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  County Administrator's Report     11. 26.    
BCC Regular Meeting Budget & Finance Consent  
Meeting Date: 10/06/2016  
Issue:    Reallocation of Capital Improvement Program Funds
From: Joy D. Blackmon, P.E.
Department: Public Works  
CAO Approval:

RECOMMENDATION:
Recommendation Concerning the Reallocation of Capital Improvement Program Funds - Joy D. Blackmon, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board approve the reallocation of funds from the Capital Improvement Program to fund other priority infrastructure projects, totaling $341,206, as follows:

FROM:
Description District Amount Description
E Street 3 $125,000 Estimate for Design and Construction of this project is $275,000; Current Project balance $400,000; Remainder is $125K
Animal Shelter 3 $96,747 Project complete
Lincoln Park 3 $10,126 Project in construction; balance in project not needed
Maplewoods Drainage 3 $9,431 Project complete
Wingfoot 3 $1,815 Project complete
Sidewalks 3 $13,535 This box fund is utilized for Sidewalks throughout the County
Third and Winthrop 2 $84,552 Project complete.

TO:
Description District Amount Description
Ensley Drainage - Caro Pond 3 $256,654 The low bid for this project came in at $1,453,000. Current balance in Project is $1,196,346.  The project involves drainage improvements to the existing Caro Pond (aka Mayflower Pond) basin located in the Ensley community in Escambia County.  The main project area consists of the existing Caro Pond, Caro Street from Caro Pond east to Palafox Street, a small segment of Orange Avenue just south of Caro Street, Rawls Avenue from Caro Pond south to Ensley Street, Ensley Street from Rawls Avenue to Pond Avenue, and Pond Avenue from Ensley Street to Devane Street.
Gulf Beach Highway 2 $84,552 FDOT Local Agency Program Agreement. Additional funding needed to account for FDOT's portion of the project costs. This project consists of repairing failures along a storm pipe route on Gulf Beach Highway between Ponte Verde Road and Longwood Drive that occurred during the April 2014 flood event. This project is ready for construction to begin.

[Funding Source:  Fund 352, "Local Option Sales Tax III," Account 210107]
BACKGROUND:
Escambia County Public Works staff requests the Board's approval to transfer $341,206 from the various projects to the projects described below:
Description District Amount Description
Ensley Drainage - Caro Pond 3 $256,654 The low bid for this project came in at $1,453,000. Current balance in Project is $1,196,346.  The project involves drainage improvements to the existing Caro Pond (aka Mayflower Pond) basin located in the Ensley community in Escambia County.  The main project area consists of the existing Caro Pond, Caro Street from Caro Pond east to Palafox Street, a small segment of Orange Avenue just south of Caro Street, Rawls Avenue from Caro Pond south to Ensley Street, Ensley Street from Rawls Avenue to Pond Avenue, and Pond Avenue from Ensley Street to Devane Street.
Gulf Beach Highway 2 $84,552 FDOT Local Agency Program Agreement. Additional funding needed to account for FDOT's portion of the project costs. This project consists of repairing failures along a storm pipe route on Gulf Beach Highway between Ponte Verde Road and Longwood Drive that occurred during the April 2014 flood event. This project is ready for construction to begin.
BUDGETARY IMPACT:
No budgetary impact occurs. Funding is currently available in Fund 352, "Local Option Sales Tax III", Account 210107.
LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS/SIGN-OFF:
N/A
PERSONNEL:
N/A
POLICY/REQUIREMENT FOR BOARD ACTION:
Scheduling and prioritization of capital improvement projects is at the discretion of the Board.
IMPLEMENTATION/COORDINATION:
N/A

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