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19840405CCMeeting1 1 • 1 Tybee Island, Georgia April 5, 1984 The Tybee Island City Council held its regular monthly meeting at City Hall on Thursday, April 5, 1984 at 7:30 p. m. Mayor Charles J. Hosti presided and the following members of Council were present: Paul Jackson, Jeanne Hutton, John Wylly, S. J. Orsini, David McCutchen and C. P. Solomon. City Attorney Thomas J. Mahoney, Jr. was also present. The first visitor to appear before Council was Arnold Bragg of 1510 Chatham Avenue. He complained about trash pickup being irregular, stating that sometimes trash is skipped in what seems to be a haphazard manner. Councilperson Hutton answered, explaining that there are three kinds of dry trash: chippable, non - chippable that can be placed in our local landfill, and non - chippable that must be transported to the county landfill: This does often make citizens believe that the pickup is tool.randdm orIcasual, but actually they are doing as instructed: picking up one kind of trash so that double handling is eliminated, thus increasing efficiency. Mrs. Hutton also spoke of the problems the sanitation workers encounter, asking the public to contain their trash properly. She promised a pamphlet soon to help citizens understand the best methods of handling each type of disposal problem. Mayor Hosti then invited the Chamber of Commerce president, Jeff Schroeder to speak. Mr. Schroeder explained the Chamber's funding request which will be heard later in the meeting, and reiterated the need for a billboard advertising Tybee on I -95. Mayor Hosti then opened the meeting for business legally presented. Minutes of the meeting of March 1, 1984 were approved as written. Bills for the month of March were approved as follows: Water /Sewer Department - $8,954.06; Public Works - $3,274.87, Sanitation - $1,560.96; General Government - $4,259.35; Police - $3,391.26; Parking Meters — $14,185.00; Fire - $1,359.59; First Responder - $88.07; 1 1 00106 April 5, 1984 Page Two and Recreation - $1,529.87. It was noted that utilities were not included in these totals. It was further noted that the parking meter department had received new meters from Duncan Meters and that the cost was $14,185.00, a capital outlay expense. A new scoreboard for Jaycee Park was purchased from Colorado Time Systems at a cost of $1,252.00. A letter from the Chamber of Commerce, dated February 28, 1984, was read. The letter endorsed the city's efforts to build a fishing pier. A letter from Lt. Col Wong, 24th Infantry Division, Mechanized, 92nd Engineer Battalion, U.S. Army, was read. The Army is not going to be able to help the city remove the hazards in shallow water along the North Beach. The letter was discussed briefly, and accepted as information. The following committee reports were accepted as information: Public Works - work progressing on drainage ditches and, filling and grading dirt streets and patching paved streets. Sea Wall repair is also underway. Signs and street lines are being painted in preparation for the summer season. Finance /General Government - Bids for the annual audit received. Councilperson Wylly moved that the bid of $5,500.00 from Brewin & Boswell be accepted since they are familiar with our situation and have been aiding us with the transitidan fran one computer system to another. Councilperson Orsini seconded the motion and it passed without dissent. Erosion Control - Presently in hands of state committee that believes the only answer is renourish- ment; the committee is due to meet here later this month and will dis- cuss sources of funding. Recreation - Basketball ended last week and softball has begun. A questionnaire has been prepared by the Recreation Board and will be mailed out before the end of the month; the questionnaire should provide answers as to what the public wants from its recreation department. Fire - The volunteers are testing equipment this month. A thank you for a recent donation of $100.00 from the Kluttz family was mentioned, and for complimentary articles in Tybee News. There was also a thank-you from Mr. and Mrs. Yates who were recently helped by the First Responder when Mr. Yates suffered a heart attack. 1 00107 April 5, 1984 Page Three Police - ComMissioner Orsini stated that the dog ordinance is being enforced more strictly, but that he must report the eighth person bitten by a dog since Christmas. In this instance the dog was on a: lease, and he reiterated last month's statement that the animal control ordinance will be more strictly enforced. He also read a summary of the cases the police has handled during the last month. Mayor Hosti thanked the Council for their committee reports and for the hard work each one has done on budget preparation this past month. The second reading of an ordinance amending the sewer tapping ordinance (Section 6- 2 -4(b)) was introduced by Councilperson Jackson who moved its adoption. The motion was seconded by Councilperson Hutton and passed by a vote of five to zero. Councilperson Solomon abstained, explaining that he is in the plumbing business and preferred to avoid any possibility of conflict of interest. A copy of this ordi- nance, numbered #1984 -34 is .attached to, and becomes a part ,.of, :these minutes. Councilperson Wylly introduced an ordinance amending the business license ordinance and changing the time of renewal frown May to January. He. then linoved its acceptance on first reading; Council- person McCutchen seconded and the motion passed unanimously. He then requested a second reading, and the vote was unanimously in favor. The ordinance was adopted and will be numbered 1984 -4, amending Section 9 -1 -8 of the Tybee Island Code of Ordinances. A copy is attached to, and becomes a part of, these minutes. Councilperson Wylly then explained that no increase in license fees has been enacted in recent years; the finance committee has studied the fees and is recommending they be raised by approximately 100 overall, with a few adjustments where there were seeming inequities. He further stated that the entire council has bad copies of the suggested changes in advance, with ample time to study and evaluate them. He then moved that the new schedule of license fees (Section 3 -2 -52) be accepted as presented; Councilperson Solomon seconded and the motion passed unanimously. 1 00108 April 5, 1984 Page Four Councilperson Wylly then requested a second reading so that the City Treasurer would be able to implement the changes immediate- ly. The second reading was also accepted unanimously. A copy of this ordinance, #1984 -5, is attached to, and becomes a part of, these minutes. The fees will be pro -rated for the remainder of calendar year 1984, and the renewal date of January 1st will become effective as of January 1, 1985. A petition, resolution and quit claim for Lot 11, Campbell Subdivision (PIN # 4 -02 -16 -007) was read and explained by the City Attorney who stated that this is property that has never been owned by the city, but that an error was made years ago due to late payment of back taxes, and that taxes in the amount of $58.74 for FY82/ 83 were owed, for which the city has received recent payment. Council - person McCutchen moved adoption of the resolution, Councilperson Wylly seconded and the motion passed unanimously. A copy of this resolution and quit claim is attached to these minutes. A resolution allocating Revenue Sharing funds for the period beginning October 1, 1983 and ending September 30, 1984 was read. The resolution, which allocates all expected income to water /:; sewer improvements, was adopted upon motion of Councilperson Wylly, seconded by Councilperson Jackson and unanimously accepted by the Council. A business license for teaching of wind surfing by International Windsurfer Sailing Schools was approved with the under- standing that the police committee will investigate location and safety factors. Councilperson McCutchen moved to allow the business license at a fee to be set later; Councilperson Hutton seconded and the motion passed unanimously. Letters front the following organizations were read: Tybee Island Chamber of Commerce, Tybee Island Womens Council ( Tybee News), Marine Rescue Squadron, Golden Agers, and Tybee Museum. These letters requested inclusion in the budget for the fiscal year, and the amounts requested were: Chamber of Commerce - $7,000.00; Tybee News - $100.00 per month or $1200.00; Golden Agers - $25.00 per month 00109 April 5, 1984 Page Five or $300.00 for the year; Marine Rescue Squadron - $150.00 per month or $1800.00 for the year; and Tybee Museum, $500.00 per month or $6000.00 for fiscal year 1984 /85. After a fairly lengthy discussion, the above amounts were all approved for inclusion in the budget. Councilperson Wylly stated that the amount set aside for these allocations had been $9,000.00, but the approved amounts totalled $10,300.00. It was there- fore necessary to remove the additional $1,300.00 from the contingency fund, reducing it to $35,584.00. He then reminded Council that adjustments in the budget can be made if unexpectedvexpenses occur, and cautioned them that it. ;is never necessary to spend an amount just because it has been budgeted..; He then moved adoption of the budget and Councilperson Hutton seconded. During the following discussion it was noted that one -third of the fire department budget is reserved for a new fire station. Mayor Hosti remarked that the budget is a realistic one and reminded each councilperson that it is their duty to see that the taxpayers' money is well- spent, with no unnecessary .finding at all. Again, he expressed his appreciation for the hard work each councilperson had put into his department's budget. A vote was then taken, and the budget was unanimously adopted. The meeting was adjourned. CLERK OF CO IL 1 1 00110 WHEREAS, the City of Tybee Island has received a Recipient Account Statement from the Office of Revenue Sharing, Washington, D.C., and WHEREAS, the statement includes an entitlement summary for the Entitlement Period 15 depicting an initial allocation entitlement totalling $51,787; and WHEREAS, Entitlement Period 15, beginning October 1, 1983 and ending Sep- tember 30, 1984, is currently entering its second quarter and the first quarter allotment of $12,946.00 has already been received; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council in Open Meeting assembled, that these funds for the first quarter of Entitlement Period 15, totalling $12,946. be budgeted =for Water /Sewer Improvements; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the entire Entitlement Period 15 allocation, for the period beginning ng October 1, 1983 and ending September 30, 1984, whrh i.is:-.ariti- cipated at $51,787.00 be budgeted' for the purpose of further improving the water and sewer dystet and facilities, and for no other purpose. Adopted this 5th day of April 1984. 1 1 �D f.. PAY �, e✓ rte;'. Ordinance # 1984- 3 00111 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA, AMENDING THE TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES, SECTION 6 -2 -4 Building Sewers and Connections, Paragraph B Costs. BE IT ORDAINED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL IN OPEN MEETING ASSEMBLED, THAT Section 6 -2 -4 -, Paragraph B of the Tybee Island Code of Ordinances be deleted in its entirety; AND IT IS FURTHER ORDAINED THAT THE FOLLOWING SHALL BE INSERTED IN ITS STEAD: Section 6 -2 -4 Building Sewers and Connections, Paragraph B Costs. All Cost and expense incident to the connection of the building sewer from the owner's building to the public sewer shall be borne by the owner. Any connection fran the owner's property into the public sewer shall be made by the owner, under supervision of the sewer department, and no connection into the public sewer shall be covered until approval of the superintendent of the department is granted. The owner shall pay the city a standard sewer tap fee for each tap into the public sewer. 1984. ATTEST: Adopted this 5th day of April THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA First Reading: March 1, 1984 Second Reading: April 5, 1984 Enacted: April 5, 1984 Lot was Mr. Gary Lanier, through his Attorney, requested that 11, Campbell Ward, Tybee Island, Chatham County, Georgia, sold for taxes on October 7, 1965, and for which all back taxes and costs in the amount of $58.72 , have been paid to the town, be conveyed to moved that claimed to him and that the following The motion was seconded by Councilman and unanimously passed. David McCutchen him. Councilman the property be quit Resolution be adopted. John Wylly R E S O L U T I O N WHEREAS, on October 7, 1965, Carlton H. Davis Chief of Police for the Town of Savannah Beach, now Tybee Island, conveyed to Savannah Beach, Tybee Island, property of Marion G. Wiggins known as Lot 11, Campbell Ward, Savannah Beach, Tybee Island, Chatham County, Georgia, for past due city taxes; and WHEREAS, the said Marion G. Wiggins, as owner of said lot, has paid to the Clerk of Council of the Town of Tybee Island, the sum of $58.72 representing all ad valorem taxes and costs due the Town of Tybee Island, against said property; and WHEREAS, Marion G. Wiggins conveyed said property to James L. Wiggins by Deed dated August 30, 1975, recorded in Chatham County Records in Deed Book 105 -0, Folio 544; and WHEREAS, James L. Wiggins conveyed said property to Gary Lanier by Deed dated October 6, 1977, recorded in Chatham County Records in Deed Book 109 -K, Folio 491; and WHEREAS, the said Gary Lanier has petitioned the Mayor and Councilmen of the Town of Tybee Island, to quit claim said property to Petitioner. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Councilmen of the Town of Tybee Island, in council assembled, that the JOSEPH 0. SASEEN ATTORNEY •T LAW IS EAST JONES STREET V•NNAH. GEORGIA •401 233.7,72 prayers of said petitioner be granted,.nd the Mayor of the Town of Tybee Island is. hereby authori -ed and directed to execute a quit claim deed and the Cler of Council is authorized and directed to attest said Deed to carry out the purpose of this Resolution. ADOPTED AND APPROVED, this 5TH day of APRIL 19 84 , upon Motion of Councilman Day' d McCutchen seconded by Councilman John Wylly unanimously carried. JOSEPH O.SASEEN ATTONNET AT LAW 115 CAST JONES 51-5EE7 .V■NN•N. 000501A 91401 139•'!)9] and • WITNESSETH: That the said party.. _. _ _ of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 4P. 4. One Dollar and noj100 _( 1, 00) _ - _Dollars, • • . • . . 4 i 4 4 4 4 • . 4. . . 4. . . . 4 • . 4 4 4 4i 0 4 4 4 4 4. 4. lk 4 4. Z 4 • 4. 4 4 • 4 4 4 4 4 4 • *4 . . 4 4 40 44 4 4 4 4 with all the rights, members and appurtenances to the said described premises in anywise appertain- • 4. ing or belonging. 4. 4 TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said described premises unto the said part ' of the second • A Ow part his heirs and assigns, so that neither the said party of the first part nor its__ __ heirs. nor any other person or persons claiming under it shall at any time, claim or demand Z. A A any right, title or interest to the aforesaid described premises or its appurtenances. 4. 4. • 4 P IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said part_ y_ _.._ .__ _of the first part has_ hereunto seti.ts___ • hand and affixed_ its seal the day and year above written. 4 CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, a Municipal . 4, aYL.. - (Seal) 4. 7 - ATTEST: - eal) 4. ,2- , erk of Counci !1! _ ' _ (Seal) • Notary Pu CWaham Cou , Georgia • 00:00:0:0 ■010 :•∎:4: :0:1:•:iO:••0:0:00 ,0:0:000 0 00:04:04) • 0:0:0:••••(0:0.••••0:0)) ) )•0 Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of C.o tiQn___ _(Seal) 440 0(0 0:0 0:044. 444 :44:4:40 0:.4:000:4:00: 0.444444:0 X0',4 :0X0 0X0:4 44.44X4::07,00 QUIT -CLAIM DEED 4. • . 4. 4. 4. 4. • 4. • 4. STATE OF GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY. • 4. THIS INDENTURE, made this day of in the year of our 4. • 4. 4. IT Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and _____.. • between_ CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, a Municipal Corporation, Partyof the first part, • 4. • • __ _ __ _ _ _____ ., .. na .. n9 the second nail. • 40: and ■ • 4 • • • • • 4 • • 4 4 • • • • 4 • 4 i • 4 • 4 4 4 • 4 4 . 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 • . 4 • 4 . 4 .A 4 4 • 4 4 4 01 I ttS 5 4 • 4 • • cash in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged,. has _bargained, sold and do__es__ by these presents bargain, sell, remise, release, and forever quit -claim to the said party. .__- of the second part,_ h3$- ___heirs and assigns, all the right, title, interest, claim or demand which the said party __of the first part ha____or may have had in and to_ __the-- f-o- llow- ing--deser4bed property, to -wit: ALL that certain lot, tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City of Tybee Island, County of Chatham and State of Georgia, known as LOT ELEVEN (11), CAMPBELL SUBDIVISION, FORT WARD. Said lot being bounded as follows: On the NORTH Lot Twelve (12), said Subdivision and Ward; on the EAST by land of Hodges and Marsh; on the SOUTH by Logan Street; and on the WEST by Bright Street; Reference being hereby made to that certain map or plat of said Subdivision recorded in Chatham County Records in Map Book 2, Page 279, for better determining the metes, bounds and dimensions of said property. • 4 4 Notary Public, Georgia, State at Large J+iy Commisslon Expires Jan. 13, 1987 1 1 OCi1.5 Ordinance # 1984 -4 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES, TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA, BE IT ORDAINED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED,' BY. THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL IN OPEN MEETING ASSEMBLED, THAT SECTION 9 -1 -8 OF THE TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES BE REMOVED IN ITS ENTIRETY AND THAT THE FOLLOWING BE ADOPTED IN ITS STEAD: Section 9 -1 -8 Duration of License; renewal. (a) Any license referred to in this chapter shall automatically expire on December 31, of the year of its issuance. (b) Each licensee shall make a written application for renewal on forms supplied by the administrator no later than January 1 of each calendar year, which application may require substantially the same information as an initial application. The renewed license shall be issued or denied on the same basis as the original with the requirement that any additional lawful provisions of this code in effect at the time of renewal must also be met. Adopted this 5th day of April 1984. BY: THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA ATI`EST: CLERK OF COUNCIL 1st Reading: April 5, 1984 2nd Reading: April 5, 1984 Adopted: April 5, 1984 00116 BE IT ORDPJNED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED, BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA, IN OPEN MEETING ASSEMBLED, THAT THE SCHEDULE OF LICENSE TAXES AS REQUIRED IN THE TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES, SECTION 3 -2 -52, Levy and Minimum Tax, SHALL READ AS FOLLOWS: A -01 041 AMUSEMENT ARCADE -15 MACHINES IN ONE LOCATION 275.40 042 EACH MACHINE OVER 15 AT SAME LOCATION, PER MACH. 12.00 043 EACH MACHINE UP TO 14 AT SAME LOCATION, PER MACH. 22.80 080 ANTIQUES, REPAIR AND OR SALE OF 25.20 120 APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, MOTELS IN WHICH 2 OR MORE UNITS ARE RENTED, EASH UNIT HAVING SEPARATE ENTRANCE: MINIMUM OF TWO 35.40 EACH UNIT THEREAFTER 3.60 160 APPLIANCES, AND OR TOOLS (SEE TOOLS OR APPLIANCES) T- 20/280 200 ARTS AND CRAFTS, RETAIL DEALER 240 AUTOMOBILE: REPAIR, ETC. (SEE VEHICLES) 260 AUTOMATED BANKING 44.40 125.00 280 AUTOMOBILE PARKING SPACE FOR HIRE 150.00 320 AWNINGS: WOOD, METAL, CLOTH BOAT SAILS: SALE, INSTALLATION OR MANUFACTURE OF, 33.00 B -02 040 BAKERY SHOP, RETAIL 33.00 060 BAKERY, WHOLESALE DELIVERY BREAD, BAKED GOODS 27.60 080 BARBERSHOP 33.00 120 BATHHOUSE AND OR CLOTHES CHANGING FACILITY 27.60 160 BEACH EQUIPMENT, (FLOATS, RAFTS, CHAIRS, OTHER TYPES OF EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN THE WATER AND ALONG THE BEACHES) EACH STATION MUST SUPPLY LIFEGUARD. 300.00 -1- B -02 200 BEACHWEAR, SPORTSWEAR ONLY, SALE OF 33.00 240 BEACHWEAR, SPORTSWEAR SALE OF, WITH OTHER BUSINESS 33.00 280 BEAUTY SHOP 33.00 320 BEER, WHOLESALE ONLY RETAIL OR GIVING AWAY - SEE: BEVERAGES 340 BENCHES - ADVERTISING -ANY PERSON OR FIRM PROVIDING BENCHES TO BE USED FOR THE SALE OF ADVERTISING THEREON. 105.00 BEVERAGES, DEALERS IN LEGAL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: 360 BEER, EACH RETAIL BEER DEALER 361 WINE, EACH RETAIL WINE DEALER 362 RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS: SELLING, OFFERING, POURING, OR GIVING AWAY (TO BE APPROVED BY GOVERNING BODY) 363 PACKAGE SHOP: IN SAME BUILDING WITH POURING BUSINESS 183.00 22.20 825.00 302.40 364 PACKAGE SHOP ONLY 852.00 400 BICYCLE RENTAL ONLY: 2.00 PER BICYCLE, MIN. CHG. 27.60 410 BICYCLE SHOP: SALE OF, RENTAL OF, REPAIR OF 55.20 440 BOAT STORAGE: (SEE MARINA, FISHING CAMP) (MARINA) 480 BOATS, BATEAUS, RENTAL FOR FISHING OR CRABBING 25.20 520 BONDSMAN: PROFESSIONAL (POST PROPERTY DEED AT CITY HALL, LICENSE IS SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY POLICE COMMITTEE 181.80 560 BRICKS, CONCRETE BLOCKS, LAYING OF 33.00 600 BUILDING CONTRACTOR: GENERAL 66.00 (NOT INCLUDING ELEC. OR PLUMB.) GENERAL FOREMAN OR SUPERINTENDENT, OR ANY OTHER PERSON HAVING FULL CHARGE AND DIRECTION OF CONSTRUCTION WORK, REGARDLESS OF MANNER CONPENSATED, ON A JOB WHERE NO CONTRACTOR IS EMPLOYED 66.01 640 BUILDING SUPPLIES, PAINT E OR HARDWARE ONLY, SALE AND OR DELIVERY -2- 55.20 00117 B -02 680 BULLDOZER, HEAVY EQUIPMENT (HAULING, GRADING, LOT CLEANING, AND OTHER PURPOSES) 55.20 00118 C -03 040 CABINET SHOP AND OR INSTALLATION OF 30. 041 CAMPGROUND, PER PAD 4.60 i 045 CARPET: INSTALLATION, CLEANING, DYING 30. 080 CAR WASH: AUTOMATIC OR COIN- OPERATED, IN CONNECTION WITH FILLING STATION OR OTHER BUSINESS 25.20 100 CHEMICAL TOILETS: ANY PERSON OR FIRM OFFERING FOR RENT CHEMICAL TOILET FACILITIES TO BE PLACED TEMPORARILY WITHIN CITY LIMITS. 100.80 120 CIGARETTES: VENDING MACHINE OR SALES OF 12. 160 CONCRETE BLOCKS, SLABS, SIMILAR PRODUCTS, MANUFACTURE OF 55.20 200 CONCRETE CONTRACTOR 45.00 240 CONFECTIONS: COTTON CANDY, SNOW CONES, CANDY 35.40 APPLES, ETC., 280 CONVALESCENT HOME 60.00 D -04 320 DANCE HALL: ORCHESTRA, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 55.20 321 DANCING ON PREMISES OF PUBLIC PLACE WITHOUT LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 30. 330 DECORATING: INTERIOR /EXTERIOR SUPPLIES 55.20 360 DEPARTMENT STORE 300.00 400 DRUGSTORE (PRESCRIPTIONS) 30. 440 DRY GOODS AND OR NOTIONS, IN CONJUCTION WITH DRUGSTORE 30. 441 DRY GOODS AND OR NOTIONS, IN CONJUCTION WITH GROCERY 30. -3- E -05 040 EGGS AND POULTRY, SALE OR DELIVERY OF 30. 080 ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY FRANCISE 3,300. 120 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 60.00 160 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, PARTS AND SUPPLIES 30. 180 ELECTRICAL SIGNS•, PORTABLE- RENTAL OF 25. 200 EXTERMINATING SERVICE IF OFFICE IS IN CITY LIMITS 33.00 TIFA SPRAY MACHINE, OPERATION WITH INSECTICIDES FOR WHICH A CHARGE IS MADE, PER MACHINE 7.80 F -06 040 FENCE, WIRE, SALES AND INSTALLATION 080 FILLING, HAULING, GRADING CONTRACTOR 120 FILM, SALE AND PROCESSING (NOT IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER BUSINESS) 45.00 60.00 25.20 160 FISHING TACKLE, IN CONNECTION WITH GIFT SHOP OR SIMILAR BUSINESS 15. 161 FISHING TACKLE & BAIT SHOP BY SELF 25.20 200 FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING 30. 240 FLORIST: WHOLESALE 30. 241 FLORIST: RETAIL 30. 280 FOOD PRODUCTS, DELIVERY OR MFG. OF, INCLUDING FROZEN FOODS, WHOLESALE 60.00 ONLY 320 FOOD PRODUCTS, RETAIL SALE OF, (DAIRY PRODUCTS, CONCESSION STANDS, (NOT RESTAURANT OR EATING ESTABLISHMENT -MUST SECURE PERMIT FROM HEALTH DEPT. 50.40 00119 1 1 G -07 040 GARDEN SUPPLIES, FERTILIZER, TOOLS AND REPAIRS NOT IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER BUSINESS 30. GARBAGE PICKUP - -SEE SANITATION SERVICE 080 GASOLINE FROM PUMPS, EACH PUMP 12.00 120 GASOLINE, OIL, SALE OR DELIVERY WHOLESALE 55.20 IF TRUCKS SELL RETAIL EXCEPT FUEL OIL, ADD 30. 160 GLASS, INSTALLATION, SERVICE OR SALES 30.00 180 GO KART (MUST HAVE INS. ON FILE IN OFFICE) 200.40 200 GOLF COURSE, MINIATURE, CONNECTED WITH AMUSEMENT PARK 33.00 240 GROCERY ONLY, RETAIL 85. H -08 020 HANDYMAN'S LICENSE (SEE CONTRACTOR) B- 02/600 66.00 040 HARDWARE AND OR PAINT, WITH OTHER BUSINESS 75.00 080 HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTOR 75.00 100 HEATING APPLIANCES -SMALL 33.00 120 HOTEL OR ROOMING HOUSE (SEE APARTMENTS, ETC.)A- 01/120 160 HOUSE MOVING CONTRACTOR (APPROVAL AND COST OF 30. PERMIT TO BE MADE BY MAYOR E COUNCIL) I -09 040 ICE, DELIVERY TO RETAILERS 30. 080 INSECTICIDES, SPRAYING OR TERMITING - SEE EXTERMINATING E- 05/200 120 INSTALLATION OR REPAIRS, GENERAL (FENCE, TV, FLOOR COVERINGS, AIR CONDITION /HEATING, ROOFING (SEARS ROEBUCK) 200.40 160 INSULATION BUSINESS 33.00 200 INSURANCE COMPANY, DOING BUSINESS DIRECTLY OR THROUGH AN AGENCY, BROKER OR SUBAGENT, EACH AGENCY (SEE NEW INS. RES. PASSED) 40.00 00120 1 J -10 040 JANITORIAL SERVICE, WINDOW CLEANING, CARPET CLEANING 080 JUNK, SALVAGE, PURCHASING, ACQUIRING, TRADING FOR OR STORING WITHIN CITY LIMITS (SEE SEC. 9 -1 -19) • K -11 040 KINDERGARTENS, PLAY SCHOOLS, DAY CARE CENTERS, • IN HOME CHILD CARE, MONTESOURRI SCHOOL. (PROVIDING SERVICE FOR CHILDREN NOT TO EXCEED 25 IN NUMBER) 33.00 110. 40 33.00 L -12 040 LAUNDRY, SOLICITING AND DELIVERY BY TRUCK, EACH 25.20 080 LAWN MOWERS, SALES AND SERVICE 30. 120 LIQUID PETROLEUM GAS, DISTRIBUTOR OF 90. (TRANSFERS) 160 LIQUORS AND BEER, TRANSFER OF LICENSE FROM ONE PERSON TO ANOTHER OR FROM ONE LOCATION TO ANOTHER, EACH TRANSFER TO BE APPROVED BY COUNCIL. 35.40 200 LOCKSMITH 30. 240 LANDSCAPING AND OR GRASS CUTTING 25.20 260 LOT CLEARING: USING EQUIPMENT LARGER THAN A LAWN MOWER 55. M -13 020 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR CONTRACTOR: ANY PERSON ENGAGING IN GENERAL MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR WORK FOR ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION FOR A RENUMERATION 040 MARINA, FISH CAMP, INCLUDING BOAT RENTALS, SALE OF BAIT, ELECTRIC HOIST, ETC. 080 MEATS: SOLICITING, SELLING, DELIVERING, EXCEPT LICENSED CITY MERCHANTS 081 MEATS: SALE FOR CONSUMPTION OFF THE PREMISES MEAT MARKET. -6- 60.00 60.00 50.40 50.40 1 1 M -13 120 METAL AND GLASS DOOR OR WINDOW PRODUCTS,, SALE AND OR INSTALLATION 40.20 160 MILK DISPENSING MACHINE, IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER BUSINESS 30. 200 MOBILE AUTO WAXING, WASHING AND WAXING 35.40 240 MOVING PICTURE THEATRE, OPERATION OF 25.20 280 MUSIC MACHINE, AUTOMATIC, JUKE -BOX, EACH 40.20 N -14 040 NEON SIGNS, SALE OR REPAIR 30. 080 NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS PUBLISHED MONTHLY 30. 0 -15 040 ORNAMENTAL IRON CONTRACTOR 40. 20 P -16 040 PAINTING CONTRACTOR 33.00 060 PAPER PRODUCTS - WHOLESALE 25.20 080 PAVING CONTRACTOR 60.00 120 PEANUTS, CRACKERS, POPCORN, ETC. CANDY, SMOKES, WHOLESALE 33.00 RETAIL: NOT IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER BUSINESS 25.20 160 PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, EACH MACHINE OR CAMERA 30. 200 PHOTOGRAPHER, COMMERCIAL, TAKING PICTURES IN NIGHTCLUBS OR HOTELS, EACH LOCATION 30. 240 PINBALL MACHINES - SEE AMUSEMENT MACHINES 280 PITCH BALL GAME, NO LICENSES ISSUED * * * ** *** * * * * * *** * ** 320 PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 60.00 340 POOL TABLES - SEE AMUSEMENT MACHINES PORT -O- LETS - -SEE CHEMICAL TOILETS 400 PORTRAIT PAINTING, PORTRAITS, PAINTED, DRAWN OR SKETCHED WITH PENCIL, CHARCCWL, PASTELS OIL OR OTHER MATERIALS 30. 00122 1 1 1 P -16 440 POURING LICENSE. (SEE BEVERAGES) B-02 362 460 PRINT SHOP R -18 040 RADIOS, TELEVISIONS, REFRIGERATORS, REPAIR OF (NOT SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR) 080 RAZING, DEMOLISHING BUILDINGS, CONTRACTOR, (DOES NOT INCLUDE BUILDING, REBUILDING OR REPAIRING: MUST HAVE LIABILITY INS.) 120 REAL ESTATE AGENCY OR ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION WHOSE FUNCTION IS TO BUY SELL AND OR APPRAISE REAL PROPERTY FOR OTHERS FOR A REMUNERATION OR COMMISSION, THIS LICENSE SHALL INCLUDE THE PRIVILEGE OF RENTING LANDS, HOUSES, AND STORES, OR COLLECTING RENTS FOR A COMMISSION. OFFICE INSIDE CITY LIMITS. 140 REFRIGERATION: SALES, SERVICE, REPAIRS 160 RESTAURANT OR EATING ESTABLISHMENT MUST HAVE HEALTH DEPARTMENT PERMIT __� 00123 30. 33.00 55.20 45.00 55.20 90.00 200 RIDING DEVICES, SMALL MOTORIZED, EACH DEVICE 30. 201 RIDING DEVICES, MORE THAN 20 DEVICES, EACH 15. 202 RIDING DEVICES, CHILDREN'S INDOORS, ETC. EACH 15. SEE ALSO SECTION 9 -1 -18 220 RIDING DEVICES, SALE OF: MO PEDS, JET SKIES 25.20 240 RIFLE RANGE, SHOOTING GALLERY (SEE SEC. 9 -1 -16) 33:00 300 ROOFING CONTRACTOR 33.00 340 ROOMING HOUSE (SEE APARTMENTS, ETC.) A- 01/120 -8- S -19 020 SALE: DAMAGED OR SURPLUS MERCHANDISE $50.00 A DAY 040 SANDWICHES, WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION. (SEE FOOD PRODUCTS WHOLESALE 55.20 060 SANITATION SERVICE (GARBAGE PICKUP) 55.20 080 SCALES, VIBRATING MACHINES, COIN- OPERATOR, EACH 3.00 120 SEAFOOD, SALES OF, INCLUDING OYSTERS, FISH, ETC., SEE FOOD PRODUCTS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 80.40 160 SECURITY AND BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEMS, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE 40.80 180 SEPTIC TANKS, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE OF 55.20 200 SEWER AND DRAIN CLEANING (ROTO ROOTER) 55.20 240 SHEETROCK INSTALLATION, PLASTER, INSIDE WALL FINISHING OF ANY TYPE, INCLUDING CEILINGS 50.40 280 SHOES, OTHER FOOTWEAR, REPAIR OF 25. 320 SIDING BUSINESS 33.00 360 SIGN PAINTING 25.20 400 SIGNS AND OR BILLBOARDS AND OR BULLETINS, OTHER THAN ON OR IN FRONT OF THE ESTABLISHMENT ADVERTISED $1.00 PER LINEAL OR VERTICAL FOOT, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, MINIMUM 25.20 440 SKATING•RINK 55.20 480 SKEE -BALL, SIMILAR GAMES 30. 520 SODA FOUNTAIN (SEE FOOD PRODUCTS, RETAIL) 560 SOFT DRINKS: IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER BUSINESS 15. 561 SOFT DRINKS: SALE OR DELIVERY FROM TRUCK (INCLUDES BOTTLED PURIFIED WATER) 30. 600 SOUVENIR OR GIFT STAND 33. 640 SURFBOARDS: SALES 30. MANUFACTURE OF 90. 660 SURVEYOR 680 SWIMMING POOL CONTRACTOR -9- 1 60. 60. 1 1 5 -19 720 SWIMMING POOL CHLORINATOR /CLEANER 30. T -20 040 TAILOR SHOP, LAUNDRY, PRESSING CLUB 30. 080 TAXIDERMIST 30. 120 TAXICAB BUSINESS (SEE ALSO SEC. 9 -1 -18) 30. 160 TELEGRAPH COMPANY 25.20 200 TELEPHONE COMPANY FRANCHISE ( OR 3% OF LOCAL REVENUES) 550. 220 TENNIS COURT CONTRACTOR 60. 240 TILE, CERAMIC, ASPHALT, INLAID OR ANY OTHER FLOOR COVERING MATERIAL, LAYING OF 30. 260 TREE TRIMMING /SURGERY: 55.20 ANY PERSON OR FIRM ENGAGING IN TREE TRIMMING, CUTTING OR TREATMENT. 280 TOOLS AND OR SMALL APPLIANCES (IRONS, TOASTERS) RENTAL OF REPAIRS OF 300 T.V. -CABLE FRANCHISE - -3Z OF GROSS LESS FEES FOR PREMIUM TELEVISION PROGRAMMING PAID BY TCTV PORTION TO BE APPLIED TO LICENSE U -21 040 UNCLASSIFIED (SEE SEC. 9 -1 -17) 080 UPHOLSTERY SHOP -10- 30. 25.20 30.00 30. 00125 V -22 040 VARIETY STORE (HANDLING LESS ARTICLES THAN DEPARTMENT STORE) 110.40 041 VEGETABLES AND OR FRUIT, SALE OR DELIVERY FROM A TRUCK OR STAND 55.00 A DAY 080 VEHICLES: RENTAL, SERVICE AND REPAIRS 55.20 081 VEHICLES: SALE OF USED CARS 165. 100 . VEHICLES: LUBRICATION /GREASING, TIRE CHANGING/ REPAIRS, CAR WASH 25.20 120 VETERAN'S LICENSE - -MUST HAVE DISABILITY CERT. NO CHG. W -23 020 WALL FINISHING INSIDE - -SEE SHEETROCK S- 19/240 040 WASHATERIA OR LAUNDROMAT 33.00 060 WELLS- SURFACE WELL ONLY- DRILLER 55.20 080 WINE, RETAIL. (SEE BEVERAGES) B- 02/361 120 WRECKER AND TOWING SERVICE: FOR ANY PURPOSE 33.00 121 WRECKER AND TOWING SERVICE: IN CONJUNCTION WITH GARAGE, WITHIN CITY LIMIT 27.60 ADOPTED THIS 5th DAY OF April , 1984. • Ordinance #1984 -5 Not Codified 1st Reading: April 5, 1984 2nd Reading: April 5, 1984 Enacted: April 5, 1984 1 1 .,T \TF;n SF 1T'R FUT1D ANTICTPATFI) EXPENSES 2507 OFFICE SALARTES $ 24,648. 2508 WATER DEPT. LA?OR 54,000. 2509 WATER D'PT. JNGINEEP 1,944. 2510 SEWER DEPT. LA?OR 30,000. 2511 SEWER DEPT. ENGINEER 1,944. 2521 =OCIAL SECURITY 8,160. 2523 HOSPITALIZATION 4,680. 2524 PENSION FUND 708. 2525 MEMBERSHIP DUES 120. 2530 CONSULTANT ENGINEER 6,000. 2536 LEGAL /AUDIT 5,004. 2539 DEPRECIATION (Audit .recommend $123,000.) 2544 REPAIR /MAINTENANCE -WATER DEPT. 7,500. 2545 REPAIR/MAINTENANCE-PLANT & STATIONS 40,008. 2551 VEHICLE EXP.''NSE- LATER 6,000. 2552 VEHICLE EXPENSE- SEWER 5,004. 2555 INSURANCE 5,208. 2557 tqATER ALTERS & PART'' 9,000. 2559 OFFICE SUPPLY 5,004. 2563 OPERATT.NG SUPPLY- W?ATER 15,000. 2564 OPERATING SUPPLY--SET•TEP 7,008. 2568 TESTS— wATER DEPT. 48. 2570 TESTS- SETTER PLANT 1,008. 2574 TELEPHONE -WATER 1,500. 2575 TELEPI:IONE- SET'RF 504. 2531 ELECTRIC-WATER 15,000. 2582 ELECTRIC-SEWER 40,000. 2585 UNCOLLECTIBLE ACCOUNTS 300. 2588 T•IEATHER GEAR, FIRT'T AID, ETC. 300. 2589 SIGNS 24. 2590 LEGAL NOTICE 100. 2591 TRAINING PROGRA"! 252. 2592 ACCOUNTING PROGRA'R EXPENSE 600. Total line expense without nep'r CAPITAL OUTLAY STATION IMPROVEMENTS 2620 VEHICLE' ( One pickup)) 2621 EQUIPMENT (Scale, 'lower, Pager) 1972 SERIFS INTEREST - CITY /COUNTY CITY ($5,433. a month) (COUNTY TRANSFERS $60,000.) 3,742. 7,500. 2,676. 64,956. 60,000. Total on line, capital outlay, interest exp. 00127 $ 296,576. $ 13,918. $ 124,956. $ 435.450. 00128 WATER SFY1ER FUND ANTICIPATED INCOMES 2306 WATER CHARGES $ 120,000. 2307 SEWER CHARGES 230,000. 2308 STUBBING FEES ( on 18 additions) 7,200. 2309 TAPPING FEES ( on 18 additions) 3,150. 2310 PUBLIC RLDGS. WATER USE ( 1,000.00 a month) 12,000. 2311 EXTRA LINE INCOME (Delete this account) 2312 OTHER. INCOME 1,100. TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE $ 373,450. 2324 INTEREST EARNED - INVESTMENTS $ 2,000. 2325 C9ATHAP1 CO. ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION 60,000. TOTAL OTHER FINANCES S 62,000. TOTAL ANTICIPATED INCOMES $ 435,450. REVENUES 286 REAL ESTATE- DIGEST FIGURES 500,004. 287 SALES TAX REBATE 300,000. 289 PUBLIC UTILITY - ELECTRIC CO. 63,804. 290 PUBLIC UTILITY- TELEPHONE CO. 18,000. 292 BEVERAGE TAXES 65,004. 293 HOTEL AND MOTEL TAXES 49,008. 294 AUTOMOBILE TAG AD VAL. TAX 18,000. 295 INTANGIBLE RECORDING TAXES 9,804. 296 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX -GA. 6,000. 297 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX - DIGEST FIGURES 7,008. 298 INSURANCE PREMIUM TAXES 1,200. 307 BUSINESS LICENSES - DIGEST FIGURES 54,000. 308 BUILDING PERMITS 3,996. 309 TRUCK DECALS -ST. MAINTENANCE 4,500. 310 PARKING DECAL SALES 1,200. 311 BAR CARDS 60. 321 BEACH EROSION 60,000. 322 PARKS IMPROVEMENTS -0- 324 POPULATION & MILEAGE 14,004. 331 BEACH MAINTENANCE -0- 332 LIBRARY REIMBURSEMENT -0- 343 POLICE COURT FINES 38,004. 344 POLICE COURT CASH BONDS 42,000. 345 PARKING VIOLATIONS 51,996. 351 PARKING METER COLLECTIONS 99,000. 352 NORTH BEACH LOT 20,004. 353 SOUTH BEACH LOT 24,000. 354 FIRE SUBSCRIPTIONS 1,200. 361 ACCIDENT REPORTS 120. 362 REVOCATION DRIVERS LICENSE 120. 382 BASKETBALL (NEW CARD) 1,000. 371 INTEREST EARNED ON INVESTMENTS 15,000. 372 PEN. /INT.- DELINQUENT TAXES 8,400. 373 COMMISSIONS- STANDS /SHOPS 1,200. 374 CABLE T.V. FRANCHISE 3,204. 375 TELEPHONE COMMISSIONS 600. 383 UMPIRE JERSEY DONATIONS 384 SOFT BALL (NEW CARD) 2,200. 385 LITTLE LEAGUE /T.BALL (CHG HEADER) 700. 386 SOCCER (NEW CARD) 125. 387 REZONE FEES 504. 388 COPIES 504. 390 SALE OF CITY EQUIP. /VEHICLES 120. 391 OTHER REVENUES 2,004. GENERAL FUND PAGE 1 0U129 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES $ 1,487,597.00 00130 PAGE 2 EXPENSES GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 402 MAYOR & COUNCIL FEES $ 4,200. 403 SALARIES 72,804. 404 CODI.FICATION 1,500. 405 ELECTION -0 406 INSURANCE 14,004. 407 LEGAL /AUDIT /LEGAL NOTICES 10,008. 408 OFFICE SUPPLIES, COPIER 17,000. 409 VEHICLE EXPENSE -CITY MARSHALL 5,004. 410 TELEPHONE 3,204. 411 ELECTRIC 7,200. 412 HEAT 2,400. 413 TRAINING PROGRAMS 1,008. 414 TRAVEL: COUNCIL, CLERK, COMMITTEES 6,000. 415 ENTERTAINMENT - OFFICIALS 2,400. 416 ZONING 1,404. 417 SURVEYS /DESIGN /ENG. SERVICES 5,004. 418 PLANNING COMMISSION 1,500. 419 HOUSING INSPECTION - COUNTY 1,404. 420 ANIMAL CONTROL 720. 421 DUES - CHATHAM /GA. MUNICIPAL ASSOC. 720. 422 INSPECTOR'S FEE'S 3,600. 423 CHRISTMAS EXPENSE 4,608. 424 PEST CONTROL 144. 425 OFFICE EQUIP. - MAINT. & REPAIRS 6,504. 426 OTHER EXPENSES & CLEAN CITY OFFICES 5,604. $ 177,944. TOTAL OPERATING GEN'L GOV'T CAPITAL OUTLAY 429 OFFICE EQUIPMENT $ 1,200. 430 FURNITURE 504. 431 BEACH EROSION PROJECT 60,000. 432 CITY HALL IMPROVEMENTS 1,500. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY GEN'L GOV'T $ 63,204. TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENSES $ 241,148.00 1 See attached explanation sheet. EXPENSES POLICE DEPARTMENT PAGE 3 504 SALARIES $ 290,000. 505 COURT RECORDER 5,000. 506 CLEAN UNIFORM /PEACE OFFICER BENEFIT 2,500. 507 POLICE UNIFORMS & I. D. EQUIP1ENT 5,500. 508 INSURANCE 8,000. 509 INVESTIGATIVE EXPENSE 2,800. 510 JAIL EXPENSE 10,000. 511 OFFICE /COURT RECORDER - SUPPLIES 4,600. 512 VEHICLE °LAINTENANCE & REPAIP 26,000. 513 TELEPHONE 9,400. 514 ELECTRIC 8,000. 515 RADIO /RADAR SYSTErl 7,600. 516 TRAINING PROGRAMS 3,600. 517 TRAVEL 1,600. 518 DRUG ABUSE PROGRA.m 700. 519 FIRST AID SUPPLIES 500. 520 SIGNS: POLICE & sCHOOI, 600. 521 INTOXITIETER SUPPLIES 300. 522 OT'IER EXPENSES 7,600. TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES CAPITAL OUTLAY $394,300. 528 FQUIPIENT $ 5,000. 529 VEHICLES 20,000. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 25,000. TOTAL OPERATING & CAPITAL EXPENSE POLICE•, $419,300. 1 00132. EXPLANATION OF BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS FOR THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT 504 SALARIES 224,000.00 46,000.00 2 MONTHS 270,000. 00 } %RAISE + PROMOTION 505 NO PROBLEM 1 506 SLIGHT INCREASE -MAY HAVE TO HIRE MAID ON WEEKEND IN REST ROOMS - -<-A 700-7 o P.0" Pv2.411 "Ad: 507 WE NOW PAY OFFICERS $14.00 PER MONTH DRY CLEANING INSTEAD OF $7.00 PER MONTH i4°`/120 5O4 508 $6,676.00+ $1,092.00 UNSPENT = $7,768.00 - SO $8,000.00 509 UNSPENT $1,464.52 - WE EXPECT TO DOUBLE THIS BECAUSE OF MANY DRUG RELATED PROBLEMS 510 THIS IS REDUCED BECAUSE WE PLAN TO TURN PRISONERS OVER TO THE STATE SOONER 511 PRINTING COSTS ARE UP - NOW ALMOST $4,200.00 512 MOST CARS ARE OLDER WILL NEED MORE REPAIRS 513 WE ADDED APPROXIMATELY $1,800.00 BECAUSE OF NEW RATES AND RENTAL BY SOUTHERN BELL - AT&T 514 WITH SOME CONSERVATION WE CAN GET BY WITH THIS AMOUNT 515 WE NEED TO PURCHASE TWO RADAR UNITS 516 WE WILL BE MAKING SOME CHANGES IN OUR FORCE- THUS THE NEED FOR TRAINING 517 WE WILL HOLD THIS DOWN - EXAMPLE, NO MORE GOING TO AUGUSTA TO PICK UP A PRISONER AND SPENDING THE NIGHT 518 WE NEED TO DO MORE IN OUR SCHOOLS ON DRUG ABUSE 519 EVERY OTHER YEAR WE BUY HEAVY - THIS IS THE YEAR 520 ALL SCHOOL SIGNS NEED REPAINTING AND SOME ADDITIONAL CAUTION LIGHTS 521 WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY - WHICH SHOULD LAST UNTIL THE END OF JUNE 1 EXPENSES PARKING METER DEPARTMENT 602 SALARIES 604 INSURANCE 605 OFFICE SUPPLIES 606 OPERATING SUPPLIES 607 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 608 METER MAINTENANCE 609 TELEPHONE 610 ELECTRIC 611 OTHER EXPENSE TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES C0133 PAGE 4 $ 40,000. 175. 3,600. 75. 3,200. 2,400. 300. 800. 50. $ 50,600. CAPITAL OUTLAY 617 METERS $ 1,000. 618 EQUIPMF_NT 500. 619 VEHICLES (3 bikes) 600. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 2,100. TOTAL OPERATING & CAPITAL OUTLAY PARKING METER $ 52,700. 1 EXPENSES FIRE DEPARTMENT 702 SALARIES 704 UNIFORMS &' MAINTENANCE 705 INSURANCE 706 VEF!ICLE- MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS 707 MAINTENANCE & OPERATING 708 TELEPHONE 709 ELECTRIC 710 HEAT 711 TRAVEL 712 DUES 713 PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS 714 RADIO CONTACT EQUIPMENT REPAIR 715 OTHER EXPENSE TOTAL OPERATING FXPFNSE CAPITAL OUTLAY 722 NEW STATION RESERVE 723 EQUIPMENT 724 VEHICLE RESERVE FOR REPLACEMENT TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 9,888. 2,508. 2,508. 3,504. 1,200. 1,500. 1,200. 600. 1,200. 4,008. 264. 1,008. 5,004. 25,250. 9,000. 10,000. 00134 PAGE 5 $ 34,392. $ 44,250. TOTAL ANTTCIPATED EXPENSE FIRE DEPT. $ 78,642. SALARIES INCREASED DUE. TO BURKE' S SALARY. 1 C0135 PAGE 6 EXPENSES FIRST RESPONDER 802 SUPPLIES $ 900. 803 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 900. 805 TRAINING 600. 806 COMMUNICATIONS 1,500. 807 INSURANCE 1,500. 808 HEAD RESPONDER FEE 600. 809 OTHER EXPENSE 600. TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE $ 6,600. 1 1 PAGE 7 EXPENSES PUBLIC WORKS 00136 904 SALARIES /WAGES $150,000. 906 ENGINEER /CONSULTANT FEES 6,000. 908 INSURANCE 8,004. 909 OFFICE SUPPLIES 300. 910 OPERATING SUPPLIES 3,300. 911 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 6 REPAIRS 36,000. 912 CITY BUILDING MAINTENANCE 2,004. 913 REST ROOM- MAINTENANCE (ALL R.R.) 3,408. 914 SHOP EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 120. 915 SIGNS - VARIOUS 4,008. 916 TELEPHONE 1,104. 917 ELECTRIC 3,000. 918 HEAT -0 919 STREET LIGHTS 35,004. 920 STREET MAINTENANCE 4,008. 922 BEACH RAIL /BENCHES /STEPS REPAIRS 504. 923 LAWN MOWER REPAIRS 504. 924 OTHER EXPENSES 3,000. TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE D.P.W. $ 257,268.1 931 VEHICLES (OVERHAUL LOADERS & TRACTORS) 932 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT & MOWERS 933 PAVING LOTS /STREETS 934 BUILDINGS TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY D.P.W. 14,604. 43,000. 10,008. -0- TOTAL OPERATING & CAP.OUTLAY D.P.W. $ 70,612. $ 327,880. EXPENSES SANITATION DEPARTMENT 00137 PAGE 8 1002 SALARIES, WAGES $ 102,000.- 1004 INSURANCE 7,008. 1005 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS 9,000. 1007 TRANSFER STATION ELECTRIC 300. 1008 TRANSFER STATION REPAIRS 504. 1009 TRANSPORT & DUMP FEES 21,984. 1011 OTHER EXPENSES 1,008. TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE 1018 VEHICLES 1019 EQUIPMENT TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY EXPENSE $ $ 141,804.00 -0- -0- $ -0- TOTAL SANITATION DEPT. EXPENSES $ 141,804.00 1 EXPENSES RECREATION DEPARTMENT 1202 SALARIES /WAGES 1204 INSURANCE 1205 1206 LEISURE SERVICES 1207 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 1208 RECREATION PHONE 1209 ELEC. PARKING MTRL /CERAMICS 1210 SOFTBALL (CHANGE HEADER) 1211 T. BALL /LITTLE LEAGUE (CHG. HEADER) 1212 SWIMMING (CHG. HEADER) 1213 SEMINARS /G.R.P.S. 1214 SUMMER SPORT CAMP 1215 OTHER EXPENSE 1216 VOLLY BALL (NEW CARD) 1217 FOOTBALL (NEW CARD) 1218 BASKETBALL (NEW CARD) 1219 SOCCER (NEW CARD) TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE CAPITAL OUTLAY 1222 BUILDINGS 1223 EQUIPMENT TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 00138 PAGE 9 $ 15,000. 380. 1,500. 600. 600. 600. 3,700. 3,200. 1,000. 1,100. 1,780. 292. 200. 500. 2,500. 2,125. $ 5,000. 500. $ 35,077. $ 5,500. TOTAL OPERATING & CAPITAL OUTLAY EXP. $ 40,577. 1 EXPENSES LIFEGUARD DEPARTMENT 1302 SALARIES 1304 FIRST AID SUPPLIES 1305 UNIFORMS /OPER. EQUIP. TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE CAPITAL OUTLAY 1311 EQUIPMENT PAGE 10 $ 21,000. 700. 400. $ 1,000. ©0139 $ 22,100. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 1,000. TOTAL OPER. & CAP. OUT. LIFEGDS $ 23,100 PARKS /RECREATION BLDGS. (COMM. HOUSE & OLD J.C.) 1402 SALARIES /WAGES (MAID) $ 500. 1404 ELECTRIC 3,300. 1405 HEAT 150. 1406 OTHER EXPENSES 500. TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE $ 4,450. CAPITAL OUTLAY 1413 BUILDINGS $ 2,700. 1414 EQUIPMENT -0- TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 2,700. TOTAL OPERATING & CAP. OUT. BLDGS LIBRARY 1502 SALARIES $ 6,000. 1504 SUPPLIES 50. 1505 OTHER EXPENSE -0- TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE CAPITAL OUTLAY 1513 RENOVATIONS & EQUIPMENT $ 750. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL OPERATING & CAP. OUT. LIBRARY $ 6,050. $ 750. $ 7,15C $ 6,80( 1 EXPENSES SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS 1602 MARINE RESCUE SQUADRON 1603 CHAMBER COMMERCE /TOURISM 1604 TYBEE NEWS 1605 OTHER EXPENSES TOTAL SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS OTHER EXPENSES 1615 WATER SEWER FOR PUBLIC BLDGS. 1616 LIFE INSURANCE 1617 HOSPITALIZATION 1618 SOCIAL SECURITY 1619 ADM. COST OF SOCIAL SEC: REPORTS 1620 UNEMPLOYMENT REIMBURSEABLE 1621 PENSION FUND TOTAL OTHER EXPENSE CONTINGENCIES PAGE 11 $ 1,800. 7,000. 1,200. -0- $ 12,000. 4,008. 27,000. 48,720. 108. 1,500. 2,676. 00140 $ 10,000. $ 96,012. 1628 CONTINGENCIES ( FOR THE UNEXPECTED) $ 35,884. TOTAL ALL DEPARTMENT EXPENSES IN GENERAL FUND $ 1,487,597.