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CITY MANAGER’S REPORT

February 2013 Volume 1, Issue 5


City manager’s report City of Pell City

February, 2013

Volume 1, Issue 5

Fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 3 47.95% and in the month of February 2013

Contents:

water loss was down to 7.76%. One attributable factor to this improvement has

Financial Report

3

been register change outs and leak repair.

Planning & Zoning

5

Mr. Hazelwood notes that these numbers do not include flushing or any other city

Parks & Rec

7

Library Report

8

Police Report

9

Fire Report

12

IT Report

13

water billing have done an exemplary job and are to be commended. While much

Utility Report

14

accomplishment has been realized, I know

Court Report

15

presentation in April to outline asphalt

that these valuable employees will continue to work toward even further

Street Dept

17

projects based on the new bid results.

improvement.

The water situation continues to show

We look forward to improvement in all areas of our operations and new prospects

use. In short, less water loss equates to less operating costs primarily by electricity savings at the well pumps. Another important contributing factor to this success is our employees working together to improve the situation. All of our utility workers as well as our employees handling As we move forward through this fiscal year details of many projects continue to materialize. Resurfacing bids have been returned and we expect to have a

improvement. In fact, one area of marked improvement is related to water loss. Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) Operator

and

interim

to

be

promising.

excited at the thought of a better Pell City.

water

superintendent Freddy Hazelwood reports that water produced versus water sold has shown

for our community and continue to be

Water

City of Pell City: Mayor Joe T. Funderburg Council President James McGowan

Patrick Draper, City Manager

President Pro Tem

production between September 2012 and the present day has been just over four

Dot H. Wood

million gallons while water sold has been

Council

just over three million gallons. This equates to an average water loss of 23%.

Jay Jenkins

To consider this in comparison, the water

Sharon Thomas

loss for the month of September 2012 was

Terry Templin

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Financial Report GENERAL FUND FINANCIAL RESULTS BY DEPT Month of February 2013 Actual to Budget & Prior Year

Actual MTH 02/13

Budget MTH 02/13

Actual MTH 02/12

Revenue: Revenue

$

1,338,535

Transfers In from Fund Balance

$

1,531,166

$

1,479,128

8,231

99,338

-

128,876

193,970

227,745

20,395

26,541

27,870

Street

117,216

139,452

115,551

Police

206,934

246,756

282,924

Fire

206,733

234,577

308,785

96,192

126,876

110,858

374,960

323,448

300,587

8,231

99,338

-

-

140,053

-

Expenditures: Administration Library

Parks & Recreation Appropriations Capital Expenditures Debt Service Payments Excess of Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses

$

187,230

$

99,492 *

$

104,808

There is a large excess of revenues over expenses because the budget for debt service payments has been adjusted. This will even out by the end of the year.

*

Note: The information above does not reflect invoices related to the month of February that were received by City Hall after March 6th; therefore, the data in the actual column is understated.

UTILITY FUND FINANCIAL RESULTS BY DEPT Month of February 2013 Actual to Budget & Prior Year Actual MTH 02/13

Budget MTH 02/13

Actual MTH 02/12

Revenue: Revenue

$

Transfers In from Other Funds

387,942 15,621

Transfers In from Fund Balance

$ *

378,242

$

95,833

-

404,090 83,333

321,259

-

Expenditures: Garbage Collection

56,861

41,650

59,601

Water

33,746

164,742

78,282

Wastewater Treatment

92,157

109,350

3,216

-

321,259

234,257

Capital Expenditures Debt Service Payments Excess of Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses *

220,799 $

(0)

196,674 $

3,309

34,461 $

77,606

Amount transferred into the Utility Fund to cover expenses

** It appears that approximately $1,000,000 last year (or approximately $83,333 per month) was needed by the Utility Fund in the prior year to cover expenses. This will become more apparent in August when the utility bond payments are made.

Note: The information above does not reflect invoices related to the month of February that were received by City Hall after March 6th; therefore, the data in the actual column is understated.

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Financial Report GENERAL FUND FINANCIAL RESULTS BY DEPT YTD February 2013 Actual to Budget & Prior Year Actual YTD 02/13

Budget YTD 02/13

Actual YTD 02/12

Revenue Revenue

$

9,253,979

Transfers In from Fund Balance

*

$

7,658,831

$

9,812,656

145,978

503,989

-

Administration

825,543

897,974

777,338

Library

117,365

132,704

132,586

Street

599,257

708,066

943,890

Police

1,123,578

1,222,589

1,340,653

Fire

1,185,149

1,172,885

1,334,661

479,048

648,076

582,964

1,617,240

1,811,750

503,989

397,609

Expenditures:

Parks & Recreation Appropriations

1,810,460

Capital Expenditures

145,978

Debt Service Payments Excess of Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses

***

1,647,462 $

1,466,117

1,732,195 $

(472,899) **

***

1,445,298 $

1,045,907

* Actual revenues are significantly larger than the budgeted revenues because business license renewals are due in January and the City receives sales tax revenue from the largest holiday month (December) in January, but the budgeted revenue is spread evenly over the entire year. ** There is a budgeted deficit in the month of Februrary because budgeted revenues were spread evenly over the entire year, but budgeted debt has been adjusted to match the period in which debt service is paid. *** Appropriation amounts for current year and prior year were adjusted because there was a Pell City School System payment made in FY 2012 that should have been made in FY 2013.

Note: The information above does not reflect invoices related to the month of February that were received by City Hall after March 6th; therefore, the data in the actual column is understated.

UTILITY FUND FINANCIAL RESULTS BY DEPT YTD February 2013 Actual to Budget & Prior Year

Actual YTD 02/13

Budget YTD 02/13

Actual YTD 02/12

Revenue Revenue

$

2,017,901

Transfers In from Other Funds

$

-

Transfers In from Fund Balance

1,891,210

$

479,167

2,326,598 416,667

155,009

1,606,293

-

Garbage Collection

279,180

208,250

341,694

Water

444,248

823,710

455,356

Wastewater Treatment

492,756

505,124

28,121

Capital Expenditures

155,009

1,606,293

733,383

Debt Service Payments

919,678

1,024,997

696,804

Expenditures:

Excess of Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses

*

$

161,219

$

16,545

$

487,907

It appears that approximately $1,000,000 last year (or approximately $83,333 per month) was needed by the Utility Fund in the prior year to cover expenses. This will become more apparent in August when the utility bond payments are made.

Note: The information above does not reflect invoices related to the month of February that were received by City Hall after March 6th; therefore, the data in the actual column is understated.

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Planning & Zoning Report PERMITS BY TYPE Month of October 2012 thru February 2013

BUILDING PERMITS New Residential Building Residential Addition Residentail Repair Residential Remodel Residential Roofing New Commerical Building Commerical Addition Commerical Remodel Commerical Repair Commerical Finish Out Commerical Roofing Residential Electrical Residential HVAC Residential Plumbing Commerical Electrial Commerical HVAC Commerical Plumbing Totals

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

TOTAL PERMIT

2 1 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 22

0 2 3 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 2 4 25

1 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 14

1 2 4 0 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 7 3 4 2 2 1 33

2 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 4 4 2 0 1 26

6 7 12 3 14 1 1 5 2 2 2 19 12 13 9 5 7 120

PERMITS FEES BY TYPE Month of October 2012 thru February 2013

PERMIT FEES New Residential Building Residential Addition Residentail Repair Residential Remodel Residential Roofing New Commerical Building Commerical Addition Commerical Remodel Commerical Repair Commerical Finish Out Commerical Roofing Residential Electrical Residential HVAC Residential Plumbing Commerical Electrial Commerical HVAC Commerical Plumbing

OCT $900.00 $75.00 $90.00 $0.00 $122.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $480.00 $25.00 $130.00 $20.00 $0.00 $100.00 $15.00 $46.50

NOV DEC JAN FEB TOTAL FEE $0.00 $300.00 $1,350.00 $1,484.00 $4,034.00 $124.00 $75.00 $149.00 $25.00 $448.00 $77.00 $150.00 $933.00 $87.00 $1,337.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $499.00 $499.00 $80.00 $69.00 $172.00 $25.00 $468.00 $800.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $800.00 $153.72 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $153.72 $682.46 $29.00 $0.00 $135.00 $846.46 $0.00 $50.00 $250.00 $0.00 $300.00 $0.00 $0.00 $360.00 $0.00 $840.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $32.00 $57.00 $30.00 $90.00 $290.00 $249.00 $789.00 $10.00 $25.00 $60.00 $70.00 $185.00 $0.00 $25.00 $87.50 $165.50 $278.00 $105.00 $0.00 $130.00 $194.00 $529.00 $50.00 $0.00 $45.00 $0.00 $110.00 $213.50 $0.00 $22.50 $28.50 $311.00

Totals

$2,003.50 $2,325.68

$813.00 5

$3,849.00

$2,994.00

$11,985.18


Planning & Zoning —continued INSPECTIONS BY TYPE Month of October 2012 thru February 2013 INSPECTIONS New Residential Building Residential Addition Residentail Repair Residential Remodel Residential Roofing New Commerical Building Commerical Addition Commerical Remodel Commerical Repair Commerical Finish Out Commerical Roofing Residential Electrical Residential HVAC Residential Plumbing Commerical Electrial Commerical HVAC Commerical Plumbing Totals

OCT 54 2 9 7 1 12 2 1 0 16 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 107

NOV 45 6 31 7 8 13 0 3 0 8 2 6 0 0 1 0 0 130

DEC 15 12 10 2 1 3 1 3 0 1 0 8 6 6 5 1 4 78

JAN 52 10 8 1 0 9 2 6 6 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 1 102

FEB 61 12 19 8 1 11 9 16 11 31 1 2 1 1 4 0 0 188

TOTAL 227 42 77 25 11 48 14 29 17 56 3 19 9 9 11 3 5 605

PERMITS Month of February 2012 vs February 2013

Compare February 2012 to February 2013 9 8 7

PERMITS

6 5 4 3 2 1 0

New New Residential Residential Residential Residential Commerical Commerical Commerical Commerical Commerical Residential Residential Residential Commerical Commerical Commerical Residential Commerical Attitions Repair Remodel Roofing Additions Remodel Repair F/O Roofing Electrical HVAC Plumbing Electrical HVAC Plumbing Building Building

Feb-12

2

0

2

3

3

0

0

2

1

0

1

8

4

5

2

1

2

Feb-13

2

1

1

3

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

5

4

4

2

0

1

PL CASES BY TYPE Month of October 2012 thru February 2013 PL CASES Annexation Appeal Process De-Annexation Conditional Use Lot-Split Rezone Variance Totals

OCT 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2

NOV 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

DEC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

JAN 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 6

FEB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOT PL Cases 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 5


Parks & Recreation Report PARKS & RECREATION REVIEW—Month of February 2013 The Civic Center & Lakeside Park Facility Rentals: During the month of February there were 111 bookings. 37 of the bookings were regular rentals. The remaining 74 bookings were for nonprofit meetings. Facility Uses: Youth basketball games were held through the second weekend of the month in the gym, and Zumba was held regularly in our banquet rooms. Highlighted Events: St. Clair St. Vincent's Card Party, Fire School Graduation, GCW Wrestling & Boy Scouts Breakfast Memberships & Guests: 103 new members were signed up, and there were 371 paying guests. The Senior Center Weekly Programming: `Each Tuesday and Thursday line dancing and group exercise sessions were held. Bingo, pool and card games were also held regularly. Off Campus Activities: A field trip was taken to Lincoln to see an Elvis impersonator and the seniors also went to dinner at the Cracker Barrel. Additional Events: There was a presentation and book signing by Phyllis Barrett, author of “Hang in there, Mom”. The Senior Center also hosted a Valentines dance and party. Monthly Meal Totals: There were 1,013 meals served in the month of February. Maintenance Department Projects: Serviced all equipment in preparation for the spring, completed lining the sports complex parking lot, changed air filters in all the buildings, installed new paper towel and toilet paper dispensers, cleaned drains on the Civic Center roof , replaced drain covers, Repaired roofs on the Civic Center and the Senior Center. Regular Duties: Setting up and breaking down for events, Landscaping, blowing leaves from parking lots and walking tracks, cleaning Lakeside Park bathrooms, emptying trash in Lakeside Park, picking up litter on all our properties, and maintaining equipment. Pell City Tennis Center Events:

There were 4 Ladies Social Days with 44 participants. The Logan Martin Tennis Association had their annual fundraiser/membership

drive tournament and gained 38 new memberships. Tournaments: There were 7 USTA matches with a total of 90 Players. Clinics & Lessons: 23 clinics and 85 private lessons were taught over the course of the month. Additional Facility Uses: Pell City High School and Victory Christian School began practicing Monday – Friday from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Pell City High School had three home matches at our facilities. Memberships: During the month of January 7 new members were added and 12 memberships were renewed. Athletic Department Spring Sports Information: Softball, Baseball, and Soccer ended registration had evaluations. All three sports formed teams and began practicing on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Youth Basketball League Information: Pell City hosted an end of the season tournament on February 7th,8th and 9th. The league trophy presentation was held on February 19th in the Civic Center Gym. Pell City also sent four teams to the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association district basketball tournament. Two of those teams were invited to the state level tournament in Gadsden Al. Projects: Dirt was added to the baseball and softball infields to improve drainage and the overall condition of the fields. Playing fields had to be prepared for the spring season. Preparing the playing fields includes measuring field dimensions, setting bases at the baseball & softball complexes, and lining fields at the soccer complex. Civic Center Duties: Assisting with event setups and breakdowns, cleaning the gym, setting up for and monitoring basketball games, answering sport related questions through phone calls, emails and in person. Sports Complex Duties: Weed eating, grass cutting, cleaning restrooms, picking up trash, general field maintenance.

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Library Report LIBRARY REVIEW Month of February 2013

Members

Programs

Members at 2/28/2013

14,482

New Adult Members

30

New Juvenile

29

Members Withdrawn

Story Time  

- 15

Occurrences Attendance

Young Adult  Occurrences 

Public Computer Usage

Attendance

5 115

2 25

Library Tours

2,375 hours

Occurrences

0

Attendance

0

Circulation Adult Fiction Adult Non-Fiction

361

Large Print

921

Juvenile Fiction

 

351

Audios/CDs

226

Videos/DVDs

952

5,618

Prior year

6,229

Current Holdings

29 145

Attendance

145

Genealogy

321

Total

Occurrences Attendance

Special Library Programs  Occurrences 5

1252

Juvenile Non-Fiction

E-Books

Meeting Room Use

1,234

35,104

Wild and Wonderful Wednesday Programs Wednesday, February 20, 2013 @ 12:00 PM Pell City Library Proudly Presented Dr. Arthur Bacon

8

Sessions

 

Minutes logged on Average Minutes

885 80

11

Pages Viewed

1,450


Police Department Report Police Department Activity Month of February 2013

Patrol Division Calls for Service: 2,275

Warrants Issued: 33

Warrants Served: 24

Warnings:

Arrests:

Citations Issued: 64

Accidents:

Warrants Recalled: 27

38

22

46

Reports/Supplements made: 116

Detective Division Felony Cases:

30

Burglary: 10

Fraud use of a CC: 2

U.B.E.V.: 3

Rape: 2 (1 case was substantiated / 1 case was unsubstantiated)

Misdemeanor Cases:

32

Domestic Violence: 6

Harassment:

Theft of Property:

Harassing Communication: 4

4

Theft of Property: 10

5

Assault:

Identity Theft: 3

5

Leaving Scene of an Accident: 5

Criminal Mischief: 1

Menacing: 1

Unauthorized Use of Veh.: 1

Special Operations Unit Felony Warrants: 6

Interviews:

9

I/O’s Completed:

2

Felony Arrest:

6

Misd. Arrest:

1

Traffic Stops:

8

Citations:

3

Warnings:

3

Officer Assists:

5

New Narcotic Cases: 5

Arrest Report Comp:

2

Dep. Completed: 1

(2) Attempted Warrant Services

Worked on New Command Center

(1) Attempted Narcotic Purchase

Took lights out of car #18

(2) Surveillance Details

Took radar unit from car #40 and put it in car #23

(3) Off Duty Call-Outs

Installed Computer and Printer in Car #23

Filled in one shift on patrol

Worked on Car #116 Computer

Went to local pharmacies on forged scripts

Worked on Car #408 Computer and Printer

Worked Municipal Court Three Times

Took Camera out of #472 and replaced inverter

Attended District Court Twice

Worked on inverter in car #406

Attended Circuit Court Twice

Worked on computer and printer in car #408

Attended Grand Jury

Worked on printer in car #405

Moved Offices

Worked on camera in car #12

Replaced Carpet in New Office

Worked on car #406 light bar

Trained Officer Woodard with K-9

Worked on computer in car #472

Completed Equipment Inventory

Moved some equipment in car #12

Worked cases with Birmingham Narcotics Unit

Put new antenna on car #637

Worked cases w/Talladega County Drug Task Force Seizures: (20) Lortabs

(4) Percosets

(1) Gram of Methamphetamines 9

(1) Straw used for Drug Consumption


Police Department Report– continued VEHICLE USAGE

Car #768

Car # 780

Starting Mileage: 82,103

Starting Mileage: 55,118

Ending Mileage:

Ending Mileage:

82,734

Total Miles:

631

Total Miles:

Fuel Used (Gal):

52.8

Fuel Used (Gal):

55,346 228 37

(1) Oil Change (1) Complete Set of Brakes

Animal Control Pell City Services:

Riverside Services:

Total Miles :

1,456

Animals Picked Up:

11 Dogs, 7 Cats, 2 Wildlife

Total Miles :

220

Animals Picked Up:

3 Dogs, 0 Cat, 0 Wildlife

VIPS SERVICES Volunteers reported 98 hours in the month of February resulting in 168 hours year-to-date. Activity included 82 patrol hours, 16 administrative hours. Additional Activity: 56 Specific Patrol Request

3 Vehicle Assists

1 Intoxicated Person

2 Suspicious Situations

17 Business Checks

12 Officer Assists (1 Off Duty) 5 Traffic Directions

3 Cleared Roadways

7 Hours of Office Duties

3 Accidents

6 Escorts

7 Other Public Service Incidents

1 Civilian Transport

4 Wrecker Assists

8 Reports

1 Alarm

2 Phone Calls

1 Ambulance Assist

1 Warrant Check Off Duty (No Officer was available)

School Resource Division Activity: Calls for Service: 5

Parent/Teacher Meetings: 10

Student’s Counseled: 15

I/O Reports:

3

Arrest Reports:

0

Citations Issued:

0

Warnings Issued: 1

Classes Taught:

31

Schools Attended:

36

Special Programs: 1

Student Contact:

2600

Drug Searches:

0

Special Programs Summary On February 4th, the SRO Division worked a Basketball game at the High School. Sergeant Carden attended FTO and FTO Instructor Class. Sergeant McGuffie, and Officer Riley attended the FTO Class. Corporal McWaters put on a FTO Training Class and an FTO Instructor Class. Corporal McWaters attended Rifle Qualifications. All Shifts attended Vehicle Operations and Stress Relief through Financial Planning classes. Officer Riley and Corporal Hazel attended Drager Recertification. Officer Wathen and Corporal Hazel attended Domestic Violence update/refresher course. Officer Garlick attended and spoke at a Crime Prevention Program at Cropwell Baptist Church. Officer Woodard began K-9 training with VooDoo.

Polygraph Unit The polygraph unit conducted 5 screening examinations in February.

Marine Police Unit The Marine Unit selected Officers Walton and Andrews for service during the 2013 season. Officer Moeller provided training resources and the Dock Watch program began its community updates for the 2013 boating season and LMLPA lake clean-up program. 10


Police Department Report Police Department Activity Month of January 2013

Quality of Life and Miscellaneous Details Signs removed - 12 Media – 12 Contacts, 62 Updates, 2 News Releases

Of Note: Chief Turley presided over the St. Clair County Chief’s meeting on January 9 th in Moody. The police department procured two free vehicles and 7 patrol rifles from the DRMO program. Chief Turley and Asst. Chief Brasher met with St. Vincent’s Hospital administrators and conducted a security assessment of the Pell City SVSC hospital. Chief Turley completed a meeting with commanders and Mr. Larry Riggins regarding quality-of-life and litter enforcement strategies. Promotional testing was conducted on January 14 th and 15th. Promotional review boards were held on January 22 nd. A Citizen’s Firearms Safety Course was held on January 19 th. Command staff met with a resident expert regarding school shooting and operational planning. Chief Turley met with school officials and representatives from the city regarding school safety. Chief Turley worked with Fire Chief Mike Burdette and school officials to conduct a school safety assessment. The department began the research and training in a philosophical change to Intelligence-Based Policing. Chief Turley held a supervisors meeting on January 23 rd. Officer Autumn Garlick, Officer Jimmy Woodard, Sergeant Don Newton, Officer Pruitt, Corporal McWaters, Sergeant Warrington, Corporal Bobo, Officer Martin, Officer Burton, Sergeant McGuffie, Corporal Hazel, Officer Wathen, Officer Riley, Sergeant McInnish and Officer Herren attended Roll Call training on Sexual Harassment and began Policy Review. Officer Woodard continued to conduct handgun and patrol rifle qualifications. Officer Woodard, on his own time, received training with the Arkansas Game and Fish Department. Officer Woodard, Sergeant Newton, and Chief Turley did a live radio interview about Citizen’s Firearms Training. Officer Woodard and Sergeant Newton participated in FTO meeting. Officer Woodard conducted a Citizens Firearms Class. Sergeant Newton assisted as the Range Safety Officer. Sergeant Warrington, Sergeant Newton, Sergeant Carden, Lieutenant Herren, Sergeant Swiney, Detective Lomeli, Corporal Jones and Sergeant McInnish attended supervisor training in Moody. Sergeant Warrington, Corporal Bobo and Officer Herren attended the Rifle Qualifications Course. Sergeant McGuffie attended the Overdose America training program. The department assisted the county and the state in a Pell City School System bus accident outside of the jurisdiction. Chief Turley completed Executive Level Training at the Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Training Seminar regarding case law, legal updates, training and ACJIS.

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Fire Report Fire Activity Month of February 2013

TRAINING: During the month of February, the Fire Department has worked to establish further education for our employees as well as surrounding entities. We will be hosting an EMT class starting April 1, 2013 and continuing thru July 20, 2013. When successfully completed these participating individuals will be licensed as an EMT. In addition, the Fire Department has completed our EMT continuing education course which include CPR, PALS, ACLS and protocol updates. The course are required to maintain an EMT license and also help to remain current on our skill sets.

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IT Report Month of February 2013

1. Mobile App  Development Phase in process.  Information Collection phase initiated. 2. Police Department  Modified infrastructure to accommodate office relocations.  Modified System for necessary user access level changes.  Modified Car Systems to accommodate personnel change assignments. 3. Polycom Video RSS System  Evaluating repair / replace options. 4. Cable Channel  Explored options for Cable Channel Server repair/replacement. 5. Tyler Utilities Conversion Project:  Attentively Go-Live Conversion Analysis scheduled re-scheduled for April 2013 due to rate changes. 6. Content and Document Management System Project:  On hold for possible relocation and reassignment of processes. 7. E-mail Exchange Migration  Exploring a comprehensive Bundle. 8. Website 

Initial kick off meeting and site development discussion for 3 Template Themes development for vote.

9. Communications Bandwidth upgrade  Initial meeting with Centurylink and evaluation for conversion upgrade from Copper to Fiber. 10. GIS System  Reclassifying of addressing and zoning information to accommodate mapping in the GIS System.

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Utility Report Utility Activity Month of February 2013 NEW UTILITY CUSTOMER: 66

NEW BUSINESS LICENSES: 29

BUSINESS LICENSE RENEWALS (Includes New License): 1003

DAILY INSPECTIONS WELL A,B,C,D, CVWA 12 WW LAB 36 WATER QUALITY INSPECTIONS IN AFFECTED AREAS BAC-T SAMPLES (42) 34 WATER QUALITY CHECKS 1 SSO’S FLUSHING PROGRAM FOR MONDAY AND THURSDAY 14

FLUSHING PROGRAM FOR MONDAY AND THURSDAY: 25THST.N. 9TH AVE, 26TH ST./11TH AVE.,26TH ST. N. BETWEEN 4TH& 5TH AVE.,7TH AVE. B.O.V., 31ST ST. N./COMER , BUNT DRIVE, 28TH ST. B.O.V., HARDEE'S, 36TH ST B.O.V. WELLS A,C,D CVW. WW LAB

FLUSHING PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY AND FRIDAY 16

FLUSHING PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY / FRIDAY: SCOTT DRIVE, BURGER KING, 28TH ST. N. BETWEEN 7TH/9TH AVE., 27TH ST. N. 6TH AVE., 31ST ST. N./9TH AVE. , 33RD ST. N. /7TH AVE.,6TH AVE.B.O.V., 26TH ST.N. B.O.V.,25TH ST.N. /11TH AVE., 27TH ST. N. B.O.V. .

RAMDOM FLUSHING FOR WEDNESDAY 66 VARIOUS LOCATIONS WATER & SEWER INSPECTIONS 4 INSPECTIONS LEAKS 32 LEAKS REPORTED AND REPAIRED 0 FORCE MAIN LEAK 7 LOCATES 1 INSPECTION FINALS/TURNOFFS/CUTS/RECONNECT 51 FINALS 52 TURN ON 33 CUT 14 RECONNECT REGISTER CHANGE OUTS 47 REGISTER CHANGEOUTS (BALANCE OF 67 REGISTERS) SERVICES 0 SERVICES INSTALLED METER READS/SKIPPED METERS READS/STOPPED METER METER READS FOR MONTHLY BILLING 5022 METERS READ 165 RE-READS 96 SKIPPED METERS READ 274 STOPPED METERS 14


Court Report COURT ACTIVITY Month of February 2013

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Court Report-continued COURT ACTIVITY Month of February 2013

*February was Amnesty month for the Municipal Court approximately 80 warrants were cleared during this time. Collections were increased 60% from January. *Shelves have been installed in filing room; court personnel have been working hard to transfer all files.

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Street Department Report Activity month of February 2013 

Clip side of road way on Blue Hole/ Blue Cut.( Skid Steer)

Cut right of way on 231 South./Hwy 34/Hardwick Rd./78 East/ Pleasant Valley/43 Street/Industrial Park/Dr. John Drive / Bunt Dr./12 Ave North/ Oak Ridge /Blue Hole Rd./Blue Cut Rd./ Dry Creek Rd. Rosedale/( Bush Axe )

Clean ditches on Eden area/Comer Ave/Oak Ridge/Dickey Dr./Church Rd /23th St. North

Repaired pot holes throughout city/Road cuts at Shady Dale (water dept.) /Blue Hole Rd./ Blue Cut Rd.

Picked up liter on all city right of way (weekly) Litter for blue barrels (weekly)

Removed shrubs/ trees A J Blake bridge at 231 Hwy/ 78 Hwy/ Trim Shrubs 19th & Rec. Hall

Removed all City own property from Chamber building

Perform maintenance on all red lights/Cogswell Ave street lights

Shop/ Maintenance on Street Dept./ Water Dept. /Fire Dept./ Waste Water/ Park & Rec –Trucks/Eq.

Maintenance on City Hall/Library/Chamber/ Social Services/Animal Shelter

Repaired/Replace signage throughout city

Stock pile 50 tons coal mix (asphalt)

Installed pipe on Wolf Creek Rd North

Monthly Fuel Report Street Dept. Gas 735.70 gals >on road fuel 230.60 gals> Off road fuel 754.40 gals

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City Manager Report February 2013