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19851114CCMeeting1 1 ti; Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 The Tybee Island City Council held its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, November 14, 1985 at 7:30 p.m. at Tybee City Hall. Mayor Charles J. Hosti presided and the following Councilmembers were present: Paul Jackson, Jeanne Hutton, John Wylly, Chris Solomon, Earl Marlin and S. J. Orsini. The City Attorney, Thomas J. Mahoney, Jr., and Bob Thomson, the City Administrator, were also present. Mayor Hosti opened the public hearing for Michael Milford, petitioner, who is requesting a zoning change to C2 to build a restaurant. Joe Coleman, the architect, spoke to explain the project, saying that the area in question abuts a commercial area being separated by only 30 feet and that the owner of this adjacent property has written to say she has no objection to the restau- rant's location. He addressed the question of parking, saying that off - street parking for 50 cars is available on site, with a loss to the city of only four parking spaces, for an entrance driveway. He also promised that views would be enhanced and protected by landscaping. Bruce Howe, attorney for the developer, spoke of the physical location, saying that there is no real residential use immediately at hand and that it is logical to end the commer- cial zone at the Fort Screven gates, not the middle of the block. The letter from the owner of the residential property next to the project was read - the owner had no objections to the project. Another letter from an adjacent owner was also read - this one voiced objections., dames LaFavor of /Augusta, Georgia, owner of two nearby lots, stated that he has no objections to the proposed restaurant. Mayor Hosti then called on the chairman of the Planning Commission, Jeff Dukes, who stated that the commission recommended denial, the seeming consensus being that the group is in favor of a quality restaurant and that the Master Plan indicated that the people want one; however, there were some questions and doubts: the old railroad right -of -way - is it quitclaimed to the owner ?, there is no assurance that a quality restaurant might not become just another bar, Second Avenue is really a small parking lot used for beach access with the lowest posted speed limit on the island (10 mph) - there could be a traffic and safety problem. 1 1 Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Two Mayor Hosti then called on those from the audience who wished to speak in favor. John Lewis spoke, saying he is in favor of a good restaurant on the island, but is not completely sure of the location; he urged everyone to express an opinion who wishes to do so. Fred deBorde was the next speaker, saying he doesn't think development helps local citizens, but only makes taxes higher, wants the island to stay residential, and believes the restaurant would cause a problem on a street that is vital to people living on the north end, citing the heavy traffic already experienced there in the summer. Betty McLlendon, #7 Oceanview, said she is totally opposed to spot zoning, and added her fears that the area is delicate because of severe erosion. She added that she hopes Mike Milford does open a restaurant such as the one he has described. Mary Grosse spoke, saying no hardship can be proven that would make it necessary to build a commercial restaurant in a residential zone, when there are commercial sites, two very near (on the highway) available. Dottie Kluttz said the site was not properly posted since the sign gave the October meeting date, not November. The hearing was postponed at the last meeting. Edmund Solomon said he doesn't want a bar in front of his house and he agrees with the Planning Commission who recommends that the petition be denied. David Cornelius said traffic is a problem in the north end and he is also concerned about a commercial establishment and FEMA regulations. Mayor Hosti answered that nothing can be built on the ground and the beach level entrance discussed is an entrance from the beach over the dunes by way of a crossover structure. Any building will have to meet the minimum flood control heights. Bruce Howe spoke again saying that there is only one curb cut planned instead of three as first shown, so the city will lose only four parking spaces. Mike Milford said that there are pluses - jobs will be created if a restaurant is successful, and there is only so much oceanfront property. He said again that the type of quality restaurant he plans will have to have a good ocean view. 1 00089 Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Three Fred deBorde summed up for the opposition saying he thinks Council has a plan now and it should be followed and he doesn't think developers should be dictators to the residents. Mrs. Merle Howard spoke of her request to rezone lots 1 & 2 of Block 39, Fort Ward, saying these two lots are what is left R1 after the Bishop Subdivision rezoning. Iris Bishop also spoke, saying she is in favor of grant - ing this because these lots are surrounded by R2 and multifamily zoning. Raymond Smith of 46 Van Horne Drive also spoke in favor of granting the petition, as did Marion Dean. Mayor Hosti then called on Jeff Dukes for the Planning Commission report. Mr. Dukes said the commission heard the same witnesses except for one generalized objection to spot zoning. The discussion centered around the fact that these two lots are an island in an R2 zone and that rezoning would not be spot zoning, but actually the reverse and that the Planning Comm- ission recommended, unanimously he believes, that the rezoning be granted. No one spoke in opposition to the request. There was a public hearing on recreational needs and Al Howell of CAPDC spoke regarding an application for a land & water grant. There was a discussion of the need for dune crossover structures at public streets. Councilmember Hutton questioned which streets, and was told that the application will be for two crossovers - one at Center and one at Ninth. She asked if the one at Center is planned as a crossover for launching small sailboats and the answer was affirmative. The public hearings were closed and Mayor Hosti called for visitors wishing to speak on other subjects. Charlie Moore spoke saying that he has heard that some amendments° to the Master Plan are contemplated and that he doesn't know whether they are good or bad, but he asked that any action be postponed because there is so much emotion on the subject throughout the community, and because changes would be more properly left to the new City Council coming in next month be- cause it is the latest expression of the will of the people. He congratulated Mayor Hosti on having done a good'job during his terms as Mayor. Marion Dean read a written statement critical of the use of a Historic Review Board for Fort Screven. 1 1 1 00070 Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Four Merle Howard spoke to say that she is in favor of the Master Plan, but wishes regular duplex zoning would be considered for the fort area. Bill Page asked that any addendum be carefully considered. Jim Kluttz suggested that public comments be taken and then a decision made based on the peoples' wants. He reminded the Council that 89% of the answerers of the questionnaire favored historic zoning. Earl Marlin asked if Mr. Kluttz is equating an architectural review board with historic preser- vation. Mr. Kluttz answered negatively, asking what other ways there are to address this desire. He asked also if there is a.public clamour for changes to the Master Plan. Mayor Hosti reminded the audience that there has been ample oppor- tunity for the public to speak out on the Master Plan. Councilmember Hutton said that the proposed changes have not been made available to the public so they don't really know what is being proposed. Betty McLlendon said that she still hasn't seen the amendments and feels they should be available to the public. Raymond Smith spoke in favor of historic preservation, but not of R1 density. Howard Arata spoke saying he lives on Fifth Street and is not that concerned with Fort Screven, but asked what the urgency is, saying that a lame duck Council should not act hastily. Charles Mutter agreed, saying he is a resident of 14th Street, but is against any quick action. Marianna Seyden read a written statement in support of the Master Plan and against amending it. Dottie Kluttz spoke to remind the Council of the National Register designation, saying that it was because of the residents' interest that this was achieved, and that it is not right and fair to make changes in the Master Plan without circulating the changes in advance of a public hearing. Rose Thompson said she has lived in the fort for 29 years and thanked other islanders for speaking with the fort residents; she said lots of improve - ment is needed in the fort area and the Master Plan offers some answers to those needs. Mayor Hosti spoke, saying that the Master Plan is a guideline and 1 1 071- Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Five changes can be made at any time by the Planning Commission's recommendation or by action of City Council without a recommendation. He said the proposed changes address a few things in the plan that the elected officials feel are unnecessarily restrictive to the property owners, adding that extra restric- tions are detrimental in his opinion. He stated that he doesn't own any land in the fort area and that, as instigator of the Master Plan, he has mixed feelings about it, hoping that the people will recognize its status as a guide, not an ordinance. Because he had begun the project, he would like to order its publication before leaving office - and does not want it published with any provisions that might prove too burdensome to the property owners later. He went on to explain that the provisions of the State Zoning Procedures Law (Act 662) will become effective in June, 1986, and he believes the Master Plan needs to be in place before this act becomes law. He explained that the urgency, for him, is that this is his last meeting and he took on a job he'd like to see finished. He also said that he has heard from many citizens who are concerned about specific provisions in the Master Plan and the amend- ments are, in part, an attempt to answer these fears. He then closed the meeting to visitors, and opened it for business legally presented. The first item of business was the presentation of placques to those who have served as elected officials during this administration: David McCutchen, Jerome Bettencourt, Jim Fabrikant, Kilma McCutchen, S. J. Orsini, Paul Jackson, Earl Marlin, Chris Solomon, Jeanne Hutton, John Wylly. The City Attorney, Tom Mahoney, and the former Zoning Administrator, Earl Anderson, also received placques commemorating their service. John Wylly then presented the Mayor with a rod and reel to use in his retirement, and there was a standing ovation. Minutes for the meetings of October were approved as written, on motion of Councilmember Hutton, seconded by Councilmember Marlin. Bills for the month of October, 1985 were approved as follows: Water /Sewer - $12,658.91, Public Works /Sanitation - $10,085.55, Finance/ General Government - $5,531.43, Recreation - $2,291.01, Fire - $5,259.48 (new pagers were purchased), and Police - $9,429.17. 1 0007 Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Six The public hearing petition for Milford (rezoning to C2 for a restaurant) was brought up for discussion. Councilmember Hutton moved it be denied. There was no second. Councilmember Marlin moved its approval, and Councilmember Wylly seconded. Councilmember Jackson expressed concern over unanswered questions, saying there should be further investigation. Councilmember Hutton reminded everyone that it is claimed the signs were erron- eous. Councilmember Solomon expressed his doubt about the signs, the quit claim from the railroad, and about the delicate environment and serious erosion problems in the area. He attempted to amend the motion to refer to a study committee, and was ruled out of order by the parliamentarian. He then moved to table the motion. Councilmember Orsini seconded and the vote was five to one with Councilmember Marlin casting the dissenting vote. The rezoning to R2 of the lots 1 & 2 of Block 39, Fort Ward, located on Van Horne Street was next considered. Councilmember Solomon moved its approval, Councilmember Orsini seconded and the vote was unanimously in favor. The amendments to the Master Plan were considered next. It was noted that there are actually five deletions and four changes recommended. After some discussion, Councilmember Solomon moved that the amendments be accepted as written, and Councilmember Marlin seconded. Councilmember Solomon espec- ially appreciated the suggested change of "Railroad" avenue to "Solomon" avenue, saying this change had been made by a former administration to honor his grand- father and that the family is very proud, especially his grandmother. He thanked the group who sponsored the amendments for this provision. He added that the only controversial amendment is that concerning the architectural review board which he regards as government telling people what to do. Council - member Hutton expressed concern about the amendment concerning mobile home parks and Mayor Hosti said that these parks don't come under FEMA's jurisdiction now and he sees no need to add further restrictions, adding that mobile home parks are supposed to be for temporary residences and he doesn't want to see hardships added. Councilmember Hutton read the mobile home law from the FEMA regulations. Councilmember Marlin suggested that singling out FEMA is asking for trouble; since the parks should be subject to all laws that are pertinent, not just one. 1 1 1 00073 Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Seven Councilmember Hutton questioned why the elimination of the "P" zoning designation. Councilmember Marlin stated his opinion that this zone opened up opportunities for graft and corruption, as well as administrative headaches. Councilmember Hutton said that, considering past problems, a new Mayor faces a tough problem with large developers and needs the review process. She then expressed her opinion that the City Council has no right to make any changes in the recommendations of the Planning Commission, and no right to delete, anything - only the right to accept or refuse the recommendation. Mayor Hosti questioned whether the Planning Commission is supposed to be the governing authority. Councilmember Wylly asked for clarification of the motion on the floor and Councilmember Solomon reiterated that all four changes and five deletions be accepted. The vote was as follows: for the motion - John Wylly, Earl Marlin and Chris Solomon. The other three members of Council abstained from voting and the motion passed. The changes and deletions to the Master Plan were therefore accepted. Mayor Hosti asked for committee reports and Councilmember Hutton said that the edging along the asphalt is being done to protect the asphalt and that the work will soon be finished, saying she regrets any inconvenience it may be causing to the citizens. Councilmember Wylly suggested that people are waiting and the group should pass down to formal action on those items. Councilmember Orsini then moved that an alcoholic beverage license for Pooh's be approved and Council- member Jackson seconded. Councilmember Wylly abstained from voting and the motion carried by a vote of five to zero, and the license (a transfer) was granted. The next application for an alcoholic beverage license was by Nicky Alexander for "The Saltshaker ", a new place on Sixteenth Street. This is a new license, and Councilmember Marlin pointed out that Mr. Alexander's civil rights have been restored. Councilmember Orsini said that the police report was favorable and moved that the license be granted. Councilmember Wylly seconded and the vote was five to one with Councilmember Hutton casting the dissenting vote, after ascertaining that this is a new license in a new location, adjacent to Kittens Korner, in what used to be an arcade. 1 1 1 Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Eight Councilmember Wylly then presented the midyear corrections to the Budget, explaining an increased insurance cost has led to a decreased con- tingency fund, and noting that the capital improvement budget. is also shown. He moved adoption of the revisions and Councilmember Marlin seconded. Coun- cilmember Hutton suggested that the Water /Sewer Grant -Loan application be indicated on the Capitol Budget Outlay for the amount that the city expects to spend in this fiscal year - $37,000.00 - and Councilmember Wylly accepted the amendment. The vote was unanimously in favor of the acceptance of the revised budget. Councilmember Solomon announced that the Recreation Board will meet on November 20th at the Recreation Building in Jaycee Park at 7:30 p.m. (This meeting was later changed to November 26th due to conflict with up- coming FEMA public meeting.) The Clerk read a letter, at Mayor Hosti's request, dated 11/6/85, from Congressman Lindsay Thomas who promised his support in the city's behalf regarding the securing for the city of the Coast Guard property on which Tybee Lighthouse is located. The City Attorney read a Resolution in support of a State -wide lottery and Councilmember Jackson moved its adoption, with Councilmember Solomon se- conding. Councilmember Marlin said that a lottery takes money from those least able to afford it. Councilmember Hutton agreed, but added that this money can be used to raise educational levels and cited examples of states with lotteries who have high educational standards, adding that Georgia is very low on the national average. She then amended the Resolution to say that the funds be used for education, rather than for cities. Councilmember Orsini said that he doesn't believe Governor Joe Frank Harris would sign any bill into law that didn't use the funds for education. Councilmember Solomon seconded the amendment. Councilmember Wylly said that a lottery is gambling and that passing this Resolution is like condoning armed robbery because the money is later given to charity. He also said that it is hypocritical to say the means doesn't matter. The amendment then passed by a vote of five to zero with Earl Marlin abstaining. Vote on the motion was four in favor and two against (Councilmembers Marlin and Wylly). The Resolution, in its amended version, was therefore adopted. 9007E Tybee Island, Georgia November 14, 1985 Page Nine An ordinance deleting 9 -4 -51 through 9 -4 -61 (Franchise for North Beach Concessions) was read. Councilmember Solomon moved its adoption, Councilmember Orsini seconded and the motion passed unanimously. On an immedi- ate second reading, Council unanimously adopted the ordinance, which becomes effective immediately. A copy is attached to, and becomes a part of, these minutes. Councilmember Solomon then spoke of two recreational leases - one for the ceramics program and one for the "Sandpiper" or North Beach, saying that he would like for the newly elected Mayor and Council to have the chance to study these leases, and therefore moves to postpone action for one month. Councilmember Marlin seconded and the vote was unanimously in favor. The City Attorney said that the North Beach lease is very similar to the present lease, but they are asking for two or three years' option for renewal. Mayor Hosti asked for a recommendation from the City Attorney on this lease for the newly elected Council. A flood variance for Tybee Elementary School for the purpose of placing a temporary classroom facility housing two classes was considered. Pictures of the unit, now located at Thunderbolt School, were shown and there was some discussion during which it was ascertained that the building will have to be anchored securely and inspected by the city's building inspector for safety. City Attorney Mahoney reminded all that the variance will have to be answered in writing. The variance was unanimously adopted upon the motion of Council - member Wylly. The Second Reading of the Zoning of the Annexed Area will be post- poned until the next regular meeting. Mayor Hosti then recognized Mayor -elect Walter W. Parker, introducing him to the audience, and welcoming.him. The public was informed of the up- coming Inaugural Ceremony to be held at City Hall on Monday, December 2, 1985, and of many other meetings scheduled for the next three weeks. Mayor Hosti gave a farewell speech, thanking the citizens for their support of his administration and for the opportunity for service he has enjoyed. The meeting was then adjourned. CLERK OF COUNCIL 1 1 1 •30076 RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta adopted a resolution in support of a state -run lottery on December 19, 1983; and WHEREAS, the Council of the City of Atlanta, on September 19, 1985, again adopted a similar resolution in support of a state -run lottery and encouraging other Georgia cities to initiate similar legislation; and WHEREAS, the City of Macon recently passed legislation urging their legislative delegation to introduce legislation for a state- wide lottery; and WHEREAS, the lottery is currently legal in seventeen (17) states and the District of Columbia; and WHEREAS, a State -run lottery would generate new revenue sources to aid. Georgia education; and WHEREAS, the State of Georgia is currently facing deficits from the loss of federal funds and will face further such cuts in 1986; and WHEREAS, it is estimated that a State -run lottery would generate an additional one hundred fifty million ($150,000,000.00) plus dollars annually to the State of Georgia; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Tybee Island, Georgia that it supports the concept and legalization of a State -run lottery to provide additional revenue funds to the State of Georgia and requests the Chatham County delegation to support such legislation; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Council of the City of Tybee Island, Georgia encourages the cities of Savannah, Garden City, Port Wentworth, Bloomingdale, Thunderbolt and neighboring communities to enact similar legislation in support of a State -run lottery; AND BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the Clerk of the City of Tybee Island, Georgia be instructed to send copies of this resolution to all cities and counties in the coastal area. ADOPTED IN OPEN COUNCIL THIS 10‘ OF _OplwAAJN,J__ 1985. _ 1 1 Ordinance # �� —0/ First Reading: //4414c- Second S7c- Second Reading: // Enacted: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES, TITLE 9. LICENCES AND REGULATIONS, CHAPTER 4. FRANCHISES, SECTIONS 51 THROUGH 61, CONCESSIONS. BE IT ORDAINED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA, IN OPEN MEETING ASSEMBLED, THAT THE ABOVE -NAMED SECTION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA BE REPEALED IN ITS ENTIRETY, AND BE CAUSED TO BE NULL AND VOID AND OF NO EFFECT; and BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED THAT THIS SECTION, 9 -4 -51 THROUGH 9 -4 -61 BE REMOVED AND DELETED FROM THE TYBEE ISLAND CODE OF ORDINANCES, TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA. 4: AVL ADOPTED THIS /' DAY OF CLERK OF COU MAY 1985. LOCATION OF PROPOSED CHANCE Section Para. , CHANGE FROM TO READ Page Line (s) r ig Use hbor- #3 2 (Point - 2) B 130 174 4 - 6 "2. Rename the roadway occupy- ing the fonder railroad right - of-way with the mane 'Railroad �A�v_en�u�e' throughout its entire rength within the city". Land Use Neighbor- hood #5 (Far -term 10 -20 years in- to the• future) 1 (entire para.) 141 (all of page 141) 176 1 - 3 "Consider the City property in (the) vicinity of (the) water tower as the new loca- tion for the Police Station, if that function is moved from its present location of (on) the Strand". (sic) "2. Rename the roadway occupying the former railroad right - of-way with the name 'Solomon Avenue' throughout its tire length within the City ". Entire paragraph eliminated. Land Use Neighbor- hood #7 1 a 155 176 1 - 2 "1. P (Planned) Zoning and setback requirements should be rigidly enforced ". Entire paragraph eliminated. Land Use 7 Neighbor- (Point - hood #8 4) Reoommen- 6 dations (4.b) Section near end of plan 158 20 - 22 Different 176 Wording SEE 173 TEM TW 19 - 21 Reco mien- 4.d dations last Section para- near end graph of plan 4 173- 174 ft25 1 - 4 "4. Like the 1975 report, this present recommendation is for the establishment of 'P' Plann- ed development in the ocean - front area. Entire paragraph eliminated. "6. Allowing the construction of one - family dwellings on 6,000 sq. ft., and two- family dwellings on 12,000 sq. ft., "6. Allowing the construction of one - family dwellings on 6,000 sq. ft., and two- family dwellings on 9,000 sq. ft.,..." "Requiring that, as a Planned Zone, any construction, both single and two - family dwellings net an architectural review standard which contributes to the historic theme as determin- ed by an Architectural Review Board consisting of residents of the Fort Screven area, appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Council." Delete entirety of para. 4.d Recatmen- tions action end .,� plan 3 (point 11.a Neigh- bor hood #9) 178 8- 10 "a. Add at least one more street light at each of the following streets: 14th, Tybee Drive, 15th.,16th., 17th., and 18th." Delete entirety of para. 3 1 1 SUBJECT: Proposed changes in Master Plan EVOCATION OF 3 TO READ QUO 73 3ectiony Para. Page Line(s) And Use 2nd. 117 10 - 14 "Concerning the mobile home "Concerning the Jeighbor- full parks, these commercially mobile home parks, loud #1 para. 118 operated establishments these commercially i 173 should be allowed to continue, but with the provision that any replacement trailers or mobile homes be emplaced so as to meet the requirements of the Flood Damage Control ordinance of the City of operated establish - ments should be allowed to continue Tybee Island." land Use eighbor- ••• #2 5 124 25 - 29 "2. Allowing the construc- "2. Allowing the 173 tion of one - family dwellings on 6,000 sq. ft., and two- family dwellings on 12,000 sq. ft." construction of one - family dwell - ings on 6,000 sq. ft., and two- family dwellings on r 9,000 sq. ft." ' November 1'4, 1985 .. T.,*ld like to speak to yoU about thelpOrtion of the Tybee Island Master Plan that refers to the Fort Screven area. My husband, Col Zender Dean and I were the founders (together with a group of people in the Fort Screven area) of the Historic Fort Screven Neighborhood Association, it is a chartered corporation in the State of Georgia with by -laws and elected officers. I am President of the Association unless they have dropped me without notifying me. The purpose of the organization was to attempt to beautify the area, assist if possible in obtaining low- interest (3%) loans for restoration and to avoid the laws that affect beachfront property i.e. raising 8ft from the ground as other buildings are regdred to be. Because of the uniqueness of the area and the fact that many of the old buildings had been . used when the fort was activated (as late as World War II). The buildings themselves do not fall in the category of (buildings in thetavItnth area. Their claim to fame being the fact that not many Forts remain in any form. Col Dean talked to the people at the National Register and found what had to be done and began to get the necessary papers together. Not every building that is in the Fort Screven Area is actually on the Register (some people chose not to place their buildings on it). It was never the intent that it should cause a hardship to the residents of Fort Screven but rather assist them if they wanted to restore any of the buildings. In addition any Federal Funds would have to be carefully used if any places should find themselves being in danger of being torn down. There is much vacant land in the Fort Screven area and development shodid be carefully done, however to try and require owners of property (or builders) to continue to build FORT STYLE buildings would be an injustice. The area in question has two Nursing Homes, several CONDO complexes, the Coast Guard at the base of the Lighthouse, a Museum, Miscellaneous City buildings i.e. police facility, recreational facility, a club house, and ball field, sewage disposal plant, Shrine Club. Campground. I served on the Tybee Island Planning Commission for over three years and actively worked for a Master Plan for Tybee Island to assist in the development and long range planning for the Island. The Planning Commission and elected officials of Tybee are perfectly capable of overseeing the development of the Fort Screven Area with input from the residents of Fort Screven. An Historic Review Board would only serve the purposes of a few and make it difficult for the many. Respectfully submitted Marion E. Dean 1 1 AMEND 8/85 - 4/88 BUDGET (AT 6 MONTH'S) FIRE DEPARTMENT (CONTINUED) 708 712 TELEPHONE DUES FIRST RESPONDER DECREASE FROM DECREASE FROM 802 SUPPLIES DECREASE FROM 803 VEHICLE EXPENSE INCREASE FROM 806 COMMUNICATIONS INCREASE FROM ( 10 PAGERS PURCHASED NOT ON BUDGET) 807 INSURANCE INCREASE FROM 809 OTHER EXPENSES DECREASE FROM PUBLIC WORKS. 908 INSURANCE 911 VEHICLE EXPENSE 917 ELECTRIC SANITATION 1004 1008 1 0 1 0 1011 INSURANCE TRANSFER STATION SAVANNAH -DUMP CHGS OTHER EXPENSES RECREATION INCREASE FROM DECREASE FROM INCREASE FROM INCREASE FROM DECREASE FROM INCREASE FROM DECREASE FROM (2) 1,116. TO 900. 4,008. TO 3,318. 1,404. 240. 504. TO 300. TO 882. TO 3,786. 204. TO 864. 600. TO 50. 6,504. TO 11,370. 40,008. TO 31,146. 3,708. TO 7,704. 8,004. TO 9,000. 600. TO -0-. 10,008. TO 11,208. 996. TO 396. ©0050' 1202 SALARIES DECREASE FROM 15,000. TO 10,608. 1204 INSURANCE DECREASE FROM 1,656. TO 720. 1208 PHONE INCREASE FROM 558. TO 726. 1219 TENNIS DECREASE FROM 1,002. TO -0 -. 1222 COMMUNITY HOUSE LEISURE SERVICES BLDG INCREASE FROM 5,004. TO 8,892. SALARIES INCREASE FROM 25,008. TO 26,124. 1302 1303 1304 1 3 0 6 1 4 0 2 1502 1606 INSURANCE FIRST AID SUPPLY OTHER EXPENSES CUSTODIAN SALARIES SALARIES G.M.A. BUILDING FD. CONTINGENCIES 1628 ADJUST TO INCREASE FROM INCREASE FROM INCREASE FROM INCREASE FROM INCREASE FROM INCREASE FROM DECREASE FROM 120. TO 330. 252. TO 396. 504. TO 708. 660. TO 1,068. 5,808. TO 6,000. -0 -. TO 1,443. 41397. TO 25,184. 1 1 AMEND 5/85 - 4/86 BUDGET (AT 6 MONTH'S) REVENUESI 343 POLICE COURT FINES REDUCE FROM 20,004. TO 15,000. 386 TENNIS FEES REDUCE FROM 504. TO -0 -. ANTICIPATED REVENUES FROM 1,481,706. TO 1,476,198. EXPENDITIRES GENERAL GOVERNMENT 402 COUNCIL FEES INCREASE FROM 4,200. TO 4,950. COUNCIL WILL RECEIVE 50. MONTH STARTING DECEMBER 85 406 INSURANCE INCREASE FROM 5,004. TO 16,172. 407 LEGAL, AUDIT INCREASE FROM 18,000. TO 20,000. 408 OFFICE SUPPLY /COPIER DECREASE FROM 22,200. TO 18,200. 416 ZONING/ DECREASE FROM 3,000 TO 1,500. 417 SURVEYS DECREASE FROM 2,400. TO 1,200. 431 BEACH EROSION INCREASE FROM -0- TO 100. POLICE DEPARTMENT 505 COURT RECORDER (ATTY 400. MO.) INCREASE FROM 2,904. TO 4,800. 507 UNIFORMS DECREASE FROM 8,004. TO 4,004. 509 INVESTMENT EXPENSE DECREASE FROM 2,700. TO 1,008. 508 INSURANCE INCREASE FROM11,004. TO 11,100. 528 CAPITAL OUTLAY EQUIPMENT INCREASE FROM 5,016. TO 6,984. PARKING METER DEPARTMENT 604 INSURANCE 6.06 OPERATING SUPPLY 608 METER MAINTENANCE 618 EQUIPMENT 619 VEHICLES (USED) FIRE DEPARTMENT INCREASE FROM 360. TO INCREASE FROM 1,200. TO INCREASE FROM 1,608. TO DECREASE FROM 504. TO DECREASE FROM 14,004. TO 1,824. 2,526. 5,004. -0-. 6,000. 702 SALARIES DECREASE FROM 9,516. TO 8,164. 704 UNIFORMS & MAINT. OF DECREASE FROM 1,500. TO 500. 705 INSURANCE INCREASE FROM 2,400. TO 4,500. 706 VEHICLE EXPENSE INCREASE FROM 3,504. TO 4,200. 711 TRAVEL INCREASE FROM 1,200. TO 2,208. 714 RADIO CONTACT REPAIR INCREASE FROM 2,400 TO 3,408. 715 OTHER EXPENSES DECREASE FROM 1,404. TO 600. 716 INSPECTION FEES (SOLOMON & SCHOLL) INCREASE FROM -0 -. TO 1,352.