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MINUTES

A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION


HELD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011 AT 6:30 P.M.
IN THE COMMISSION CHAMBERS, 2ND FLOOR, 400 BOARDMAN AVENUE
TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN 49684

COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Margaret Szajner, Gary Howe, Rick Shimel, Missy


Luyk, Matt Heiman

COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: Nathan Elkins, Michael Borer

ALSO PRESENT: Robert Cole, Scott Hardy, Lauren Vaughn, Sheila Dodge

Vice Chairperson Gary Howe Presiding

1. ITEM ON THE AGENDA BEING CONSENT CALENDAR

Motion by Luyk, seconded by Heiman, that the following actions as recommended on the
Consent Calendar portion of the Agenda be approved:

a. Consideration of minutes of the January 6, 2011 regular meeting and the minutes of the
January 21, 2011 special meeting.

CARRIED 5 - 0

2. SCHEDULED PRESENTATIONS

a. Scott Hardy gave a presentation on the Military Family Healing Center proposed for
Hickory Hills. Hardy discussed the purpose, funding, and how it would impact Hickory
Hills. Superintendent Vaughn gave an overview on the history of the proposal, dating back
to 2005. Robert Cole, Department of Public Services Director spoke regarding the
infrastructure at Hickory Hills and the possible changes that would need to be made.

b. Jarrod Donald-lutey C.E.O., Jason Kreta C.F.O. and Chris Moses G.M. presented to the
commission their proposed plan for the T.C. Ballzeye commercial recreational project at
Hickory Hills. They gave a Powerpoint presentation, and explained their business
philosophy. Superintendent Vaughn explained that if interested the City would need to
issue an RFP (Request for Proposals) so that other entities would have the opportunity to
bid. Vaughn also explained that part of the property resides in Garfield Township and
this would have to be taken into consideration. Vaughn explained the RFP process to the
presenters. T.C. Ballzeye would like to use the property from Memorial Day thru
October. They would also like to give back to Hickory Hills by way of donation or in kind
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improvements to the lodge, grounds keeping, and cash. Commissioner Shimel would like
to see their business plan, financials and a five year plan. Commissioner Heiman would
like to see them fine tune the project. T.C. Ballzeye stated that Sam Porter of Porterhouse
Productions is a consultant on this project. Commissioner Szajner would like to know if
we need to schedule Public Input Sessions just for Hickory Hills? Commissioner Shimel
would like to wait to take any action until they have their full funding in place.
Commissioner Szajner would like to see this item on the Agenda for next month and T.C.
Ballzeye would need to come back to the commission with more information.

3 OLD BUSINESS

a Vice Chairperson Howe gave an overview of the Special Parks and Recreation
Commission meeting held on January 21, 2011. Discussion took place concerning the
content of the meeting. Andy Knott, Grand Traverse Watershed Center addressed the
commission with his concerns about the Elmwood crossing and Beach proposal.

b. Discussion took place regarding the revision of the Park Use Policy. Commissioner Shimel
stated that he is not going to re-do the Park Usage Policy without input from the Parks and
Recreation Commission. He suggested that an ad hoc committee be created to address this
issue. He does have some rental rates in mind for the Open Space and will present them at
the next Parks and Recreation Commission meeting.

c. Superintendent Vaughn explained that we do not need a formal agreement to move ahead
with the Grand Traverse Stewardship Initiative projects at Hannah Park.

d. Superintendent Vaughn gave an update on the training that is taking place for the City
Website.

4. NEW BUSINESS

a. Superintendent Vaughn stated that the Draft City Commission Naming Policy is on the
Agenda for Monday, February 7, 2011 for approval. Discussion about concerns with the
policy followed.

5. PUBLIC COMMENT

None

6. COMMISSION REPORTS AND CORRESPONDENCE

a. Schedule of Upcoming Events

b. Superintendent=s Report

c. March and April 2011 Calendar (including park usage events)


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There being no objection, Vice Chairperson Howe declared the meeting adjourned at 8:42 p.m.

Parks and Recreation approved: _______-_______ on March 3, 2011

______________________________
Lauren A. Vaughn
Parks and Recreation Superintendent
President
Jack Pickard
231-499-4665

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GRAND TRA VERSE AREA VETERANS COALITION
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P.o. Box 5315 Traverse City, MI 49696-5315
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February 18,2011
City of Traverse City

Parks Commission / City Commission

To Whom It May Concern;


As President of the Grand Traverse Area Veterans Coalition I'm requesting
to be placed on the agenda for the next Parks Commission meeting. Then
after their meeting I would like to be placed on the agenda for the following
City Commission meeting.
The items that I would like to present at both meetings are:
1. The plans and ideals of the Coalition for phase two of the Grand Traverse
Area Veterans Memorial Park. I will be outlining the work that we plan on
doing and the partnership that we are pursuing with the Boy Scouts in
helping with our plans as an Eagle Scout project.
2. Having the official name of the park be the Grand Traverse Area Veterans
Memorial Park. Since there are names of Veterans on the monuments from
the area (not just the city) we as a Coalition of over 4,000 members voted in
the beginning to use this name and had all publicity and the large sign at the
park so named.
3. Our thoughts of a formal dedication day.

/~~President

(231) 499-4665
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Required Start-Up Funds Amount Totals Depreciation Notes


Fixed Assets
Real Estate-Land $ -
Buildings - 20.00 years
Leasehold Improvements 25,000 7.00 years
Equipment 15,000 7.00 years
Furniture and Fixtures 4,000 5.00 years
Vehicles 1,000 5.00 years
Other Fixed Assets 5,000 5.00 years
Total Fixed Assets 50,000

Operating Capital
Pre-Opening Salaries and Wages 20,000
Prepaid Insurance Premiums 1,000
Inventory 5,000
Legal and Accounting Fees 500
Rent Deposits
Utility Deposits
Supplies 1,000
Advertising and Promotions 5,000
Licenses 1,000
Other Initial Start-Up Costs 2,200
Working Capital (Cash On Hand) 5,000
Total Operating Capital 40,700

Total Required Funds $ 90,700

Sources of Funding Amount Totals Loan Rate Term in Months Monthly Payments
Owner's Equity 20.40% 18,500
Outside Investors 38.59% 35,000
Additional Loans or Debt
Commercial Loan 32.19% 29,200 7.00% 84.00 $440.71
Commercial Mortgage 0.00% - 8.00% 240.00 $0.00
Credit Card Debt 8.82% 8,000 7.00% 60.00 $158.41
Vehicle Loans 0.00% - 6.00% 48.00 $0.00
Other Bank Debt 0.00% - 5.00% 36.00 $0.00
Total Sources of Funding 100.00% $ 90,700 $599.12

A line of credit is also required in the amount of $ 43,396


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Salaries and Wages

Salaries and Related Expenses # Assumptions Wage Base Monthly Year One Year Two Year Three

Percent Change 3.00% 3.00%

Salaries and Wages


Owner's Compensation 3 $ 9,000 72,000 104,160 107,285
Salaries 0 - -
Wages
Full-Time Employees 15 21,600 108,000 111,240 114,577
Estimated Hours Per Week 40.00
Estimated Rate Per Hour $ 9.00
Part-Time Employees 5 1,500 18,000 18,540 19,096
Estimated Hours Per Week 20.00
Estimated Rate Per Hour $ 9.00
Independent Contractors - - - -
Total Salaries and Wages 23 32,100 198,000 233,940 240,958

Payroll Taxes and Benefits


Social Security 6.20% $ 102,000 1,990 12,276 14,504 14,939
Medicare 1.45% 465 2,871 3,392 3,494
Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA) 0.80% $ 7,000 107 1,288 1,288 1,288
State Unemployment Tax (SUTA) 2.70% $ 7,000 362 4,347 4,347 4,347
Employee Pension Programs 0.00% - - - -
Worker's Compensation 0.00% - - - -
Employee Health Insurance 0.00% - - - -
Other Employee Benefit Programs 4.00% 1,284 15,408 15,870 16,346
Total Payroll Taxes and Benefits 4,209 36,190 39,402 40,415

Total Salaries and Related Expenses 36,309 234,190 273,342 281,373


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Fixed Operating Expenses

Fixed Operating Expenses Monthly Year One Year Two Year Three Notes

Percent Change 3.00% 3.00%

Expenses
Advertising $ 2,500 20,000 35,600 36,668
Car and Truck Expenses 1,000 12,000 12,360 12,731
Bank & Merchant Fees - - - -
Contract Labor 7,000 14,000 44,420 45,753
Conferences & Seminars - - - -
Customer Discounts and Refunds - - - -
Dues and Subscriptions - - - -
Miscellaneous 10,000 50,000 51,500 53,045
Insurance (Liability and Property) 1,000 10,000 10,300 10,609
Licenses/Fees/Permits 2,000 4,000 4,120 4,244
Legal and Professional Fees 1,000 10,000 10,300 10,609
Office Expenses & Supplies 1,000 5,000 5,150 5,305
Postage and Delivery - - - -
Rent (on business property) 2,500 12,500 12,875 13,261
Rent of Vehicles and Equipment 1,500 18,000 18,540 19,096
Sales & Marketing 2,500 20,000 35,600 36,668
Taxes-Other - - - -
Telephone and Communications 1,000 10,000 10,300 10,609
Travel - - - -
Utilities 1,000 5,000 5,150 5,305
Total Expenses 34,000 190,500 256,215 263,901

Other Expenses
Depreciation 643 7,714 7,714 7,714
Interest
Commercial Loan 161 1,938 1,696 1,436
Commercial Mortgage - - - -
Line of Credit 48 579 - -
Credit Card Debt 43 516 416 309
Vehicle Loans - - - -
Other Bank Debt - - - -
Total Other Expenses 896 10,747 9,826 9,459

Total Fixed Operating Expenses 34,896 201,247 266,041 273,360


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Projected Sales Forecast

Products and Services Assumptions % Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Product/Service A
Price Per Unit $ 26.00 100.00%
Variable Cost Per Unit $ 7.00 26.92%
Gross Margin Per Unit $ 19.00 73.08%
Projected Unit Sales
Seasonality Factor 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 5.56% 18.06% 41.67% 20.83% 13.89% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Year One - - - - 4,000 13,000 30,000 15,000 10,000 - - -
Year Two Growth 10.00% - - - - 4,400 14,300 33,000 16,500 11,000 - - -
Year Three Growth 10.00% - - - - 4,840 15,730 36,300 18,150 12,100 - - -
Overhead Exp Allocation 91.00%

Projected Revenue $ 1,872,000


Variable Costs 504,000
Gross Margin 1,368,000
Overhead Expenses 396,248
Profit 971,752 51.91%

Breakeven Sales Revenue $ 542,233.54


Breakeven Sales Units 20,855

Product/Service B
Price Per Unit $ 5.00 100.00%
Variable Cost Per Unit $ 1.80 36.00%
Gross Margin Per Unit $ 3.20 64.00%
Projected Unit Sales
Seasonality Factor 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 5.56% 18.06% 41.66% 20.83% 13.89% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Year One - - - - 5,560 18,060 41,660 20,830 13,890 - - -
Year Two Growth 10.00% - - - - 6,116 19,866 45,826 22,913 15,279 - - -
Year Three Growth 10.00% - - - - 6,728 21,853 50,409 25,204 16,807 - - -
Overhead Exp Allocation 9.00%

Projected Revenue $ 500,000


Variable Costs 180,000
Gross Margin 320,000
Overhead Expenses 39,189
Profit 280,811 56.16%

Breakeven Sales Revenue $ 61,233.32


Breakeven Sales Units 12,247
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Totals

100.00%
72,000
79,200
87,120

100.00%
100,000
110,000
121,000
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Projected Sales Forecast - Page 2

Products and Services Assumptions % Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Product/Service C
Price Per Unit $ - 100.00%
Variable Cost Per Unit $ - 0.00%
Gross Margin Per Unit $ - 0.00%
Projected Unit Sales
Seasonality Factor 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Year One - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Two Growth 10.00% - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Three Growth 10.00% - - - - - - - - - - - -
Overhead Exp Allocation 0.00%

Projected Revenue $ -
Variable Costs -
Gross Margin -
Overhead Expenses -
Profit - 0.00%

Breakeven Sales Revenue $ -


Breakeven Sales Units -

Product/Service D
Price Per Unit $ - 100.00%
Variable Cost Per Unit $ - 0.00%
Gross Margin Per Unit $ - 0.00%
Projected Unit Sales
Seasonality Factor 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Year One - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Two Growth 10.00% - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Three Growth 10.00% - - - - - - - - - - - -
Overhead Exp Allocation 0.00%

Projected Revenue $ -
Variable Costs -
Gross Margin -
Overhead Expenses -
Profit - 0.00%

Breakeven Sales Revenue $ -


Breakeven Sales Units -
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Totals

0.00%
-
-
-

0.00%
-
-
-
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Cash Receipts and Disbursements

Accounts Receivable Collections


Percent of Collections
0 to 30 days 85.00%
31 to 60 days 10.00%
More than 60 days 5.00%
Total Collections Percentage 100.00%

Accounts Payable Disbursements


Number of Days to Pay Suppliers
0 to 30 days 50.00%
31 to 60 days 35.00%
More than 60 days 15.00%
Total Disbursements Percentage 100.00%

Line of Credit Assumptions


Desired Minimum Cash Balance $ 20,000.00
Line of Credit Interest Rate 8.00%

Income Tax Assumptions


Effective Income Tax Rate 28.00%
9,500 792
Amortization of Start-Up Expenses 733 61
Amortization Period in Years 3.00 853
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Projected Income Statement - Year One

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals

Income
Product/Service A - - - - 104,000 338,000 780,000 390,000 260,000 - - - 1,872,000
Product/Service B - - - - 27,800 90,300 208,300 104,150 69,450 - - - 500,000
-
-
Total Income - - - - 131,800 428,300 988,300 494,150 329,450 - - - 2,372,000

Cost of Sales
Product/Service A - - - - 28,000 91,000 210,000 105,000 70,000 - - - 504,000
Product/Service B - - - - 10,008 32,508 74,988 37,494 25,002 - - - 180,000
-
-
Total Cost of Sales - - - - 38,008 123,508 284,988 142,494 95,002 - - - 684,000

Gross Margin - - - - 93,792 304,792 703,312 351,656 234,448 - - - 1,688,000

Salaries and Wages


Owner's Compensation - - 9,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 - - 45,000
Salaries - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Full-Time Employees 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 21,600 - 108,000
Part-Time Employees - - 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 - - 7,500
Independent Contractors - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Payroll Taxes and Benefits - - 4,209 4,209 4,209 4,209 4,209 - - 21,046
Total Salary and Wages 36,309 36,309 36,309 36,309 36,309 181,546

Fixed Business Expenses


Advertising 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 - 20,000
Car and Truck Expenses 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 12,000
Bank & Merchant Fees - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Contract Labor - - 7,000 7,000 - - - - 14,000
Conferences & Seminars - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Customer Discounts and Refunds - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dues and Subscriptions - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Miscellaneous - - - 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 50,000
Insurance (Liability and Property) - 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 10,000
Licenses/Fees/Permits - - 2,000 2,000 - - - - 4,000
Legal and Professional Fees - 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 10,000
Office Expenses & Supplies - - 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 - - 5,000
Postage and Delivery - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Rent (on business property) - - 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 - - 12,500
Rent of Vehicles and Equipment 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 18,000
Sales & Marketing 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 - 20,000
Taxes-Other - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Telephone and Communications 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 10,000
Travel - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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Projected Income Statement - Year One

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals
Utilities - - 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 - - 5,000
Total Fixed Business Expenses 2,500 2,500 10,500 10,500 34,000 34,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 10,500 5,500 5,500 190,500

Other Expenses
Amortized Start-up Expenses 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 10,233
Depreciation 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 7,714
Interest
Commercial Loan 170 169 167 166 164 162 161 159 157 156 154 152 1,938
Commercial Mortgage - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Line of Credit - - - - 289 289 0 0 0 0 0 0 579
Credit Card Debt 47 46 45 45 44 43 43 42 41 41 40 39 516
Vehicle Loans - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Bank Debt - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Taxes - - - - - 63,429 179,536 81,073 48,255 (3,164) (1,763) (1,763) 365,602
Total Other Expenses 1,713 1,710 1,708 1,706 1,993 65,420 181,235 82,769 49,949 (1,472) (73) (75) 386,583

Net Income (4,213) (4,210) (12,208) (12,206) 21,490 169,063 460,768 207,577 123,190 (9,028) (5,427) (5,425) 929,371
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Projected Cash Flow Statement - Year One

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals

Beginning Cash Balance 5,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 41,828 165,984 802,128 1,090,973 958,942 950,870 946,993

Cash Inflows
Income from Sales - - - - 112,030 364,055 840,055 420,028 280,033 - - - 2,016,200
Accounts Receivable - - - - - 13,180 49,420 120,245 98,830 57,653 16,473 - 355,800
Total Cash Inflows - - - - 112,030 377,235 889,475 540,273 378,863 57,653 16,473 - 2,372,000

Cash Outflows
Investing Activities
New Fixed Assets Purchases - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Inventory Addition to Bal.Shee - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Cost of Sales - - - - 19,004 75,057 191,423 189,519 140,122 54,625 14,250 - 684,000
Operating Activities
Salaries and Wages - - - - 36,309 36,309 36,309 36,309 36,309 - - - 181,546
Fixed Business Expenses 2,500 2,500 10,500 10,500 34,000 34,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 10,500 5,500 5,500 190,500
Taxes - - - - - 63,429 - - 308,863 - - (6,689) 365,602
Financing Activities -
Loan Payments 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 7,189
Line of Credit Interest - 289 289 0 0 0 0 0 0 579
Line of Credit Repayments - - - - - 43,396 -
Dividends Paid - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Total Cash Outflows 3,099 3,099 11,099 11,099 90,202 253,079 253,331 251,427 510,894 65,724 20,349 (590) 1,429,417

Cash Flow (3,099) (3,099) (11,099) (11,099) 21,828 124,156 636,144 288,845 (132,031) (8,071) (3,877) 590 942,583

Operating Cash Balance 1,901 16,901 8,901 8,901 41,828 165,984 802,128 1,090,973 958,942 950,870 946,993 947,584

Line of Credit Drawdowns 18,099 3,099 11,099 11,099 - - - - - - - - 43,396

Ending Cash Balance 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 41,828 165,984 802,128 1,090,973 958,942 950,870 946,993 947,584

Line of Credit Balance 18,099 21,198 32,297 43,396 43,396 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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Balance Sheet - Year One

Base Period End of Year One

Assets
Current Assets
Cash 5,000 947,584
Accounts Receivable - -
Inventory 5,000 5,000
Prepaid Expenses 28,500 19,000
Other Current 2,200 1,467
Total Current Assets 40,700 973,050

Fixed Assets
Real Estate-Land - -
Buildings - -
Leasehold Improvements 25,000 25,000
Equipment 15,000 15,000
Furniture and Fixtures 4,000 4,000
Vehicles 1,000 1,000
Other Fixed Assets 5,000 5,000
Total Fixed Assets 50,000 50,000

Less: Accumulated Depreciation - 7,714

Total Assets 90,700 1,015,336

Liabilities and Owner's Equity


Liabilities
Accounts Payable - -
Loan Payable 29,200 25,849
Mortgage Payable - -
Credit Card Debt 8,000 6,615
Vehicle Loans - -
Other Bank Debt - -
Line of Credit Balance - 0
Total Liabilities 37,200 32,465

Owner's Equity
Common Stock 53,500 53,500
Retained Earnings - 929,371
Dividends Dispersed - -
Total Owner's Equity 53,500 982,871

Total Liabilities and Owner's Equity 90,700 1,015,336


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Balance Sheet - Year One

Base Period End of Year One


Statement Balances Statement Balances
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Year End Summary

Year One % Year Two % Year Three %

Income
Product/Service A 1,872,000 2,059,200 2,265,120
Product/Service B 500,000 550,000 605,000
- - -
- - -
Total Income 2,372,000 100.00% 2,609,200 100.00% 2,870,120 100.00%

Cost of Sales
Product/Service A 504,000 554,400 609,840
Product/Service B 180,000 198,000 217,800
- - -
- - -
Total Cost of Sales 684,000 28.84% 752,400 28.84% 827,640 28.84%

Gross Margin 1,688,000 71.16% 1,856,800 71.16% 2,042,480 71.16%

Salaries and Wages


Owner's Compensation 45,000 104,160 107,285
Salaries - - -
Full-Time Employees 108,000 111,240 114,577
Part-Time Employees 7,500 18,540 19,096
Independent Contractors - - -
Payroll Taxes and Benefits 21,046 39,402 40,415
Total Salary and Wages 181,546 7.65% 273,342 10.48% 281,373 9.80%

Fixed Business Expenses


Advertising 20,000 29,667 30,557
Car and Truck Expenses 12,000 12,360 12,731
Bank & Merchant Fees - - -
Contract Labor 14,000 68,111 38,127
Conferences & Seminars - - -
Customer Discounts and Refunds - - -
Dues and Subscriptions - - -
Miscellaneous 50,000 51,500 44,204
Insurance (Liability and Property) 10,000 10,300 10,609
Licenses/Fees/Permits 4,000 4,120 4,244
Legal and Professional Fees 10,000 10,300 10,609
Office Expenses & Supplies 5,000 4,292 4,420
Postage and Delivery - - -
Rent (on business property) 12,500 12,875 13,261
Rent of Vehicles and Equipment 18,000 18,540 19,096
Sales & Marketing 20,000 29,667 30,557
Taxes-Other - - -
Telephone and Communications 10,000 10,300 10,609
Travel - - -
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Year End Summary

Year One % Year Two % Year Three %


Utilities 5,000 5,150 5,305
Total Fixed Business Expenses 190,500 8.03% 267,181 10.24% 234,328 8.16%

Operating Income (before Other Expenses) 1,315,954 55.48% 1,316,278 50.45% 1,526,779 53.20%
[EBITDA]

Other Expenses
Amortized Start-up Expenses 10,233 10,233 10,233
Depreciation 7,714 7,714 7,714
Interest
Commercial Loan 1,938 1,696 1,436
Commercial Mortgage - - -
Line of Credit 579 0 - 0
Credit Card Debt 516 416 309
Vehicle Loans - - -
Other Bank Debt - - -
Taxes 365,602 365,923 424,936
Total Other Expenses 386,583 16.30% 385,982 14.79% 444,628 15.49%

Net Income 929,371 39.18% 930,295 35.65% 1,082,150 37.70%


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Projected Income Statement - Year Two

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals

Income
Product/Service A - - - - 114,400 371,800 858,000 429,000 286,000 - - - 2,059,200
Product/Service B - - - - 30,580 99,330 229,130 114,565 76,395 - - - 550,000
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Total Income - - - - 144,980 471,130 1,087,130 543,565 362,395 - - - 2,609,200

Cost of Sales
Product/Service A - - - - 30,800 100,100 231,000 115,500 77,000 - - - 554,400
Product/Service B - - - - 11,009 35,759 82,487 41,243 27,502 - - - 198,000
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-
Total Cost of Sales - - - - 41,809 135,859 313,487 156,743 104,502 - - - 752,400

Gross Margin - - - - 103,171 335,271 773,643 386,822 257,893 - - - 1,856,800

Salaries and Wages


Owner's Compensation 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 104,160
Salaries - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Full-Time Employees - - 22,248 22,248 22,248 22,248 22,248 - - 111,240
Part-Time Employees - - 3,708 3,708 3,708 3,708 3,708 - - 18,540
Independent Contractors - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Payroll Taxes and Benefits - - 7,880 7,880 7,880 7,880 7,880 - - 39,402
Total Salary and Wages 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 42,516 42,516 42,516 42,516 42,516 8,680 8,680 8,680 273,342

Fixed Business Expenses


Advertising 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 29,667
Car and Truck Expenses 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 12,360
Bank & Merchant Fees - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Contract Labor 3,702 3,702 3,702 3,702 8,884 8,884 8,884 8,884 8,884 8,884 - 68,111
Conferences & Seminars - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Customer Discounts and Refunds - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dues and Subscriptions - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Miscellaneous 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292 51,500
Insurance (Liability and Property) 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 10,300
Licenses/Fees/Permits - - - 2,060 2,060 - - - - - 4,120
Legal and Professional Fees 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 10,300
Office Expenses & Supplies 429 429 429 429 429 429 429 429 429 429 - 4,292
Postage and Delivery - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Rent (on business property) - - - 2,575 2,575 2,575 2,575 2,575 - - 12,875
Rent of Vehicles and Equipment 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 1,545 18,540
Sales & Marketing 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 2,967 - 29,667
Taxes-Other - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Telephone and Communications 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 858 10,300
Travel - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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Projected Income Statement - Year Two

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals
Utilities - - 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 - - 5,150
Total Fixed Business Expenses 19,506 19,506 19,506 19,506 30,353 30,353 28,293 28,293 28,293 24,688 9,442 9,442 267,181

Other Expenses
Amortized Start-up Expenses 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 10,233
Depreciation 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 7,714
Interest
Commercial Loan 151 149 147 146 144 142 140 139 137 135 133 132 1,696
Commercial Mortgage - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Line of Credit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Credit Card Debt 39 38 37 36 36 35 34 34 33 32 31 31 416
Vehicle Loans - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Bank Debt - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Taxes - - - - - 49,063 196,574 88,265 52,165 (9,561) (5,291) (5,291) 365,923
Total Other Expenses 1,685 1,683 1,680 1,678 1,675 50,736 198,245 89,933 53,830 (7,898) (3,631) (3,633) 385,982

Net Income (29,871) (29,868) (29,866) (29,864) 28,626 211,666 504,589 226,080 133,253 (25,470) (14,491) (14,489) 930,295
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Projected Cash Flow Statement - Year Two

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals

Beginning Cash Balance 947,584 918,799 890,014 861,229 832,444 861,304 1,071,169 1,767,617 2,082,038 1,936,240 1,905,603 1,889,327

Cash Inflows
Income from Sales - - - - 123,233 400,461 924,061 462,030 308,036 - - - 2,217,820
Accounts Receivable - - - - - 14,498 54,362 132,270 108,713 63,418 18,120 - 391,380
Total Cash Inflows - - - - 123,233 414,959 978,423 594,300 416,749 63,418 18,120 - 2,609,200

Cash Outflows
Investing Activities
New Fixed Assets Purchases - - - - - - - - -
Inventory Addition to Bal. Shee - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Cost of Sales - - - - 20,904 82,562 210,565 208,471 154,134 60,087 15,675 - 752,400
Operating Activities
Salaries and Wages 8,680 8,680 8,680 8,680 42,516 42,516 42,516 42,516 42,516 8,680 8,680 8,680 273,342
Fixed Business Expenses 19,506 19,506 19,506 19,506 30,353 30,353 28,293 28,293 28,293 24,688 9,442 9,442 267,181
Taxes - - - - - 49,063 - - 337,004 - - (20,143) 365,923
Financing Activities -
Loan Payments 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 7,189
Line of Credit Interest 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Line of Credit Repayments - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dividends Paid - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Total Cash Outflows 28,785 28,785 28,785 28,785 94,373 205,094 281,974 279,880 562,547 94,055 34,396 (1,423) 1,666,035

Cash Flow (28,785) (28,785) (28,785) (28,785) 28,860 209,865 696,449 314,420 (145,798) (30,637) (16,276) 1,423 943,165

Operating Cash Balance 918,799 890,014 861,229 832,444 861,304 1,071,169 1,767,617 2,082,038 1,936,240 1,905,603 1,889,327 1,890,749

Line of Credit Drawdowns - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Ending Cash Balance 918,799 890,014 861,229 832,444 861,304 1,071,169 1,767,617 2,082,038 1,936,240 1,905,603 1,889,327 1,890,749

Line of Credit Balance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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Balance Sheet - Year Two

End of Year One End of Year Two

Assets
Current Assets
Cash 947,584 1,890,749
Accounts Receivable - -
Inventory 5,000 5,000
Prepaid Expenses 19,000 9,500
Other Current 1,467 733
Total Current Assets 973,050 1,905,982

Fixed Assets
Real Estate-Land - -
Buildings - -
Leasehold Improvements 25,000 25,000
Equipment 15,000 15,000
Furniture and Fixtures 4,000 4,000
Vehicles 1,000 1,000
Other Fixed Assets 5,000 5,000
Total Fixed Assets 50,000 50,000

Less: Accumulated Depreciation 7,714 15,429

Total Assets 1,015,336 1,940,553

Liabilities and Owner's Equity


Liabilities
Accounts Payable - -
Notes Payable 25,849 22,257
Mortgage Payable - -
Credit Card Debt 6,615 5,130
Vehicle Loans - -
Other Bank Debt - -
Line of Credit Balance 0 0
Total Liabilities 32,465 27,387

Owner's Equity
Common Stock 53,500 53,500
Retained Earnings 929,371 1,859,667
Dividends Dispersed - -
Total Owner's Equity 982,871 1,913,167

Total Liabilities and Owner's Equity 1,015,336 1,940,553


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Balance Sheet - Year Two

End of Year One End of Year Two


Statement Balances Statement Balances
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Projected Income Statement - Year Three

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals

Income
Product/Service A - - - - 125,840 408,980 943,800 471,900 314,600 - - - 2,265,120
Product/Service B - - - - 33,638 109,263 252,043 126,022 84,035 - - - 605,000
-
-
Total Income - - - - 159,478 518,243 1,195,843 597,922 398,635 - - - 2,870,120

Cost of Sales
Product/Service A - - - - 33,880 110,110 254,100 127,050 84,700 - - - 609,840
Product/Service B - - - - 12,110 39,335 90,735 45,368 30,252 - - - 217,800
-
-
Total Cost of Sales - - - - 45,990 149,445 344,835 172,418 114,952 - - - 827,640

Gross Margin - - - - 113,488 368,798 851,008 425,504 283,682 - - - 2,042,480

Salaries and Wages


Owner's Compensation 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 8,940 107,285
Salaries - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Full-Time Employees - - - 22,915 22,915 22,915 22,915 22,915 - - 114,577
Part-Time Employees 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 19,096
Independent Contractors - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Payroll Taxes and Benefits 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 3,368 40,415
Total Salary and Wages 13,900 13,900 13,900 13,900 36,815 36,815 36,815 36,815 36,815 13,900 13,900 13,900 281,373

Fixed Business Expenses


Advertising 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 - 30,557
Car and Truck Expenses 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 1,061 12,731
Bank & Merchant Fees - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Contract Labor 3,813 3,813 3,813 3,813 3,813 3,813 3,813 3,813 3,813 3,813 - 38,127
Conferences & Seminars - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Customer Discounts and Refunds - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dues and Subscriptions - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Miscellaneous 4,420 4,420 4,420 4,420 4,420 4,420 4,420 4,420 4,420 4,420 - 44,204
Insurance (Liability and Property) 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 10,609
Licenses/Fees/Permits 354 354 354 354 354 354 354 354 354 354 354 354 4,244
Legal and Professional Fees 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 10,609
Office Expenses & Supplies 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 - 4,420
Postage and Delivery - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Rent (on business property) 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 1,105 13,261
Rent of Vehicles and Equipment 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 1,591 19,096
Sales & Marketing 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 3,056 - 30,557
Taxes-Other - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Telephone and Communications 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 884 10,609
Travel - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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Projected Income Statement - Year Three

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals
Utilities 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 442 5,305
Total Fixed Business Expenses 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 7,205 7,205 234,328

Other Expenses
Amortized Start-up Expenses 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 853 10,233
Depreciation 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 643 7,714
Interest
Commercial Loan 130 128 126 124 123 121 119 117 115 113 111 109 1,436
Commercial Mortgage - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Line of Credit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Credit Card Debt 30 29 28 28 27 26 25 25 24 23 22 21 309
Vehicle Loans - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Bank Debt - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Taxes - - - - - 60,620 221,603 102,462 62,753 (10,261) (6,121) (6,120) 424,936
Total Other Expenses 1,655 1,653 1,650 1,648 1,645 62,262 223,243 104,100 64,387 (8,629) (4,491) (4,494) 444,628

Net Income (37,547) (37,544) (37,542) (37,539) 53,036 247,729 568,958 262,597 160,488 (27,262) (16,613) (16,611) 1,082,150
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Projected Cash Flow Statement - Year Three

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Totals

Beginning Cash Balance 1,890,749 1,854,259 1,817,768 1,781,277 1,744,787 1,797,942 2,043,552 2,828,789 3,193,795 3,036,447 3,003,620 2,984,605

Cash Inflows
Income from Sales - - - - 135,556 440,507 1,016,467 508,233 338,839 - - - 2,439,602
Accounts Receivable - - - - - 15,948 59,798 145,496 119,584 69,760 19,932 - 430,518
Total Cash Inflows - - - - 135,556 456,454 1,076,265 653,730 458,424 69,760 19,932 - 2,870,120

Cash Outflows
Investing Activities
New Fixed Assets Purchases - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Inventory Addition to Bal.Shee - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Cost of Sales - - - - 22,995 90,819 231,622 229,318 169,548 66,096 17,243 - 827,640
Operating Activities
Salaries and Wages 13,900 13,900 13,900 13,900 36,815 36,815 36,815 36,815 36,815 13,900 13,900 13,900 281,373
Fixed Business Expenses 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 21,992 7,205 7,205 234,328
Taxes - - - - - 60,620 - - 386,818 - - (22,502) 424,936
Financing Activities -
Loan Payments 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 7,189
Line of Credit Interest 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Line of Credit Repayments - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dividends Paid - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Total Cash Outflows 36,491 36,491 36,491 36,491 82,401 210,844 291,028 288,724 615,772 102,587 38,947 (798) 1,775,467

Cash Flow (36,491) (36,491) (36,491) (36,491) 53,155 245,610 785,237 365,006 (157,348) (32,827) (19,015) 798 1,094,653

Operating Cash Balance 1,854,259 1,817,768 1,781,277 1,744,787 1,797,942 2,043,552 2,828,789 3,193,795 3,036,447 3,003,620 2,984,605 2,985,402

Line of Credit Drawdowns - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Ending Cash Balance 1,854,259 1,817,768 1,781,277 1,744,787 1,797,942 2,043,552 2,828,789 3,193,795 3,036,447 3,003,620 2,984,605 2,985,402

Line of Credit Balance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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Balance Sheet - Year Three

End of Year Two End of Year Three

Assets
Current Assets
Cash 1,890,749 2,985,402
Accounts Receivable - -
Inventory 5,000 5,000
Prepaid Expenses 9,500 -
Other Current 733 (0)
Total Current Assets 1,905,982 2,990,402

Fixed Assets
Real Estate-Land - -
Buildings - -
Leasehold Improvements 25,000 25,000
Equipment 15,000 15,000
Furniture and Fixtures 4,000 4,000
Vehicles 1,000 1,000
Other Fixed Assets 5,000 5,000
Total Fixed Assets 50,000 50,000

Less: Accumulated Depreciation 15,429 23,143

Total Assets 1,940,553 3,017,259

Liabilities and Owner's Equity


Liabilities
Accounts Payable - -
Notes Payable 22,257 18,404
Mortgage Payable - -
Credit Card Debt 5,130 3,538
Vehicle Loans - -
Other Bank Debt - -
Line of Credit Balance 0 0
Total Liabilities 27,387 21,943

Owner's Equity
Common Stock 53,500 53,500
Retained Earnings 1,859,667 2,941,817
Dividends Dispersed - -
Total Owner's Equity 1,913,167 2,995,317

Total Liabilities and Owner's Equity 1,940,553 3,017,259


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Balance Sheet - Year Three

End of Year Two End of Year Three


Statement Balances Statement Balances
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Financial Ratios

Ratio Year One Year Two Year Three RMA Industry Norms
Liquidity
Current Ratio 30.0 69.6 136.3
Quick Ratio 29.2 69.0 136.1
Safety
Debt to Equity Ratio 0.0 0.0 0.0
Debt to Coverage Ratio 28.9 34.2 49.7
Profitability
Sales Growth 0.0% 10.0% 10.0%
COGS to Sales 28.8% 28.8% 28.8%
Gross Profit Margin 71.2% 71.2% 71.2%
SG&A to Sales 15.7% 20.7% 18.0%
Net Profit Margin 39.2% 35.7% 37.7%
Return on Equity 94.6% 48.6% 36.1%
Return on Assets 91.5% 47.9% 35.9%
Owner's Compensation to Sales 1.9% 4.0% 3.7%
Efficiency
Days in Receivables 0.0 0.0 0.0
Accounts Receivable Turnover 0.0 0.0 0.0
Days in Inventory 2.6 2.4 2.2
Inventory Turnover 136.8 150.5 165.5
Sales to Total Assets 2.3 1.3 1.0
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Breakeven Analysis

Breakeven Analysis Dollars Percent


Annual Sales Revenue $ 2,372,000 100.00%
Cost of Sales 684,000 28.84%
Gross Margin 1,688,000 71.16%

Salaries and Wages 234,190


Fixed Operating Expenses 201,247
Total Fixed Business Expenses 435,437

Breakeven Sales Calculation 435,437


71.16%

Breakeven Sales in Dollars $ 611,882


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Amortization Schedule

Loan Type Assumptions Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Commercial Loan
Principal Amount $ 29,200
Interest Rate 7.00%
Loan Term in Months 84.00
Monthly Payment Amoun $440.71

Year One
Interest 170 169 167 166 164 162 161 159 157 156 154 152
Principal 270 272 274 275 277 278 280 282 283 285 287 288
Loan Balance 28,930 28,658 28,384 28,109 27,832 27,554 27,274 26,992 26,709 26,424 26,138 25,849
Year Two
Interest 151 149 147 146 144 142 140 139 137 135 133 132
Principal 290 292 293 295 297 298 300 302 304 305 307 309
Loan Balance 25,559 25,268 24,975 24,680 24,383 24,084 23,784 23,482 23,178 22,873 22,566 22,257
Year Three
Interest 130 128 126 124 123 121 119 117 115 113 111 109
Principal 311 313 315 316 318 320 322 324 326 328 329 331
Loan Balance 21,946 21,633 21,318 21,002 20,684 20,364 20,042 19,718 19,392 19,065 18,735 18,404

Commercial Mortgage
Principal Amount $ -
Interest Rate 8.00%
Loan Term in Months 240.00
Monthly Payment Amoun $0.00

Year One
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Two
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Three
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -

Credit Card Debt


Principal Amount $ 8,000.00
Interest Rate 7.00%
Loan Term in Months 60.00
Monthly Payment Amoun $158.41

Year One
Interest 47 46 45 45 44 43 43 42 41 41 40 39
Principal 112 112 113 114 114 115 116 116 117 118 118 119
Loan Balance 7,888 7,776 7,663 7,549 7,435 7,320 7,204 7,088 6,971 6,853 6,734 6,615
Year Two
Interest 39 38 37 36 36 35 34 34 33 32 31 31
Principal 120 121 121 122 123 123 124 125 126 126 127 128
Loan Balance 6,495 6,375 6,254 6,132 6,009 5,886 5,762 5,637 5,511 5,385 5,258 5,130
Year Three
Interest 30 29 28 28 27 26 25 25 24 23 22 21
Principal 128 129 130 131 132 132 133 134 135 135 136 137
Loan Balance 5,002 4,873 4,743 4,612 4,480 4,348 4,215 4,081 3,947 3,811 3,675 3,538

Vehicle Loans
Principal Amount $ -
Interest Rate 6.00%
Loan Term in Months 48.00
Monthly Payment Amoun $0.00

Year One
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Two
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Three
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -

Other Bank Debt


Principal Amount $ -
Interest Rate 5.00%
Loan Term in Months 36.00
Monthly Payment Amoun $0.00

Year One
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Two
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -
Year Three
Interest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Principal - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loan Balance - - - - - - - - - - - -
Totals

1,938
3,351

1,696
3,593

1,436
3,853

-
-

-
-

-
-
516
1,385

416
1,485

309
1,592

-
-

-
-

-
-

-
-

-
-

-
-
Bayfront Plan Funding Requests
2010

Amount  Amount  Funds  Thank you 


Foundation Name Contact Name Address Phone Email Requested Pledged Received sent Invoice sent
Beers Family Foundation Mack Beers 13002 Peninsula Dr, TC 49686 995‐4621 mackbeers@gmail.com $10,000 $7,500 $7,500 1/4/2011
Biederman Foundation Ross Biederman 300 E. Front St., TC 49684 947‐7675 rossb@wtcmradio.com $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 1/3/2011
Consumers Energy Bob Gluszewski 821 Hastings, TC 49686 929‐6234 rpgluszewski@cmsenergy.com $25,000 Rotary will follow up
DTE Energy Foundation  Steve Rawlings 700 Hammond Rd. E Suite 2, TC 49686 932‐2841 rawlingss@dteenergy.com $40,000 Will know in April/May
Falconer Leslie Falconer 125 Park St. Suite 450, TC 49684 946‐5320 leslie@falconergroup.com $25,000 Russ to follow up
FIM Group (Utopia Foundation) Amy Sutherland 410 6th St., TC 49684 357‐7220 amybsutherland@gmail.com $25,000 $5,000 2/16/2011
FIM Group (Utopia Foundation) Paul Sutherland 111 Cass St., TC 49684 929‐4500 psutherland@fimg.net see above
GT Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Derek Bailey 2605 N West Bay Shore Dr, Peshawbestown 49682 534‐7750 derek.bailey@gtbindians.com $75,000 Reapply June 1
GT Regional Community Fdn Phil Ellis 250 E Front St, TC 49684 935‐4066 $10,000 $10,000 2/24/2011
Hagerty Insurance Carmen Stevens P.O. Box 1041, TC 49685 941‐7477 cstevens@hagerty.com $50,000 Rotary and Russ met with
Herrington‐Fitch Family FoundationLeslie Lee P.O. Box 605, Elk Rapids 49629 264‐8384 lfobusiness@pinehollow.org $25,000 Rotary will follow up
Miller Family Foundation Kelly Miller P.O. Box 348, TC 49685 933‐3233 kmiller@eagleinvestments.us $25,000 $0 $0
Oleson Foundation Kathy Huschke P.O. Box 904, TC 49685 929‐2605 kathy@olesonfoundation.org $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 1/3/2011
Rotary Charities Marsha Smith 202 E Grandview Pkwy # 200, TC 49684 941‐4010 msmith@rotarycharities.org $75,000 $75,000 1/3/2011
Schmuckal Family Foundation Barb Benson 3838 Rustic Manor Ct., TC 49684 943‐9285 bbenson@charter.net $25,000 $5,000 $5,000 1/11/2011
TC Chamber Foundation Doug Luciani 202 E. Grandview Pkwy, 49684 995‐7108 luciani@tcchamber.org $25,000 $10,000
TC Convention & Visitors Bureau Brad Van Dommel101 W. Grandview Parkway, TC 49684 $10,000 $10,000 2/24/2011 2/16/2011 $5000 in 2011, $5000 in 2012
Traverse City Light and Power Jessica Wheaton 1131 Hastings St. TC 49686 932‐4574 jwheaton@tclp.org $25,000
LOCAL FUNDERS $545,000 $197,500 $87,500
MNRTF
Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Clinch Park Revitalization $450,800 $450,800
Traverse City DDA TIF Funds $450,800 $450,800
TOTAL MNRTF/TCDDA FUNDS $901,600 $901,600
CZM
Coastal Zone Management Engineering for Warehouse District Tunnel $50,000 $50,000
Traverse City DDA " $50,000 $50,000
City‐ inkind " $50,000 $50,000
TOTAL CZM FUNDS $150,000 $150,000
Tunnel Construction
Traverse City DDA Tunnel construction for Warehouse Dist Tunnel $1,000,000 $1,000,000
Hotel Indigo " $130,000
TOTAL TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION $1,130,000 $1,000,000

MDOT
Michigan Department of Transportation‐ TEA Grant TART Trail extension and crossing $173,932
Local Match needed Source unknown, Light and Power?? $93,656
Non‐Participating Funds Engineering Design, Elmwood Ave Sidewalk, Survey $60,000
TOTAL MDOT/LOCAL FUNDS $327,588
Upcoming Requests
MDNRE Recreation Passport‐ Bathhouse? Due April 1, 2011, Decision Sept 1, 2011 $7500‐$30,000 limit w/ min 25% local match
USDA Rural Economic Dev‐ Con Foster Commons Applications accepted on a rolling basis $50‐$100,000, no match req though encouraged
Coastal Zone Management‐ fishing pier study,              Due May 15, 2011 $50,000 limit‐ 1:1 match req in‐hand
accessability in Clinch Park, MDOT match?  TOTAL BAYFRONT FUND 
REQUESTS $3,054,188 $2,249,100 $87,500
Clinch Park Phase I Budget Comparision
Local Funders Proposal Total Funds Requested/Pledged

Scope Items Cost Local Foundation Requested Pledged


Retaining Wall Embankment Stabilization 50,000 Beers Family Foundation $10,000 $7,500
Universal Access to Water 55,000 Biederman Foundation $25,000 $25,000
Universal Access to Beach 55,000 Consumers Energy $25,000 Y
Universal Access Small Boat Launch 15,000 DTE Energy Foundation  $40,000 Y
Splash Pad Play Area 300,000 Falconer $25,000
Artesian Waterscape and Natural Playground 380,000 FIM Group (Utopia Foundation) $25,000 $5,000
Non‐motorized Trail Enhancement/widening 54,000 GT Band of Ottawa & Chippewa $75,000
Site Furniture and Amenities 90,000 GT Regional Community Fdn $10,000 $5,000
Landscaping and Lighting 177,000 Hagerty Insurance $50,000 ?
New Bathhouse 215,000 Herrington‐Fitch Family Foundation $25,000
Subtotal 1,391,000 Miller Family Foundation $25,000 $0
Engineering (15 %) 208,650 Oleson Foundation $50,000 $50,000
Project Total 1,599,650 Rotary Charities $75,000 $75,000
Schmuckal Family Foundation $25,000 $5,000
TC Chamber Foundation $25,000 $10,000
TC Convention & Visitors Bureau $10,000 $10,000
Traverse City Light and Power $25,000
Subtotal Local Funds $545,000 $192,500
State and City Funds
Natural Resources Trust Fund $450,800 $450,800
Traverse City DDA $450,800 $450,800
Subtotal State and City Funds $901,600 $901,600
Project Total Fund Received $1,446,600 $1,094,100
From: Russ Soyring
To: lvaughn@ci.traverse-city.mi.us
Cc: idf@charter.net; bryan@downtowntc.com; carlferguson@chartermi.net
Subject: Parks and Recreation Agenda
Date: 02/17/2011 05:16 PM

Hi Lauren,

I respectably request that a regular agenda item "Bayfront Implementation Action


Steps" be placed on all future Parks and Recreation Commission agendas starting
with the March 3, 2011 agenda.  Having this topic regularly discussed  at the Parks
and Recreation agenda is a suggestion from Chairman Elkins.

At the March 3 meeting, Bryan Crough will be in attendance to discuss the possibility
of applying for grants for the Bayfront.

Here are some current suggestions...which may change as more thought is given:

1.  Apply for a Coastal Management Grant  for  $ 50 K to help fund the studies and
engineering for the Public Pier.  The Tribe may have an interest in providing the
match, which would be need to be $ 50 K as well.  The total cost for the studies and
engineering would be $ 333 K.  A Fishery Trust Fund may be a source for the balance
of $ 233 K.  (This is priority Three, but only includes studies and drawings, any
possible construction is years away)  Deadline for request is April 1.

2. Apply for the Passport Recreation Grant for  $30 K to help pay for a new
bathrooms at Clinch Park.  A $ 7.5 K match would be required. (This is priority One)
Deadline for request is May 1.

3.Not apply for a Natural Resource Trust Fund Grant.  Based on inquiries with a
person that helps decide on which grants requests get funded, it appears trail
development along the west shore of Boardman Lake and the proposed Buffalo
Ridge trail to the proposed YMCA site has a much better chance of getting funded
than another Bayfront project grant request.  Apply the following year for a Bayfront
Project for Clinch Park continued work.

Please contact me if you have questions or would like to discuss further.  These are
initial thoughts to get the discussion underway.  For staff to move forward we will
need the Commission's support to apply or not apply to various funding sources.

Russ

Russell A. Soyring, AICP


Director of Planning
City of Traverse City
400 Boardman Avenue
Traverse City, MI 49684

231 922-4465
Memorandum The City of Traverse City

TO: Parks and Recreation Commissioners

FROM: Lauren Vaughn

DATE: February 24, 2011

SUBJECT: Naming Policy

After requests from Margaret Szajner and my office, the City Commission voted
to refer the proposed Naming Policy back to the Parks and Recreation
Commission for comment and suggestions. Please review the policy again and
bring suggested changes to the meeting next week. We will discuss these
proposed changes and formulate a response to the City Commission. I am
including a copy of the policy in this packet for you.

Areas that seemed to cause concern at our last meeting:

 III. F. 1. - Length of time waiting time required before a park or facility


could be named after a person passes.
 III. F. 2. – Definition of significant positive contribution.
 III. F. below 2 – Who should pay for the plaque.
 III. G. – Definition of significant donation and what can and can’t be
named.
 IV. – Wording of this paragraph.
CITY OF TRAVERSE CITY NAMING POLICY

FOR PARKS AND OTHER CITY OWNED AND OPERATED FACILITIES

I. Purpose.

The purpose of this naming policy is to set forth a uniform procedure and
guidelines to be utilized in reviewing naming requests for City owned and operated parks
and facilities

II. Process for a Naming Proposal.

A. An application for a naming proposal may be submitted by a City resident,


any City board or commission, by resolution, or any person or
organization proposing to donate a facility or park, or other significant
improvement, or a major financial donation, toward the costs of such park,
facility, or improvements.

B. An application for a naming proposal shall be submitted to the Department


of Public Services on an application form provided by the Department of
Public Services along with the application fee as determined by resolution
of the City Commission. The application shall be reviewed by the
Department of Public Services and such other departments or units of the
City affected for consistency with this Naming Policy. Following the
Department’s review, the application shall be forwarded to the Parks and
Recreation Commission along with the Department’s recommendation.

C. The Parks and Recreation Commission shall review the application and
hold a public hearing on the proposal with at least 14 days notice of the
public hearing published in the local newspaper and make a
recommendation to the City Commission to approve or deny the request
following the public hearing.

D. The City Commission shall approve or deny the request at a regular or


special meeting of the City Commission.

III. Naming Guidelines.

A name for a City park or facility should provide some form of individual identity
for the site. In considering naming requests the following criteria shall be used to
determine whether the proposed name establishes an individual identity for the site and is
appropriate for the site:

A. Whether the proposed name too closely resembles an existing park or


facility name.
B. The function and purpose of the site, the geographic location and features
of a site, the distinctive natural or geological features of the site, or the
commonly recognized historical significance of a site.

C. Commonly recognized past names used for the site.

D. The wishes of the neighborhood in which the site is located.

E. In naming parks and facilities, considerable weight shall be given to


names that reflect the function of the facility and the geographic location
of a park that gives identity to the neighborhood or community where the
park is located.

F. Parks and facilities may be named for a person or entity subject to the
following conditions:

1. If the request is to name a park or a facility for a person, the person


must be deceased for a minimum of 2 years.

2. The person or entity must have made a significant positive


contribution to the park or facility without which the park or
facility may not exist, or in which the individual’s or entity’s
contributions enhanced a program or facility represented in an
extraordinary way.

The application to name a park or facility after an entity or person shall set forth detailed
information providing compelling support for a determination that the person or entity
contributed to the park or facility or enhanced a program or facility as required by this
Section. The [City/Applicant] will bear the cost of the plaque or other monument
indicating the name of the individual or entity for which the park or facility is named.

G. As a general rule, portions of a park or facility will not have a name other
than that of the entirety of the park or facility. Exceptions may be
considered where a significant donation [to sponsor an improvement or
remodel to a facility or park in connection with the City’s efforts to Comment [KZ1]: This paragraph
without the language in brackets would
raise funds for such improvement or remodel] is offered in exchange allow the naming of rooms or distinctive
for the naming of a room in a facility or a recognizably, distinctive portion portions of a park (the Frisbee golf course
at Hickory) simply upon a significant
of a park after a donor or a person or entity of the donor’s choosing. donation. With the bracketed language,
the donation would need to relate to
sponsoring an improvement or remodel of
H. Notwithstanding any other provision of this policy: the facility or park in connection with the
City’s efforts to raise money. This would
provide the City with more control over
1. A park or facility that has been donated by a person or entity with when such opportunities would be
the condition that the park or facility be named as requested by the available versus leaving it open ended.
person or entity may be so named pursuant to the condition of the
donation.
2. A park or facility that has been acquired, improved, or renovated
with funds from a grant with the condition that the park or facility
be named as required in the grant may be so named pursuant to the
terms of the grant.

IV. Renaming.

In general, renaming of parks and facilities is not appropriate. However,


renaming may be appropriate in recognition of evolving political and social perspectives
and sensitivities provided that such renaming follows the process outlined herein and
meets the naming guidelines set forth herein and is not otherwise prohibited by deed
restriction or other agreement.
Clancy Park Update for 2011

As you may remember from the Capital Improvements project submissions for
fiscal year 2011- 2012, the Clancy Park Phase one improvements and the
Clancy Park Playground were both placed in the 2012-2013 fiscal year to allow
time for adequate planning and funding opportunities. The process is not
completed yet so I do not know if the final recommended Capital Improvements
Plan will contain either of both of these projects and whether they will stay in the
recommended year or be moved out farther. In addition, the only projects that
will be guaranteed funding are those that are approved for the 2011-2012 budget
year. Those appearing in future years are only plans and hold no funding
guarantee. When this process occurs next year, these projects will face
increased scrutiny for the small amount of available City capital funding. Prior to
next year’s budget cycle, we will need to develop a better cost estimate and
scope of the project items for Clancy Park.

We are being considered for a grant through the State of Michigan Forestry
Division to help with various Emerald Ash Borer projects in the parks. This would
involve one or a combination of: removing infected and at risk trees, treating to
try and preserve some of the trees and to plant replacement trees in Clancy or
other parks that are affected.

One project that we will do this year is to remove the old softball backstop from
the park. It is not getting much if any use and is becoming unsightly.
MelTIOrandum The City of Traverse City

TO: PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSIOX


c/o LAUREN VAUGHN

FROM: R. BEN BIFOSS, CITY MANAGER,

DATE: JANUARY 31,2011

SUBJECT: BAYFRONT PLANNING

Traverse City Light and Power has budgeted approximately $1.5 million for Bayfront
Improvements. They propose to use those funds to underground the electrical lines between
Division Street and the current eastward terminus as a Bayfront Beautitication Project. L&P has
requested City input into this project. The Parks and Recreation Commission seems the proper
Board tor this review. Please place this matter on a future agenda.

The Bayfront planning process seems to lag based on the Parks and Recreation Commission's
monthly meeting schedule. Perhaps they would consider the appointment of a committee that
could work more closely with City Staff to move this project forward.

Thank you.

cc: Russ Soyring


Bryan Crough
City Commissioners
Ed Rice
Memorandum The City of Traverse City

TO: Parks and Recreation Commissioners

FROM: Lauren Vaughn

DATE: February 24, 2011

SUBJECT: Budget Planning for 2011-12 General Fund Budget

It is that time of year when departments begin to prepare their budget requests
for 2011-12. I am expecting to receive further instructions from the City Manager
regarding what changes he wants to see in next year’s budget sometime in the
next few days. The budget that I will request will be based on last year’s budget
and will be essentially the same as I do not think that we will be granted extra
money to increase our budgets.

I am enclosing a copy of last year’s budget for Parks and Recreation and
Oakwood Cemetery as it appeared in the final City Budget approved in June, for
your review. If you have any questions or suggestions, please jot them down
and bring to the meeting.

The schedule is as follow.

March 21, 2011 – Budgets turned in to the City Treasurer’s Office

April and May – Staff budget meetings and public hearings

June 6, 2011 – City budget approved by the City Commission.


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City of Traverse City, Michigan
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GENERAL FUND

2010-11 Departmental Budgets


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FY 07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 FY 09/10 FY 10/11
Actual Actual Budget Projected Requested

PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT •


Salaries and Wages
Fringe Benefits
$ 712,001
247,738
S 724,056
228,850
S 711,500
222,300
$ 700,000
216,200
$ 752,000
250,700 ,•
Office/Operation Supplies
Professional Services
Communications
47,369
155,897
5,831
46,826
154,217
4,319
63,800
149,000
7,000
55,700
148,000
6,800
54,800
150,000
7,000
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Transportation 43,486 36,713 40,000 33,000 40,000

Professional Development
Printing and Publishing
8,477
1,867
12,073
1,588
8,000
2,000
9,500
1,800
12,000
2,000 •
Insurance and Bonds
Utilities
14,256
94,262
12,950
89,428
13,000
85,000
13,700
84,000
14,000
90,000 •
Repairs and Maintenance 43,842 39,823 41,000 40,000 41,000 •
Rentals
Miscellaneous
287,627
246
276,310
140
259,200
300
247,000
200
288,440
300 •

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Total Parks and Recreation Div. 1,662,899 1,627,293 1,602,100 1,555,900 1,702,240

Personnel Services % ** 66.71% 67.74% 67.62% 68.49% 64.54%


**(Includes $ 96,500 in Seasonal Contract Labor for the 2010-11 requested budget)
F.T.E. Employees = 12.6
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Department Associated Revenues
Tennis 520 •
Badminton Fees
Day Camp
1,250
38,728
1,150
39,801
1,100
40,000
500
43,800 40,000 ••
Hickory Hills Concession
Volleyball
Softball
2,919
13,065
1,140
2,706
14,002
285
1,000
14,000
1,500
1,000
14,000
1,000
14,800 ,
Train Rides 34,577 43,725 40,000 46,600 40,000 ~
lVIuseum Store Sales 102 1,415 100 100 100

Boardman River \1oorings 9,671 8,627 9,000 8,500 9,000


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National Cherry J;-estival 6,000 4,208 7,200 4,640 5,000

Hickory Hill Ski Passes 66,985 80,698 75,000 76,000 75,000


Total Revenues 174,957 196,617 188,900 195,140 184,900

Percent of Division Expenditures

Covered by Revenues 10.52% 12.08% 11.79% 12.54% 10.86%

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2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10

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•It SUMMARY OF BUDGET CHANGES

•• Salaries and \Vages/Fringe Benefits - Salaries and wages/fringe benefits increased to reflect a
2% annual wage increase to employees and 6% increase to health insurance costs, which is

•• shared between the City and the employee. Additionally, in the prior year arumal wage increases
were budgeted in contingency and two employees' health coverage status change from waiver to
enrolled.

,• Office/Operation Supplies Office/operation supplies decreased because in the current fiscal

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year there was a large purchase of new buoys to accommodate the new designated beach areas.

Professional Services Professional services increased slightly for services perfonned by


outside contractors.

Professional Development Professional development increase because two employees are
receiving tuition reimbursement allowed by the GME union contract.

[nsurance and Bonds - Insurance and bonds increased slightly to accommodate for any
potential increases.

Utilities Utilities increase to account for the Division to M-72 irrigation installed last fall and
the expected water rate increase.

Rentals -Rentals increased to reflect required rental rates for the Garage Fund to finance future
equipment purchases. Additionally, TCAPS is raising the rates for gym use for volleyball and
other events.

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City of Traverse City, Michigan
GE~ERAL FU~D
2010-11 Departmental Budgets

FY07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09110 FY 09/10 FY 10111


Actual Actual Budget Projected Requested

PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT


OAKWOOD CEMETERY DIVIS [ON
Salaries and Wages $ 91,924 $ 85,057 $ 124,400 $ 101,600 $ 111,700
Fringe Benefits 24,163 33,697 48,800 38,000 44,500
Office/Operation Supplies 5,551 5,118 9,800 5,300 9,800
Professional Services 159,719 153,016 150,000 145,000 150,000
Communications 1,882 2,074 2,200 2,700 2,200
Transportation 1,593 1,204 1,500 1,500 1,500
Professional Development 90 20 500 100 500
Printing and Publishing 500 100 500
Insurance and Bonds 2,602 2,741 3,000 2,800 3,000
Utilities 16,799 16,900 20,000 14,000 20,000
Repairs and Maintenance 2,925 1,642 5,000 2,000 5,000
Rentals

Total Oakwood Cemetery Dj"ision 332,589 319,671 390,200 327,700 372,800

Personnel Services % ** 80.00% 84.07% 82.83% 88.37% 82.14%


**(Includes $150,000 in Contract Labor for Cemetery Maintenance)
F.T.E. Employees = 2

Division Associated Revenues


Recording of Deeds 50 50
Lot Use 9,371 6,059 9,000 7,000 9,000
Grave Opening-Internments 22,200 21,475 32,000 20,000 30,000
Burial of Cremains 6,438 8,175 10,000 11,000 11,000
Mausoleum Vault Charges 100 100
Foundation of Monuments 7,280 7,270 9,000 7,000 9,000
Cemetery Trust Interest Transfer 9,821 9,165 9,000 8,000 10,000
Perpetual Care Interest Transfer 13,538 13,906 13,000 12,000 13,000

Total Revenues 68,648 66,050 82,150 65,000 82,150


Percent of Function Expenditures
Covered by Revenues 20.64% 20.66% 21.05% 19.84% 22.04%

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2006/07
2007/08
2008/09
2009/10
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Number of streets trees pruned


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SUMMARY OF BUDGET CHANGES •

Salaries and WageslFringe Benefits - Salaries and Wages/Fringe Benefits decreased to reflect •
less utilization of parks employees at the Cemetery. Additionally, the budget reflects a 2% •
annual wage increase to employees and 6% increase to health insurance costs, which is shared

between the City and the employee. Also, in the prior year annual wage increases were budgeted
in contingency. •




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TO: Park and Recreation Commissioners

FROM: Lauren A. Vaughn, Parks and Rec. Sup't.

DATE: February 24, 2011

SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING EVENTS

March 3, 2011 - Regular Meeting - 6:30 p.m.

March 13, 2011 - Hickory Hills scheduled to close

March 14, 2011 – Joint Parks and Recreation Commission / City Commission Study
Session

April 7, 2011 - Regular Meeting - 6:30 p.m.

April 30, 2011 – Earth Day Beach and Park Clean-up – 9:00 a.m. – Meet at Farmer’s
Market Parking Lot

May 5, 2011 – Regular Meeting – 6:30 p.m.

May 28, 2011 – Train begins operation for the season.


Memorandum The City of Traverse City

TO: Parks and Recreation Commissioners

FROM: Lauren A. Vaughn, Parks and Recreation Superintendent

RE: Superintendent's Report and Winter Update

DATE: February 24, 2011

Hickory Hills is scheduled to close for the season on March 13th . Revenue is up from
last year by approximately $8,000.00 and we should will a new record this year and
should top $90,000.00 in revenue for the first time. I will have a summary sheet
available at the meeting next week.

The warm weather last week finished off the 14th Street and F and M rinks for the year.
It is too late to begin to rebuild in late February. We were able to salvage Traverse
Heights and will be able to keep it open until the next warm spell. The warming house
at Traverse Heights is open Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.,
Saturdays from noon to 9:00 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 8:00 p.m.

Spring is just around the corner and with it come the annual Earth Day beach and park
clean-up. Due to a late Easter this year, the clean-up will be held on April 30th . Please
volunteer to help if you can.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

April 2011

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Easter Sunday II
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F&M and Sunset
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1:00pm
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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