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19850509CCMeetingC0144 Tybee Island, Georgia May 9, 1985 A regular meeting of the Tybee Island City Council was held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 9, 1985 at Tybee City Hall. Mayor Charles J. Hosti presided and the following members of Council were present: Paul Jackson, Jeanne Hutton, John Wylly, S.J. Orsini, Earl Marlin and Chris Solomon. The City Attorney, Thomas J. Mahoney, Jr., was also present. Mayor Hosti welcomed the audience and asked if anyone present wished to speak. Mr. Earl Anderson, Chamber of Commerce President, spoke first. He asked permission to use the strand area between the Public Safety Building and Sixthenth Street for a Dixieland Band for four performances - June 29th, July 20th, August 3rd and August 17th. He said the group is not a rock group, but plays old- fashioned Dixieland Band music and is a spin -off from the Savannah Symphony, funded by a grant. Performances would be from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Councilmember Hutton questioned whether this would mean the closing of the parking lot; it was answered that a little parking would be lost from the metered area south of the Public Safety Building. Mr. Anderson also asked the city to help fund the annual 4th of July fireworks display. The cost is $2500.00 and the Chamber asks additional funding of $1250.00 from the city, above the budget request amount of $7000.00. Safety was discussed; the Fire Department would supervise and the permit would be obtained from the Probate Judge. Mr. Anderson also spoke of the Chamber's work, saying that local members are answering approximately 200 inquiries per month with mail -outs and that the Greater Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce has sent out approximately 7000 Tybee brochures in the past six months. The next visitor was Fred Lucree, Vice President of Island Villa Developers. He appeared to ask another 30 -day extension on a variance request, saying that the certifications already submitted, and the one remaining question, can probably be resolved, but that the persons in charge could not be in town for this meeting and lacked time to provide the final certification demanded by the city. Mayor Hosti stated that the matter will be brought up during the business portion of the meeting. Mr. John Ludlow appeared to represent the Sertoma Club of Savannah, saying that the club would like permission to raise funds by selling hot dogs, sandwiches, hamburgers, snacks, soft drinks such as cokes and pepsis, etc. dnd; 1 1 1 00115 Tybee Island City Council May 9, 1985 Page Two possibly beer on Memorial Day. He has the central pavillion in the park reserved and the money raised will go to the Speech and Hearing Clinic which is the primary charity supported by the non - profit club. Mr. Joe Coker was also introduced and mentioned that at least two past presidents of the club were on hand. It was noted that the city would not be in- volved in any permit for beer - the one -day special permit for non - profit organizations or specific events is a state permit. Mrs. Alice Martin spoke concerning the recent clearing of many lots along Miller Avenue. She noted that the large tract has not been cleared, although many smaller property owners had been made to clear single lots. Mayor Hosti stated that, since the property is a tract of land, total clearing will not be demanded by the city; the owner will be made to clear 125 feet back from the street, and this will be done right away. The meeting was opened for business legally presented and the first business was approval of the minutes of April llth. These were approved upon motion of Councilmember Orsini, and the vote was unanimously in favor. Bills for the month of April, 1985 were approved as follows: Water /Sewer: $11,930.16, Public Works /Sanitation: 20,498.90, Finance/ General Government: $2,535.01, Recreation: $1,165.92, Fire Department: $1,816.04 and Police /Parking Meters: $10,392.89. A letter from Chairman Jeff Dukes of the Tybee Island Planning Commission was read. He informed the City Council of three recommendations regarding zoning that were made by the commission at their monthly meeting on May 6th. Mayor Hosti explained that the first two items, concerning rezoning petitions, will be on the agenda for the City Council's June meeting. The third recommendation is that an administrative error from 1977, resulting in an unintended deletion from the Code Book, be corrected by Council action. Councilmember Orsini moved that this correction be made and Councilmember Solomon seconded the motion for the sake of discussion. He asked if this action is the same as a rezoning and, if not, is the R -1B Zoning (6600 square feet per buildable lot) legally repealed. He was answered by the City Attorney who said that a clerical error can be 1 00146 Tybee Island City Council May 9, 1985 Page Three corrected provided there was no intention to remove a portion of an ordinance from the Code and provided investigation proves that the original action was legitimately done (public notice, public hearing) and that investigation has, in this instance, shown that structures have been built on lots of 6600 square feet. Councilmember Solomon stated that he owns lots of a different size from those of 6600 square feet and wondered if this size reflects the best interests of the property owners. Mayor Hosti answered by saying that the action before Council is the correction of an administrative error, not a re- zoning and that any action other than correction of the oversight would require a public hearing, adding that anyone who wishes may ask the Planning Commission to look again at the required lot sizes for the area. The City Attorney agreed that any action other than that recommended by the Planning Commission for correction of a documented error would require public notice and a public hearing. Councilmember Marlin said that the R -1 zoning seems to have given trouble and that there is very little conforming property in the district. He suggested that the error be corrected and then the whole question of R -1 and R -1B zoning be sent back to the Planning. Commission for a public hearing. Councilmember Hutton stated that first Council would need to make clear who is petitioning and that she believes the error causing hardship should be taken care of immediately, but action on rezoning should await petitioning by the people. A vote on Recommendation #3 of the Planning Commission's 5/6/85 communication was taken and the recommendation passed unanimously. This reinstates the zone known as R -lb allowing single family residences on lots of 6600 square feet, which was passed by the City Council on July 20, 1977. Councilmember Solomon then moved that City Council ask the Planning Commission to conduct a public hearing for the purpose of seeing if the citizens prefer R -1 or R -2 zoning for the residential areas now zoned R -1 and R -lb. Councilmember Marlin seconded. During discussion Councilmember Hutton stated that the Master Plan, including results obtained from the questionnaire sent out to all islanders and property owners, is nearing completion and that she believes not waiting on the recommendation would 1 1 00147 Tybee Island City Council May 9, 1985 Page Four be jumping the gun and acting before hearing what the Master Plan Group has to say. Mayor Hosti stated that he hopes the Master Plan will be in their hands soon but it must then be reviewed by Planning Commission and City Council and then public hearing(s). This could take many months. Councilmember Solomon requested that the question be called and the vote was five (5) to one (1) in favor of requesting the Planning Commission to conduct a public hearing on the subject of all R -1 areas becoming R -2. Councilmember Hutton cast the dissenting vote. Mayor Hosti then announced several recent appointments, asking that City Council ratify them: (1) CUTS Advisory Board - John Powers and Bill McNeal - one year terms (2)- Zoning Board of Appeals - Charles T. Kirk - Term ending 12/31/87 (3) Adjustments & Appeals Board - Tom Hollingsworth - Term ending 12/31/88 - John Lewis - Term ending 12/31/88 The appointments were all unanimously accepted by the City Council. The next agenda item was business licensing and Councilmember Orsini moved that a transfer of liquor licensing for Nickie's Lounge from Culletin to Carl Dean Morrison be granted, Councilmember Jackson seconded and the vote was unanimously in favor. An ordinance to change section 9 -1 -17 of the Code of Ordinances was read. Councilmember Wylly moved acceptance, Councilmember Marlin seconded and the motion passed unanimously. A second reading of the same ordinance followed and Councilmember Jackson moved, with Councilmember Orsini's second that the ordinance be adopted. The vote was unanimously in favor and the ordinance is attached to, and becomes a part of, these minutes. Councilmember Orsini then returned to the business license applications, introducing the fortune telling category and stating that a police investigation had shown no reason to deny the license. He then announced that he will abstain from voting on the issue because of personal beliefs.. Councilmember Hutton moved that the license be granted and that the category be added to the schedule of licenses at a cost of $700.00. 1 00148 Tybee Island City Council May 9, 1985 Page Five During discussion it was mentioned that this activity can cause problems at times just a liquor licensing can and that this is why the amount �f $700.00 is considered fair. Mr. George Chandler, attorney for the applicant, objected, saying that Savannah sells this license for $300.00. Mayor Hosti stated that the city has checked several nearby cities and that $700.00 is not the highest fee in the county. Mr. Chandler countered by saying that he believes the fee to be excessive, illegally restricting his client. The vote was taken and the fortune telling license was set for $700.00 by a vote of five (5) to zero (0) with Councilmember Orsini abstaining. The license fee for Kingsberry Homes was set at the same amount as a realty license by motion of Councilmember Wylly, seconded by Council- member Solomon and unanimously adopted. The business license for "Spray 'n Tan ", Mr. Mike Sharpe, was explained as a new concept. Council discussed the matter at length with the prospective businessman and concluded that judgement on this license would be reserved until the applicant could find a location for his business, and answer questions as to its safety and noise pollution aspects. The applicant had originally wanted to operate from the beach itself but the Council indicated that this would not be approved. Councilmember Solomon suggested that the business be licensed under "Beach Equipment Rental" which has a fee set by the schedule of business licenses and requires both insurance and a lifeguard to be supplied by the business owner, and that a single site be chosen for a test period. Councilmember Marlin seconded this motion and the vote was tied at three (3) to three (3) with Council - members Jackson, Hutton and Orsini casting the negative votes. Mayor Hosti broke the tie with a "no" vote, and no license was granted, although Mr. Sharpe was invited to come back if he found a suitable location from which to work. It was noted that Ultra Light Craft licenses for school and a sign painted on a building advertising "Ultra Light Rides" was on the agenda but is being postponed at the request of Mr. Doug Boyle, the applicant. 1 1 00149 Tybee Island City Council May 9, 1985 Page Six It was announced that the FAA and DNR Coastal Protection have been contacted regarding the ultra light craft and that no license will be issued by the city until Mayor Hosti can meet with these two agencies. Mayor Hosti announced an upcoming meeting sponsored by the National Weather Service and having to do with hurricanes and emergency evacuation procedures. The meeting will be held at City Hall on May 14th and the public is urged to come. Mayor Hosti announced that the hazards along the beach, after more than two years of effort, may soon be removed. The Corps of Engineers may be able to arrange to have the work done as part of training exercises at no cost to the city. Councilmember Solomon then moved that the Tybrisa sales office at #1 Fifteenth Street, be allowed to remain for another 30 days, while the owner's attempts to come into compliance or to seek another variance continue. Councilmember Marlin seconded. Councilmember Hutton stated that if extended the final action should be based on the judgement of the Building Inspector and Council should be advised by him in writing as to the opinion he holds about compliance. Councilmember Solomon seconded the amendment offered by Councilmember Hutton and the vote was unanimously in favor. Vote on the main motion, a 30 -day extension, was the same. Councilmember Orsini moved that the Sertoma Club be allowed to hoed a fund- raiser in the Memorial Park on May 27th, adding that the central pavilion has already been reserved. Councilmember Solomon seconded and the motion passed without dissent. Again it was noted that the city is not the agency to handle one -day beer sales permits since this is a state action. Councilmember Hutton moved that the Chamber of Commerce be allowed to use the Strand south of the Public Safety Building for Dixieland bands on the dates requested; Councilmember Solomon seconded and the motion passed unanimously. Councilmember Solomon moved to grant a special appropriation of $1250.00 for fireworks, in addition to the $7,000.00 appropriated by the city for the Chamber of Commerce this fiscal year. Councilmember Wylly seconded and the vote was unanimously in favor. Mayor Hosti said that the Council is willing to approve activities that will help the merchants but that he is 1 1 1 00150 Tybee Island City Council May 9, 1985 Page Seven concerned about safety. The Chamber will ask the local volunteer fire department to handle the exhibition again this year; the department was praised for its excellent handling of past fireworks displays. Councilmember Hutton explained that last month a petition for paving of Seventh Avenue had been received by the city. She stated that the Public Works committee had met and recommend that the city adopt the plan used by Savannah. The Savannah plan requires that each citizen pay $7.00 per linear foot of frontage property for paving that is done due to petition of property owners. She added that the city would like to pave all dirt streets because it would eliminate a lot of problems with sand, grading, and maintenance of the streets, but that this is not financially feasible at present. She noted that Public Works has a priority list for paving based on the needs of the city- how hard the street is to maintain and similar criteria, and that the paving done in future will have to be done after considering many factors, including the citizens' needs and the city's. She then moved that the Savannah Plan for Paving Petition be adopted as policy for the city, not to be codified, but just to be a formal administrative policy; Councilmember Orsini seconded and the vote was five (5) to one (1) in favor of adoption; Councilmember Solomon cast the dissenting vote. A letter to the petitioners on Seventh Avenue will be prepared in answer to their request. A certification of streets requested by the Georgia DOT was next explained. Councilmember Hutton stated that these are streets that were county- maintained before annexation and that the city has already been maintaining them this past two years; she therefore moved that the city accept them as city streets; Councilmember Solomon seconded and the vote was unanimously in favor. Council then heard reports from the Building Inspections Department. Councilmember Wylly presented the budget for FY85/86 saying that each member of Council has been involved in the budget process in his or her department and highlighting items of especial importance. He noted that any citizen may examine the budget by coming to City Hall during normal office hours; he said that the city has a balanced budget with somewhat less in the contingency fund than last year; the Water /Sewer Fund is 1 1 0151 Tybee Island, Georgia May 9, 1985 Page Eight' balanced and showing a depreciation, allowance. He then moved that the budget be adopted as presented; Councilmember Solomon seconded and the vote was unanimously in favor. Committee Reports: (1) Fire Station - Councilmember Marlin and others viewed the site and talked with a representative of a company manufacturing buildings and are considering the feasibility of placing a 60' x 60' building next to, the present fire station. Later the old building may be renovated or razed. (2) Fishing Pier - Councilmember Solomon was asked by Mayor Hosti to get cost estimates so as to have them ready for a November referendum. (3) Sanitation - Councilmember Hutton reported that Pepsi cola has supplied 150 barrels again this year to be used on the beach as litter barrels. She reminded the citizens that these cans are not intended for business or residential use - they're too large and heavy for trash other than paper cups, cans, etc. Some of the cans have been placed along the streets to be used by passers -by for discarding paper litter and are not on private property. (4) Mayor Hosti reported that the riprap is completed on the south end of the island and that he hopes this first step suggested by the Scientific Task Force will be followed by the building of the south groin, elevation of the north groin and renourishment of the beach. The meeting was adjourned. CLERK OF COUNCIL 1 1 1 Ordinance # / / ez- I AN ORDINANCE AMENDING A SECTION OF THE TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES BY DELETING A PARAGRAPH KNOWN AS SECTION 9 -1 -17 License fee for unspecified businesses. BE IT ORDAINED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL IN OPEN MEETING ASSEMBLED, THAT THE ABOVE SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BE DELETED IN ITS ENTIRETY, AND THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPH, TO BE ENTITLED THE SAME, INSERTED IN ITS STEAD: "In the event any business or calling not specifically mentioned in the City's schedule of license taxes shall be established by the City, the Mayor and Council reserves the right to establish a license fee for same by majority vote, which fee is to be of equal dignity as the license specifically mentioned in the City's schedule of license taxes; provided, however, that any license shall not be more than the sum of $ /SDO'DD ADOPTED THIS 91.41 DAY OF- CA MAY L 1st Reading: JS•- %• es- 2nd Reading: S o9 gc Adopted: S' L 9$' 04)152 1 1 1 00153 Ordinance # 1985 -6 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE OF THE CODE OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA, TO BE ENTITLED RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS, R 1 B, SECTION 8 -4 -31, ARTICLE C, DISTRICT REGULATIONS, TITLE 8,— PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT. BE IT ORDAINED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL IN OPEN MEETING ASSEMBLED, THAT THE ABOVE SECTION OF THE TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES, I.E., SECTION 8 -4 -31, PARAGRAPH (a) BE AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS: 8 -4 -31 (a) R -1 residence district. In an R -1 residence district, land may be used and buildings or structures may be erected or'used for the following: 1) Single - family dwellings. 2) Accessory buildings. 3) Primary and secondary schools. 4) Nursing homes and ancillary activities. 5) Public parks and neighborhood playgrounds, but not amusement parks. 6) Churches, including Sunday Schools or educational buildings. 7) Schools of general education, including kindergarten and day nurseries. 8) Public community buildings, libraries, recreation centers and museums. 9) Public utility structures. 10) Subparagraph, added: (May be renumbered to accommodate) R -1 -b residence district. In an R -1 residence district, land may be used and buildings or structures may be erected or used for the purposes stated above; the only distinguishing factor being one of density [see Section 8- 4 -31(k) Schedule of residential district dimen- sional requirements.] ADOPTED IN OPEN COUNCIL ON May 9, 1985 TO CORRECT A CLERICAL OVERSIGHT IN CODIFICATION. ORIGINAL ACTION TAKEN IN JUNE, 1977 WAS A TEXT AMENDMENT THAT WAS NEVER INCLUDED FOR CODIFICATION. CLERK OF COU 1 00154 Ordinance # 1985 -7 Adopted 5/9/85 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE OF THE CODE OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA, SECTION 8- 4- 31(k), SCHEDULE OF RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT DIMENSIONAL REQUIREMENTS. BE IT ORDAINED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED, BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL IN OPEN MEETING ASSEMBLED, THAT SECTION 8- 4 -31(k) SCHEDULE OF RESIDENTIAL DIMENSIONAL REQUIREMENTS IS HEREBY DELETED IN ITS ENTIRETY AND A NEW PARAGRAPH, TO BE ENTITLED THE SAME, INSERTED IN ITS STEAD, AS FOLLOWS: (k) Schedule of Residential District Dimensional Requirements. One- Family Two - Family Zone Lot Area Lot Area R -1 12,000 sq ft 0 R -lb 6,600 sq ft 0 R -2 4,500 sq ft 6,750 sq ft R -T 7,000 sq ft 8,000 sq ft Multifamily Minimum Yard Requirements Lot Area Front Rear Each Side 0 0 0 20 ft 20 ft 20 ft Add for each Additional Unit Over 2: Efficiency Unit: 1,500 sq ft 1 Br Unit: 2,000 sq ft 2 Br Unit: 2,500 sq ft 3 Br Unit: 3,000 sq ft 20 ft 20 ft 10 ft- 00154 t 10 ft 10 ft 10 ft Footnotes remain exactly as codified. CLERK IF COUNCIL MAYOR 7a64-441 �5�d985 General Fund 1985 - - -- 1986 20 0. 200. ;Mob a' lI a Tax Settl ment -Go. 300.' I Pub I7tjlity- Electrj'c ; Co. 59,;004 Pub1 Utility- Telephone Co. 17,1.00. Beverage -Taxes I 15,004. Botel &°Motel Taxes ='60 0-00; Automobile .Tag Ad Val "T'ax 1.8,000. Intangible Recording Taxes *10,200. Real Estate Transfer Tax -Ga. ?-4,980. Personal Property Tax - Digest 8,040. Insurance Premium Taxes 20,004, 1 1 Total Taxes LICENSES & PERMITS: Business Licenses Building Permits Truck Decals- Street Maint. Parking Decal Sales Bar Cards Total Licenses & Permits REVENUE - GOVERNMENTAL UNITS: Beach Erosion - State Population & Mileage - State 39,000. 5,400. 4,500. 1,500. 210•. -0- 13,884. Beach Maintenance- County -0- Library Reimbursement- County 6,000. Toi.al Revenue - Gov't. Units -1- $ 50,610. 19, 884. CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND - Anticipated Income 5/O1/85 -- 4/30/86` 1 3ne�s 'olive: Court. Cash Blonds arking V.ioiat on8fDept. Recp '.arking P at on -Mall Parking Meter. Collections North Beach Lot South Beach .Lot Fire Subscriptions OTHER FEES: Accident Reports Revocation.Drivers License Total Fines, Forfeits, Fees COMMISSIONS, PENALTY /INTEREST: Interest Earned on Investments Pen. /Int.- Delinquent Taxes Commissions - Stands /Shops Cable T.V. Franchise Telephone Commissions 96,000. 15,600 21,600.- ';3; 9 72.. 120. 120. 36,000. 8,664. 600. 3,240. 360. 235,512. Total Commissions /Pen. & Int. $ 48,864. -2- CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Income 5/01`/85 -- .4/30/86 IrEtPtS: 1 Ball -' Peen . :; 1;32 r' Spo.rt•. Camp ;S 1, 044:. tba1.0ees- 60. e/Jersers . Donations' 600: Sof tbaall Fees 216. Little League /T. Ball Fees 372.. Tennis -. 504•. Rezone, Fees, Code /Zoning Books 936. Copies 1,200. Trash Pickup 204. Sale of Equipment /Vehicles 360. Miscellaneous 4,020. Discount's Taken 108. Sign Permit Fees 48. Total Other Revenues $.. 9,804. TOTAL OF ALL ANTICIPATED INCOME $1,481,7064.• -3- .ties -O mp'uter:'?` Sery ;odifjcation'. Ine'tance `Legal /audit /Legal Notices Office .Supplie's & Cop er Vehicle'Exp,ense- Marshall Telephone 'Electric Heat - Training Programs Travel: Council,Clk.,Committees Entertainment- Officials Zoning /Code or Zoning Booklets Surveys /Design /Eng. Services Planning Commission Housing Inspection- County Animal Control Dues - Chatham /Ga. /Municipal Asso., Inspector's Fees - Bldg /Elec /Plumb. Christmas Expense Pest Control Office Equip. - Maint. /Repairs Other Expenses , ,98:( 1,500. 5,004. 18,000. 22,200. 3,864. 3,240. 7,932. 2,400. 600. 4,200. 2,400. 3,000. 2,400. 3,600. 1,404. 360. 708. 3,600. 4,560. 156. 3,600. 3,600. Total Operating Expense' $ 201,516. Capital Outlay: Office Equipment 6,000. City Hall Improvements 3.504. Total Capital Outlay Genii Gov't. 9,504. Total General Government Expense $ 211,020. `CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Expense 5/01/85 -= 4/30/86 lar'er7 r� J $ 290,004. quttReaorde 2004. : ce; C1ea .O.Bene£it 3,204. niforias/Accegaaries `.. 8, 004. 'aeuraace ` rr 11,004. . Tnvest4gativa,Expense 2,700. Jail Expense 13,008. Office /CourtcRecorder- Supplies 6,504. Vehicle Maintenance & Repairs 20,004. Telephone 9,000. Electric 8,004. Radio /Radar System 7,500. Training Programs 3,600. Travel 1,500. Drug Abuse Program 600. First Air Supplies 204. Signs: Police & School 1,008. Intoximeter Supplies 300. Other Expenses 6,000. Total Operating Expense $ 395,052. Capital Outlay: Equipment Vehicles (2) 5,016. 21,504. Total Capital Outlay Police Dept. Total Police Dept. Expense 26,520. $ 421,572,. CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated. Expense PARKING METER DEPARTMEN ►alarie,. Insurance <0ice Supplies :Operating Supplies Vehicle Maintenance`: Meter Maintenance Telephone' Electric Other Expense 1 1 004. 360. 2,;004. 1, 200. 2,400. 1,608. 300. 1,008. 600. Total Park. Mtr.. Operating Exp. Capital Outlay: Meters Equipment Vehicles (Van) Total Cap. Outlay Park. Mtr. 9,000. 504. 14,004. $ 53 484. 23,508. Total Parking Mtr. Dept. Exp. $ 76,992. 1 FIRE DEPARTMENT: Salaries r, $ 9, 516. Uniforms & Maintenance: a f 1,500. Iniurance 2,400. Vehicle Maintenance & Repair 3,504. Maintenance & Operating Supplies 1,200. Telephone 1,116. Electric 600. Heat 900. Travel 1,200. Dues 4,008. Physical Examinations 264. Radio Contact Equipment Repair 2,400. Other Expense 1,404. CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Expense 5/01/85'= 4/30/86 Total Operating Expense $ 30,012. Capital Outlay: Equipment 6,000. Vehicle Replacement Reserve 12,000. Total Capital Outlay Fire Dept. Total Fire Dept. Expense FIRST RESPONDER: Supplies Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Training Communications Insurance Head Responder Fee Other Expense Total First Responder Expense -7- $ 1,404. 240. 354. 504. 204. 600. 600. 18,000. $ 48,012. $ 3,906. PUBLIC; WORKS: Salaries /Wages $ 135`,000, E" ineer- /Consultant Fees' Insurance 6,504.. Office Supplies 504. Operating Supplies 15,000. Vehicle Maintenance. Repairs 40,008. City Building Maintenance 8,004 Rest Room-Maintenance 7,008. Shop Equipment Repairs 1,008. Signs - Various 5,004. - Telephone 708. Electric 3,708.. Heat 1,200. Street Lights 40,008. Street Maintenance 6,000., Beach Rail /Benches /Steps 6,000. Lawn Mower. Repairs 1,608. Other Expenses 996. 1 1 CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Expense 5/000-5 ,4/39/86 00163 Total Operating Expense Capital Outlay: Equipment /Mowers, Weed eaters Paving -Lots or Streets 7,764. 10,008. $ 285,276.; Total Capital Outlay 17,772. Total Public Works Expense -8- $ 303,048. CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated .Expense 3/01/85 -- 4/30/86 i0" TON DEPARTMENT., a1aries /WBges A10,,904. suraace 8004,., . chicle Maintenance e& Repairs. 119004.'' Transfer Station .Electric 300. 'Transfer Station Repairs 600. Taompson- .Garbage Haul Charges 11,004. Savannah, City -Dump. Charges 10,008. Other Expenses; ; 99.54 Total Sanitation Expenses MUSEUM: Operating' Subsidy Total Museum Expense -9- 6,000. 151,92: 6,000. CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Expense 5/01/85 -- 4/30/86 RE,REATION DEPARTMENT:- Salaries /Wa:ges Insurance Lisure Services Vehicle Maintenance & Repairs Phone. Ele2 /Heat -(Park /Ceramics) Softball T. Ball /Little League Swimming Seminars /G. R.P.S. Summer Sport Camp Other Expenses Volleyball Football Basketball Tennis Total Operating Expense Capital Outlay: Comm. House /Leisure Service Bldg. LIFEGUARD: $ 15,000. 1,656. 1,500. 1,308. 558. 1,056. 3,708. 3,204. 1,008. 1,350. 1,500. 1,104. 252. 504. 2,502. 1,002. Equipment Total Capital Outlay Total Recreation] Dept. Salaries Insurance First Aid Supplies Uniforms /Operating Equipment 5,004. 504. $ 37,212. $ 5,508. Expense $ 42,720. $ 25,008. 120. 252. 504. Total Operating Expense Capital Outlay: Equipment Total Capital Outlay Total Lifeguard Expense -10- 1,500. $ 25,884. 1,500. $ 27,384. CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Expense 5/01/85 -- 4/30/86 s PARK BUILDINGS & STANDS: Salaries (Maid) $ 660. Electric 3,300. fieat 348. Other Expenses 504. Total Operating Expense Capital Outlay: Park Bldgs. & Stands Equipment LIBRARY: $ 4a 8.12,• 8,004. 1,200. Total Capital Outlay 9,204. Total Park Bldgs. & Stands Expense $ 14,;016. Salaries $ 5,808. Supplies 48. Other Expenses 108. Total Operating Expense Capital Outlay: New Building Total Capital Outlay Total Library Expenses 10,008. $ 5,964. 10,008. $ 15,972. 1 1 CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Expense 5/01/85 -- 4/30/86 SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS: Marine Rescue Squadron Chamber Commerce /Tourism Tybee News $ 1,800. 7,008. 1.800. 00167 Total Special Appropriations $ 10,608. OTHER GOVERNMENT EXPENSE: Water Sewer - Public Bldgs. Life Insurance Hospitalization Social Security Adm. Cost - Social Sec. Reports Unemployment Reimburseable Pension Fund $12,000. 2,904. 27,744. 54,375. 108. 4,008. 6,000. Total Other Gov't. Expenses $ 107,139. CONTINGENCIES: 41,397. Total anticipated Expense $ 1,481,706. -12- 1 1 CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND Anticipated Income 5/01/85 -- 4/30/86 OPERATING REVENUES: 00168 Water Charges $ 134,196. Sewer Charges 242,004. Stubbing Fees 8,004. Tapping Fees 3,504. Public Bldgs. Water Use 12,000. Extra Line Income 1,500. Other Income 3,000. Discount's Taken -0- Total Operating Revenue $ 404,208. OTHER FINANCE SOURCES: Interest Earned - Investments 5,004. Chatham Co. Bd. Sink. F. Interest 60,000. Interest Earned - Custodian Account 45,006. Total Other Finances 110,010. Total Anticipated Income $ 514,218. -1- CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND FEES: Social Secutity.Tax Hospitalization 4 , 200. Pension Fund 708. Membership Dues 300. Consultant /Engineer Building Maintenance Legal & Audit Depreciation- Repair & Maintenance -Water Repair /Maintenance - Plant /Sta. Vehicle Expense -Water Vehicle Expense -Sewer OTHER EXPENSE: 8,508. 1,008. 5,004. 113',100. 7,500. 40,008. 6,000. 6,000. Insurance 7,008. Paging Service -Water 480. Water Meters and Parts 9,996. New Equipment Purchases 12,000. Office Supplies 6,000. Operating Supplies -Water Dept. 14,004. Operating Supplies -Sewer Dept. 8,004. Water Analysis 120. Plant Treatment Tests 2,208. Investment Costs 24. Telephone -Water Dept. 2,280. Telephone -Sewer Plant 600. Electricity -Water 21,000. Electricity -Sewer 39,000. Uncollectible Accounts 300. -2- 00170 TYBEE,ISLAND eather Gea s' eg41' Notices.:_., ;;Training' programs Accounting Programs, I Other W/S Expense Operating CAPITAL EXPENDITURES: Expense' =Items requested will be allocated out of Revenue Sharing #16 and #17 INTEREST EXPENSE,: Interest Expense 1972 Series - Bond Sinking Fund. Total all expense -3- 79,956. $514,218.