0          $19,180            $0


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             $251,111      $261,681            $8,391           $8,391            $0
INVESTIGATIVE EXPENSE               $1,676         $353                $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $22,877       $17,832                $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES           $30,548       $26,083            $1,913           $1,913            $0
UNIFORMS                          $10,705         $6,464               $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING            $11,800       $17,879                $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $12,503       $10,420                $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                  $15,287       $15,157                $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $356,507      $355,869           $10,304          $10,304            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $4,704,957    $4,495,947          $10,304          $29,484            $0




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                    DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPT - CODE ENFORCEMENT


                                 FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                            Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $429,387    $458,926               $0               $0             $0
OVERTIME                           $440        $254                $0               $0            $0
LONGEVITY                         $4,625          $0               $0               $0            $0
FICA                             $30,658     $32,360               $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION          $73,112     $87,804               $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                 $76,266     $83,150               $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION            $13,762     $16,715               $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE              $2,387      $2,697               $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS      $630,637    $681,906               $0               $0            $0


LEGAL EXPENSE                    $44,901     $34,352              $20               $0            $0
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               $125        $399                $0               $0            $0
NUISANCE ABATEMENT                $3,500          $0          $15,000          $15,000            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                    $28,980     $28,563               $0               $0            $0
PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPENSE              $4,446      $1,904               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS          $35,854     $30,408               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES          $19,943      $5,140               $0               $0            $0
UNIFORMS                          $2,674      $1,432               $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING           $10,102      $7,700               $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $9,855      $5,386               $0              ($2)           $0
UTILITY SERVICES                   $218        $198                $0               $0            $0
FUEL                              $7,294      $8,339               $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS     $167,892    $123,821          $15,020          $14,998            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $798,529    $805,727          $15,020          $14,998            $0




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                                            FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                         Fire Rescue Department
Mission
The Davie Fire Rescue Department is dedicated to the preservation of life, property and homeland security as
well as the prevention of fire and other hazards to the community. We accomplish this through our highly-trained
professionals and state-of-the-art equipment with our citizen’s safety being our number one priority.


Objectives
It is first and foremost the Fire Rescue Department’s objective to carry out our mission, which reflects the Town’s
mission to help achieve the strategic priorities established by the Town Council. In order to achieve this objective,
the Fire Rescue Department has established five strategic priorities, which include: Commitment to Customer
Satisfaction; Dedication to Professional Excellence in Service Delivery; Respecting and Promoting Diverse and
Sustainable Community and Neighborhood Values; Creating an Environment that is Conducive to Innovation,
Creativity, and Collaboration; and Nurturing the health, safety, and welfare of the community. Therefore, it is the
responsibility of the Fire Rescue Department to aid in ensuring that all programs and services help to achieve our
town-wide strategic priorities.


Major Programs and Services
The major programs and services in the Fire Rescue Department consist of: Fire Administration, Fire
Suppression and Emergency Operations, Emergency Medical Services, Building and Fir Inspection Services,
Support Services (Administrative Support/Logistics/Fleet/Facility Management), and Training and Personnel
Development. The following programs and services are directly managed by the Fire Administrative and
Operational Staff:
Fire Administration: It is the objective of Fire Administration to manage all aspects of operations with the fire
department. This is accomplished by processing personnel requests, payroll, grant assistance, budget oversight,
public requests, technology and communications, and risk management. In addition, it is the objective of Fire
Administration to ensure that we continue to develop employee relations (labor) to meet our mission in providing a
professionally trained service for the community we serve.
Fire Suppression and Emergency Operations: It is the objective of the Fire Rescue Department to provide for the
mitigation of hazardous situations inclusive of fires, vehicular accidents, structural collapse and instability, electrical
emergencies, and water rescue. In addition, it is the objective of this department to ensure that an efficient and
effective mitigation of these hazards are processed through the appropriate fire rescue response and resources.
Finally, it is the objective to ensure that we respond to the mitigation of these hazards in a timely manner.
Emergency Medical Services: It is the objective of the Fire Rescue Department to provide Emergency Medical
Services to the sick and injured in a wide range of environments and situations. To transport patients to the
appropriate facilities to aid and ensure that their medical necessary support functions are met professionally in the
pre-hospital care phase. It is the objective to provide medically based training both, internally and externally, on
multi levels including in-service certification medical training, ACLS, Basic Life Support, Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training,
Basic Trauma Life Support (BTLS). In addition, we provide community training and safety programs, such as
CPR/AED training and Car Seat Installations, to assist in real-life emergency situations.
Fire and Building Inspection Services: The objective of the Fire Prevention and Building Division, under the
supervision of the Fire Rescue Department, is to facilitate building within the Town of Davie and to render
customer service assistance. We provide a permitting system that is inclusive of plans review, follow-up
inspections, and the insurance of certificates of occupancies. In addition, our process is designed to aid in
ensuring code compliant construction regarding fire life safety and building code construction. Our focus is to
meet the aforementioned objectives through efficient and effective project management, including inspections of all
five disciplines trade work (fire, structural, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical).
Support Services: It is the objective of the Support Services Division to support the day to day functions of all
departmental divisions. This is achieved by managing resource allocation through procurement processes and
maintenance inclusive of facilities (administrative offices, fire stations, training rooms), fleet apparatus and
vehicles, fire rescue equipment, daily operational supplies, and communication equipment. It is the objective of the

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Support Services Division to ensure resources are readily available and costs are limited to meet the fiscal
responsibilities of the department.
Training and Personnel Development: It is the objective of the Fire Rescue Department to provide for personnel
development, training, testing, certifications, and performance reviews for practical application of all skills
necessary to deliver emergency services. This is accomplished through professional performance standards
inclusive of entrance testing, promotional processes, performance objectives and standards testing in the
classroom setting as well as practical application in scheduled drills.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
Personnel service cost increases are due to the IAFF Local 2315 collective bargaining agreement. Operational
costs are reduced while inter-fund service charges for insurances, fleet services, technology improvements,
federal/state mandates, utilities and telecommunications may have slight increases. Personnel reductions,
although not recommended, may result from service reductions mandated by legislative property tax reform,
decreased property values, and reduction of revenues.

The department anticipates the continual operation of five (5) Fire Rescue stations and staff will continue with
other objectives of the 2003 Fire Rescue Bond Program. The department deploys all Battalion Chief Officers into
rotational field assignments to mitigate overtime, and fulfill roles and responsibilities affected by state mandated
reductions. Shift Battalion Chiefs fulfill the 24 hour responsibilities of fire district supervision for all daily operational
activities, while the Assistant Fire Chiefs provide on-call emergency and non-emergency backfill for the additional
responsibilities of Incident Command and standards compliance. The deployment of supervisory personnel
minimizes response time delays, thereby maintaining quality of services and overall fire and emergency protection.
Current Status
The fire department is responding to the present call volume with a fire rescue force of:
• Four (4) Advanced Life Support Engine/Tanker Companies consisting of three (3) personnel (Lieutenant,
   Driver Engineer, Firefighter/Paramedic)
• One (1) Advanced Life Support Ladder Company consisting of three (3) personnel (Lieutenant, Driver
   Engineer, Firefighter/Paramedic)
• Six (6) to (7) Advanced Life Support Rescue Companies (staffed with two (2) Firefighter/Paramedics)
• One (1) Fire Rescue Captain
• One (1) Fire Rescue Battalion Chief

Additionally, Support Staff takes care of the overall operation and maintenance of the fire rescue and building
division, outside from responding to fire/EMS incidents and field inspections. This includes:
• Administrative Services
• Daily Operations and Staffing
• Emergency Management Direction and Support
• Fire Rescue Personnel Training (Facility and Company)
• Continuing Education for Fire Rescue and Building Personnel
• Fire Prevention and Education
• Facility Maintenance
• Fleet Maintenance
• Supply Inventory
• Research and Development
• Procurement and Purchasing
• Medical Protocol Adherence
• Maintaining Certification and Licensures for Fire Rescue and Building Personnel
• General Oversight of the entire Fire Rescue Department and Building Division

Personnel budget reductions will impact the fire department by eliminating essential personnel to maintain the
current level of service and cause the department to rely greatly upon the use of overtime and upgrades to
maintain this service level. Daily staffing (use of Sick Time, Leave Time and Workers Compensation Injuries) will
fluctuate, thereby reducing service levels to the community by a reduction of staffed units. In addition, the
reduction of personnel will attribute in the delay of responses to the increasing service calls in the Northwest
portion of the Town.



                                                                                                                          90.
FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
For each of the major programs and services in the Fire Rescue Department the following strategic outcomes are
projected for Fiscal Year 2009/2010. Each strategic outcome supports the strategic priorities set by the Town
Council as outlined above.

Fire Administration: To coordinate with clerical and operational personnel in the use of scheduling software and
Fire Intranet during daily operations (Strategic Priority: 1, 2). To develop an inventory control program to ensure
100 percent of inventory levels for immediate availability and the reduction of waste (Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 4). To
increase grant applications by 10 percent. To assist The Town Administrator’s Office, Grants Administration, in the
process and management of grants related to our department (Strategic Priority: 2, 3, 4).
Fire Suppression and Emergency Operations: To mitigate emergency and non-emergency incidents in 100
percent of responses (Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Training and Personnel Development: To provide a capacity building function to enable employees to meet
strategic goals and objectives. This is accomplished by achieving no less than 80 percent of performance and
testing measures (Strategic Priority: 1, 2)
Emergency Medical Services: To provide medically based training both, internally and externally, on multi levels
including in-service certification medical training (Strategic Priority: 1, 2).
Building and Fire Inspection Services: To develop an efficient and effective project management system
utilizing technology to leverage customer service and support to all five disciplines of trade work; fire, structural,
electrical, plumbing, and mechanical, (Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5). To ensure 100 percent of Fire and Building Plans
Review and Investigations are complete in a timely manner and submitted to the appropriate authority (Strategic
Priority: 1, 2, 5). To review 100 percent DRC site plans for zoning and compliance (Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
Support Services: To follow 100 percent of procurement processes for the inventory of medical supplies and
personal protective equipment (Strategic Priority: 1, 2,). To increase by 10 percent the maintenance of facilities
(administrative offices, fire stations, training rooms), fleet, and fire rescue equipment for operational readiness
(Strategic Priority: 2, 5). To provide 100 percent compliance in annual testing of ground and aerial ladders, pump
and life safety inspections (Strategic Priority: 5).


                                         Department’s Key Performance Indicators
Performance                                   2005-06   2006-07      2007-08        Projected         Est.
Indicator                                      Actual    Actual       Actual         2008-09        2009-10
# Fire/EMS Incidents                                                                                    *

# of incidents within 6 to 8 mins                                                                       *

# of Plan Review for Fire and Building
                                                                                                        *
Inspections

# of Fire and Building Inspections                                                                      *

# of Fire and Building Finals                                                                           *

# of Federal/State/Local License
                                                                                                        *
Compliance

# of Community Education/Special
                                                                                                        *
Details

# of personnel trained/ # hours                                                                         *

# of Annual Fire Inspections                                                                            *

# of Annual Follow-up Inspections                                                                       *

# of Business Tax Receipts (BTR)                                                                        *
* Not available




                                                                                                                   91.
 Fire Rescue Department                                                                                                                                     See
       FY 2009/10                                                                     Fire Chief
                                                                                                                                                     Building Division
                                                                                                                                                        Org Chart


                                               Administrative
                                                  Aide

                                                                                   Deputy Fire Chief


                                               Administrative
                                                 Secretary



                           Assistant Chief                                           Assistant Chief                                                  Assistant Chief
                           EMS/Training                                                Operations                                                     Administration/
                                                                                     - UNFUNDED -                                                    Support Services




                                                                                                          Battalion Chief
        Clerk II                                                        Clerk II                                                           Clerk I
                                                                                                        Staff Relief/Special
                                                                                                              Projects




                                                                                                                                                      Administrative        Captain
              Battalion Chief          Battalion Chief            A - Shift             B - Shift           C - Shift          Support Services
                                                                                                                                                        Analyst              Fleet/
               Fire Rescue                  EMS                 Battalion Chief       Battalion Chief     Battalion Chief         Manager
                                                                                                                                                                         Communications



                 Captain                     Captain               Captain               Captain             Captain                FSA
               Fire Rescue                    EMS




                                                                  Lieutenant           Lieutenant           Lieutenant              FSA




                                                                Driver Engineer      Driver Engineer     Driver Engineer




                                                                  Firefighter/         Firefighter/         Firefighter/




92.
                                                                  Paramedic            Paramedic            Paramedic
Fire Rescue Department                                                                                                                 See
    Building Division                                         Division Manager                                                   Fire Department
                                                             (Program Manager)                                                      Org Chart
      FY 2009/10


                                      Administrative
                                        Secretary


                                                             Building Official



                                      Office Supervisor




 Chief Plumber     Chief Electrical       Chief Mechanical                                Chief Structural               Urban Forester              Fire Marshal
   Inspector         Inspector               Inspector                                       Inspector
                                                              Permit Examiner



                                                                                                                          Landscape
Plans Examiner    Plans Examiner          Plans Examiner        Permit Clerk     Plans Examiner              Inspector                                                    Clerk I
                                                                                                                           Inspector




                                                                Permit Clerk     Plans Examiner              Inspector                     Planner

                                                                                                                                                                Fire Inspector
                                                                                                                                                                 Supervisor
                                                                Permit Clerk     Plans Examiner


                                                                                                                                                                    Inspector

                                                                Permit Clerk


                                                                                                                                                                    Inspector

                                                                Permit Clerk


                                                                                                                                                                    Inspector

                                                                Permit Clerk


                                                                                                                                                                    Inspector




 93.
                              TOWN OF DAVIE
                    FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                       GENERAL FUND
                            FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES DEPARTMENT


                                      FY 2007        FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                                 Actual         Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $10,237,585    $11,518,421      $11,623,065      $11,507,335   $11,654,520
OVERTIME                            $440,184       $297,448          $482,758         $271,119      $331,867
LONGEVITY                           $110,452          $5,503         $109,569           $8,545      $113,421
OFF DUTY DETAIL                       $36,429        $51,581          $59,000          $45,263       $59,000
CLASSIFICATION PAY                    $76,000        $19,456          $25,000           $7,633       $26,500
FICA                                $742,247       $816,340          $848,679         $800,711      $856,914
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $3,596,837     $3,711,097       $3,592,084        $3,610,176    $3,927,929
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $1,283,861     $1,291,428       $1,340,634        $1,294,159    $1,615,435
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION              $390,867       $501,541          $524,018         $548,551      $576,769
RETIREE HEALTH INS. TRUST           $173,274       $209,683          $205,334         $203,907      $231,375
DISABILITY INSURANCE                  $51,289        $57,602          $61,990          $10,657            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE                  $17,139,025    $18,480,100      $18,872,131      $18,308,056    $19,393,730


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                $155,032       $173,544          $171,911         $133,756      $207,860
EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS                     $4,527         $1,387           $6,000             $525         $3,600
FIRE ASSESSMENT EXP.                  $29,822        $18,091          $44,650          $31,569       $34,500
VEHICLE USAGE                       $995,406       $991,475          $983,384         $993,533      $735,415
PROT. FIRE EQUIP.                   $191,200       $143,704          $125,000         $110,600      $125,000
FIRST AID SUP. & EQUIP.             $204,389       $141,330          $200,000         $168,889      $174,525
BUILDING MAINT./INT.                $101,292         $88,412          $94,250          $90,937       $69,250
RADIO MAINT. & EQUIP.                 $29,909        $16,518          $25,730          $13,799       $25,730
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS             $261,969       $187,068          $324,647         $324,648      $228,364
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES               $31,484        $24,970          $26,923          $25,372       $27,369
INSURANCE                              $6,783         $5,200           $8,000           $5,200         $8,000
EMER MGT/SUPPLIES & EQUIP             $10,795        $17,220           $5,000           $4,217         $5,000
EMER MGT/COMMUNITY OPER.                   $0             $0           $3,500           $2,578         $3,500
NEW HIRE EXPENDITURES                 $28,004        $86,365          $46,950          $11,582       $46,950
UNIFORMS                              $69,755        $85,204          $73,900          $55,210       $73,900
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $188,106         $74,475         $124,275          $61,849      $180,996
COMMUNICATIONS                        $89,162        $55,994          $58,256          $42,871       $68,120
UTILITY SERVICES                      $71,988        $93,030         $116,250          $92,404      $111,015
REPAIR AND MAINT. SERVICE              $7,552         $8,796          $43,822          $28,459       $44,165
OPERATING SUPPLIES                    $10,588        $17,341           $5,950           $5,885         $3,100
FUEL                                $145,773       $221,300          $186,176         $129,292      $177,216
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS                         $0             $0           $1,000             $982         $1,000
OPERATING EXPENSE                  $2,633,536     $2,451,424       $2,675,574        $2,334,157    $2,354,575


CAPITAL OUTLAY                        $16,385        $86,699          $73,500          $73,344       $25,000
EQUIPMENT                             $20,385             $0               $0               $0            $0
GRANT EXPENSES                        $27,469      $156,759          $174,579               $0      $198,674
FIRE IMPACT FEE EXPENSES            $152,201              $0               $0               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT                   $0             $0          $81,289          $31,386       $64,485
CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $216,440       $243,458          $329,368         $104,730      $288,159


DEPARTMENT TOTALS                 $19,989,001    $21,174,982      $21,877,073      $20,746,943    $22,036,464




                                                                                                                94.
                               TOWN OF DAVIE
                       FISCAL YEAR 2010 DRAFT BUDGET
                                     GENERAL FUND
                       FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES - BUILDING DIVISION


                                FY 2007       FY 2008         FY 2009         FY 2009        FY 2010
Account                          Actual        Actual      Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $1,790,836   $2,033,065        $2,144,324      $1,936,700   $1,474,383
OVERTIME                           $155,618     $40,197           $50,494           $9,564       $15,011
LONGEVITY                           $21,839          $0           $22,534           $2,239       $18,572
FICA                               $142,916    $152,796          $163,248         $144,482      $115,860
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $297,452    $369,659          $371,593         $326,096      $334,776
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $284,492    $300,825          $302,556         $285,156      $263,580
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $55,781     $70,013           $74,271          $71,125       $54,965
DISABILITY INSURANCE                 $9,825     $11,809           $12,442           $2,196           $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $2,758,759   $2,978,364       $3,141,462       $2,777,558    $2,277,147


LEGAL EXPENSE                           $0         ($43)              $0               ($8)       $7,500
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    $0           $0           $12,410           $4,604       $11,000
UNSAFE STRUCTURE                        $0           $0           $10,000              $10       $10,000
VEHICLE USAGE                      $192,104    $190,041          $179,284         $161,769      $167,836
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS             $77,281     $89,676           $79,274          $79,272       $87,737
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES             $43,717     $37,447           $45,001          $29,513       $45,000
UNIFORMS                             $6,003      $4,926            $9,726            $432        $10,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $24,970     $19,325           $20,460          $13,968       $20,460
COMMUNICATIONS                      $45,679     $33,416           $43,649          $23,358       $27,340
UTILITY SERVICES                      $436         $395             $675             $792          $850
FUEL                                $39,022     $77,500           $51,936          $21,887       $26,829
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $429,212    $452,683          $452,415         $335,597      $414,552


CAPITAL OUTLAY                          $0           $0           $21,000           $4,782           $0
TECH FEE CAPITAL OUTLAY                 $0       $1,660           $70,000            $180        $15,000
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT                $0           $0           $41,865          $15,827       $20,847
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS                $0       $1,660          $132,865          $20,789       $35,847


DEPARTMENT TOTALS                $3,187,971   $3,432,707       $3,726,742       $3,133,944    $2,727,546




                                                                                                           95.
                              TOWN OF DAVIE
                    FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                     FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES DEPT - FIRE OPERATIONS


                                    FY 2007        FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                               Actual         Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $5,105,474     $7,621,154       $7,365,076       $7,910,213    $7,524,073
OVERTIME                          $356,018       $232,078          $332,611         $246,568      $231,551
LONGEVITY                          $96,467          $3,077          $91,379          $10,545       $99,671
OFF DUTY DETAIL                    $19,592        $27,880           $24,000          $25,362       $24,000
CLASSIFICATION PAY                 $35,287        $16,351           $15,000           $4,146       $15,000
FICA                              $376,191       $541,604          $544,384         $555,654      $554,666
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION          $1,779,824     $2,481,344       $2,308,127        $2,546,136    $2,582,313
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $644,189       $801,987          $802,937         $854,802     $1,000,532
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION            $205,088       $344,940          $343,871         $388,293      $382,724
RETIREE HEALTH INS. TRUST          $95,058       $150,463          $141,288         $151,101      $159,998
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $24,454        $36,593           $38,111           $6,430            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $8,737,642    $12,257,471      $12,006,784      $12,699,250    $12,574,528


EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS                       $0             $0           $2,400               $0            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                     $122,317       $121,243          $420,805         $429,013      $314,564
PROT. FIRE EQUIP.                 $138,642       $119,273          $125,000         $118,573      $125,000
RADIO MAINT. & EQUIP.              $29,909        $16,518           $25,730          $15,046       $25,730
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $38,070        $26,820          $194,789         $194,784      $194,278
INSURANCE                             $133              $0               $0               $0            $0
EMER MGT/SUPPLIES & EQUIP                $0             $0           $5,000           $4,609        $5,000
EMER MGT/COMMUNITY OPER.                 $0             $0           $3,500           $2,578        $3,500
UNIFORMS                           $69,755        $85,204           $73,900          $62,936       $73,900
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $72,096        $38,522           $77,562          $36,647      $136,926
REPAIR AND MAINT. SERVICE            $3,998         $3,237          $13,688           $8,464       $13,688
OPERATING SUPPLIES                       $0          $529                $0               $0            $0
FUEL                               $33,528        $81,881           $81,917          $61,036       $77,821
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $508,448       $493,227        $1,024,291         $933,686      $970,407


CAPITAL OUTLAY                     $16,385         ($2,135)         $73,500          $73,344       $25,000
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS           $16,385         ($2,135)         $73,500          $73,344       $25,000


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $9,262,475    $12,748,563      $13,104,575      $13,706,280    $13,569,935




                                                                                                              96.
                            TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                  FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES DEPT - RESCUE OPERATIONS


                                  FY 2007       FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual        Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                       $2,949,871    $2,675,565       $2,897,655       $2,750,020    $2,754,579
OVERTIME                         $61,036       $27,764          $129,305          $16,652       $81,819
LONGEVITY                          $1,500            $0           $1,500               $0        $3,500
OFF DUTY DETAIL                  $10,595       $23,647           $35,000          $21,272       $35,000
CLASSIFICATION PAY               $38,880          $935           $10,000           $2,670       $10,000
FICA                            $211,555      $186,943          $208,682         $188,451      $197,021
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION        $1,140,678     $921,793          $929,412         $915,899      $956,839
HEALTH INSURANCE                $373,960      $365,762          $375,816         $345,714      $406,388
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION          $114,379      $118,264          $133,013         $134,598      $140,027
RETIREE HEALTH INS. TRUST        $55,829       $49,469           $52,333          $49,367       $56,708
DISABILITY INSURANCE             $14,848       $14,986           $16,526           $2,863            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS     $4,973,131    $4,385,128       $4,789,242        $4,427,506    $4,641,881


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            $139,356      $168,686          $165,711         $131,584      $199,700
EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS                 $4,489        $1,387           $3,600           $1,115        $3,600
VEHICLE USAGE                   $526,705      $524,117          $439,994         $448,753      $329,312
FIRST AID SUP. & EQUIP.         $204,389      $141,330          $200,000         $190,945      $174,525
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS          $80,019       $56,364          $129,858         $129,864       $34,086
EDUCATION AND TRAINING           $42,120       $10,941           $34,376          $18,455       $30,733
REPAIR AND MAINT. SERVICE          $3,554        $5,559           $5,390           $4,115        $5,390
FUEL                             $77,259       $84,094           $74,470          $55,556       $70,746
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS                     $0            $0           $1,000             $982        $1,000
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS    $1,077,891     $992,478        $1,054,399         $981,369      $849,092


TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT               $0            $0          $15,135          $12,390       $22,400
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS               $0            $0          $15,135          $12,390       $22,400


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS      $6,051,022    $5,377,606       $5,858,776        $5,421,265    $5,513,373




                                                                                                           97.
                              TOWN OF DAVIE
                    FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                      GENERAL FUND
                    FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES DEPT - SPECIAL OPERATIONS


                                   FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                           $62,408    $444,763               $0               $0             $0
OVERTIME                                $0      $2,487               $0               $0            $0
LONGEVITY                           $2,500          $0               $0               $0            $0
CLASSIFICATION PAY                      $0       $668                $0               $0            $0
FICA                                $4,774     $32,270               $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $10,942    $116,149               $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                    $5,717     $51,712               $0               $0            $0
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION               $151      $12,281               $0               $0            $0
RETIREE HEALTH INS. TRUST               $0      $2,022               $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE                 $329       $2,520               $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS         $86,821    $664,872               $0               $0            $0


PROT. FIRE EQUIP.                  $52,558     $24,431               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS             $4,599      $3,240               $0               $0            $0
EMER MGT/SUPPLIES & EQUIP          $10,795     $17,220               $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $39,733     $11,292               $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                      $1,062          $0               $0               $0            $0
FUEL                                    $0     $15,491               $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $108,747     $71,674               $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         $195,568    $736,546               $0               $0            $0




                                                                                                          98.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                       FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES DEPT - PREVENTION


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $290,487    $370,289         $474,072        $391,426       $521,916
OVERTIME                          $13,970     $31,837          $14,170          $10,196       $11,227
LONGEVITY                          $2,000          $0           $2,000               $0         $3,000
CLASSIFICATION PAY                  $197       $1,488               $0             $359         $1,500
FICA                              $21,140     $28,369          $36,154          $28,181       $42,221
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $71,815     $98,004         $121,447          $98,259      $149,024
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $40,548     $37,756          $56,708          $44,047       $89,715
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION            $10,196     $17,090          $20,731          $17,540       $25,782
RETIREE HEALTH INS. TRUST          $2,099      $6,871           $6,755           $5,408         $9,320
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $1,554      $1,915           $2,743             $391            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $454,006    $593,619         $734,780         $595,807      $853,705


VEHICLE USAGE                    $217,680    $217,558          $53,845          $49,861       $40,272
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $11,505      $8,100               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $5,497      $5,059           $5,126           $4,506         $5,572
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $9,376     $11,741          $12,337           $9,476       $13,337
FUEL                              $17,493     $19,917          $14,894          $11,098       $14,608
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $261,551    $262,375          $86,202          $74,941       $73,789


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $715,557    $855,994         $820,982         $670,748      $927,494




                                                                                                         99.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES DEPT - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION


                                  FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                       $1,829,345     $406,650         $886,262        $901,574       $853,952
OVERTIME                           $9,160       $3,282           $6,672           $2,609         $7,270
LONGEVITY                          $7,985       $2,426          $14,690               $0         $7,250
OFF DUTY DETAIL                    $6,242          $54               $0               $0            $0
CLASSIFICATION PAY                 $1,636          $14               $0             $572            $0
FICA                            $128,587       $27,154          $59,459          $58,948       $63,006
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION         $593,578       $93,807         $233,098         $224,439      $239,753
HEALTH INSURANCE                $219,447       $34,211         $105,173         $107,020      $118,800
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION           $61,053        $8,966          $26,403          $29,366       $28,236
RETIREE HEALTH INS. TRUST        $20,288          $858           $4,958           $5,457         $5,349
DISABILITY INSURANCE             $10,104        $1,588           $4,610             $973            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS     $2,887,425     $579,010       $1,341,325        $1,330,958    $1,323,616


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             $15,676        $4,858           $6,200           $5,186        $8,160
EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS                   $38            $0               $0               $0            $0
FIRE ASSESSMENT EXP.             $29,822       $18,091          $44,650          $33,694       $34,500
VEHICLE USAGE                   $128,704      $128,557          $68,740          $69,806       $51,267
BUILDING MAINT./INT.            $101,292       $88,412          $94,250          $94,071       $69,250
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS         $127,776       $92,544               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES          $25,987       $19,911          $21,797          $21,304       $21,797
INSURANCE                         $6,650        $5,200           $8,000           $5,200        $8,000
NEW HIRE EXPENDITURES            $28,004       $86,365          $46,950          $30,431       $46,950
EDUCATION AND TRAINING           $24,781        $1,979               $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                   $88,100       $55,994          $58,256          $47,515       $68,120
UTILITY SERVICES                 $71,988       $93,030         $116,250         $100,373      $111,015
REPAIR AND MAINT. SERVICE              $0           $0          $24,744          $23,621       $25,087
OPERATING SUPPLIES               $10,588       $16,812           $5,950           $5,847         $3,100
FUEL                             $17,493       $19,917          $14,895          $11,098       $14,041
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS     $676,899      $631,670         $510,682         $448,146      $461,287


CAPITAL OUTLAY                         $0      $88,834               $0               $0            $0
EQUIPMENT                        $20,385            $0               $0               $0            $0
GRANT EXPENSES                   $27,469      $156,759         $174,579               $0      $198,674
FIRE IMPACT FEE EXPENSES        $152,201            $0               $0               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT               $0           $0          $66,154          $57,431       $42,085
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS        $200,055      $245,593         $240,733          $57,431      $240,759


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS      $3,764,379    $1,456,273      $2,092,740        $1,836,535    $2,025,662




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                               TOWN OF DAVIE
                       FISCAL YEAR 2010 DRAFT BUDGET
                                     GENERAL FUND
                       FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES - BUILDING DIVISION


                                FY 2007       FY 2008         FY 2009         FY 2009        FY 2010
Account                          Actual        Actual      Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $1,790,836   $2,033,065        $2,144,324      $1,936,700   $1,474,383
OVERTIME                           $155,618     $40,197           $50,494           $9,564       $15,011
LONGEVITY                           $21,839          $0           $22,534           $2,239       $18,572
FICA                               $142,916    $152,796          $163,248         $144,482      $115,860
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $297,452    $369,659          $371,593         $326,096      $334,776
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $284,492    $300,825          $302,556         $285,156      $263,580
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $55,781     $70,013           $74,271          $71,125       $54,965
DISABILITY INSURANCE                 $9,825     $11,809           $12,442           $2,196           $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $2,758,759   $2,978,364       $3,141,462       $2,777,558    $2,277,147


LEGAL EXPENSE                           $0         ($43)              $0               ($8)       $7,500
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    $0           $0           $12,410           $4,604       $11,000
UNSAFE STRUCTURE                        $0           $0           $10,000              $10       $10,000
VEHICLE USAGE                      $192,104    $190,041          $179,284         $161,769      $167,836
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS             $77,281     $89,676           $79,274          $79,272       $87,737
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES             $43,717     $37,447           $45,001          $29,513       $45,000
UNIFORMS                             $6,003      $4,926            $9,726            $432        $10,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $24,970     $19,325           $20,460          $13,968       $20,460
COMMUNICATIONS                      $45,679     $33,416           $43,649          $23,358       $27,340
UTILITY SERVICES                      $436         $395             $675             $792          $850
FUEL                                $39,022     $77,500           $51,936          $21,887       $26,829
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $429,212    $452,683          $452,415         $335,597      $414,552


CAPITAL OUTLAY                          $0           $0           $21,000           $4,782           $0
TECH FEE CAPITAL OUTLAY                 $0       $1,660           $70,000            $180        $15,000
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT                $0           $0           $41,865          $15,827       $20,847
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS                $0       $1,660          $132,865          $20,789       $35,847


DEPARTMENT TOTALS                $3,187,971   $3,432,707       $3,726,742       $3,133,944    $2,727,546




                                                                                                           101.
                                   FISCAL YEAR 2010
                          PUBLIC WORKS AND CAPITAL PROJECTS


Mission

To ensure that Town Facilities, Rights-of-Way, Parks, Landscaping, and Drainage Systems are constructed,
operated and maintained at an acceptable level and within normal technical standards.


Objectives

Administration Division:
To provide the most cost effective methods for the maintenance, installation, repair and/or replacement of
facilities and infrastructure using department resources and through the extensive use of competitively bid
recurring contracts.
To provide supporting functions for the various Department Divisions.

Facilities Maintenance Division:
To provide for the repair and maintenance of Town Facilities and Structures and ancillary systems in order to
obtain sound working and recreational environments for Town Employees and Residents.

Roads and Drainage Division:
To provide for the repair and maintenance of roadways, rights of ways, parking lots and recreational trails so as to
maintain the Town’s transportation corridors at a safe operating level.

Provide for the repair and maintenance of the Town’s secondary drainage systems so as to lessen the effect of
localized flooding.

Landscape and Irrigation Division:
To provide for the continued maintenance of the landscaping, irrigation systems and grounds amenities for all the
Town’s parks, roadways and facilities grounds.

Contract Administration Division:
To oversee all of the departments' maintenance contracts to ensure compliance with Town specifications.

Capital Projects Division:
To ensure that Town capital projects are completed in the most effective and efficient manner.



Major Programs and Services

Administration Division
Administer the departmental work process records and reports including payroll, purchase orders, operating
budget, capital improvements program budget and the continuing service contracts for both maintenance services
and consulting services.
Administer the department work order system, including complaint logging, issue tracking and report preparation.
Administer agreement with Broward County for the repair, replacement and addition of street signs.


Facilities Maintenance Division
Maintain the Town’s 220 structures (250,000 square feet) including lighting, HVAC systems, and electrical,
plumbing, structural and roofing systems along with all of the structures, fencing, playground equipment and
sports courts within the Town’s public parks.
Administer outsourced vendor contracts for air conditioning, plumbing, electrical, and roofing repairs.
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Provide timely response to after-hour emergency calls related to Town buildings and facilities.


Roads and Drainage Division
Maintain the Town’s 304 miles of roads and 113 miles of paved recreational trails, including maintenance to the
guardrails, swales, and sidewalks.
Inspect and clean the 2,691 drainage structures along with the interconnecting piping throughout the Town on a
five year cycle. Clean, repair or replace drainage structures and lines that become inoperable.
Maintain the eight Town owned lakes through aquatic weed control, including lake bank repair and stabilization.
Provide timely response to after-hour emergency calls related to rights-of-way and drainage issues.


Landscape and Irrigation Division
Maintain all public landscape areas within the public right-of-ways, parks, Town building sites and 53 miles of
equestrian trails.
Inspect and maintain the 31 municipal irrigation systems within the public right-of-ways, parks and Town building
sites.
Remove, trim or otherwise address any dead, dying or diseased trees on public property.
Maintain all of the sports turf areas of the Town’s Parks to provide a suitable playing surface for the various sports
programs.
Provide timely response to after-hour emergency calls related to vegetation or irrigation issues.


Contract Administration Division
Administer outsourced vendor contracts for lawn maintenance, janitorial services, sidewalk repairs, guardrail
repairs, roadway resurfacing, and roofing maintenance.
Administer the repair and replacement of 3,684 streetlamps along with the approximately 1,000 sports lamps
utilizing contracts and agreements with utility providers, Broward County, and Town contractors.


Capital Projects Division
Administer the selection, contracting and supervision of consultants and contractors involved in the development
of Town facilities and infrastructure.
Providing estimating, scheduling, permit acquisition and construction management services to all Town
departments.


Urban Forestry Office
Protect and enhance the tree canopy and all natural resources on Town properties. Ensure that state and county
regulations are followed while at the same time educating the residents on the importance of these resources.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights

Eliminate seven positions vacated by attrition over the past year. Payroll savings are used as a budget cut. The
department will be funded for 57 approved positions, which includes six positions transferred from the Parks and
Recreation Department during FY2009. The last year that the department’s staffing complement was this low was
in Fiscal Year 2000/01.


Cut overtime budget by 50%. This will only allow for overtime support of the department’s core functions.
Overtime previously allocated to support other department’s functions will therefore be severely limited. The
department should be able to provide overtime labor for Police and Fire response to issues on public property, but
such programs which are not core to the department cannot be supported at this funding level. In particular,
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scheduled after-hour events put on by Parks and Recreation, Special Projects and outside organizations will not
be funded in this year’s budget.


Discretionary Funds
To meet this year’s required budget cut, the department reduced its budget and consolidated all uncommitted
program funds from each division, which previously were used for all unscheduled or unforeseen maintenance,
into one departmental budget item called “Discretionary Funds.” These funds came from the sources stated
below and have the impact described below.

Roadway / Drainage Maintenance Program:

Source
Right-of-Way Maintenance (0701)
Roadway Maintenance (0705)
Storm Water Maintenance (0707)
Street Light Maintenance (0703)
Combined into 0701 accounts, Right-of-Way Maintenance

Impact
No funds identified for landscape grant projects.
No funds identified for landscape improvements, replacement only if insurance money is collected.
Road material reduce dollar amount of needed supplies based on past expenditures for repair items only.
NPDES Road Maintenance reduced to repairs only (no new construction).
Contractual Maintenance reduced to minimal necessary maintenance.
       Repair of guardrails only if insurance money is received.
       Lawn maintenance service is reduced by lowering frequency of mowing during dry season.
       Street Light Maintenance reduced based upon current years projected needs.

Note: If major repair or replacement is needed, the department will use discretionary funds or will request a
budget amendment to use Town reserves.

Facility Maintenance Program:

Source
Building Maintenance, Interior (0702)
Building Maintenance, Exterior (0702)
Police Department Building Interior Maintenance (0520)
Combined into 0702 accounts, Building Maintenance

Impact
Material & Tools reduced to a minimal level.
Contractual Maintenance reduced to minimal code requirements and preventive maintenance only.
   HVAC Maintenance reduced to repairs only, no replacements.
   Electrical Maintenance reduced to repairs only, no replacements.
   Plumbing Maintenance reduced to repairs only, no replacements.
   Roof Maintenance reduced to repairs only, no replacements.
   Janitorial Services level of service reduced at some Park facilities based on usage.

Note: If major repair or replacement is needed, the department will use discretionary funds or will request a
budget amendment to use Town reserves.


Landscape & Irrigation Program:

Source
0706 account, Parks Maintenance is changed in name to Landscape and Irrigation Maintenance

Impact
Reduce Materials & Tools to levels supporting only repairs needed to maintain existing level of service.
No funds identified for landscape improvements.
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No funds identified for fence replacements or new fences.
No funds identified for playground component addition or replacements.
No funds identified for decorative mulch.
Contractual Maintenance reduced to bare essential levels.
    No landscape replacement.
    No sport field resurfacing.
    Limited sidewalk repairs.
    Limited playground repairs.

Note: If major repair or replacement is needed, the department will use discretionary funds or will request a
budget amendment to use Town reserves.


Administration:

Source
Utility Services
Fuel
Internal Charges
Uniforms
Vehicle Usage

Impact
The above accounts are in the Administration budget. These accounts are largely out of the department’s control
and all have risen in the past year. The department must make up the increased cost of these items by cutting
operational areas of the budget beyond the projected amount. The Discretionary Funds budget described above
is also in this area.

FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes (Strategic Priority)

•   Develop, deploy and maintain methods and processes to measure, maintain and/or increase department
    productivity (Dedication to Excellence in Service Delivery).
•   Comply with all regulatory requirements to ensure the safe and effective operation of the Towns assets
    (Nurturing the health, safety and welfare of the community).
•   Maintain documented levels of service for all Town owned assets and update operating procedures
    periodically to reflect changes in maintenance needs consistent with fiscal constraints (Dedication to
    Excellence in Service Delivery)
•   Administer scheduled maintenance in such a way as to reduce the amount and severity of unscheduled
    maintenance requests (Dedication to Excellence in Service Delivery).
•   Provide a timely response to all maintenance requests and same day response to all requests for emergency
    repair services (Commitment to Customer Satisfaction).
•   Supplement technical expertise by the use of recurring contracts for those items requiring special skills or
    certification (Creating an Environment that is Conducive to Innovation, Creativity and Collaboration).
•   Expand divisions workforce through the use of recurring contracts to ensure adherence to maintenance
    schedules or to perform tasks beyond the department’s capabilities (Creating an Environment that is
    Conducive to Innovation, Creativity and Collaboration).
•   Utilize continually improving methods to ensure that Town assets are being properly and efficiently
    maintained (Creating an Environment that is Conducive to Innovation, Creativity and Collaboration).
•   Ensure that all Town construction projects are designed, let and constructed in accordance with all applicable
    codes and customer needs (Commitment to Customer Satisfaction).
•   Ensure that Town projects are designed, let and constructed in such a way as to reduce adverse impacts and
    assure that projects are completed on-time and within budget (Nurturing the health, safety and welfare of the
    community).
•   Ensure that all Town projects are designed and constructed in way that protects and conserves the natural
    resources of the Town, including but not limited to tree canopy and water sources (Respecting and Promoting
    Diverse and Sustainable Community and Neighborhood Values).
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                                          Department’s Key Performance Indicators


Performance                                 2005-06    2006-07     2007-08     Projected      Est.
Indicator                                    Actual     Actual      Actual      2008-09     2009-10

Administration
Provide initial response to Citizen
Response Center inquiries within one           *          *           *               *      90%
business day (customer focus,
process)
Maintain a log of all calls received by
the Department and ensure that
return calls are made by the close of          *          *           *               *      95%
the next business day (process)

Budget for Replacement equipment
as recommended by APWA                         *          *           *               *       Y
standards (financial)


Facilities Maintenance
Receive a customer satisfaction
rating of 80% positive on all work
order Customer Feedback Forms                  *          *           *               *       Y
(customer focus)
Number of Work Orders Completed
(outcome)                                     3897       4215       2335**          2000     3000

Maintain one Certified Playground
Inspector and two certified HVAC               1          2           2              3         3
Technician (capacity building)
Respond to work requests within the
time frame indicated in the Level of
Service document (outcome)                     *          *           *               *      85%


Roads and Drainage

Receive fewer than 6 Requests for
Additional Information (RAI) on the
National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (NPDES) permit              17         25          5              5         5
program submission each year
(customer focus)

Maintain National Flood Insurance
Program Community Rating System
                                               7          7           7              7         7
rating of 7 (outcome)

Clean 20% of all catch basins and
associated pipes every year
                                               *          *           *             30%      20%
(process)

Number of Work Orders Completed
(outcome)
                                              2371       2586        2063           351**    2600

Landscape and Irrigation

Number of Work Orders Completed
(outcome)                                     3957       4328        2899           362**    2500

Maintain two certified Florida Master          2           2          6              11       11
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Performance                             2005-06     2006-07   2007-08   Projected     Est.
Indicator                                Actual      Actual    Actual    2008-09    2009-10
Gardeners, one Certified Landscape
Technician, one Ornamental Spray
Licensed Technician, two
Ornamental and Turf Pest Control
Technicians, five certified Tree
Trimmers (capacity building)
Maintain +/- 3 days per month on
park maintenance route per crew            *              *      *         10         10
(process, outcome)
Receive 80% positive rating on yearly
satisfaction surveys from Parks and
Recreation and Open Space
Advisory Boards (customer focus)           *              *      *          *        80%



Capital Projects
Complete assigned projects on              *              *      *        100%       100%
schedule (outcome, customer focus)
Complete assigned projects within
budget (outcome, financial)                *              *      *        100%       100%

Maintain two licensed General
Contractors as Project Managers            3              2      2          2          2
(capacity building)
Receive an 80% positive rating from
customer satisfaction survey
completed at the conclusion of each        *              *      *          *        80%
project (customer focus)

* Not available
** Scheduled maintenance no longer issued by work order




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                                                                                       Public Works Organizational Chart for Fiscal Year 2010



                                                                                                              Director




                                                                      Contract
                       CAPITAL
                                                                   Maintenance &                                                                                    OFFICE
                      PROJECTS                                    Fleet Operations                                                                                  DIVISION
                       DIVISION                                         Office
                                                                                                             Assistant
                                                                                                             Director

                                                                    Maintenance
          Project Manager       Project Manager                                                                                                                Office Supervisor
                                                                 Services Supervisor




                      Construction
                                                                    Crew Leader                                                                                 Clerk Typist II
                       Technician




                                                                    Maintenance
                                                                    Technician I




                        Facilities                                                                        Roads & Drainage
                       Maintenance                                                                            Division
                        Division                                                                                                                                                                   Landscape/
                                                                                                                                                                                               Irrigation Division

                                                                                                        Maintenance Services
                                                                                                             Supervisor
                      Maintenance
                   Services Supervisor                                                                                                                                                           Maintenance
                                                                                                                                                                                              Services Supervisor




                                                                                                                                                                                                  Operations
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Supervisor
                                             Maintenance      POLICE                   Operations             Operations
Crew Leader            Crew Leader                                                                                              Equipment Operator
                                             Technician I   DEPARTMENT                 Supervisor             Supervisor




Maintenance           Maintenance            Maintenance    Maintenance                Maintenance           Maintenance            Maintenance                          Equipment Operator                                Care Taker
Technician I          Technician III         Technician I   Technician I               Technician I          Technician I           Technician I




Maintenance            Maintenance                                                                           Maintenance
                                                                                                                                                     Crew Leader               Crew Leader       Crew Leader              Crew Leader           Crew Leader
Technician I           Technician I                                                                          Technician I




Maintenance                                                                                                  Maintenance                             Maintenance               Maintenance       Maintenance              Maintenance           Maintenance
Technician I                                                                                                 Technician I                            Technician I              Technician I      Technician I             Technician I          Technician I




Maintenance                                                                                                  Maintenance                             Maintenance                                 Maintenance              Maintenance           Maintenance
Technician I                                                                                                 Technician I                            Technician I                                Technician I             Technician I          Technician I




Maintenance                                                                                                  Maintenance
Technician I                                                                                                                                                                                     Maintenance              Maintenance
                                                                                                             Technician I
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Technician I             Technician I



Maintenance
Technician I                                                                                                 Maintenance                                                                         Maintenance             Maintenance
                                                                                                             Technician I                                                                        Technician I        Technician I (Will Call)




108.
109.
110.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                            PUBLIC WORKS DEPT - RIGHT OF WAY


                                  FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $767,477     $795,973         $777,573        $617,340       $571,789
OVERTIME                           $8,519       $8,633          $20,351           $6,983         $9,076
LONGEVITY                         $12,212           $0           $9,000           $2,207         $6,000
FICA                              $57,127      $57,506          $60,011          $44,779       $45,873
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $96,698     $118,257         $113,645          $88,098      $106,578
HEALTH INSURANCE                 $156,404     $165,358         $177,405         $133,884      $140,347
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $26,084      $32,033          $36,200          $32,392       $31,122
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $5,267       $5,724           $5,744           $1,034            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS      $1,129,788   $1,183,484      $1,199,929         $926,717      $910,785


VEHICLE USAGE                     $50,295      $53,198               $0               $0            $0
TRASH REMOVAL                    $179,670           $0               $0               $0            $0
LANDSCAPING                       $24,447      $21,519          $21,287          $15,352            $0
LANDSCAPE GRANT EXPENSE           $15,000           $0         $120,000          $41,519            $0
MAINTENANCE                      $293,335     $410,952         $473,118         $366,705            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $1,600       $2,100               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $3,227       $2,727               $0             $218            $0
TOOLS                              $3,213       $2,454           $2,675           $2,675            $0
TREE PRESERVATION EXP.                 $0           $0         $115,000          $65,337            $0
UNIFORMS                           $6,621       $8,074               $0             $126            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $2,880       $3,387               $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                     $9,585       $6,314               $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                   $7,651       $7,653          $20,069           $7,288            $0
CONTRACTUAL MAINTENANCE                $0           $0               $0               $0      $468,683
STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE               $0           $0               $0               $0       $75,000
NPDES RQRD MAINT-ROAD                  $0           $0               $0               $0       $14,000
FUEL                               $6,404      $11,476           $9,017           $4,685            $0
ROAD MATERIALS & SUPPLIES              $0           $0               $0               $0      $104,220
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $603,928     $529,854         $761,166         $503,905      $661,903


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $1,733,716   $1,713,338      $1,961,095        $1,430,622    $1,572,688




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                       PUBLIC WORKS DEPT - TOWN PROPERTY MAINT.


                                  FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $489,111     $520,190         $470,469        $364,164       $504,546
OVERTIME                           $7,844      $10,689          $12,033           $4,639         $6,745
LONGEVITY                          $5,250           $0           $6,000           $1,000         $7,500
FICA                              $37,447      $39,712          $36,246          $27,982       $39,734
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $76,977      $94,054          $78,839          $60,309       $96,496
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $82,057      $91,822          $84,623          $73,214      $134,613
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $16,561      $20,690          $23,214          $19,310       $29,121
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $3,285       $3,704           $3,437             $577            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $718,532     $780,861         $714,861         $551,195      $818,755


VEHICLE USAGE                     $55,244      $57,382               $0               $0            $0
BUILDING MAINT./INT.             $112,715     $141,261         $142,403         $106,498            $0
BUILDING MAINT./EXT.              $97,008     $101,673         $260,495         $144,651            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $5,451       $5,940               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $1,382       $1,343               $0               $0            $0
TOOLS                              $2,394       $1,602           $1,740           $1,469            $0
UNIFORMS                           $4,304       $3,246               $0               $0            $0
JANITORIAL CONTRACTS                   $0           $0               $0               $0      $267,144
COMMUNICATIONS                     $5,849       $5,652               $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                 $110,687     $105,018         $132,000         $126,175            $0
CONTRACTUAL MAINTENANCE                $0           $0               $0               $0       $81,592
MATERIALS & TOOLS                      $0           $0               $0               $0      $145,970
FUEL                               $6,404       $9,836           $8,923           $4,016            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $401,438     $432,953         $545,561         $382,809      $494,706


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $1,119,970   $1,213,814      $1,260,422         $934,004     $1,313,461




                                                                                                          112.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                      GENERAL FUND
                            PUBLIC WORKS DEPT - STREET LIGHTING


                                    FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                               Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
MAINTENANCE                         $64,613    $140,314         $101,805         $73,324              $0
UTILITY SERVICES                   $533,462    $595,187         $680,252         $526,793            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $598,075    $735,501         $782,057         $600,117            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS          $598,075    $735,501         $782,057         $600,117            $0




                                                                                                           113.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                      GENERAL FUND
                            PUBLIC WORKS DEPT - ROADWAY MAINT.


                                    FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                               Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
VEHICLE USAGE                       $99,440    $103,287               $0               $0             $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS              $1,128      $1,152               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES              $2,353      $1,925               $0               $0            $0
TOOLS                                  $87        $549             $700              $619            $0
ROAD MAINTENANCE                    $86,051    $132,697         $211,277         $201,293            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                       $1,311      $1,638               $0               $0            $0
FUEL                                $23,481     $34,427          $29,134          $14,056            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $213,851    $275,675         $241,111         $215,968            $0


CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $60,384      $1,773               $0               $0            $0
EQUIPMENT                                $0     $26,196               $0              $68            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS            $60,384     $27,969               $0              $68            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS          $274,235    $303,644         $241,111         $216,036            $0




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                          PUBLIC WORKS DEPT - PARKS MAINTENANCE


                                   FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $457,699     $460,905         $478,464        $360,174       $946,819
OVERTIME                            $8,415       $6,823          $12,273           $7,616       $13,632
LONGEVITY                           $5,113         $249           $3,500           $2,015       $10,500
FICA                               $34,382      $34,674          $37,433          $27,447       $72,604
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $69,439      $83,267          $82,513          $62,503      $189,727
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $94,862      $91,601          $96,824          $80,835      $234,833
WORKER'S COMPENSATION              $15,928      $19,309          $21,717          $19,129       $52,434
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $3,329       $3,596           $3,754             $613            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $689,167     $700,424         $736,478         $560,332     $1,520,549


PARKS GROUNDS MAINT/CONTR         $472,761     $246,576         $279,968         $250,904            $0
PARKS BLDG MAINT/CONTR SV         $151,916     $113,089         $116,323          $98,382            $0
TRAIL MAINTENANCE                   $6,836      $20,292          $20,336             $570            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                     $165,734     $172,145               $0               $0            $0
BUILDING MAINT./INT.               $65,393      $48,634          $56,600          $46,735            $0
PARKS GROUND MAINT.                $87,004      $79,670         $143,725          $98,485            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS             $1,600       $1,632               $0               $0            $0
TOOLS                               $4,924       $4,837           $8,750           $9,393            $0
HURRICANE SUPPLIES                  $2,603       $2,668               $0               $0            $0
UNIFORMS                            $4,249       $7,160               $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $2,014       $4,831               $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                    $1,456         $656            $790              $620            $0
CONTRACTUAL MAINTENANCE                 $0           $0               $0               $0      $335,298
MATERIALS & TOOLS                       $0           $0               $0               $0       $89,240
FUEL                               $64,039      $98,363          $83,648          $40,829            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $1,030,529    $800,553         $710,140         $545,918      $424,538


CAPITAL OUTLAY                     $31,918      $36,470               $0               $0            $0
EQUIPMENT                               $0       $9,934           $1,000           $1,000            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS           $31,918      $46,404           $1,000           $1,000            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $1,751,614   $1,547,381      $1,447,618        $1,107,250    $1,945,087




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                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                            PUBLIC WORKS DEPT - STORMWATER


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $114,886     $40,906          $34,042           $6,538             $0
OVERTIME                              $98       $957            $1,021               $0            $0
LONGEVITY                           $282         $98                $0               $0            $0
FICA                               $8,774      $3,210           $2,682             $500            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $14,126      $5,771           $3,997             $741            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $15,801      $1,750               $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION              $4,272      $1,675           $1,497             $223            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $813        $333             $289               $52            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $159,052     $54,700          $43,528           $8,054            $0


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   $0      $1,578               $0               $0            $0
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                  $0      $1,750               $0               $0            $0
LAWN MAINTENANCE                 $140,793     $71,826          $90,053          $69,610            $0
MAINT. CONTRACTS                   $1,456     $10,960            $810                $0            $0
DRAINAGE REPAIRS & MAINT           $7,306     $11,683               $0               $0            $0
AGENCY REQUIREMENTS                 $858        $146            $6,000               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $22,273     $22,596               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $2,291      $1,894               $0               $0            $0
ROAD MAINTENANCE                   $4,178     $17,409          $90,594          $71,392            $0
UNIFORMS                           $1,637      $2,773               $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                         $0      $1,303               $0               $0            $0
FUEL                               $6,404      $9,836           $7,634           $3,347            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $187,196    $153,754         $195,091         $144,349            $0


CAPITAL OUTLAY                         $0     $13,500               $0               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS               $0     $13,500               $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $346,248    $221,954         $238,619         $152,403            $0




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117.
                                             FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                            SPECIAL PROJECTS

Mission

The Special Projects Department’s mission is to promote an understanding and interest in creating, developing,
and implementing a variety of diverse special and cultural events; as well as cultural classes and cooperative
partnership programs with other not for profit groups that meet the cultural, social and physical needs of the
community.


Major Programs and Services / Objectives


1) BERGERON RODEO GROUNDS/MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
To offer year round and seasonal cultural activities, special events and festivals for the entire family at little or at
no cost; as well as offering year round family concerts, shows and equestrian events at the Bergeron Rodeo
Grounds at an affordable cost to its residents and visiting tourists.

OBJECTIVES
The Special Projects Department maintains the arena facility and surrounding grounds (approximately 25 acres of
land) on a daily basis, year round. This gives the venue a pristine welcome for visiting residents and tourists.

PROGRAM SERVICE AND OUTCOMES
Recent Capital improvements have included new aluminum bleachers, a new entrance pole barn, a cowboy picnic
pavilion, new signage on major highways and colorful directional signs for patrons to identify venue. We are in the
process of re-roofing the venue and adding an additional metal building for livestock.

OBJECTIVES/PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
                  OBJECTIVES                             PERFORMANCE INDICATORS                     ANNUAL
                                                                                                     GOAL
Turf-kept properly mowed, healthy and attractive Mow turf weekly April-September and                100.00%
                                                 bimonthly October-March
Fertilization-adequate to promote healthy turf   Apply 4 to 6 pounds nitrogen per 1000              100.00%
                                                 per year
Manual irrigation-no drought stress conditions Weekly inspections, work order request               100.00%
Weed control-weed population kept less than      Biweekly inspections, treatment log                 95.00%
25% of turf area                                 maintained
Pest control-pest impact less than 15% visible Biweekly inspections, treatment log                   95.00%
activity/damage                                  maintained
Litter control-areas kept 95% litter free, daily Twice per week inspections/rodeo                   100.00%
maintenance                                      inspected prior to each usage
Lighting-lighting levels maintained per design   Twice per week inspections, work order              98.00%
specs./max. three day repair time                requests/rodeo inspected prior to each
                                                 usage
Surfaces-kept cleaned, swept, functional and     Daily inspections, work order requests              98.00%
safe
Restrooms-cleaned at least once per day/as       Daily inspections, work order requests             100.00%
needed during special events
Special features kept clean, functional and safe Daily inspections, work order requests             100.00%

PRODUCTIVITY INDICATORS
        PRODUCTIVITY INDICATOR                        FY 2007       FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010
MOWING (ACRES)                                         1,100         1,100          1,100         1,100
FERTILIZATION (ACRES)                                    65            65             65            65
WEED CONTROL (ACRES)                                     38            38             38           38

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PEST CONTROL (ACRES)                                     30            30            30           30
LITTER CONTROL (RECEPTACLES/YEAR)                       500           500           525          525
LIGHTING                                                40             40            50           50
SURFACES (SF)                                           150           150           155          155
RESTROOMS (#CLEANINGS)                                  350           350           400          450



2) BERGERON RODEO GROUNDS VENUE

This is a multipurpose community facility. The Bergeron Rodeo Grounds has served as host for many family
orientated special events. These events have included rodeos, dog shows, concerts, trucking and car events,
horse shows, beauty pageants, corporate parties, western theme dinners, arts and crafts shows, auctions and
more!

A multi-purpose facility and performing arts center is a traditional way of life today. Citizens desire fine musical,
theatrical and heritage type of events. The fundamental role of a multipurpose facility is to strengthen cultural,
civic and educational experience in the community.

PROGRAM AND SERVICE OUTCOMES
The number of events and rentals are continuous. The arena is rented every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
evenings on a yearly basis. Weekend rentals vary throughout the year. The average number of rental days the
facility is rented is 250 days per year.

OBJECTIVES/PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
                  OBJECTIVES                            PERFORMANCE INDICATORS                   ANNUAL
                                                                                                   GOAL
Continue use of the Arena for community based      Currently used 250 days per year           Increase rentals
programs                                                                                          10.00%
Increase revenue rentals to include more           Contact concert promoters to solicit           25.00%
concerts                                           rental
Continue to stimulate and encourage usages         Brochures, update newspaper,                    75.00%
through an aggressive marketing program            mainstream advertising
Through proper management control, continue        Attendance has increased                       100.00%
to increase attendance at events
Provide a clean and safe environment for the       Daily, weekly and monthly checklist            100.00%
various activities
Continue structural capital improvements           Structural improvements included a roof      Continue
                                                   replacement , cattle building, bleachers, capital repairs
                                                   pole barn, cowboy pavilion, new metal New restroom
                                                   doors                                        amenities
To improve creativity and skills of staff in       Increased staff educational                 Attend State
creating publications. Produce professional        opportunities                                  FFEA
work through training                                                                        conference and
                                                                                             CEU classes at
                                                                                              local colleges
To disseminate information on the variety of       Produce quarterly newsletter, provide      Updated web
programs available to residents in order to        PSA opportunities, active web page           page info,
increase participation in these programs           info,                                       newsletters,
                                                                                            weekly releases

PRODUCTIVITY INDICATORS
          PRODUCTIVITY INDICATOR                      FY 2007      FY 2008       FY 2009       FY 2010
Rodeo                                                   84           84            84            84
Non-Profit Events                                       35           36            36            36
Profit Oriented                                         35           36            36            36
Community events (non-profit)                           30           28            28            28
Attendance                                            190,000      220,000       325,000       325,000


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3) FAMILY CULTURAL AND SPECIAL EVENTS PROGRAM

The Town of Davie Special Projects Department offers year round and seasonal cultural activities, special events
and festivals for the entire family. Last year, the Town sponsored over 250 days of family events or activities. The
Town of Davie is also home to the Davie Actors’ Community Theater, the Summer Youth Actors’ Theater Camp
and a variety youth cultural art classes.

PROGRAM AND SERVICE OUTCOMES
The Special Projects department offered over 20 family cultural events at little or no cost to its residents. New
activities included a Jamaican Festival, Brazilian Festival, Gay and Lesbian Rodeo, Mexican Heritage Fest, Open
and House Trail Rides. These activities are offered throughout the town for all its residents.

OBJECTIVES/PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
                 OBJECTIVES                           PERFORMANCE INDICATORS               ANNUAL
                                                                                           GOAL
Enhance monthly family cultural event            20 cultural events, special events, and   Increase quality
experiences through the arts and other family    class programs.                              of events
sharing experiences
Increase sponsorships and community              Thousands of dollars are raised             Increase by
involvement                                      annually to support events                    25.00%
Co-sponsor events with other profit and non-     Increase co-sponsorship                       10.00%
profit agencies
Improve the quality of programs by adding to     Add new programs to reflect the cultural    25.00%
existing programs                                diversity of the Town
Provide a creative outlet for families in the    Expose to various cultural programs and    Increase
Town.                                            activities                               opportunities
To improve creativity and skills of staff        Educational training and seminars           50.00%
To disseminate information                       Via Web /internet, brochures, hand outs    Increase
                                                 to make residents aware of a variety of   visibility by
                                                 programs available to residents             25.00%

PRODUCTIVITY INDICATORS
         PRODUCTIVITY INDICATOR                     FY 2007      FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010
Children's Programs and Events                         19           20            22           22
Children's Participation                             25,000       27,000        27,000       28,000
Sponsorships and Community Involvement              50.00%       55.00%        60.00%       65.00%



4) MONTHLY REPORTS AND PROGRAM STATEMENTS

Reports are generated monthly to access the departments work output.            These reports also act as a time
justification tool to monitor staff’s daily, weekly, and monthly time input.

PROGRAM SERVICE AND OUTCOMES
Have continually completed daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports throughout the fiscal year(s).

OBJECTIVES/PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
                 OBJECTIVES                           PERFORMANCE INDICATORS                  ANNUAL
                                                                                               GOAL
Report daily, weekly, and monthly program        Currently reporting 200+ days of             Continue
activities                                       activities                                 annual reports
Report daily, weekly, and monthly activity       Currently reporting 200+ days of             Continue
attendance                                       activities                                 annual reports
Report facility rentals and fees                 Currently reporting 200+ days of            Report rental

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                                                   activities                              variations and
                                                                                              updates
Daily, weekly, monthly safety checks               Safety checks performed daily for each Perform checks
                                                   event                                  100% of times
Structure(s) safety reports                        Per event and monthly                  Perform 100%
                                                                                          52 plus reports
Budget Reports and Requests                        Fiscal Year review                      Report yearly
                                                                                            expenditures

PRODUCTIVITY INDICATORS
          PRODUCTIVITY INDICATOR                     FY 2007      FY 2008       FY 2009       FY 2010
Rodeo                                                  94           94            84            84
Non-profit events                                      38           40            35            36
Profit events                                          35           35            35            36



5) CULTURAL ART THEATERS, CLINICS, AND CLASSES

The value of cultural arts is vital and intrinsic part of the human experience and individual expression. Cultural
arts cannot be ignored as it has proven to boost academic achievement by enhancing test scores, attitudes,
social skills and critical thinking. It develops collaborative team work skills, flexible thinking, an appreciation for
diversity, and fosters self-discipline.

PROGRAM AND SERVICE OUTCOMES
Special Projects Department has recently contacted and interviewed an array of instructors for many cultural
mediums. We are currently soliciting for students to begin classes.

OBJECTIVES/PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
                  OBJECTIVES                           PERFORMANCE INDICATORS               ANNUAL
                                                                                            GOAL
To create cultural opportunities                   Offer several forms of cultural lessons, Increase
                                                   classes, and programming to meet the opportunities by
                                                   needs of a family; such as offering art 50.00%
                                                   classes, cultural educational lectures
                                                   and art displays
Offer a variety of cultural art classes            Through art mediums, music, dance,       By offering
                                                   drama                                    weekly and
                                                                                            monthly
                                                                                            instructional
                                                                                            classes
Increase participation by 50%                      Aggressive marketing program             4 times per
                                                                                            year

PRODUCTIVITY INDICATORS
          PRODUCTIVITY INDICATOR                     FY 2007      FY 2008       FY 2009       FY 2010
Cultural Clinic/Lectures                                0            3             4             4
Attendance                                            1,800        2,000         2,000         2,300
Contractual Classes                                     1            4             8             8
Cultural Camp Productions                               1            0             1             1
Adult Actors Play Productions                           9            9            10            10




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6) VOLUNTEER SUPPORT PROGRAM

The Special Projects Volunteer Program offers residents an opportunity to become involved with local
government and offers educational and vocational training.

PROGRAM AND SERVICE OUTCOMES
The Special Projects Department remains very successful in offering volunteer opportunities for residents and non
profit groups. Over 15,000 hours of volunteer hours were donated by residents and non-profits organizations to
the Town of Davie’s youth, teen and adult programs at various town facilities.

OBJECTIVES/PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
                 OBJECTIVES                         PERFORMANCE INDICATORS                ANNUAL
                                                                                          GOAL
Increase opportunities to volunteer time and    Have increase opportunities by               Increase
skills for residents.                           increasing number of events                   10.00%
To offer residents, students and young youth an Offer school community service hours         Increase
opportunity to feel they have made a            for junior, high school and college levels opportunities
contribution to their community                                                               25.00%
To offer residents, students and young youth an Increase levels of responsibilities          Increase
opportunity to learn new traits                                                               25.00%
To reward residents, students and young youth Town council recognition,                      Increase
for taking part in volunteering                 complementary tickets to events,              20.00%
                                                volunteer shirts, hats and luncheons

PRODUCTIVITY INDICATORS
         PRODUCTIVITY INDICATOR                   FY 2007      FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010
Volunteer Opportunities                             300          400          425          450
Volunteer Hours                                    15,000       16,000       16,500       17,000
Educational Training                                275          300          300          310




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Special Projects Department
FY 2010


                               Town Administrator




                                 Special Projects     Administrative
                                    Director            Secretary



                                Events Specialist   Recreation Leader




          Equipment Operator




              Maintenance
               Technician




              Maintenance
               Technician




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                           SPECIAL PROJECTS DEPARTMENT


                                FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                       $309,049    $338,913         $356,591        $337,561       $356,296
OVERTIME                         $4,327      $4,950           $4,499           $4,043         $5,829
LONGEVITY                        $7,976          $0           $9,405               $0         $5,000
FICA                            $21,998     $24,701          $25,776          $25,255       $28,463
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION         $42,625     $54,503          $54,239          $49,216       $69,023
HEALTH INSURANCE                $68,820     $67,125          $70,689          $57,117       $66,720
WORKER'S COMPENSATION            $5,231      $6,814           $7,517           $7,758         $9,128
EDUCATION AND TRAINING               $0          $0               $0               $0            $1
DISABILITY INSURANCE             $2,081      $2,337           $2,422             $421            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE               $462,107    $499,343         $531,138         $481,371      $540,460


LEGAL EXPENSE                        $0          $0            $125                $0            $0
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            $12,491      $7,057          $16,350           $6,563         $9,000
CONTR. SVC./SP. EVENTS            $516           $0               $0               $0            $0
ARENA EXPENSE                   $36,728     $23,129          $46,697          $38,817       $44,362
VEHICLE USAGE                   $14,016     $14,835          $15,122          $19,518       $24,976
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS         $16,772     $11,376          $12,206          $12,204       $13,853
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES          $7,649      $3,114           $7,700           $1,850         $7,315
SPECIAL PROJECTS               $103,001    $113,864         $131,000         $111,294      $135,075
UNIFORMS                          $701        $755            $1,360             $150          $793
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $35       $198            $3,012               $0         $1,852
COMMUNICATIONS                   $5,338      $2,351           $7,369           $2,090         $7,000
UTILITY SERVICES                $34,115     $36,629          $38,000          $30,796       $41,700
FUEL                             $2,532      $4,525           $3,337           $1,443         $1,479
OPERATING EXPENSE              $233,894    $217,833         $282,278         $224,725      $287,405


CAPITAL OUTLAY                  $24,570          $0               $0               $0            $0
EQUIPMENT                        $2,197       $998                $0               $0         $3,800
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT             $0          $0               $0               $0          $250
CAPITAL OUTLAY                  $26,767       $998                $0               $0         $4,050


DEPARTMENT TOTALS              $722,768    $718,174         $813,416         $706,096      $831,915




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                                        FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                  Parks & Recreation Department

Mission

Provide life enriching, diversified recreational programs, high quality park areas and facilities, courteous and
helpful customer service and proactive improvement to meet future need.

Objectives
  •   Provide quality, safe, accessible and varied recreational areas, facilities and programs for all residents.
  •   Promote individual and community physical, mental and social wellbeing through involvement in both
      structured and self directed recreational programs and activities.
  •   Provide quality, varied recreational programs which are well planned and managed and meet community
      need.
  •   Maintain and guide the growth and expansion of the Town’s recreational delivery system to meet
      community needs in a fiscally responsible manner.


Major Programs and Services
Sports: (14) In-house youth sports programs; (2) outsourced youth sports programs; and approximately 550 field
rentals per year for: small group use, travel sports program use, and one day/multiple day tournament use.
(Recreational Services Priority Rating: Medium and High; Supports Council Goals1, 3, 4)
Recreation: (13) senior PIMPC activity programs; (7) PIMPC youth and adult contractual instructor programs; (10)
senior special holiday or seasonal events; (12) senior movie field trips; (6) senior Hollywood Beach Theater field
trips; (18) senior field trips to local malls, flea markets; youth after school and summer camp programs.
(Recreational Services Rating Low and High; Supports Council Goals: 1, 3, 4)
Aquatics & Fitness: Lifeguard Training; Swim Central Lessons; Swim Team; Water Aerobics; Swim Lessons;
Water Polo; Open Public Recreational Swim and Lap Swimming; Dive in Movies; Family Splash Days; Pool
Rentals; and Full Service Fitness Center with personalized fitness programs and strength and aerobic training
equipment. (Recreational Services/Facility Management Priority Rating High; Supports Council Goals 1, 2, 5)
Park Rangers: Park & Trail opening, patrolling, closing; meeting room & shelter rentals; vandalism prevention;
park rules and regulation education/enforcement and mail courier service for Town departments. (Recreational
Services Priority Rating: High; Supports Council Goals 1, 3, 4)


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects.
The proposed FY10 Department budget of $3,668,268 is $200,948 (5%) less then the FY09 Adjusted Original
Budget ($3,869,216).


PERSONNEL ADJUSTMENTS
1. Reduce hours for (2) vacant Full Time Park Ranger Positions from 40 hours per week to 35 hours per week.
2. Reduce hours of (1) Part Time Park Ranger position from up to 32 hours per week to up to 20 hours per
   week.
3. Convert (1) Full Time Sports Recreation Leader position to Part Time status up to 30 hours per week.
4. Eliminate (1) vacant Part Time Fitness Center Recreation Attendant. Workload to be handled by the Fitness
   Specialist.
5. Eliminate (1) Will Call Recreation Division Recreation Attendant position. Position is underutilized and is not
   needed.
6. Eliminate (1) vacant Clerk Typist position. Workload redistributed to remaining clerical staff.

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7. Eliminate (1) vacant Part Time Sports Division Recreation Leader position. Operation of the Youth Tackle
   Football Program by a parent non profit group allows for this vacancy elimination.
8. Eliminate (1) Recreation Division Coordinator position. Workload for this position has decreased due to
   outsourcing of programs. Remaining workload will be distributed to other staff.


OPERATIONAL EXPENSES ADJUSTMENTS
1. Sports Programs: Reduced expense items to reflect decreased program participation, resulting in a reduction
   of $120,000.
          a. Allocated $15,000 for gym rental if needed for the Youth Sports Basketball Program.
          b. Eliminated Davie Night at the Ballpark resulting in a savings of $6,000.
          c.   Eliminated funding allocated for Adult Sports Programs ($15,200). No program activity in FY2009.
2. Adult/Senior/Recreation Programs: Utility Services expense increase of $5,266. Overall expense item
   decrease of $477.
3. Aquatics & Fitness Programs: Allocated $6,000 for pool leak repair. Overall expense increase of $1,535.
4. Park Ranger Division: Expense increase of $7,936 due to increases in Vehicle Usage and Utility Services
   Expenses.
5. Parks & Recreation Administrative Support: Expense increase of $2,975 due to increases in: Internal
   Charges, Utility Services and Technology Equipment and Software Expenses.


PROGRAM & FACILITY USE FEES:
1. Establish a Travel Sports Program Field Use Rental Fee: Provide Davie Travel Teams field/facility use at a
   rate equal to 50% of actual Town costs for field preparation, janitorial and field lighting costs as recommended
   by the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board.
2. Establish a Town Travel Sports Program Tournament Field Rental Fee: Provide Davie Sports Program
   Teams use of field/facility use at a rate equal to 75% of actual Town costs for field preparation, re-prep,
   janitorial, field lighting, infield conditioner, park ranger patrol and post use clean up costs as recommended by
   the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board.
3. Increase the Pool Party Rental Fee from $40 for two hour of use to $75 per two hours of use, includes use of
   the covered pool patio area and ¼ of the pool. Insurance Certificate required.
4. Increase the Pool Lane Rental Fee from $10 per hour per lane to $12 per hour per lane. Insurance Certificate
   required. This fee will be used for lane rentals to private and non profit individuals or groups such as high
   school swim teams and visiting swim teams.
5. Establish a Town Swim Team / Water Polo Team Lane Rental Fee of $2.50 per hour per lane. Insurance
   Certificate required.
6. Establish a Jr. Lifeguard Camp Fee of $225 per participant per 10 day camp.
7. Establish an On the Job Aquatics Training Camp of $225 per participant per 10 day camp.
8. Establish a Lifeguard Training Class Fee of $250 per participant per 30 hr. class.
9. Establish a Summer Camp Pool Use Fee of $3 per participant per 2 hr. session.
10. Establish a Dive-In-Movie Fee of $5 per person.
11. Establish Fees for use of the Horse Rings at Oakhill Equestrian Park. Small Horse Ring Rental Fee of $100
    for Ring Tilling plus $50/hr. of use. Large Horse Ring Rental Fee of $100 for Ring Tilling plus $75/hr. of use
    for rental use.
12. Increase Field Lighting Fee from $10/hr to $15/hr.




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FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
Department Recreational Services and Facility Management efforts are focused on achieving the following
Program and Service Outcomes:
Maintain program participation levels / adjust operations to compensate for variations in participation.
Maintain or improve program participate satisfaction levels/minimal complaint level.
Maintain or improve park system area & facilities and program quality and variety.
Funding expended for intended purposes in a responsible, cost effective manner.


                                   Department’s Key Performance Indicators
* Not available
Performance                           2005-06       2006-07       2007-08        2008-09          Est.
Indicator                              Actual        Actual        Actual         Actual        2009-10

Youth Programs                           33            33            39              40            40


Youth Program Participants              8,000        8,000          8,000          6,500          7,000

                                         6-8          6-8            6-8             6-8          8-10
Aquatics Programs

Aquatics Program Participants             *             *             *                *          1,700

                                        5000          5000          5000           5000           5000
Open Gym Use

Athletic Field Rentals                   425          425           425              500           550


Meeting Room Rentals/Use                 600          650           650              550           550


Shelter Rentals                          350          350           350              350           360


Volunteer Hours                        66,000        66,000        70,000          70,000        70,000


Annual Revenue                         923,000     1,000,000      1,011,000       975,000        950,000




                                                                                                           127.
Parks & Recreation
     FY 2010
                                                               Parks & Recreation
                                                                    Director




            Sports                                                                  Administrative       Recreation
                               Aquatics           Fitness                                                                  Park Rangers
                                                                                      Support



         1 F/T Fitness
                                               1 F/T Fitness                        1 F/T Operation      1 F/T Crew
          Coordinator        1 F/T Fitness                                                                                1 F/T Recreation
                                                 Specialist                           Supervisor           Leader
                              Technician                                                                                    Coordinator
                                                                                          50%


        1 F/T Operations
           Supervisor                                                                   1 F/T
                                                                                                       1 F/T Recreation     1 F/T Crew
              50%                             3 P/T Recreation                      Administrative
                              2 F/T Crew                                                                    Leader            Leader
                                                 Attendants                           Secretary
                               Leaders


       1 F/T Crew Leader                                                                               4 P/T Recreation
                                                                                        1 F/T                               5 F/T Park
                                                                                                          Attendants
                              6 P/T Pool                                              Secretary                              Rangers
                                                                                                            PIMPC
                              Lifeguards


       1 F/T Rec. Leader                                                                                Contractual,
                            4 P/T Seasonal                                                                                  5 P/T Park
                                                                                         2 F/T           Instructors,
                              Lifeguards                                                                                     Rangers
                                                                                    Clerk Typists II    Vendors and
                            Booth/May-Sept.
                                                                                                         Volunteers

       3 P/T Rec. Leaders
                            18 P/T Seasonal
                               Lifeguards
                              June - Sept.

          4 P/T Rec.
          Attendants
          Potter MPC          Contractual
                               Vendors

          Contractual
          Vendors and
           Volunteers




128.
129.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                     PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - YOUTH RECREATION


                                  FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $376,313     $529,561         $537,517        $426,033       $320,839
OVERTIME                          $14,572      $16,038           $9,098          $10,652         $7,522
LONGEVITY                          $9,413           $0          $10,280             $542         $4,625
FICA                              $29,950      $41,059          $41,328          $33,647       $25,239
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $49,204      $82,249          $75,475          $61,657       $43,141
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $51,188      $84,792          $78,640          $63,111       $35,640
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $11,608      $19,968          $20,696          $18,165       $12,003
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $1,639       $2,919           $2,913             $529            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $543,887     $776,586         $775,947         $614,336      $449,009


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               $1,894           $0            $450              $450            $0
CONTR. SVC./SPORTS                $84,470      $60,834          $82,000          $50,609       $68,850
CONTR. SVC./RECREATION            $14,969       $8,063          $10,125           $6,966       $14,250
VEHICLE USAGE                     $28,726      $19,791          $22,142          $17,831       $25,746
PARKS MAINT.                         $163           $0               $0               $0            $0
RENTALS AND LEASES                     $0           $0               $0               $0       $15,000
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $14,589      $12,708               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $2,025       $1,740           $1,500           $1,348         $1,500
ATHLETIC PROGRAMS                $198,628     $109,314         $146,398         $110,399      $105,000
INSURANCE                         $26,464      $12,518          $45,000          $16,424       $45,000
5 ON 5 SOCCER EXPENSE             $15,239       $9,118           $3,935           $2,660            $0
SCHOLARSHIP EXPENSES               $6,745       $5,770          $15,000           $2,640         $5,500
UNIFORMS                           $1,740       $1,117           $3,825           $3,815         $1,450
SUPPLIES                          $20,507      $34,102          $35,610          $13,091            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $17,700      $15,104          $17,000          $11,282       $15,000
UTILITY SERVICES                 $157,855     $264,734         $361,400         $252,313      $325,015
FUEL                                   $0       $6,298           $6,006           $3,199         $4,000
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $591,714     $561,211         $750,391         $493,027      $626,311


EQUIPMENT                          $5,059           $0            $900              $890            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS           $5,059           $0            $900              $890            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $1,140,660   $1,337,797      $1,527,238        $1,108,253    $1,075,320




                                                                                                          130.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                   PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - AQUATICS AND FITNESS


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $425,839    $472,366         $511,313        $377,623       $506,317
OVERTIME                          $29,881     $23,464           $8,831          $12,119       $17,428
LONGEVITY                          $1,250       $217            $1,250              $24          $750
FICA                              $34,189     $37,499          $39,385          $29,658       $39,302
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $19,526     $27,754          $24,943          $22,067       $32,978
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $32,334     $33,641          $30,595          $26,689       $39,120
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $12,698     $17,349          $21,376          $16,464       $22,419
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $1,079      $1,274           $1,276             $178            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $556,796    $613,564         $638,969         $484,822      $658,314


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              $13,884      $8,814           $8,500           $2,683         $5,000
CONTR. SVC./RECREATION            $15,896     $18,286          $14,250          $10,212       $14,250
CONTR. SVC./SP. EVENTS             $1,000          $0               $0               $0            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                          $0          $0           $5,827           $4,692         $7,213
PARKS MAINT.                        $765           $0               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $1,920      $1,920               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $3,024      $2,441           $2,500           $2,254         $1,700
UNIFORMS                           $2,952      $3,685           $3,875           $2,703         $3,420
SUPPLIES                          $58,754     $39,413          $45,570          $42,890       $42,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $2,352      $1,921           $2,064           $1,006         $1,000
COMMUNICATIONS                     $6,453      $3,497           $5,500           $3,383         $4,500
UTILITY SERVICES                  $43,596     $98,727         $130,110          $98,586      $134,950
FUEL                                   $0          $0           $1,802             $914         $1,500
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $150,596    $178,704         $219,998         $169,323      $215,533


CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $34,378          $0               $0               $0         $6,000
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS          $34,378          $0               $0               $0         $6,000


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $741,770    $792,268         $858,967         $654,145      $879,847




                                                                                                         131.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - CULTURAL ACT./RECREATION


                                  FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                         $250,778    $150,659         $190,135        $137,352       $158,730
OVERTIME                           $4,023      $4,467           $2,530           $2,699         $4,192
LONGEVITY                          $1,954          $0           $2,250               $0         $1,500
FICA                              $19,111     $11,911          $14,785          $11,174       $13,894
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $16,836     $11,365          $19,013          $11,548       $17,789
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $22,741      $9,723          $17,467          $16,836       $17,284
WORKER'S COMPENSATION              $8,646      $6,115           $7,666           $6,045         $6,980
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $939        $575             $902              $163            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS       $325,028    $194,815         $254,748         $185,817      $220,369


CONTR. SVC./RECREATION            $42,246     $42,951          $41,113          $34,786       $32,850
VEHICLE USAGE                     $18,654     $12,095          $15,150          $12,200       $15,958
BUILDING MAINT./INT.                $887           $0               $0               $0            $0
PARKS MAINT.                        $765           $0               $0               $0            $0
RENTALS AND LEASES                 $2,306          $0               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $12,432     $10,824               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $4,124      $3,816           $5,600           $4,739         $4,500
UNIFORMS                           $1,046      $1,013           $1,600             $439          $700
SUPPLIES                           $4,837     $10,990           $7,750           $8,618         $4,500
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $673        $380            $1,060             $608          $200
COMMUNICATIONS                    $13,356     $12,887          $13,000           $1,757       $12,660
UTILITY SERVICES                  $15,868     $65,432          $71,080          $44,664       $85,390
FUEL                                   $0      $3,674           $2,402           $1,371         $1,500
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $117,194    $164,062         $158,755         $109,182      $158,258


CAPITAL OUTLAY                     $2,994          $0               $0               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS           $2,994          $0               $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $445,216    $358,877         $413,503         $294,999      $378,627




                                                                                                         132.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                  GENERAL FUND
                 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - DIVERSIONARY DAYCAMPS


                                FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $80,187    $18,157               $0               $0             $0
OVERTIME                           $10        $10                $0               $0            $0
FICA                             $6,135     $1,438               $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $221      $3,558               $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION              $43       $824                $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE                 $5      $146                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS      $86,601    $24,133               $0               $0            $0


CONTR. SVC./RECREATION          $20,584     ($992)          $10,714           $8,901            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                    $3,078     $3,299           $1,165             $938            $0
RENTALS AND LEASES               $7,503         $0               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $239       $276                $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES           $334          $0               $0               $0            $0
UNIFORMS                          $500          $0               $0               $0            $0
SUPPLIES                        $10,645         $0               $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $707       $324             $100                $0            $0
FUEL                                 $0      $525             $120                $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS     $43,590     $3,432          $12,099           $9,839            $0


CAPITAL OUTLAY                       $0    $26,332               $0           $3,096            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS             $0    $26,332               $0           $3,096            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS      $130,191    $53,897          $12,099          $12,935            $0




                                                                                                      133.
134.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                 GENERAL FUND
                PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - DIVERSIONARY LATCHKEY


                               FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                       $69,208     $1,657               $0               $0             $0
OVERTIME                          $17         $0                $0               $0            $0
FICA                            $4,930      $122                $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION         $9,279      $105                $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE               $14,329      $179                $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION           $2,322       $27                $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE             $523         $4                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS    $100,608    $2,094                $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS     $100,608    $2,094                $0               $0            $0




                                                                                                     135.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                   PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - DIVERSIONARY DROP-IN


                                  FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $61,288    $34,920          $10,020           $5,912             $0
OVERTIME                             $10          $2            $301               $37            $0
LONGEVITY                           $313          $0            $188              $146            $0
FICA                               $4,689     $2,527            $696              $471            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION             $325      $6,187           $1,928           $1,150            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE                       $0     $7,381           $2,450           $2,030            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                $43      $1,363            $411              $300            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE                   $5      $309               $76              $14            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $66,673    $52,689          $16,070          $10,060            $0


CONTR. SVC./RECREATION            $17,334     ($629)               $0               $0            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                      $6,156     $5,498           $1,165             $938            $0
RENTALS AND LEASES                $20,647         $0            $400                $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $1,199     $1,080               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $1,999         $0               $0               $0            $0
FOOD PROGRAM EXPENSE               $2,547         $0               $0               $0            $0
UNIFORMS                            $881          $0               $0               $0            $0
SUPPLIES                          $11,358         $0               $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $402          $0               $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                     $1,260      $953                $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                  $17,248    $31,556           $6,000           $2,800            $0
FUEL                                   $0      $525                $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $81,031    $38,983           $7,565           $3,738            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $147,704    $91,672          $23,635          $13,798            $0




                                                                                                        136.
137.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                   PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION


                                   FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $373,269    $359,265         $373,958        $340,973       $279,210
OVERTIME                            $6,893      $2,408           $4,481           $1,912         $5,144
LONGEVITY                           $7,703          $0           $8,128               $0         $3,375
FICA                               $27,769     $26,149          $28,412          $25,237       $21,422
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $53,521     $65,036          $66,102          $61,331       $66,470
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $51,559     $59,064          $67,129          $57,367       $63,960
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $2,965      $2,449           $2,254           $2,554         $2,369
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $1,954      $2,318           $2,575             $391            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $525,633    $516,689         $553,039         $489,765      $441,950


CONTR. SVC./RECREATION             $15,177      $8,121          $11,160           $8,709         $9,250
HIRING AND TESTING                      $0          $0           $4,000               $0            $0
VEHICLE USAGE                       $9,273          $0           $1,166           $1,095            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $16,014     $14,844          $65,383          $65,388       $63,108
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $12,445      $6,351           $6,750           $6,725         $7,100
UNIFORMS                             $863           $0            $600              $556            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $1,633      $1,921           $2,000             $925         $1,500
COMMUNICATIONS                     $12,048      $4,985          $13,500           $9,243       $10,500
UTILITY SERVICES                   $23,096     $47,807          $38,930          $41,621       $53,720
FUEL                               $29,493       $525             $300              $262            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $120,042     $84,554         $143,789         $134,524      $145,178


TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT                $0          $0          $20,840               $0       $22,426
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS                $0          $0          $20,840               $0       $22,426


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         $645,675    $601,243         $717,668         $624,289      $609,554




                                                                                                          138.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                   GENERAL FUND
                   PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - COMMUNITY RELATIONS


                                 FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                            Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                        $245,503    $259,639         $361,030        $339,110       $351,915
OVERTIME                         $23,490     $26,632           $8,750          $27,730       $13,188
LONGEVITY                         $6,663       $111            $6,780               $0         $5,000
FICA                             $20,604     $22,390          $28,467          $28,362       $29,572
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION          $25,936     $29,633          $40,400          $42,593       $56,725
HEALTH INSURANCE                 $23,215     $20,604          $30,501          $32,547       $53,996
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $7,114      $8,959          $13,158          $13,048       $14,084
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $933        $982            $1,594             $289            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS      $353,458    $368,950         $490,680         $483,679      $524,480


VEHICLE USAGE                     $3,054     $54,975          $65,259          $57,114       $76,071
PARKS MAINT.                       $350           $0               $0               $0            $0
RENTALS AND LEASES                $4,892      $1,395           $2,000             $300        $1,000
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $4,751      $4,032               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $766       $1,123           $2,000           $1,038         $1,500
UNIFORMS                          $2,521      $2,075           $3,750           $3,115         $3,075
SUPPLIES                           $796           $0           $1,000             $976        $1,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $717          $80            $105                $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $3,238      $2,947           $4,000           $1,784         $3,000
UTILITY SERVICES                 $45,798     $19,626          $34,860          $34,960       $36,455
FUEL                                  $0     $37,260          $30,028          $18,904       $28,837
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $66,883    $123,513         $143,002         $118,191      $150,938


CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $1,000          $0               $0               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS          $1,000          $0               $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $421,341    $492,463         $633,682         $601,870      $675,418




                                                                                                        139.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                  GENERAL FUND
                PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT - JR DIVERSIONARY PROGRAM


                                FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $104          $0               $0               $0             $0
FICA                                $8         $0                $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $22         $0                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $134         $0                $0               $0            $0


VEHICLE USAGE                    $3,078    $8,796                $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS           $239       $204                $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                    $291       $328                $0               $0            $0
FUEL                                $0       $525                $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS      $3,608    $9,853                $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS        $3,742    $9,853                $0               $0            $0




                                                                                                      140.
                                     FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                 Human Resources Department

Mission
The Mission of the Human Resources Department is to create and maintain a highly skilled and motivated
workforce for the Town of Davie by hiring and retaining quality personnel while ensuring that all employees are
treated fairly and equitably in accordance with all applicable policies, rules, and regulations.
Objectives
The major objectives of the Human Resources Department are to:
    •   Recruit and select the most highly qualified candidates in the most cost effective manner while embracing
        and benefiting from the cultural diversity of our community.
    •   Ensure that morale is high among employees by supporting them in achieving their goals and providing a
        safe, pleasant, and satisfying work environment.
    •   Implement a total compensation philosophy to attract and retain the most qualified employees.
    •   Administer HR policies, procedures and programs in order to align personnel law, and Town policies with
        continuous improvement principles.


Major Programs and Services
Human Resources is responsible for organization-wide activities in the following areas:
Employment and Recruitment – Provide and manage the online application process to expedite hiring and attract
qualified candidates from culturally diverse applicant pools. Conduct various new hire and promotional
assessment exams. Assist in the selection and placement of new hires.
Employee Benefits Administration – Coordinate and direct the Town’s benefits program consisting of a full IRC
125 cafeteria plan which allows employees to customize their own benefit offerings. This includes health plans
and current benefits such as life insurance, long term disability, and short term disability.
Employee Health and Wellness – Coordinate and expand wellness initiatives, provide various classes in stress
management, smoking cessation, nutrition, diabetes education, and continue to offer programs such as Weight
Watchers in order to assist our employees in becoming and remaining healthy.
Employee Development and Training – Coordinate and administer employee training, including harassment,
customer service, communication, general supervisory principles, and various other topics.
Labor and Employee Relations - Responsible for continuous improvement of employee relations through training
programs, problem resolution assistance, and support to ensure compliance with state and federal labor laws.
Investigate claims or allegations of discrimination or sexual harassment and assist supervisors in dealing with
employee discipline issues.
Risk Management and Safety – Manage the Town’s Workers’ Compensation program and ensure that all eligible
employees who experience a work related injury or illness receives appropriate medical care and equitable
benefits. Provide assistance, guidance, and safety training to Town departments to minimize the number of
workplace injuries.
Legal Compliance and Litigation Avoidance – Administer, review, and revise Human Resources Policies and
Procedures in order to ensure compliance with federal, state and local employment laws.
Records Management – Maintain complete and accurate records regarding each employee and position, to
comply with legal requirements regarding retention and release of personnel records, and to preserve the
confidentiality of personnel records.




                                                                                                             141.
FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
During FY 2009-2010 special emphasis will continue in the area of Risk Management through continual risk
assessments of programs and activities, increased safety training, and administration of Workers’ Compensation
Self-Insurance Fund. This fiscal year the Human Resources Department will add a Risk Manager - a position that
will coordinate and manage liability policies and procedures, automobile liability, general liability, employment
practices liability, property and automobile physical damage, and the Town’s Workers’ Compensation. The
addition of this position is expected to contribute to a sizable reduction in overall cost associated with Risk
Management.
This fiscal year Human Resources will also expand the Town-wide wellness initiative which will significantly
reduce health care cost, sick leave and absenteeism, while increasing morale, productivity and work performance.
Human Resources in conjunction with Budget and Finance will create a consolidated records management
system which will streamline customer service and reduce the cost associated with filing, archiving and long term
storage of records.


FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
For each of the major programs and services in the Human Resources Department the following strategic
outcomes are projected for Fiscal Year 2009-2010.
Employment and Recruitment – To attract and retain qualified applicants ensuring that 95% of all new hires
successfully complete their one year probationary period. To ensure that all new employees receive their New
Hire Orientation within two weeks of employment. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2)
Employee Benefits Administration – Review, revise and manage Town’s benefits program to ensure that
competitive benefits packages are being offered and will continue to be sustainable. (Council Strategic Priority: 1,
2)
Employee Health and Wellness – Expand the Town-wide wellness initiative which will significantly reduce health
care cost, sick leave and absenteeism, while increasing morale, productivity and work performance. To organize
and administer employee health fair. To add a smoking cessation educational session. (Council Strategic Priority:
1, 2, 5)
Employee Development and Training – Ensure that all employees receive adequate training in order to be
successful in their respective positions. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Labor and Employee Relations - Ensure that all employees receive evaluations on an annual basis. Complete a
pay and classification plan to properly assess internal and external equity among Town employees. Consolidate
the existing pay structure into one manageable Town-wide pay plan. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2)
Risk Management and Safety – Reduce Worker’s Compensation expenses and lost time by reviewing and
revising current Worker’s Compensation functions. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Legal Compliance and Litigation Avoidance – Continue to administer, review, and revise all personnel policies
and procedures ensuring consistency and compliance with all federal, state, and local employment laws. Create
and distribute an Employee Handbook for all Town of Davie employees. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Records Management – Revise the Human Resources Record Management system in order to ensure
compliance and increase efficiency. Respond to all questions and/or requests for service within twenty-four hours
to enhance customer satisfaction. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2)




                                                                                                                142.
                                    Department’s Key Performance Indicators


Performance                           2005-06    2006-07     2007-08       Projected      Est.
Indicator                              Actual     Actual      Actual        2008-09     2009-10
Percentage of New Hires That
Remain With The Town After One           *           *           *             90%         95%
Year of Service
Percentage of Employees Who
Receive Their Minimum Required           *           *           *               *        100%
Training
Total Dollars Spent on Workers
                                         *           *      1,200,000.00   800,000.00   700,000.00
Compensation Annually
Average of Workers Compensation
                                         *           *           *            10 days     7 days
Lost Time (WCLT)
WCLT Claims                              *           *          26              26         23

Percentage of Employees Receiving
                                         *           *           *               *        100%
Annual Performance Evaluations

Percentage of New Hires Receiving
New Hire Orientation Within Two          *           *           *            100%        100%
Weeks of Employment


* Not available




                                                                                                     143.
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
          FY 2010




                                   Human Resources
                                      Director




                    H.R.          H.R.                                         Administrative
  H.R. Analyst                                 Risk Manager   H.R. Assistant
                 Coordinator   Coordinator                                         Aide




                                                   H.R.
                                                Technician




                                                                                                144.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                  GENERAL FUND
                           HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT


                                FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                       $447,814    $452,706         $434,909        $420,416       $382,381
FICA                            $31,212     $31,046          $31,431          $29,773       $28,839
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION         $74,449     $85,836          $79,811          $76,278       $93,630
HEALTH INSURANCE                $56,158     $62,652          $62,526          $58,370       $64,560
WORKER'S COMPENSATION            $1,076      $1,150           $1,261           $1,307         $1,253
DISABILITY INSURANCE             $2,319      $2,505           $2,627             $481            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE               $613,028    $635,895         $612,565         $586,625      $570,663


LEGAL EXPENSE                    $2,130      $6,901           $7,000             $310         $7,000
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             $7,378      $8,220          $41,952          $15,738       $31,000
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES          $173,783    $129,083         $172,754          $44,599      $100,000
VEHICLE USAGE                    $6,339      $5,811               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS         $49,745     $59,448          $29,729          $29,724       $32,171
OFFICE & MISC. EXP.             $19,914     $12,399          $17,159           $6,721       $16,200
INSURANCE                     $2,141,978         $0               $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING           $5,346      $2,355          $21,915           $6,341       $11,500
COMMUNICATIONS                  $11,107      $7,999          $11,600           $5,788        $6,500
UTILITY SERVICES                   $236       $244             $290              $292          $320
FUEL                             $2,486      $2,923           $1,201               $0          $200
OPERATING EXPENSE             $2,420,442   $235,383         $303,600         $109,513      $204,891


CAPITAL OUTLAY                  $13,670     ($4,556)              $0               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT             $0          $0           $8,442           $4,082       $11,205
CAPITAL OUTLAY                  $13,670     ($4,556)          $8,442           $4,082       $11,205


DEPARTMENT TOTALS             $3,047,140   $866,722         $924,607         $700,220      $786,759




                                                                                                       145.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                            RISK MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT


                                FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                             $0         $0               $0               $0       $20,036
FICA                                $0         $0                $0               $0        $1,563
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION             $0         $0                $0               $0        $4,901
HEALTH INSURANCE                    $0         $0                $0               $0        $3,840
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $0         $0                $0               $0           $67
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION           $0         $0                $0               $0       $58,730
PERSONAL SERVICE                    $0         $0                $0               $0       $89,137


INSURANCE                           $0         $0                $0               $0     $1,363,000
OPERATING EXPENSE                   $0         $0                $0               $0     $1,363,000


CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $0         $0                $0               $0       $50,000
CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $0         $0                $0               $0       $50,000


DEPARTMENT TOTALS                   $0         $0                $0               $0     $1,502,137




                                                                                                      146.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                        HUMAN RESOURCES DEPT - RISK MANAGEMENT


                                  FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                           ($190)         $0               $0               $0             $0
FICA                                 ($15)       $0                $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION              ($25)       $0                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS          ($230)       $0                $0               $0            $0


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                  $0    $14,500               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $3,378     $3,480               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXP.                $2,450      $388                $0               $0            $0
INSURANCE                       $2,141,978       $0                $0               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $1,140        $0                $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                     $1,207      $217                $0              $52            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS     $2,150,153   $18,585               $0              $52            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS       $2,149,923   $18,585               $0              $52            $0




                                                                                                        147.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                     GENERAL FUND
                            HUMAN RESOURCES DEPT - PERSONNEL


                                   FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                          $448,004    $452,706         $434,909        $437,420       $382,381
FICA                               $31,227     $31,046          $31,431          $31,025       $28,839
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $74,474     $85,836          $79,811          $79,398       $93,630
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $56,158     $62,652          $62,526          $60,940       $64,560
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $1,076      $1,150           $1,261           $1,362         $1,253
DISABILITY INSURANCE                $2,319      $2,505           $2,627             $481            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $613,258    $635,895         $612,565         $610,626      $570,663


LEGAL EXPENSE                       $2,130      $6,901           $7,000             $310         $7,000
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                $7,378      $8,220          $41,952          $16,263       $31,000
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES             $173,783    $114,583         $172,754          $46,084      $100,000
VEHICLE USAGE                       $6,339      $5,811               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS            $46,367     $55,968          $29,729          $29,724       $32,171
OFFICE & MISC. EXP.                $17,464     $12,011          $17,159          $11,836       $16,200
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $4,206      $2,355          $21,915           $6,341       $11,500
COMMUNICATIONS                      $9,900      $7,782          $11,600           $6,358         $6,500
UTILITY SERVICES                     $236        $244             $290              $292          $320
FUEL                                $2,486      $2,923           $1,201               $0          $200
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $270,289    $216,798         $303,600         $117,208      $204,891


CAPITAL OUTLAY                     $13,670     ($4,556)              $0               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT                $0          $0           $8,442           $4,082       $11,205
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS           $13,670     ($4,556)          $8,442           $4,082       $11,205


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         $897,217    $848,137         $924,607         $731,916      $786,759




                                                                                                          148.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                  GENERAL FUND
                     RISK MANAGEMENT DEPT - RISK ADMINISTRATION


                                FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                             $0         $0               $0               $0       $20,036
FICA                                $0         $0                $0               $0        $1,563
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION             $0         $0                $0               $0        $4,901
HEALTH INSURANCE                    $0         $0                $0               $0        $3,840
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $0         $0                $0               $0           $67
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION           $0         $0                $0               $0       $58,730
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS          $0         $0                $0               $0       $89,137


INSURANCE                           $0         $0                $0               $0     $1,363,000
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS         $0         $0                $0               $0     $1,363,000


CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $0         $0                $0               $0       $50,000
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS            $0         $0                $0               $0       $50,000


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS           $0         $0                $0               $0     $1,502,137




                                                                                                      149.
                                     FISCAL YEAR 2010
                            Housing and Community Development

Mission

To develop and administer programs, activities, and policies that assist in the creation of economically viable and
sustainable neighborhoods using a holistic approach of neighborhood revitalization, housing assistance, and
community development projects that build or expand infrastructure; upgrade public facilities; upgrade the existing
housing stock; expand homeownership opportunities and affordable rental housing; and promote economic
development.


Objectives

Grants Management
   •   Secure and leverage grant resources to maintain or expand service levels to Davie residents
   •   Ensure compliance with federal and state grant requirements
   •   Submit timely grant applications and grant-related reports
   •   Provide grant management training and education opportunities to staff

Housing Programs
   •  Provide homeownership opportunities through grant resources
   •  Upgrade existing housing stock through housing rehabilitation and home hardening programs
   •  Expand affordable rental housing through grant resources and affordable housing incentives
   •  Prevent foreclosures and homelessness through education and emergency assistance
   •  Assist residents displaced by hurricanes or the closure of mobile home parks
   •  Provide housing counseling training opportunities to staff

Community Development Programs
   • Undertake capital and public facility improvements in targeted areas
   • Fund public service activities (emergency assistance program, youth scholarships, transportation, etc.)
   • Provide Community Development Block Grant specific training to staff

Neighborhood Revitalization Program
   •  Develop partnerships to expand the level of services to Davie residents
   •  Meet with Target Area residents to receive citizen input
   •  Address citizen concerns

Social Service Referral Program
   •    Provide Davie residents with referrals to appropriate social service agencies for assistance
   •    Manage the Town’s Neighborhood Service Center to increase the delivery and access of social services
        to Davie Residents


Major Programs and Services

Grants Management
The H&CD Department manages the Town’s federal and state housing and community development grant
programs. Grant management includes ensuring compliance with applicable federal and state requirements for
expenditures, procurement and reporting. The H&CD Department also submits applications for grants related to
the core services of the department.




                                                                                                               150.
Housing Programs
The H&CD Department administers a number of grant-funded housing programs that provide homeownership
opportunities, upgrade the Town’s existing housing stock through rehabilitation, home hardening, and ADA
modifications. Grant resources and the Town’s Affordable Housing Incentive Plan are also used to expand the
construction of affordable rental housing within the Town. The Town also funds programs that assist in the
prevention of foreclosure and homelessness.

Community Development Programs
The H&CD Department administers the Town’s annual Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The
CDBG funds are used to undertake capital improvements to improve the Town’s CDBG Target Areas and funds
programs that provide direct services to Davie’s low/moderate income population.

Neighborhood Revitalization Program
The goal is to raise awareness of community problems which contribute to crime and related activities, and to
provide self-sufficiency programs and opportunities which help people transition from welfare to independent
economic status, while simultaneously improving the physical aesthetics of the neighborhoods. This program
utilizes a “holistic” approach, and is premised on the fact that no single action can "turn a neighborhood around;"
rather, the combination of improved housing conditions, adequate infrastructure, crime prevention,
education/vocational training, economic development initiatives (job development/placement), health care, etc.,
must be brought together to create a significant and positive impact on the community. The program is designed
to empower the residents to build a process that results in neighborhood revitalization, crime reduction, improved
healthcare, job creation, and enhanced community services.

Social Service Referral Program
The H&CD Department does not directly provide social services, but partners with a number of local nonprofits
and government agencies that do. The H&CD staff has a comprehensive knowledge of services available and
provides referrals and guidance to Davie residents to access the appropriate agencies. The H&CD Department
also manages the Town’s Neighborhood Service Center and provides rent free space to agencies that provide
services to Davie residents.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
In order to meet the required reduction due to budgetary shortfalls, the H&CD Department was forced to eliminate
the vacant Neighborhood Revitalization Program Coordinator position and reduce its General Fund operating
costs. The H&CD Department also had to eliminate a Clerk Typist II position that had been transferred from the
Building Division in FY2009 due to significant reduction in General Funds.
  •   The H&CD Department will continue to operate its annual CDBG Program totaling $845,862 and undertake
      capital improvement projects and public services
  •   The H&CD Department also will undertake additional projects utilizing its CDBG allocation of $171,169
      through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act.
  •   The H&CD Department will coordinate the administration of $2,316,292 in Neighborhood Stabilization
      Program funds from the Department of Community Affairs to assist eligible homebuyers to purchase and
      repair foreclosed properties in Davie. The H&CD Department is also applying for $14,000,000 in round two
      (2) funding of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program through HUD.
  •   The H&CD Department will finalize its administration of the first round of Disaster Recovery Initiative
      Programs totaling $700,000.
  •   The Town will continue to work with its partners to administer its SHIP, HOME, and Supplemental DRI
      programs totaling $4,071,896.


FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes

Grants Management
 •   Maintain or expand service levels to Davie residents and ensure the Town continues to receive federal and
     state grants (Strategic Priorities 1, 2 & 5)



                                                                                                               151.
Housing Programs
 •   Implement Employee Housing Assistance Program to directly benefit Town employees (Strategic Priorities
     3 & 5)

  •   Implement Neighborhood Stabilization Program to directly benefit Davie residents and address foreclosed
      and abandoned properties (Strategic Priorities 2, 3 & 5)

  •   Increase number of Davie residents becoming first time homebuyers (Strategic Priorities 3, 4 & 5)

  •   Retain Davie’s workforce by providing affordable home ownership and rental opportunities (Strategic
      Priorities 2, 3, 4 & 5)

  •   Reduce number of vacant/foreclosed properties in Davie (Strategic Priority 5)


Community Development Programs
 •  Enhancement of CDBG Target areas’ public facilities to reflect the overall improvement in community
    (Strategic Priorities 1, 3, 4 & 5)

  •   Maintain public services to Davie’s low income residents (Strategic Priorities 1, 2 & 5)


Neighborhood Revitalization Program
 •   Tailor improvements to neighborhoods and bring necessary services based on community demand
     (Strategic Priorities 1, 2, 3 & 5)

  •   Expedite citizen concerns with assistance of other Town departments (Strategic Priorities (1, 2, 4 & 5)


Social Service Referral Program
 •   Streamline the process for residents to receive emergency assistance (Strategic Priorities 1, 2, 4 & 5)

                                     Department’s Key Performance Indicators
Performance Indicator                      2005-06       2006-07      2007-08      Projected     Est. 2009-
                                            Actual        Actual       Actual       2008-09          10
GRANTS MANAGEMENT
Grant funds secured                           *             *             *         10 million   15 million
Grant funds leveraged                         *             *             *          1 million    7 million
Number of grant funded programs               *             *             *             12           15
Timely submission of CDBG Action Plan         *             *             *              1            1
Timely submission of CDBG Annual              *             *             *              1            1
Report
Timely submission of grant agreements         *             *             *             6           12
Number of training hours                      *             *             *            10            5
Grant contracts awarded                       *             *             *            15           20



HOUSING PROGRAMS
Number of down payment assistance             *             *             *            20           100
grants awarded
Number of home repair grants awarded          *             *             *            25           105
Number of home hardening grants               *             *             *            50           75
awarded
Number of affordable housing units built      *             *             *             0           400
Number of foreclosure grants provided         *             *             *            30           25
Number of homelessness prevention             *             *             *            50           60
grants provided
Number of foreclosure prevention              *             *             *           3,000        3,500
referrals
                                                                                                                152.
 Performance Indicator                     2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   Projected   Est. 2009-
                                            Actual    Actual    Actual    2008-09        10
 Number of displaced residents assisted       *         *         *         326         100
 Number of housing counseling training        *         *         *          50         600
 hours
 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
 PROGRAMS
 Number of capital projects completed         *         *         *         6            3
 Number of public service contracts           *         *         *         1            3
 awarded
 Number of public service grants awarded      *         *         *         80           80
 Number of CDBG specific training hours       *         *         *          5           15




 NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION
 PROGRAM
 Number of community meetings held            *         *         *         15           12
 Percentage of community concerns             *         *         *        75%          90%
 addressed




 SOCIAL SERVICE REFERRAL
 PROGRAM
 Number of social service referrals           *         *         *       4,000        12,000
 Number of clients served at NSC              *         *         *       1,500         4,500
 Funds leveraged from tenants of NSC          *         *         *      500,000      4 million
 Number of grants provided at NSC             *         *         *        100           500
* Not available




                                                                                                  153.
Housing and Community
Development Department
       FY 2010




                                             Housing and Community
                                              Development Director




                                                                  Assistant to the
                                                                Department Director




                                              Programs Specialist




                                                                        Neighborhood Resource
                         Office Supervisor                                    Specialists
                                                                            (2 POSITIONS)




                                                                                                154.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                       GENERAL FUND
                           HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPARTMENT


                                    FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                               Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                           $241,665    $252,975         $253,367        $228,649       $217,833
LONGEVITY                                $0          $0            $500                $0          $848
FICA                                $17,546     $18,480          $18,760          $16,949       $17,786
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION             $41,516     $49,509          $46,587          $38,043       $53,491
HEALTH INSURANCE                    $26,781     $26,148          $23,301          $30,851       $30,296
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                $1,805      $1,527            $736              $720          $697
DISABILITY INSURANCE                 $1,450      $1,621           $1,569             $286            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE                   $330,763    $350,260         $344,820         $315,498      $320,951


CONSULTANT SVCS                     $39,000      $6,000           $5,000           $5,000       $10,000
LEGAL EXPENSE                            $0          $0           $3,000           $1,070         $3,000
VEHICLE USAGE                        $3,198          $0           $6,656           $2,865         $5,372
BUILDING MAINT./INTERIOR                 $0      $5,432          $11,101           $5,882       $11,100
RENTALS AND LEASES                   $1,627          $0               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS             $27,679     $14,220          $17,398          $17,400       $20,010
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES             $22,541     $29,451          $19,800          $12,981       $10,106
FAIR HOUSING EDUCATION                   $0       $518             $500              $500          $500
EDUCATION AND TRAINING               $7,683       $616                $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                       $2,177      $1,617           $4,950           $1,243         $4,950
UTILITY SERVICES                     $2,511      $5,407           $9,340           $5,914         $6,850
FUEL                                  $309        $392             $360               $93         $2,260
OPERATING EXPENSE                  $106,725     $63,653          $78,105          $52,948       $74,148


CAPITAL OUTLAY                     $437,594          $0          $28,251               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY                     $437,594          $0          $28,251               $0            $0


DEPARTMENT TOTALS                  $875,082    $413,913         $451,176         $368,446      $395,099




                                                                                                           155.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                       GENERAL FUND
                            HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - CDBG


                                     FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                                Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                            $211,428    $230,909         $253,367        $255,830       $217,833
LONGEVITY                                 $0          $0            $500              $750          $848
FICA                                 $15,233     $16,792          $18,760          $19,065       $17,786
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION              $36,592     $45,183          $46,587          $41,768       $53,491
HEALTH INSURANCE                     $21,237     $22,084          $23,301          $32,063       $30,296
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                  $510        $642             $736              $757          $697
DISABILITY INSURANCE                  $1,210      $1,422           $1,569             $286            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS          $286,210    $317,032         $344,820         $350,519      $320,951


CONSULTANT SVCS                      $39,000      $6,000           $5,000           $5,000       $10,000
LEGAL EXPENSE                             $0          $0           $3,000           $1,070         $3,000
VEHICLE USAGE                         $3,198          $0           $6,656           $2,965         $5,372
BUILDING MAINT./INTERIOR                  $0      $5,432          $11,101           $6,413       $11,100
RENTALS AND LEASES                    $1,627          $0               $0               $0            $0
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS              $27,679     $14,220          $17,398          $17,400       $20,010
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES              $22,541     $29,451          $19,800          $16,790       $10,106
FAIR HOUSING EDUCATION                    $0       $518             $500              $500          $500
EDUCATION AND TRAINING                $7,683       $616                $0               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                        $2,177      $1,617           $4,950           $1,336         $4,950
UTILITY SERVICES                      $2,511      $5,407           $9,340           $6,405         $6,850
FUEL                                   $309        $392             $360               $93         $2,260
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS         $106,725     $63,653          $78,105          $57,972       $74,148


CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $437,594          $0          $28,251               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS            $437,594          $0          $28,251               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS           $830,529    $380,685         $451,176         $408,491      $395,099




                                                                                                            156.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                GENERAL FUND
              HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - ORANGE PARK PROGRAM


                              FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                      $30,237    $22,066               $0               $0             $0
FICA                           $2,313     $1,688               $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION        $4,924     $4,326               $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE               $5,544     $4,064               $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION          $1,295      $885                $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE            $240       $199                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS    $44,553    $33,228               $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS     $44,553    $33,228               $0               $0            $0




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                         TOWN OF DAVIE
               FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                               GENERAL FUND
                         TOWN ATTORNEY DEPARTMENT


                             FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                        Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
TOWN ATTORNEY EXPENSES      $473,074    $256,785         $332,754        $243,072       $292,590
OTHER LEGAL SERVICES        $200,015    $271,867         $310,999           $2,463      $190,000
LEGAL SETTLEMENTS                 $0     $14,262               $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE           $673,089    $542,914         $643,753         $245,535      $482,590


DEPARTMENT TOTALS           $673,089    $542,914         $643,753         $245,535      $482,590




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                         TOWN OF DAVIE
               FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                              GENERAL FUND
                        DEBT SERVICE DEPARTMENT


                            FY 2007       FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                       Actual        Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
PRINCIPAL PAYMENTS       $4,686,454    $4,946,804       $5,376,572       $5,346,543    $4,660,312
PRINCIPAL                $4,686,454    $4,946,804       $5,376,572        $5,346,543    $4,660,312


INTEREST PAYMENTS        $3,552,291    $3,337,376       $3,151,493        $3,061,545    $2,927,685
INTEREST                 $3,552,291    $3,337,376       $3,151,493        $3,061,545    $2,927,685


DEPARTMENT TOTALS        $8,238,745    $8,284,180       $8,528,065        $8,408,088    $7,587,997




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                    GENERAL FUND
                            NON DEPARTMENTAL DEPARTMENT


                                 FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                            Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
UNRESERVED/UNDES.FUND BAL             $0           $0               $0               $0       $30,786
TRANSFER TO CDBG                 $62,509           $0               $0               $0            $0
TRANSFER TO CAPITAL PROJ.      $4,556,414          $0         $100,000               $0     $1,904,552
OTHER USES                     $4,618,923          $0         $100,000               $0     $1,935,338


CRA TAX INCREMENT PAYMENT      $1,559,543   $1,475,407      $1,498,874        $1,485,165    $1,521,595
OTHER CURRENT CHARGES          $1,559,543   $1,475,407      $1,498,874        $1,485,165    $1,521,595


INSURANCE                             $0    $2,915,502      $1,938,178         $662,434            $0
BANK SERVICE FEES                     $0           $0          $60,000          $46,776       $60,000
INVESTMENTS ADVISORY FEES             $0           $0               $0               $0       $80,000
SOLID WASTE CONTRACT           $3,119,291    $427,581          $98,411               $0            $0
COMMUNICATIONS                       $97           $0               $0               $0            $0
UTILITY SERVICES                  $1,477         $557            $650              $600          $650
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS                $0           $0          $13,500               $0       $13,500
OPERATING EXPENSE              $3,120,865   $3,343,640      $2,110,739         $709,810      $154,150


DEPARTMENT TOTALS              $9,299,331   $4,819,047      $3,709,613        $2,194,975    $3,611,083




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             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



  COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND (CRA)



 Revenue Source                                   FY2010 Estimate

 Advalorem Taxes                              $         3,337,024

 Charges for Service                                      20,400

 Miscellaneous                                            75,000

 TOTAL REVENUE                                $        3,432,424




                          CRA Fund
                 Estimated Revenue by Source


                                     Miscellaneous
                                          2%
          Charges for Service
                 1%




                                Advalorem Taxes
                                      97%




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           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



  COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND




 Expenditure Category              FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services                $                 421,239

 Operating Expenditures                         3,011,185

 Capital Outlay                                           -

 Total Appropriation              $             3,432,424




                        CRA Fund
          Appropriation by Expenditure Category



                                         Personal
                                         Services
   Capital Outlay                          12%
        0%




                           Operating
                          Expenditures
                             88%




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                                   FISCAL YEAR 2010
                           COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Mission
The mission of the Davie CRA is to eliminate and prevent conditions of slum and blight, enhance the tax base,
facilitate affordable housing and to facilitate redevelopment activities by the private sector within the limits of the
redevelopment area of the Town of Davie.

Objectives
The community redevelopment program carries out the purposes of the Community Redevelopment Act of 1969
(FS Chapter 163 Part III) and follows all policies, processes and procedures to ensure compliance with Chapter
163, Part III; Chapter 163.356; Chapter 163,358; Chapter 613.360 & 163.362; 163.370; 163.385 and 163.387 –
The CRA will continue to comply with all appropriate statutory requirements of Chapter 163 Part III. The Davie
CRA is funded by tax increment financing. Tax increment funds are based on the increased ad Valorem property
tax values for the current year as compared to the values of the base year. Funds are received from Broward
County, Town of Davie, Central Broward Water Control District, South Broward Hospital District, and the North
Broward Hospital District. An exemption from payment has been approved for the Children’s Services Council of
Broward County.


Major Programs and Services
Economic Development In Redevelopment Area

•   Acquisition Of Town Hall Property For Redevelopment
    o   The CRA is willing to purchase the existing Town Hall to provide some funding for the construction of a
        new Town Hall.
    o   CRA to work with Town of Davie to approve a contract for the obligations of each party toward
        construction of a new Town Hall and the redevelopment of the existing Town Hall property by the CRA.
    o   CRA to purchase existing Town Hall site of 3.779 acres and purchase 40 ft. of road and utility ROW
        consisting of .857 acres and to have Town convey property currently used for road purposes (SW 65th
        Way and SW 43rd Street)
    o   Town and CRA will need to plat the property through Broward County to accomplish the proposed
        building on both sites.
    o   Compensation from CRA to Town of Davie is $4.2 million which is not only the appraised value of the
        Town Hall site and road right-of-way but also for infrastructure and other improvements such as building
        permits and engineering fees.
    o   CRA to pay $1million dollars at closing
    o   CRA to pay $1 million dollars when Town of Davie approves architectural drawings for new Town Hall
        Facility anticipate to complete during FY 2010-2011 or sooner
    o   CRA to pay the remaining $2.2 million dollars upon completion of Certificate of Occupancy and vacation
        of existing Town Hall. This is anticipated for FY2011-2012.
    o   CRA to construct a parking garage to help service the new Town Hall facility to be completed when New
        Town Hall opens in FY2011-2012. The CRA will also construct a liner building which will provide retail
        space and residences.
    o   CRA will construct a roadway and utilities within the 40 ft. ROW granted above beginning around
        FY2011-2012. These improvements will provide greater access to the Bergeron Rodeo Grounds, will
        provide a second means of access to properties on the west side of Davie Road, will enable the existing
        wall to be removed, will allow the overhead utility lines to be buried, and will provide a location for a storm
        sewer to help provide drainage and water retention to proposed Town Hall and CRA Redevelopment area
        as well as for the rest of the area west of Davie Road.
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            o   Strategic Priority - #3, #4


•   Commercial Loan Subsidy Program – to benefit Commercial Property Owners in the CRA area. The CRA
    will provide an interest subsidy of five percentage points per annum for eligible loans. The purpose of this
    program is to promote new business growth, encourage commercial property owners and to upgrade their
    properties by improving the external appearance of their businesses and to encourage businesses to invest in
    their operations. The result of such an effort will be to stop deterioration, stabilize property values, improve
    and upgrade the appearance of the area and facilitate and encourage redevelopment activity in the CRA
    District. There are three types of assistance loans available under this program. They are: Exterior
    Improvement Loans, Business Loans, and Building Expansion/New Construction Loans.
                        Strategic Priority - #3, #4
•   Commercial Property Improvement Program - provides for the use of tax increment funds to leverage
    private investment for general exterior/interior and on-site improvements to structures and/or properties to
    eliminate slum and blighting influences within the Redevelopment Area of the Community Redevelopment
    Agency (CRA). Eligible applicants can receive a one-time grant up to a maximum amount of $100,000 for
    exterior and interior property improvements approved by the CRA Board. Grants are awarded one a two-to-
    one matching basis. The CRA will match one dollar for every two dollars provided by the property
    owner/business owner and must be approved by the CRA Board prior to any work beginning. Therefore, an
    improvement of $300,000 or more would be eligible for a $100,000 grant. The Grant will be paid only after all
    work is completed and approved.
                        Strategic Priority - #3, #4
•   CRA Residential Property Improvement Program - provides a matching grant up to a maximum amount of
    $5,000 for property improvements. This grant must also be approved prior to any work beginning. Grants are
    awarded on a 50/50 matching basis, not to exceed $5,000 from the CRA and $5,000 from the applicant. The
    CRA will match one dollar for every one dollar provided by the property owner. Eligible improvements include
    connections to a newly installed sewer system, landscaping, replacement and/or renovation of exterior
    architectural elements, and other repairs, renovations or alterations designed to enhance the property and the
    neighborhood. This program was created to help the residents along SW 41 Place and will assist other similar
    residents as improvement are made on the eastside.
                        Strategic Priority - #3, #4


•   Job Creation Program and state initiatives such as the QTI Program – to benefit major companies i.e.,
    Watson Pharmaceutical. Prerequisite - a company must have at least 100 employees and plan to add higher
    pay scale jobs at 115% of the Broward County average.
                        Strategic Priority - #3, #4


•   Eastside Parking Lots - The CRA plans to construct surface parking at two locations to provide parking for
    businesses along Davie Road to permit existing and proposed developments to have sufficient parking.
        o       Parking Lot Construction on SW 41 Place – FY2009-2010
                        Strategic Priority - #3, #4
        o       Parking Lot Construction on SW 63rd Avenue
                    Have engineering plans prepared and approved in FY2010-11
                    Begin Construction FY2011-2012
                        Strategic Priority - #3, #4




CRA CAPITAL PROJECTS
•       Eastside Infrastructure - the CRA is also in the midst of a program to improve the infrastructure on the
        Eastside to stimulate redevelopment which will include water, sanitary sewer, storm sewers, streets,
        sidewalks, new surface parking lots, etc. The CRA expects to spend $6 million beginning FY2009-2010.
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        The project will take more than one year to complete and will help both the commercial property owners
        and the residential property owners in the eastside.
                        Strategic Priority - #2, #5
•       Westside Infrastructure – the CRA is in the planning stages at looking at different scenarios for
        drainage and retention for the west side of Davie Road. The improvements will affect the east and south
        sides of the Bergeron Rodeo Grounds. This will help with both commercial property owners and the
        redevelopment of a new Town Hall facility on the west side of Davie Road. (See above under Acquisition
        of Town Hall Property)
                        Strategic Priority - #2, #5




COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
•       The CRA will begin an update to the CRA Redevelopment Plan.
                        Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5




IMPLEMENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM TO INCREASE AFFORDABLE HOUSING
OPPORTUNITIES AND DEMONSTRATE INFILL HOUSING
    o       The CRA has provided single family homes for low and moderate income persons in the Potter Park
            area. The CRA has constructed a total of 13 Key West style homes which are occupied by low and
            moderate income persons. The CRA has donated 5 lots upon which Habitat For Humanity has
            constructed home for low and moderate income persons. The CRA has constructed the Eastside
            Community Hall and donated property to the Town of Davie upon which the Potter Park Multi-purpose
            Facility was constructed. These provide services and programs which aid the residents of the
            neighborhood. In addition, the CRA waives the payment of the TIF from Children’s Services Council
            of Broward County in exchange for providing daycare, after school and summer programs for the
            youth of the area.
    o       The CRA intends to provide workforce housing within the CRA Redevelopment area at the existing
            Town Hall site. The intention is to build approximately 56 units of housing on the 2nd and 3rd floors of
            the redevelopment project. This will most likely be done in FY2012-2013.
    o       The CRA is providing infrastructure improvements within the redevelopment area to install and
            replace inadequate infrastructure improvements such as sanitary sewer lines and water lines. Once
            this is completed this will provide an opportunity for constructing better housing within the
            neighborhoods.
                        Strategic Priority - #3, #4, #5


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT / BUDGET
    o       The CRA relies on Tax Increment Financing for its revenues. The CRA expects to receive $3.4 million
            in FY2009-2010. Due to lower property values in the resulting lower assessed values, it is expected
            that the income will be approximately the same amount in future years. Tax increment revenues are
            received from the following:
                        Broward County
                        Town of Davie
                        North Broward Hospital District
                        South Broward Hospital District
                        Central Broward Water Control District
                        Children’s Services Council of Broward County – Payment of this amount is waived in
                        lieu of services provided in the Eastside.
                        Strategic Priority - #1, #2, #5
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PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT
    o       Bonding For CRA
    The CRA expects to issue $20 million in bonds early in FY2009-2010. The hearing on bond validation is
    scheduled for September 11, 2009. These bonds will be used for two purposes. One purpose is to pay for
    infrastructure improvements ($10 million) within the redevelopment area. The other purpose is for land
    acquisition. ($10 million) Examples of how the money will be spent for land acquisition includes the purchase
    of Town Hall property by the CRA and easements needed to construct a storm sewer system. Examples of
    how the funding will be used for infrastructure improvements includes constructing a drainage and water
    retention facility including construction of storm sewers for the area west of Davie Road including the new
    Town Hall and the CRA Redevelopment site, installation of a perimeter road boarding the Bergeron Rodeo
    Grounds including burying power and phone lines, installing water and sewer lines as well as storm sewer
    lines. Infrastructure improvements are expected to be constructed over a three year period beginning in
    FY2010-2011. Engineering for these improvements will be completed in FY2009-2010.
                        Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5


RIGHTS OF WAY MANAGEMENT
    o       Landscaping & Maintenance of Davie Road and other Public Places
        o       The CRA provides landscaping and landscaping maintenance for the sidewalk area along Davie
                Road.
        o       The CRA also maintains the public areas and parking lot adjacent to the Davie Cooper City
                Chamber of Commerce building.
        o       Maintenance of decorative street lights and electrical along the Davie Road Beautification Project
                and the Davie Cooper City Chamber of Commerce parking lot.
        o       Maintenance of Contractual Services for brick paver sidewalk repairs and street furniture
                (benches, trash cans, etc)
        o       Maintenance of Wayfinding Signage Program
                        Strategic Priority - #1, #2, #5




FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes


MAJOR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN REDEVELOPMENT AREA
•       ACQUISITION OF TOWN HALL PROPERTY FOR REDEVELOPMENT
        Strategic Outcome:
        o       The CRA is willing to purchase the existing Town Hall to provide some funding for the
                construction of a new Town Hall.
        o       CRA to work with Town of Davie to approve a contract for the obligations of each party toward
                construction of a new Town Hall and the redevelopment of the existing Town Hall property by the
                CRA.
        o       CRA to purchase existing Town Hall site of 3.779 acres and purchase 40 ft. of road and utility
                ROW consisting of .857 acres and to have Town convey property currently used for road
                purposes (SW 65th Way and SW 43rd Street)
        o       Town and CRA will need to plat the property through Broward County to accomplish the proposed
                building on both sites.
        o       CRA to pay $1million dollars at closing FY2009-10


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    o      CRA to pay $1 million dollars when Town of Davie approves architectural drawings for new Town
           Hall Facility anticipate to complete during FY 2010-2011 or sooner
    o      CRA to pay the remaining $2.2 million dollars upon completion of Certificate of Occupancy and
           vacation of existing Town Hall. This is anticipated for FY2011-2012. Compensation from CRA to
           Town of Davie totals $4.2 million which is not only the appraised value of the Town Hall site and
           road right-of-way but also for infrastructure and other improvements such as building permits and
           engineering fees as outline above.
    o      CRA to hire and architectural firm to design a parking garage and liner building in FY2009-2010.
    o      CRA to construct a parking garage to help service the new Town Hall facility to be completed
           when New Town Hall opens in FY2011-2012. The CRA will also construct a liner building which
           will provide retail space, and residences.
    o      CRA will construct a roadway and utilities within the 40 ft. ROW granted above beginning around
           FY2011-2012. These improvements will provide greater access to the Bergeron Rodeo Grounds,
           will provide a second means of access to properties on the west side of Davie Road, will enable
           the existing wall to be removed, will allow the overhead utility lines to be buried, and will provide a
           location for a storm sewer to help provide drainage and water retention to proposed Town Hall
           and CRA Redevelopment area as well as for the rest of the area west of Davie Road.
                   Strategic Priority - #3, #4


•   Commercial Loan Subsidy Program
    Strategic Outcome:
    o      The CRA will target two such grants for FY2009-2010 in an effort to help facilitate redevelopment
           along Davie Road.
                   Strategic Priority - #3, #4


•   Commercial Property Improvement Program
    Strategic Outcome:
    o      The CRA will target 3 grants to business on or near Davie Road to allow redevelopment during
           FY2009-2010.
                   Strategic Priority - #3, #4


•   CRA Residential Property Improvement Program
    Strategic Outcome:
    o      The CRA will award approximately 10 grants of up to $5,000 each to residents along SW 41
           Place help pay the cost of installing sanitary sewers on private property. We anticipate granting
           these grants in early FY2009-10.
    o      The CRA expects to provide approximately 30 additional grants for Phases II and III to connect to
           the sanitary sewer system on private property in the area east of Davie Road. We anticipating
           granting these grants during FY2010-2011.
                   Strategic Priority - #3, #4


•   Job Creation Program and state initiatives such as the QTI Program
    Strategic Outcome:
    o      The CRA will seek to offer assistance with the Job Creation Program along with the state
           initiatives such as the QTI Program for qualifying businesses in the redevelopment area.
                   Strategic Priority - #3, #4



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  •     Acquisition of Properties
        Strategic Outcome:
        o      CRA to purchase existing Town Hall site of 3.779 acres and purchase 40 ft. of road and utility
               ROW consisting of .857 acres and to have Town convey property currently used for road
               purposes (SW 65th Way and SW 43rd Street) Please see additional information above under
               Acquisition of Town Hall Property. The CRA will require a utility easement from the Town of Davie
               along the south east property lines of the Bergeron Rodeo Grounds to permit the installation of a
               storm sewer system which is needed for the west side of Davie Road and will be needed for the
               new Town Hall facility.
                       Strategic Priority - #3, #4


CRA CAPITAL PROJECTS
  •     Eastside Infrastructure
        Strategic Outcome:
        o      Phase I – SW 41 Place – Infrastructure Sanitary Sewer, Water Main – To be completed in early
               FY2009-2010 at a cost of $1.2 million
        o      Phase II and II – SW 38th Court, SW 63rd Avenue – Drainage, water lines, sanitary sewer lines,
               new streets, and sidewalks. Planning is currently underway during FY2008-2009 with a contract
               for construction scheduled for FY2009-10. This project is expected to cost approximately $6
               million
                       Strategic Priority - #2, #5
  •     Westside Infrastructure
  •     Strategic Outcome:
        o      Engineering plans are expected to be completed in FY2009-2010
        o      Strategic Priority - #2, #5


  •     Eastside Parking Lots
        Strategic Outcome:
        o      Parking Lot Construction on SW 41 Place to begin in FY2009-2010
        o      Strategic Priority - #3, #4
        o      Parking Lot Construction on SW 63rd Avenue
        Strategic Outcome:
                       Have engineering plans prepared and approved in FY2010-11
                        Begin Construction FY2011-2012
        o      Strategic Priority - #3, #4


  COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
  o     Town of Davie Community Redevelopment Plan
        Strategic Outcome:
        o      Planning is underway to update the CRA Redevelopment Plan in FY2009-2010
        o      Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5


  o     Update To Western Theme Manual
        Strategic Outcome:

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                       To be completed in early FY2009-2010
       o       Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5


o      Orange Drive Master Plan From East of Town Hall to SW 61st Avenue
       Strategic Outcome:
       o       Engineering plans to be completed in FY2009-2010
       o       Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5


o      Regional Activity Center Plan and Land Development Regulations
               Strategic Outcome:
       o       RAC Plan and RAC LDR’s were approved in FY2008-2009
       o       Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5


o      Transit Oriented Corridor – TOC
               Strategic Outcome:
       o       Broward County approved the Land Use Amendment adopting the SR 7/441 TOC in FY2008-
               2009.
       o       The Town of Davie will adopt the Land Use Amendment in FY2008-2009.
       o       It is expected that the Florida Department of Community Affairs will adopt the Land Use
               Amendment in FY2009-2010.
       o       The Land Development Regulations for the SR7/441 TOC are expected to be approved in
               FY2009-2010.
       o       Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5


IMPLEMENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM TO INCREASE AFFORDABLE HOUSING
OPPORTUNITIES AND DEMONSTRATE INFILL HOUSING
Strategic Outcome:
o      The CRA is providing infrastructure improvements within the redevelopment area to install and replace
       inadequate infrastructure improvements such as sanitary sewer lines and water lines. Once this is
       completed this will provide an opportunity for constructing better housing within the neighborhoods.
       o       Strategic Priority - #3, #4, #5


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
BUDGET
Strategic Outcome:
o      The CRA relies on Tax Increment Financing as it’s main source of revenue. The CRA expects to receive
       $3.4 million in FY2009-2010. It is expected that the full amount of $3.4 million will be received. Tax
       increment revenues are received from the following:
       o       Strategic Priority - #1, #2, #5
BONDING
Strategic Outcome:
The CRA expects to issue $20 million in bonds early in FY2009-2010. The hearing on bond validation is
scheduled for September 11, 2009. These bonds will be used for two purposes. One purpose is to pay for
infrastructure improvements ($10 million) within the redevelopment area. The other purpose is for land
acquisition. ($10 million)
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         o        Strategic Priority - #2, #3, #4, #5


RIGHTS OF WAY MANAGEMENT
o        Landscaping & Maintenance of Davie Road and other Public Places
Strategic Outcome:
The CRA will continue to maintain the current level of service in the CRA District.
         o        Strategic Priority - #1, #2, #5




FY 2009-2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
This fiscal year, the CRA will strive to maintain the redevelopment momentum of the Town of Davie and to
eliminate and prevent the conditions of slum and blight, enhance the tax base, facilitate affordable housing
opportunities and to facilitate redevelopment activities by the private sector. The CRA expects to issue $20
million in bonds in early FY2009-2010. The hearing on bond validation is scheduled for September 11, 2009.
A major push for FY2009-2010 is to upgrade the infrastructure or utility system within the CRA area and will
enable redevelopment to occur by providing the basic components needed for redevelopment.
The CRA expects to complete engineering plans for the provision of drainage and retention for the west side of
Davie Road.
The CRA expects to begin payments for the purchase of the existing Town Hall property from the Town of Davie.
It is expected that $1 million dollars will be paid at closing expected in FY2009-2010. Additional payments will be
made as completion of architectural plans ($1 million); and at completion of the new Town Hall and employees
leaving the existing Town Hall facility ($2.2 million).
The CRA financially helps support the Orange Blossom Festival with a cash donation. The CRA also has a
successful CRA Voucher Program in which vouchers are distributed which can be used as a cash payment of
purchases made for a period during and after the Orange Blossom Festival. The CRA also provides sponsorship
of special events to promote Downtown area such as funding for concerts and rodeos. The CRA will help
sponsor the FY2009-2010 Orange Blossom Festival; a Regional rodeo in FY2009-2010 ($10,000); and will look at
sponsoring a concert during the rodeo event in November 2009.
The CRA will outsource the position of Code Enforcement Officer beginning FY2009-2010. The existing position
has been eliminated.


                                      Department’s Performance Measures
Performance                              2005-06        2006-07    2007-08        Projected     Est.
Indicator                                Actual         Actual     Actual         2008-09       2009-10
Commercial Loan Subsidy Grants           0              $13,250    0              0             Estimate
                                                                                                providing 2
                                                                                                grants for
                                                                                                $75,000

Commercial Property Improvement                                                   Program       Estimate
Grants                                                                            Established   providing 3
                                                                                                grants
                                                                                                $300,000

Residential Property Improvement                                                  Program       20 grants up
Grants                                                                            Established   to $5,000 ea
                                                                                                to residents
                                                                                                to connect to
                                                                                                Sanitary
                                                                                                Sewer

Installing one parking lot along SW                                               Design        Estimated at
41 Place                                                                          Engineering   $300,000
                                                                                  Completed

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Performance                            2005-06          2006-07        2007-08        Projected     Est.
Indicator                              Actual           Actual         Actual         2008-09       2009-10
                                                                                      $29,800

Purchase two properties for parking                                    $364,500
lots on SW 41 Place

Phase I - Installing infrastructure                                                   $1,200,000    $6,000,000
improvements to SW 41 Place, Storm                                                    Phase I       Phases II &
Sewers, Sanitary Sewers to replace                                                                  III
septic tanks, Water Main and
Sidewalks – Phase II and III similar
improvements

Engineering For Phases II and III                                                     $589,000

Westside Drainage Retention –                                                                       $179,200
Complete Engineering Studies

Funding for TOC, Land Use              $433,000                                       $19,000 B/C   $18,000 FL
Amendment and DRI                                                                     & TOD         Dept of
                                                                                      Approved      Community
                                                                                                    Affairs to adopt
                                                                                                    Land Use
                                                                                                    Amendment
                                                                                                    Land
                                                                                                    Development
                                                                                                    Regulations for
                                                                                                    SR7/441 to be
                                                                                                    approved

Downtown Davie Master Plan             $118,800         $37,650
Charrette


Implement Affordable Housing                                                                        Ongoing
program to increase affordable
housing opportunities and
demonstrate infill housing
Eastside Affordable Houses                              $266,400

Chamber of Commerce Parking Lot        $608,118
Improvements

Purchased Property at Davie Road       $3,55 million    $974,416.50
and Orange Drive, demolished
buildings and site remediation

Eastside Infrastructure Improvements                                   $150,000
(Street Lights)

Orange Blossom Festival                $15,000          $20,000        $20,000        $20,000       Approx
Sponsorship                                                                                         $25,000

Lighting of the Green Sponsorship      $3,400           $3,500         $3,500         $3,500        $3,500

Orange Blossom Festival                150              165            258            389           Est 400
Sponsorship/Voucher Program            Vouchers         Vouchers       Vouchers       Vouchers      Vouchers
                                       $2,122.23 in     $3,220.92 in   $4,554.80 in   $6,283.68     redeemed
                                       Sales            Sales          Sales          in Sales
                                       Generated        Generated      Generated      Generated

Acquisition of Property                Purchased 3      $850,000       $94,016.50                   On Going
                                       properties for                  Soil
                                       $3.55 million                   Remediation


Purchase two properties for parking                                    $364,500
lots on SW 41 Place

Purchase of Existing Town Hall                                                                      $1,000,000
                                                                                                                       171.
Performance                           2005-06        2006-07        2007-08        Projected        Est.
Indicator                             Actual         Actual         Actual         2008-09          2009-10
Facility and redevelopment of                                                                       FY2009-10
existing Town Hall Property                                                                         1M FY10-11
                                                                                                    2.2M FY11-12

Develop Town Hall Property                                                                          Start
                                                                                                    FY2011-12

Roadway Improvements along East                                                                     $2.15M Start
and South sides of Rodeo Grounds                                                                    FY09-10

Funding of Partial Position of new                                                 Partial          Funding up
Economic Development Specialist                                                    Funding for      to $50,000
                                                                                   New
                                                                                   Economic
                                                                                   Development
                                                                                   Specialist
                                                                                   $12,000
Landscaping & Maintenance of Davie                                                                  TIF Funds
Road and other Roadways and                                                                         Continuous
Public Places

Maintenance of Street                                                                               TIF Funds
Lights/Electrical Along Davie Road                                                                  Continuous
Beautification Project

Maintenance of Wayfinding Signage                    $50,000                       Signs
Program                                              Replacement                   Received
                                                     of Signs                      and installed.
                                                     Damaged
                                                     From
                                                     Hurricane
                                                     Wilma

Children’s Services Council “CSC”     Waive TIF In   Waive TIF In   Waive TIF In   Waive TIF In     Waive TIF In
                                      Lieu of        Lieu of        Lieu of        Lieu of          Lieu of
                                      Services       Services       Services       Services         Services

Orange Drive Master Plan From East                                                                  Engineering
of Town Hall to SW 61 Street                                                                        Plans To Be
                                                                                                    Completed

Maintenance of Contractual Services                                                                 TIF Funds
by CRA; Davie Road, Chamber of                                                                      Continuous
Commerce; CRA owned lots, etc.

Purchasing Contracts; formal bids;                                                                  Will
informal bids; RFP’s; Travel                                                                        Complete as
Requests; Suntrust Charges                                                                          needed to
                                                                                                    comply with
                                                                                                    requirements
                                                                                                    of the TOD

Regional Activity Center              $87,750                                      RAC Plan
                                                                                   and RAC
                                                                                   LDR’s
                                                                                   Approved

CRA Goal Setting                      Planning       Planning       Planning       Planning         Planning
                                      Meeting Held   Meeting Held   Meeting Held   Meeting Held     Meeting Held
                                      Yearly         Yearly         Yearly         Yearly           Yearly

Maintenance and Retention of          Will Comply    Will Comply    Will Comply    Will Comply      Will Comply
Records/Access to Public Records      with All       with All       with All       with All         with All
                                      Public         Public         Public         Public           Public
                                      Records        Records        Records        Records          Records
                                      Requests       Requests       Requests       Requests         Requests

                                                                                                                   172.
Performance                          2005-06          2006-07          2007-08          Projected        Est.
Indicator                            Actual           Actual           Actual           2008-09          2009-10
Bonding For CRA                                                                         Validation to    $15 million
                                                                                        be approved
                                                                                        in Sept 2009

Recording and transcription of CRA   Will record      Will record      Will record      Will record      Will record
Minutes                              and              and              and              and              and
                                     transcribe all   transcribe all   transcribe all   transcribe all   transcribe all
                                     minutes in a     minutes in a     minutes in a     minutes in a     minutes in a
                                     timely           timely           timely           timely           timely
                                     fashion          fashion          fashion          fashion          fashion
                                     before next      before next      before next      before next      before next
                                     CRA Meeting      CRA Meeting      CRA Meeting      CRA Meeting      CRA Meeting

Accounts Payable – CRF’s, PO’s,                                                                          Will Pay All
Suntrust Payments                                                                                        Bills in
                                                                                                         Accordance
                                                                                                         With TOD
                                                                                                         Procedures

Payroll                                                                                                  Will Process
                                                                                                         Payroll every
                                                                                                         other week
Purchasing Contracts; formal bids;                                                                       Will
informal bids; RFP’s; Travel                                                                             Complete as
Requests; Suntrust Charges                                                                               needed to
                                                                                                         comply with
                                                                                                         requirements
                                                                                                         of the TOD

Regional Activity Center             $87,750                                            RAC Plan
                                                                                        and RAC
                                                                                        LDR’s
                                                                                        Approved



Town Council Agenda Forms/TCAR’s                                                                         Will provide
and Reso’s & Ord                                                                                         as needed

CRA Website                                                                                              Will Update
                                                                                                         as
                                                                                                         programming
                                                                                                         changes




                                                                                                                          173.
Community Redevelopment Agency
           FY2010




                                 DAVIE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY




                                           Seven Member Board




                                        Redevelopment Administrator




                                          Assistant to Department
                                                  Director




                                                Planner III




                                                                        174.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                           COMMUNITY REDEV. AGENCY FUND


                                FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                       $206,130     $251,066         $313,817        $297,726       $292,042
FICA                            $13,164      $16,471          $22,233          $20,189       $22,166
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION         $36,089      $49,360          $57,858          $54,717       $71,558
HEALTH INSURANCE                $24,930      $27,824          $35,929          $39,188       $34,557
WORKER'S COMPENSATION            $1,188       $2,535           $2,971           $3,205          $916
DISABILITY INSURANCE               $918       $1,236           $1,724             $296            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE               $282,419     $348,492         $434,532         $415,321      $421,239


LEGAL EXPENSE                   $62,903      $69,278         $164,756          $47,160       $75,000
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            $49,496      $87,595         $119,710         $100,927      $157,800
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES           $49,582      $67,088         $278,304         $110,097      $200,000
RENTALS AND LEASES              $15,941      $20,457          $22,300          $21,863       $24,000
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS         $18,811       $9,456           $7,156           $7,152       $13,853
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES         $13,933       $8,052          $23,123          $14,767       $10,000
SPECIAL PROJECTS              $1,235,953    $967,726       $9,770,460        $1,665,468    $2,466,272
INSURANCE                        $5,200           $0          $16,000               $0        $5,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $428       $2,801           $2,950           $2,401         $3,000
COMMUNICATIONS                   $3,405       $5,987           $9,000           $4,147         $7,000
UTILITY SERVICES                $15,943      $20,052          $28,324          $22,277       $49,260
OPERATING EXPENSE             $1,471,595   $1,258,492     $10,442,083        $1,996,259    $3,011,185


CAPITAL OUTLAY                   $7,260           $0               $0               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT             $0           $0           $1,810               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY                   $7,260           $0           $1,810               $0            $0


FUND TOTALS                   $1,761,274   $1,606,984     $10,878,425        $2,411,580    $3,432,424




                                                                                                        175.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND (CDBG)



  Revenue Source                                 FY2010 Estimate

  Intergovernmental Revenue                  $         3,480,238



  TOTAL REVENUE                              $         3,480,238




                         CDBG Fund
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                         Intergovernmental
                              Revenue
                               100%




                                                                   176.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2008/2009 APPROPRIATIONS



 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND




 Expenditure Category                    FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services                   $                175,686

 Operating Expenditures                              2,157,503

 Capital Outlay                                      1,147,049

 Total Appropriation                 $               3,480,238




                      CDBG Fund
         Appropriation by Expenditure Category




            Capital Outlay
                                               Personal
                33%
                                               Services
                                                 5%




                           Operating
                          Expenditures
                             62%




                                                                 177.
                            TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                          COMM. DEV. BLOCK GRANT FUND


                              FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                     $159,388     $153,787         $127,227         $78,822       $121,281
LONGEVITY                        $750         $750            $750                $0          $653
FICA                          $11,600      $11,117           $9,263           $6,099         $9,673
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION       $27,848      $30,335          $23,487          $14,601       $29,831
HEALTH INSURANCE              $15,527      $13,133           $9,908           $9,078       $13,868
WORKER'S COMPENSATION          $1,762       $1,404            $371              $245          $380
EDUCATION AND TRAINING         $1,483           $0               $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE             $905         $864            $714              $129            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE             $219,263     $211,390         $171,720         $108,974      $175,686


CONSULTANT SVCS                  $263           $0           $3,500               $0        $3,000
LEGAL EXPENSE                  $1,416       $1,544          $12,000           $1,932        $4,800
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               $0     $921,517       $6,826,539         $537,319     $2,124,149
RENTALS AND LEASES             $4,884           $0               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES        $8,746       $5,138          $39,707           $6,291       $10,729
LEGAL ADVERTISING              $4,276       $4,187          $19,501           $2,952        $7,200
FAIR HOUSING EDUCATION         $4,493       $2,500           $5,000           $5,000        $5,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING             $0       $3,137           $7,000             $533          $425
COMMUNICATIONS                     $0           $0               $0               $0        $2,200
OPERATING EXPENSE             $24,078     $938,023       $6,913,247         $554,027     $2,157,503


CAPITAL OUTLAY                 $4,239     $140,300           $3,200          $62,321      $153,200
CDBG - PROJECTS             $1,227,742    $223,783       $1,117,517         $290,325      $993,849
CAPITAL OUTLAY              $1,231,981    $364,083       $1,120,717         $352,646     $1,147,049


FUND TOTALS                 $1,475,322   $1,513,496      $8,205,684        $1,015,647    $3,480,238




                                                                                                      178.
                            TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                               COMM. DEV. BLOCK GRANT FUND
                            HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - CDBG


                                     FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                                Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                            $115,109    $121,700         $127,227         $80,469        $76,308
LONGEVITY                              $750        $750             $750                $0          $263
FICA                                  $8,213      $8,663           $9,263           $6,226        $6,209
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION              $20,148     $23,963          $23,487          $14,903       $18,734
HEALTH INSURANCE                      $9,810      $9,957           $9,908           $9,216        $7,834
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                  $284        $342             $371              $250          $236
EDUCATION AND TRAINING                $1,483          $0               $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE                   $621        $691             $714              $129            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS          $156,418    $166,066         $171,720         $111,193      $109,584


CONSULTANT SVCS                        $263           $0           $3,500               $0        $3,000
LEGAL EXPENSE                         $1,416      $1,544           $3,000           $1,468        $2,000
RENTALS AND LEASES                    $4,884          $0               $0               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES               $8,746      $4,165          $10,200           $5,748        $4,000
LEGAL ADVERTISING                     $4,276      $2,272           $7,500           $2,952        $3,000
FAIR HOUSING EDUCATION                $4,493      $2,500           $5,000           $5,000        $5,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING                    $0      $3,137           $3,000             $533          $425
COMMUNICATIONS                            $0          $0               $0               $0        $2,200
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS          $24,078     $13,618          $32,200          $15,701       $19,625


CAPITAL OUTLAY                        $4,239      $1,400           $3,200               $0        $3,200
CDBG - PROJECTS                   $1,227,742    $223,783       $1,117,517         $300,751      $839,796
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS          $1,231,981    $225,183       $1,120,717         $300,751      $842,996


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         $1,412,477    $404,867       $1,324,637         $427,645      $972,205




                                                                                                            179.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                          COMM. DEV. BLOCK GRANT FUND
              HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - ORANGE PARK PROGRAM


                              FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                      $44,279    $32,087               $0               $0             $0
FICA                           $3,387     $2,454               $0               $0            $0
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION        $7,700     $6,372               $0               $0            $0
HEALTH INSURANCE               $5,717     $3,176               $0               $0            $0
WORKER'S COMPENSATION          $1,478     $1,062               $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE            $284       $173                $0               $0            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS    $62,845    $45,324               $0               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS     $62,845    $45,324               $0               $0            $0




                                                                                                    180.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                         COMM. DEV. BLOCK GRANT FUND
           HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - DISASTER RECOVERY PROGRAM


                              FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
LEGAL EXPENSE                      $0           $0           $1,000            $303              $0
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              $0      $921,517       $1,443,046         $491,214      $550,000
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES           $0          $973          $10,000             $441            $0
LEGAL ADVERTISING                 $0        $1,915           $1,501               $0            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING            $0            $0           $4,000               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $0      $924,405       $1,459,547         $491,958      $550,000


CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $0      $138,900               $0          $62,321      $150,000
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS          $0      $138,900               $0          $62,321      $150,000


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         $0     $1,063,305      $1,459,547         $554,279      $700,000




                                                                                                      181.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                          COMM. DEV. BLOCK GRANT FUND
            HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - SUPPLEMENTAL DRI PROGRAM


                               FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
LEGAL EXPENSE                       $0         $0           $4,000               $0             $0
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               $0         $0        $3,134,708               $0            $0
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $0         $0           $12,000               $0            $0
LEGAL ADVERTISING                  $0         $0            $4,500               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $0         $0        $3,155,208               $0            $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS          $0         $0        $3,155,208               $0            $0




                                                                                                     182.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                         COMM. DEV. BLOCK GRANT FUND
            HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - NEIGHBRHD STABILZTN PROG


                              FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                           $0         $0               $0               $0       $33,453
LONGEVITY                         $0         $0                $0               $0          $390
FICA                              $0         $0                $0               $0        $2,503
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION           $0         $0                $0               $0        $8,278
HEALTH INSURANCE                  $0         $0                $0               $0        $4,997
WORKER'S COMPENSATION             $0         $0                $0               $0          $109
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS        $0         $0                $0               $0       $49,730


LEGAL EXPENSE                     $0         $0            $4,000             $161        $2,800
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              $0         $0        $2,248,785               $0     $1,574,149
OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES           $0         $0            $7,507              $20        $5,525
LEGAL ADVERTISING                 $0         $0            $6,000               $0        $4,200
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS       $0         $0        $2,266,292             $181     $1,586,674


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS         $0         $0        $2,266,292             $181     $1,636,404




                                                                                                    183.
                            TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                         COMM. DEV. BLOCK GRANT FUND
            HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEV. DEPT - AMER. RECOVRY/REINVST ACT


                               FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                            $0         $0               $0               $0       $11,520
FICA                               $0         $0                $0               $0          $961
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION            $0         $0                $0               $0        $2,819
HEALTH INSURANCE                   $0         $0                $0               $0        $1,037
WORKER'S COMPENSATION              $0         $0                $0               $0           $35
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS         $0         $0                $0               $0       $16,372


OFFICE & MISC. EXPENSES            $0         $0                $0               $0        $1,204
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS        $0         $0                $0               $0        $1,204


CDBG - PROJECTS                    $0         $0                $0               $0      $154,053
CAPITAL OUTLAY SUBTOTALS           $0         $0                $0               $0      $154,053


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS          $0         $0                $0               $0      $171,629




                                                                                                     184.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



       PARKS & OPEN SPACE IMPACT FEES FUND




 Revenue Source                              FY2010 Estimate

 Miscellaneous                           $           25,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                           $           25,000




            Parks & Open Space Impact Fees Fund
                Estimated Revenue by Source




                         Miscellaneous
                             100%




                                                               185.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



     PARKS & OPEN SPACE IMPACT FEES FUND




 Expenditure Category              FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services                $                    -

 Operating Expenditures                                -

 Other Uses                                       25,000

 Capital Outlay                                        -

 Total Appropriation              $               25,000




          Parks & Open Space Impact Fees Fund
          Appropriation by Expenditure Category



                          Capital Outlay
                               0%
         Personal                             Operating
         Services                            Expenditures
           0%                                    0%




                           Other Uses
                             100%




                                                            186.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                        PARKS&OPEN SP IMPACT FEES FUND


                              FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
IMPACT FEE RESERVE                 $0         $0          $40,000               $0       $25,000
OTHER CURRENT CHARGES             $0         $0           $40,000               $0       $25,000


IMPACT FEES                       $0          $0         $215,000           $7,980            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $0         $0          $215,000           $7,980            $0


FUND TOTALS                       $0         $0          $255,000           $7,980       $25,000




                                                                                                    187.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                    FIRE IMPACT FEES FUND




 Revenue Source                              FY2010 Estimate

 Miscellaneous                           $             25,000

 Other Sources                                        514,332

 TOTAL REVENUE                           $            539,332




                       Fire Impact Fees Fund
                   Estimated Revenue by Source


                                             Miscellaneous
                                                  5%




                 Other Sources
                     95%




                                                                188.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



                  FIRE IMPACT FEES FUND




 Expenditure Category                 FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services                    $                       -

 Operating Expenditures                                       -

 Other Uses                                          25,000

 Capital Outlay                                     514,332

 Total Appropriation                  $             539,332




                Fire Impact Fees Fund
         Appropriation by Expenditure Category




                                      Other Uses
                                         5%




                     Capital Outlay
                         95%




                                                                  189.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                           FIRE IMPACT FEES FUND


                            FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                       Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
IMPACT FEE RESERVE               $0         $0          $50,000               $0       $25,000
OTHER CURRENT CHARGES           $0         $0           $50,000               $0       $25,000


FIRE IMPACT FEE EXPENSES        $0          $0          $25,000          $10,058      $514,332
CAPITAL OUTLAY                  $0         $0           $25,000          $10,058      $514,332


FUND TOTALS                     $0         $0           $75,000          $10,058      $539,332




                                                                                                  190.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                 POLICE IMPACT FEES FUND




 Revenue Source                              FY2010 Estimate

 Miscellaneous                           $           80,000



 TOTAL REVENUE                           $           80,000




                   Police Impact Fees Fund
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                         Miscellaneous
                             100%




                                                               191.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



              POLICE IMPACT FEES FUND




 Expenditure Category               FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services                 $                     -

 Operating Expenditures                                  -

 Capital Outlay                                    80,000

 Total Appropriation               $               80,000




                Police Impact Fees Fund
          Appropriation by Expenditure Category



           Personal                            Operating
           Services                           Expenditures
             0%                                   0%



                          Capital Outlay
                             100%




                                                             192.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                            POLICE IMPACT FEES FUND


                              FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
POLICE IMPACT FEE EXPENSE          $0         $0         $462,000        $180,745        $80,000
CAPITAL OUTLAY                    $0         $0          $462,000         $180,745       $80,000


FUND TOTALS                       $0         $0          $462,000         $180,745       $80,000




                                                                                                    193.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                    FORFEITURE FUND



 Revenue Source                              FY2010 Estimate

 Other Sources                           $         2,963,334



 TOTAL REVENUE                           $         2,963,334




                     Police Forfeiture Fund
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                         Other Sources
                             100%




                                                               194.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



                     FORFEITURE FUND




 Expenditure Category            FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services               $                       -

 Operating Expenditures                      2,963,334

 Capital Outlay                                          -

 Total Appropriation             $            2,963,334




                     Forfeiture Fund
          Appropriation by Expenditure Category




         Personal                           Capital Outlay
         Services                                0%
           0%



                            Operating
                           Expenditures
                              100%




                                                             195.
                         TOWN OF DAVIE
               FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                            FORFEITURE FUND


                           FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                      Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
STATE FORF EXPENSE              $0         $0         $150,000         $17,882       $171,336
FED FORF EXPENSE/JUSTICE       $0         $0        $3,565,250         $638,680     $2,791,998
OPERATING EXPENSE              $0         $0        $3,715,250         $656,562     $2,963,334


FUND TOTALS                    $0         $0        $3,715,250         $656,562     $2,963,334




                                                                                                 196.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



             COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND




 Revenue Source                            FY2010 Estimate

 Miscellaneous                         $             50,000

 Other Sources                                      380,991

 TOTAL EST. REVENUE                    $            430,991




                 Community Endowment Fund
                 Estimated Revenue by Source


                                               Miscellaneous
                                                   12%




         Other Sources
             88%




                                                               197.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



           COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND




 Expenditure Category           FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services             $                       -

 Operating Expenditures                          334,216

 Capital Outlay                                        -

 Other Uses                                       96,775

 Total Appropriation            $                430,991




               Community Endowment
         Appropriation by Expenditure Category




        Other Uses
           22%



                                           Operating
                                          Expenditures
                                             78%




                                                           198.
                          TOWN OF DAVIE
                FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                            COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND


                                FY 2007     FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                           Actual      Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
CONTINGENCY                     $17,549          $0               $0               $0             $0
TOWN OF DAVIE                   $17,549         $0                $0               $0            $0


HURRICANE RELIEF EXPENSES            $0      $8,818               $0               $0            $0
OTHER GRANTS AND AIDS                $0      $8,818               $0               $0            $0


TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND             $0         $0                $0               $0       $96,775
OPERATING TRANSFER                   $0         $0                $0               $0       $96,775


COMMUNITY CHARITIES            $187,230    $251,579         $331,673         $324,602      $334,216
POLICE&FIRE MEMORIAL EXP        $63,514     $40,349               $0               $0            $0
PALMA NOVA ASSISTANCE                $0          $0         $150,000         $149,216            $0
CONTINGENCIES                        $0      $4,000               $0               $0            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE              $250,744    $295,928         $481,673         $473,818      $334,216


FUND TOTALS                    $268,293    $304,746         $481,673         $473,818      $430,991




                                                                                                       199.
                                                                      NOT FOR PROFIT DONATION REQUESTS


                                                                    FY 04        FY 05         FY 06        FY 07      FY 08       FY09         FY 10                FY 10
       Organization                                                 Actual       Actual        Actual       Actual     Actual     Actual   Requests Received Council Recommended
       Adopt A Hurricane Family/Crisis Housing Solution                   $0           $0            $0           $0         $0    $20,000           $20,000               $20,000
       ARC Broward                                                        $0           $0            $0           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       Area Agency on Aging                                          $30,104      $29,954       $30,558      $30,558    $32,984    $34,887           $35,223               $35,223
       Brow. Gold Coast Down Syn.                                       $500           $0          $500           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       Broward County Crime Commission                                    $0           $0            $0           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       Broward Homebound Program                                          $0           $0        $1,000       $1,000     $1,000     $2,000            $2,500                $2,000
       Coalition To End Homelessness                                      $0           $0            $0           $0         $0     $5,000                $0                    $0
       Davie School Foundation*                                      $15,000      $25,000       $25,000      $26,923    $27,596    $28,286           $28,993               $28,993
       EASE Foundation                                               $20,000      $30,000       $35,000      $35,000    $35,000    $40,000           $40,000               $40,000
       Family Central                                                 $6,542      $10,000       $15,000      $15,000    $15,000    $18,000           $18,000               $18,000
       Firewall Ministries                                                $0      $10,000       $15,000      $15,000    $15,000    $30,000           $60,000               $35,000
       First Call for Help                                            $2,340       $2,621        $3,000       $3,000     $3,000         $0            $3,000                $2,000
       Hope Outreach                                                 $30,000      $40,000       $45,000      $45,000    $50,000    $60,000           $70,000               $60,000
       International Ballet Company                                   $1,000           $0            $0           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       Kids Voting Broward                                            $2,500       $2,500            $0       $2,500     $2,500     $2,500            $2,000                $2,000
       League for the Hard of Hearing                                     $0           $0            $0           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       Memorial Healthcare System                                    $25,500           $0            $0           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       Neighborhood Revitalization Program                                $0      $25,500       $78,550           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       Orange Park Program                                                $0           $0            $0           $0         $0         $0                $0                    $0
       The Police Athletic League of Davie                           $95,000           $0            $0           $0    $45,000    $45,000           $45,000               $45,000
       The Starting Place                                             $7,500       $7,500        $7,500       $7,500     $7,500         $0                $0                    $0
       Teen Challenge Intl/Davie Women's Home                             $0           $0            $0           $0     $5,000    $30,000           $50,000               $30,000
       TOD Parks & Recreation/Sports Scholarship                          $0           $0       $15,000           $0         $0         $0
       Women in Distress                                              $4,000       $5,000        $5,000       $5,000     $5,000     $6,000            $8,000                $6,000
       Young at Art                                                   $5,000       $5,000        $7,000       $7,000     $7,000    $10,000           $15,000               $10,000
                                                    Totals          $244,986     $193,075      $283,108     $193,481   $251,580   $331,673          $397,716              $334,216

                                                                       TOTAL COUNCIL RECOMMENDATION                                                                     $334,216


       * Contract with Davie School Foundation with an automatic increase of 2.5% for the next 4 years (R-2008-162).




200.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



             WATER AND WASTEWATER FUND



 Revenue Source                                  FY2010 Estimate

 Charges for Service                         $       15,016,500



 TOTAL REVENUE                               $       15,016,500




                   Water & Wastewater Fund
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                       Charges for Service
                             100%




                                                                   201.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



          WATER AND WASTEWATER FUND




 Expenditure Category                  FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services                 $              3,938,774

 Operating Expenditures                           5,341,581

 Capital Outlay                                   3,106,345

 Other Uses                                         873,110

 Debt Service                                     1,756,690

 Total Appropriation               $             15,016,500




              Water & Wastewater Fund
         Appropriation by Expenditure Category



                          Other Uses
                             6%               Personal
         Debt Service
                                              Services
            12%
                                                26%

     Capital Outlay
         21%

                                   Operating
                                  Expenditures
                                     35%




                                                               202.
                                         FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                       UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

Mission

The mission of the Utilities Department is to assure present and future generations a sufficient supply of high
quality drinking water. We strive to provide customers with the highest quality water and wastewater services
possible while maintaining a competitive rate structure. The Department ensures that all regulatory agency
requirements associated with the construction, operation, and maintenance of the utility system are met or
exceeded.


Objectives
The Utilities Department strives to promote consumer confidence and satisfaction while providing safe drinking
water through knowledge and education. We ensure that both the water and wastewater plants operate at
maximum efficiency in order to provide high quality potable water along with environmentally sound disposal of
wastewater for the customers of the Town of Davie, 24 hours a days, 365 days per year. This process includes
pumping water from the ground, treating it, delivering it to our residents and collecting and treating wastewater as
well as collecting revenues for these services.


Major Programs and Services
Administrative/Technical Services: It is the objective of Administrative/Technical Services to coordinate and
participate in the engineering activities associated with the proposed plant expansions and move forward with the
building of the new water and wastewater plants. We are also pursuing State Revolving Fund monies and bond
monies to provide funds necessary for these projects. In addition, we continue to strive to promote customer
confidence and satisfaction.
Water Treatment: It is the objective of the Water Treatment Plant to provide safe drinking water to the Town’s
customers and to continue to improve the treatment process with advanced technology. It is also the goal to
continue researching opportunities for alternative water supplies. Operator certification and licensing is an on-
going process within this division.
Wastewater Treatment: It is the objective of the Wastewater Treatment Plant to provide proper treatment and
environmentally sound disposal of wastewater. With legislation mandating the elimination of ocean outfall for
disposal of wastewater, this division is exploring alternative methods for disposal. Additionally, employee
certification and licensing is an on-going process.
Water Distribution: It is the objective of the Water Distribution area to repair, maintain and upgrade the system on
a continual basis. We have an ongoing program for replacing potable water meters annually on an as-needed
basis while transitioning to automated meter reading technology. It is also our goal to replace old, undersized
lines with larger lines to enhance our system; this includes the replacement of water main valves throughout the
Town’s service area.
Wastewater Collection: It is the objective of the Wastewater Collection section to inspect and maintain lift stations
throughout the Town and upgrade or replace outdated parts, pumps and stations as needed. Additionally, the
crews will locate, clean and pad strategic force main valves and replace or re-line clay pipes to reduce inflow and
infiltration into our system. Lift stations must be upgraded to accept additional flows anticipated with the
wastewater treatment plant expansion and the construction of a new plant.


FY 2010 Budget Highlights and Projects
The Department is beginning the installation of an automated meter reading system that will help with accurate
readings, as well as leak detection and monitoring of water restriction violations.
Continue with the design/build contract for new water and wastewater plants to increase capacity.
Purchase of land for construction of new plants.


                                                                                                                 203.
FY 2010 Projected Strategic Program and Service Outcomes
Administrative/Technical Services: To continue with land acquisition for new water and wastewater plants. The
goal is 100% customer satisfaction. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Water Treatment: Continue with research into alternative water supplies and continue to provide safe drinking
water to the Town’s customers. Promote education to reach the goal of having 100% of employees licensed in
water treatment. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Wastewater Treatment: Continue to provide proper treatment and disposal of wastewater. Continue research to
find alternative methods for disposal of wastewater before the 2025 deadline. Promote education to reach the
goal of having 100% of employees licensed in wastewater treatment. (Council Strategic Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Water Distribution: 100% replacement of water meters that have exceeded their useful life span (approximately
10 years). Continue education to obtain licensing/certification for 100% of water distribution employees.
Complete transition to automated meter reading technology for the first two billing cycles. (Council Strategic
Priority: 1, 2, 5)
Wastewater Collection: Complete 100% of planned upgrades for lift stations. Continue education to obtain
licensing/certification for 100% of wastewater collection employees.




                                         Department’s Key Performance Indicators
* Not available
Performance                                2005-06    2006-07     2007-08      Projected     Est.
Indicator                                   Actual     Actual      Actual       2008-09    2009-10
Percentage of parameters met on
                                             99%        99%         99%            100%     100%
CCR
Increase water capacity                      N/A         N/A        N/A            N/A      N/A
Increase wastewater capacity                 N/A         N/A        N/A            N/A      N/A
Number of billing complaints                  *           *          *              72       96
Number of water meters replaced               *           *         576            783      2200
Number of water restriction violations        *          261        170            116      100
Percentage of licensed plant
                                             72%        72%         78%            83%      100%
operators
Percentage of licensed field techs           17%        17%         33%            44%      72%




                                                                                                          204.
                                                                         Town Administrator
Utilities Department
     FY 2009/10


                                                                                                           Assistant Town
                                                                                                            Administrator
                                           Assistant Utilities
                                               Director                  Utilities Director
   Utilities Engineer                           Vacant
          Vacant                                                                                          Administrative
                                                                                                                                  Office Assistant
                                                                                                             Aide



                        Superintendent
                         of Operations                   Maintenance                                                                Superintendent
                                                          Supervisor                                                                 of Operations

Field Customer
    Service                                               Field Tech                           Lead Operator
                         Maintenance                                                                                                        Lead Operator
  Technician                                               Trainee                                Water
                          Mechanic                                                                                                           Wastewater
                                                         Field Tech II
Field Customer
    Service                                               Field Tech                          Plant Operator I
  Technician               Lift Station                    Trainee                            Plant Operator II                            Plant Operator I
                            Operator                     Field Tech II
                                                                                                                                           Plant Operator II

                                                          Field Tech                          Plant Operator I
                          Lift Station                     Trainee                            Plant Operator II
                        Operator Trainee                 Field Tech II                                                                     Plant Operator I
                                                                                                                                           Plant Operator II

                                                          Field Tech
                                                                                              Plant Operator II
                          Lift Station                     Trainee
                        Operator Trainee                 Field Tech II
                                                                                                                                           Plant Operator II

                                                          Field Tech                          Plant Operator I
                                                           Trainee                            Plant Operator II
                          Lift Station
                        Operator Trainee                 Field Tech II
                                                                                                                                           Plant Operator II

                                                                                              Plant Operator I
                                                          Field Tech
                                                                                              Plant Operator II
                                                           Trainee
                                                         Field Tech II                                                                      Plant Operator
                                                                                                                                               Trainee
                                                                                                                                           Plant Operator II
                                                          Field Tech                          Plant Operator II
                                                           Trainee
                                                         Field Tech II                                                 Plant Operator II
                                                                                                                       Part Time/Fill In

                                                          Field Tech                          Plant Operator II
                                                           Trainee
                                                         Field Tech II
                                                                                               Plant Operator
                                                                                                  Trainee
                                                          Field Tech
                                                                                              Plant Operator II
                                                           Trainee
                                                         Field Tech II
                                                                                               Plant Operator
                                                                                                  Trainee
                                                                                              Plant Operator II




                                                                                                                                                      205.
                            TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                           WATER AND WASTEWATER


                               FY 2007       FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual        Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                    $1,674,423    $1,888,711       $2,262,622       $1,882,875    $2,401,714
OVERTIME                     $198,472      $130,360           $47,727         $117,934       $49,073
LONGEVITY                     $66,007       $66,545           $63,579             $750       $48,261
FICA                         $142,909      $152,638          $186,738         $154,108      $210,743
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION      $338,496      $403,668          $422,397         $375,133      $599,345
HEALTH INSURANCE             $290,480      $299,735          $383,473         $333,991      $561,252
WORKER'S COMPENSATION         $40,211       $48,175           $52,671          $49,171       $68,386
EDUCATION AND TRAINING            $81             $0               $0               $0            $0
DISABILITY INSURANCE          $10,459       $12,348           $14,987           $2,475            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE            $2,761,538    $3,002,180       $3,434,194        $2,916,437    $3,938,774


UNRES. RETAINED EARNINGS            $0            $0       $1,773,721               $0      $873,110
OTHER USES                          $0            $0       $1,773,721               $0      $873,110


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         $258,096      $250,495          $309,672         $256,087      $300,500
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES        $209,840      $220,936          $464,718         $287,981      $460,000
COMPLIANCE TESTING            $56,232       $42,687           $82,000          $31,123       $82,000
VEHICLE USAGE                $156,935      $144,364          $178,626         $160,254      $252,936
WATER & SEWER(CITY)          $100,390      $113,754          $260,300         $222,729      $260,300
SLUDGE REMOVAL               $145,987      $129,140          $230,795         $157,737      $230,795
MAINT. CONTRACTS                $4,247        $5,340          $28,500           $4,803       $28,800
WATER-REPAIRS & MAINT.       $360,465      $476,231          $505,610         $325,498      $515,785
AGENCY REQUIREMENTS           $11,750       $18,034           $20,000          $25,820       $35,000
RENTALS & LEASES                    $0            $0           $3,000             $453        $3,000
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS       $43,037       $28,476           $27,641          $27,636       $33,863
OFFICE EXPENSES               $19,918       $17,939           $23,001          $15,137       $23,000
TOOLS                           $8,301        $8,785          $10,000          $11,700       $10,000
INSURANCE                     $40,000             $0          $50,000          $42,483       $50,000
POSTAGE AND FREIGHT             $2,535        $2,146           $3,001           $2,971        $3,000
PRINTING EXPENSE                    $0         $136            $2,850             $476        $2,850
ADMINISTRATIVE FEES                 $0            $0       $1,035,161        $1,035,161    $1,238,776
MISC. EXPENSE                   $2,530        $2,828           $3,000           $2,314        $3,000
UNCOLLECTABLE ACCOUNTS          $3,902            $0               $0               $0            $0
UNIFORMS                        $9,213        $9,102          $14,500          $11,715       $14,500
WATER/ELECTRIC               $941,292      $897,122        $1,047,200         $864,998     $1,060,000
FUEL                                $0          $30           $33,600               $0            $0
WATER-CHEMICALS              $365,714      $369,338          $561,880         $439,096      $559,365
LABORATORY SUPPLIES             $2,958        $5,185          $18,500           $4,833       $18,500
CUSTODIAN SUPPLIES              $6,531        $2,358           $7,000           $3,305        $7,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING          $8,741        $8,686          $17,000          $10,274       $20,510
COMMUNICATIONS                $39,944       $35,769           $40,000          $21,909       $40,000
FUEL                          $44,588       $92,535           $72,068          $41,551       $88,101
OPERATING EXPENSE           $2,843,146    $2,881,416       $5,049,623        $4,008,044    $5,341,581


BOND INTEREST               $1,860,470     $907,374        $1,799,945         $875,658     $1,756,690
DEBT SERVICE                $1,860,470     $907,374        $1,799,945         $875,658     $1,756,690


CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $0    $2,110,911       $1,361,224         $329,910      $700,000
EQUIPMENT                           $0     $189,943          $500,000          $51,798      $230,000
CONTINGENCIES                   $3,711            $0          $30,000               $0       $30,000    206.
                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                           WATER AND WASTEWATER


                              FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
DEPRECIATION EXPENSE       $1,271,913     $330,000         $330,000        $330,000     $1,610,000
AMORTIZATION-EQ. & BLDG.     $41,901       $34,004          $34,000          $34,004       $41,902
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT        $63,250      $178,546         $805,761         $540,833      $410,000
CONN FEE EXP./MTRS&FTGS      $43,767          $808          $91,920               $0       $72,918
CAPITAL RESERVE FUND               $0           $0         $392,000               $0            $0
TECHNOLOGY EQUIP & MAINT           $0           $0           $9,020           $9,020       $11,525
CAPITAL OUTLAY             $1,424,542    $2,844,212      $3,553,925        $1,295,565    $3,106,345


FUND TOTALS                $8,889,696    $9,635,182     $15,611,408        $9,095,704   $15,016,500




                                                                                                      207.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FUND



 Revenue Source                               FY2010 Estimate

 Other Sources                            $         4,410,367



 TOTAL REVENUE                            $         4,410,367




                   Vehicle Maintenance Fund
                  Estimated Revenue by Source




                          Other Sources
                              100%




                                                                208.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



            VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FUND




 Expenditure Category           FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services             $                      53,017

 Operating Expenditures                         3,045,200

 Capital Outlay                                 1,312,150

 Total Appropriation           $                4,410,367




              Vehicle Maintenance Fund
         Appropriation by Expenditure Category




                            Personal
                            Services
          Capital Outlay      1%
              30%




                                        Operating
                                       Expenditures
                                          69%




                                                               209.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                            VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FUND


                               FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                            $0           $0               $0               $0       $35,658
LONGEVITY                           $0           $0               $0               $0          $790
FICA                                $0           $0               $0               $0        $2,703
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION             $0           $0               $0               $0        $8,915
HEALTH INSURANCE                    $0           $0               $0               $0        $4,835
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $0           $0               $0               $0          $116
PERSONAL SERVICE                    $0           $0               $0               $0       $53,017


VEHICLE USAGE                  $66,066      $58,436         $134,215          $54,585       $74,016
CONTRACTUAL REPAIRS          $1,756,785   $1,790,844      $2,085,557        $1,709,819    $2,181,168
INTERNAL CHARGES - TIMS        $13,320      $11,136           $6,314           $5,786        $6,157
OFFICE EXPENSES                   $513           $0            $500              $200          $500
INSURANCE-VEHICLES            $479,006     $549,634         $720,001               $0      $724,000
MISC. EXPENSE                   $4,540       $9,467          $17,500           $1,275       $17,500
COMMUNICATIONS                  $3,557       $1,726           $5,400           $1,599        $2,450
UTILITY SERVICES               $29,067      $28,353          $33,500          $25,339       $34,840
FUEL                            $2,782       $4,642           $5,405           $2,856        $4,569
OPERATING EXPENSE            $2,355,636   $2,454,238      $3,008,392        $1,801,459    $3,045,200


CAPITAL OUTLAY                      $0    $1,161,994      $1,784,757        $1,242,684    $1,312,150
AMORTIZATION EQ.&BLDG.        $167,179           $0               $0               $0            $0
DEPRECIATION-VEHICLES         $845,732           $0               $0               $0            $0
CAPITAL OUTLAY               $1,012,911   $1,161,994      $1,784,757        $1,242,684    $1,312,150


FUND TOTALS                  $3,368,547   $3,616,232      $4,793,149        $3,044,143    $4,410,367




                                                                                                       210.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



                  SELF INSURANCE FUND




 Revenue Source                              FY2010 Estimate

 Other Sources                           $       10,328,971



 TOTAL REVENUE                           $       10,328,971




                      Self Insurance Fund
                 Estimated Revenue by Source




                         Other Sources
                             100%




                                                               211.
           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



                  SELF INSURANCE FUND




 Expenditure Category              FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services                $                145,039

 Operating Expenditures                          10,077,351

 Capital Outlay                                           -

 Other Uses                                        106,581

 Total Appropriation              $              10,328,971




                   Self Insurance Fund
          Appropriation by Expenditure Category



                     Other Uses       Personal
                        1%            Services
                                        1%

    Capital Outlay
         0%



                           Operating
                          Expenditures
                             98%




                                                              212.
                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                                  SELF INSURANCE


                               FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                          Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                            $0           $0               $0               $0       $94,945
FICA EXPENSE                        $0           $0               $0               $0        $8,289
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS            $0           $0               $0               $0       $23,248
HEALTH INSURANCE                    $0           $0               $0               $0       $18,240
WORKER'S COMPENSATION               $0           $0               $0               $0          $317
PERSONAL SERVICE                    $0           $0               $0               $0      $145,039


WORKERS COMP RESERVE                $0           $0               $0               $0      $106,581
OTHER CURRENT CHARGES               $0           $0               $0               $0      $106,581


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                $0           $0               $0               $0       $95,000
PROFESSIONAL FEES                   $0           $0               $0               $0       $47,500
ACTUARIAL FEES                      $0           $0         $120,000             $750        $7,000
CLAIMS-EMPLOYEE MEDICAL      $5,113,885   $5,742,810      $6,500,000        $6,852,935    $7,100,000
ADMINISTRATION COST            $37,127      $72,707         $120,000         $106,327     $1,129,213
INSURANCE PREMIUM            $3,109,943          $0               $0               $0            $0
LIABILITY CLAIMS              $120,000     $162,563         $140,000         $133,762            $0
WORKERS COMP CLAIMS           $243,157     $171,085         $400,001         $320,770     $1,000,000
LIAB/WC ADMIN. COSTS                $0           $0          $35,000           $1,000            $0
STATE FEE/WC SELF INS.              $0           $0               $0               $0      $130,000
OFFICE & MISC. EXP.                 $0           $0               $0               $0        $2,000
MISC. EXPENSE                       $0         $326          $50,000           $4,510            $0
EDUCATION AND TRAINING              $0           $0               $0               $0        $2,500
COMMUNICATIONS                      $0           $0               $0               $0        $1,000
OPERATING EXPENSE            $8,624,112   $6,149,491      $7,365,001        $7,420,054    $9,514,213


DENTAL INSURANCE                    $0           $0               $0               $0      $276,624
LIFE INSURANCE                      $0           $0               $0               $0       $76,980
SHORT TERM DISABILITY               $0           $0               $0               $0      $105,274
LONG TERM DISABILITY                $0           $0               $0               $0      $104,260
BENEFIT PREMIUMS                    $0           $0               $0               $0      $563,138


FUND TOTALS                  $8,624,112   $6,149,491      $7,365,001        $7,420,054   $10,328,971




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                             TOWN OF DAVIE
                   FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                SELF INSURANCE FUND
                       BUDGET AND FINANCE DEPT - SELF INSURANCE


                                  FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
ACTUARIAL FEES                         $0           $0         $120,000            $750              $0
CLAIMS-EMPLOYEE MEDICAL        $5,113,885    $5,742,810      $6,500,000        $6,158,155           $0
ADMINISTRATION COST               $37,127      $72,707         $120,000         $106,205            $0
INSURANCE PREMIUM              $3,109,943           $0               $0               $0            $0
LIABILITY CLAIMS                 $120,000     $162,563         $140,000               $0            $0
WORKERS COMP CLAIMS              $243,157     $171,085         $400,001         $149,286            $0
LIAB/WC ADMIN. COSTS                  $0            $0          $35,000           $1,000            $0
MISC. EXPENSE                         $0          $326          $50,000           $4,924            $0
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS    $8,624,112    $6,149,491      $7,365,001        $6,420,320           $0


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS      $8,624,112    $6,149,491      $7,365,001        $6,420,320           $0




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                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                  SELF INSURANCE FUND
                      RISK MANAGEMENT DEPT - WORKERS COMPENSATION


                                  FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                             Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                               $0         $0               $0               $0       $94,945
FICA EXPENSE                          $0         $0                $0               $0        $8,289
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS              $0         $0                $0               $0       $23,248
HEALTH INSURANCE                      $0         $0                $0               $0       $18,240
WORKER'S COMPENSATION                 $0         $0                $0               $0          $317
PERSONAL SERVICE SUBTOTALS            $0         $0                $0               $0      $145,039


WORKERS COMP RESERVE                  $0         $0                $0               $0      $106,581
OTHER CURRENT CHARGES SUBTOTA         $0         $0                $0               $0      $106,581


PROFESSIONAL FEES                     $0         $0                $0              $16       $47,500
ACTUARIAL FEES                        $0         $0                $0               $0        $3,500
ADMINISTRATION COST                   $0         $0                $0               $0      $215,023
WORKERS COMP CLAIMS                   $0         $0                $0               $0     $1,000,000
STATE FEE/WC SELF INS.                $0         $0                $0               $0      $130,000
OFFICE & MISC. EXP.                   $0         $0                $0               $0        $2,000
EDUCATION AND TRAINING                $0         $0                $0               $0        $2,500
COMMUNICATIONS                        $0         $0                $0               $0        $1,000
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS           $0         $0                $0              $16     $1,401,523


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS             $0         $0                $0              $16     $1,653,143




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                           TOWN OF DAVIE
                 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS
                                  SELF INSURANCE FUND
                        RISK MANAGEMENT DEPT - EMPLOYEE BENEFITS


                                   FY 2007    FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                              Actual     Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    $0         $0               $0               $0       $95,000
ACTUARIAL FEES                         $0         $0                $0               $0        $3,500
CLAIMS-EMPLOYEE MEDICAL                $0         $0                $0               $0     $7,100,000
ADMINISTRATION COST                    $0         $0                $0               $0      $914,190
OPERATING EXPENSE SUBTOTALS            $0         $0                $0               $0     $8,112,690


DENTAL INSURANCE                       $0         $0                $0               $0      $276,624
LIFE INSURANCE                         $0         $0                $0               $0       $76,980
SHORT TERM DISABILITY                  $0         $0                $0               $0      $105,274
LONG TERM DISABILITY                   $0         $0                $0               $0      $104,260
BENEFIT PREMIUMS SUBTOTALS             $0         $0                $0               $0      $563,138


DIVISION / PROGRAM TOTALS              $0         $0                $0               $0     $8,675,828




                                                                                                         216.
             TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 ESTIMATED REVENUES



   TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FUND



 Revenue Source                             FY2010 Estimate

 Other Sources                          $         2,960,841



 TOTAL REVENUE                          $         2,960,841




          Technology Information Management Fund
               Estimated Revenue by Source




                        Other Sources
                            100%




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           TOWN OF DAVIE
FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS



 TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FUND




 Expenditure Category          FY 2010 Appropriation

 Personal Services            $               899,578

 Operating Expenditures                       456,437

 Capital Outlay                              1,604,826

 Total Appropriation          $              2,960,841




       Technology Information Management Fund
         Appropriation by Expenditure Category



                                  Personal
                                  Services
                                    30%


  Capital Outlay
      55%

                               Operating
                              Expenditures
                                 15%




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                                 FISCAL YEAR 2010
                 Technology and Information Management Department


Mission
To deliver quality and innovative information technology solutions to enhance efficiency, reduce paperwork,
decrease costs, and streamline the flow of information to the citizens, business community, and other government
agencies, as well as Town departments. We provide a secure environment for data integrity, accessibility, system
availability and delivery of information resources to the employees of the Town of Davie and the citizens they
serve.



Objectives
Applying technology solutions alone will not solve existing business problems. Only when the program areas look
first to identify where current processes can be improved, can technology then be applied to facilitate the
processes, and ultimately result in accomplishment of the organization’s goals.

Objective 1

Maintain an infrastructure and architecture that are reliable, adaptable, scalable and driven by changing business
and technological requirements.

    •   Develop and implement an investment strategy to maintain a reliable and current technical infrastructure.
    •   Maintain operational reliability and stability.
    •   Provide a flexible infrastructure that is capable of supporting the many locations of the Town offices.

Objective 2

Promote an IT security program that proactively assures integrity, confidentiality and availability of information.

    •   Maintain a strong risk management program through a continuous cycle of assessing and mitigating
        potential risks.
    •   Ensure alignment of organizational policies with the National Institute of Standards and Technology and
        appropriate laws, regulations and standards.
    •   Securing the Town's information and critical data through proper establishment and administration of
        security policies and procedures. This involves such items as:
            • Effective backup and restore procedures,
            • Disaster recovery,
            • Physical security for all IT equipment,
            • Enforced adherence to the Town's security policy,
            • Appropriate password control systems,
            • Accurately configured firewalls,
            • Correctly administered authority rights,
            • Robust and redundant virus protection systems,
            • Effective and timely patch management,
            • High-level data encryption schemes, and
            • Intrusion detection systems, etc.

Objective 3

Use IT to provide cost-effective means to achieve business results and improve operating efficiency.

    •   Increase electronic communication internally and externally to promote a paperless environment.
    •   Enhance enterprise use of business systems.
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   •   Manage effective systems development and investment planning and control processes.


Objective 4

Provide enabling technologies to improve the way in which the Town of Davie accomplishes its business.

   •   Increase ability to quickly deliver new functionality and/or systems in response to business changes.
   •   Improve management and dissemination of timely and reliable information to all stakeholders.
   •   Promote an environment where IT research and innovation activities support business strategies.


Major Programs & Services

Within the framework of our Mission Statement, the Technology & Information Management Services Department
of the Town of Davie, as a customer service based team, has the following broad responsibilities:


       Developing Strategic and Operational Planning related to technology and its use by the Town. This is
       provided primarily through the preparation and development of a continuously updated five (5) year IT
       Strategic Plan.

       Providing an efficient and stable Technology Infrastructure for the Town's Information and
       Telecommunication needs. This includes the selection, acquisition, maintenance, and support of the
       Town's Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN) equipment and cabling, as well as all
       of the attached computers and their peripherals.

       Supplying the assorted Departments of the Town with reliable, high-speed Internet Access and email
       services.

       Facilitating the construction and maintenance of the Town's Web Site.

       Delivering and maintaining a dependable telecommunication system which includes the Town's
       telephones and video conferencing, as well as all dial-up and VPN connections to our Network.

       Administering the Town's various IT initiatives, including preparation of Requests for Proposals (RFPs),
       vendor selection, acquisition, contract management, installation and infrastructure support.

       Installing and maintaining the standardized core software applications of the Town including Operating
       Systems, Network Operating Systems, Database Systems, and Office Suites.

       Providing applicable computer training to Town staff on all core applications.

       Assisting the various Town Departments with cooperative ventures, information sharing, common
       program development, and other integration/interface issues.

       Securing the Town's information and critical data through proper establishment and administration of
       security policies and procedures. This involves such items as effective backup and restore procedures,
       disaster recovery, physical security for all IT equipment, enforced adherence to the Town's security
       policy, appropriate password control systems, accurately configured firewalls, correctly administered
       authority rights, robust and redundant virus protection systems, high-level data encryption schemes,
       intrusion detection systems, etc.




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Server and Applications Administration

•      E-mail                                            •    Backup Restore Management Server
•      Microsoft Software Administrator                       Administrator (BRMS)
•      Network Services                                  •    Disaster Recovery Software
•      iSeries Servers                                   •    Voice over IP (VOIP)
•      HTE Applications:                                 •    Interactive voice response software
       Building Permits, Code Enforcement, Cash          •    Employee time and attendance software
       Receipts, GMBA, Utilities Billing, Asset          •    Wireless, data and cellular communications
       Management, Land Management, Accounts             •    Symantec Ghost Server Administrator
       Receivable, Occupational Licenses,                •    Computer Imaging Software
       Purchasing/Inventory, Payroll/Personnel,          •    SQL and Databases
       Planning/Engineering, Works Orders Facility       •    Easy Agenda
       Management, eBusiness, Crimes Management,         •    Firewall
       Police Works Field Reporting/Client-Incident,     •    Spam Servers
       Client-Accident, Qrep Database Reporting,
                                                         •    ArcIMS (Public Mapping Software)
       Document Management Services
                                                         •    Telephone Accounting Software
•      Looking Glass (Mapping Software)
                                                         •    Network routers and switches
•      VPN Secure Remote Access
                                                         •    Risk Management Software
•      Customer Response System (CRS)
                                                         •    Public Exchange telephone systems
•      Tivoli Storage Management Administrator (TSM)
•      Code Red (Reverse 911)



FY 2010 Budget Highlights

Continue to replace aging desktops systems, printers and laptops. Replace H.T.E. ERP system, replace the
current Lotus email system. Upgrade Window Servers O/S to current levels. Consolidate the enterprise
datacenter. Upgrade desktop software applications to current levels. Implement iSCSI SAN technology. Install
new Enterprise SQL Server for Police Department and Town Hall, Roll out new Imaging software and Scanners,
Roll out Public Safety software (OSSI) for Police Department. Virtualize the Server Environment. Complete the
first phase of thin client rollout. Implement enterprise-wide fax services. Upgrade existing backup software for
better redundancy and disaster preparedness. Modernize presentation capabilities in the Council Chambers.


                                   Department’s Key Performance Indicators


                                                                                     Est. 2009-10
          Performance           2005-06       2006-07        2007-08     2008-09      by year’s
            Indicators           Actual        Actual         Actual      Actual          end
    Desktops supported            306           306            306         306            275

    Work Orders Submitted         4174         4030           1730         TBD           2000

    Servers supported              34           43             55           61            45

    Routers & Switches             *             *              *          TBD           TBD
    supported

    Laptops supported             193          260            260          290           300

    Think Clients supported        19           19             19           19            50

    Telephones supported          355          362            368          368           375

    BlackBerrys supported          49           49             49           49            80

    Cell Phones supported         347          347            347          347           247

    AirCard/AVLs supported        144          209            209          209           200

    Printers Supported             *             *              *          TBD           TBD
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                                                                          Est. 2009-10
        Performance               2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09    by year’s
         Indicators                Actual    Actual    Actual    Actual        end

 % Network Uptime                    *         *         *         *         TBD

 % of systems covered by             *         *         *         *         TBD
 antivirus/antispyware
 software

 % of systems not to policy          *         *         *         *         TBD
 patch level

 % of downtime        due    to      *         *         *         *         TBD
 security incidents

 % of virus incidents requiring      *         *         *         *         TBD
 manual cleanup

 % of email spam messages            *         *         *         *         TBD
 stopped/detected
*Not Available




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           Technology & Information Management Systems
                              FY2010




                                                                                                IT Director




                                               Information Systems                                                                                        Administrative
                                                    Supervisor                                                                                              Secretary




       Information Sys.        Information Sys.               Information Sys. Information Sys.            Information Sys.   Network Technician              Intern
          Specialist II           Specialist I                   Specialist I     Specialist I                Specialist I




                                      Network Design                               Network Operations &
                                                                                                                                     Service Desk
                                       & Engineering                                   Infrastructure



                                 Applications & Database                          Software & Application
                                                                                                                                   Desktop Support
                                       Management                                      Integration



                                    Backups & Disaster                             Network & Computer                            Telecommunications
                                        Recovery                                        Security                                       Support


                                                                                    Systems Design &
                                     Midframe AS/400                                                                              Systems & Physical
                                                                                      Specifications
                                        Operations                                                                               Infrastructure Support



                                       Groupware &
                                 Collaboration Applications




223.
                            TOWN OF DAVIE
                  FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010 APPROPRIATIONS

                          TECHNOLOGY INFO MANAGEMNT


                              FY 2007      FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2009    FY 2010
Account                         Actual       Actual   Revised Budget YTD Expenditures Appropriation
SALARIES                     $524,329     $574,350         $593,199        $510,546       $609,532
OVERTIME                           $0           $0           $1,342             $181            $0
LONGEVITY                     $11,067      $15,462          $11,400               $0         $2,750
FICA                          $38,707      $42,390          $44,200          $38,900       $49,935
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION       $80,388      $95,400          $90,393          $70,561      $132,638
HEALTH INSURANCE              $60,376      $57,359          $60,136          $53,811      $102,720
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION         $1,296       $1,486           $1,756           $1,558         $2,003
DISABILITY INSURANCE           $2,483       $2,567           $2,887             $412            $0
PERSONAL SERVICE             $718,646     $789,014         $805,313         $675,969      $899,578


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             $125       $5,459          $15,000           $3,838       $15,000
COMP. EXP. AND MAINT.        $504,489     $428,696         $396,452         $294,094      $340,422
OFFICE EXPENSES                $4,787       $5,060           $7,000           $6,438         $9,130
EDUCATION AND TRAINING        $28,139      $30,938          $44,450          $34,455       $36,500
COMMUNICATIONS                $28,348      $76,034          $17,000          $34,352       $55,385
OPERATING EXPENSE            $565,888     $546,187         $479,902         $373,177      $456,437


CAPITAL OUTLAY                     $0     $345,971         $400,710         $312,905     $1,426,850
DEPRECIATION EXPENSE         $220,942           $0               $0               $0            $0
CAPITAL RESERVE FUND               $0           $0         $177,974               $0      $177,976
CAPITAL OUTLAY               $220,942     $345,971         $578,684         $312,905     $1,604,826


FUND TOTALS                 $1,505,476   $1,681,172      $1,863,899        $1,362,051    $2,960,841




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