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JEKYLL ISLAND AUTHORITY PROGRESS REPORT

2016


Few places on earth are more inviting than Jekyll Island. From early settlers to America’s social elite to today’s young explorers, the story of this small Georgia barrier island has captured imaginations for generations. Majestic forests, breathtaking beaches, opulent cottages— every path leads to a unique experience you’ll only discover here. The Jekyll Island Authority serves to protect and promote this beautiful place, and to help others understand, learn, connect, and celebrate it. This year’s Progress Report is illustrative of the ways we continue to preserve the splendor of Jekyll Island.


JEKYLL ISLAND AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS Michael D. Hodges Chairman St. Simons Island, Ga Sybil D. Lynn Jesup, Ga

Robert “Bob” W. Krueger Vice Chairman Hawkinsville, Ga

Joy Burch-Meeks Screven, Ga

William “Bill” H. Gross Kingsland, Ga

Hugh “Trip” Tollison Savannah, Ga

Mark Williams Georgia Department of Natural Resources Atlanta, Ga

Bill Jones III Sea Island, Ga

Joe Wilkinson St. Simons Island, Ga

WELCOME

Special appreciation: A. Richard Royal, Board Member 2009-2012, Chairman 2012-January 2017

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A NOTE OF PROGRESS

Jones Hooks, Executive Director

Jekyll Island has always been a place of wonder and beauty. In 2016, this remained true, as Jekyll Island moved forward in its goal to be a world-class destination. Winter brought the first residents to The Cottages, Jekyll’s first new residential development in more than 40 years. Spring saw record-breaking participation in our annual Turtle Crawl races and occupancy rates on the rise. Summer met the opening of the long-awaited Beach House restaurant at the Holiday Inn Resort and packed bike paths and beaches. In the fall, more than 45,000 guests flocked to Jekyll Island for the 11th annual Shrimp & Grits Festival. In December, the Jekyll Island Authority (JIA), along with Georgia 4-H and Governor and Mrs. Deal, officially opened Camp Jekyll, a new youth education and recreation camp, on the site of the former Jekyll Island 4-H Center. The JIA continued seeking professional guidance and advice as transportation, accessibility, golf, and economic impact studies were all initiated. And, throughout the year, our gate numbers and amenity revenues consistently reached new highs. In October, however, everything we’ve worked for was threatened. Hurricane Matthew required a mandatory evacuation for all island residents, guests, businesses, and Authority staff. The National Landmark Historic District was boarded up. Georgia Sea Turtle Center patients were sent to partners across the state, and Jekyll Island prepared for its first direct hit in more than 100 years. Few moments have been as emotional as watching the Georgia State Patrol close the gates as we left Jekyll on October 6. Thankfully, our island was spared and sustained only limited major damage. We are grateful to our staff and many state agencies for their commitment to get Jekyll up and running quickly. Pre-planning and quick action allowed Jekyll Island to be the first in the Golden Isles to welcome residents and businesses home.

WELCOME

It is my privilege to act as a steward of Jekyll Island. I look forward to helping Jekyll continue its extraordinary progress in 2017, and invite you to join me on this journey.

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REVITALIZATION Progress in 2016 was tangible on Jekyll Island. With the completion of multiple projects, including the Beach House restaurant, the new Camp Jekyll, and the addition of new partners at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel, Jekyll Island made great strides toward its goal of revitalization. The Jekyll Island Club Hotel and Suites construction project began in 2016, and it is set to bring another much-needed oceanfront lodging option on the island. In the fall, the Jekyll Island Authority Board of Directors approved the request for proposal for a new limited service hotel, one of the last keystones of the Beach Village development.

REVITALIZATION

In December, the JIA Board of Directors, alongside Georgia 4-H and Governor and Mrs. Deal, officially opened Camp Jekyll, a new youth education and recreation camp, on the site of the former Jekyll Island 4-H Center. The state-of-the-art campus was thoughtfully designed with young campers in mind, and it would not have been possible without the support of the Governor, his staff, and the State Legislature. Of particular note, because of her commitment to education and her support of learning opportunities for Georgia’s young people, the JIA Board of Directors voted unanimously to name the auditorium/ administration/classroom building at Camp Jekyll the “Sandra Deal Learning Center.”

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2016 YEAR IN REVIEW PROJECTS COMPLETED The Cottages at Jekyll Island - First residents February 2016 Beach House Restaurant - Opened July 2016 Camp Jekyll - Opened December 2016

BEACH HOUSE RESTAURANT

THE COTTAGES AT JEKYLL ISLAND

CAMP JEKYLL

Jekyll Ocean Club, a Jekyll Island Club Resort • Ocean Oaks Limited service hotel at Beach Village • Zachry's • Jekyll Island Wharf Restaurant Jekyll Island Seafood Company • Quality Inn and Beachview Club Hotel (renovations)

REVITALIZATION

2017 LOOKING FORWARD

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HURRICANE MATTHEW

22

ORGANIZATIONS

AIDED WITH RECOVERY

156

HOURS CLOCKED AT THE

EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER

9,009

STAFF HOURS DEVOTED TO RECOVERY & CLEANUP

35,744 CUBIC YARDS

OF DEBRIS REMOVED

1.5 MILLION HURRICANE MATTHEW

FACEBOOK IMPRESSIONS

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32,000 PAGE VIEWS

OF WEATHER ALERT PAGE

28

PUBLIC SERVICE

ANNOUNCEMENTS DISTRIBUTED


RESPONSE & RECOVERY TEAMS:

On the morning of October 6, the Georgia State Patrol closed the gates to Jekyll Island. As the last remaining Jekyll Island Authority staff and State Troopers left the island, it was unclear if or when anyone would be able to return. Thankfully, Hurricane Matthew stalled and shifted, and Jekyll Island was spared from tremendous damage. Pre-planning and recruiting of additional resources allowed Jekyll to recover from the storm quickly and effectively. With help from our friends in agencies and private businesses throughout the state, Jekyll was back online and open for business within days. Hurricane Matthew was the first hurricane to impact the Golden Isles in more than 100 years, and with any luck, it will be another 100 years before we are faced with another storm of that magnitude.

GEORGIA AIR NATIONAL GUARD GEORGIA AQUARIUM GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION GEORGIA DNR LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION CHAINSAW STRIKE FORCE GEORGIA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY GEORGIA NATIONAL GUARD 177 ENG. BATTALION GEORGIA NATIONAL GUARD MILITARY POLICE GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY LABORATORY AND WILDLIFE CENTER GEORGIA STATE PATROL GLYNN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY GLYNN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT JIA FACILITIES JIA FIRE/EMS JIA GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE JIA LANDSCAPING JIA ROADS & GROUNDS JIA WATER & WASTEWATER MCCORMICK’S GRILL W.H. GROSS CONSTRUCTION ZOO ATLANTA

HURRICANE MATTHEW

WEATHERING THE STORM

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CONVENTION CENTER Hosting more than 184,000 attendees and 225 events in just under 12 months, the Jekyll Island Convention Center once again exceeded all expectations. In 2016, prominent groups from across the Southeast hosted their meetings at the center – from the Georgia Rural Water Association and the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, to the Southern Company.

CONVENTION CENTER

It’s no longer a secret that the Southeast’s only oceanfront convention center is becoming the preferred location for events. Groups are already booking through 2020 and continue to fill up the convention center calendar year-round.

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This year, the Convention Center has hosted more than 184,000 attendees, resulting in more than 33,000 hotel room nights.

x 1,000

x 1,000

The Jekyll Island Convention Center revenue for 2016 was up 25% year over year.

$3,283,000 $4.5M $4M $3.5M

REVENUE

$3M $2.5M

225

215

203

151

193 163

158 136

$2M

131 100

$1.5M $1M $500K

YEAR Old Convention Center Bookings New Convention Center Bookings Revenue

CONVENTION CENTER

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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CONSERVATION The story of Jekyll Island’s Conservation Program in 2016 is one of ongoing growth and development. The team’s operating budget was increased by 37%, and it now has full integration with decision-making across departments. The program also expanded its influence externally by serving in leadership roles with Georgia DNR’s Coastal Advisory Council and Georgia Sea Grant’s Advisory Board—bodies that help guide the strategic direction and allocation of resources for coastal conservation in Georgia. Public engagement in Jekyll Island conservation efforts has been enhanced through a more prominent presence on the Jekyll Island website, new nature tour programs, and the Stewardship Pledge initiative. A new seasonal ranger enables staff to have more face time with the public during the busiest months. And, two new AmeriCorps members are taking great strides toward eradicating the most damaging invasive plants and establishing native plant refuge areas on Jekyll.

CONSERVATION

In April, the Conservation team championed Jekyll Island’s participation in the 2016 Audubon International BioBlitz. This census of wild species calls attention to the value that thoughtfully-managed golf courses can provide in supporting wildlife. Jekyll Island placed in the top three for all categories of the competition, including first place for participation, third for number of species, and second in the photo contest.

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NEW RANGER WALK PROGRAM

260+

signatures in just 15 months

3 ADDITIONAL

STAFF MEMBERS a seasonal ranger and two new AmeriCorps positions

2016 AUDUBON INTERNATIONAL BIOBLITZ

TOP 3

for all categories of the competition

CONSERVATION

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP PLEDGE CREATED

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2016 TURTLE CRAWL

939 10K 46%

RECORD-BREAKING

RACERS

ADDED A

RACE

INCREASE IN SPONSORSHIP

$20,000 RAISED FOR GEORGIA SEA TURTLE CENTER

2016 SHRIMP & GRITS FESTIVAL

45,000+ 58%

INCREASE IN FESTIVAL GIFT SALES

105%

500

JIA STAFF & VOLUNTEERS

VOTED ONE OF 100 BEST FINE ART & DESIGN SHOWS BY SUNSHINE ARTIST MAGAZINE

EVENTS

2016 ISLAND EVENTS

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MOVIES ON THE GREEN ISLAND TREASURES TURTLE CRAWL TRIATHLON, 5K, AND 10K TURTLE CRAWL FESTIVAL WHISKEY, WINE, AND WILDLIFE WEEKEND FARMERS' MARKETS INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE & FIREWORKS JEKYLL ISLAND SHRIMP & GRITS FESTIVAL GEORGIA-FLORIDA GOLF CLASSIC HOLIDAYS IN HISTORY JEKYLL ISLAND TREE LIGHTING HOLLY JOLLY JEKYLL PARADE


EVENTS Special events on Jekyll Island continue to grow and evolve, attracting thousands of guests to the island, many for the first time. The 2016 Turtle Crawl race was refocused to support the work of the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, resulting in record-breaking race participation and a $20,000 donation to the Center.

EVENTS

Our beloved Shrimp & Grits Festival celebrated its 11th year with crowds topping more than 45,000 over the three-day weekend. The events team also coordinated with promoters to host new events, including the highly successful Whiskey, Wine, & Wildlife event, a weekend celebration benefiting the Jekyll Island Foundation. 15


FACILITIES AND PUBLIC SERVICES The Facilities and Public Services department had an incredibly busy and productive year. Revenues from Summer Waves Water Park and the Campground exceeded all expectations, while the vehicle fleet was enhanced with seven vehicles. The Jekyll Island Golf Club saw significant improvements with 17 new pieces of John Deere turf equipment and 180 new Yamaha golf carts equipped with the latest GPS technology. This year, the Golf Club added another honor to its already impressive list. The Georgia Golf Course Superintendents Association recognized it as the 2016 Environmental Leader in Golf. The Environmental Leader in Golf award recognizes golf course superintendents and their courses for overall course management excellence in the areas of resource conservation, water quality management, integrated pest management, wildlife and habitat management, and education outreach. Two of the three 18-hole courses on Jekyll are Audubon Society certified, and the club’s participation in the 2016 Audubon BioBlitz made this recognition a reality. While Hurricane Matthew occupied the majority of the department’s labor force October through December, the team still was able to install more than 200,000 lights, adding picturesque sparkle and bringing joy to guests on Jekyll throughout the holiday season. The Jekyll Island Fire and EMS was once again given a Class 3 rating by the Insurance Services Office, putting our station in the top 3% of all stations both nationally and statewide. Response times for the station continue to impress, with an average response time of 4.23 minutes. In comparison, 75% of departments nationwide have an average response time of eight minutes, while 25% average response times greater than eight minutes.

FACILITIES

The Campground continues to grow in popularity. Just this year, more than 114,792 campers experienced the natural beauty of the campground and its 185 sites. Occupancy rates averaged 84% for the year, with stays during the spring and summer seasons averaging seven nights, while snowbirds averaged 30 nights or more.

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CAMPGROUND

114,792 GUESTS

$1.1 MILLION GENERATED IN REVENUE

FIRE & EMS DEPT. CALL VOLUME:

419 263 139

SERVICE ALARMS MITIGATED

EMS CALLS MITIGATED

PATIENTS TAKEN TO SGHS

2,049

TOTAL TRAINING HOURS COMPLETED FOR PART-TIME AND FULL-TIME STAFF

FACILITIES

FIRE PREVENTION

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GEORGIA SEA TURTLE CENTER 2016 was an outstanding year for the Georgia Sea Turtle Center. Center founder and director, Dr. Terry Norton, received the prestigious American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Emil Dolensek Award for his work at the GSTC and throughout the world. This award is not given annually, rather only when a deserving candidate is presented. Dr. Norton was also profiled on Georgia Public Broadcasting in their “Island Vet” program. The show aired on stations throughout the state and online. This year, the Center treated 81 sea turtle patients, with the most common problems being trauma, cold stunning, fish hook ingestion, starvation, and flotation abnormalities. We continue to lead advanced research efforts to better understand nutrition, wound care, and pain management in sea turtles and other reptiles.

GEORGIA SEA TURTLE CENTER

In 2016, the GSTC welcomed more than 100,000 visitors to the Center, while our education team engaged kids through field trips, outreach programs, distance learning, and summer camps. The distance learning program now reaches more than 4,000 people in 50+ schools throughout 20 states and three foreign countries. And, for the first time ever, Sea Turtle Camp went international. In 2016 GSTC educators taught camps in Costa Rica and St. Kitts.

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Our research team continues to manage the nesting female loggerhead sea turtle program on Jekyll Island. This year they documented 170 nests on Jekyll, with a hatching success of more than 66%. When our patrol team wasn’t busy working with a sea turtle, they were busy educating people on the beach, reaching more than 3,800 guests just in the 2016 season.

The Center’s work in Costa Rica, funded through Disney’s Conservation Fund, continued this year, helping with their education, research, and conservation programs. Our main focus continues to be capacity building through training and education. The diamondback terrapin causeway conservation program is in its ninth year, working to reduce road mortality and to better understand these turtles. This year, we encountered 494 terrapins on the road, and rehabilitated 13. A total of 321 terrapin eggs were incubated, and 150 of those hatchlings have been released back into the wild. In 2016, we employed 26 AmeriCorps members in sea turtle and coastal wildlife conservation service. These members are a vital component of the Center’s staff and help us increase environmental awareness and support of conservation initiatives in the community and on Jekyll Island. The Marine Debris Program also had an exceptional year, removing more than 57,000 items from coastal Georgia and logging more than 1,000 hours of volunteer service.


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SEA TURTLE

TREATED

100,000 3,800+

PEOPLE EDUCATED

THROUGH BEACH

PROGRAMS

5,100

MILES

DRIVEN ON BEACH

BY SEA TURTLE

57,000

PIECES REMOVED BY

MARINE DEBRIS PROGRAM

GEORGIA SEA TURTLE CENTER

RESEARCH TEAMS

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HISTORY The Historic Resources team had an incredibly productive year, with a sharp focus on creating new guest experiences throughout the Historic District. The new Rockefeller Experience gives visitors an inside look at Indian Mound Cottage. The tour is available daily at the top of each hour, allowing guests simplified and convenient access to one of the most intriguing cottages in the District. Historic Faith Chapel was opened for extended hours, with guided tours made available daily. The summer of 2016 saw the debut of Time Travelers Camp, a new summer program for children ages 8-12. Museum staff entertained and educated campers with a trip through Jekyll’s history via daily field trips, games, and hands-on activities. The camp included outings exploring Colonial times, the Golden Age of Piracy, the Gilded Era, the Roaring 20s, and the 1950s. In the spring of 2016, the Jekyll Island Museum hosted a week-long leadership training seminar attended by museum professionals from coast-to-coast. In its 16th year, the Jekyll Island Museum Institute has garnered attendance from all 50 states. The summer saw the return of the second-annual Independence Day Parade through the Historic District. More than 900 guests and residents gathered to watch golf carts, bikes, and even pets decorated in their best red, white, and blue. The parade is quickly becoming a beloved July 4th tradition on Jekyll Island. The fall brought the long-awaited completion of the porch restoration and construction on Hollybourne Cottage. The $80,000 project was supported by a $70,000 grant from the Friends of Historic Jekyll Island.

HISTORY

Also in 2016, the Museum purchased two much-needed replacement tractors for the iconic red tour trolleys. The upgrade improved reliability, safety, and functionality of our historic landmark tour program, which is a significant revenue generator for the National Historic Landmark District.

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The Jekyll Island Museum earned

$746,408

in tour and retail income in 2016, to reach the second highest total revenue on record, following last year’s record sales.

MUSEUM ANNUAL REVENUE 1987 - PRESENT

$600

$400

$200

1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015

2016

YEAR

NEW IN 2016 HOLLYBOURNE PORCH COMPLETED AND OPENED

NEW PROGRAMS:

ROCKEFELLER EXPERIENCE FAITH CHAPEL TIME TRAVELERS CAMP

MUSEUM STAFF BECAME CERTIFIED

INTERPRETIVE GUIDES

HISTORY

REVENUE (000)

$900

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GEORGIA SEA TURTLE CENTER GIFT SHOP RECORD-BREAKING

$1 MILLION IN SALES YEAR OVER YEAR

CAMPGROUND GIFT SHOP

7.6%

IN SALES YEAR OVER YEAR

SUMMER WAVES GIFT SHOP

5.6%

IN SALES YEAR OVER YEAR 22


RETAIL 2016 continued to be a record-setting year for the retail team. The Georgia Sea Turtle Center gift shop realized sales topping more than one million dollars, while the Campground and Summer Waves gift shops were up 7% and 5% annually, respectively. The new Life is Good store in Beach Village continues to impress. The Life is Good brand was founded with an emphasis on simplicity, humor, and humility and was a natural fit for Jekyll Island.

RETAIL

A new point-of-sale system, ResortSuite, was installed in all JIA-owned amenities and stores. The new system works on a cloudbased operating system, eliminating the need for multiple sales systems throughout the island. It also allows for better inventory management, reporting, and a streamlined guest experience.

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2014

Jekyll Island Authority Jekyll Island Authority Financial Results Jekyll Island Authority Financial Results Fiscal Year 2016* Fiscal Year 2016* Financial Results FINANCIAL RESULTS Fiscal Year 2016*

FISCAL YEAR 2016*

Revenues Administration

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Business Leases

ases pment Fund

Hotel Tax Tourism Development Fund

tion

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evenue

on revenue

nistration ng

dministration

Parking Interest Lot Rentals Foundation Grants Administration revenue Intern Housing

Total Administration

Enterprises Golf

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ves d

rtle Center

Turtle Center Bikes n er olf & Bikes

ewater

Convention Center McCormick's Grill Summer Waves Campground Life is Good Museum Georgia Sea Turtle Center Conservation Miniature Golf & Bikes Water/Wastewater Sanitation Fire Department

Tennis ment Destination Mktg & Special Events g & Special Events Guest Information Center on Center Mktg & Special Events Soccer mation Center Landscaping, Roads & Trails oads & Trails Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance ment Maintenance g, Roads & Trails Facility Maintenance ance quipment Maintenance Total Enterprises prises tenance FINANCIAL REPORT

ues nterprises

Total Revenues

venues

ses

2014

2014

rials 24 ources ales Materials es & Grounds

FY2016*

FY2015*

$

$

FY2016* $

3,954,491 1,281,095 3,954,491 548,841 1,281,095 3,378,418 548,841 2,960 3,378,418 534,479 2,960 63,276 534,479 63,276 211,498 44,010 211,498 10,019,068 44,010

FY2015* $

3,321,477 1,194,717 3,321,477 243,443 1,194,717 2,974,199 243,443 2,706 2,974,199 286,091 2,706 104,000 286,091 3,308 104,000 136,432 3,308 39,548 136,432 8,305,921 39,548

10,019,068

8,305,921

1,772,264 3,109,069 1,772,264 307,457 3,109,069 2,048,439 307,457 1,076,490 2,048,439 103,816 1,076,490 700,123 103,816 1,767,411 700,123 15,378 1,767,411 352,385 15,378 1,207,134 352,385 498,507 1,207,134 929,409 498,507 62,081 929,409 602,799 62,081 194,272 602,799 28,598 194,272 22,179 28,598 22,179 1,556 14,799,367 1,556

1,645,775 2,302,288 1,645,775 353,446 2,302,288 1,974,082 353,446 1,150,041 1,974,082 1,150,041 694,945 1,639,986 694,945 30,201 1,639,986 279,247 30,201 1,169,088 279,247 475,245 1,169,088 929,745 475,245 60,542 929,745 252,005 60,542 189,856 252,005 28,354 189,856 26,450 28,354 10,011 26,450 10,011 13,211,307 -

24,818,435 14,799,367

21,517,228 13,211,307

24,818,435

21,517,228

FY2016* VARIANCE

(000's)$

FY2015* $

%

VARIANCE

(000's)

%

3,954,491 19% 633 1,281,095 86 7% 633 19% 305548,841125% 86 7% 3,378,418 14% 404 305 125% 0 2,960 9% 404 14% 248534,479 87% 0 9% (41)63,276 -39% 248 87% (3) -100% (41) -39% 75211,498 55% (3) -100% 4 44,010 11% 75 55% 10,019,068 1,713 21%11% 4 1,713

3,321,477 1,194,717 243,443 2,974,199 2,706 286,091 104,000 3,308 136,432 39,548 8,305,921

21%

1,772,264 8% 1,645,775 126 3,109,069 35% 2,302,288 807 126 8% 307,457 -13% 353,446 (46) 807 35% 2,048,439 1,974,082 74 4% (46) -13% 1,076,490 -6% 1,150,041 (74) 74 4% 103,816 104 0% (74) -6% 700,123 1% 694,945 5 104 0% 1,767,411 8% 1,639,986 127 5 1% 30,201 (15)15,378 -49% 127 8% 279,247 73352,385 26% (15) -49% 1,207,134 1,169,088 38 3% 73 26% 475,245 23498,507 5% 38 3% 929,409 0% 929,745 (0) 23 5% 60,542 2 62,081 3% (0) 0% 252,005 351602,799139% 2 3% 194,272 2% 189,856 4 351 139% 28,354 0 28,598 1% 4 2% 26,450 (4)22,179 -16% 0 1% 10,011 (10) -100% (4) -16% 2 1,556 0% (10) -100% 14,799,367 12% 13,211,307 1,588 2 0% 24,818,435 3,301 15%12%21,517,228 1,588 3,301

15%

Expenses Human Resources Supplies & Materials Advertising & Sales Repairs - Facilities & Grounds

11,229,201 1,651,796 11,229,201 1,176,771 1,651,796 1,421,163

9,939,928 1,588,533 9,939,928 857,954 1,588,533 1,442,619

11,229,201 13% 9,939,928 1,289 1,651,796 1,588,533 63 4% 1,289 13% 1,176,771 37% 857,954 319 63 4% 1,421,163 -1% 1,442,619 (21)


rprises Total Enterprises

14,799,367

13,211,307 14,799,367

1,588 12% 13,211,307

1,588

nues Total Revenues

24,818,435

21,517,228 24,818,435

3,301 15% 21,517,228

3,301

FY2016*

FY2015*

$

$

Expenses

rces Human Resources cle terials Supplies & Materials Sales Advertising & Sales Purchase <$1K- Facilities & Grounds ties & Grounds Repairs Purchase $1K to $5K Utilities

Insurance FY2016* Contracts $ Printing enses Printing Printing Rentals Printing 173,385 Motor Vehicle Motor Vehicle ansmitters & time Motor Printing Motor Vehicle Vehicle 201,253 Telephone Telephone d Fees Telephone Motor Vehicle Telephone Printing 102,833 chase Equipment <$1K Purchase <$1K Equipment Purchase <$1K Equipment Purchase Telephone Equipment Purchase <$1K <$1K Motor Vehicle Printing 106,779 chase Equipment $1K to $5K Purchase $1K to $5K Equipment Purchase $1K to $5K pense Equipment Purchase Purchase <$1K $1K chaseVehicle <$1K Equipment $1K to to $5K $5K Telephone Motor 98,781 Travel Travel Travel chase $1K Equipment to $5KPurchase Purchase $1K to $5K Equipment <$1K Telephone Travel Expenditures 70,379 Dues Dues Dues Equipment $1K to $5K Equipment PurchasePurchase <$1K Travel Dues 149,280 es Grants expenses Grants expenses Grants expenses Travel Equipment Purchase $1K to Dues Grants expenses ting Cash Income **$5K mitters Satellite &Dues timeSatellite Transmitters & time Transmitters & time Travel Satellite Transmitters es Grants Satelliteexpenses Transmitters & & time time 355 es Credit Card Fees Credit Card Fees Grants expenses Dues Credit Fees mitters Satellite & time Card Transmitters & time Credit Card Fees 250,700 Satellite Transmitters & time Grants expenses Bank Fees Bank Fees Bank Fees es Credit Card Fees Bank Fees CreditInterest Card Fees Satellite Transmitters & Expense time SIGNATED FUND CONTRIBUTIONS and CAPITAL 145 se Interest Expense Interest Expense Bank Fees Interest Expense Bank Fees Credit Card Fees 33,616 se Fees Interest Expense Interest Expense Bank penditures Total Expenditures Total Expenditures evelopment fund Total Expenditures Total Expenditures nterest Expense 22,118,860 wer Fund Total Expenditures penditures Total Expenditures

g Cash Net Income Operating ** Cash Income ** Net Operating Cash Income ** Net Operating Cash Income geTotal principal payment ($1.6M NetExpenditures Operating Cashloan) Income ** ** 2,699,576 Net Operating Cash Income ** gtment Cash Net Income Operating ** Cash Income ** equipment fund

et Operating Cash Income **

o JIF for Mosaic Project

173,385 11,229,201 201,253 1,651,796 102,833 1,176,771

VARIANCE (000's)

172,859 9,939,928 11,229,201 230,706 1,588,533 1,651,796 85,566 857,954 1,176,771

%

1 1,2899,939,928 13% 0%1,289 (29) -13% 63 631,588,5334% 17 319 857,954 37%20% 319

106,779 63,840 43 1,421,163 1,442,619 (21) -1%67% (21) 1,421,163 1,442,619 98,781 65,664 33 1,593,446 1,662,610 (69) -4%50% (69) 1,593,446 1,662,610 70,379 FY2015* 65,563 5 FY2016* FY2016* VARIANCE FY2015* FY2016* FY2015* 821,444 874,461 (53) 874,461 -6% 7% VARIANCE 821,444 (53) VARIA FY2016* FY2015* VARIANCE FY2016* FY2015* VARIANCE $ $$$ (000's) $$23 $% (000's) $ (000's) % 149,280 126,187 18% FY2015* VARIANCE (000's) % 2,678,670 2,161,779 517 24% 2,678,670 2,161,779 517 $ $ (000's) % FY2016* FY2015* FY2016* FY2015* VARIANCE $ (000's) % 172,859 173,385 173,385 1 172,859 0% 11 173,385 VARIANCE 172,859 1 7,952 (8) -100% 173,385 172,859 358,862 $ 358,862 $$317,559 % 13% (000's)41 % 173,385 (000's)41 $ 317,559 172,859 1 172,859 201,253355 1 0% 230,706 201,253 -13% 201,253 (29) 230,706 230,706 (29) -1 1,478 (1) -76% (29) 201,253 (29) -FY2016* FY2015* VARIANCE 173,385 172,859 173,385 1 230,706 172,859 0% 1 201,253 230,706 (29) 230,706 FY2016* (29) -13% 102,833 102,833 85,566 17 85,566 20% 17 102,833 85,566 17 2 $ $ (000's) % 250,700 216,934 34 16% FY2015* VARIANCE 102,833 85,566 17 201,253 230,706 201,253 -13% (29) 102,833172,859 (29) 230,706 85,566 17 0% 43 85,566 106,779 17 $ $106,779 (000's) 43 %1 67% 63,840 63,840 106,779 63,840 43 6 145173,38520% 1,740 (2) -92% 106,779 63,840 43 102,833 102,833 85,566 17 85,566 20% 17 106,779 63,840 43 201,253 230,706 (29) -13% 173,385 172,859 1 0% 63,840 98,781 43 67%65,664 98,781 33 34 65,664 50% 98,781 65,664 33 33 5 33,616 98,781 65,664 33 106,779 106,779 63,840 43 63,840 67% 0% 98,781 85,566(29) 65,664 33 17 20% 43 201,253 -13% 65,664 70,379 33 102,83350%230,706 65,563 70,379 5 65,563 7% 55 70,379 65,563 5 70,379 65,563 98,781 65,664 98,781 33 65,664 50% 67% 335 4320% 102,833 106,779 85,566 70,379 63,840 17 65,563 22,118,860 19,883,932 2,235 65,563 149,280 5 7% 126,187 149,280 126,187 18%11% 23 149,280 23 126,187 23 1 149,280 126,187 23 3367%7% 50% 23 106,779 98,781 63,840 70,379 65,563 70,379 65,664 435 126,187 65,563 5 149,280 126,187 18% 7,952--23 - 33(8) 7,952 7,9527% (8) (8)-10 7,952 (8) -1 5-100% 98,781 70,379 126,187 65,664 - 65,563 50% 149,280 149,280 23 126,187 18%65% 23 7,952 (8) -1 2,699,576 1,633,296 1,066 7,952 (8) -100% 355 1,478 355 (1) 1,478 -76% (1) 355 1,478 149,280 126,187 5 23 7% 18% (1) (1) -7 70,379 65,563 355 1,478 7,952 (8) 7,952 -100% (8) -1-3551,478 (1) 1,478 250,700 (1) -76% 250,700 34 216,934 16%-100% 34 250,700 216,934 34 1 - 216,934 7,952 23 (8) 149,280 126,187 18% 250,700 34 355 1,478 355 (1) 216,934 1,478 -76% (1) 250,700 216,934 34 216,934 35516% 1,740 1,478 (8) (1)-92% -76% (2) 7,952 -100% 14534 145 (2) 1,740 145 1,740 (2) -9 145 1,740 (2) -250,700 216,934 250,700 34 216,934 16% 34 145216,934 (1) 1,740 (2) 34 1,478 -76% EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS: 1,740 (2) 250,700 -92%33,616 33,616355 -33,616 34 --0% 16% - 34 34 33,616 34 145 1,740 145 (2) 1,740 -92% (2) 33,616 34 145 0%216,934 1,740 34 (2) -92% 250,700 16% 34 33,616 33,616 34 0% 34 33,616 34 0% 145 1,740 (2) -92% 22,118,860 19,883,932 22,118,860 19,883,932 11% 2,235 22,118,860 19,883,932 2,235 1 548,841 243,444 2,235 22,118,860 19,883,932 2,235 22,118,860 2,235 33,616 3419,883,932 0% 19,883,932 2,235 11% 197,498 261,657 19,883,932 2,235 11% 11% 22,118,860 19,883,932 22,118,860 2,235 19,883,932 2,2351,066 6 2,699,576 22,118,860 1,633,296 2,699,576 1,633,296 65% 1,066 2,699,5761,066 1,633,296 2,699,576 1,066 150,370 2,699,576 0 2,235 1,633,296 1,633,296 1,066 22,118,860 19,883,932 11% 1,633,296 1,0662,699,57665% 1,633,296 1,066 65% 2,699,576 1,633,296 2,699,576 65% 1,066 25,000 28,000 1,0661,633,296 2,699,576

150,000

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GNATED BOARD FUND DESIGNATED CONTRIBUTIONS CONTRIBUTIONS and CAPITAL EQUIPMENT and CAPITAL EQUIPMENT PROJECTS: AND PROJECTS: BOARD DESIGNATED CONTRIBUTIONS and AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT AND 970,144 PROJECTS: & Projects funded from currentFUND year FUND 1,458,528 BOARD DESIGNATED FUND CONTRIBUTIONS and EQUIPMENT AND BOARD DESIGNATED FUND CONTRIBUTIONS and CAPITAL CAPITAL EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS: PROJECTS: BOARD DESIGNATED FUND CONTRIBUTIONS and CAPITAL EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS: TIONS and CAPITAL EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS: GNATED FUND DESIGNATED CONTRIBUTIONS FUND and CONTRIBUTIONS CAPITAL EQUIPMENT and CAPITAL ANDAND PROJECTS: EQUIPMENT OARDBOARD DESIGNATED FUND CONTRIBUTIONS and CAPITAL EQUIPMENT PROJECTS:AND PROJECTS:

opmentTourism fund Tourism Development fund 548,841 243,444 548,841 243,444 Development fund 548,841 243,444 Tourism Development fund 548,841 243,444 D DESIGNATIONS, CAPITAL EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS 2,594,396 1,439,086 Tourism Development fund 548,841243,444 243,444 Tourism Development fund 548,841 243,444 261,657 548,841 197,498 Fund Water/Sewer Fund 261,657 197,498 Water/Sewer Fund 261,657 197,498 Water/Sewer Fund 261,657 197,498 lopment fund Development fund 548,841 548,841 243,444 Water/Sewer Fund Tourism Tourism Development fund 548,841 261,657 243,444 243,444 Water/Sewer Fund 261,657197,498 197,498 261,657 197,498 150,370 principalRetail payment Village ($1.6M principal loan) payment ($1.6M loan) 150,370 0 00 Retail Village principal payment ($1.6M loan) 150,370 0 Retail Village principal payment ($1.6M loan) 150,370 Retail Village principal payment ($1.6M loan) 150,370 0 Water/Sewer Fund 261,657 197,498 Fund Fund 261,657 197,498 261,657 197,498 Retail Village principal payment ($1.6M loan) 150,370 0 ons toWater/Sewer Cash Reserves 105,179.19 194,209.70 150,370 0 nt equipment Fire Department fund equipment fund 25,000 28,000 25,000 28,000 Fire Department equipment fund 25,000 28,000 Fire Department equipment fund 25,000 28,000 Fire Department equipment fund Retail Village principal payment ($1.6M loan) 150,370 25,000 00 28,000 principal Retail payment Village ($1.6M principal loan) payment 150,370 150,370 0 Fire Department equipment fund($1.6M loan) 25,000 28,000 25,000 28,000 150,000 FFire forDepartment Mosaic Payment Project to JIF for Mosaic Project 150,000 0 00 Payment to JIF for Project Mosaic Project 150,000 0 Payment to JIF for Mosaic 0 equipment fund 25,000 150,000 28,000 Payment to JIF for Mosaic Project 150,000 nt equipment Fire Department fund equipment fund 25,000 28,000 25,000 28,000 Payment to JIF for Mosaic Project 150,000 0 150,000 0 Projects Equipment funded from & Projects current year funded from current year 1,458,528 1,458,528 970,144 970,144 Equipment & Projects funded from current year 1,458,528 970,144 Equipment & Projects funded from current year 1,458,528 970,144 Payment to JIF for Mosaic Project 150,000 0 Equipment Projects funded from 1,458,528 970,144 F for Mosaic Payment Project to& for Mosaic Project 150,000 150,000 0 0 Equipment &JIF Projects funded from current current year year 1,458,528 970,144 Y2015 financials are unaudited. ar 1,458,528 970,144 1,458,528 Equipment & Projects funded from current year 970,144 Projects Equipment funded from & current Projects year funded from current year 1,458,528 1,458,528 970,144 970,144 on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current year TOTAL FUND DESIGNATIONS, CAPITAL EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS 1,439,086 ESIGNATIONS, TOTAL FUND CAPITAL DESIGNATIONS, EQUIPMENT CAPITAL AND PROJECTS EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS 2,594,396 2,594,396 1,439,086 2,594,396 1,439,086 TOTAL FUND DESIGNATIONS, CAPITAL EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS 2,594,396 1,439,086 e amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in TOTAL FUND AND 2,594,396 1,439,086 TOTAL FUND DESIGNATIONS, DESIGNATIONS, CAPITAL CAPITAL EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS PROJECTS 2,594,396 2,594,396 1,439,086 OTAL FUND DESIGNATIONS, AND PROJECTS 1,439,086 UIPMENT AND PROJECTSCAPITAL EQUIPMENT2,594,396 1,439,086 al years, depending on the timeline of the project. ESIGNATIONS, TOTAL FUND CAPITAL DESIGNATIONS, EQUIPMENT CAPITAL AND PROJECTS EQUIPMENT AND PROJECTS 2,594,396 105,179 1,439,086 2,594,396 1,439,086 Contributions to Cash Reserves 194,209 sontributions to Contributions CashContributions Reserves to Cash Reserves 105,179.19 194,209.70 105,179.19 to Cash Reserves 105,179.19 194,209.70 194,209.70 Contributions Cash 105,179.19 194,209.70 to Cash to Reserves 105,179 194,209 Contributions to Cash Reserves Reserves 105,179.19 105,179.19 194,209.70 nformation in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for 194,209.70 nagement and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by s to Contributions Cash Reservesto Cash Reserves 105,179.19 194,209.70 105,179.19 194,209.70

FINANCIAL REPORT

* Financials are unaudited. sland Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annual t (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfinancials are unaudited. 5 financials are unaudited. * FY2016 and FY2015 financials are unaudited. * FY2016 and FY2015 financials are unaudited. ** Amounts are on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current year * FY2016 and FY2015 financials are unaudited. * FY2016 and FY2015 financials are unaudited. t is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profit or revenues. These amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in Amounts are on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current year budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current year ** Amounts are on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current ye ** Amounts are on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from cu ** Amounts are on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current y 5 financials are unaudited. * FY2016 and FY2015 financials are unaudited. mercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omissions or subsequent fiscal years, depending on the timeline of the project. ** Amounts are on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current y enues. These amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in ounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in revenues. These amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in revenues. These amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spen tain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current year revenues. These amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in the information contained in this document. revenues. These amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in bsequent fiscal years, depending on the timeline of the project. a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current year ** Amounts are on a budget basis format and do not contain Depreciation and Capital expenses. Capital equipment and projects listed here are amounts funded from current y ars, depending on the timeline of the project. subsequent fiscal years, depending on the timeline of the project. subsequent fiscal years, depending on the timeline of the project. current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in subsequent fiscal years, depending on the timeline of the project. The financial information in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for subsequent fiscal years, depending on the timeline of the project. ounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in revenues. These amounts are designated (set aside) from current year funds for specific equipment or projects and if not spent during the current fiscal year, will be spent in project. operational management and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by e financial information in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for ars, depending on the timeline of the project. subsequent fiscal years, depending on the timeline of the project. mation in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for * The financial information in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for * The financial information in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used request. Jekyll Island Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annual * The financial information in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for erational management and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by * The financial information in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for Financial Report (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfment and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by operational management and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by operational management and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are availa and Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for quest. Jekyll Island Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annual operational management and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by operational management and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by mation in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for * The financial information in this self-published Jekyll Island Authority Annual Report contains unaudited figures and is presented in a budget basis format which is used for published report is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profit or d Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annual request. Jekyll Island Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annual request. Jekyll Island Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive ancial Report (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfd capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by request. Jekyll Island Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annua request. Jekyll Island Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annua any other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omissions or ment and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by operational management and oversight (depreciation and capital expenses are not included). Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financials are available by FR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfFinancial Report (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfFinancial Report (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in th blished report is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profit or eviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfinaccuracies of the information contained in this document. Financial Report (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this self d Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annual request. Jekyll Island Authority's financial information is reviewed periodically by the State Department of Audits and is included in the State of Georgia's Comprehensive Annua y other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omissions or elieved to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profit or published report is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profit published report is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss o iority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfpublished report is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profi published report is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profi ccuracies of the information contained in this document. FR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfFinancial Report (CAFR). Financial stewardship is a high priority and the Jekyll Island Authority has a history of clean audit reports. All financial information contained in this selfal damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omissions or any other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omissions any other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, om , but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omission any other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omission elieved to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profit or published report is believed to be accurate and error-free, but should only be used for informational purposes. The Jekyll Island Authority shall not be liable for any loss of profi nformation contained in this document. inaccuracies of the information contained in this document. inaccuracies of the information contained in this document. to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omissions or inaccuracies of the information contained in this document. inaccuracies of the information contained in this document. al damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omissions or any other commercial damages, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages related to unintentional typographical or other errors, omission 25 nt. nformation contained in this document. inaccuracies of the information contained in this document.


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