Cityof Pelican Volunteer / Rescue Bay Fire

1300Pelican Circle Azle,TX 76020 ChiefPaulW. Stetzel 8L7-270-4264 March 2007

Badee# Name 3400 PaulStetzel

DrillTime

Jeff Leavell Colandra Leavell 3415 OPEN 34L6 JamesBerry 3417 OPEN 3418 Wayne Fox 34L9 Andy Dorsett 342Q OPEN

3401 3402 34L1 3412 34L3 34t4

Ravmond Wells MikeStark James Sparks JoeBerry

8.00 8.00 4.00 0.00 37.00
0.00

WorkDetail 46.00 22.04 24.00 0.00 20.00
10.00

Communitv Svc

0.00 0.00
47.O0

10.00 12.00 40.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 45.00 72.0O 16.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 15.00 0.00 33.00
8.00

OPEN Fox Colleen 3441 StasiHubbert 3442 SandraNegron 3443 AshleyPrince 3444 SueJohnson 3445 lerrvJohnson Total FireFighter/ ESS

342I 3422 3423 3440

Albrieht C.J. Christina Cortes

30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 190.00

TotalHours 54.00 30.00 28.00 0.00 57.00 10.00 L0.00 0.00 12.00 0.00 87.00 0.00 0.00 15.00 0.00 0.00 78.00 20.00 46.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
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City of Pelican BayVolunteerFire/ Rescue Explorer Post34 ActivityReport March 2007

Advisor JoeBerry Advisor Colleen Fox Advisor Wayne Fox Advisor Stasie Hubbert Badge Name # DrillTime 4.OO 3450J.Hubbert 4.00 3451A. Pritchett 6.00 3452T. Fox 6.00 3453C.Robertson 3454As.Guisinger 0.00 3455 R.Dorsett 0.00 4.00 3455B.Crumbley 3457BrettCrumbly 0.00 3458K.Biegler 5.00 3459Ar.Guisinger 0.00 3460D.Varner 6.00 M. 4.00 3461- Pritchett 3461C.Mitchell 4.00 Total Explorer 44.O0 WorkDetail 5.00 3.00 10.00 3.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 0,00 33.00 Community Svc TotalHours 9.00 7.00 16.00 9.00 0.00 0.00 7.OO 0.00 6.00 3.00 10.00 6.00 4.00

0.00

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PelicanBay, City of Income Statement For the Six Months Endins March 31. 2007 Current Month Actual Revenues PropertyTax Tax Verizon Franchise Awin/Trinity WasteFranchise SouthtelCable Tri-County Electric Ski-Wi InternetTower Rentals SalesTax Permits Mowing PoliceTraining Reno InterlocalAgreement Fire Department Donations F. D. Utility Billed Donations TarrantCo. Fire Department Fire Department Miscellaneous F.D. - FundRaisingIncome Fire Dept. GrantAwards Animal Control Donations Clinics Animal Vaccination Annual Registration Animal Impounds Animal RabiesQuarantine Grant Animal Neuter/Spay Fines/Warrants aourt TechnologyFees ilding Security Fees r rme PaymentEfficiencyFee SeizedPropertyFees Boat Launch Boat Stalls Ambulance Collections Interest Miscellaneous Returns& Allowances Policeimpoundfee Total Revenues

Month Current Budget (18,333.33) $ 0.00 (3,166.67) (350.00) (2s0.00) (1,083.33) (187.s0) (70.83) 0.00 (125.00) (s00.00) (62s.00) 0.00 (333,33) (2,500.00) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 (7,166.67) (166.67) (s0.00) (16.67) (166.67) (25.00) (83.33) 0.00 (s0.00) (8.33) 0.00 (2,500.00) (37,93 8.83)

Yearto Date Actual 33,622.85 461.24 87.08 0.00 19,023.58 0.00 I,558.88 2,030.25 0.00 808.62 0.00 3,844.3s 7,500.00 s79.40 (315.00) 2,272.06 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 65,631.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 482.50 0.00 0.00 45,162.32 0.00 23,624.54 206,374.12

Year to Date Budget (109, 999. 98)

37r.9s $ 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 230.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 7,452.75 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 30.00 0.00 2,440.85

( 1s5.s0) (2s.00)

(e33.00) (1s0.00) 0.00 (19,000.02) (2,100.00) (1,500.00) (6,499.98) (1,125.00) (424.e8) 0.00 (750.00) (3,000.00) (3,7s0.00) 0.00 (1,999.98) (15,000.00) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 (43,000.02) (1,000.02) (300.00) (100.02) (1,000.02) (1s0.00) (49e.98) 0.00 (300.00) (4e.e8) 0.00 (1s,000.00) (227,632.98)

r0,525.55

Costof Sales Total Cost of Sales GrossProfit Expenses ContractLabor Mowing Bank Charges Auto Gas& Oil Insurance Legal Fees orneyFees ,.--countingFees& Audit Legal Notices Elections Office Supplies

0.00

0.00

0.00 206,374.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 457.93 6,737.00 636.00 3,921.71 1,007.50 70.20 0.00 1,151.38

0.00 (227,632.98) 0.00 499.98 0.00 400.02 6,000.00 1,249.98 4,249.98 7,500.00 1,000.02 150.00 1,500.00

(37,938.83) 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 762.22 0.00 10.20 0.00 0.00 0.00 83.33 0.00 66.67 1,000.00 208.33 708.33 1,250.00 166.67 25.00 250.00

Only Purposes For Management

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PelicanBay, City of Income Statement For the Six Months EndingMarch 3 l, 2007

Computer& Software Postage EquipmentLease Building & Office Maitenance Social Security& Medicare Unemployment Taxes Tax Collection Fees AdministrationTelephones Insurance utilities Salaries Management Discretionary Incen Social Security& Medicare Ambulance Miscellaneous ConsultingFees Asphalt/Road Repair Signs Maintenance Lake PropertyPermit Mowing Dispatch Auto Gas & Oil P.D. Telephone Investigative Expenses ReturnedCheckCharges . Office Supplies r.D. WreckerService ComputerTechnology Fund ComputerSoftware Postage Auto Repairs& Maintenance Auto Lease Social Securityand Medicare Unemployment Tax P.D.Telephone Repeater Salary Chief P.D. Reserves Salary- Officers Social Securityand Medicare Equipment Equip. Purchases SeizedPropertyExpenditures Training Expense F.D. Gas& Oil F.D. - Fund RaisingExpense F.D. Dues& Subscriptions Fees F.D. Consulting Supplies Fire Department F.D. Bldg/Office Maint. Grant Match F.D. Utilities '. Building Maintenance .forms Equipment Fire Department Training Chief Salary

Current Month Actual 0.00 39.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4,653.77 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3,5 10.06 0.00 0.00 0.00 48.00 100.00 0.00 1,583.34 913.88 0.00 0,00 0.00 276.42 765,00 0.00 0.00 4.05 2,416.27 0.00 964.4s 0.00 53.00 0.00 3,461.52 200.00 5,855.73 0.00 894,51 0.00 0.00 350.00 452.59 0.00 0.00 0.00 246.65 0.00 0.00 70.59 0.00 0.00 2,293.69 0.00 450.00

Current Month Budget 125.00 50.00 148.00 208.33 87.25 7.08 391.67 191.67 0.00 9s8.33 I,140.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.33 250.00 250.00 41.67 8.33 0.00 0.00 3,166.67 1,083.33 41.67 125.00 0.00 208.33 0.00 41.67 0.00 t6.67 291.67 304.17 1,020.00 28.33 41.67 150.00 5,000.00 100.00 8,333.33 0.00 166.67 166.67 166.67 83.33 125.00 83.33 35.42 0.00 89.58 104.17 333.33 213.75 0.00 62.s0 1,3 86.00 131,25 450.00

Yearto Date Actual 3,100.00 234.00 740.00 2,769.10 135.76 682.r1 1,862.29 0.00 0.00 13,474.17 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 11,759.92 616.66 0.00 0.00 48.00 100.00 0.00 9,500.04 6,936.02 0.00 1,028.72 0.00 1,355.76 9,168.35 8s0.00 0.00 173.90 9,0s7.99 24,540.37 7,245.05 0.00 26s.00 105.00 28,846.00 800.00 46,641.69 0.00 3,432.47 266.98 0.00 411.00 815.60 1,285.90 373.40 0.00 558.36 961.86
5 ?5{ I?

1,177.09

26s.s8 0.00 9,822.94 0.00 2,700.00

Yearto Date Budget 750.00 300.00 888.00 t,249.98 523.s0 42.48 2,350.02 1,150.02 0.00 5,749.98 6,840.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 49.98 1,500.00 I,500.00 250.02 49.98 0.00 0.00 19,000.02 6,499.98 250.02 750.00 0.00 1,249.98 0.00 250.02 0.00 100.02 t,750.02 1,825.02 6,120.00 169.98 250.02 900.00 30,000.00 600.00 49,999.98 0.00 1,000.02 1,000.02 1,000.02 499.98 750.00 499.98 212.52 0.00 537.48 625.02 1,999.98 r,282.s0 0.00 375.00 8,3 16.00 787.50 2,700.00

For Management Purposes Only

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PelicanBay, City of Income Statement For the Six Months EndingMarch3l,2007

Fire Department Miscellaneous Social Security& MedicareTax Unemployment Taxes PersonnlRabiesVac Auto Gas and Oil Auto Repair& Maintenance Dues and Subscriptions Rabid Animal Testing Verterinarian RabiesQuarantin Office Supplies Postage ComputerExpenses Postage ContractLabor and KennelsMaintenance Equipm Animal Food Vaccines,Wormers,FfW Preventi Social Securityand Medicare Unemployment Telephone utilities Animal Control Expenditures Salaries Animal Control Contract Discretionary Incen Management P^r56nnsl Vaccination Rabies ning Expenses Membersh and lvrrscellaneous Legal FeeslBooks StateCourt Costs Offrce Supplies ComputerTechnologyFund Fund Building Security Time PaymentEfficiencyFund Postage Social Securityand Medicare Unemployment Judge Court Bailiff Court Clerk Attorney Court Prosecuting Total Expenses Net Income

Current Month Actual 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 200.00 0.00 338.64 0.00 0.00 809.52 0.00 0.00 0.00 s55.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 195.00 0.00 0.00 1,250.00 100.00 2,148.75 sr7.97
36,649.82

Current Month Budget 8.33 34.58 5.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 1,050.00 1,050.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 41.67 1,000.00 20.83
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16.67 t6.67 20.83 154.17 7.08 500.00 100.00 1,993.33 250.00
37,876.66 (75,815.49) $

Yearto Date Actual 363.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 200.00 0.00 338.64 0.00 0.00 809.52 0.00 0.00 0.00 555.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 63.96 0.00 0.00 0.00 810.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16,514.01 388.66 168.00 0.00 0.00 234.00 0.00 0.00 3,750.00 400.00 I I,885.50 2,t44.18
261,969.23

Yearto Date Budget 49.98 207.48 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 600.00 6,300.00 6,300.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 250.02 6,000.00 124.98 1,999.98 100.02 100.02 124.98 925.02 42.48 3,000.00 600.00 r1,959.98 1,500.00
227,259.96 (454,892.94)

(26,124.27) $

(55,595.11) $

Only Purposes For Management

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PelicanBay, City of Income Statement For the Six Months EndingMarch3l,2007 Current Month Actual Revenues Property Tax Verizon Franchise Tax Awin/Trinity WasteFranchise SouthtelCable Tri-County Electric Ski-Wi InternetTower Rentals SalesTax Permits Mowing PoliceTraining Reno InterlocalAgreement Fire Department Donations F. D. Utility Billed Donations Fire Department TarrantCo. Fire Department Miscellaneous F.D. - FundRaising Income Fire Dept. GrantAwards Animal Control Donations An i ma lV ac c inat ion n i c s Cli Annual Registration Animal Impounds Animal RabiesQuarantine Animal Neuter/Spay Grant Fines/Warrants rrt TechnologyFees .rldingSecurity Fees Time Payment EfficiencyFee SeizedPropertyFees Boat Launch Boat Stalls Ambulance Collections Interest Miscellaneous Returns& Allowances Policeimpoundfee Total Revenues

Current Month Budget (18,333.33) $ (l ss.50) (2s.00) 0.00 (3,166.67) (3s0.00) (2s0.00) (1,083.33) (187.50) (70.83) 0.00 (r 2s.00) (s00.00) (62s.00) 0.00 (333.33) (2,s00.00) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 (7,166.67) (166.67) (50.00) (16.67) (166.67) (2s.00) (83.33) 0.00 (50.00) (8.33) 0.00 (2,500.00)
(37,938.83)

Yearto Date Actual 33,622.85 46t.24 87.08 0.00 19,023.58 0.00 1,558.89 2,030.25 0.00 808.62 0.00 3,844.35 7,500.00 579.40 (31s.00) 2,272.06 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 65,631.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 482.50 0.00 0.00 4s,162.32 0.00 23,624.54 206,374.12

Yearto Date Budget (109,999.98)

37r.9s $ 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 230.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
1 45) 1\

(e33.oo) (rs0.00)
0.00 (19,000.02) (2,100.00) ( I ,500.00) (6,499.98) (l,125.00) (424.e8) 0.00 (750.00) (3,000.00) (3,7s0.00) 0.00 (l,999.98) (r s,000.00) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 (43,000.02) (r,000.02) (300.00) ( r 00.02) (l,000.02) (150.00)

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 30.00 0.00 2,440.85
lo 525 55

(4ee.e8)
0.00 (300.00) (4e.e8) 0.00 (1s,000.00) (227,632.98)

Costof Sales Total Cost of Sales GrossProfit Expenses ContractLabor Mowing Bank Charges Auto Gas & Oil Insurance I egal Fees crneyFees ,rccountingFees& Audit Legal Notices Elections Office Supplies

0.00 10,525.55 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 762.22 0.00 70.20 0.00 0.00

0.00 (37,938.83) 0.00 83.33 0.00 66.67 I,000.00 208.33 708.33 l,250.00 166.61 25.00 250.00

0.00 206,374.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 457.93 6,737.00 636.00 3,921.71 1,007.s0 70.20 0.00 1,r51.38

0.00 (227,632.98) 0.00 499.98 0.00 400.02 6,000.00 1,249.98 4,249.98 7,500.00 1,000.02 1s0.00 I,500.00

For Management Purposes Only

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PelicanBay, City of Income Statement For the Six Months EndingMarch3l,2007

Computer& Software Postage EquipmentLease Building & Office Maitenance SocialSecurity Medicare & Unemployment Taxes Tax CollectionFees AdministrationTelephones Insurance Utilities Salaries Management Discretionary Incen SocialSecurity Medicare & Ambulance Miscellaneous ConsultingFees Asphalt/Road Repair Signs Maintenance Lake Property Permit Mowing Dispatch Auto Gas & Oil P.D. Telephone InvestigativeExpenses ' 'urned CheckCharges r. Office Supplies P.D. WreckerService ComputerTechnology Fund ComputerSoftware Postage Auto Repairs& Maintenance Auto Lease Social Securityand Medicare Unemployment Tax P.D. Telephone Repeater Salary- Chief P.D. Reserves Salary- Officers Social Securityand Medicare Equipment Equip. Purchases SeizedPropertyExpenditures Training Expense F.D. Gas& Oil F.D. - Fund RaisingExpense F.D. Dues & Subscriptions F.D. Consulting Fees Fire Department Supplies F.D. Bldg/Office Maint. Grant Match F D. Utilities . Building Maintenance uniforms Fire Department Equipment Training Chief Salary

Current Month Actual 0.00 39.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4,653.77 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3,5 10.06 0.00 0.00 0.00 48.00 100.00 0.00 1,593.34 913.88 0.00 0.00 0.00 276.42 76s.00 0.00 0.00 4.05 2,416.27 0.00 964.45 0.00 53.00 0.00 3,461.52 200.00 5,855.73 0.00 894.51 0.00 0.00 350.00 4s2.59 0.00 0.00 0.00 246.65 0.00 0.00 70.59 0.00 0.00 2,293.69 0.00 450.00

Current Month Budget 125.00 50.00 148.00 208.33 87.25 7.08 391.67 191.67 0.00 958.33 1,140.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.33 250.00 250.00 41.67 8.33 0.00 0.00 3,166.67 1,083.33 41.67 12s.00 0.00 208.33 0.00 41.67 0.00 16.67 291.67 304.17 1,020.00 28.33 4t.67 1s0.00 5,000.00 100.00 8,333.33 0.00 166.67 166.67 166.67 83.33 125.00 83.33 35.42 0.00 89.58 104.17
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213.7 5 0.00 62.s0 1,386.00

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450.00

Yearto Date Actual 3,100.00 234.00 740.00 2,769.10 13s.76 682.11 1,862.29 0.00 0.00 13,474.17 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 11,759.92 616.66 0.00 0.00 48.00 100.00 0.00 9,500.04 6,936.02 0.00 1,029.72 0.00 r,355.76 9,168.35 850.00 0.00 r73.90 9,057.99 24,540.37 7,245.05 0.00 265.00 105.00 28,846.00 800.00 46,641.69 0.00 3,432.41 266.98 0.00 411.00 815.60 1,285.90 373.40 0.00 s58.36 961.86 5,255.12 1,177.09 265.58 0.00 9,822.94 0.00 2,700.00

Yearto Date Budget 750.00 300.00 888.00 l,24g.gg 523.s0 42.48 2,350.02 1,150.02 0.00 5,749.98 6,840.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 49.98 1,500.00 I,500.00 250.02 49.98 0.00 0.00 19,000.02 6,499.98 250.02 750.00 0.00 r,249.98 0.00 250.02 0.00 100.02 1,750.02 r,825.02 6,120.00 169.98 250.02 900.00 30,000.00 600.00 49,999.98 0.00 1,000.02 1,000.02 1,000.02 499.98 750.00 499.98 212.52 0.00 s37.48 625.02 1,999.98 1,282.50 0.00 375.00 8,3 6.00 r 787.50 2,700.00

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PelicanBay, City of Income Statement For the Six Months EndingMarch3l,2007

Fire Department Miscellaneous Social Security& MedicareTax Taxes Unemployment PersonnlRabiesVac Auto Gasand Oil Auto Repair& Maintenance Dues and Subscriptions Rabid Animal Testing RabiesQuarantin Verterinarian Office Supplies Postage ComputerExpenses Postage Contract Labor and Equipm KennelsMaintenance Animal Food Vaccines,Wormers,HW Preventi andMedicare SocialSecurity Unemployment Telephone utilities Animal Control Expenditures Salaries Animal Control Contract Incen Management scretionary Di 'sonnelRabiesVaccination and aining Expenses Membersh Miscellaneous Legal Fees/Books StateCourt Costs Office Supplies ComputerTechnologyFund Fund Building Security EfficiencyFund Time Payment Postage and Medicare SocialSecurity Unemployment Judge Court Bailiff Court Clerk Attorney Court Prosecuting Total Expenses Net Income

Month Current Actual 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 200.00 0.00 338.64 0.00 0.00 809.52 0.00 0.00 0.00 555.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 195.00 0.00 0.00 1,250.00 100.00 2,148.75 5r7.97
36,649.82 (26,124.27) $

Month Current Budget 8.33 34.58 5.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 1,050.00 l,050.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 41.67 1,000.00 20.83
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16.67 16.67 20.83 154.r7 7.08 500.00 100.00 1,993.33 250.00
37,876.66

Yearto Date Actual 363.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 200.00 0.00 338.64 0.00 0.00 809.52 0.00 0.00 0.00 s55.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 63.96 0.00 0.00 0.00 810.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16,54.01 I 388.66 r 68.00 0.00 0.00 234.00 0.00 0.00 3,750.00 400.00 I I ,885.50 2,144.18
261,969.23

Yearto Date Budget 49.98 207.48 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 600.00 6,300.00 6,300.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 250.02 6,000.00 124.98 1,999.98 100.02 r00.02 124.98 92s.02 42.48 3,000.00 600.00 I I,959.98 I,500.00 227,2s9.96 (4s4,892.94)

(7s,9rs.49) $

(s s , 5 9ls .) $ 1

Purposes Only For Management

PELICAN BAY POUCE DEpnnTMENT
1300 Pelican Circle, Pelican Bay, Texas 76020 Office-8174-184 Fax-817-444-818

MAR.CH 2OO7 ACTIYITY REPORT

OFFICER CITATIONS 150 7 176 6l 188 5 189 0 190 72 191 5

CODE 7

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TOTAL:

150

28

18

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Calls for Service: Accident:2 Alarm: 6 Assaultalready occurred:2 Agg Assault: 2 AssistFD: 6 AssistOLEA: 9 Criminal Mischief, 2 Burglary:9 person:1 Deceased Dog bite:2 Domestic Disturb: 17 DWI: 2 Escort:2 Fight in progress: I Hit and Run: 2 Housecheck:27 Hospitalcall: 3 Information call: 52 person:3 lntoxicated lnjuredperson: 3 lnvestigation (follow-up):36 call Meet Complainant:4 MentalIll Person: 2 MissingPerson:1 Opendoor: 2

Open window: 3 Parking Violation: 2 Prowler: 8 Robbery in Progress:0 Runaway: 1 Sex Assault: 1 Suspiciousperson/vehicle: I 2 911 hang-up: 5 Warrant arrests: 1l Officer Status: 140: 150: tn grant writing seminar 176: 188: 189: 190: L9 1 : Patrol Vehicles/Equipment Status: N/A Other: 1. FIREARMS QUALIF'ICATIONS: On Monday, April02, all officers of the police department qualified at the NAS base in Westworth. We had a firearms instructor from Dallas County ConstablesOffrce come out and help with qualifications. TCLEOSE requires that all Texas peace officers qualiff at least once a year and offtcers must score at to least a 70o/o pass. Our officers were required to scorea 90ohor better, which they all did. This is another areain offrcer qualifications where the Pelican Bay Police Department has raised the minimum standardsand required that our offlrcers exceed the minimum requirementslisted by TCLEOSE. 2. SCHOLARSHIIP FUND: We have began soliciting donationsfor our scholarship fund and are proud to announce that Marlyn Hawkins was the first person to make a donation. Regina Reed and Quality Towing has also made donations. We encourage everyone to donate to this firnd and we will announce the winning recipients soon! 3. CODE ENFORCEMENT: Four dumpsterswill be delivered to the water department (INSIDE FENCE) on Friday, Apil}7th. The dumpsterswill be there until Monday, April 30th. $45.00 per load (any load), must have a Pelican Bay water bill with name matching individual dumping load. The PD is exploring a new ordinancewhich would require owners of rental properties located inside Pelican Bay, to have the property/residence pass a code inspection prior to the property being available to rent. Mr. Bill Morren offered this idea to Chief Frankum

last Thursday. Mr. Morren andthe PBPD believesthe ordinancewill force property ownersto bring their propertiesup to codebeforebeing ableto collect rent on the properties,thus raising propertyvaluesand improving the way the communitylooks. 4. EASTER BASKETS: On the FridaybeforeEasterSunday, Chief Frankumhanded out 60 Easterbaskets the children of PelicanBay. Not only were 60 children very to gaveanotheropportunityfor the happyto receivethe Easterbaskets, the baskets but PelicanBay Police Department interactin a positive mannerwith the youth in our to town.

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NOTICE OF AN OPEN HEARING AND A MEETING OF THE GOVERNINGBODY OF PELICAN BAY MARCH IO"2OO7 I. CALLTOORDER P.M.

THE MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDERAT
2. ROLLCALLANDDECLARE QUORUM. SANDY RENEE JIMMY REGINA

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MEMBERS PRESENT. I DECLARE A QUORUM. WORKSHOPSESSION 6:30P.M. DISCUSSION CONSENTAGENDA OF DO I HAVE A MOTION FOR A SHORT RECESS?

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN ALDERMANTO VOTE: FOR BREAK IN MEETING P.M.

AND A SECONDBY OPPOSED

SESSION 6:45P.M. THE REGULAR MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER AT
3. PLEDGEOFALLEGIANCE:

P.M.

AT THIS TIME I'LL ASK

TO LEAD THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.

4. A.

CONSENTAGENDA: REVIEW AND APPROVETHE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES FOR THE PREVIOUSMEETINGS. AND A SECOND FROM ALDERMAN

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN

TO: VOTE:
5.

FOR

OPPOSED

ABSTAIN

MAYOR'S REPORT

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALD ERMAN AND A SECONDFROM ALDERMAN TO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED OBSTAIN

6.

FIRE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY REPORT.

CHIEF STETZEL WILL YOU PRESENT YOUR REPORT?

MAYIHAVEAMOTION? I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN _ ALDERMAN TO:

AND A SECONDFROM

VOTE:

FOR

OPPOSED

ABSTAIN

7. POLICE /CODE ENFORCEMENTACTIVITY REPORT. OFFICER SHEFFIELD WILL YOU PRESENTYOUR REPORT? M A Y I H AV EA M O T ION ?

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANALDERMAN TO: VOTE : _FOR__OPPOSED_ABSTAIN 8. WATERREPORT MAYIHAVEAMOTION?

AND A SECONDFROM

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANAND A SECONDFROM ALDERMAN TO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED ABSTAIN
9. AUDTORGARRY BUSH CENDESREPORT. M A YIH AV EA M O T ION ?

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANAND A SECONDFROM ALDERMAN TO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED ABSTAIN
IO. REVIEW REPORT ON THE CITY PARK PROGRESS. M A Y IH A VE AMOT ION ? I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANALDERMAN TO: AND A SECOND FROM

VOTE: _FOR__OPPOSED_ABSTAIN
11. REVIEW. DISCUSS AND APPROVEPURCHASEOF TANK MATERIALS. M AY IH A VE AMOT ION ? I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANALDERMAN TO: AND A SECOND FROM

VOTE: _FOR_QPPOSED_ABSTAIN 12. REVIEW, DISCUSSAND APPROVEPUBLIC WATER SYSTEMSTO HOLD CLASS@ CITY HALL.

M A Y IH AV EA M O T ION ?

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN AND A SECOND FROM ALDERMANTO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED ABSTAIN 13. REVIEW, DISCUSSAND APPROVETHE RESOLUTION TO ADD PATTY NEAL, SANDY TOLBERT, THOMAS REED, AND REGINA REED TO BE PLACED ON SIGNATURE CARD FOR ALL CITY ACCOUNTS. MAYIHAVEAMOTION? I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANALDERMAN TO: VOTE : _FOR__OPPOSED_ABSTAIN AND A SECONDFROM

14. REVIEW, DISCUSSAND APPROVETHE REMOVEL OF RENEE MCWHORTER OFF OF SIGNATURE CARDS FOR ALL THE CITY ACCOUNTS. MAYIHAVEAMOTION? I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN AND A SECONDFROM ALDERMANTO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED ABSTAIN 15. DISCUSS AND APPROVE THE STUDY FOR FLOOD INSURANCEFOR THE CITY AND CITZENS FROM FEMA. MAYIHAVEAMOTION?
I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANALDERMAN TO: AND A SECOND FROM

VOTE:

FOR

OPPOSED

ABSTAIN

16. REVIEW AND APPROVE TO ACCEPT THE RESIGNATIONOF OFFICER KENNY WILSON A RESERVE. MAYIHAVEAMOTION? I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN AND A SECONDFROM ALDERMAN TO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED ABSTAIN 17. EXECUTIVE SESSION PURSUANTTO SECTTON 551.074, PERSONNELMATTERS, TO DELIBRATE THE APPOINTMENT,EMPLOYMENT, EVALUATION, REASSIGNMENT,DUTIES, DISCPLINE OR SIDMISSAL OF A PUBLIC OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE. TO-WIT: AMANDA BAILEY. MIKE STARK. PATTY NEAL. MAY I HAVE A MOTION TO ADJOURNIN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION. AND A SECONDFROM I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANTO: ALDERMAN ABSTAIN VOTE: _FOR__OPPOSED

MAY I HAVE A MOTION TO RECONVENEIN TO REGULAR SESSION.

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMANAND A SECOND FROM ALDERMAN TO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED ABSTAIN
18. ACTION ON ANY MATTER LISTED F'ORDELIBERATION IN THE EXECUTIVE SESSION.

I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN AND A SECOND FROM TO: ALDERMANVOTE: FOR OPPOSED ABSTAIN 19. CITIZENPARTICIPATION. 20. ADJOURNMENT. MAY I HAVE AMOTION TO ADJOURNTHIS MEETING? I HAVE A MOTION FROM ALDERMAN ALDERMANTO: VOTE: FOR OPPOSED AND A SECONDBY

ABSTAIN

THIS MEETING IS ADJOURNEDAT

P.M.

PELICAN BAY POUCE DEPNNTMENT
1300 Pelican Circle, Pelican Bay, Texas7ffi20 Ofhce-817444;12i4 Fax-877-444418

MARCH 2OO7 ACTIVITY REPORT

OF'FICER CITATIONS 150 7 176 6l 188 5 189 0 190 72 191 5

CODE 7

MISD

FELOI\"Y

20
I

TOTAL:

150

28

18

6

Calls for Service: Accident: 2 Alarm:6 Assaultalreadyoccurred:2 Agg Assault: 2 AssistFD: 6 AssistOLEA: 9 Criminal Mischief: 2 Burglary:9 person:I Deceased Dog bite: 2 DomesticDisturb: 17 DWI:2 Escort: 2 I Fight in progress: Hit and Run: 2 Housecheck:27 Hospitalcall: 3 Inforrnationcall:52 person: lntoxicated 3 Iqiured person: 3 lnvestigation (follow-up):36 call Meet Complainant: 4 Mental Ill Person:2 MissingPerson: 1 Opendoor: 2

Openwindow: 3 ParkingViolation: 2 Prowler:8 0 Robberyin Progress: Runaway:1 SexAssault:1 12 person/vehicle: Suspicious hang-up:5 911 Warrantarrests:I I Officer Status: 140: 150: In grantwriting seminar 176: 188: 189: 190: 191: : Status Patrol Vehicles/Equipment N/A Other: l. FIREARMS QUALIFICATIONS: On Monday,April02, all officersof the police qualified at the NAS basein Westworth. We had a firearmsinstructorfrom department patlas CountyConstables Offrcecomeout andhelp with qualifications.TCLEOSE scoreat requiresthat all Texaspeaceofficers qualifu at least oncpa@and offrcersn_rust to pass.Our officerswererequired scor{a 90/or better,which they all leait a 71Voto wherethd?elicanBay Police areain officer qualifications did. This is another the that our officersexceed and standards required has Department raisedthe minimum listedby TCLEOSE. minimumrequirements for 2. SCHOLARSHIP FUND: We havebegansolicitingdonations our scholarship wasthe first personto makea that fund and areproud to announce Marlyn Hawkins ReginaReedandQualityTowing hasalsomadedonations.We encourage donation. the to everyone donateto this fund and we will announce winning recipientssoon! to will 3. CODE ENFORCEMENT: Fourdumpsters be delivered the waterdepartment will (INSIDE FENCE)on Friday, Apil}7th. The dumpsters be thereuntil Monday,April 30th.$45.00per load (anyload),musthavea PelicanBay waterbill with namematching individual dumpingload. The PD is exploring a new ordinancewhich would requireownersof rental properties prior to pass locatedinsidePelicanBay,to havetheproperty/residence a codeinspection to the propertybeingavailable rent. Mr. Bill Morrenofferedthis ideato Chief Frankum

r

last Thursday. Mr. Morren andthe PBPD believesthe ordinance will force property ownersto bring their propertiesup to codebeforebeing ableto collect rent on the properties, thus raising properlyvaluesand improving the way the communitylooks. | I I (
\

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4. EASTER BASKETS: On the FridaybeforeEasterSunday, Chief Frankumhanded out 60 Easterbaskets the children of PelicanBay. Not only were 60 childrenvery to happyto receivethe Easterbaskets, the baskets gaveanotheropportunityfor th; but neUcan Bay Police Department interactin a positive mannerwith the youth in our to town. .

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0 3 /0 L/ 2007 14: 40 F A X 8 1 7 6 2 5 5 5 7 1

LAW OFC OF BILL LANE

+ PELICAN BAY

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BILL LANE Attorneyand Counselor Law at
Msrcif, Bartula Lane Alme Roden Legal Assi,ttutts Brcnda Rhudlt Legal Asslstant

t e44-200 |

March1"2007

Yie f*xEl7-444-7.725 Sandy Tolbert Mayor Pro Terrr City of PelicaflBay 1300Pelican Circle Pelican Bay. TX 760?0 DearSandy: Pursuant our discussion Tuesday to la.st eveni,ng, am requesting pay be increased my I to $750per month. ln ths scveral y'ears beenappointed Pclical Bay I haveneverhad I've in a pay increase. I look foru'ardto working with you in an effort to addrcss ma.oy the concern.s facc that our city.

Municipal Judge Citvof Pelican Bav

LAWOFFICE -l'heCodyBuilding in the HistoricFort Wonh Srockl,ards 22 I W. Exchange Ave. r Suite#3 t 3 r Fort Worrh,Texas76 I 6/l r 8t?.625.5570 Fax: 8l7.62S.Si7l rEmsit; bill_lune@5hcgtohflt.nrr

02 /1 5 /2 001

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R. Jarnes I[i l son
Attorney at Law
410 Mallick Tower ono SummitAvo Fort Worth, Texas76102 phone: (81Z)335_3946 Fax: ieiZltSZ_nge jwilsonlawyor@gmail.oom Bmar..l:

Education california western school of Law, SanDiego, catrifornia ' -Ju ri s D o cto ra te , lg8g r The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas -Bachelor of Arts Degfeein speechcommunication, tgTB t/I/ng} - 12/3r/2006

Experience J u dg e i n th e 3 7 l o t D i srrict Cour t ' I n tw e l ve ye a rs I p re si ded over ever y type of c r i mi n a l ca se , fro m mi sdem oanor s capilal death to p e n a l ty ca se s. ' JamesR. Wilson, Attorney at Law, sole practitioner Pr a cti o i n g i n mo st a re a s of law, with heaviest ornphasis criminal cases. on Licenses L i c en se dto p ra cti ce l a w in the state of Texas ' ' '

II/Z/lgBg12/37/1994

L i c en se di n th e F e d e ra l Cour ts for the Nor ther nDistr ict of Texas C e f ti fi e d i n F a rn i l vMe d iation

Conrn. Unitv Board of Directors, TexasGirls Choir ' > C h a i rma n f Ma n sfi e l dL a wEnfor cem ent o CenterPoIicy and Review ' Committee member the Cowtown of 0ptimists

Awards
' Re cipient of the Universit y o f T e x a s a t A rlin g t o n Dis t in g u is h e d A lu n n i Award, School of Liberal Arts, 2002.

Re fer e n ce s Ava ila b le upon request

THE CITY OF PELICAII BAY VOLUNTBER FIRE / RESCUE 13OO PELICANCIRCLE,AZLE, TEXAS 76020 pHoNE (817)444-1234 FAX (817)444-272s PAUL W STETZEL. Fire Chief
MARCH2OO7 TO : TI{E CITY COUNCIL RE: FEBRUARY 2OO7ACTIVITIES I 1) DRILLS FOR MONTH OF FEBRUARY
OVER HAUL HOSEDRILL RADIO COMMUNICATION WENT TO BRIAR FOR TRAINING

2) FLIND RAISERSFOR MONTH OF FEBRUARY
NO FUND RAISER

3) OTI{ER ACTIVITIES FOR FEBRUARY
A) 2 FIRE FIGHTERSAND 2 ESSMEMBERSARE CURRENTLYENROLLED IN ECA COURSEAT MINERAL WELLS B) WORKTNGON FrRE STATTON C) ECA ATTENDANTS ARE NOW CPNQUALIFIED 4) OTHER TNFORMATTON: A) WE WILL BE ATTENDING FIRE SCHOOLIN PARKERCOUNTY 3tr0-tt/07 B) WE ARE CONTINUING TRAINING WITH BR.IAR. C) PLANS FOR TRAINING WITH AZLE IN THE WORKS D) ECA SCHOOLENDS 4n0t07
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THE CITY OF PELICAN BAY FIRE/RESCTIE CITY COUNCIL REPORT FEBRUARY 2OO7 FIREFIGHTER HOURS NAME /BADGE 34OO PAUL STETZEL 34OIRAYMOND WELLS 3402 DRILL 4 8

WORK DETAIL 27
l3

COMMLINITY SERVICE

TOTAL
31 2l

3403 3404 3405
3406 3407

3408
3409 3410 3411JAMES SPARKS 34T2JOEBERRY 3413JEFFLEAVELL 3414C.LEAVELL
3415

11

13

8

32

3416JAMESBERRY 3418 FOX W 3419A DORSETT 3420 3421CJ ALBRIGHT 3422C CORTES

4 15 27

8 8

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50

7

7

TOTAL FIREFIGHTER HRS

49

80

24

153

CITY OF'PELICAN BAY VOLUNTEER FIRE/ RESCUE MONTHOF FEBRUARY
CALL REPORT
DATE OF CALL TYPE OF CALL HAZMATIPROPANE LEAK EMS
EMS

TIME SPENT ON CALL 45 MINUTES 35 MINUTES IO8MINUTES 20 MINUTES 23 MINUTES 9 MINUTES 34 MINUTES 20 MINUTES 36 MINUTES 20 MINUTES 16MINUTES
26 MINUTES

2tU07 2t3t07
213107

2/4t07 2t5t07
216107 2/7/07

EMS OTHER/SMELL OF SMOKE

MUTUAL AID nytv
EMS CITIZENASSISTANCE
EMS EMS

2nU07 2/r2/07
2/t2/07

2/r2t07
2/13/07 2/13/07

EMS
EMS

EMS CITIZENASSIST/LOCK OUT

20 MINUTES 12MINUTES

2/ts/07
2/t7/07 2/t9/07

PUBLICASSIST/LOOSEHORSES 20 MINUTES
EMS

28 MINUTES 47 MINUTES 23 MINUTES 35 MINUTES 56 MINUTES 28 MINUTES 202MINUTES 186MINUTES 213MINUTES 54 MINUTES 28 MINUTES 40 MINUTES 1227MIAIUTES

2t19t07
2/20/07 2/23/07

EMS
GRASS EMS

2123t07 2/23t07
2124/07

HAZMATIPROPANELEAK
EMS

MUTUAL AID MUTUAL AID MUTUAL AID MUTUAL AID/GRASS MUTUAL AID/GRASS EMS CITIZEN/POLICE ASSIST

2/24t07
2/24/07

2t26t07
2/27/A7 2/27/07
TOTAL MINUTES

CALL BREAK DOWN EMS= 14EMS GRASS: I GRASS IIAZMAT:?HAZI$AT CITIZEN ASSIST: 3 ASSISTS MUTUAL AID:6 MUTUAL AIDS OTIIER: 1 SMELL OF SMOKE TOTAL TIME 1227MINUITS = 20 HOITRS 27 MIFIUIES

PAGE 1 THE CITY OF PELICAN BAY FIRE/RESCUE CITY COT]NCIL REPORT FEBRUARY 2OO7 ESS STAFF NAME BADE 3440 COLLEENFOX 3441STASIHUBBERT 3442S.NEGRON 3443ASHLEY PRINCE 3444SUEJOHNSON 3445J. JOHNSON TOTAL DRILL 15
ll

WORK DETAIL

COMMTJNITY SERVICE 8 8 8

TOTAL

27

50 t9 23
7 8 8

15 7
8

8 64 27 24

115

TOTAL FIRE /RESCUE HOURS 268 HOURS FIREFIGHTER 153TIOT]RS ESS 115HOURS

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CITY OF PELICAN BAY VOLI.INTEER FIRE/ RESCUE

EXPLORERPOST34
ADVISORJOE BERRY ADWSORCOLLEENFOX FOX ADWSORWAYNE ADWSORSTASIEHUBBERT ACTIWTIES REPORT FEBRUARY 2OO7 NAME iBADGE #

DzuLL

WORK DETAIL

COMMUNITY SERVICE/FUND RAISER 8 8 8 8

TOTAL HOURS

3450J. HUBBERT 345I A. PRITCHETT 3452T. FOX 3453C. ROBERTSON 3454A.GUISINGER 3455R. DORSETT 3456B. CRUMBLEY 3457BRETT CRUMBLY 3458K. BIEGLER 3459A.GUISINGER 3460D VARNER
3461C. MITCHELL

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EXPLORER TOTALS

88

80

168

DRILLS FOR FEBRUARY trNCL{IDES: OVERHAIJI, RADIO COMMUNICATION HOSEDzuLL UF'COh,IINCEVEi.IT.S : EXFLORERGARAGE SALE *ATE FENDiidC
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"PaulStetzel"<paul@rockinsqtrhorses.com> 'CityPelican Bay"<pelicanbay.cityof@verizon.net> - Friday, March02,2007 6:00pM Executive Session Request of Pelican Volunteer City Bay Fire/Rescue

I am wanting to be placed on the agendato discussapproval for next city council meeting Michael Paul Stark Application -- Paul W Stetzel Fire Chief City of Pelican Bay Volunteer Fire/Rescue

3/5/2007

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