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City of Indio

Agenda Report

TO:

GLENN D. SOUTHARD, CITY MANAGER

FROM:

PAUL IRELAND, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
ROY STEPHENSON, RE., PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

DATE:

MAY 4, 2005

SUBJECT: AMENDMENT OF CITY CODES SETTING DEVELOPMENT FEES
SUMMARY
Many development fees within the City have not been increased since 1985. It is crucial
that such fees be updated immediately so that they support the level of facilities such as
parks, road, public safety and water improvements needed by residents of the City's new
developments. The intensity of development makes this action vital for health, safety and
welfare at this time. Approximately 5200 building permits were issued in 2004; 6500 are
anticipated in 2005. For example, such improvements include the construction of
additional water distribution facilities, approved on the April 20, 2005, agenda;
implementation of the 2005 Storm Drain Master Plan, road repair and installation of
parks to serve new development.
These fee increases need to be coupled with 2 other changes in City process: 2) hereafter
fee increases will occur annually utilizing the Engineering News Record Construction
Cost Index — Los Angeles; and 2) residential development fees also will be collected
concurrent with final map recording to repay the City for amounts already being
expended for such projects. Finally, staff will be preparing a more comprehensive update
of all development fees for presentation and action within the next 60 to 90 days.
The attached spread sheet shows the fee adjustments requested at this time.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends that the City Council do the following:
1. Adopt the April 2002, Capital Impact Fee Study with updating materials;
implementing new fees effective
2. Adopt Urgency Ordinance No.
immediately;
and schedule for second reading;
3. Introduce Ordinance No.
4. Direct staff to prepare a comprehensive and expanded fee study to insure that
the level of development fees is appropriate for the costs of the improvements
needed.

ITEM NO. 3

ANALYSIS:
Staff proposes increases in the following fees on both commercial and residential as
explained more fully below: storm drains; roads, bridges and thoroughfares; traffic
signals; park and public buildings; police and fire facilities and water facilities. As also
explained below, development fees must have a nexus to the facility for which they are
charged and the benefit from that facility must be roughly proportional to the amount of
the fee. (AB 1600, Dolan v. City of Tigard).
The storm drain, road, traffic signal, park and public buildings and police and fire
development fees were reviewed and revised in the Capital Impact Fee Study ("Fee
Study") provided by RR Brown & Co., LLP in April, 2002. At that time, the Council did
not adopt that Fee Study for these fees. As explained below, Staff again has reviewed the
Fee Study and believes it supports the increase of such fees to the levels recommended in
2002 as supplemented by additional information.
The Fee Study also recommends that such fees be increased annual based upon the
Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index — Los Angeles ("ENR"). The ENR is
the best indicator of construction industry costs because it is specific as to City and
includes costs of both labor and construction materials. We propose an automatic
increase to be included in the ordinance. In addition, in certain cases such as water capital
fees the ENR has been used to update the 2002 fees as well. The ENR increases are as
follows: 2002- 2.4%; 2003 — 1.7% and 2004 — 8.8%.
Storm Drain Fees: The 1985 storm drain fee was set at $500/gross acres. Based
on the drainage projects enumerated in the 2002 report, that amount was increased to
$6320/gross acre or $1,580/single family residence at 4 houses/acre. The City now has
prepared its Storm Drain Master Plan (2005) and has compared the projects enumerated
there affecting new development with the list prepared in 2002. While the projects
generally remain the same, the costs since 2002 have increased tremendously, in large
part due to an almost 300 % increase in the cost of concrete. For this reason, Staff can
confirm that the amount set in 2002 meets the legal tests for nexus and rough
proportionality. That amount has been increased pursuant to the ENR to $7160.89 for a
single family residence. The City Council soon will be asked to adopt the Storm Drain
Master Plan which identifies a schedule for the installation of such improvements.
Roads, Bridges & Thoroughfares Fees: The 2002 study recalculated these fees
based on a list of local road projects not funded by the TUMF fee. Based upon that study,
the fee for a single family residence increased from $300 to $610. Staff has compared the
projects listed there to current projects for local roads and has found that the projects
generally are the same. Therefore, in order to compensate for increased costs of materials
such as concrete, steel and asphalt, staff has adjusted the fee based upon the ENR. The
new fee per single family residence is $691.16.

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Traffic signal fees: The Fee Study revised traffic signal fees from $50/parking
space to $22/single family residence and $2.21/trip for all others. The trip information
will be based upon estimated trips in any traffic study and ITE trip generation factors.
These amounts have been increased according to the ENR and now are as follows:
$24.93/SFR and $2.50/trip for all others.
Park and Public Buildings Fees: The 2002 report notes that there are 1985 capital
impact fees which may be used 43% for parks and 57% for public buildings. The report
recommended the addition of Quimby Act fees, which were adopted by the City and now
are found at City Code Section 156.130. Quimby fees generally are used for acquisition
of park land and will be examined separately. The 43% of these capital impact fees
finance park capital facilities (as opposed to land) not covered by Quimby Act fees.
At this time, staff recommends that non-Quimby park fees be separated from
public building capital impact fees. The new non-Quimby park capital impact fee would
be $1986, which would be used for park improvements (as opposed to land acquisition)
as described in the report prepared by Paul Ireland. The public building capital impact
fee would remain at $350, increased by the ENR to $396.57; this amount will be updated
when additional study has been completed confirming the costs of a new City Hall,
animal shelter and similar public buildings as those may be attributed to new
development.
Police and Fee Facilities: The Fee Study recommended that the Police and Fire
Departments review the 1995 Berryman & Henigar report to confirm that the costs
utilized for the fees are acceptable. Police and Fire have done so. The Fee Study then
added 15% to each fee to account for the increase in the ENR between 1995 and 2002
resulting in a fee per single family residence of $ 487.21 for fire and $83.85 for police.
These fees will be updated again in the comprehensive fee study which will address
identified needs for new fire stations and police substations to serve developing areas of
the City.
Water Capital Impact Fee: The Council adjusted water capital impact fees in 2001
and therefore the Fee Study simply referenced that increased fee. Therefore, water capital
impact fees will be increased only by the ENR for the 3 years since adoption of those
fees. The water capital impact fees are $3025.25 for a single family residence in North
Indio and $2492.71 in South Indio.
Based on the recommendation in the Fee Study, we also have provided that development
fees will increase automatically based upon the ENR.
Finally, under Govt. Code Section 66007(b), the City may advance the time residential
building fees are collected from the time of building permit to concurrent with recording
of the final map when one of two determinations can be made: (1) the local agency
deteimines that the fees or charges will be collected for public improvements or facilities
for which an account has been established and funds appropriated by the City Council
(i.e. budgeted) and for which the local agency has adopted a proposed construction

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schedule or plan prior to final inspection or issuance of the certificate of occupancy or (2)
the fees or charges are to reimburse the local agency for expenditures previously made.
In the case of water fees, the City Council entered into a contract for

an enhanced distribution system at its April 20, 2005, meeting. Therefore, we also have
provided that rather than being paid at the time building permits are pulled (which means
fees are paid in batches along with the permits) all such fees will be due concurrent with
the recording of the final map. For projects where a map has recorded before the date of
this ordinance and thus without payment of fees, such fees will continue to be collected at
the time building permits are pulled.
FINANCIAL REVIEW
This increase in development fees will result in an estimated increase in the overall
capital impact fees for a typical single family residence in Indio of approximately $ 4500/
house. At present, there are approximately 30,000 units which will be subject to the
increased fees.
In comparison, fees in the surrounding cities are considerably lower than those in Indio as
shown by the attached spread sheets prepared by Pacific Municipal Consultants.
PUBLIC NOTICE PROCESS
State law specifies the process for the immediate increase of development fees. The City
is allowed to adopt an interim urgency ordinance, good for 30 days, which ordinance is
effective immediately. The fee increased has been noticed in a newspaper of general
circulation as required by state law. The Fee Study has been made available at City Hall
as well. The non-urgency ordinance will take effect 60 days from the date of its adoption
and thus the interim urgency ordinance will be extended one time after additional notice
COORDINATION WITH THE DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY:
A copy of the 2002 Fee Study and of this staff report has been provided to the BIA.
COMMISSION REVIEW
N/A
ALTERNATIVES TO STAFF RECOMMENDATION
1. Continue the item to request additional information or studies.
2. Take no action.
3.Leave fees at their current levels.

Submitted by:

G7
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Inter Community Development Director

Public Works Director

Reviewed by:

(4,0,a-vd--yJ
Kelly Smith
Interim Finance Director

Elizabeth Martyn
Assistant City Attorney

Attachments (made part of the hearing record)
2002 Fee Study
2005 Storm Drain Master Plan
Updates to 2002 Project lists
Memo from Paul Ireland re calculation of park fees
Fee comparison charts prepared by Pacific Municipal Consultants

City of Indio
April 27, 2005

TO:

File

FROM:

Paul Ireland, Interim Community Development Director

SUBJECT: Park Improvement Impact Fees
A Master Plan of Parks and Recreation was submitted to the City on November
29, 2001 and subsequently adopted by the City. This Master Plan is the basis for
the calculation of the Park Improvement Impact Fee.
The Master Plan projects the additional improved park needs of the City based
on population increases through the year 2020. The City's population at the time
the Master Plan was prepared was 51,600. The City's estimated population in
the year 2020 is 90,306.
A finding of the Master Plan states that the City should maintain a minimum of 3
acres of improved parkland for each 1,000 residents so as to provide for a
reasonable level of community health and welfare. The study further identifies
that the City has only 49 acres of parks. Based on a recommended ratio of
3ac/1000 population the City has an existing deficit of 105 acres. A further
finding of the plan is that there is a need for a total of 270 acres of parkland at the
final year of the Master Plan (2020).
I have reviewed the Master Plan with current information, as noted above. The
Master Plan identifies significant park needs arising from new development which
needs are not addressed by Quimby fees. Such needs would be addressed with
this separate park improvement impact fee.
In developing a park improvement impact fee, State law precludes utilizing either
existing parkland or deficit acreage in calculating a park impact fee. Therefore
the impact fee is based on 270 acres of park need identified in the report minus
the City's 49 existing acres and minus the existing deficit of 105 acres thus
resulting in 116 acres. The improvement costs for each acre of parkland are
calculated as S150,000.00 per acre in 2001 dollars. Updating the 2001 costs to
2005 dollars was performed by using the industry standard for calculating
inflation — the Engineer News Record (ENR). The current improvement fee
adjusted to 2005 dollars is $169,958.00.
Based on the Study the population of the City is expected to increase by 38,706
by the year 2020. The City estimates the average household size is 3.9 persons.

Therefore, 38,706 persons/3.9 persons per household = 9,925 new dwelling units
through the year 2020.
The total improvement cost for the 116 acres is $19,715,103 ($169,958 x 116).
The per unit cost for park improvements cost is $1986.00 per unit
($19,715,103/9,925).

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INDIO AREA IMPACT FEE SUMMARY 3-16-05

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Coachella
Indian Wells
Indio
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La Cuinta
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Rancho Mirage
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Palm Desert
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Palm Springs
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$794/du
NA
$794/du
$794/du
varies

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$975/edu
$300/du
$250/KSF
$1098/du
up to $2116/KSF
$906/du
up to $1583/KSF

$50/parking sp
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$147/du
up to $294/KSF

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$150/KSF
$2489/edu
$438/du
up to $263/KSF
$785/du
up to $127/KSF
$4000/du
$900/KSF

$794/du
varies

.25% of value

25% of value
.5% of value

varies
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$1896/lot
$350/du
$100/KSF
$502/du
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$1308/du
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$500/ac

up to $4000/space
$1792/du

$8471du

Notes:
1) Based upon survey of building permit fees; may not include all final map development impact fees.
2) Excludes fees from special districts, such as water districts
3) TUMFis the Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee collected by cities and transferred to the Coachella Valley Assn of Governments
4) Included with Fire/Police/Public Buildings
5) Bike paths for Rancho Mirage are included in Transportation for summary purposes.
6) Cathedral City transit is based upon frontage along major/arterial roadways

$600/ac

$83/du
$650/du
up to $99/KSF up to $130/KSF

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$600/ac
$600/ac

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up to $9212/acre
up to $4354/du
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up to $1651/du

IMPACT FEES

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Indian Wells
Indio
La Quinta
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Palm Springs
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794
794

375
975
300
1098
906

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147
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438
785
4000

538
538
538

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1792

566

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Based upon a 2500 sf wood framed single-family home on 7500 sf lot.
Valuation is assumed to be $86/sf for fee comparison purposes. Actual valuation will vary by jurisdiction.
NA = not available for this summary
Cathedral City, Coachella, Palm Desert and Palm Springs excluded in average for Park/Quimby Fees
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ORDINANCE No.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO
AMENDING SECTIONS 33.066, 33.067, 33068, 33.070, 54.132 and 156.045 AND
ADDING SECTION OF THE INDIO CITY CODE TO INCREASE VARIOUS
DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES AND DECLARING THE URGENCY
THEREOF

1. The City Council of the City of Indio finds as follows:
A. Indio has not updated its development impact fees, some of which were
determined as long ago as 1985; and
B. Specifically, the storm drain fee; roads, bridges and thoroughfare fees,
traffic signal fees, non-Quimby park and public building fees; police and
fire facilities fees and street lighting fees were last set in 1985 or 1997;
and
C. In 2002, the City received a study reviewing some such fees, describing
the manner in which each increase was necessary to provide facilities to
the development charged the increased fee, and recommending increases
therein, which increases have not been adopted as of this time; and
D. A copy of that study has been made available for review and to the City
Council in taking action on this ordinance; and
E. Water capital impact fees were reviewed separately and set in 2001 under
the 2000 Water Master Plan and thus were not reset by the fee study; Such
water capital impact fee is used for the construction of new water facilities
to serve the developments charged the fee; and
F. This Council has detennined that the storm drain, road, bridge and
thoroughfare fees; traffic signal fees, non-Quimby park fees; police and
fire facilities fees and street lighting fees should be modified at this time to
the amounts set out in the study and as verified by staff; and
G. Staff has determined that the amounts of such fees as set out on Exhibit
"A," attached and incorporated here meet the requirements for nexus and
rough proportionality as required by Govt. Code Section 66000 (AB 1600)
and Ehrlich v. City of Culver City; and
H. This Council further has determined that all fees set before the current
date, including but not limited to the water capital facilities fees set in 200,
should be increased as set out in the study as well and as set out on Exhibit
A; and
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The study further recommended that such fees be adjusted as set out in the
Engineering News Record Cost Construction Index - Los Angeles

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("ENR") which index was determined by that study to be the most likely
to reflect the true changes in facility construction costs as it utilizes local
prices for cement and lumber and the national average price for structural
steel as well as union wages and fringe benefits for laborers.
J. The annual changes in the ENR for the past three years are as follows, as
set out Exhibit B, attached and incorporated as if fully set forth herein:
2002 -

2003 -

2004

2.4%

1.7 %

8.8%

K. Development fees annually shall automatically adjust in the amount of the
ENR; and

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L. ...Such-fees-en-Tesidential development must be collected concurrent with
the recording of the final map or parcel map because the City has already
expended funds for the construction of such capital facilities, specifically
including but not limited to the water distribution system funded with such
fees and has adopted a plan therefore, as provided in Govt. Code Section
66007.
M. The City Council has conducted a duly noticed public hearing on such fee
increase pursuant to Govt. Code Section 66018 and has heard any and all
testimony, for or against, such increase; and
N. A mitigated negative declaration for the Indio Water Master Plan was
adopted by the city on April 19, 2000, and recorded on June 9, 2000.
0. This action is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Guidelines Section
5061(b) (3) because the activity is covered by the general rule that CEQA
applies only to projects which have the potential for causing a significant
effect on the environment.
P. This increase must be adopted as an urgency measure pursuant to Govt.
Code Section 66017 in order to protect public health, safety and welfare
by making funds immediately available for the upgrade and construction
of water distribution systems within the City.

The City Council of the City of Indio does ordain as follows:
1. The findings set out above are true and correct.
2. Sections 33.066, 33.067 and 33.068 of the Indio City Code are amended to read as
follows:
§ 33.066 IMPACT FEES DESIGNATED.

(A) Public Building Fees: In addition to any other fee prescribed by law, every
person constructing any new building or addition or trailer space in the city shall pay to
the city a sum appropriately computed as follows. Such fees shall be used for public
buildings, including but not limited to fire or police stations, additions to city yards, city
administrative buildings, animal control facilities, senior citizens centers and major items
of capital equipment such as firefighting/rescue apparatus, street sweepers, or
management information systems.
(I)

Dwelling units.
(a)

Single-family, $396.57 per unit.

(b)

Multifamily (Condominiums, apartments, townhouses, duplexes etc.)
$396.57 per unit.

(c)

Trailer space (mobile homes), $396.57 per unit.

(d)

Recreational vehicle spaces, $198.284 per unit.

(2) (a) Commercial, $.11 per square foot of gross floor area.
(b)

Industrial, $.03 per square foot of gross floor area.

B. Park Fees: In addition to any other fee prescribed by law, every person constructing
any new building or addition or trailer space in the city shall pay to the city a sum
appropriately computed as follows to be used for the acquisition of park lands,
improvements and facilities to park lands for recreation and leisure activities to the extent
such are not funded by Quimby Act funds.
(1)

Dwelling units.
(a)

Single-family $1986/unit

(b)

Multifamily

$1986/unit

(c) Trailer space (mobile homes), $1986/unit.
(d) Recreational vehicle spaces, $1986/unit.
C. All such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on July
1 of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction Index — Los
Angeles.
§33.067 PAYMENT
The fees described in §33.967ihall be due and payable for residential•I
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application to the city for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling unit or
building or addition. In the event this ordinance becomes effective after recording of a
final map, fees for residential development shall be payable upon application for a
building permit. Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be
payable on account of construction of additional space to an existing single- family
dwelling. Credits may be negotiated with developments covered by assessment districts
or Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts.
§33.068 DEPOSIT.
The fees collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as
required by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.
Section 33.070 of the Indio City Code, "Fire and Police Capital Impact Fee" hereby is
amended to read as follows:
§ 33.070 FIRE AND POLICE CAPITAL IMPACT FEES
(A) In addition to any other fee prescribed by law, there shall be imposed the
following fees on new or expanded construction within the City:
Land Use
Fire Facilities & Equipment
Residential per dwelling unit

Police Facilities

Single Family

$487.21

$83.85

Multi Family

$351.2

$60.05

Mobile Homes

$312.72

$53.58

Commercial

$287.80

43.06

Industrial

$287.80

23.79

Non-residential
(per 1,000 S.F.)

(B) The fees shall be due and payable,for-residentiaLdevelopincitconcurrentwith-the
recording-ofthe-finaLmap-and-for-commerciatdcyclopment, upon application to the city
for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling unit or building or addition. In
the event this ordinance becomes effective after recording of a final map, fees for
residential development shall be payable upon application for a building permit.
Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be payable on account
of construction of additional space to an existing single- family dwelling. Credits inay be
negotiated with developments covered by assessment districts or Mello-Roos Community
Facilities Districts.
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(C ) The fees collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as
required by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.
(D) Such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on July 1
of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction Index — Los
Angeles.
4. Section 54.132 of the Indio City Code shall be amended in its entirety to read as
follows:
Section 54.132 CAPITAL IMPACT FEES.
(A) Fee. For all new development on land that has not had prior water service,
there will be a charge as shown below:
Development within the North
Development Area
Residential

$3,025.25/unit

Multi-family

$2, 266/10/unit

Non-residential

$25,032.52/acre
Development within the South
Development Area

Residential

$2,492.71/unit

Multi-family

$1,869.54/unit

Non-residential

$20,623.81/acre

(Acre shall mean the gross acres of the property as shown on a recorded map, or as
determined by the City Engineer, and shall include easements, etc.).
(B) The fees shall be due and payable for-resi-d-entiahle-velopment-concurrent with-the
re-c-ording-ofthe-firratinap-and-forecrminerei-al-developon application to the city
for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling unit or building or addition. In
the event this ordinance becomes effective after recording of a final map, fees for
residential development shall be payable upon application for a building permit.
Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be payable on account
of construction of additional space to an existing single- family dwelling. Credits may be
negotiated with developments covered by assessment districts or Mello-Roos Community
Facilities Districts.
(C) Such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on July 1
of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction Index — Los
Angeles.

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(D) The fees collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as
required by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.
5. Section 156.045(H) of the Indio City Code shall be amended to read as follows:
(H) Storm drain facilities and fees. Payment of $7160.89 fee required for
drainage facilities. Concurrent with the filing of any final or parcel map for
residential development, and application for building per mits for any commercial
development, the subdivider or owner or developer of a lot shall pay or cause to
be paid the following fees for defraying the costs of constructing planned drainage
facilities for the removal of surface waters and storm waters from local or
neighborhood drainage areas established pursuant to the master plan of flood
control. The fees shall be due and payable for residential development concurrent
with the recording of the final map and for commercial development, upon
application to the city for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling
unit or building or addition. In the event this ordinance becomes effective after
recording of a final map, fees for residential development shall be payable upon
application for a building permit. Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this
section, no fee shall be payable on account of construction of additional space to
an existing single- family dwelling. Credits may be negotiated with developments
covered by assessment districts or Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts.
Such amount shall increase annually on or about July 1 of each year pursuant to
the Engineering News Record Cost Construction Index - Los Angeles. The fees
collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as required
by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.

6. Section 156.045 (I), "Bridge crossing and major thoroughfare" shall be amended to
read as follows:
Road, Bridge and thoroughfare Fees: Notwithstanding the provisions of any other
provisions of this Code to the contrary, and specifically in addition to the
provisions of Section 156.130 et seq, prior to the approval of any final or parcel
maps for residential development, or upon application for a building permit for
commercial development, the subdivider or owner of a lot shall be required to
pay or cause to be paid the following fees for defraying the actual or estimated
costs of construction of any bridge or major thoroughfare as follows
$691.16 SFR
$478.15 MFR
$346.71 Mobile Home
$346.71 Recreational Vehicle Space
6K
Commercial:. $.7.2-2---

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Industrial:

$7.22

6. Section 156.045 (K) Traffic signal shall be amended to read as follows:

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Traffic Signal Fees;-P-riore-approval-e-cany-firrefl-or--pat,c-cl-rnap-for-residential
devel-opment; oF, application for a building permit -for-eommerei-al-de3i-el-oprfwkt,
the subdivider or owner of a lot or developer shall be required to pay or cause to
be paid the following fees for defraying the actual or estimated of construction of
any traffic signal related to the project. The fees shall be $24.93/SFR and
$2.50/trip for all others. In the event this ordinance becomes effective after
recording of a final map, fees for residential development shall be payable upon
application for a building permit.
Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be payable on
account of construction of additional space to an existing single- family dwelling.
Credits may be negotiated with developments covered by assessment districts or
Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts.
Such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on
July 1 of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction
Index — Los Angeles.
7. Effective Immediately: This ordinance is an urgency ordinance necessary for the
health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Indio and as such shall take effect
immediately to insure that funds are available so that water distribution systems
may be upgraded and repaired. This ordinance shall be of no further force and
effect 30 days after the date of its adoption unless otherwise extended before that
time.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 4th day of May, 2004, by 4/5ths vote of the
City Council as follows:

AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:

MELANIE FESMIRE, MAYOR

7

ATTEST:

CYNTHIA HERNANDEZ
CITY CLERK

Approved as to form:

Elizabeth Martyn
Assistant City Attorney,

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350.00
350.00
175.00

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ORDINANCE No.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO
AMENDING SECTIONS 33.066, 33.00;33068, 33.070, 54.132 And 156.045 AND
ADDING SECTION OF THE INDIO CITY CODE TO INCREASE VARIOUS
DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES

1. The City Council of the City of Indio finds as follows:
A. Indio has not updated its development impact fees, some of which were
determined as long ago as 1985; and
B. Specifically, the storm drain fee; roads, bridges and thoroughfare fees,
traffic signal fees, non-Quimby park and public building fees; police and
fire facilities fees and street lighting fees were last set in 1985 or 1997;
and
C. In 2002, the City received a study reviewing some such fees, describing
the manner in which each increase was necessary to provide facilities to
the development charged the increased fee, and recommending increases
therein, which increases have not been adopted as of this time; and
D. A copy of that study has been made available for review and to the City
Council in taking action on this ordinance; and
E. Water capital impact fees were reviewed separately and set in 2001 under
the 2000 Water Master Plan and thus were not reset by the fee study; Such
water capital impact fee is used for the construction of new water facilities
to serve the developments charged the fee; and
F. This Council has determined that the storm drain, road, bridge and
thoroughfare fees; traffic signal fees, non-Quimby park fees; police and
fire facilities fees and street lighting fees should be modified at this time to
the amounts set out in the study and as verified by staff; and
G. Staff has determined that the amounts of such fees as set out on Exhibit
"A," attached and incorporated here, meet the requirements for nexus and
rough proportionality as required by Govt. Code Section 66000 (AB 1600)
and Ehrlich v. City of Culver City; and
H. This Council further has determined that all fees set before the current
date, including but not limited to the water capital facilities fees set in 200,
should be increased as set out in the study as well and as set out on Exhibit
A; and
1. The study further recommended that such fees be adjusted as set out in the
Engineering News Record Cost Construction Index - Los Angeles
("ENR") which index was determined by that study to be the most likely

1

to reflect the true changes in facility construction costs as it utilizes local
prices for cement and lumber and the national average price for structural
steel as well as union wages and fringe benefits for laborers.
J. The annual changes in the ENR for the past three years are as follows, as
set out Exhibit B, attached and incorporated as if fully set forth herein:
2002 -

2003 -

2004

2.4%

1.7 %

8.8%

K. Development fees annually shall automatically adjust in the amount of the
ENR; and
L. Such fees on residential development must be collected concurrent with
the recording of the final map or parcel map because the City has already
expended funds for the construction of such capital facilities, specifically
including but not limited to the water distribution system funded with such
fees and has adopted a plan therefore, as provided in Govt. Code Section
66007.
M. The City Council has conducted a duly noticed public hearing on such fee
increase pursuant to Govt. Code Section 66018 and has heard any and all
testimony, for or against, such increase; and
N. A mitigated negative declaration for the Indio Water Master Plan was
adopted by the city on April 19, 2000, and recorded on June 9, 2000.
0. This action is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Guidelines Section
15061(b) (3) because the activity is covered by the general rule that CEQA
applies only to projects which have the potential for causing a significant
effect on the environment.
The City Council of the City of Indio does ordain as follows:
1. The findings set out above are true and correct.
2. Sections 33.066, 33.067 and 33.068 of the Indio City Code are amended to read as
follows:
§ 33.066 IMPACT FEES DESIGNATED.
(A) Public Building Fees: In addition to any other fee prescribed by law, every
person constructing any new building or addition or trailer space in the city shall pay to
the city a sum appropriately computed as follows. Such fees shall be used for public
buildings, including but not limited to fire or police stations, additions to city yards, city
administrative buildings, animal control facilities, senior citizens centers and major items
of capital equipment such as firefighting/rescue apparatus, street sweepers, or
management information systems.

2

(1)

Dwelling units.
(a)

Single-family, $396.57 per unit,

(b)

Multifamily (Condominiums, apartments, townhouses, duplexes etc.)
$396.57 per unit.

(c)

Trailer space (mobile homes), $396.57 per unit.

(d)

Recreational vehicle spaces, $198.284 per unit.

(2) (a) Commercial, $.11 per square foot of gross floor area.
(b)

Industrial, 5.03 per square foot of gross floor area.

B. Park Fees: In addition to any other fee prescribed by law, every person constructing
any new building or addition or trailer space in the city shall pay to the city a sum
appropriately computed as follows to be used for the acquisition of park lands,
improvements and facilities to park lands for recreation and leisure activities to the extent
such are not funded by Quimby Act funds.
(1)

Dwelling units.
(a)

Single-family $1986/unit

(b)

Multifamily

$1986/unit

(c) Trailer space (mobile homes), $1986/unit.
(d) Recreational vehicle spaces, $1986/unit.
C. All such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on July
1 of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction Index — Los •
Angeles.
§33.067 PAYMENT
The fees described in §33.067 shall be due and payable for residential development
concurrent with the recording of the final map and for commercial development, upon
application to the city for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling unit or
building or addition. In the event this ordinance becomes effective after recording of a
final map, fees for residential development shall be payable upon application for a
building pet init. Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be
payable on account of construction of additional space to an existing single- family
dwelling. Credits may be negotiated with developments covered. by assessment districts
or Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts.

§33.068 DEPOSIT.
The fees collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as
required by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.
2. Section 33.070 of the Indio City Code, "Fire and Police Capital Impact Fee" hereby is
amended to read as follows:
§ 33.070 FIRE AND POLICE CAPITAL IMPACT FEES
(A) In addition to any other fee prescribed by law, there shall be imposed the
following fees on new or expanded construction within the City:
Fire Facilities & Equipment
Land Use
Residential per dwelling unit

Police Facilities

Single Family

$487.21

$83.85

Multi Family

$351.2

$60.05

Mobile Homes

$312.72

$53.58

Commercial

$287.80

43.06

Industrial

$287.80

23.79

Non-residential
(per 1,000 S.F.)

(B) The fees shall be due and payable for residential development concurrent with the
recording of the final map and for commercial development, upon application to the city
for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling unit or building or addition. In
the event this ordinance becomes effective after recording of a final map, fees for
residential development shall be payable upon application for a building permit.
Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be payable on account
of construction of additional space to an existing single- family dwelling. Credits may be
negotiated with developments covered by assessment districts or Mello-Roos Community
Facilities Districts.
(C) The fees collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as
required by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.
(D) Such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on July 1
of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction Index — Los
Angeles.

4

4. Section 54.132 of the Indio City Code shall be amended in its entirety to read as
follows:
Section 54.132 CAPITAL IMPACT FEES.
(A) Fee. For all new development on land that has not had prior water service,
there will be a charge as shown below:
Development within the North
Development Area
Residential

$3,025.25/unit

Multi-family

$2, 266/10/unit

Non-residential

$25,032.52/acre
Development within the South
Development Area

Residential

$2,492.71/unit

Multi-family

$1,869.54/unit

Non-residential

$20,623.81/acre

(Acre shall mean the gross acres of the property as shown on a recorded map, or as
detelmined by the City Engineer, and shall include easements, etc.).
(B) The fees shall be due and payable for residential development concurrent with the
recording of the final map and for commercial development, upon application to the city
for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling unit or building or addition. In
the event this ordinance becomes effective after recording of a final map, fees for
residential development shall be payable upon application for a building permit.
Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be payable on account
of construction of additional space to an existing single- family dwelling. Credits may be
negotiated with developments covered by assessment districts or Mello-Roos Community
Facilities Districts.
(C) Such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on July 1
of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction Index — Los
Angeles.
(D) The fees collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as
required by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.
5. Section 156.045(H) of the Indio City Code shall be amended to read as follows:
(H) Storm drain facilities and fees. Payment of $7160.89 fee required for
drainage facilities. Concurrent with the filing of any final or parcel map for

residential development, and application for building permits for any commercial
development, the subdivider or owner or developer of a lot shall pay or cause to
be paid the following fees for defraying the costs of constructing planned drainage
facilities for the removal of surface waters and storm waters from local or
neighborhood drainage areas established pursuant to the master plan of flood
control. The fees shall be due and payable for residential development concurrent
with the recording of the final map and for commercial development, upon
application to the city for a building permit for the construction of any dwelling
unit or building or addition. In the event this ordinance becomes effective after
recording of a final map, fees for residential development shall be payable upon
application for a building permit. Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this
section, no fee shall be payable on account of construction of additional space to
an existing single- family dwelling. Credits may be negotiated with developments
covered by assessment districts or Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts.
Such amount shall increase annually on or about July 1 of each year pursuant to
the Engineering News Record Cost Construction Index - Los Angeles. The fees
collected pursuant to this section shall be accounted for and invested as required
by Cal. Govt. Code Section 66001 and 66006, or such other requirements as the
law may impose with respect to such fees.

6. Section 156.045 (I), "Bridge crossing and major thoroughfare" shall be amended to
read as follows:
Road, Bridge and thoroughfare Fees: Notwithstanding the provisions of any other
provisions of this Code to the contrary, and specifically in addition to the
provisions of Section 156.130 et seq., prior to the approval of any final or parcel
maps for residential development, or upon application for a building permit for
commercial development, the subdivider or owner of a lot shall be required to
pay or cause to be paid the following fees for defraying the actual or estimated
costs of construction of any bridge or major thoroughfare as follows
$691.16 SFR
$478.15 MFR
$346.71 Mobile Home
$346.71 Recreational Vehicle Space
Commercial: $7.22
Industrial:

$7.22

6. Section 156.045 (K) Traffic signal shall be amended to read as follows:
Traffic Signal Fees: Prior to the approval of any final or parcel map for residential
development, or application for a building permit for commercial development,
the subdivider or owner of a lot or developer shall be required to pay or cause to

6

be paid the following fees for defraying the actual or estimated of construction of
any traffic signal related to the project. The fees shall be $24.93/SFR and
$2.50/trip for all others. In the event this ordinance becomes effective after
recording of a final map, fees for residential development shall be payable upon
application for a building permit.
Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this section, no fee shall be payable on
account of construction of additional space to an existing single- family dwelling.
Credits may be negotiated with developments covered by assessment districts or
Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts.
Such fees shall be adjusted automatically (increased or decreased) annually on
July 1 of each year pursuant to the Engineer News Record Cost Construction
Index — Los Angeles.
7. Effective Date: This ordinance shall be effective 60 days after the date of its
adoption and shall be published by the City Clerk as required by law.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 4th day of May, 2004, by vote of the City
Council as follows:

AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:

MELANIE FESMIRE, MAYOR

ATTEST:

CYNTHIA HERNANDEZ

7

CITY CLERK

Approved as to form:

Elizabeth Martyn
Assistant City Attorney

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UNOFFICIAL UNTIL APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL
CITY OF INDIO.
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
APRIL 20, 2005
Mayor Melanie Fesmire called the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of
Indio, California, to order at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 150 Civic Center Mall,
Indio, California.
ROLL CALL:

Present:

Mayor Melanie Fesmire
Mayor Pro Tern Gene Gilbert
Councilmember Ben Godfrey
Councilmember Lupe Ramos Watson
Councilmember Michael H. Wilson
Indio Youth Advisory Councilmember Alan Huang

Mayor Fesmire and Mayor Pro-Tern Gilbert presented certificates to the winners of the
Art and Essay Contest for the 75th Anniversary Celebration of the City of Indio. Jim
Curtis, Special Events Coordinator, stated the winners in the art category were Third
place winner Sedihy Carrillo, from Mt. Vista Elementary School; Second Place winner
Vanessa Romero, Eisenhower Elementary School; First place winner Andrew Chavez,
Mt. Vista Elementary School. Each were awarded a $100, $200 and $300, respectively,
savings bond and a certificate of appreciation for their participation and their art picture
was distributed on the powerpoint.
In the Essay Contest winners were Third place winner Maria Romero; Second place
winner Cheyenne Rivera; First place winner Santos Cornejo; all from Woodrow Wilson
Middle School.
The City Council thanked all of the students for their participation in the contests.
Mayor Fesmire presented a proclamation to the Riverside County Mental Health
Department proclaiming the month of May as "Mental Health Month".
A presentation was made by Bruce Colbert of the Property Owners Association of
Riverside County on the Coachella Valley Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan. He
stated they have about 200 members and they have been in existence since 1983 and
their mission is to protect their property owners rights and interests in the formation of
public policy. He gave a powerpoint presentation and commented the Plan fails to
accurately estimate its cost and the revenue to insure the plan's success. He
recommended the city proceed with caution and that the City Council review his letter of
recommendation.
Councilmember Wilson commented the group is at odds with the proposed Plan. He
commented if the cities do not make a plan to protect the species, the projects would
not be able to be built anyway. The cities have been working with CVAG and RCTC
toward approval of a plan and the issue at hand seems to be land values.

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City of Indio
City Council Minutes
April 20, 2005 continued

Councilmember Godfrey commented land values are ever increasing in this valley and
does not feel an alarm should be sent out.
A presentation was made by Ron Enzweiler Executive Director, of the Salton Sea
Authority. He reported the Salton Sea is a JPA that encompasses two counties, two
water districts, and the Torrez Martinez Tribal Nation. He gave a powerpoint
presentation of the sea, a very large lake that is sustained by irrigation drainage runoff.
The salt has never gone anywhere and the lake has become more polluted. This was
not the case thirty years ago; the question is which way to go on this. One option is a
decision to let the sea die a natural death (between 20-25 years); or should it be
restored. The plan endorsed is basically to build a dam across the middle of the lake;
build a perimeter around the south end and maintain a healthy big lake. There also
needs to be legislation(Senate Bill 1081)passed so that the water stays here. They see
the ability to finance these improvements locally, with a bond issue. The presentation
was informational only, however, he indicated he would be back with a formal request.
The City Council thanked Mr. Enzweiler for his report.
INDIO YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL
ROLL CALL: Present: Jennifer Buenrostro, Alan Huang, Nicole Purdy, Ingrid Rivas,
Lesley Rivas Absent: Jonathan Becerra, Lincoln Castellanos, Roxanne Cota, Erika
Green, Lucinda Perez, Viviana Villarreal
Councilmember (grid Rivas announced they participated in the Salsa Festival.
Councilmember Huang reported they are in the process of recruiting members for the
YAC.
Councilmember Buenrostro invited the City Council to the Indio High School Drama
Club's presentation of their musical "The Pajama Game" showing Thursday, Friday and
Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. at Indio High School.
There being no further business to discuss, the IYAC adjourned.
CITY MANAGER REPORTS AND INFORMATION
Mayor Fesmire introduced Glenn D. Southard, City Manager. Edward Kotkin City
Attorney, gave the Oath of Office to Mr. Southard.
Mr. Southard introduced Bridget Healy Assistant City Manager and Paul Ireland Interim
Community Development/Building & Safety Services Director, with the firm of HogleIreland. He announced that he has adjusted Mark Wasserman's title to Assistant to the
City Manager.
The City Council and staff welcomed the new staff members.

City of Indio
City Council Minutes
April 20, 2005 continued

Mr. Southard reported there was a fire at one of the City's fire stations and the staff had
to be relocated temporarily; the County is getting ready to open their animal shelter
facility in Thousand Palms and this matter will be back to Council for further discussion;
the city is on the very low end of all fees in the valley and Staff will have something at
the next meeting to consider fees.
CITY COUNCIL
a. Reports and Information
Councilmember Ramos Watson attended the Desert Resorts Convention & Visitors
Authority and they appointed an interim director. She was appointed to Chair the
committee on finding a new director and was also appointed to the Pension Committee.
She attended the Image and Marketing Committee meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce regarding entry points at both ends of Highway 111; and she attended the
Coachella Valley Economic Partnership with City Staff Troy Strange.
Councilmember Gilbert challenged each of the Councilmembers to donate $200 each to
the P.J. Gillespie Scholarship Fund.
Councilmember Wilson attended committee meetings of the expansion of the Coachella
Valley Empowerment Zone which was continued to April 27. He requested Staff find
out the City's benefit in the Desert Resorts Convention & Visitors Authority and to look
into the budget. The Cabazon Tribe laid off their public safety services employees.
They do not have a public safety source and Indio is the first unit to respond. The
Tribe's feeling is they made a deal with the County.
Mayor Fesmire received two letters 1)regarding the solution of streets in Indio and 2)a
request for a plan for repair and maintenance. She attended the 75th Anniversary of the
first school house at Miles Avenue Park. She reminded the public of the City's 75th
Anniversary Gala on May 7 at the Fantasy Springs Casino; she attended the opening of
the UCR Educational Facility in Palm Desert.
PUBLIC COMMENT
The following persons spoke under public comment to include Jacquie Bethel who
thanked City Staff on the fence height issue in her neighborhood; John Gentry
commented the three minute request to speak is too short; he has not seen the street
sweeper in his neighborhood for three weeks; the drainage system in his neighborhood
is swamped with nuisance water and it smells; Hjorth and Avenue 48, north, needs a
stop sign; Alfredo Meza commented the citizens are overpaying for their services to
include the street lights that are out for long periods of time; the grass in the public
sidewalks due to lack of maintenance; the roads on Highway 111 and the lack of
improvements; the utility tax that has not been put to the voters since Prop 13; perhaps
the public is afraid to communicate openly to the City Council; Dan Parks, Assistant to
the General Manager of the Coachella Valley Water District, extended their offer to
assist the city in whatever way they can; Theresa Dobrev explained she was very

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City of Indio
City Council Minutes
April 20, 2005 continued

embarrassed as a result of a traffic trap on Highway 111 and Oasis Street due to the
lack of proper street signage and requested a sign giving notice that it is a "right turn
only" and added the time limit to speak should be five minutes; Sandy Baldinado,
Mayor of Claremont, congratulated the City Council and Glenn Southard to his
appointment of City Manager; Paul Held, Councilmember of the City of Claremont,
congratulated Glenn Southard to his appointment of City Manager and wished him the
best of luck and congratulated Bridget Healy Assistant City Manager on her
appointment as well.
Councilmember Wilson commented each of the Councilmembers are always available
to the public for communication.
1. PUBLIC HEARING: BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT FUNDS IN THE
AMOUNT OF $45,342.00 AND AUTHORIZATION TO USE FOR PURCHASE OF
LESS LETHAL EQUIPMENT/TECHNOLOGY
Brad Ramos Police Chief, reported the United States Department of Justice, Bureau of
Justice Assistance, appropriated monies for the purpose of funding the grant (JAG)
program. The purpose is to provide funds to units of government. These funds are
used to underwrite programs and purchase needed equipment that will help reduce
crime and improve local public safety services. Staff recommends Council approve the
grant fund in the amount of $45,342.
Mayor Fesmire declared the public hearing opened and requested comments from the
public for or against this proposal. There being none, the public hearing was closed.
After discussion, it was moved by Councilmember Gilbert, seconded by Councilmember
Wilson and unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8910, by title only, to read as
follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE UNITED STATES DEPARMENT OF
JUSTICE BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE, BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE
GRANT FISCAL YEAR 2005(JAG)ADDING THE GRANT FUND TO THE INDIO
POLICE DEPARTMENT'S OPERATING BUDGET AND AUTHORIZING THE
EXPENDITURE OF SUCH FUNDS AS RECOMMENDED BY CITY STAFF FOR
EQUIPMENT/TECHNOLOGY
2. PUBLIC HEARING: CLOSE HEARING AND ADOPT FINDINGS REGARDING
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT NO. 04-8-817; (HARVEY MILLER APPLICANT)
Mayor Fesmire declared the public hearing opened.
Paul Ireland, Interim Community Development. Director reported this is an appeal of the
Planning Commission's decision of a proposed carwash to be located at 82-451
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conflicts with existing potential uses and potential conflicts with future surrounding uses
and that this proposal does not comply with the goals, objectives and policies of the
City's General Plan, Staff has presented findings that this project does not represent
the best use for this location for the city. Staff recommends denial based on the
findings as outlined in the Staff Report.
Harvey Miller, applicant, commented he does not believe that everything that Staff
(same Staff) found positive about this project is now negative. He was informed by the
former Director of Planning that the city date stamp of the acceptance of the appeal did
not come from her department. He stated they have filed a Petition for Writ in superior
court regarding the moratorium and the Brown Act violation. He commented he will file
another writ once the City Council overturns the approval.
Lana Hall commented she thought that the Planning Department's original
recommendation was for denial.
There being no further comments from the public, Mayor Fesmire declared the public
hearing closed.
After discussion, it was moved by Councilmember Wilson seconded by Councilmember
Godfrey and unanimously carried to UPHOLD the appeal and DENY the Conditional
Use Permit No. 04-8-817, subject to the Findings as outlined in the Staff Report and
ADOPT Resolution No. 8911, by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
UPHOLDING THE APPEAL AND DENYING THE APPROVAL OF CONDITIONAL
USE PERMIT NO 04-8-817, HARVEY MILLER
3. PUBLIC HEARING: ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 05-1-416, TENTATIVE
TRACT MAP NO. 33089, CHANGE OF ZONE 04-111-628 CAMEO HOMES
Councilmember Ramos Watson recused herself and left the chamber.
Paul Ireland, Interim Community Development/Building & Safety Services Director,
reported an appeal of the Planning Commission's decision has been filed. The
Planning Commission approved Cameo Homes consisting of an Environmental
Assessment(EA), Change of Zone(COZ), Tentative Map(TM), Conditional Use Permit
(CUP) and Design Review(DR) for 100 attached multi-family units. A Planning
Commissioner filed a timely appeal of the EA, TM and DR requesting that these matters
be returned to the Planning Commission for reconsideration. The CUP and COZ were
not appealed; however, the CUP and COZ actions cannot proceed without action on the
other items.
Staff is recommending the Council refer this entire matter back to the Planning
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applications will need to come back to Council. Staff is requesting the Change of Zone
application be taken off calendar.
Councilmember Wilson asked if the change of zone is from a commercial use to a
residential use? Mr. Ireland replied that is correct.
Mayor Fesmire acknowledged a letter, for the record, received at this time from Jeffrey
Ballinger of Best Best & Krieger, LLP, legal counsel, for the applicant Cameo Homes,
dated April 20, 2005.
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to CONTINUE this matter to May 4, 2005, by the following vote:
AYES: Gilbert, Godfrey, Wilson, Fesmire
NOES: None
ABSTAIN: Ramos Watson
4. PUBLIC HEARING: ANNEXATION TO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-01(LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICE) AND
AUTHORIZE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN SAID ANNEXATION AREAS
Edward Kotkin City Attorney, stated Councilmember Ramos Watson does have a
financial interest in Annexation No. 18, Tract No. 30606, and will be stepping down on
that item.
Mayor Fesmire stated this is the time and place for the public hearing for the proposed
annexation of Annexation Area Nos. 14, 15, 17, 19, 23, 37 and 38 to the City of Indio
Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (Law Enforcement, Fire and Paramedic
Services). The public hearing with respect to all eight annexation areas is hereby
officially opened. We will first have presentations by staff about the annexations. After
that, we will receive comments and questions and any oral protest from any interested
persons. When all comments have been received the public hearing will be closed.
Felicita Lugo Assistant City Clerk, announced the notices of the public hearing have
been published in accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982
and proofs of such publication are on file in the City Clerk's office.
Roy Stephenson Interim Public Works Director, reported the City Council adopted a
Resolution of Intention to establish Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (law
enforcement, fire and paramedic service) to levy a special tax to fund a portion of the
cost of law enforcement, fire and paramedic services incurred as a result of new
development within the City. The Council also adopted a rate and method for such
special tax that will be levied on all new residential development of four or more homes.
The special tax is applicable upon the issuance of a building permit commencing with
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Council approved Resolutions of Intention to annex these tracts into the CFD and set
the public hearing for April 20.
Staff recommends holding the public hearing, conducting the special election and
adopting the resolution determining validity of prior proceedings, calling a special
election, canvassing the results of the election and adopting the ordinance authorizing
levy of special tax, on the following tracts:






Annexation No. 14 (Tract No. 31247)Rilington Communities
Annexation No. 15 (Tract No. 31815)Ponderosa Homes
Annexation No. 17 (Tract No. 31473)Alpine
Annexation No. 19 (Tract No. 30643,-1,-2 , 3) Ashbrook
Annexation No. 23 (Tract No. 30935)Rancho Verde
Annexation No. 37 (Tract No. 32135)The Bridges at Jefferson
Annexation No. 38 (Tract No. 32869)SDI Communities

John Gentry commented the city has no right to tax a property. The tax being imposed
is something that is already paid by the taxpayers; anything above that must go to an
election and be approved by a two-thirds vote. With this formation, the taxpayers are
paying for police and fire services twice.
Councilmember Wilson stated the purpose of moving in this direction was to provide
public safety services to our community. He does not believe the general fund can
support the additional impact and he supports this method.
Mayor Fesmire asked, before formally closing the hearing, are there any other property
owners subject to the proposed special taxes who wish to file written protests? If so
they must be filed with the City Clerk at this time. For the purpose of a majority protest,
only written protests are to be considered.
There being no further comments from the public, Mayor Fesmire closed the public
hearing.
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8912, by title only, to read as follows:

RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 14 (TRACT NO. 31247)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8913 by title only, to read as follows:

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RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 15 (TRACT NO. 31815)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8914 by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 17 (TRACT NO. 31473)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8915 by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 19(TRACT NO. 30643, -1, -2, 3)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8916 by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 23(TRACT NO. 30935)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8917 by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 37(TRACT NO. 32135)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8918 by title only, to read as follows:

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RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 38 (TRACT NO. 32869)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmernber Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolutions Nos. 8919, 8920, 8921, 8922, 8923, 8924
and 8925, by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 14 (TRACT NO. 31247)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 15 (TRACT NO. 31815)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 17 (TRACT NO. 31473)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 19 (TRACT NO. 30643, -1, -2, 3)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 23 (TRACT NO. 30935)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 37(TRACT NO. 32135)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 38(TRACT NO. 32869)

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Felicita Lugo Assistant City Clerk tabulated the results of the ballots for Annexation Area
Nos. 14, 15, 17, 19, 23, 37 and 38 and announced two-thirds of the votes cast upon the
question of levying the tax are in favor of levying that tax.
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution Nos. 8926, 8927, 8928, 8929, 8930, 8931
and 8932 by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 14, (TRACT NO. 31247) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 15, (TRACT NO. 31818) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 17, (TRACT NO. 31473) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 19, (TRACT NO. 30643, -1, -2, 3) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 23,(TRACT NO. 30935) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 37, (TRACT NO. 32135)ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT

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NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 38, (TRACT NO. 32869) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Ordinance Nos. 1413, 1414, 1415, 1416, 1417, 1418,
and 1419 WAIVE reading, by title only, as first reading, to read as follows:
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY
FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 14 (TRACT NO. 31247) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY
FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 15 (TRACT NO. 31815) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY
FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 17 (TRACT NO. 31473) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY
FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 19 (TRACT NO. 30643, -1, -2, 3) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY
FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 23 (TRACT NO. 30935) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY
FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 37 (TRACT NO. 32135) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY

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FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 38 (TRACT NO. 32869) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
Edward Kotkin City Attorney, stated Councilmember Ramos Watson does have a
financial interest in Annexation No. 18, Tract No. 30606 and she stepped out of the
room.
Mayor Fesmire stated this is the time and place for the public hearing for the proposed
annexation of Annexation Area No. 18 to the City of Indio Community Facilities District
No. 2004-1 (Law Enforcement, Fire and Paramedic Services). The public hearing with
respect to Annexation Area No. 18 is hereby officially opened. We will first have
presentation by staff about the annexation. After that, we will receive comments and
questions and any oral protest from any interested persons. When all comments have
been received the public hearing will be closed.
Felicita Lugo Assistant City Clerk, announced the notice of the public hearing has been
published in accordance with the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982 and
proofs of such publication are on file in the City Clerk's office.
Roy Stephenson Interim Public Works Director, reported the City Council adopted a
resolution of intention to establish Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (law
enforcement, fire and paramedic service) to levy a special tax to fund a portion of the
cost of law enforcement, fire and paramedic services incurred as a result of new
development within the City. The Council also adopted a rate and method for such
special tax that will be levied on all new residential development of four or more homes.
The special tax is applicable upon the issuance of a building permit commencing with
units for which building permits have been issued on or after May 1, 2004. The City
Council approved Resolution of Intention to annex this tract into the CFD and set the
public hearing for April 20, 2005.
Staff recommends holding the public hearing, conducting the special election and
adopting the resolution determining validity of prior proceedings, calling a special
election, canvassing the results of the election and adopting the ordinance authorizing
levy of special tax, on Annexation No. 18, Tract No. 30606 aka Vista Montana.
John Gentry commented the city has no right to tax a property. The tax being imposed
is something that is already paid by the taxpayers; anything above that must go to an
election and be approved by a two-thirds vote. With this formation, the taxpayers are
paying for police and fire services twice.
Councilmember Wilson stated the purpose of moving in this direction was to provide
public safety services to our community. He does not believe the general fund can
support the additional impact and he supports this method.

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Mayor Fesmire asked, before formally closing the hearing, are there any other property
owners subject to the proposed special taxes who wish to file written protests? If so
they must be field with the City Clerk at this time. For the purpose of a majority protest,
only written protests are to be considered.
There being no further comments from the public, Mayor Fesmire closed the public
hearing.
It was moved by Councilmember Gilbert, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8933, by title only, to read as follows, by the following
vote:
AYES: Gilbert, Godfrey, Wilson, Fesmire
NOES: None
ABSTAIN: Ramos Watson
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF PRIOR PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO
ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
ANNEXATION NO. 18 (TRACT NO. 30606)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8934 by title only, to read as follows, by the following
vote:
AYES: Gilbert, Godfrey, Wilson, Fesmire
NOES: None
ABSTAIN: Ramos Watson
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) CALLING
A SPECIAL ELECTION, ANNEXATION NO. 18 (TRACT NO. 30606)
Felicita Lugo Assistant City Clerk tabulated the results of the ballots for Annexation Area
No. 18 and announced two-thirds of the vote cast upon the question of levying the tax is
in favor of levying that tax.
It was moved by Councilmember Godfrey, seconded by Councilmember Gilbert and
carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8935 by title only, to read as follows, by the following
vote:
AYES: Gilbert, Godfrey, Wilson, Fesmire
NOES: None
ABSTAIN: Ramos Watson

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RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT
NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES)
CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION HELD WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 18, (TRACT NO. 30606) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT
It was moved by Councilmember Gilbert, seconded by Councilmember Wilson and
carried to ADOPT Ordinance No. 1420, as first reading, by title only, WAIVE the
reading, to read as follows, by the following vote:
AYES: Gilbert, Godfrey, Wilson, Fesmire
NOES: None
ABSTAIN: Ramos Watson
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY
FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC
SERVICES) AUTHORIZING THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION
AREA NO. 18 (TRACT NO. 30606) ANNEXED TO SAID DISTRICT

5. CONSENT CALENDAR
a. Approve Minutes, April 6, 2005
b. Approve Warrants
c. Temporary closure of Avenue 50 from Madison Street to Jackson Street and Hjorth
Street from Avenue 49 to Avenue 50, April 29-May 2 during Coachella Concert
d. Approve Final Tract Map for Tract No. 31195-6 and authorize release of bonds
e. Authorize purchase of specialized fire and rescue equipment for a ladder truck
f. Authorize purchase of graffiti truck
g. Remove stop sign on Smurr Street at Miles Avenue
h. Resolutions of intention to annex property into Community Facilities District No.
2004-1(law enforcement, fire and paramedic service) and Authorize the levy of a
special tax within said annexation areas and setting time and place for public hearing
for the following:
Annexation No. 46 (Tract No. 32390-1); Annexation No. 47 (Tract No. 32390-2)
Annexation No. 48 (Tract No. 32390-3); Annexation No. 49 (Tract No. 32390-4)
Annexation No. 50 (Tract No. 31195-4); Annexation No. 51 (Tract No. 31195-5)
Annexation No. 52 (Tract No. 31195-6); Annexation No. 53 (Tract No. 33004)
Annexation No. 54 (Tract No. 31195-7)
It was moved by Councilmember Ramos Watson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey
and unanimously carried to ADOPT Consent Calendar Items b, c, e, f and g and
ADOPT Resolution Nos. 8936, 8937 and 8938 by title only, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
ORDERING THE TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF AVENUE 50 FROM MADISON
STREET TO JACKSON STREET AND HJORTH STREET FROM AVENUE 49 TO

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AVENUE 50 DURING THE COACHELLA CONCERT ON APRIL 30-MAY 1, 2005
PURSUANT TO SECTION 21101 SUBDIVISION(E) OF THE VEHICLE CODE OF THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
APPROVING FINAL SUBDIVISION MAP OF TRACT NO. 31195-6 AND APPROVING
AGREEMENTS RELATING THERETO
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
AUTHORIZING REMOVAL OF STOP SIGNS ON SMURR STREET AT MILES
AVENUE
a. Approve Minutes, April 6, 2005
It was moved by Councilmember Godfrey seconded by Mayor Fesmire and
unanimously carried to ADOPT the minutes of April 6, 2005 as AMENDED to include
Page 3, Item No. 1, to read "Councilmember Ramos Watson stated that she did
business with the company in the normal course of business and will be recusing
herself from this item and stepped out of the room"; Page 8 second paragraph amended
to read "It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey
and unanimously carried to ADOPT Consent Calendar Item Nos. a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i
and I as submitted and ADOPT Resolution Nos. 8002, 8003, 8004, 8005, 8006, 8007
and 8008 by title only to read as follows"; Page 9, second paragraph to read
"Councilmember Ramos Watson commented regarding item j and k, that she did
business with the company, in the normal course of business and will be recusing
herself from these items and stepped out of the room"; and Page 10, Item No. 9, should
be reflected to show Councilmember Ramos Watson voted NO.
d. Approve Final Tract Map for Tract No. 31195-6 Sun City Shadow Hills and
authorize release of bonds
Councilmember Ramos Watson stated she has a financial interest on this item and
recused herself and stepped out of the room.
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
carried to APPROVE Final Tract Map 31195-6 and ADOPT Resolution No. 8939, by
title only, to read as follows, by the following vote:
AYES: Gilbert, Godfrey, Wilson, Fesmire
NOES: None
ABSTAIN: Ramos Watson
h. Resolutions of intention to annex property into Community Facilities District No.
2004-1(law enforcement, fire and paramedic service) and Authorize the levy of
a special tax within said annexation areas and setting time and place for
public hearing for the following:

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City Council Minutes
April 20, 2005 continued

Annexation No. 46 (Tract No. 32390-1); Annexation No. 47 (Tract No. 32390-2);
Annexation No. 48 (Tract No. 32390-3); Annexation No. 49 (Tract No. 32390-4);
Annexation No. 50 (Tract No. 31195-4); Annexation No. 51 (Tract No. 31195-5);
Annexation No. 52 (Tract No. 31195-6); Annexation No. 53 (Tract No. 33004);
Annexation No. 54 (Tract No. 31195-7)
It was moved by Councilmember Gilbert, seconded by Councilmember Wilson and
carried to APPROVE Annexation Nos. 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 and 54 and ADOPT
Resolution Nos. 8940, 8941, 8942, 8943, 8944, 8945, 8946 and 8947 by title- only, to
read as follows, by the following vote:
AYES: Gilbert, Godfrey, Wilson, Fesmire
NOES: None
ABSTAINED: Ramos Watson
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 46
(TRACT NO. 32390-1)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 47
(TRACT NO. 32390-2)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 48
(TRACT NO. 32390-3)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 49
(TRACT NO. 32390-4)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 50
(TRACT NO. 31195-4)

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April 20, 2005 continued

RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 51
(TRACT NO. 31195-5)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 52
(TRACT NO. 31195-6)
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 54
(TRACT NO. 31195-7)
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Gilbert and
unanimously carried to APPROVE Annexation No. 53 and ADOPT Resolution No.
8948, by title only, by the following vote, to read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA, TO
ANNEX PROPERTY INTO CITY OF INDIO COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO.
2004-1 (LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND PARAMEDIC SERVICES) AND TO
AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF A SPECIAL TAX WITHIN ANNEXATION AREA NO. 53
(TRACT NO. 33004)
6. RESOLUTION DECLARING A WATER EMERGENCY AND APPROVE A DESIGN
CONTRACT WITH BOYLE ENGINEERING
Roy Stephenson, Interim Public Works Director, reported Boyle Engineering has
completed an engineering analysis of the City water system and has identified a number
of water transmission line improvements urgently needed to meet water supply
demands during this upcoming summer. In order to complete the work by this summer,
Staff is requesting authorization to proceed under emergency provisions which allows
for emergency upgrades and repairs without public bidding. In addition, a design
contract with Boyle Engineering for such improvements is required. All of these
improvements are being paid under development impact fees.
Councilmember Wilson thanked Staff and Boyle Engineering for their services under
this project.
It was moved by Councilmember Godfrey, seconded by Councilmember Wilson and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Resolution No. 8949 by title only, to read as follows:

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City Council Minutes
April 20, 2005 continued

RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
PROVIDING FOR APPROVAL OF A PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT FOR WATER
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS WITHOUT PUBLIC BIDDING
7. AMENDMENT TO INDIO MUNICIPAL CODE, TITLE III, CHAPTER 33, SECTION
33.116 REGARDING PURCHASING POLICY AND SECTION 33.117
Bridget Healy Assistant City Manager reported this amendment will allow department
directors to make purchases up to $5,000 and the city manager up to $75,000.
It was moved by Councilmember Wilson, seconded by Councilmember Godfrey and
unanimously carried to ADOPT Ordinance No. 1420, as first reading, by title only, to
read as follows:
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OF INDIO, CALIFORNIA,
AMENDING THE INDIO MUNICIPAL CODE, TITLE Ill, CHAPTER 33 FINANCE;
PURCHASING, SECTION 33.116 TO INCREASE THE DOLLAR LIMITS ON STAFF'S
CONTRACTING AUTHORITY AND REPEALING SECTION 33.117 REGARDING
PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES
ADJOURN
There being no further business to discuss, it was moved by Councilmember Godfrey
seconded by Councilmember Wilson and unanimously carried to ADJOURN. Meeting
adjourned at 8:55 p.m.

CYNTHIA HERNANDEZ, CMC
CITY CLERK

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DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

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PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

119874
04/14/2005
101-4341-434.52-40

AGGREGATE PRODUCTS INC,
02/24/2005

1015
62/24/05 STATE' COLD MIX

10069

036246

10/2005

2,085.80
2,085.80

119875
04/14/2005
602-4192-419.21-30

AGOPIAN, GARO K.
04/01/2005

2420
03/07,09,21-HTE UPDATES

1642

036493

10/2005

2,550.00
2,550.00

119876
04/14/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

ALL STAR GLASS
04/06/2005

14
WINDSHIELD REPLACE

CT85078

F16602

10/2005

180.00
180.00

119877
04/14/2005
101-4211-421.27-60
101-4110-411.27-60
101-4481-448.27-60

ARCH WIRELESS, INC
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005

19
APRIL 2005 SVCS
APRIL 2005 SVCS
APRIL 2005 SVCS

A3390603D
A3390603D
A3390603D

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

333.65
286.62
32.70
14.33

119878
04/14/2005
101-0000-342.00-00

AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
04/12/2005

164
PARKING. CITATION SURCHG

MARCH 2005

10/2005

600.00
600.00

119879
04/14/2005
602-4192-419.26-10

BALLY'S LAS VEGAS
04/08/2005

3012
ANNUAL HUG CONGERENCE - H

060905

F18775

10/2005

376,05
376;05'

119880
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10

BALLY'S LAS VEGAS
04/08/2005

3012
ANNUAL HUG CONF. - HTE 6.

061005

F18771

10/2005

626.75
626.75

119881
04/14/2005
602-4192-419.26-10

BLISS, JAMES
04/08/2005

2311
ANNUAL HUG CONGERENCE - T

060905

F18776

10/2005

239.14
239.14

119882
04/14/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

BLISS, JAMES
04/13/2005

2311
Advance 06/06-06/09/05

ADV 06/09/05

10/2005

260.00
260.00

119883
04/14/2005
305-4613-461.21-90

BRUDVIK RENTAL, INC.
03/11/2005

697
STORAGE BINS FOR S JACKSO

18500

F18430

10/2005

635.73
635.73

33312
33330
33342

036591
036591
036591

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

1,028.29
300.68'
352.29
375.32

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

109.20
24.27
24.27131.64
131.6434.2034.20
36.65 36.65
2.65
2.6550.10-

'4/2005
119884
1-4346-434.23-40
1-4346-434.23-40
1-4346-434.23-40

719
BURRTEC WASTE INDUSTRIES, INC.
01/14/05 DISPOSAL
01/14/2005
01/14/05 DISPOSAL
01/14/2005
01/14/05 DISPOSAL
01/14/2005

119886
.4/2005
.2-4180-418.52-10
Q-4180-418.52-10
12-4180-418.52-10
Q-4180-418.52-10
)2-4180-418.52-10
12-4180-418.52-10
)2-4180-418.52-10
)2-4180-418.52-10
)2-4180-418.52-10
)2-4180-418.52-10
)2-4180-418.52-10

CARQUEST AUTO PARTS
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005

1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset
1/06-offset

34
Cr710-072736
Inv710-072720
Cr710-073528
Inv710-073196
Inv710-040498
Cr710-042438
Inv710-075178
Cr710-075203
Cr710-075381
Inv710-075185
Inv710-068139

710-072720
710-072736
710-073196
710-073528
710-042438
710-040498
710-075203
710-075178
710-075185
710-075381
710-068344

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#k

DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
01/06/2005
11/04/2004
11/12/2004
12/02/2004
01/10/2005
01/12/2005
03/21/2005
03/23/2005
03/23/2005
04/05/2005
04/07/20_05

1/06-offset Cr710-068344
1/06-offset Cr710-066561
1/06-offset Inv710-066513
1/06-offset Inv710-077300
1/06-offset Cr710-077305
1/06-offset Cr710-066989
1/06-offset Inv710-066975
1/06-offset Inv710-066998
1/06-offset Cr710-067095
1/06-offset Inv710-066981
1/06-offset CR710-067096
1/06-offset 1nv710-066329
1/06-offset Cr710-066399
1/06-offset Cr710-072171
1/06-offset Inv710-071984
1/06-offset Cr710-072173
1/06-offset Inv710-071985
1/06-offset Inv710-073389
1/06-offset Cr710-073391
1/06-offset Cr710-073860
1/06-offset Inv710-073720
1/06-offset Inv710-075907
1/06-offset Cr710-075913
1/06-offset Cr710-042438
1/06-offset Inv710-073720
1/06-offset Inv710-073720
11/04/04 U#9911
11/12/04 U#172
12/02/04 U#117
01/10/05 U#427
01/12/05 U#107
03/21/05 U#407
03/23/05 U#139
03/23/05 U#139
04/05/05 U#24
04/07/05 U#643

710-068139
710-066513
710-066561
710-077305
710-077300
710-066975
710-066989
710-067095
710-066998
710-067096
710-066981
710-066399
710-066329
710-071984
710-072171
710-071985
710-072173
710-073391
710-073389
710-073720
710-07386039.07
710-075913
710-075907
710-040498
710-07386039.07
710-073860
710-060524
710-062527
710-066358
710-073528
710-074095
710-088581
710-089028
710-089033
710-001234
710-001834

036204
036204
036204
036204
036204
036204
036204
036204
036204
036204

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

119887
04/14/2005
520-4637-463.22-20

CARROLL, MICHAEL
04/04/2005

247
04/05 GOLF MGMT FEE

040405

036250

10/2005

4,000.00
4,000.00

119888
04/14/2005
602-4192-419.28-85
602-4192-419.65-20
602-4192-419.65-20
602-4192-419.51-10
602-4192-419.21-30

CDWG
03/25/2005
03/30/2005
03/30/2005
03/30/2005
03/30/2005

603
ADOBE - QUOTE 3.9.05
TONER CARTRIDGES (2) 4100
TONER CARTRIDGES (2) #100
SONY 52X52X52 INT. IDE CD
HP HIGH YIELD TONER CART

RM64954
R052013
R052013
R016885
R051475

F18503
F18653
F18653
F18654
F18655

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

1,357.69
791.53
181.34
181.34
44.30
159.38

119889
04/14/2005
602-4192-419.51-10
602-4192-419.51-10

CENTRAL PRINTER REPAIR
04/05/2005
04/05/2005

2326
C4129X TONER CART.
C4127X TONER CART.

3761
3761

F18735
P18735

10/2005
10/2005

614.47
90.00
79.00

ACCOUNT

#

602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602 4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10

TRN DATE

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT
50.10
78.94
78.948.048.04
55.67
55.6739.7839.78
37.5837.58
51.6251.62
133.75
133.75100.23
100.23289.05289.05
39.07
39.0756.3456.34
34.2039.07
39.0712.22
62.05
5.70
131.6435.95
31.56
5.70
30.42
51.69
39.75

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VENDOR #
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TRN AMOUNT

DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

PO #

04/05/2005
04/05/2005
04/05/2005

TAX
TAX - WATER
HP LASERJET 4050/5000 SEA

3761
3761
3687

F18735
F18735
F18736

10/2005
10/2005.
10/2005

6.98
6.12
432.37

119890
04/14/2005
602-4180-418.55-32
602-4180-418.55-32
602-4180-418.55-32
602-4180-418.55-32
602-4180-418.55-32
602-4180-418.55-32

CLEAN ENERGY
02/26/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005

02/05
02/05
02/05
02/05
02/05
02/05

E1117524
E1117524
E1117524
E1117524
E1117524
E1117524

036262
036262
036262
036262
036262
036262

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

1,234.05
164.29
307.82
224.26
336.23
159.06
42.39

119891
04/14/2005
520-4637-463.55-20

CLUB FORMS
03/31/2005

2155
1 BOX #PSB-63 STAR MICRON

54759

P18630

10/2005

41.91
41.91

119892
04/14/2005
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81

235
COCA-COLA BTLG CO OF SAN DIEGO
02/15/05 GOLF
02/15/2005
02/15/05 GOLF
02/15/2005

76039313
76039314

036252
036252

10/2005
10/2005

321.15
272.05
49.10

119893
04/14/2005
211-4342-434.66-10

CRYSTAL CHRYSLER CENTER
04/08/2005

C5399

036686

10/2005

6,780.22
6,780.22

119894
04/14/2005
101-4214-421.26-10

3015
CSUS - C/O CCE OTS CONFERENCE
OTS SUMMIT 2005 - 5.2.0504/08/2005

050505

F18781

10/2005

235.00
235.00

119895
04/14/2005
101-4194-419.26-80

CVMACC
04/07/2005

574
WASSERMAN, G SOUTHARD, p

050605

F18757

10/2005

600.00,
600.00

119896
04/14/2005
602-0000-141.10-60

DAPPER TIRE CO., INC.
03/15/2005

500
03/15/05 PARTS

169260

119897
04/14/2005
101-4194-419.28-80

2559
DESERT SPRINGS PUBLISHING
03/05 PR & CONSULTING
03/31/2005

119898
04/14/2005
101-4482-448.27-40

DESERT SUN
03/27/2005

119899
04/14/2005
602-0000-141.10-60
602-0000-141.10-60

146
DOUG'S FILTER SERVICE, INC.
03/23/05 FILTERS
03/23/2005
03/30/05 FILTERS
03/30/2005

119900
04/14/2005
101-4341-434.66-90

EAST BAY TRUCK CENTER
03/29/2005

119901
04/14/2005
602-4191-419.24-65
602-4191-419.24-65
119902
04/14/2005
602-4192-419.28-85

ACCOUNT

#

602-4192-419.51-10
602-4192-419.51-10
101-4211-421.24-30

TRN DATE

103
MTHLY FUEL
MTHLY FUEL
MTHLY FUEL
MTHLY FUEL
MTHLY FUEL
MTHLY FUEL

USAGE
USAGE
USAGE,
USAGE
USAGE
USAGE

2909
2003 CHRYSLER GEM

42
2/28-3/27 PLANNING/DEV

2779
STENCIL PAINT TRUCK

10/2005

1,399.57
1,399.57

033105

036432

10/2005

2,083.00
2,083.00

CIT053 03/27/05

036146

10/2005

995.70
995.70

10/2005
10/2005

1,687.19
1,146.96
540.23
64,998.03'
64,996.03

0217930-IN
0218134-IN
45618

036539

10/2005

1961
ECOLAB INC., WATER CARE SERVIC
03/05 IPD WTR CARE FEE
03/01/2005
03/05 CTYHL WTR CARE FEE
03/01/2005

5135394
5137269

036216
036216

10/2005
10/2005

593.71
254.29
339.42

2300
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS. RESEARCH
03/29 ARCVIEW9.0 LICENSE
03/22/2005

91092655

036845

10/2005

1,621.71
1,621.71

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PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
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NUMBER

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DATE
ACCOUNT

#

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE

PAGE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR
BANK CODE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

4
00

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

119903
04/14/2005
101-4194-419.28-80

FANTASY SPRINGS CASINO
04/06/2005

1110
05/04/05 GALA-6TABLES

050705

036915

10/2005

4,500.00
4,500.00

119904
04/14/2005
602-4199-419.27-30
602-4199-419.27-30

FEDEX
04/05/2005
04/05/2005

458
GLENN SOUTHARD
BOB SMITH - WATER

5-439-47878
5-439-47878

F18737
F18737

10/2005
10/2005

85.67
20.13
65.54

119905
04/14/2005
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10

FIESTA FORD
04/06/2005
04/06/2005
04/06/2005

46
ALTERNATOR
ALTERNATOR & CORE CHARGE
CORE CHARGE CREDIT FOR AL

319777
319697
319774

F18648
F18649
F18650

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

472.34
236.17
316.98
30.81-

119906
04/14/2005
101-0000-375.60-00

FRANCES LONCJOHN
04/08/2005

1571
AMBULANCE REFUND

040405

10/2005

75.92
75.92

119907
04/14/2005
602-4191-419.55-10

FULTON DISTRIBUTING
03/28/2005

49
03/28/05 YARD JANITORIAL

62541

10/2005

387.20
387.20

119908
04/14/2005
101-0000-115.40-10
101-4211-421.26-10

GARCIA, PATRICIA'
04/08/2005
04/08/2005

2151
Clear Adv. Ck#119273
Clear Adv. Ck#119273

PAY ADV 03/30
PAY ADV 03/30

119909
04/14/2005
101-4110-411.26-10

GODFREY, BEN
03/25/2005

189
DINNER W/ NEW CM AND WATS

030505

F18635

10/2005

219.31
219.31

119910
04/14/2005
520-4637-463.52-30
602-4191-419.52-90
602-0000-141.10-20

GRAINGER, INC.
04/06/2005
04/06/2005
03/16/2005

215
RELAY CONTACTR 40A FOR GC
MOTOR FOR BLOWER FAN - SR
03/16/05 WTR COOLER 2GAL

934-131923-5
934-009408-6
934829857-2

F18525
F18526

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

760.09
106.39
96.90
556.80

119911
04/14/2005
101-4341-434.52-40
101-4341-434.52-40

GRANITE CONSTRUCTION CO
03/01/2005
03/01/2005

54
03/01/05 MAX MED
03/01/05 TACK OIL

127899
127900

036248
036248

10/2005
10/2005

293.51
161.56
131.95

119912
04/14/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

HAWKINS, REGINA
04/13/2005

1952
Advance 05/02-05/04/05

ADV 05/04/05

10/2005

195.00
195.00

119913
04/14/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

HAWKINS, REGINA
04/13/2005

1952
Advance 05/06-06/10/05

ADV 06/10/05

10/2005

325.00
325.00

119914
04/14/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

HICKS, JEFF
04/13/2005

566
Advance 05/02-05/05/05

ADV 05/05/05

10/2005

155.00
155.00

119915
04/14/2005
101-4194-419.28-80

1309
HIGH TECH MAILING SERVICES
75TH GALA INVITATIONS
03/29/2005

119916
04/14/2005
101-4110-411.28-80

HOBBS, DANIEL G.
03/31/2005

119917
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10

HUG CONFERENCE
04/08/2005

036150

10/2005
10/2005

18.63
12.0030.63

9033

036914

10/2005

1,030.26
1,030.26

3008
CM INTERVIEW TRIPS

033105

036901

10/2005

2,651.58
2,651.58

3011
ANNUAL HUG CONGERENCE - H

061005A

F18773

10/2005

395.00
395.00

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15:15:05
PROGRAM; GM350L
City of Indio
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NUMBER

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DATE
ACCOUNT

#

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE

PAGE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR
BANK CODE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

5
00

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AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

119918
04/14/2005
602-4192-419.26-10

HUG CONFERENCE
04/08/2005

3011
ANNUAL HUG CONGERENCE - H

060905

F18774

10/2005

395.00
395.00

119919
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10

HUG CONFERENCE
04/08/2005

3011
ANNUAL HUG CONGERENCE

061005

F18772

10/2005

395.00
395.00

119920
04/14/2005
101-4214-421.26-10

HYATT REGENCY ISLANDIA
04/08/2005

3014
OTS SUMMIT 2005

050505

F16780

10/2005

923.78
923.78

119922
04/14/2005
101-4270-427.23-30
245-4349-434.23-30
241-4349-434.23-30
245-4349-434.23-30
246-4349-434.23-30
247-4349-434.23-30
245-4349-434.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
258-4349-434.23-30
248-4349-434.23-30
253-4349-434.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
263-4349-434.23-30
263-4349-434.23-30
261-4349-434.23-30
257-4349-434.23-30
251-4349-434.23-30
258-4349-434.23-30
266-4349-434.23-30
241-4349-434.23-30
266-4349-434.23-30
267-4349-434.23-30
267-4349-434.23-30
260-4349-434.23-30
265-4349-434.23-30
265-4349-434.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
252-4349-434.23-30
252-4349-434.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
266-4349-434.23-30
245-4349-434.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30

IMPERIAL IRRIGATION DISTRICT
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
MARCH
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005
MARCH
04/13/2005

403
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS

50002342
50002424
50002485
50002520
50002541
50002585
50002600
50002623
50002636
50002646
50002686
50002710
50002736
50002758
50002767
50002778
50002785
50002797
50002812
50002832
50002646
50002852
50002862
50002869
50002884
50002892
50002902
50002924
50003190
50003201
50003228
50003326
50141636
50145325
50155930
50270282
50270281
50284455
50279801

10/2005
20/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/20o5
10/2005

1,483.25
16.76
4.11
11.50
4.11
4.11
4.11
4.11
10.44
45.24
4.11
5.16
.5.2a
45.24
4.11
4.11
4.11
5.16
4.11
5.44
4.11
4.11
4.11,
5.16
4.11
5.14
5.44
41.60
105.33
4.11
4.11
65.28
25.20
5.19
93.74
164.37
48.55
27.65
54.49
312.47

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15:15:05
PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
CHECK
DATE

CHECK
NUMBER VENDOR NAME

ACCOUNT #
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30

TRN DATE
04/13/2005
04/13/2005

PAGE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR
BANK CODE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

00
CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

MARCH 2005 SVCS
MARCH 2005 SVCS

50279800
50260388

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005
10/2005

243.78
63.87

10/2005

600.00
600.00

10/2005

90.09
90.09

10/2005

2,100.70
2,100.70

10/2005

231.80
231.80

10/2005

5,150.85
5,150.85

04/14/2005
119923
101-4194-419.28-80

194
INDIO CHAMBER QF COMMERCE
CORP SPONSOR INDIO CHAMBE
04/07/2005

04/14/2005
119924
520-4637-463.23-30

INDIO WATER AUTHORITY
04/13/2005

564
INDIO MUNI GOLF COURSE

3/02-4/04/05

04/14/2005
119925
520-4637-463.22-20

JM STAFFING
03/28/2005

245
W/E 03/27/05 GOLF

00016462

119926
04/14/2005
101-0000-375.60-00

1701
JOHN F. KENNEDY MEMORIAL HOSPI
04/08/2005
RE: HERNANDEZ,DANIEL

04/14/2005
119927
601-4195-419.25-40

JT2 INTEGRATED RESOURCES
04/01/2005

157
03/01-03/31/05 REPLENISH

040105

119928
04/14/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

KEARNS, KAY
04/13/2005

360
Advance 05/02-05/04/05

ADV 05/04/05

10/2005

195.00
195.00

119929
04/14/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

KEARNS, KAY
04/13/2005

360
Advance 06/06-06/10/05

ADV 06/10/05

10/2005

325.00
325.00

119930
04/14/2005
602-0000-141.10-60

324
KENNEDY'S FOR TIRES INDIO
03/18/05 PARTS
03/18/2005

1-026418

10/2005

312.68
312.68

119931
04/14/2005
247-4349-434.24-40
101-4631-463.22-20

1159
KIRKPATRICK LANDSCAPING SVCS
02/05 LUMSERMANS
02/28/2005
03/05 INDIO BLVD RTE 86
03/01/2005

00031838
00031822

036793
036650

10/2005
10/2005

1,196.00
196.00
1,000.00

119932
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10

LONG BEACH HILTON
04/08/2005

050405

F18778

10/2005

280.13
280.13

119933
04/14/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

MALCOLM SMITH MOTORSPORTS
2367
03/17/05 U#182
03/17/2005

99394297

036838

10/2005

1,276.57
1,276.57

119934
04/14/2005
101-4110-411.27-50
101-4125-412.27-50
101-4122-412.27-50
101-4211-421.27-50
101-4161-416.27-50
101-4631-463.27-50
101-4341-434.27-50
101-4430-443.27-50
101-4411-441.27-50
101-4430-443.27-50
101-4110-411.27-50
101-4123-412.27-50

NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005
04/12/2005

573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040
573224310-040

10/2005
10/2oos
lo/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2oos
10/2005
10/2005
10/2oos
10/2005
10/2005

3,151.74
358.18
65.47
47.03
1,261.57
48.83
90.59
59.18
685.47
120.91
45.99
288.97
47.03

3013
WESTERN REGIONAL IMPA-HR

MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH

383
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS

02-04-1524

F18758

036245

040405
036350

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15,15:05
PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
CHECK
DATE

CHECK
NUMBER VENDOR NAME

ACCOUNT #
101-4151-415.27-50

TRN DATE
04/12/2005

PAGE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR
BANK CODE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

MARCH 2005 SVCS

573224310-040

176
01/01-02/28/05 101.412
11/01-02/28/05 101.456
02/01-02/28/05 101.464
01/01-02/28/05 101.472
01/01-02/28/05 101.476
P/E 02/28/05 101.487
P/E 02/28/05 101.488
PIE 02/28/05 101.492
P/E 02/28/05 101.493
P/E 02/28/05 101.494
P/E 02/26/05 101.495
P/E 02/28/05 101.498

119935
04/14/2005
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40
101-4411-441.21-40

NRO ENGINEERING
02/28/2005
02/26/2005
02/26/2005
02/26/2005
02/26/2005
02/26/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005
02/28/2005
02/26/2005

119936
04/14/2005
90
520-4637-463.22,

272
PALM SPRINGS PUMP COMPANY
02/05 MAINTENANCE
p3/01/2005

00

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005

32.52

03-05-001A
03-05-002A
03-05-003A
03-05-004A
03-05-005A
03-05-006A
03-05-007A
03-05-008A
03-05-009
03-05-010
03-05-011
03-05-012

036451
036451
036451
036451
036451
036451
036451
036451
036451
036451
036451
036451

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

12,128.75
210.00
787.50
918.75
1,050.00
2,362.50
525.00
262.50
1,575.00
2,887.50
262.50
787.50
500.00

05-8477

036251

10/2005

130.00
130.00

10/2005
10/2005

1,541.83
1,109.55
432.28

PARKHOUSE TIRE, INC
03/24/2005
03/31/2005

2252
03/24/05 PARTS
03/31/05 PARTS

43322
43366

119938
04/14/2005
101-4194-419.28-80

PETER DAVID, INC
04/07/2005

2947
PINS 75TH ANNIVERSARY

1N0132696

036787

10/2005

968.84
968.84

119939
04/14/2005
305-4613-461.21-90

RAIN FOR RENT
04/11/2005

2662
FINANCE CHGS

036004148

F18433

10/2005

68.21
68.21

119940
04/14/2005
602-4180-418.24-10
602-4180-418.24-10

ROUTE 99 INC.
03/16/2005
03/30/2005

2690
CAR MAINT - WASH 2/05
VARIOUS CARWASHES 3.1.05-

030105
031505

F18492
F18691

10/2005
10/2005

57.00
30.00
27.00

119941
04/14/2005
310-4713-471.21-40

SAXON ENGINEERING
03/07/2005

2752
INHOUSE PLOTTING - ROLDAN

05-55

F18421

10/2005

62.10
62.10

119942
04/14/2005
101-4115-411.21-10

SCHOTT & LITES ADVOCATES
03/20/2003

3016
0901-09/30/03 CONSULTING

032003

036902

10/2005

1,000.00
1,000.00

119943
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10
101-4122-412.26-10

SCPMA
04/06/2005
04/14/2005

468
WESTERN REGIONAL IMPA-HR
WESTERN REGIONAL IMPA-HR

050405A
050405A

F18779

10/2005
10/2005

.00,
225.00
225.00-

119944
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10
101-4122-412.26-10

SCPMA
04/08/2005
04/14/2005

468
WESTERN REGIONAL IMPA-HR
WESTERN REGIONAL IMPA-HR

050405
050405

F18777

10/2005
10/2005

.00
225.00
225.00-

119945
04/14/2005
602-0000-141.10-60

SMITH PIPE & SUPPLY INC.
03/15/2005

03/15/05

1369810

119946
04/14/2005
602-4180-418.55-30

SOCO GROUP
03/15/2005

251
03/01-03/15 UNL FUEL

648564

.04/14/2005 - 119937
602-0000-141.10-60
602-0000-141.10-60

10/2005

7.94
7.94

10/2005

10,732.07
6,663.49

76

036142

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15:15:05
PROGRAM: Gm350L
City of India
CHECK
DATE
ACCOUNT

CHECK
NUMBER
#

602-4180-418.55-30
602-4180-418.55-30

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE
03/15/2005
03/15/2005

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PAGE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

BANK CODE

00
CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

PO #

03/01-03/15 UNL FUEL
03/01-03/15 UNL FUEL

.648564
648564

036142
036142

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005
10/2005

2,130.10
1,938.48

10/2005

9.21
9.21

04/14/2005
119947
602-4191-419.23-10

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS CO
409
04/11/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS

11332399002

04/14/2005
119948
602-4192-419.21-30
602-4192-419.21-30

SOUTHWEST NETWORKS INC.
03/15/2005
03/15/2005

418
03/01-03/15/05 NET LABOR
03/01-03/15/05 NET LABOR

05-3055
05-3055

036714
036895

10/2005
10/2005

2,793.75
681.25
2 112.50

04/14/2005
119949
602-4180-418.52-10

STAR AUTO PARTS
04/05/2005

BEARINGS

3-362975

F18593

10/2005

21.72
21.72

119950
04/14/2005
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81

TEDDY'S DONUTS
03/09/2005
03/10/2005

03/09/os
03/10/05

62697
61187

036268
036268

10/2005
10/2005

21.80
15.70
6.10

119951
04/14/2005
101-4341-434.28-10

TOPS N BARRICADES
02/28/20os

78
02/28/05 DATEFEST

969430

036780 10/2005

2,400.00
2,400.00

119952
04/14/2005
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10

VERIEON CALIFORNIA
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005

408
MARCH 2005 SVCS
MARCH 2005 SVCS
MARCH 2005 SVCS

181-0190
347-8451
347-1270

10/2005
1p/2005
10/2005

193.87
42.67
37.43
113.77

119953
04/14/2005
101-0000-375.60-00

WEBER, JOHN
04/06/2005

3017
AMBULANCE REFUND

040405

10/2005

789.44
789.44

04/14/2005
119954
101-4121-412.26-10

WELLER, KENNETH
04/08/2005

1100
SETTLEMENT CONY 4.05.05

040505

F18782

10/2005

116.48
116.48

04/14/2005
119955
101-4430-443.51-10

WESCO
03/15/2005

1553
ELECTRICAL TESTERS 2@

427852

F18444

10/2005

269.38
269.38

04/14/2005
119956
101-4110-411.28-80

WILSON, THOMAS J.
03/31/2005

3009
CM INTERVIEW TRIPS

023105

036900

10/2005

1,350.43
1,350.43

119957
04/14/2005
101-4241-424.22-50

WITTMAN ENTERPRISES
04/01/2005

172
03/05 AMBULANCE BILLING

2005000329

036275

10/2005

4,920.00
4,920.00

119958
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10

SCPMA
04/14/2005

468
WESTERN REGIONAL IMPA-HR

050405A

10/2005

225.00
225.00

119959
04/14/2005
101-4122-412.26-10

SCPMA
04/14/2005

468
WESTERN REGIONAL IMPA-HR

050405

10/2005

225.00
225.00

04/14/2005
119960
101-4211-421.55-20
101-4441-444.22-90
101-4441-444.22-90

OFFICE MAX - A BOISE COMPANY
29
12/17/2004
12/17/04 IPD OFF. SUPPLIE
12/17/2004
12/17/04 IPD OFF. SUPPLIE
12/17/2004
12/17/04 IPD OFF.SUPPLIE8

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

2,757.79
2,428.50
97.99
90.48

355
131

900353
900353
901404

03664.8
036648
03664B

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PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
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DATE

CHECK
NUMBER VENDOR NAME

ACCOUNT #

TRN DATE

PAGE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR
BANK CODE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

00

INVOICE

PO #

901401
901399
901402
901403

036648
036648
036648
036648

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

18.09
90.43
16.15
16.15

20050420

10/2005

12,126.25
12,126.25

2312
PAYROLL SUMMARY

20050420

10/2005

853.00
853.00

119963
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.50-20

1111
DOWNEY SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOC.,
PAYROLL SUMMARY
04/20/2005

20050420

10/2005

180.00
180.00

119964
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.60-30

130
ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST #457
PAYROLL SUMMARY
04/20/2005

20050420

10/2005

5,853.95
5,853,95

119965
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.50-10

INDIO POLICE ASSOCIATION
04/20/2005

114
PAYROLL SUMMARY

20050420

10/2005

3,968.21
3,968.21

119966
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.50-30

LIUNA/LOCAL 777
04/20/2005

284
PAYROLL SUMMARY

20050420

10/2005

666.10
666.10

119967
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.50-40

SEIU
04/20/2005

300
PAYROLL SUMMARY

20050420

10/2005

145.77
145.77

119968
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.40-20

UNITED WAY OF THE DESERT
04/20/2005

305
PAYROLL SUMMARY

20050420

10/2005

350.00
350.00

119969
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.60-20

135CM/WEST
04/20/2005

181
PAYROLL SUMMARY

20050420

10/2005

7,714.17
7,714.17

119970
04/15/2005
602-4192-419.51-10

WASSERMAN, MARK
04/15/2005

2687
COMPUTER FOR G. SOUTHARD

041505

10/2005

3,024.99
3,024.99

119971
04/18/2005
101-0000-229.10-05

166
COACHELLA VALLEY ASSOCIATION 0
TUMF MARCH 2005
04/18/2005

041805

10/2005

319,997.87
319,997.87

119972
04/20/2005
101-4341-434.52-40

AGGREGATE PRODUCTS INC.
03/11/2005

1015
03/11- STATE COLDMIX

10248

036246

10/2005

992.96
992.96

119973
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

ALL STAR GLASS
04/14/2005

14
REPLACE WINDSHIELD

CT85307

F18718

10/2005

217.82
217.82

119974
04/20/2005
101-4346-434.52-30
101-4346-434.52-30

AMERICAN ROTARY BROOM CO.,INC.
03/31/05
03/31/2005
03/31/05
03/31/2005

237906
237912

036315
036315

10/2005
10/2005

306.01
229.51
76.50.

119975
04/20/2005.
602-4180-418.26-10

3038
AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS INSTITU
05/02-05/10 CAMPOS
04/20/2005

051005A

D36925

10/2005

450.00
450.00

12/20/2004
01/05/2005
01/14/2005
02/24/2005

12/20/04
01/05/05
01/14/05
02/24/05

119961
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.80-00

ALTURA CREDIT UNION
04/20/2005

156
PAYROLL SUMMARY

119962
04/15/2005
101-0000-218.95-00

BENESYST
04/20/2005

101-4441-444.22-90
101-4441-444.22-90
101-4441-444.22-90
101-4441-444.22-90

IPD
IPD
IPD
IPD

OFF.SUPPLIES
OFF.SUPPLIES
OFF.SUPPLIES
OFF.SUPPLIES

74

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DATE

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NUMBER

ACCOUNT

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PAGE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005
VENDOR

BANK CODE

00
CHECK
AMOUNT

#

DESCRIPTION

10

INVOICE

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

119976
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.26-10

AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS INSTITU
3038
04/20/2005
05/12-05/19 CAMPOS

051905

036925

10/2005

375.00
375.00

119977
04/20/2005.
602-4180-418.26-10

AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS INSTITU
3038
04/20/2005
05/12-05/19 MCQUERY

051905A

036925

10/2005

375.00
375.00

119978
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.26-10

AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS INSTITU
3038
04/20/2005
05/14-05/21 MCQUERY

052105

036925

10/2005

275.00'
275.00

04/20/2005
119979
602-4180-418.26-10

AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS INSTITU
3038
04/20/2005
05/14-05/21 CAMPOS

052105A

036925

10/2005

275.00
275.00

119980
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.26-10

AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS INSTITU
3038
04/20/2005
05/02-05/10 MCQUEARY

051005

036925

10/2005

450.00
450.00

119981
04/20/2005
101-4151-415.21-80
101-4151-415.21-80

BERRYMAN & HENIGAR
11/18/2004
12/22/2004

2427
10/16-11/12/04 INV.VALUAT
11/13-12/17/04 INV.VALUAT

0049650
0050262

036931
036931

10/2005
10/2005

5,940.56
3,551.62
2,388.94

119982
04/20/2005
101-4211-421.26-10
101-4211-421.26-10
101-4211-421.26-10
101-4211-421.26-10

C.W.'S AMERICAN GRILL
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005

1037
BREAKFAST/LUNCH - IPD COM
BREAKFAST/ - IPD CORPORAL
BREAKFAST - IPD CORPORAL
IN HOUSE SUPERVISORY DEV

825
694
695
663

F18886
F16887
F16888
F18889

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

730.91
98.91
110.00
110.00
412.00

04/20/2005
119983
101-0000-115.40-10

CAMPOS, CARLOS
04/20/2005

3044
Advance 05/14&21/05

ADV 05/21/05

10/2005

130.00
130.00

119984
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

CAMPOS, CARLOS
04/20/2005

3044
Advance 05/12-19/05

ADV 05/19/05

10/2005

150.00
150.00

119985
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

CAMPOS, CARLOS
04/20/2005

3044
Advance 05/02-10/05

ADV 05/10/05

10/2005

150.00
150.60

119986
04/20/2005
101-4115-411.21-10
101-4115-411.21-10

CARL WARREN & CO.
04/13/2005
04/13/2005

1409
10.20.04-03.04.05 - LOSS
04/29-03/17/03 Taylor

976271
979272

F18829

10/2005
10/2005

446.47
262.36
164.11

119987
04/20/2005
602-4180-416.52-10

CARQUEST AUTO PARTS
03/17/2005

34
A/C COMPRESSOR

710-087901

F18544

10/2005

231.63
231.63

119988
04/20/2005
602-4199-419.55-20

CDS OFFICE PRODUCTS
04/13/2005

2254
20 CASES 8.5X11 PAPER

154104-0

F18823

10/2005

527.98
527.98

119989
04/20/2005
602-4192-419.28-85

CDWG
03/31/2005

603
03/31-BACKUP SERVER

R093100

036844

10/2005

4,626.65
4,626.65

119990
04/20/2005
602-4199-419.28-60

CENTRAL PRINTER REPAIR
04/13/2005

2326
LASERJET REPAIR MAINT KIT

3760

F18821

10/2005

432.37
432.37

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City of Indio
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NUMBER

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DATE
ACCOUNT

#

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PAGE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

BANK CODE

00
CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

11

INVOICE

119991
04/20/2005
101-0000-395.00-00
101-4194-419.28-80
101-4482-448.28-60

COACHELLA VALLEY PRINTING GROU
112
04/18/2005
Jose Lopez (Fin.Report)
03/31/2005
03/31/05 GALA INVITATIONS
04/01/2005
PLANNING BUS CRDS

46239
46139
46586

119992
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.23-20

COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRIC
281
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS

GOLF-3/31/05

119993
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81

COCA-COLA BTLG CO OF SAN DIEGO
235
03/15/2005
03/15/05 GOLF
03/29/2005
03/29/05 GOLF

86031513
86032706

119994
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.24-20

COMSERCO, INC.
03/24/2005

94
04/01-04/30/05 ADDS/DEL

119995
04/20/2005
101-4482-448.28-60

COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE
04/13/2005

119996
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.22-90

COVE ELECTRIC, INC.
03/24/2005

04/20/200.5
119997
101-4651-465.51-10

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

1,855.98
8.08
1,718.60
129.30

10/2005

348.53
348.53

036252
036252

10/2005
10/2005

698.48
435.70
262.78

03/mA50213465

036414

10/2005

2,450.00
2,450.00

APN BOOK UPDATES

33005

F18841

10/2005

3.00
3.00

431
03/24/05 GOLF COURSE

6439

036813

10/2005

2,072.26
2,072.26

CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING
1089
03/25/2005
04/01-04/30/05 RENTAL

060431

036138

10/2005

16.80
16.80

119998
04/20/2005
101-4194-419.28-80

CURTIS, JIM
04/13/2005

2882
COLORED PAPER - MID MONTH

4047

F18813

10/2005

11.63
11.63

119999
04/20/2005
101-4213-421.21-90

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
03/08/2005

314
02/05, FINGERPRINTING

510964

036225

10/2005

944.00
944.00

120000
04/20/2005
602-4191-419.24-65

DESERT FIRE EXTINGUISHER
04/14/2005

40
FIRE SYSTEM SERVICE

712891

F18892

10/2005

125.00
125.00

120001
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.22-90

DESERT SUN
04/13/2005

4201/31-02/27 Golf - -F16853

IND011 02/27/05

10/2005

227.50
227.50

120002
04/20/2005
602-4191-419.52-90

DESERT TECH
04/14/2005

240
SR CTR FREEZER REPAIR

2844

F18896

10/2005

883.10
883.10

120003
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.22-90

DIRECT TV
04/14/2005

231
SAT TV - GC

123812822

F18874

10/2005

67.99
67.99

120004
04/20/2005
602-4191-419.28-10

DISH NETWORK
04/14/2005

229
CITY CABLE TV

31805

F18894

10/2005

51.99 -

036929
036405

616

51.99

120005
04/20/2005
101-4343-434.55-90

DUNN-EDWARDS CORP
03/17/2005

1330
03/17/05 GRAFFITI PAINT

00790095245

036301

10/2005

1,277.93
1,277.93

120006
04/20/2005
101-4194-419.28-80

EL INFORMADOR DEL VALLE
04/13/2005

743
ADVERTISING (75 YEARS OF

11-03-1327

F18850

10/2005

48.00
48.00

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PAGE

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BANK CODE

#

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

00

CHECK
AMOUNT

CHECK

NUMBER

12

INVOICE

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

120007
04/20/2005
101-4211-421.24-30

ELECTRIC CAR DISTRIBUTORS INC
1146
03/16/2005
2 ELEC EZ-GO 2.1.05

270

F18534

10/2005

125.00
125.00

120008
04/20/2005
101-4651-465.51-10
520-4637-463.55-81
101-4651-465.51-10

FARMER BROTHERS CO.
02/24/2005
03/22/2005
04/04/2005

7067988A
7079204
7068599

036135
036135
036135

10/2005
10/2005
10/2'005

340.85
76.43
146.75
117.67

120009
04/20/2005
101-4115-411.21-10

FERGUSON, PRAET & SHERMAN
1042
04/07/2005
03/08/05 Heather-Final

5139028RQ 03/08

10/2005

278.98
278.98

120010
04/20/2005
101-4346-434.55-30
101-4346-434.55-30

FERRELLGAS
03/17/2005
04/20/2005

551
03/17/05 680 GAL
04/04/05 200 GAL

1002207365
1002358154

036247
036247

10/2005
10/2005

2,111.38
1,633.19
476.19 ,

120011
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10

FIESTA FORD
04/13/2005
04/14/2005

46
OIL. COOLER HOSES
TUSE ASSY

320145
320842

F18608
F18770

10/2005
10/2005

273.72
106.26
165.44

120012
04/20/2005
602-4191-419.55-10
101-4651-465.51-10

FULTON DISTRIBUTING
04/14/2005
02/24/2005

49.
JANITORIAL SUPPLIES SR CT
02/24/05 SNRCTR PAPER

62725
59916

F16897
036150

10/2005
10/2005

737.03
632.44
104.59

120013
04/20/2005
101-4341-434.52-40

GARZA TURF & POWER EQUIPMENT
51
WEED EATER FOR STREET DEP
04/14/2005

8120

F16520

10/2005

527..87
527.87

120014
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10
602-4180-418.52-10

GEORGE'S GOODYEAR
04/13/2005
04/14/2005

52
REPLACE TIRES
REPAIR FLAT TIRE

051041
6563662

F18717

10/2005
10/2005

101.51
65.00
36.51

120015
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.55-82

GLOBAL TOUR GOLF
04/13/2005

2223
HEX PENCILS - 50

84107

F18828

10/2005

236.82
236.82

120016
04/20/2005
101-4310-431.55-90

GOLD COAST TUBE & STEEL
04/14/2005

433
STEEL - INDIO BLVD STREET

7423

F18873

10/2005

16.38
16.38

120017
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.52-30

GOLF VENTURES WEST
03/25/2005

2590
BACK LAP PASTE FOR REELS

421978

F18389

10/2005

371.89
371.89

120018
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.24-10
602-4180-418.24-10

GORDO'S AUTO DETAILS
03/16/2005
03/23/2005

99
03/16/05 26 WASHES
03/23/05 25 WASHES

254306
254306

036286
036286

10/2005
10/2005

408.00
208.00
200.00

120019
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.52-30
520-4637-463.52-30
520-4637-463.52-30

GRAINGER, INC.
04/06/2005
04/06/2005
04/06/2005

215
3 MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS FOR
3 MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS FOR
3 MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS FOR

6154106984
6154106984
934-138593-9

F18523

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

197.11
197.11
197.11197.11

120020
04/20/2005
101-4341-434.52-40

GRANITE CONSTRUCTION CO
03/18/2005

54
03/18/05 CLASS C2

128773

036248

10/2005

578
02/24/05 SNTCTR
03/22/05 GOLF
04/04/05 SNRCTR

2,518.28
1,100.15

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City of Indio

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NUMBER

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DATE

PAGE
BANK CODE

DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

PO #

03/18/2005

03/18/05 TACK OIL

03/24/2005
03/25/2005
03/25/2005

03/24/05 MAX MED,AR4000
03/25/05 MAX MED
03/25/05 TACK OIL

128774
128972
129148
129149

036248
036248
036248
036248

120021
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10
101-4411-441.26-10

HAPNER, SONIA
04/20/2005
04/20/2005

Clear Adv Ck0118872

120022
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

HAWK DESIGN
04/14/2005

426
ROOF NUMBERS

HI-DESERT COMMUNICATIONS
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
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GPS
GPS
GPS
GPS

120024
04/20/2005
602-4191-419.52-90
602-4191-419.52-90
101-4441-444.22-90
602-4191-419.52-90
602-4191-419.52-90
101-4341-434.52-40
602-4191-419.52-90
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04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005

101
BALLAST FOR IPD & CITY HA
WINDOW CAULKING - IPD
GARAGE STAKES
RELAY FOR LIFE - WATER BU
PLASTIC BAGS 1.10.05
ASPHALT HOT MIX PATCHING
COVER OUTSIDE WINDOWS
TOOL ACCESSORIES - ANCHOR
RELAY FOR LIFE - CORD
SR CTR ROOF REPAIR
SCREWS - INDIO BLVE BRIDG
BLDG MATL - FIN OFFICES

120026
04/20/2006
268-4349-434.23-30
268-4349-434.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
244-4349-434.23-30
244-4349-434.23-30
243-4349-434.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
242-4349-434.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30

403
IMPERIAL IRRIGATION DISTRICT
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
MARCH
04/19/2005
2005 SVCS
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005
MARCH 2005 SVCS
04/19/2005

ACCOUNT

#

101-4341-434.52-40
101-4341-434.52-40
101-4341-434.52-40
101-4341-434.52-40

120023
101-4212-421.52-20
101-4212-421.52-20
101-4212-421.52-20
101-4212-421.52-20
101-4212-421.52-20
101-4212-421.52-20
101-4212-421.52-20

04/20/2005

TRN DATE

04/19/2005
04/19/2005

2569
Clear Adv ck#118872

1668
ANT. ASSY
ANT. ASSY
ANT. ASSY
ANT. ASSY
ANT. ASSY
ANTENNA ANTENNA -

00

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #

VENDOR NAME

13

- UNIT 135
UNIT 123
UNIT 135
UNIT 121
UNIT 111
INC CABLE W
RS232 DB9 C

MARCH 2005 SVCS
MARCH 2005 SVCS

25324
25325
25326
25327
25328
25316
25317

178.50
376.24
746.99
116.40

10/2005
10/2005

91.30
92.90184.20

F18701

10/2005

50.00
50.00

F18876
F18877
F18878
F18879
F18880
F18881
F18882

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

788.76
92.67
92.67
92.67
92.67
92.67
135.77
189.64

F18898

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

4024252
6114703
0025572
3016855
6563662
8017204
7017302
3137506
2125241
8017189

3136823
6124770
50000265
50000268
50002169
50002266
50002276
50002286
50002295
50002313
50002322
50002380
50002389
50002415
50002470
50002592

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

PAY ADV 02/22
PAY ADV 02/22
.3458

PER/YEAR

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

945.79
63.52
47.33
118.36
169.33

5.69
193.61
51.86
40.72
70.36
88.09
12.87
84.05
11,797.76
5.14
4.11
26.26
5.58
4.11
4.11
4.11
4,613.75
99.01
45.24
18.87
4.11
351.00
81.08

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15:15:05
PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
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NUMBER

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DATE
ACCOUNT

#

240-4349-434.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
254-4349-434.23-30
259-4349-434.23-30
255-4349-434.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
250-4349-434.23--30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
101-4270-427.23-30
602-4191-419.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
249-4349-434.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30
101-4310-431.23-30

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE
04/19/2005
04/19/200s
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005
04/19/2005

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PAGE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

BANK CODE

14
00

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH

50002608
50002616
50002631
50002655
50002670
50002695
50002723
50002748
50002937
50002949
50002970
50002983
50002990
50003015
50003024
50003153
50003162
50003254
50003264
50028673
50028691
50002152
50002305
50133675
50148565
50161772
50161774
50193046
50185521
50234627
50237779
50280236
50280238

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

02-04-1426

10/2005

50.00
50.00

2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
20.05
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005

SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS

SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS
SVCS

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT
5.29
105.33
7.63
4.11
6.45
4.11
5.44
82.13
42.77
34.59
32.69
34.59
29.31
32.22
275.84
126,88
70.48
42.07
101.22
4.11
606.15,
3,074.39
704.20
36.92
43.94
34.59
58.01
99.01
106.38
86.63
6.58
376.58
250.64

120027
04/20/2005
101-4110-411.26-10

INDIO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
194
04/18/2005
M.Godfrey Athena Awards

120028
04/20/2005
101-4110-411.55-20

INDIO FLORIST
04/20/2005

806
03/30/05 stmt recon

033005

10/2005

19.82
19.82

120029
04/20/2005
305-4613-463.23-20

INDIO WATER AUTHORITY
04/19/2005

564
SOCCER FIELD

2/22-3/23/05

10/2005

324.25
324.25

120030
04/20/2005
101-4482-448.21-80

254
INLAND EMPIRE SMALL BUSINESS
12/29/2004
BUS.&TECH CONSULTING

604047

036938

10/2005

10,000.00
10,000.00

120031
04/20/2005
101-4115-411.21-10

JOE MCMILLIN
03/2.5/2005

6139031-03/05

036356

10/2005

405.00
405.00

120032
04/20/2005
101-4213-421.2150

JOHN F. KENNEDY, MEMORIAL
1689
04/13/2005
ER VISIT 11.16.04-- DAVID

1162314

F18638

10/2005

370.00
370.00

1824
01/06-03/14/05 YSLAS

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City of Indio
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NUMBER

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DATE
ACCOUNT

#

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PAGE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

BANK CODE

15
00

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

120033
04/20/2005
101-4115-411.21-10

JONES & MAYER
04/01/2005

91
03/01-03/21/05 LEGAL ADVI

30364

036365

10/2005

70.00
70.00

120034
04/20/2005
101-4194-419.28-80
101-4482-448.28-60

JP REPROGRAPHICS
04/13/2005
04/13/2005

539
MOUNT 12 POSTERS -GALA 7
2004 ZONING - PRINT FROM

167341
134004

F18824
P18840

10/2005
10/2005

595.44
485.00
110.44

120035
04/20/2005
101-4631-463.22-20
101-4631-463.22-20

1159
KIRKPATRICK LANDSCAPING SVCS
04/0.5 INDIO BLVD-RTER6
04/01/2005
04/05 INDIO BLVD
04/01/2005

00031911
00031912

036650
036848

10/2005
10/2005

6,316.75
1,000.00
5,316.75

120036
04/20/2005
101-4211-421.28-90

LEY, JOEY
04/13/2005

3036
REIMB FOR FLIGHT SUIT

40605

F18849

10/2005

114.58
114.58

120037
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

LIERA'S UPHOLSTRY
04/14/2005

1471
REPAIR SEAT

8496

F18657

10/2005

93.25
93.25

120038
04/20/2005
101-4194-419.28-80
101-4213-421.51-10
101-4213-421.51-10

65
LOCK SHOP SECURITY CENTER
LOCK SHOP - SPECIAL EVENT
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
CREDIT 3.16.05
MODIFICATION OF EVIDENCE
03/30/2005

256344
581083
580689

F18819
F18832
F18685

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

269.24
231.66
4.3141.89

120039
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

MASTERS AUTOBODY
04/14/2005

1141
BODY REPAIR DUE ACCIDENT

072448

F18514

10/2005

776.83
776.83

120040
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

MCQUEARY, FRANK
04/20/2005

3043
Advance 05/12-05/19/05

ADV 05/19/05

10/2005

150.00
150.00.

120041
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

MCQUEARY, FRANK
04/20/2005

3043
Advance 06/02-06/10/06

ADV 05/10/05

10/2005

150.00
150.00

120042
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

MCQUEARY, FRANK
04/20/2005

3043
Advance 05/14&21/05

ADV 05/21/05

10/2005

130.00
130.00

120043
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10
101-4211-421.26-10

MEADOWS, FOREST
04/20/2005
04/20/2005

2893
Clear Adv Ck#119713
Clear Adv Ck#119713

PAY ADV 04/08
PAY ADV 04/08

10/2005
10/2005

30.00
40.0070.00

120044
04/20/2005
101-4121-412.26-30

830
MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATI
MMASC MEMBERSHIP - 2005
04/11/200s

.031505

F18799

10/2005

50.00
50.00

120045
04/20/2005
101-4122-412.22-20
101-4122-412.22-20
101-4122-412.22-20

OFFICE TEAM
03/28/2005
04/04/2005
04/11/2005

135
W/E 03/25/05 OSHANA
W/E 04/01/05 OSHANA
W/E 04/08/05 OSHANA

13021135
13056962
13103710

036610
036610
036610

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

2,381.28
828.75
801.13
751.40

120046
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

PARKHOUSE TIRE, INC
04/13/2005

2252
REPLACE TIRES

43367

F18696

10/2005

425.41
425.41

120047
04/20/2005
101-0000-115.40-10

PERRY, MIKE
04/20/2005

1580
Clear Adv Ck4119722

PAY ADV 04/08

10/2005

30.00
40.00-

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15:15:05
PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
CHECK
NUMBER

CHECK
DATE
ACCOUNT

#

101-4211-421.26-10

PAGE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

VENDOR NAME

BANK CODE

04/20/2005

120048
04/20/2005
101-4211-421.26-10
101-4211-421.28-60
101-4211-421.55-20
101-4212-421.55-70
101-4213-421.28-70
101-4213-421.55-80

PETTY CASHIER
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005

04/20/2005
120049
101-4211-421.26-10

RIVERSIDE COUNTY LAW
04/14/2005

120050
04/20/2005
101-4211-421.22-60

DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

Clear Adv Ck#119722

PAY ADV 04/08

JOE ROBERTS
1085
T MILLER, B RAMOS, K HAWK
T ROBINSON - CARTRIDGE
REIMB•OFFICE SUPPLIES
TWINE
10 FILMS - PATIENT EXAM
3 VOLT BAT.

00
CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #

TRN DATE

16

PO #

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005

70.00
347.93
44.16
88.34
47.07
7.21
145.00
16.15

30805
30805
30805
30805
30805
30805

F18814
F18814
F18814
F18814
F18614
F18814

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

983
2005 RCLEAA DUES

31505

F18890

10/2005

RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF
03/19/2005

313
02/05 BOOKING FEES

5500001303247

036227

10/2005

12,364.80
12,364.80

120051
04/20/2005
101-4213-421.28-70
101-4213-421.28-70

ROSE, ADELA A.
04/13/2005
04/13/2005

2390
39 PGS, WILLIAMS INT.
T
FRANCO JAIL CONVERSATION

2005-006
2005-007

F18835
F18836

10/2005
10/2005

217.50
195.00
22.50

120052
04/20/2005
101-4115-411.21-10

SCHOTT & LITES ADVOCATES
04/13/2005

3016
PROFESSIONAL SVCS 2.1.05-

32105

F18816

10/2005

500.00
500.00

120053
04/20/2005
101-4194-419.28-80

SIGN A RAM
04/13/2005

2139
60 DOUBLE SIDED PLACE CAR

12360

P18822

10/2005

732.70
732.70

120054
04/20/2005
101-4631-463.52-90

SMITH PIPE & SUPPLY INC.
04/14/2005

76
BUSHINGS - CITY HALL

1362529

F18875

10/2005

5.78
5.78

120055
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.55-30

SOCO GROUP
04/13/2005

251
FUEL FOR BOBTAIL

361757

F18852

10/2005

176.24
176.24

120056
04/20/2005
602-4192-419.21-30

SOUTHWEST NETWORKS INC.
03/31/2005

418
03/18-03/31/05 NET LABOR

05-3218

036895

10/2005

2,437.50
2,437.50

120057
04/20/2005
300-4270-427.22-25

STEINY AND COMPANY, INC.
12/28/2004

2723
12/28/05 TRAFIC SIG MOD

4724-003 REVISE

036475

10/2005

3,376.24
3,376.24

120056
04/20/2005
101-4211-421.55-60
101-4211-421.55-60
101-4211-421.55-60
101-4211-421.55-60
101-4211-421.55-60

SUN BADGE CO.
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005
04/14/2005

549.
REFINISH/FIX 3 BADGES/ORD
NEW BADGES 2109 & 2110
BADGE REPAIR - REFINISH .R
INVESTIGATOR RETIRED
BALANCE AFTER DEPOSIT

256395
260231
258796
260191
258026

F16602
F18683
F18884
F18865

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

1,239.14
729.44
73.58
333.31
101.28
1.50

120059
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81

TEDDY'S DONUTS
03/16/2005
03/16/2005
03/19/2005
03/22/2005

03/16/05
03/18/05
03/19/05
03/22/05

62826
62874
62922
62898

036268
036268
036268
036268

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

108.15
15.70
6.10
6.10
6.10

131

50.00,
50.00

CHECK
NUMBER

CHECK
DATE

PAGE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15:15:05
PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio

BANK CODE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

00
CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #

VENDOR NAME

17

DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

PO #

03/23/2005
03/24/2005
03/25/2005
03/26/2005
03/27/2005
03/28/2005
03/29/2005
03/30/2005
03/31/2005

03/23/05
03/24/05
03/25/05
03/26/04
03/27/05
03/28/05
03/29/05
03/30/05
03/31/05

61241
62555
63181
64018
62638
64042
63207
63233
63260

036268
036268
036268
036268
036268
036268
036268
036268
036268

10/200.5
3.0/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

15.75
6.10
6.10
6.10
6.10
6.10
6.10
15.70
6.10

120060
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10
101-4141-434.52-40
101-4341-434.28-10
101-4341-434.52-40
101-4341-434.28-10

TOPS N BARRICADES
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005
04/13/2005

78
LIGHT COVERS
SIGN RENTALS FOR I-10 SAL
KEEP RT SIGNS - I10 AUTO
SIDEWALK CLOSED SIGN FOR
RENTAL BARRICADES FOR I-1

969896
969441
969444
969443
'969442

F18532
F18856
F18857
F18858
F18859

10/2005
1o/20os
10/2005
10/20os
10/2005

423.32
12.12
321.00
12.00
12.80
65.40

120061
04/20/2005
602-4180-418.52-10

UNICARS HONDA
04/14/2005

OIL

170739

F18702

10/2005

38.69
38.69

120062
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.24-50
520-4637-463.55-10

VALLEY WIDE MAINTENANCE
03/20/2005
03/20/2005

268
03/05 GOLF JANITORIAL
03/05 GOLF JANITORIAL

226
226

036267
036267

10/2005
10/2005

1,520.00
1,120.00
400.00

120063
04/20/2005
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
520-4637-463.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
520-4637-463.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10
602-4191-419.27-10

VERIZON CALIFORNIA
04/18/200s
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005
04/18/2005

MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH
MARCH

408
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS
2005 SVCS

181-0012
181-0026
181-0066
181-1047
181-1192
342-0195
342-0605
342-0796
342-1425
342-4063
342-6500
347-1058
347-3208
347-5282
347-8522
347-9156
775-3700
775-3706
775-3708
775-3732
F02-5869
FLO-0139
342-6532

10/200s
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

5,769.64
42.85
42.85
64.26
42.85
50.68
20.55
20.72
20.61
29.98
35.43.
1,773.93
225.88
20.58
31.19
1,296.90
853.45
144.40
26.85
20.55
166.49
183.74
617.45
37.45

120064
04/20/2005
602-4191-419.27-10

VERIZON CALIFORNIA
04/19/2005

408
APRIL 2005 SVCS

342-2914

10/2005

ACCOUNT

#

520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81
520-4637-463.55-81

TRN DATE

PER/YEAR

1383

TRN AMOUNT

434.88
434.88

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15.15:05
PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
CHECK
DATE

CHECK
NUMBER

ACCOUNT

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR

PAGE

FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

BANK CODE

18
00

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

041905

PO #

04/20/2005
120065
101-0000-229.10-00

VICTORY OUTREACH
04/19/2005

1256
CLEANUP REFUND EASTER SVC

120066
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.55-82

WESTERN GOLF, INC.
04/14/2005

GAN MARKER POLES/ PLAIN R

205823

F18518

120067
04/20/2005
520-4637-463.55-82

YELLOW PAGES, INC.
04/13/2005

757
ADVERTISING FEE FOR INDIO

120068
04/21/2005
520-4637-463.22-20
520-4637-463.22-20

JM STAFFING
04/04/2005
04/11/2005

245
W/E 04/03/05 GOLF
w/E 04/10/05 GOLF

120069
04/21/2005
101-4115-411.21-10
101-4482-448.21-80

PER/YEAR

TRN AMOUNT

10/2005

400.00
400.00

10/2005

58.59
58.59

020000241190

F18847- 10/2005

334.02
334.02

00016482
00016500

036245
036245

10/2005
10/2005

4,134.91
2,077.43
2,057.48

KOTKIN & ASSOCIATES, APLC
1429
04/19/2005
03/05 LEGAL SVGS
04/19/2005
03/05 LEGAL SVCS

150
150

036466
036509

10/2005
10/2005

60,292.55
60,269.76
22.79

04/21/2005
120070
101-4213-421.28-80

192
ARMOR HOLDINGS FORENSICS, INC
04/21/2005
REAGENT-CONCERT 2005

LPQ-003116

120071
04/21/2005
101--4194-419.28-80

FANTASY SPRINGS CASINO
04/06/2005

1110
05/07/05 GALA -3 TABLES

120072
04/21/2005
101-4121-412.26-10
101-4161-416.26-10
101-4161-416.26-30
101-4211-421.26-10
101-4211-421.55-20
101-4441-444.22-90
101-4121-412.26-10
101-4482-448.26-30
101-4411-441.51-10
101-4411-441.26-10
101-4110-411.26-10
101-4110-411.26-10
101-4110-411.26-10
602-4199-419.22-70

FIRST BANKCARD
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005
04/21/2005

03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05
03/31/05

120073
04/21/2005
101-4194-419.28-50

FOUNDATION/CALIFORNIA ST UNIVE
3047
04/21/2005
PYAMENT 1 OF 5

04192005

120074
04/21/2005
300-0000-206.00-00

STEINY AND COMPANY, INC.
04/21/2005

2723
Retention inv#4724-001,

4724-004R

120075
04/21/2005
101-4213-421.21-30

WIRELESS WEST
04/21/2005

558
CONCERT 2005

120076
04/22/2005
101-4213-421.28-80

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT
04/22/2005

2536
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CERT05

528

1549
Southard
Salazar
Salazar
Ramos
Ramos
Ramos
Weller
Williams
Modarressi
Modarressi
Wilson
Watson
Gilbert
Recon

10/2005

1,359.95'
1,359.95

10/2005

2,250.00
2,250.00

10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005
10/2005

11,317.96
75.59
43.44
59.54
2,060.11
38.32
209.95
94.75
195.00
296.48
1,181.47
4,293.77
1,651.53
641.13
476.88

io/2oos

150,000.00
150,000.00

10/2005

11,457.00
11,457.00

Q042105

10/2005

1,901.79
1,901.79

040505

10/2005

7,3.70.80

050705A
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31
03/31

036915

SOUTHARD
SALAZAR
SALAZAR
RAMOS
RAMOS
RAMOS
WELLER
WILLIAMS
MODARRESS
MODARRESS
WILSON
WATSON
GILBERT
RECON

036475

.00

PREPARED 04/26/2005, 15:15:05

PROGRAM: GM350L
City of Indio
CHECK
DATE

CHECK
NUMBER

ACCOUNT
101-4213-421.28-80

VENDOR NAME
TRN DATE
04/25/2005

PAGE

A/P CHECKS BY PERIOD AND YEAR
FROM 04/13/2005 TO 04/25/2005

BANK CODE

19
00

CHECK
AMOUNT

VENDOR #
PO it

PER/YEAR

DESCRIPTION

INVOICE

ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CERT05

040505

10/2005

TRN AMOUNT
7,370.80-

120077
04/22/2005
101-4110-411.26-10

SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL
• 2540
CV MUSEUM 05-FESMIRE
04/22/2005

041905

10/2005

20.00
20.00

120078
04/25/2005
101-4213-421.28-80

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT
04/25/2005

040505

10/2005

7,370.80
7,370.80

2536
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CERT05

DATE RANGE TOTAL *

878,407.34

Prepared B
Approved By Director of Finance

CITY OF INDIO
TREASURER'S REPORT OF POOLED CASH AND INVESTMENTS
AS OF MARCH 31, 2005

ACTIVE ACCOUNTS
Union Bank of CA - General/Payroll
Reconciling Items
Union Bank of CA - Indio Water Authority
Union Bank of CA - RDA
Total Active Accounts

BANK BALANCE
$

DEPOSITS
IN TRANSIT

OUTSTANDING
CHECKS

4,998,974.89

191,380.06

254,795.37

589,734.46
1,415,172.28
7,003,881.63

23,435.76
0.00
214,815.82

61,638.48 152,842.72
469,276.57

BOOK BALANCE
$

4,935,559.58
0.00
551,531.74
1,262,329.56
6,749,420.88

INVESTMENTS
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) *
Total Investments

$

66,915,649.59

66,915,649.59

66,915,649.59

66,915,649.59

73,919,531.22

214,815.82

469.276,57

$

73,665,070.47

City of Indio Petty Cash Funds

4,075.00

TOTAL POOLED CASH AND INVESTMENTS
* The LAIF Pool was earning 2.38% as of March 31, 2005 (Restated quarterly)
CASH WITH FISCAL AGENT
Cert of Participation 2002 Series A
Indio AD 01-1
Indio AD 02-1
Indio AD 02-2
Indio AD 02-3
Indio AD 03-1
Indio AD 03-2
Indio AD 03-3
Indio AD 03-5
Indio AD 03-6
Indio AD 90-1
Indio AD 99-1
Indio AD 04-1
Indio AD 04-2
PFA Taxable Tax Increment 1997 Series A
PFA Taxable Tax Increment 1997 Series B
Indio Water Bond
PFA Revenue Bond
Indio RDA 04A
Indio RDA 04B
RDA Housing Set-Aside Revenue
TOTAL CASH W1TH FISCAL AGENT

$

73,669,145.47

2,003,284.76
902,092.13
610,441.07
220,236.01
583,716.54
195,205.92
172,226.61
2,862,654.73
1,649,295.83
188,937.27
229,786.91
532,421.16
1,282,423.16
2,339,008.21
13.28
285,322.43
7,294,146.33
4,415,500.55
9,281,047.59
16,913,738.24
333,327.20

$

2,003,284.76
902,092.13
610,441.07
220,236.01
583,716.54
195,205.92
172,226.61
2,862,654.73
1,649,295.83
188,937.27
229,786.91
532,421.16
1,282,423.16
2,339,008.21
13.28
285,322.43
7,294,146.33
4,415,500.55
9,281,047.59
16,913,738.24
333,327.20

52,294,825.93

$

52,294,825.93

I hereby certify that the investment portfolio of the City of Indio complies with its investment policy and the California Government Code
Sections pertaining to the investment of local agency funds. Pending any future actions by the City Council or any unforeseen castastrophy,
the City has an adequate cash flow to meet its expenditure requirement for the next six months.

SUSAN LF
Fiscal 0

DATE

I

'EVA NO. 4c

REM APR 1 2 2005
CITY OF INDIO
STAFF REPORT

TO:

Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THRU:

Glenn Southard, City Manager

FROM:

Bradley S. Ramos, Chief of Police

FOR:

City Council Meeting of April 20, 2005

SUBJECT: Community Improvement Activities
The following is a synopsis of key code enforcement issues being addressed
throughout the City.
SIGNIFICANT/NOTABLE ACTIVITY
ADMINISTRATIVE CITATIONS — During this reporting period, a total of 13
administrative citations have been issued for numerous violations, totaling
approximately $1,500 in fines.
CODE ENFORCEMENT CLEAN-UP - Code Enforcement conducts a
Clean-up Program on alternate weekends with kids from the Boys & Girls
Club Links Program and Juvenile Hall Program.
3/19/05 — 3 truckloads of trash/debris removed in the area of Sonora St.; 3
truckloads of trash/debris removed in the downtown area; weeds removed
on the vacant lot at Oasis and Bliss Avenue, southeast corner.
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT TEAM CARDS — Our Department is
currently utilizing CIT cards. During this reporting period, Code
Enforcement processed 50 CIT cards.
COURT CASES — As of 03/31/05, there are 15 active court cases and
numerous closed cases.

ITEM NO. 4d

Staff Report Community Improvement Activities

I.

SUMMARY OF ACTIVITY

(New Cases / Activity)
Dispatched Calls for Service (Phone/CIT's)
Initial Inspections
Re-inspections
Business License Related Inspections
General Inspections - Non Violation
Notices to Comply Sent
Vehicle Abatement Notices Sent
Written Warning Notices Issued
Parking Citations Issued
Parking Violation Warnings
Nuisance Citations Issued
Notice to Appear - Illegal Vendor
Warning Notice - Illegal Garage Sale
Garage Sale Permits Issued
Abandoned Vehicles Identified - Street
Abandoned Vehicles Identified - Private
Vehicles Towed - Street
Vehicles Towed - Private Property
Assist Other Department
Public Relations
Types of Violations
Building Violations
Business License Violations
General Violations
Inoperative Vehicles
Overgrown Vegetation
Sign Violations
Substandard Housing Violations
Trash & Debris
Vacant Lot Violations
Zoning Violations
Items Picked Up
Shopping Carts Picked Up
Vehicle Tires Picked Up
Illegal Signs Confiscated
Debris/Other Items Picked Up

2

RECT APR 1 2 2005

03/01/05 -03/31/05

Year To Date

99
112
118
170
22
61
65
40
18
31
13
0
6
76
71
27
26
3
21
30

268
257
280
366
56
127
98
82
77
67
46
10
9
198
167
46
61
5
59
82

0
1
36
35
7
3
0
24
7
22

12
1
95
66
18
5
2
54
8
32

69
36
41
232

142
130
76
373

CITY OF INDIO
STAFF REPORT
May 4, 2005

TO:

Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council

THRU:

Glenn Southard, City Manager

FROM:

Ben Salazar, Public Works Superintendent

SUBJECT: Approval to Purchase Dump/Asphalt Patch Truck
DATE:

April 22, 2005

SUMMARY:
Authorization and approval to purchase new Dump/Asphalt Patch Truck from Dietrich
International Truck Sales in the amount of $68,323.90.
BACKGROUND:
The purchase of this vehicle is to assist Street Division personnel in the ongoing
street maintenance work associated with repair of street potholes and temporary
asphalt patch work. The specific action requested is an authorization of cooperative
purchase under the provisions of City Code § 33.116 (C) to a recent bid package
awarded by San Gabriel County Water District to Dietrich International Truck Sales.
ANALYSIS:
Staff has reviewed the vehicle specification of San Gabriel County Water District and
has found it to comply with vehicle requirements needed by our Street Division.
Because of asphalt material application, a chassis mounted 40 gallon asphalt
emulsion tank with hydraulic driven pump and 25 ft. spray wand hose are included in
the purchase. Presently, the Street Division is addressing ongoing pothole repairs
with the use of light trucks. Due to vehicle load restrictions, extra time is required to
load trucks throughout the day. This new dump/asphalt patch truck will eliminate the
constant loading of asphalt material therefore increasing efficiency in the Division's
operation.

O. 4e

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:
The purchase of this equipment was approved in fiscal budget 2004/05 Street
Division Capital Equipment Fund, Account Number 101 4341 434 6640.
Reviewed and Concurred by:
Kelly S
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
That City Council authorize the purchase of a new Dump/Asphalt Patch Truck from
Dietrich International Truck Sales in the amount of $68,323.90.
PROPOSED MOTION:
I move staff recommendation to authorize the purchase of a new Dump/Asphalt
Patch Truck under cooperative purchase provisions of City Code § 33.116 (C)
through Dietrich International Truck Sales in the amount of $68,323.90.

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