Upon question, Mr. Hesse related that the rental-per
square foot.is.$6.75, however at the time the Authority rented
its office space, it paid $7.25 per square foot.
Noting the request, Commissioner Curry stated, I
believe when we need that much space, I think it is time to start
looking for a cheaper rental, because we are really paying premium,
Chairman Rainey suggested.that in the future, the Authority
nay resume.the practice of rotating meetings from area to area and
directed, there being no'objection, that the matter be temporarily
AD JOURIf ENIT:
On direction of the Chairman, there being no objection, the
meeting was adjourned at 2:0. P.M.
5040 Done d E. Dye Payroll 433.70
5041 Shirley Chesser Payroll 205.90
5042 Gustav Krayer Payroll .318.60
5043 Patricia A. Murray Payroll 105.66
477 14 Eastern Airlines Travel 68.00
478 Grafix Placque 35.87
479 Louis de la Parte, Jr. Legal Fees 2,833.30
480 Xerox Xerox Rental -440.30
481 Dept. St. Publication Advertising 28.00
482 Fla. Clipping Service Office Supplies 55,70
483 General Telephone Telephone 392.60
484. PeliKan Office Products Office Supplies 118.62
485 Rockford Nap Publishers Reference MaIt'l -42.00
486 NTIS Reference Mat'l 100.00
487 Walter Walker .Travel 19,18
488 Shirley' Chesser Travel 3.64
489 .Patricia A. Murray 'Travel 1.54
490 Donald E. Dye Travel 9.10
491 Gus Krayer Tr.avel 8.26-
492 Nancy Reichardt Travel '- 12.68
493 15 VOID
494 Walter Walker Travel 25.90
495 Acme Locksmith Safe 19 .00-
496 21 Al's Rental Service Furniture Rental" 29.75
497 -- U.S. Geological Survey Reference Matl. 6.75
498 NTIS, Reference Mat'l 50.00
499' Bureau of Geology Reference Mat'l. 8,50
500 Nancy Reichardt. Coffee Pot & Supplies. 19.96
"5044 Adele Clifford Vacation Pay 315.31
501 26 Ecolmpact, Inc. DRI-Biological Study 3,000.00
502 28 Justice Corp. Office Rent 640.42
503 Bank of Clearwater Withholding Taxes 1,173.70
504 Blue Cross of Fla. Insurance 478.04
505 Standard Oil Car Expense 30.77
506 U.S. Leasing Postage Equip. Rental 32.27
507 Ernst & Ernst Accounting Services 137.00
508 PeliKan Office Products Office Supplies 30.16
509 Donald E. Dye Travel 4.48
RE3fMBURSEMENTS FOR TRAVEL EXPENSES APPROVED
Upon motion of Conmmissioner Curry, seconded by Commissioner
Lawr and carried, reimbursements for travel expenses were approved,
Payee Purpose Amount
Richard J. Hesse Expenses incurred while $G3.75
Conference on 4/28/76
and 4/29/76 in
Richard J. Hesse Expenses incurred whilee $21.25
attending SWFWMD Work
Session and Regular
M meeting on 5/4/76 and
5/5/76 in Brooksville,
Walter D. Walker Expenses incurred while $21.-2
attending SWFWOD %Work
Session and Regular
Meeting.on' 5/4/76 and
5/5/76 in Brooksville,
FINAL PAYMENT TO ECOIMPACT, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,950.000 FOR AN
ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF WITHDRAWING 30 MGD ON THE ECOSYSTEM IN
THE CYPRESS CREEK WELLFIELD AREA
Referring to agenda item, "Consideration of final payment
of EcoImpact, Inc. in connection with biologic evaluation for the
Cypress Creek Wellfield DRI", Mr. Hesse reported that the work on
this project has been completed with the exception of a satisfactory
review of the final version of DRI Section 20, and requested that
he be authorized to make .the final payment to Ecolmpact, Inc. for
completion of said project, pending a satisfactory review of the
final version of DRI Section 20.
The following data was presented in Mr. Hesse's supporting
FINAL PAYEt-!F?., sLCXOIMPACT, INC.
A letter contract with Ecolmpact, Inc. dated March 24, 1976
provided for an assessment of the impact of withdrawing
30 nmgd on the ecosystem. in the Cypress Creek Wellfield area
and associated wetlands and lakes within the cone of
depression and/or resulting from withdrawal of groundwater
-at that rate. This assessment was to be made based upon
existing hydrological data and other information provided
by the Authority. A revision of- SectiOn 20 of the Draft
DRI was to be prepared and submitted not later than April.
13, 1976. The total agreed price was $4,950.00 payable
Supon Authority. review and acceptance.
The basic requirements of this letter contract have bee .
Fulfilled except for EclXmpact's review of the revisions-
to their draft made by the WCRWSA staff. This revision -
: was required to bring Section 20 and Section 19,.also
revised, into agreement. .
To date, a partial' payment of $3,000.00 has been paid to
Ecolmpact, Inc. pending final approval by W-CRSA Staff and -
oard. It is recommended that the Board approve final
payment, an additional $1,950.00, pending completion of the
satisfactory review of the final version of DRI Section 20
.by EcoImpact, Inc..
Commissioner Law moved, seconded by Commissioner Curry
and carried, that the request of the General Manager be approved.
During the. ensuing discussion, Chairman Rainey suggested
That a .verbal report of the project be delivered at the next meeting.
DISCUSSION RE DRAFT OF DRI DOCUMENT FOR THE CYPRESS CREEK gTELIE.T,"
Referring to agenda item, "Consideration of draft nD3I
Cypress Creek Wellfield", Mr. Hesse reported that the initial DRI
"document has been redrafted in accordance with the recommendations
of the various jurisdictions, S.WFMD, Tampa Bay Regional Planning
Council, the biologic consultant, and Leggett, Brashears and Graham;
and that the document has been turned over to the Attorney for his
Attorney da la Parte pointed out "-it the Authority agree
only to furnish a DRI-type study and did not agree to furnish a DRI
document that is "legally anticipated in Chapter 380 of the-Florida
Following discussion, Chairman Rainey directed, there
being no objection, that the redrafted DRI.tYPe document bon the-Cypress
Creek Wellfield project be received for filing. .
. PLAQUE OF.APPRECIATION PRESENTED TO C. RADOLPiH 1EDDING FOR HIS
DEDICATION TO THE AUTHORITY
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Chairman Rainey-presented a: plaque of appreciation to
Mir. C. Randolph Wedding for his dedication to the Authority.
GE3IERAL MiANAGER AUTHORIZED TO CONSUMMATE A CONTRACT t T A SUI. NOT
TO EXCEED $5,000 RE INTTERIM BIOLOGIC MONITORINGG OF CYPRESS CREEK
-ELLFJIElD ECOLOGICAL hIPACT -
""Noting that a-certain quantity of water is being -
"withdrawn from the Cypress Creek Wellfield at the present, times Mr.
Hesse requested that he be authorized to consummate a contract in
a sum not to exceed $5,000 t6 effect interim biologic monitoring
of same during the emergency pumping (critical drought) period. .
"Upon :questions' by Mr. Twachtmann, Mr. Hesse replied that
it is envisioned that the monitoring will transpire during the
next fevw months; and that he has conversed with the consultants
performing the initial biological work, who conclude that it is "very
"-dubiouis that we can get the scope that as outlined at your Agenda No. 6
for anything significantly less than $;000.Q"
Mr. Tirachtmann maintained that the biological assessments
should be on-going on a quarterly basis by the same consultant, but
that $5,000 is too much to pay for the anticipated period of time.
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Upon fAther questions by the Au ority, Mr, Hesse eor
the opinions that it would be .wise to engage the services of a
consultant who is familiar with the area and who has developed
some of the baseline data; that it is important that no data is
Slot during any period of time-; that the number ofqualified biological
consultants is very limited; and that he is not adverse to negotiating
for a new consultant, however, the consulting firm that has already
been utilized has proven to be qualified, .has been Involved in the
DRI, and has rendered a good product.. .
During discussion, Chairman Rainey suggested that the
General Manager attempt, to- negotiate with other biologic consulting
"" Attorney de .laParte recommended that the Authority .
grant the request' of. the General Manager, noing that the 'danger of
waiting 30 days and.possibly losing data from the critical drought
period will be avoided.
Commissioner Law shared the concerns of Mr. rachtmann
with regard to the request but indicated that he is anxious for
the work. to be performed.
Mayor Schuh moved, seconded by Commissioner Lawl and carrie
" that the request of the General Manager .be approved. .
INITIAL PROGRESS REPORT OF ROSS, SAARINEN, BOLTOTf & WILDER RE'
SENGIEERING/HYDROLOGIC -STUDY RECEIVED; MATTER TO BE PLACED ON THE
AGEC.DA FOR THE ,EXT MEETING FOR FURTHER- CONSIDERATIONr
Upon a presentation by the General Manager of the
initial progress report of Ross, Saarinen, Boltbn & ,ilder re
engineering/hydrologic study, the Chairmnan noted that the Authority
members had not had sufficient time to review the material, and
directed, there being no objection, that the report be received for
filing and placed on the agenda for the next meeting.
LETTER TO BE DRAFTED FOR THE CdIIR-AMfTS SIGNAlTUYE OUTLI*NING T H
* REQUEST OF TiHE AUTHORITY FOR SWFD PLAUINIiG SUPPORT DURING TE
FISCAL YEARS 1976 AND 1977
Recalling-that the Authority had delibera ed on- the
subject of SWMWID planning support for the Authority at the last
"meeting; Mr. Hesse reported that ideas have been exchanged since
that meeting among various concerned parties; that he received an
urgent appeal from S to furnish -that Board with the Authority S
planning support requirements for the Fiscal Year 1977T since the
SBoard was in the midst of its budget process, as iell as submit
"an appropriate request for funding in the current fiscal period.
and that he subsequently requested SWFWMD to consider funding the
consultant 'study that is already underway and to fund four separate
projects totaling $572,000 for the 1977 Fiscal budget year.
Continuing, he stated.that he made two public appearances
before SiFWMD on March 4 and 5, 1976 to -justify said requests- and
Observed the following attitudes of the S-WF'M staff re .same:
1. Only Basin Boards can approve budgets. ,
2. The funding of WCRWSA study programs was
3. Reluctance was demonstrated with regard to
reimbursing for in-house expenses.
4. The SWFWMD Board wants to ensure that the
requested funding is not a substitute for
County funding of WCRWSA.
5. The SWFWMD Board wants to ensure that the
subject request is endorsed by the Authority.
6. SWFWx ; Board members expressed _.terest in
a pay-back arrangement.
7. The possibility of obtaining a 3-way contract for
disbursement of funds was suggested by SWFWMD.
In conclusion, Mr. Hesse proposed that it is not the
position of the Authority to determine the pro rata distributions
of the individual basin boards to the Authority for these projects;
and that the Authority cannot accept the idea of disbursement of
funds by another agency.
Mr. Twachtmann agreed with the positions of the General
Manager in addition to his positions that the Board be requested
to repay paid invoices instead of reimbursing for in-house work
and that the Authority should just forget about the concept of
pay-back involvement of the Authority He supported a grant
Attorney de-la Parte directed the Authority's attention to
the legislation (Chapter 373) concerning this matter and concluded
that the request is proper as contemplated by law. He added that how
Basin Boards divide the funding is of no concern to the Authority.
Chairman Rainey suggested that a letter be drafted for his
signature incorporating the thoughts expressed by Mr. Twachtmann and
the General Manager and outlining the. request of the Authority for
SFftMD planning support during the fiscal years 1976 and 1977, whereupon
Mr. Twachtmann so moved. Commissioner Curry seconded the motion and
upon call for the vote the motion carried unanimously.
STATUS REPORT OF STARKEY WELLFIELD
Mr. Hesse reported that he plans to travel to New Port
Richey this Saturday, May 15, 1976, to explore, further, the
possibilities of Authority involvement in the Starkey Wellfield.
DISCUSSION PRE CYPRESS CREEK VjWE4LLFIELD NEGOTIATIONS
Attorney de la Parte indicated that there isn't much to
report on the Cypress Creek Wellfield negotiations and offered that
it would be helpful if all the members would recall their lawyers
from Tallahassee. He.explained that there is a great deal of in-fighting
occurring with respect to the apportionment of SW1FWD; the question
of consumptive use. permits; etc.
EMPLOYMENT OF GUS KRAYER AS ENGINEER III (IN LIEU OF CETA.POSITION)-
"APPROVED AT STARTING SALARY OF $13,500
.Mr. Hesse requested that the Authority consider the full-
time employment of Mr. 'Gus'Krayer as Engineer III at a starting salary
of $13,500. He explained that Mr. Krayer is presently employed
and has been "on board" for approximately eight montrs'under the CETA
program; that. Mr. Krayer has performed the bulk of the work on the
Cypress Creek Wellfield DRI; and that he envisions Mr. Krayer to continue
on the DRI effort as well as to make a significant contribution
to the study on the post 1980 water requirements.
Upon question, -Mr.-Hesse explained that Mr, Krayer is
currently employed at a. salary less than the requested salary as
there is a ceiling on the salary authorized under the CETA program.
He added that he has been informed by Mr. Lachman,- Coordinator of
ythe Pinellas County Criminal Justice Planning Unit, that there has
been no official confprmration that the CETA program will -continue.
Mr. Twachtmann moved, seconded by Commissioner Curry and
carried, that the request of the General Manager be approved.
GENERAL MANAGER AU' )RIZED TO EMPLOY ONE CLEAR TYPIST III .
AT A YEARLY SALARY OF BETWEEN $5,971. AT. $7,788
Mr. Hesse presented a request that he be authorized to
employ a Clerk Typist III at a yearly salary of between $5,971 and
$7,788. He explained that Mrs. Shirley Chesser is currently employed
as a Clerk Typist under the CETA program; that Mrs. Chesser desires
to terminate her employment the first_ of .June to enable her to
care for her children; and that he cannot refill this position with
another CETA employee as "positions are frozen". He added that it is
necessary that this position be filled.
Following discussion, Commissioner Curry moved, seconded
by Mr. Twachtmann and carried, that the request of the General Manager
GENERAL MANAGER AUTHORIZED TO RECRUIT AND HIRE ENGINT'EERING
"Mr. Hesse presented a request that he be authorized to
recruit and hire an Engineering Technician (II) He explained
that,over the past several months, he has found a considerable
requirement for an individual to develop maps, graphs ,charts,
to analyze data and to contribute in-house effort on various projects.
Commissioner Curry noted that. the proposed salary range
of between $11,609 and $15,973 is high compared to "'what the counties
are paying", to which Mr. Hesse responded that "this was extracted
directly from the State standards" and that he intends to locate
an individual who can perform the required work at a salary at the
lower end of the spectrum and perhaps lower.
Mr. PTvachtmann suggested that the Authority employ
an Engineering Technician I in lieu of an Engineering Technician II
Followir discussion, Mr. Twachtmar moved, seconded by
Commissioner Law and carried, that the General Manager be authorized
to employ an Engineering Technician I.
GENERAL MANAGER AUTHORIZED TO RENEW LEASE OF A VEHICLE OF SIMILAR
CHARACTERISTICS TO A CHEVROLET NOVA FROM THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE
BIDDER FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR, SUBJECT TO THE CONCURRENCE OF
Mr. Hesse requested that he be authorized to renew the
lease of a vehicle of similar characteristics to a Chevrolet Nova
from the lowest responsive bidder for a period of one year,
subject to the concurrence of the Attorney.
Following discussion, Commissioner Law moved, seconded
by Mayor Schuh and carried, that the request of the General
Manager be approved.
AGENDA ITEM RE "CONSIDERATION OF REQUEST TO LEASE ADDITIONAL
OFFICE SPACE" TEMPORARILY PASSED
Mr. Hesse submitted a request that the Authority
consider authorizing him to consummate a lease for approximately
1200 square feet of added space to be used as a Board room. He
recalled that for the last several months the Authority has been
utilizing space on the fourth floor of the Arbor Office Building for the
monthly meetings without charge; that, in the -meantime, the Justice
Corporation has been committing most of the other space within the
facility; that the Justice Corporation has reserved'this particular
space for Authority first refusal; and that, at present, nearly
all the office space within the Building has been committed.
West Coast Reional Water S pply Authority
ARBOR OFFICE CENitR, SUITE 404 1321 U.S. 19 SOUTH, CLEARWATER, FLORIDA 33516 813-531-5885
Si RICHARD J. HESSE
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY
CHARLES E. RAINEY, CHAIRMAN
ROBERT CURRY, VICE-CHAIRMAN MEETING .
CURTIS L. LAW, TREASURER Di S f
DALE TWACHTMANN, MEMBER
C. RANDOLPH WEDDING, MEMBER
Arbor Office Center
1321 U. S. 19 South
May 12, 1976
Call to Order
1. Approval of Minutes, Meeting of March 24, 1976
2. Financial Report March and April 1976
3. Approval of Check Register March and April 1976
(Includes approval of costs of overnight travel of staff)
4. Consideration of final payment of ECO Impact, Inc. in
connection with biologic evaluation for the Cypress
Creek Wellfield DRI.
5. Consideration of draft DRI, Cypress Creek Wellfield.
( 6. Consideration of proposal for performing interim Biologic
Monitoring of Cypress Creek Wellfield.
7. Ross, Saarinen, Bolton & Wilder report of progress on
8. Consideration of proposal for SWFWMD planning support,
FY 76 & 77.
9. Starkey Wellfield Status Report.
10. Cypress Creek Wellfield Negotiations Report.
11. Consideration of request to hire Mr. Gus Krayer as Engineer III.
(In lieu of CETA position)
12. Consideration of request to recruit and hire a clerk-typist.
13. Consideration of request to recruit and hire an engineering
WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY
14. Consideration of request to authorize continuation of
lease of automobile for Authority use.
15. Consideration of request to lease additional office space.
16. Other Administrative Matters.
The next meeting is scheduled for June 16, 1976 at 1:30 P.M. at
the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority office.
Clearwater, Florida, May 12, 1976
Tht- qCtt ] Re ional Water SuIpvy Athsrity S
authorized by Chapter 74-114, Laws of Florida) met in the Arbor
Office-Center, Suite 404, 1321 U. S. 19 South, Clearwiater, Florida,
at 1:40 P.M. on this date with the following members present:
Charles E. Rainey, Chairman (Pinellas County Commissioner); Robert
Curry, Vice-Chairman (Hillsborough County Coniissioner); Curtis L.
Law, Treasurer (Pasco County Commissioner); Dale Twachtmann (jWater
Resources Director, City of Tampa); and Mayor Charles E. Schuh
(Representat-ive-City of St. Petersburg).
SWCRWSA: Louis de la Parte, Attorney
Richard J. Hesse, General Manager
S"Walter D. Walker, Assistant
General Manager for Engineering
Donald E. Dye, Assistant General
Manager for Operations
SSWFWTIMD: John R. Wehle
Pinellas County: John Allen, Special Consultant
"- to Pinellas.County Attorney
Shirley Colvin, Deputy Clerk
Hillsborough County: Clint Bro.m, Attorney
City of St. Petersburg: Carl Linn, Assistant City Attorney
Pasco County: Cliff Burgess, Director of Utilitic
Also present: Frank P. Ripa, TBRPC
". Rick Allen, Tampa Tribuno
SJim Turner, USGS
John Moore, USGS
C. Randolph Wedding
.Tom Furman, Ross, Saarinen,
Bolton and Wilder
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On motion of Commissioner Law, seconded by Commissioner
Curry and carried, the minutes of the meeting of March 2, 1976
FINANCIAL POSITION STATEMENTS FOR PERIODS: MARCH 31, 1976; APRIL
30, 1976; AND SEVEg MONTHS ElDED APRIL 30, 1976 APPROVED
On motion of Commissioner Law, seconded bry Commissioner
Curry and carried, the following Financial Position Statements
for the periods March 31, 1976, April 30, 1976, and seven months
ended April 30, 1976 were approved:
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S WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY 'AOTHORIT .
Statement of Financial Position "
Petty "Cash 100.00
Cash in Bank. (Checking & Savings) 9,546.42 ..
U. S. Treasury Bills -. 281,572.88
Prepaid Office Rent 640.42.
: Prepaid Automobile Rent 185.00
Office Rental Deposit 640.42 -
Office Furniture & Equipment 9,200.53
Leasehold Improvements 447.50 .
Depreciation Expense 155,3-.
Withhol'ding Taxes Payable -0-
FICA Taxes-Payable 461.22
Retirement Fund Payable 698.88
Contributions Hillsborough County 144,947,33
Contributions Pasco County 31,774.16
Contributions Pinellas County 238,640.51
Retained Earnings as of 10/1/75 36,108.23
Operating Results thru 3/31/76 78,236.06
COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORaIT'i
Statement of Revenues and Exoenditures
.Six Months Ended March 31, 1976 -
Month YTD (Over) Und.r
"Budget. Actual Actual Budcct "
Interest inco..a on investments $ -0- -0- $ 5,417.75 ($ 5,417.75)
Miscellaneous non-operating incoaa -0- -0- 133.55 133.55)
TOTAL R"E;VENUZS $-0-~ 7 -o-I $ ITh1^T -T^srr
Program C Cypress Creek 25,000.00 2,437.73 14,303.81 10,696.19
Pro'rams A,,L&D Engineering/
iydrologic Studies 150000.00 1,396.47 9,350.65 140,649.35
Total Special Projects 175,000.00 -,834.20 23,654.465 "lSL,45354-
Salaric 41,600.00 2,451.54 18,695.51 22,904.49
Fringe Con.eiits, including
Payroll Taxes 12,452.00 2,32).07 7,799.55 4,65Z545
Office Rental 7,250.00 1,260:84. 3,842.52 3.407.4a
Telephone 4,200.00 376.14 1,978.47 ,21.53
Office Materials, Supplies,
SPostaga, etc. 5,000.00 743.02 3,674.C2 1,325.$8
Reference Material 3,600.00 270.00 983.59 2,611.41
Advertising. 3,000.00 49.70 532.47 2,467.53
Office Equipment Rental 2,776.00 104.34 2,221.54 554.46
Automobile Rental ...6,660.00 185.00 1,295.00 5,365.00
Casoline and Oil 3,640.00 105.35 316.84 3,323.16
Travel Expernso 3,600.00 132.15 831.01 2,768.99
Miscollaftnous3 -0- 22.00 147.36 (147.36)
Insurance -0- -0- 605.89 (os5.S89
Legal Expense 36,000.00 2,669.70 14,446.1Z 21,553.3
Accounting & Auditing 5,000.00 569.98 2,576.75 2,423.24
Registration Fees -0- .100.00 '175.00 (175.00)
Parking -0- 0.50 6.25 -( 6.25)
Technical Liaison $ 40,000.00 $ -0- $ -0- 40,000.00
Recruiting Expenses 2,00.00 -0- -0- 2,000.00
Consultant Fees 18,000.00 -0- -0- 18,000.00
Comptroller 15,000.00 -0- -0- 15,000.00
Clerical Assistance 3,690.00 -0- -0- 3,690.00
Reserve (20)) 79,494.00 -0- -0- 79,494.00
Total Ad..inistrative Expenses $292,962.00 $11,393.33 $60,132.90 $232,829-,r
TOTAL OPELATING EXPEt:DITURS- 467,962.00 15,227.53 83,787.36
"EXCESS OPERATING EXPENDITURES
OVER REVE.ES $467 ,962..00 $15,227.53 $78,236.06 $389,725.94
Purchase of Treasury Bills $ -0- -0- $171,572.88
Office Furnishings/Equipment 9,000.00 810,0 2,973.29 -, i-
Leasohold Improveents -0- -0- 45.00 (45.00
"*TOTAL. CA?ITAL EXPENDITURES $ 9,000.00 $ 10.00 I$ 3,18.29 _____8_1
TOTAL EXPENDITURES OVER REVENUES $476,962.00 $16,037.53 $.81,254.3S $395,707.65
i. V'EST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTEHORPTY
Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements
Six Months Ended March 31, 197& .
Contributions-Hillsborough County $ -0- $ 66,472.82
Contributions-Pasco County -0-- 15,668.95
Contributions-Pinellas County .-0- (1) 104,260.23
Salary Reirboursements 1,399.92 6,639,53
Interest on Investments -0- 6,240.7
Miscellaneous Receipts -0- 133
". $ 1,399.92 $199,-4?
CASH DISBURSEMENj .
Operating E .nditures 16,6 .45 90,436.89
Capital ExpAeditures 810.00 3,018.29
Purchase of Investments -0- 171,572.88
Reduction of Current Liabilities 1,093.631) 4 097_.09
DECREASE IN CASH (17,136..16) ( 709 3
Cash at Beginning of Period 26,682.53 79,255.74
CASH AT END OF PERIOD 9,546.42 9,546.42
(1) .Total per check register
for March .. 18,540.03
Salary Reimbursement $ 1,399.92
Capital Expenditures 810.00.
Reduction of Current Liabilities 1,098.63
"Mlisc. Refunds 3.95
WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY.
"" .. Statement, of Financial Position
Petty Cash 100.00
Cash in Bank (Checking & Savings) 19,454.55
U. S. Treasury Bills 256,572.88
Prepaid Office Rent 640.42
Prepaid Automobile Rent 185100
Office Rental Deposit 640.42
Office Furniture & Equipment 9,396.53
Leasehold Improvements 447.50
Depreciation Expense 155.36
Withholding Taxes Payable
FICA Taxes Payable .. 480.56
Retirement Fund Payable 698.88
Contributions Hillsborough County 144,947.33
Contributions Pasco County 31,774.16
Contributions Pinellas County 238,640.51
Retained Earnings as of 10/1/75 36,108.23
Operating Results thru 4/30/76 93,151.27
S. -* ,
WEST COAST. REGIONAL WATCi SUPPLY AUTHOrITy
-" Statement of Revenues and Expenditures
Seven Months Ended April 30, 1976
"Konth YTO oeunt .
Dudgct e(Ovr) UGder
P^, tI------ Ac tus Ac t~a j [
Interest income on investments $ -0- $1,241.66 $ 6,659.41 ($ 6,59, 4
Miscellaneous non-operating income -0- -0- 133.55 ( 13,35 ')
Program C Cypress Crce. 25,000.00 4,931.34 19,235-15 5,764.85
Programs A,\,&D Engineering/
Hydrologic Studies 150,000.00 1,548.04 10,898.69 179,101 1l
Yrr7, Uoo.o6 ?T 5 j,9-7 M -30, 13 84 "T zg-
Administ rtive. Exoon3Ce.
oa1rI,-s 41,600.00 2,849.23 21,54..74 20,055.26
Fringe D nefits, including
Payroll Taxes 12,452.00 1,368.42 9,167.97 3,2S4.07
Office Pental 7,250.00 640.42 4,482.94 2,767.05
Telephone 4,200.00 .392.60 2,371.07 1,r28.93
Office materialss Suppliea,
Posta.re, etc. 5,000.00 240.18 3,914.20 1,055.80
Reference :.iterial 3,600.00 537.25 1,525.84 -. 2,074,1
Advertising 3,000.00 ( 7.70) 524.77 2,475.23
Office Equipeant Rantal 2,776.00 472.57 2,694.11 2 1.,9
Auto.o.bilc R-ntal 6,660.00 -0- 1,295.00 5,3G5.00
Gasoline & Oil 3,640.00 3 30.77 347.61 3,292.39
Travel Expens 3,600.00 152.78 983.79 2,6165,2
Miscellaneous -0- 85.58 232.94 9 232.94)
Insurance -0- ( 54.91) 550.98 ( 550.93)
Legal Expense 36,000.00 2,833.30 17,279.42 18,720.58
Accounting & Auditing 5,000.00 137.00 2,713.76 2,286.24
Registration r cs -0- -0- 175.00 175.00)
Parking -- -0- 6.25 .25)
Technical Liaison $ 40,000.00 $ -0-. $ -0- $ 40,000.00
Recruiting Expcnsos 2,000.00 -0- -0- 2,0.00
Consultant Fees.. 18,000.00 -0- -0- 18,000 00
Comptroller 15,000.00 -0- -0 15,000.00
Clerical Assictance 3,690.00 -0- -0- 3,C90.00
Reserve (20) 79,494.00 -0- 0 79,494.00
Total Administrativo Exoenses $292,962.00 9,677.49- $69,810.39 223i i
TfAL. OPERATING EXPENDITtrS467,962.00 16,156.7 59,94-4.23 _
EXCESS OPERATINC EXPESOITURSS
OVER. P.VENUES $467,962.00 $14,915.21 $93,151.27 $374,610.73
INVEST.MENTS/CAPITAL. EXPEND'ITUS *
Purchase of TrOasury Dills $ -0- $ 0- $171,572.88 .
Office Furnishings/Equipmant 9,000.00 196.00 3,169.29 5,60.
Leasehold Improvements -0- -0- .5.00 ( 45,09)
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURSS 9,000.0 $ 196.0 $ 3,214.29 5,7
TOTALr EXPSYDXTIT2S OVR REVENUESS $476,962.00 $15,111.21 $96,365.56 $380,596.44
.- EST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY
.State .ent of Cash Receipts and Disbursements
Seven Months Ended April 30, 1976
CASH RECEIPTS Nonth Year-to-Date
Contribute ions-Hillsborough County $ -0- $ 66,472.82
Contributions-Pasco County 0- 15,668.95
Contributions-Pinellas County -0- 104.,260.23
Salary Reir'bursements 1,609-.91 8,249.44
Interest on Investments 1,241.66 7,482.41
Miscellaneous Receipts -0- 133.55
Sale of Treasury Bills 225,000,00 25,000.00
"- $27,851.57(1) $227,267.40
Operating Expenditures 17,747.44 108,193.67
Capital Expenditures 196.00 3,214.29
Purchase of Investments -0- 171,572.88
Reduction of Current Liabilities -0- 4,087,75
$17,943.44 (1) $287,068.59
INCREASE/ (DECREASE) IN CASH 9,908.13 ( 59,801.19)
Cash. at Beginning of Period 9,546.42 79,255.74
CASH AT EID OF PERIOD 19,4,54.55 $ 19,454.55
(1) Total disbursement per check register $15,082.85
for April '
Increase in Current Liabilities 19.34
"Payroll Transfer Payments 2,860.59 2,879.93
Salary Reimbursement 1,609.91
Capital Expenditures 196.00 1,805.91
Operating Expenses $16,156.87
CHECK REGISTERS FOR PERIODS ENDING MARCH 31 1976 AND APRIL 30 1976-
"Upon motion of Commissioner Curry, seconded by Commissioner
Law and carried, the following Check Registers for the periods
ending March 31, 1976 and April 30, 1976 were approved:
WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY
Check Register Period Ending 03-31--76
Check No. Date Payee Purpose Amount
416 :2 Bank of Clearwater Withholding Taxes 1,121.80
417 Fla. Retirement System Retirement Funds 655.23
418 Social Security Ttust Fund Social Security 851.84
419 Justice Corp. Office Rent 640.42
420 3 Dimmitt Chevrolet Car Rental 185.00
421 Louis de la Parte, Jr. Legal Services 2,669.70.
422 General Telephone Co. Telephone. 376.14
423 U. S. Leasing Postage Equip. Rent 32.27
424 .Standard Oil Co. Gas 58.55
425 Alan's Office Equip. Office Supplies 2.52
426 PeliKan Office Products Office Supplies T47.68
427 Barmor Printing Stationary Supplies 79.50
428 Wagner Office Furniture Bookcase 117.00
429 Nancy Reichardt Travel 7.49
430 1 10 Dept. of State Advertising 14.00
431 U. S. Postmaster Postage 500.00
"* 432 Xerox Xerox Rental 5.30
433 Kelly Services Typist '. 91.20
"434 Alan's Office Equip. Office Supplies 18.10
435 Pitney Bowes Postage IMeter Rent 34.50
.436 Fla. Clipping Service Advertising 35.70
.437 Water Info. Center Reference Mat'l. 99.28
438 Agric. Climatology Reference Mat'l. 5.00
439 U.S. Geological Survey Reference Mat'l. 7.25
440 Fla. Resources Center Reference Mat'l. 25.00
441 Gustav Krayer Travel 4.58
442 Donald E. Dye Travel 7.14
5022 12 Richard J. Hesse Payroll 948.02
5023 Nancy D. Reichardt Payroll 222.17
5024 Walter Walker Payroll 617.35
5025 Donald Dye Payroll 433.70
5026 Shirley Chesser Payrpll 205.90
5027 Gustav Krayer Payroll 318.60
5028 Patricia A. Murray Payroll 114.85
5029 Patricia A. Murray Payroll 56.49
443 19 Public Library Reference Matt'l 2.00
444 Selbypic, Inc. Reference Mat'l. 20.47
445 Alan's Office Equip. Office Supplies 3,22
446 PeliKan Office Products Office Supplies 29.59
447 Blue Cross of Fla. Insurance 988.60
448 Amer. Soc. of Civil Eng. Reference Mat'l. 4.00
449 la. Bureau of Geology Reference Mat'l. 18.00
450 Georgia State Univ. Reference Iat.l. 3.00
451 IB BM Typewriter 693.00
452 Nancy Reichardt Travel 8.40
.453 Donald Dye Travel 33.54
454 -Donald Dye Travel 48.54
455 24 Al's Rental Service Furniture Rental 22.00
456 19 Law Book Department Reference Nat'l.. 39.00
5030 26 Richard J. HIesse Payroll 948.02
5031' 26 Nancy Reichardt Payroll 222.17
5032 Walter Walker .Payroll 617.35
5033 Donald Dye Payroll 433.70
5034 Shirley Chesser Payr611 .205.90
5035 Gustav Krayer Payroll 318.60
5036 Patricia Murray Payroll 103,53
457 30 Fla. Eng. Leg. Forum Registration 40.00
458 University of Fla. Registration 60,00
459 Bank of Clearwater Withholding Taxes 1,123.30
.460 Standard Oil Co. Gas 46.80
461 PeliKan Office Products Office Supplies.. 62.15
462 Justice Corp. Office Rent 640.42
463 Alan's Office Equip. Office Supplies 4.21
464 Fulmer Photo Service Reference -at'l. 22.00
465 Ernst & Ernst Accounting/Auditing 569.98
466 Bureau.Econ & Bus.. Res. Reference M-lat'l. 4.00
467 U. S. Leasing Postage Equip. Rent 32.27
468 Blue Cross of Fla. Insurance --519.04
469 U.S. Geological Survey Reference Mat'l. 13.50
470 Shirley Chesser. Travel 6.02
471 Donald Dye Travel & Ref. -lat'l. 18.34
472 us Krayer Travel 6.10
473 31 Louis de la. Parte to replace check P421
"which was lost-in -
"t" transit=. mountt same
"* + as previously shown
WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTiORITY .
Check Register Period Ending 04-30-76
Check NIo. Date Payee Purpose Lount
474 6 Fla. Retirement System Retircrnent Funds 675.47
475 Social Security Trust Fund Social Sucurity 878.18
476 8 Nicodemus Reporting Reference Miat'l. 330.00
5037 9 Richard J. Hesse Payroll 948.02
5038 Nancy D. Reichardt Payroll 222.17
5039 Walter Walker Payroll 617.35