Agenda 1st Tuesday of the Month

Agenda 1st Tuesday of the Month
CITY COUNCIL
MEETING AGENDA
March 3, 2015
6:00 pm
Location: City Council Chambers, 408 N. Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854
REGULAR MEETING – 6:00 pm City Council Chambers
CALL TO ORDER BY MAYOR JACOBSON
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
Kerri Thoreson, Alan Wolfe, Joe Malloy, Betty Ann Henderson, Skip Hissong, Linda Wilhelm
CEREMONIES, ANNOUNCEMENTS, APPOINTMENTS, PRESENTATION
AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA
DECLARATION OF CONFLICT
1. CONSENT CALENDAR
The consent calendar includes items which require formal Council action, but which are typically routine or not of great
controversy. Individual Council members may ask that any specific item be removed from the consent calendar in order
that it be discussed in greater detail. Explanatory information is included in the Council agenda packet regarding these
items and any contingencies are part of the approval.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Minutes – February 17, 2015
Payables – February 10, 2015 – February 23, 2015
2015 Water Reclamation Facility Upgrades – Bid Request
Change City Hall and Water Departments Phone and Internet Service to Level 3
Tullamore Preliminary PUD Amendment- Street Lighting, Findings of Fact and Conclusions
Confirmation of Inter-Fund Loan
Lease Agreement for Two Copiers for the Police Department
Easement Acquisition – JECO SH41 Bike/Ped Trail
Offsite Improvement Waiver Request for 201 E 6th Ave
Crown Pointe 2nd Addition Subdivision Plat Application
2. PUBLIC HEARINGS
Items listed as public hearings allow citizen comment on the subject matter before the Council. Residents or visitors
wishing to comment upon the item before the Council should follow the procedural steps. In order to testify, individuals
must sign up in advance, providing sufficient information to allow the Clerk to properly record their testimony in the
official record of the City Council. Hearing procedures call for presentation by the applicant, submission of information
from City staff, followed by public testimony. The rules for testifying include the following: applicant will have 15 minutes
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March 3, 2015
to present their project; testimony by the public will be limited to 3 minutes per person. Testimony at public hearings on
applications brought forth from the Planning & Zoning Commission can be used to reaffirm previous testimony.
a. Idaho Community Development Block Grant for the Post Falls Senior Center
b. Budget Amendment #2
3. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
4. CITIZEN ISSUES
This section of the agenda is reserved for citizens wishing to address the Council regarding a City-related issues that are
not on the agenda. In order to ensure adequate public notice, Idaho Law provides that any item requiring Council action
must be placed on the agenda of an upcoming Council meeting, except for emergency circumstances. Comments
related to future public hearings should be held for that public hearing. Repeated comments regarding the same or
similar topics previously addressed are out of order and will not be allowed. Persons wishing to speak will have 5
minutes. Comments regarding performance by city employees are inappropriate at this time and should be directed to
the Mayor, either by subsequent appointment or after tonight’s meeting, if time permitting.
5. NEW BUSINESS
6. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
Ordinances and resolutions are formal measures considered by the City Council to implement policy which the Council
has considered. Resolutions govern internal matters to establish fees and charges pursuant to existing ordinances.
Ordinances are laws which govern general public conduct. Certain procedures must be followed in the adoption of both
ordinances and resolutions; state law often establishes those requirements.
a. Ordinance – Budget Amendment #2 – FY 2015
7. ADMINISTRATIVE / STAFF REPORTS
8. MAYOR COMMENTS
9. COUNCIL COMMENTS
10. EXECUTIVE SESSION
Certain City-related matters may need to be discussed confidentially as a matter of law subject to applicable legal
requirements; the Council may enter executive session to discuss such matters.
a. Idaho Code 67-2345(1)(f) To communicate with legal counsel for the public agency to
discuss the legal ramifications of and legal options for pending litigation, or controversies not
yet being litigated but imminently likely to be litigated.
REGULAR SESSION
ADJOURNMENT
Questions concerning items appearing on this Agenda or requests for accommodation of special needs to
participate in the meeting should be addressed to the Office of the City Clerk, 408 Spokane Street or call 208773-3511. This meeting is broadcast live on the city of Post Falls Cable Channel 16.1
Mayor Ron Jacobson
Councilors: Kerri Thoreson, Alan Wolfe, Joe Malloy, Betty Ann Henderson, Skip Hissong, Linda Wilhelm
Mission
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The City of Post Falls mission is to provide leadership, support common community values, promote citizen
involvement and provide services which ensure a superior quality of life.
Vision
Post Falls, Idaho is a vibrant city with a balance of community and economic vitality that is distinguished by its
engaged citizens, diverse businesses, progressive leaders, responsible management of fiscal and
environmental resources, superior service, and a full range of opportunities for education and healthy
lifestyles.
“Where opportunities flow and community is a way of life”
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Calendar of Meetings & Events
Mar 3
Mar 4
Mar 8
Mar 10
Mar 12
Mar 17
Mar 17
Mar 17
Mar 19
Mar 24
Apr 5
Apr 7
Apr 9
Apr 14
Apr 16
Apr 21
Apr 21
Apr 28
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City Council Meeting
Park and Recreation Commission Workshop-Canceled
Daylight Savings Time Starts
Planning & Zoning Commission
KMPO Meeting
St. Patrick’s Day
City Council Workshop
City Council
Urban Renewal Agency
Parks & Recreation Commission
Easter
City Council Meeting
KMPO Meeting
Planning & Zoning Commission
Urban Renewal Agency
City Council Workshop
City Council
Parks & Recreation Commission
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March3,2015 Council Agenda Memorandum
TO:
Mayor Ron Jacobson
Council President Linda Wilhelm
Councilors Skip Hissong, Kerri Thoreson,
Betty Ann Henderson, Joe Malloy, Alan Wolfe
Legal Counsel John Cafferty
FROM:
Shelly Enderud, City Administrator
CC:
Department Heads
Consent Calendar
C) 2015 Water Reclamation Facility Upgrades, Bid Request - Environmental Manager John
Beacham requests approval to put Plans and Specifications for the Water Reclamation Facility
upgrades out for bid. The project will include Headworks, Equalization and Sludge Loading and
Backup Disinfection improvements. If approved, the documents will be finalized and put out for
bid.
D) Change City Hall & Water Dept. Phone/Internet Service - Information Technology Manager
Mike Kirby requests approval to enter into a contract for upgraded internet and phone service with
“Level 3” (formerly known as TW Telecom). Before using our current provider Time Warner, we
contracted with this company. Due to the low cost of this switch, a budget amendment would not
be necessary. A service quote is attached for your review. If approved, the Mayor shall sign the
contract.
E) Tullamore Preliminary PUD Amendment, Street Lighting FOF - Planning staff requests
approval of the Finding of Facts for this PUD amendment, which was approved at the February
17, 2015 Council meeting. If approved, the Mayor shall sign the document.
F) Confirmation of Inter-Fund Loan - Finance Director Jason Faulkner presents the confirmation
of this loan in the amount of $328,100 for construction of a communication site on Rathdrum Mtn.
The loan was previously approved and formalized under Resolution No. 13-01. A provision of the
resolution is that when the final loan amount to be borrowed is determined, it must be brought
back for affirmation as a Council consent agenda item.
G) Police Dept. Copier Lease Agreements - As the previously held PD copier leases have
expired, Chief Scot Haug requests approval of lease agreements for two new copiers from H&H
Business systems.
H) Easement Acquisition, Hwy. 41 Trail - City Engineer Bill Melvin requests approval of this
agreement with JECO, Inc. to acquire permanent and construction easements which are needed
for the Highway 41 Pedestrian/Bike Trail project. If approved, the Mayor shall sign the
agreement.
Council Memo
March 3, 2015
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J) Crown Pointe 2nd Addition Plat Application - Bill Melvin submits for approval the final plat for
this 49 lot subdivision along Poleline Ave and Chase Road. The developer has provided required
surety to the City for the remaining improvements. If approved, the Mayor shall sign the plat.
I) Offsite Improvement Waiver Request - Bill Melvin presents the request of Stacey Mann,
owner of property at 201 E. 6th Ave., to waive frontage improvements. This site is at the corner
of 6th and Frederick St. Adjacent properties on Frederick St. do not have frontage improvements;
staff recommends the request be granted to waive improvements on Frederick. As the property
owner wishes to relocate the property access driveway along 6th Ave., staff also recommends that
the broken sidewalk be repaired and curbing be replaced on 6th Ave. as part of the driveway
project.
Public Hearing
A) Idaho Community Development Block Grant, Post Falls Senior Center - The Subrecipient
Agreement for this grant was approved at the February 17, 2015 Council meeting. That
agreement allows the City to act as sponsor and a public hearing is required for the grant
application process. The entire application packet is provided for your review. The consultant
grant writer/administrator, Nancy Mabile, will present. She and Senior Center Executive Director
Alison McArthur will answer any questions you may have. After hearing comment and
discussion, Council shall either approve the grant application or provide other direction. If
approved, the Mayor shall sign the application.
B) FY 15 Budget Amendment #2 - Finance Director Jason Faulkner requests approval of the
presented budget amendment which will provide for up to two additional Building Division
inspector positions as approved at the January 20, 2015 Council meeting. No changes are made
to the City’s property tax levy. The inspector positions will be advertised and filled one at a time.
If an inspector is found that may fulfill the requirements for both positions, only one inspector will
be hired. If approved, an ordinance is presented later in the agenda for adoption.
Ordinances and Resolutions
A) FY 15 Budget Amendment #2 - This ordinance approves the budget amendment information
from the public hearing earlier on the agenda. Council shall either approve the ordinance or take
no action.
Executive Session
An Executive Session will be held under Idaho Code 67-2345(1)(f).
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CITY COUNCIL
MEETING MINUTES
February 17, 2015
6:00 pm
Location: City Council Chambers, 408 N. Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854
WORKSHOP: 5:00PM BASEMENT CONFERENCE ROOM
Topic: Water Reclamation Facility Plan Update – John Beacham, Environmental Manager
Presenting:
Water Reclamation Facility Plan
- Finalized June 2013.
- Toward compliance with expected NPDES permit. Effective December 2014.
- Includes Financial Model from FCS.
2012 Facility Plan Financial Model
- 2015 Projects: Headwork’s, Equalization, Lab/Control Building, and Tertiary Treatment.
- Funding source is $18.2 million bond plus reserves.
Capital Project Phasing Changes
- Realistic schedule vs. original compliance schedule.
- Delay in permit issuance to essentially 2015.
- Securing easements – Outfall Project.
- Deferred maintenance – Lab and Control Building.
Project Funding Timeline
2013
- City applies for $10.8 million State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan.
- Judicial Confirmation Hearing. Headwork’s was not included in this.
- $8 million SRF loan is approved by DEQ.
- City expects to fund $2.8 million (headwork’s) and use SRF loan.
- JUB Engineering hired to design Headwork’s, Equalization, and other smaller upgrades.
2014
- DEQ notifies City of additional available SRF funds.
- City requests balance of original request, total of $10.836 million. SRF loan funds cannot be
used for headwork’s. Additional $2.8 million to fund biosolids storage/loadout facility.
- Full $10.836 million approved by DEQ, offer accepter by City.
- Design of biosolids facility added to JUB contract via Council approved amendment.
State Revolving Fund Loan (SRF)
- SRF Rate: 2.25%
- Bond Rate: 4.75%
- Amount fit with expected projects.
- Borrowing $10.8 million at 2.25% instead of $18.2 million at 4.75%.
- Savings of $3.3 million over 20 year loan on $10.8 million.
2015 Projects
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Headwork’s: Function is to remove trash, rags, grit, dirt, etc. from influent prior to further
treatment.
- Equalization: Equalize peaks and valleys of daily flow variations.
- Disinfection Upgrade: Disinfect effluent water with chlorine in the event of UV failure.
- Solids Storage: Store plant biosolids, load biosolids into a truck for transport to third party
treatment site, contain odors.
- Odor Control Biofilter
Project Budget
- 2012 Facility Plan Budget: $10.3 million. Plan to fund Headwork’s ($2.8 million) via City
funds.
- 2014 Design Budget: $13.6 million. Added funding of $2.8 million SRF Loan. Added cost of
$2.8 million Solids Facility. City funding still at $2.8 million.
- Current 95% Budget: $13.9 million. Reduced from initial estimate of $15,827,800.00.
95% Design Project Budget
- 95% Completion Budget: $15,827,800.00 includes design, CMS, Construction.
- $15.8 million dose not equal $13.6 million.
Project Elements Removed to bring down cost of project:
- Truss Anodizing, Tank Coatings, Replacement of existing pipeline, Portion of retaining wall,
Shrubs (not trees), Solids truck loading building, Utility Water Pump, and two plant pump
stations.
- This will bring the cost down to $13.9 million
Recommended Path Forward:
- Construct Headwork’s, Equalization, Disinfection and Biosolids Storage/Loadout Facilities as
Designed.
- Bid documents expected to be published in early March.
- Maintain path toward compliance with NPDES for discharge to Spokane River.
- Improve odor control of existing process.
Workshop ended at 5:46 PM
REGULAR MEETING – 6:00 pm City Council Chambers
CALL TO ORDER BY MAYOR JACOBSON
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
Kerri Thoreson, Joe Malloy, Betty Ann Henderson, Skip Hissong, Linda Wilhelm - Present
Alan Wolfe - Excused
AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA
None
DECLARATION OF CONFLICT
None
1. EXECUTIVE SESSION
Certain City-related matters may need to be discussed confidentially as a matter of law subject to applicable legal
requirements; the Council may enter executive session to discuss such matters.
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a. Idaho Code 67-2345(1)(f) To communicate with legal counsel for the public agency to
discuss the legal ramifications of and legal options for pending litigation, or controversies not
yet being litigated but imminently likely to be litigated.
Motion by Wilhelm to enter into Executive Session pursuant to Idaho Code 67-2345(1)(f), to
communicate with legal counsel for the public agency to discuss the legal ramifications of
and legal options for pending litigation, or controversies not yet being litigated but
imminently likely to be litigated, further that no action will be taken during the session and
the session will last no longer than ten minutes.
Second by Malloy
Vote: Thoreson-Aye, Malloy-Aye, Henderson-Aye, Hissong-Aye, Wilhelm-Aye
Motion Carried
Executive Session Entered into at 6:01 PM
Executive Session Exited at 6:08 PM
REGULAR SESSION 6:08 PM
CEREMONIES, ANNOUNCEMENTS, APPOINTMENTS, PRESENTATION
a. Appointments to the Planning & Zoning and Parks & Recreation Commissions
Ryan Davis and Lynn Borders re-appointed to Planning & Zoning Commission
James Hail and Howard Gould re-appointed to the Parks & Recreation Commission
Motion by Thoreson to Approve the Re-Appointments of Ryan Davis and Lynn Borders to the
Planning & Zoning Commission and James Hail and Howard Gould to the Parks &
Recreation Commission.
Second by Malloy
Vote: Wilhelm-Aye, Hissong-Aye, Henderson-Aye, Malloy-Aye, Thoreson-Aye
Motion Carried
b. This past week our community mourned the passing of Buck Knives Chairman Chuck Buck
and Police Department volunteer Jerry Spreen. Buck Knives has been a valued friend and
community partner and Chuck Buck will be missed by the many friends he made in our
community. Jerry Spreen was a Police Department volunteer for over ten years working with
the schools mentoring students and at the Senior Center. Both will be missed and our
condolences go out to their families.
c. Coffee with a cop will be on Wednesday February 25th from 9-10:30 am at the Post Falls
Senior Center.
d. A letter was read from Sherry Wallis, Executive Director of the Post Falls Food Bank thanking
the City of Post Falls for supporting the Food Bank.
2. CONSENT CALENDAR
The consent calendar includes items which require formal Council action, but which are typically routine or not of great
controversy. Individual Council members may ask that any specific item be removed from the consent calendar in order
that it be discussed in greater detail. Explanatory information is included in the Council agenda packet regarding these
items and any contingencies are part of the approval.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Minutes – February 3, 2015
Payables – January 27, 2015 – February 9, 2015
Spokane River Stewardship Partners Memorandum of Agreement Amendment
Jasmine Addition Subdivision Master Development Agreement Extension
Idaho Community Development Block Grant for the Senior Center
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f. Professional Services Agreement with Abbotswood Design Group for the Evergreen
Cemetery Water Feature
Motion by Hissong to Approve the Consent Calendar as Presented.
Second by Henderson
Vote: Henderson-Aye, Hissong-Aye, Wilhelm-Aye, Thoreson-Aye, Malloy-Aye
Motion Carried
3. PUBLIC HEARINGS
Items listed as public hearings allow citizen comment on the subject matter before the Council. Residents or visitors
wishing to comment upon the item before the Council should follow the procedural steps. In order to testify, individuals
must sign up in advance, providing sufficient information to allow the Clerk to properly record their testimony in the
official record of the City Council. Hearing procedures call for presentation by the applicant, submission of information
from City staff, followed by public testimony. The rules for testifying include the following: applicant will have 15 minutes
to present their project; testimony by the public will be limited to 3 minutes per person. Testimony at public hearings on
applications brought forth from the Planning & Zoning Commission can be used to reaffirm previous testimony.
None
4. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
None
5. CITIZEN ISSUES
This section of the agenda is reserved for citizens wishing to address the Council regarding a City-related issues that are
not on the agenda. In order to ensure adequate public notice, Idaho Law provides that any item requiring Council action
must be placed on the agenda of an upcoming Council meeting, except for emergency circumstances. Comments
related to future public hearings should be held for that public hearing. Repeated comments regarding the same or
similar topics previously addressed are out of order and will not be allowed. Persons wishing to speak will have 5
minutes. Comments regarding performance by city employees are inappropriate at this time and should be directed to
the Mayor, either by subsequent appointment or after tonight’s meeting, if time permitting.
None
6. NEW BUSINESS
a. Tullamore Pre PUD Amendment – Street Lighting John Manley Presenting
Applicant is Copper Basin Construction.
They are requesting an approval to modify the original PUD to install all future street lights per the
City of Post Falls and Kootenai Electric standards and that these lights are owned and maintained
by Kootenai Electric.
Project Size: Approximately 232 acres.
Current Land Use: Mix of Residential and Commercial.
Existing Conditions: The street lighting on both the public and private road are to be owned and
maintained by the Tullamore Homeowners Association.
The reason why this was considered a major amendment is there is a change from an acorn style
lighting to a town and country cobra head style of lighting. The acorn style lighting has been
installed in prior phases. The availability of these lights is the reason for the request. The applicant
found it tough to find anymore acorn style lights and because of that decided to apply for the
change.
Engineering Department: Appropriate levels of roadway illumination have a significant impact in
roadway safety for vehicles and pedestrians. There will be aesthetic differences. Reliability for the
repair, maintenance and operation of the lights is probably better with Kootenai Electric than the
homeowners association.
Malloy: So the existing acorn lights will be converted to being maintained by Kootenai Electric or will
it remain with the homeowners association to maintain?
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Manley: The preexisting acorn lights will be owned and maintained by the homeowners association.
Malloy: It sounds like it is taking maintenance costs from the homeowners association and putting it
on everybody that used Kootenai Electric, is that correct?
Manley: Yes.
Malloy: Personally and speaking for myself I think it is a benefit to those citizens living there
because the maintenance will be better. It just seems like another example where something is
started intended to be private covering the costs and is later pushed on the public at large. I find
that irritating.
Motion by Wilhelm to Approve the Tullamore Pre PUD Amendment - Street Lighting.
Second by Henderson
Vote: Malloy-Aye, Thoreson-Aye, Wilhelm-Aye, Hissong-Aye, Henderson-Aye
Motion Carried
b. Approval of Stipulation of Dismissal Regarding Dissolved Oxygen Total Maximum Daily Load
Lawsuit Against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Motion by Wilhelm to Approve the Stipulation of Dismissal Regarding Dissolved Oxygen
Total Maximum Daily Load Lawsuit Against the Environmental Protection Agency.
Second by Hissong
Mayor: This is what our Executive Session was about. We talked with our attorney regarding.
Listened to the legal advice on whether it made sense to keep the lawsuit moving forward and at
this point we are in a position where it did not make sense so that’s why the motion is coming
forward.
Vote: Wilhelm-Aye, Hissong-Aye, Henderson-Aye, Malloy-Aye, Thoreson
Motion Carried
7. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
Ordinances and resolutions are formal measures considered by the City Council to implement policy which the Council
has considered. Resolutions govern internal matters to establish fees and charges pursuant to existing ordinances.
Ordinances are laws which govern general public conduct. Certain procedures must be followed in the adoption of both
ordinances and resolutions; state law often establishes those requirements.
a. Resolution – Sole Source purchase for Police Department Phone System Integration
Motion by Wilhelm to Approve the Resolution Sole Source Purchase for Police Department
Phone System Integration.
Second by Hissong
Vote: Thoreson-Aye, Malloy-Aye, Henderson-Aye, Hissong-Aye, Wilhelm-Aye
Motion Carried
8. ADMINISTRATIVE / STAFF REPORTS
None
9. MAYOR COMMENTS
a. After the meeting we will have a practice session for the Boys and Girls Club Youth of the
Year so she can practice her speech.
b. Post Falls Police Department is asking citizens to use their parking lot for a safe place to do
child custody exchanges or to exchange goods purchased online. The Police Department is
also equipped with a 24-hour Safe Room just inside the front lobby.
c. Thank you to staff for the information I used at the real estate forum last week. Thank you
very much, you make my job look easy.
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10. COUNCIL COMMENTS
ADJOURNMENT 6:25 PM
__________________________________________
Ronald G. Jacobson, Mayor
__________________________________________
Shannon Howard, City Clerk
Questions concerning items appearing on this Agenda or requests for accommodation of special needs to
participate in the meeting should be addressed to the Office of the City Clerk, 408 Spokane Street or call 208773-3511. This meeting is broadcast live on the city of Post Falls Cable Channel 16.1
Mayor Ron Jacobson
Councilors: Kerri Thoreson, Alan Wolfe, Joe Malloy, Betty Ann Henderson, Skip Hissong, Linda Wilhelm
Mission
The City of Post Falls mission is to provide leadership, support common community values, promote citizen
involvement and provide services which ensure a superior quality of life.
Vision
Post Falls, Idaho is a vibrant city with a balance of community and economic vitality that is distinguished by its
engaged citizens, diverse businesses, progressive leaders, responsible management of fiscal and
environmental resources, superior service, and a full range of opportunities for education and healthy
lifestyles.
“Where opportunities flow and community is a way of life”
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Check Approval (Post Falls)
City of Post Falls
Packet:
Vendor Set:
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Bank Code
Payment Type
Fund: 001 - GENERAL FUND
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Check
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Shaun Beveridge
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75.36
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Kootenai County Auditor
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Super 1 Foods
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ShoreTel Extension Only License
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Office Depot
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The Grove Hotel
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Trading Company
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001-415.0000.66080
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2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
448.17
001-413.0000.63060
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Hawley Troxell
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Check
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Office Supplies
Coeur d' Alene Press
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DeVries Info Management
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Magnuson, McHugh & Co PA
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99016706
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Check
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753808957001
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BDS
APPSB
Check
75.36
001-411.0000.63120
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Dept: 412 Information Systems
A080
Access Telcom, Inc.
APPSB
Check
Distribution Amount
13,734.43
395.00
600.00
995.00
7,284.00
7,284.00
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Packet:
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Adamson Police Products
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Audiology Research Associates
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Bratwear
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Car Wash Plazas, Inc
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VEN04300
CART Wrappers
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Division of Building Safety
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FedEx Kinko's
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Fire Safety Specialists
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Graybar Elecric Company, Inc.
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H & H Business Systems, Inc.
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286826
286618
286825
286624
D019
Hubb Systems DBA: Data 911
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VEN02614
Kootenai County Sheriff's Office
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Kustom Signals, Inc.
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509676
L0195
Language Line Services
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3540828
L0870
Lifeloc Technologies
APPSB
Check
0191783-IN
VEN02036
My Custom I.T.
APPSB
Check
01312015
N001
Napa Auto Parts
APPSB
Check
639586
637717
637715
637722
639843
639872
639598
638692
640256
637716
638186
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice Description
Account Number
Distribution Amount
Car 115 (Anderson) - Bumper
001-421.0000.67170
333.50
Ammo
001-421.0000.63300
720.00
Uniforms - Shop
001-421.4000.72000
34.90
Hearing Test - J House
001-421.0000.62260
24.00
25 Year Award - D Beck
001-421.0000.63590
66.40
Patrol Batteries
001-421.0000.63130
224.95
Nametag - B Knight
001-421.4000.72000
15.95
Uniform - Gloves
001-421.4000.72000
186.50
PF Police Department - Car Washes
001-421.0000.67170
281.36
"Not In Service" Magnets
001-421.0000.67100
90.00
Elevator Certification
001-421.0000.68060
125.00
Homicide Investigation Copies
001-421.0000.63920
10.69
Fire Extinguisher Annual Maintenance
001-421.0000.67170
156.80
Network Cable - Credit
Any Server Brackets
Panduit cable mgmt
Network Cable
001-421.0000.66041
001-421.0000.66041
001-421.0000.66041
001-421.0000.66041
-124.16
464.09
-10.69
122.82
Detectives - Excess B & W Copies
Patrol - Excess Copies
Records - Excess Color Copies
Detectives - Excess Color Copies
001-421.0000.66050
001-421.0000.66050
001-421.0000.66050
001-421.0000.66050
21.63
10.55
12.22
7.49
USB Port Replacement
001-421.0000.66041
195.00
Instructor Development - A Ogle
001-421.0000.64020
150.00
Radar Repair
001-421.0000.67060
192.22
Interpretor
001-421.0000.65030
145.88
Lifeloc - Battery Replacement
001-421.0000.63130
65.04
Web Payments Support
001-421.1445.62190
72.00
Tool Set - Sockets 3/8th"
Car 48 - HUB Assembly
Car 41 - Exhaust Manifold
Car 88 - Pinion / Outer Tie Rod
Car 41 - Alternator
Car 41 - Valve Cover Set
Car 41 - Exhaust Pipe Gasket
Stock - Ring Terminal
Stock - Heater Hose
Car 41 - Exhaust Flange Hardware
Stock - Cable
001-421.0000.67090
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
14.06
232.08
397.54
413.82
289.17
22.93
27.74
20.99
9.99
20.76
53.67
Page 2 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Number
Bank Code
APPSB
N276
APPSB
V040
APPSB
VEN03234
APPSB
P180
APPSB
VEN04390
APPSB
P2101
APPSB
P222
APPSB
P390
APPSB
R251
APPSB
S275
APPSB
VEN02397
APPSB
T013
APPSB
T118
APPSB
U140
APPSB
Vendor Name
Payment Type
Check
Invoice #
637728
640837
637222
639819
637036
638872
640816
640297
637744
Northwest Vital Records Center
Check
0115-82962
Office Depot
Check
753694471001
753693681001
754009196001
754009017001
Pam Thompson
Check
INV0058714
Perfection Tire
Check
36-93167
36-92475
Personnel Evaluation, Inc.
Check
12469
Petty Cash -Tammy Holmes
Check
INV0058527
INV0058528
INV0058529
Post Falls Family Medicine PA
Check
INV0058712
Post Falls Gas Mart
Check
INV0058608
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
Check
246321/1
246650/1
246394/1
Solar Eclipse
Check
20613
ST JOSEPHS EAR NOSE THROAT CLI
Check
INV0058620
Tailored Solutions Corporation
Check
20150229
TPI Embroidery
Check
12419
UpScale Mail
Check
223095
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice Description
Stock - Connectors / Relays
Halogen Bulbs
Stock - Power Strip
Shop - Supplies
Car 113 - Fitting
Car 92 - Battery
Car 93 - Blower Motor
Car 41 - Exhaust Pipe Gasket
Stock - Primary
Account Number
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.90020
Distribution Amount
54.22
40.16
32.45
33.20
8.45
148.78
108.80
-125.43
26.50
Paper Shredding
001-421.0000.68010
58.00
Office Supplies
001-421.0000.63060
001-421.0000.63060
001-421.0000.63060
001-421.0000.66042
125.55
6.99
42.49
233.98
Dept Meeting Feb - Speaker
001-421.0000.63590
60.00
Car 88 - Alignment
Car 91 - Flat Repair
001-421.0000.67190
001-421.0000.67190
69.95
14.95
New Hire Evaluation
001-421.0000.62000
40.00
Holidays & Heroes - Bags
Course Material Fees - A Clark
Car 41 - Exhaust
001-421.0000.63890
001-421.0000.64020
001-421.0000.67170
8.58
30.00
45.00
Reserve Candidate Exam - Bonds
001-421.0000.62370
221.00
P.D. & Animal Control - Fuel
001-421.0000.64030
4,740.47
Black Cable Clamps
Nails Bolts & Nuts
Stock - Nails
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67100
8.56
5.78
39.90
Car 101 - Windshield
001-421.0000.67170
184.69
Hearing Test - A Bonds
001-421.0000.62370
51.00
ForseCom Maintenance
001-421.0000.66043
290.00
Hat - Morris
001-421.4000.72000
14.00
Postage
001-421.0000.63070
13.99
Dept 421 Total:
Dept: 423 Oasis
H001
APPSB
VEN03797
APPSB
H & H Business Systems, Inc.
Check
286602
Riverbend Inn - Post Falls
Check
193423
V.S.U. Excess Copies
001-423.0000.63730
4.70
V.S.U. - Hotel Stay
001-423.1151.68400
44.00
Dept 423 Total:
Dept: 424 Legal - Prosecuting
VEN04731
Complete Office
APPSB
Check
1184381-0
11,728.90
Office Supplies
001-424.0000.63040
Dept 424 Total:
48.70
44.99
44.99
Dept: 427 Animal Control
A1395
Advanced Compressor & Hose Inc
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Page 3 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
Vendor Number
Bank Code
APPSB
F070
APPSB
P390
APPSB
S400
APPSB
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Name
Payment Type
Check
Fire Safety Specialists
Check
Post Falls Gas Mart
Check
Super 1 Foods
Check
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice #
61802
Invoice Description
Animal Control - Hose Repair
Account Number
001-427.0000.68010
Distribution Amount
12.64
19711
Annual Maintenance
001-427.0000.68010
36.90
INV0058608
P.D. & Animal Control - Fuel
001-427.0000.64030
188.14
INV0058645
Ajax
001-427.0000.63151
Dept 427 Total:
Dept: 431 Streets
VEN01828
3M
APPSB
Check
TP23203
A1395
Advanced Compressor & Hose Inc
APPSB
Check
61969
C3818
Cooper Fabrication, Inc.
APPSB
Check
11181
VEN05282
Partsmaster
APPSB
Check
20861924
VEN03055
Rain Master Seamless Rain Gutter LLC
APPSB
Check
20170
R251
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
APPSB
Check
246563/1
246666/1
U140
UpScale Mail
APPSB
Check
222935
4081 F/L YGRN DG Sheeting
001-431.0000.63260
1,631.25
Ball Valve
001-431.0000.63000
215.10
CH Drop Box For Payments Post
001-431.0000.68150
340.00
Patch Material
001-431.0000.68090
209.39
Gutters For Shop
001-431.0000.68010
650.00
Pipe & Adapter
2.6 ounce Engine Oil
001-431.0000.63000
001-431.0000.63000
22.03
9.45
PED - Shipping
001-431.0000.68140
19.94
Dept 431 Total:
Dept: 433 Facility Maintenance
S0760
Seltice Laundry
APPSB
Check
T074
Thermal Supply
APPSB
Check
W0226
Walter E Nelson Co
APPSB
Check
3,097.16
INV0058524
Laundry
001-433.0000.63160
20.00
5819064
Filters
001-433.0000.68030
61.80
277796
Towels / Gloves
001-433.0000.63140
145.55
Dept 433 Total:
Dept: 434 Fleet Maintenance
A1395
Advanced Compressor & Hose Inc
APPSB
Check
61834
61918
62013
A0001
Alsco
APPSB
Check
LSPO1578808
LSPO1575901
LSPO1570657
LSPO1581640
C235
Clyde/West, Inc.
APPSB
Check
00357756
C130
Coeur d'Alene Tractor
APPSB
Check
1006438
1006828
D095
Digital Imaging Solutions, Inc
APPSB
Check
119617
F020
Fastenal Company
APPSB
Check
IDPO141040
F145
Freedom Truck Centers Inc.
APPSB
Check
PC001194115:01
PC001194115:02
L001
Lake City Ford
APPSB
Check
106827
INV0058819
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
5.88
243.56
227.35
Black Lynx Tie - Credit
911 Trucks - Stabilizer
Shop - Zip Ties
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
-45.29
22.72
10.44
Shop Towels & Coveralls
Shop
Shop Towels / Coveralls
001-434.0000.63160
001-434.0000.63160
001-434.0000.63160
001-434.0000.63160
41.40
41.40
5.25
41.40
S554 - Fuse Panel
001-434.0000.67050
234.84
Parts - Mowers
Park's Filters For Mowers
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
17.48
25.96
Copier Maintenance
001-434.0000.66061
5.42
Plow Bolts
001-434.0000.67030
110.68
S210, S211, S215 & S216 O Rings
Stock - S211 & S210 O Rings
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
26.22
17.48
T109 - Power Steering Hose
F250 2WD Pick-up
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.90010
212.16
21,619.00
Page 4 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
Vendor Number
Bank Code
L060
APPSB
N001
APPSB
N2365
APPSB
VEN05282
APPSB
S22200
APPSB
S460
APPSB
VEN04253
APPSB
Z026
APPSB
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Name
Payment Type
Invoice #
Les Schwab Central Billing Dep
Check
10200271748
10500270919
Napa Auto Parts
Check
639950
638532
639457
638088
639351
639349
639019
639929
638095
639657
639590
639437
637726
639593
639426
639831
637712
638910
639362
638304
639350
638904
Northwest Paint & Body
Check
15-01/4291
Partsmaster
Check
20861427
Six Robblees' Inc.
Check
5-724717-2
5-724216
5-724717-1
5-725669
5-724216-1
5-726215
5-723548
Spray Center Electronics, Inc.
Check
229737
229736
Western States Equipment Company
Check
PR080006033
PC080063363
PC080063492
Ziegler Lumber Co #017
Check
1017 948574
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice Description
Account Number
T109 - Turn Rotors
S116 - Alignment
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
36.90
50.62
S120 & S121 - Pri Wire
T109 - Brake Pads
S553 - Tensioner
B105 - Fuel Filter
Sweeper Air Filters
S553 - Water Pump
Mower's Spark Plugs
M108 - Switch
B105 - Oil Pressure Light
Air Filter / Spark Plug
Tensioner / Switch - Credit
S554 - V Belt
T103 - Solenoid
S553 - Block Heater
S550 - Oil
S565 - Filters
S211 - Coolant & Filter
S553 - Sweeper Filters
Oil & Fuel Filters
Filter
Oil Additive
Stock - Parks Oil
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67170
001-434.0000.67170
001-434.0000.67170
001-434.0000.67170
001-434.0000.67170
001-434.0000.67230
001-434.0000.67230
88.00
80.72
98.38
6.45
183.87
127.33
14.14
9.97
11.61
11.97
-101.48
34.75
58.86
68.60
22.74
63.42
18.07
66.82
11.13
16.00
25.96
136.44
2009 Ford - Paint & Refinish
001-434.0000.67220
426.00
Shop - Supplies
001-434.0000.63007
416.98
Plow Parts - Chains
P119 - Valves
Plow Parts - Chains
Stock - LED Strobe
P119 - Plow Parts
Stock - Strobe
S120 & S121 - Cab Guards
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.90010
14.60
79.63
23.56
165.00
84.25
165.00
687.40
S232 - Tanker
S232 - Poly Pipe
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
59.84
8.42
Credit
S211 - Heater
S346 - Plow Blade
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67200
-128.22
128.22
279.56
Shop - Light Bulbs
001-434.0000.68010
Dept 434 Total:
Dept: 441 Urban Forestry
C410
Country Lock & Key, Inc.
APPSB
Check
94198
P4835
Progressive Printing, Inc.
APPSB
Check
44665
R251
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
APPSB
Check
246923/1
246931/1
Distribution Amount
89.85
26,027.92
Keys
001-441.0000.67010
128.50
Arborist Door Hangers
001-441.0000.63210
238.00
Stihl Engine Oil
Cable Cutter / Pre-Cut Cable
001-441.0000.66190
001-441.0000.67010
12.19
42.68
Dept 441 Total:
421.37
Dept: 443 Parks
A365
American On-Site Services
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Page 5 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
Vendor Number
Bank Code
APPSB
VEN04131
APPSB
C291
APPSB
VEN04268
APPSB
C130
APPSB
VEN04731
APPSB
C410
APPSB
F020
APPSB
I110
APPSB
N001
APPSB
VEN01379
APPSB
P3181
APPSB
P4835
APPSB
R251
APPSB
S0760
APPSB
S400
APPSB
Z026
APPSB
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Name
Payment Type
Check
Invoice #
A-141022
A-141503
A-141504
A-141655
A-141021
A-140980
A-141505
A-141506
AUTO-RAIN-Spokane Region
Check
1054028
1054027
Coeur d' Alene Press
Check
2334580
Coeur d'Alene Garbage Service
Check
51X00147
Coeur d'Alene Tractor
Check
1007101
1007063
1007053
Complete Office
Check
1184383-0
Country Lock & Key, Inc.
Check
93151
Fastenal Company
Check
IDPO141172
IDPO141039
Idaho Fence Co, Inc.
Check
33353
33325
Napa Auto Parts
Check
639566
639559
640423
639559
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Check
3829-355662
PlayPower LT Farmington, Inc
Check
1400188216
Progressive Printing, Inc.
Check
44639M
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
Check
246670/1
246835/1
246503/1
246533/1
246805/1
246680/1
246690/1
Seltice Laundry
Check
29123
Super 1 Foods
Check
INV0058641
Ziegler Lumber Co #017
Check
1017 949063
1017 949405
1017 949285
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice Description
Econo John HC Unit
Portable Restrooms
Portable Restroom
Extra Service Fee
Event Unit W/ Sanitizer
Portable RR W/ Sanitizer
Larger ADA Unit
Portable Restroom
Account Number
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.65050
Distribution Amount
75.00
145.00
85.00
85.00
50.00
50.00
85.00
85.00
Cell Modem Upgrade
Cell Modem Upgrade
001-443.0000.68230
001-443.0000.68230
1,000.00
1,000.00
Ad - Park Maintenance Worker
001-443.0000.62080
252.02
2Yd - FL 2 x Week - Shop
001-443.0000.65050
17.17
Tines Left & Right Howard
Starter Assembly
001-443.0000.66190
001-443.0000.66190
001-443.0000.66190
-179.52
179.52
16.37
Office supplies
001-443.0000.63060
6.74
Keys
001-443.0000.67030
86.75
Hardware
001-443.0000.67030
001-443.0000.67030
3.55
1.44
Corner Barb Arm
White Cap
001-443.0000.63530
001-443.0000.67030
25.50
4.90
Clear Vinyl Tubing
Oil Gun / Air Intake Cleaner
Tire Valve
Oil Gun / Air Intake Cleaner
001-443.0000.66190
001-443.0000.66190
001-443.0000.67090
001-443.0000.67090
5.03
15.47
46.79
11.99
Trailer Jack
001-443.0000.67090
39.99
Playground Equipment / Parts
001-443.0000.68013
1,336.81
Business Cards - Zimmerman
001-443.0000.63060
25.00
Exhaust Gasket / Muffler
Carburetor / Fuel Line
Cable Ties
Needle Point
Black Para Cord
Ace Spray Paint - Satin Black
Cut Wheel / CutOff Blade
001-443.0000.66190
001-443.0000.66190
001-443.0000.67030
001-443.0000.67030
001-443.0000.67030
001-443.0000.68160
001-443.1658.62330
26.96
72.05
8.09
3.19
23.38
8.98
25.10
WashPay Card Usage
001-443.0000.63150
97.94
Dish Soap / Plates / Cups
001-443.0000.63150
001-443.0000.64010
3.28
13.58
Staples
1 x 6 16' Primed Trim - Credit
2 x 2 8' Dry Studs
001-443.0000.67030
001-443.0000.68160
001-443.1658.62330
7.95
-16.55
57.35
Dept 443 Total:
4,886.82
Dept: 445 Recreation
VEN01020
Cindy Jacobs
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Page 6 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
Vendor Number
Bank Code
APPSB
VEN06634
APPSB
VEN04014
APPSB
G0915
APPSB
VEN06647
APPSB
VEN02036
APPSB
VEN01438
APPSB
V040
APPSB
R251
APPSB
R1541
APPSB
S050
APPSB
S400
APPSB
W02237
APPSB
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Name
Payment Type
Invoice #
Check
INV0058490
Felicia Frantz
Check
INV0058619
Frontier Ice Arena
Check
INV0058739
GovConnection, Inc.
Check
52204455
Jacqueline Mauer
Check
INV0058746
My Custom I.T.
Check
01312015 P & R
Northwest Martial Arts
Check
INV0058511
Office Depot
Check
753302785001
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
Check
246946/1
Ricoh USA Inc.
Check
5034624577
Saturday Night Inc.
Check
84572
Super 1 Foods
Check
INV0058647
INV0058640
INV0058644
Wal*Mart Community
Check
INV0058809
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice Description
Yoga & Women's Aikido
Account Number
001-445.0000.62040
Distribution Amount
23.80
Murder Mystery - Refund
001-445.1625.33391
110.00
Ice Skating & Hockey
001-445.0000.62040
154.00
LED LCD Monitor
001-445.0000.66190
158.90
Youth Dance Refund
001-445.1616.33359
62.00
On-Line Service
001-445.1445.62190
595.50
Martial Arts Classes
001-445.0000.62040
245.70
Office Supplies
001-445.0000.63060
11.78
Fire Extinguisher
001-445.0000.63110
17.99
Recreation's Color - B & W Copies
001-445.0000.66050
79.08
Youth T-Shirts
001-445.0000.63120
524.60
Donuts
Water
Cocoa / Forks / Plates
001-445.0000.63080
001-445.0000.63080
001-445.0000.63080
24.49
4.28
11.96
Bags
001-445.0000.63080
Dept 445 Total:
Dept: 451 Planning & Zoning
VEN04731
Complete Office
APPSB
Check
1183379-0
H001
H & H Business Systems, Inc.
APPSB
Check
287436
287248
287437
287249
T126
Trading Company
APPSB
Check
INV0058793
U140
UpScale Mail
APPSB
Check
223721
Office Supplies
001-451.0000.63060
38.07
Excess Copies
001-451.0000.66061
001-451.0000.66061
001-451.0000.66061
001-451.0000.66061
34.06
28.96
5.56
3.62
Forks
001-451.0000.63000
5.31
City Forester Stamp
001-451.0000.63000
96.46
Dept 451 Total:
Dept: 452 Building Inspector
H001
H & H Business Systems, Inc.
APPSB
Check
287248
287437
287249
287436
T126
Trading Company
APPSB
Check
INV0058793
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
212.04
Excess Copies
001-452.0000.66050
001-452.0000.66050
001-452.0000.66050
001-452.0000.66050
28.96
5.56
3.61
34.06
Forks
001-452.0000.63000
5.30
Dept 452 Total:
Dept: 453 Engineering
H001
H & H Business Systems, Inc.
APPSB
Check
287248
287249
287437
287436
R251
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
APPSB
Check
246702/1
39.85
2,063.93
77.49
Excess Copies
001-453.1901.66050
001-453.1901.66050
001-453.1901.66050
001-453.1901.66050
28.96
3.62
5.56
34.06
9V Batteries
001-453.0000.63530
12.59
Page 7 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
Vendor Number
Bank Code
S0760
APPSB
T126
APPSB
X105
APPSB
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Name
Payment Type
Seltice Laundry
Check
Trading Company
Check
Xerox Corporation
Check
Invoice #
Invoice Description
Account Number
29127
WashPay Card Usage
001-453.0000.63530
8.49
INV0058793
Forks
001-453.0000.64010
5.31
078054269
Full Service Maintenance Plan
001-453.0000.63610
38.00
Fund: 003 - PERSONNEL BENEFIT POOL
Dept: 482 Personnel Pool
S400
Super 1 Foods
APPSB
Check
INV0058646
INV0058643
T126
Trading Company
APPSB
Check
INV0058798
INV0058797
INV0058802
V0200
VEBA Service Group, LLC
APPSB
Check
INV0058618
W02237
Wal*Mart Community
APPSB
Check
INV0058808
Fund: 008 - 911 SUPPORT
Dept: 426 911 Support
E0495
ESRI Inc.
APPSB
Check
Fund: 037 - STREETS IMPACT FEES
Dept: 431 Streets
T090
Thorco, Inc.
APPSB
Check
T126
Trading Company
APPSB
Check
92930927
Distribution Amount
Dept 453 Total:
136.59
Fund 001 Total:
83,107.07
Ice Cream
Party Tray / Napkins / Water
003-482.0000.73020
003-482.0000.73020
41.16
94.19
Egg Substitute / Hashbrowns
Chocolate Chips / Dry Ice
Clear Cups
003-482.0000.73010
003-482.0000.73020
003-482.0000.73020
80.24
25.32
10.00
Employee Benefits Consulting Svcs
003-482.0000.62040
2,500.00
Sundae Toppings
003-482.0000.73020
ESRI GIS annual renewal
253.97
Dept 482 Total:
3,004.88
Fund 003 Total:
3,004.88
008-426.0000.67290
4,000.00
Dept 426 Total:
4,000.00
Fund 008 Total:
4,000.00
1790965
CMAQ Seltice / Mullan
037-431.0000.95130
5,965.00
INV0058799
INV0058800
Water / Eat Smart Veggies
Plates / Napkins
037-431.0000.80300
037-431.0000.80300
28.70
9.45
Fund: 650 - RECLAIMED WATER OPERATING
Dept: 463 Wastewater Operating
A090
Accurate Testing Labs LLC
APPSB
Check
80934
A470
Applied Solutions, LLC
APPSB
Check
3416E-01F
3516A-01F
VEN03129
Barr Tech LLC
APPSB
Check
2508
C3090
Columbia Electric Supply
APPSB
Check
1120-531247
G130
Greenacres Gypsum & Lime Co
APPSB
Check
115992
VEN03877
Hawley Troxell
APPSB
Check
289402
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Dept 431 Total:
6,003.15
Fund 037 Total:
6,003.15
Bio-Solids Sampling
650-463.0000.68360
600.00
New Computer Configuration
Headworks Huber Troubleshooting
650-463.0000.68025
650-463.0000.68025
339.50
1,374.31
Bio-Solids Disposal
650-463.0000.62150
30,681.60
Clamps For Water Pipe
650-463.0000.68025
7.23
Odor Control - Lime
650-463.0000.68025
293.50
Judicial Confirmation of WW Project
650-463.0000.62010
612.50
Page 8 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
Vendor Number
Bank Code
H215
APPSB
N001
APPSB
VEN04172
APPSB
R251
APPSB
U140
APPSB
W095
APPSB
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Name
Payment Type
Invoice #
HD Supply Waterworks Ltd.
Check
D489598
Napa Auto Parts
Check
639992
Northwest Scientific, Inc.
Check
5067680
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
Check
246734/1
246661/1
246839/1
UpScale Mail
Check
223557
Welding Fabrication Services
Check
9782
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice Description
Account Number
Lab Supplies
650-463.0000.63400
863.14
Grease Gun
650-463.0000.67090
24.99
Filters
650-463.0000.63400
108.04
Rain X Car Wash / Bucket
Pipe Coupling
Bushing / Faucet Sink Celcon
650-463.0000.67170
650-463.0000.68025
650-463.0000.68025
11.50
35.24
10.14
RAS SS Probe - Shipping
650-463.0000.68025
24.80
Bottle Racks Powder Coating
650-463.0000.63400
Dept 463 Total:
Dept: 466 Wastewater - Collections
F020
Fastenal Company
APPSB
Check
IDPO141081
R251
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
APPSB
Check
246808/1
Fund: 750 - WATER OPERATING
Balance Sheet Accounts
VEN06641
ATLAS HOMES
APPSB
Check
INV0058628
VEN06631
BALIJA, DOUGLAS & ALICI
APPSB
Check
INV0058445
VEN03178
Collection Bureau Inc
APPSB
Check
INV0058686
VEN06644
CZAPLA, CHRIS
APPSB
Check
INV0058634
VEN06629
GRIDLEY INVESTMENT CO.
APPSB
Check
INV0058441
VEN06642
HALLMARK HOMES INC
APPSB
Check
INV0058630
VEN06630
HUBER, DENNIS
APPSB
Check
INV0058443
VEN06628
KOEHLER, DREW R
APPSB
Check
INV0058439
VEN06633
LEWIS, CORY I
APPSB
Check
INV0058449
VEN06645
MANNA PROPERTY SOLUTIONS
APPSB
Check
INV0058636
VEN06638
PATTON, DAN
APPSB
Check
INV0058622
VEN06643
RICHARDSON, DAVID & TELA
APPSB
Check
INV0058632
VEN06632
SMITH, MARILYN
APPSB
Check
INV0058447
VEN06646
WELLS FARGO BANK FOR WAMU
APPSB
Check
INV0058638
VEN06639
WILLIAM DAUM CONST
APPSB
Check
INV0058624
VEN06640
WINDERMERE - HAYDEN
APPSB
Check
INV0058626
162.50
35,148.99
Pump Bolts
650-466.0000.63006
7.20
Coupling
650-466.0000.63330
9.88
Dept 466 Total:
17.08
Fund 650 Total:
35,166.07
ATLAS HOMES
750-17000
89.77
BALIJA, DOUGLAS & ALICI
750-17000
62.94
Daniel Fischer
750-17340
17.82
CZAPLA, CHRIS
750-17000
49.04
GRIDLEY INVESTMENT CO.
750-17000
150.24
HALLMARK HOMES INC
750-17000
50.00
HUBER, DENNIS
750-17000
34.29
KOEHLER, DREW R
750-17000
29.15
LEWIS, CORY I
750-17000
100.75
MANNA PROPERTY SOLUTIONS
750-17000
36.67
PATTON, DAN
750-17000
10.17
RICHARDSON, DAVID & TELA
750-17000
109.90
SMITH, MARILYN
750-17000
130.72
WELLS FARGO BANK FOR WAMU
750-17000
43.14
WILLIAM DAUM CONST
750-17000
50.00
WINDERMERE - HAYDEN
750-17000
41.66
Balance Sheet Accounts Total:
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Distribution Amount
1,006.26
Page 9 of 13
Packet:
Vendor Set:
APPKT03617 - Check Run 03.04.2015
01 - Vendor Set 01
Vendor Number Vendor Name
Bank Code
Payment Type
Invoice #
Dept: 462 Water Operating
A090
Accurate Testing Labs LLC
APPSB
Check
81034
81043
81146
A1395
Advanced Compressor & Hose Inc
APPSB
Check
61755
F020
Fastenal Company
APPSB
Check
IDPO141069
IDPO141156
G098
Grainger
APPSB
Check
9649906386
N001
Napa Auto Parts
APPSB
Check
640163
638866
639470
V040
Office Depot
APPSB
Check
754605360001
754605361001
754605278001
754605362001
P310
Platt Electric
APPSB
Check
G089079
R251
Ranch & Home Ace Hardware
APPSB
Check
246479/1
246446/1
246671/1
246682/1
246653/1
246652/1
246644/1
246396/1
246436/1
246641/1
R1691
River City Paint & Decorating
APPSB
Check
24550
24573
U140
UpScale Mail
APPSB
Check
223733
Z026
Ziegler Lumber Co #017
APPSB
Check
1017 950247
1017 949270
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Check Date: 03/04/2015
Invoice Description
Account Number
Distribution Amount
Water Testing
750-462.0000.68360
750-462.0000.68360
750-462.0000.68360
160.00
140.00
40.00
Well No. 9 GenSet
750-462.0000.68025
32.26
Shop
Well No. 3 - Trubolts
750-462.0000.63280
750-462.0000.68025
21.71
57.27
Well Filters
750-462.0000.68025
135.00
Lectra-Motive Cleaner
Hook Pick Tool
5 Gallons of Hydraulic Fluid
750-462.0000.63280
750-462.0000.68025
750-462.0000.68025
9.98
10.82
81.88
Office Supplies
750-462.0000.63060
750-462.0000.63060
750-462.0000.63060
750-462.0000.63060
4.87
4.79
2.31
60.90
Light Replacement
750-462.0000.68010
168.34
Shop - Totes
Shop - Liquid Hand Soap
Percussion Drill Bit
Medium Utility Box
Putty Knife / Roof Cement
Torch Head Trigger
Caulk Tube Cover / Caulk Gun
Paint Scraper
Pliers / Paintbrush Set
Brush Wire Cup / TurboMax Drill Bit
750-462.0000.63280
750-462.0000.63280
750-462.0000.67090
750-462.0000.68010
750-462.0000.68010
750-462.0000.68010
750-462.0000.68025
750-462.0000.68025
750-462.0000.68025
750-462.0000.68025
57.90
11.18
10.33
12.34
14.83
41.38
22.45
22.74
45.16
35.51
Epoxy
Paint Repsirator
750-462.0000.68025
750-462.0000.68025
130.98
53.93
Shipping For Repair
750-462.0000.63070
29.67
Well No. 3 - 1.5" 4 x 8s
Well No. 3 - Drywall
750-462.0000.68025
750-462.0000.68025
112.50
92.81
Dept 462 Total:
1,623.84
Fund 750 Total:
2,630.10
Report Total:
133,911.27
Page 10 of 13
Check Approval (Post Falls)
Fund Summary
City of Post Falls
Fund
Account
001 - GENERAL FUND
001-17340
001-411.0000.63060
001-411.0000.63120
001-411.0000.63870
001-411.0000.64010
001-412.0000.65030
001-413.0000.63060
001-413.0000.63800
001-413.0000.64010
001-414.0000.62000
001-414.0000.62040
001-414.0000.62091
001-414.1445.62170
001-414.1445.62190
001-415.0000.66080
001-416.0000.62040
001-421.0000.62000
001-421.0000.62260
001-421.0000.62370
001-421.0000.63060
001-421.0000.63070
001-421.0000.63130
001-421.0000.63300
001-421.0000.63590
001-421.0000.63890
001-421.0000.63920
001-421.0000.64020
001-421.0000.64030
001-421.0000.65030
001-421.0000.66041
001-421.0000.66042
001-421.0000.66043
001-421.0000.66050
001-421.0000.67060
001-421.0000.67090
001-421.0000.67100
001-421.0000.67170
001-421.0000.67190
001-421.0000.68010
001-421.0000.68060
001-421.0000.90020
001-421.1445.62190
001-421.4000.72000
001-423.0000.63730
001-423.1151.68400
001-424.0000.63040
001-427.0000.63151
001-427.0000.64030
001-427.0000.68010
001-431.0000.63000
001-431.0000.63260
001-431.0000.68010
001-431.0000.68090
001-431.0000.68140
001-431.0000.68150
001-433.0000.63140
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Amount
75.36
7.00
12.00
10,975.00
13.30
448.17
7.00
6.99
332.00
109.34
27.00
6,000.00
3,681.39
3,916.70
995.00
7,284.00
40.00
24.00
272.00
175.03
13.99
289.99
720.00
126.40
8.58
10.69
180.00
4,740.47
145.88
647.06
233.98
290.00
51.89
192.22
14.06
1,933.56
1,001.35
84.90
58.00
125.00
26.50
72.00
251.35
4.70
44.00
44.99
5.88
188.14
49.54
246.58
1,631.25
650.00
209.39
19.94
340.00
145.55
Page 11 of 13
001-433.0000.63160
001-433.0000.68030
001-434.0000.63007
001-434.0000.63160
001-434.0000.66061
001-434.0000.67030
001-434.0000.67050
001-434.0000.67170
001-434.0000.67200
001-434.0000.67220
001-434.0000.67230
001-434.0000.68010
001-434.0000.90010
001-441.0000.63210
001-441.0000.66190
001-441.0000.67010
001-443.0000.62080
001-443.0000.63060
001-443.0000.63150
001-443.0000.63530
001-443.0000.64010
001-443.0000.65050
001-443.0000.66190
001-443.0000.67030
001-443.0000.67090
001-443.0000.68013
001-443.0000.68160
001-443.0000.68230
001-443.1658.62330
001-445.0000.62040
001-445.0000.63060
001-445.0000.63080
001-445.0000.63110
001-445.0000.63120
001-445.0000.66050
001-445.0000.66190
001-445.1445.62190
001-445.1616.33359
001-445.1625.33391
001-451.0000.63000
001-451.0000.63060
001-451.0000.66061
001-452.0000.63000
001-452.0000.66050
001-453.0000.63530
001-453.0000.63610
001-453.0000.64010
001-453.1901.66050
Fund 001 Total:
20.00
61.80
416.98
129.45
5.42
110.68
1,925.74
175.44
279.56
426.00
162.40
89.85
22,306.40
238.00
12.19
171.18
252.02
31.74
101.22
25.50
13.58
677.17
135.88
139.25
98.77
1,336.81
-7.57
2,000.00
82.45
423.50
11.78
80.58
17.99
524.60
79.08
158.90
595.50
62.00
110.00
101.77
38.07
72.20
5.30
72.19
21.08
38.00
5.31
72.20
83,107.07
Fund 003 Total:
2,500.00
80.24
424.64
3,004.88
Fund 008 Total:
4,000.00
4,000.00
Fund 037 Total:
38.15
5,965.00
6,003.15
003 - PERSONNEL BENEFIT POOL
003-482.0000.62040
003-482.0000.73010
003-482.0000.73020
008 - 911 SUPPORT
008-426.0000.67290
037 - STREETS IMPACT FEES
037-431.0000.80300
037-431.0000.95130
650 - RECLAIMED WATER OPERATING
650-463.0000.62010
650-463.0000.62150
650-463.0000.63400
650-463.0000.67090
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
612.50
30,681.60
1,133.68
24.99
Page 12 of 13
650-463.0000.67170
650-463.0000.68025
650-463.0000.68360
650-466.0000.63006
650-466.0000.63330
Fund 650 Total:
11.50
2,084.72
600.00
7.20
9.88
35,166.07
Fund 750 Total:
Report Total:
988.44
17.82
72.87
29.67
100.77
10.33
236.89
833.31
340.00
2,630.10
133,911.27
750 - WATER OPERATING
750-17000
750-17340
750-462.0000.63060
750-462.0000.63070
750-462.0000.63280
750-462.0000.67090
750-462.0000.68010
750-462.0000.68025
750-462.0000.68360
2/25/2015 8:36:02 AM
Page 13 of 13
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE HANDCHECK ACCOUNTABILITY FOR CHECK RUN 03/04/2015
DATE
2/13/2015
2/13/2015
2/13/2015
2/13/2015
2/13/2015
2/13/2015
2/13/2015
2/13/2015
2/20/2015
2/20/2015
2/20/2015
AMOUNT
70.47
709.43
78,822.10
29.50
64.43
539.03
1,744.12
1,142.13
6,042.86
355.04
553.99
90,073.10
CHECK # COMPANY
50460
50461
50462
50463
50464
50465
50466
50467
50479
50480
50481
AT&T
AT&T Mobility
AVISTA Utilities
CenturyLink
Frontier
Kootenai Electric
Time Warner Cable
Verizon Wireless
AVISTA Utilities
Frontier
Time Warner Cable
REASON
GL CODE
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Pay Before Due Date
Various
650-466.0000.65030
Various
008-426.0000.65031
650-463.0000.65030
001-421.0000.65021
Various
Various
Various
Various
Various
CITY OF POST FALLS
AGENDA REPORT
CONSENT AGENDA
Reviewed By:
DH
_
ATY
_
CA
___
FIN
DATE:
March 3, 2015
TO:
HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
FROM:
John Beacham, Environmental Manager
SUBJECT:
2015 Water Reclamation Facility Upgrades – Bid Request
RECOMMENDED ACTION: With the approval of the Consent Agenda, Council
approves bidding the Headworks, Equalization, and Sludge Loading
Improvements Project for the Water Reclamation Facility. With this
authorization, the Public Works Department will put the Plans and
Specifications, as described in the 2/17/15 workshop, out for bid.
ISSUE: Legal counsel has recommended that we request authorization from
the City Council before requesting bids for projects. This project will
construct upgrades to the Water Reclamation Facility.
DISCUSSION: This project consists of adding a new Headworks, Equalization
Basins, Solids Loading Facility, and Backup Disinfection Upgrades to the
existing Water Reclamation Facility.
After the project is bid, the winning bid will then be brought back to Council
for approval of the bid and subsequent construction contract.
FISCAL IMPACT: The Engineer’s opinion of cost for construction of this
project is $11.5 million. $10,836,000 of this project will be funded with a State
Revolving Fund loan. A portion of the loan will also be used toward
engineering and administrative fees for the project. The remainder will be
funded by Reserve/Replacement Funds. The total project budget is
approximately $13.9 million. The interest on the loan is 2.25% for 20 years.
This project appears to fit within the financial plan developed for the 2013
Facility Plan.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: The Plans and Specifications will be finalized the
week of March 9th. The most current documents can be reviewed at the Public
Services Department.
03/17/15
Item #
Reviewed By:
DH ___
ATY _ _
CA ___
CITY OF POST FALLS
AGENDA REPORT
DATE:
02/23/2015
TO:
HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
FROM:
Michael Kirby
SUBJECT: Change City Hall & Water phone & Internet service to Level 3
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommend changing City Hall phone and Internet service from Time Warner
to Level 3 (formerly TW Telecom).
ISSUE:
Our contract with Time Warner is expiring and we are suggesting approval of a 5
year contract with Level 3.
DISCUSSION:
Level 3 has presented a proposal for phone service comparable to what we
currently have and Internet bandwidth 5 times greater than what we currently have.
We currently have a 20MB Internet connection and this contract will provide a
100MB connection. We will also be able to review the contract yearly to see if we
can further increase our connection speed.
FISCAL IMPACT:
Our current before tax and surcharge cost for phone and Internet at City Hall is
approximately $1,552 and for the Water department the cost is approximately
$463.00. The new cost will be $1,836.80 and $332.00 respectively. A net increase
of $153.80 per month. The City Hall cost is split between 17 departments so the per
department increase will be negligible and should be able to be absorbed by the
current budget.
PAGE NO.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS:
Level 3 Proposal.pdf
03/17/15
Item #
Document No. 717843
Customer Information and Contract Specifications
Customer Name: City of Post Falls
Service Order
Service Address
Description
2002 W SELTICE WAY, FlexVoice (24 Call Paths) - Flat
POST FALLS, ID 83854
Order
Type
Term
(Months)
Qty
New
60
1
Unit MRC
Unit NRC
Total MRC Total NRC
$332.00
$0.00
$332.00
$0.00
- Includes 6500 LD Minutes FlexCall (total).
- Includes Managed ADTRAN IAD.
- Service Level = 24x7x4
- Number of Simultaneous Calls =
21-25
- Voice Type (1) = 24 PRI
Channel(s)
- Includes Standard Voice Options.
Domestic LD
- Interstate 8xx
$0.0200
- Interstate 1+
$0.0200
- Intrastate 8xx
$0.0400
- Intrastate 1+
$0.0300
FlexVoice Transport
1
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Site Readiness
1
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$332.00
$0.00
- Transport = Ethernet 100Mbps
- Standard Delivery - To the MPoE
(Customer Provided)
Subtotal
408 N SPOKANE ST,
Converged Services - Voice +
POST FALLS, ID 83854 Internet - 100 Mbps
New
60
1
$1,761.80
$0.00
$1,761.80
$0.00
1
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
- Includes Standard Voice Options
- Includes Deluxe feature package
on business lines
- Includes 6500 LD Minutes Flexcall. (total)
- Includes Managed Adtran IAD.
- Service Level = 24x7x4
- Includes Standard Shared Web
Hosting
- Call Path Range = 22-30
Converged Transport (Ethernet
100Mbps)
Domestic LD
Service Order
- Interstate 8xx
$0.0200
- Interstate 1+
$0.0200
- Intrastate 8xx
$0.0400
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- Intrastate 1+
$0.0300
Site Readiness
1
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
N/A
N/A
$0.00
$0.00
$75.00
$0.00
$75.00
$0.00
Subtotal
$1,836.80
$0.00
Totals
$2,168.80
$0.00
- Transport = Ethernet 100Mbps
- Standard Delivery - To the MPoE
(Customer Provided)
Individual Telephone Numbers
100
- First 100 ITNs: Priced as 100 @
$0.00 mrc / $0.00 nrc
Managed Router
1
- Model = ADTRAN
- Service Level = 24x7x4
Additional charges may be assessed and billing may otherwise commence if Customer causes a delay in installation or if
wiring is required between the service address and the network demarcation point.
Terms and Conditions Governing This Order
1. This confidential Customer Order may not be disclosed to third parties and is non-binding until accepted by Level 3 as
set forth in section 4.
2. Pricing is generally valid for 90 calendar days from the date indicated unless a different time period is otherwise
specified herein. Prior to installation Level 3 may give written notice to Customer (which may be via e-mail) of price
increases due to price changes by off-net suppliers. Customer has 2 business days following such notice to terminate this
Customer Order (without liability) otherwise Customer is deemed to accept the increase. Services may be provided by
Level 3 or its affiliates. If any aspect of the Services set forth herein is to be provided internationally, a Local Country
Agreement may be required.
3. If a generic demarcation point (such as a street address) is provided, the demarcation point for on net services shall be
Level 3's Minimum Point of Entry (MPOE) at such location (as determined by Level 3) and off-net demarcation points shall
be the off-net vendor's MPOE. If this Customer Order identifies aspects of services which are procured by Customer
directly from third parties, Level 3 is not liable for such services.
4. Customer places this Customer Order by signing (including electronic or digital signature) or otherwise acknowledging
(in a manner acceptable to Level 3) this document and returning it to Level 3. The Service identified in this Customer
Order shall be governed by and subject to the Master Service Agreement(s) and Service Schedule(s) (if any) between
Level 3 and Customer (or its affiliate if expressly provided for under such affiliate Master Service Agreement) applicable to
such Service. If Customer has not executed a Master Services Agreement with Level 3 but has executed a services
agreement with an affiliate of Level 3 ("Affiliate Agreement"), then the terms of the most recent such Affiliate Agreement
shall apply to the Service herein (to the extent not inconsistent with this Customer Order) provided that in such cases, the
current standard Level 3 Service Schedule applicable to the Services shall apply. In the event that Level 3 and Customer
have not executed a Master Service Agreement and/or applicable Service Schedule(s) with respect to such Service and
have not executed an Affiliate Agreement, then Level 3's standard Master Service Agreement/Service Schedule(s) (as of
the date of this Customer Order) shall govern, a copy of which are available upon request. Notwithstanding anything in
any Affiliate Agreement to the contrary, Level 3's acceptance of this Order will be evidenced by (and this Order will be
binding on both parties upon) the earlier of Level 3's written delivery of a Customer Commit Date (“CCD”) (i.e. the
projected installation date) or Level 3's delivery of the requested Service. If the Order is to renew or modify the Services,
Level 3’s acceptance will be evidenced by its implementation of the renewal or modify rates or other changes set forth
herein.
5. Neither party shall be liable for any damages for lost profits, lost revenues, loss of goodwill, loss of anticipated savings,
loss of data or cost of purchasing replacement service, or any indirect, incidental, special, consequential, exemplary or
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punitive damages arising out of the performance or failure to perform under this Customer Order. Customer's sole
remedies for any outages, failures to deliver or defects in Service are contained in the service levels applicable to the
affected Service.
6. All transport services ordered from Level 3 will be treated as interstate for regulatory purposes. Customer may certify
transport service as being intrastate (for regulatory purposes only) in a format as required by Level 3, but only where the
transport services are sold on a stand-alone basis, the end points for the service are located in the same state and neither
end point is a Level 3 provided IP port ("Intrastate Services"). Where Customer requests that services be designated as
Intrastate Services, Customer certifies to Level 3 that not more than 10% of Customer's traffic utilizing the Intrastate
Services will be originated or terminated outside of the state in which the Intrastate Services are provided. Such election
will apply prospectively only, and will apply to all Intrastate Services stated in this Customer Order.
7. Charges for certain Services are subject to (a) a property tax surcharge of 4.25% and (b) a cost recovery fee of 3% per
month to reimburse Level 3 for various governmental taxes and surcharges. Such charges are subject to change by Level
3 and shall be applied regardless of whether Customer has delivered a valid tax exemption certificate. For additional
details on taxes and surcharges that are assessed, visit www.level3.com/taxes.
8. Customer will pay Level 3's standard: (i) expedite charges (added to the NRC) if Customer requests a delivery date
inside Level 3's standard interval duration (which will be provided by Level 3 upon request and is currently available at
https://MyLevel3.net ) and (ii) ancillary charges for additional activities, features or options as set forth in Level 3's
ancillary charge summary, a copy of which is available upon request. If Level 3 cannot complete installation due to
Customer delay or inaction, Level 3 may begin charging Customer for the Service and Customer shall pay such charges
which will appear on Customer’s first invoice following the Service Commencement Date.
9. For colocation, data center and/or hosting services, pre-arranged escorted access may be required at certain locations,
and cross connect services are subject to whether facilities are available at the particular location to complete the
connection.
Additional Order Terms
As used herein, “Level 3” includes Level 3’s affiliates, including but not limited to tw telecom holdings, llc (“TWTC”), where
such affiliates are providing the Services identified in the Order.
Managed Services
Managed Services ordered herein may also be governed by the Managed Services Addendum executed by the Parties
(and if none, Level 3’s standard terms). Managed Services means Managed Security Services, SIP Trunking, Enterprise
SIP Trunking (SIP Trunking and Enterprise SIP Trunking are collectively referred to as “Managed SIP Service”), Managed
Router and Managed Integrated Access Device.
Voice E911
Voice Services ordered herein are also governed by the Important E911 Disclosure and Acknowledgement that
accompanies this Service Order Form or, if previously executed, Customer agrees the updated copy of E911 Disclosure
and Acknowledgement located at:http://www.twtelecom.com/e911-disclosure-and-acknowledgement/, applies to the
Services above.
Invoices
Single prices shown above for bundled Services, or for Services provided at multiple locations, will be allocated among
the individual services for the purpose of applying Taxes and regulatory fees and also may be divided on the Customer’s
invoice by location served.
Activation Support
If requested by Customer, and for an additional charge (see the then prevailing Time and Materials rates posted at
www.twtelecom.com), assistance with activating and/or configuring equipment on Customer’s side of the Demarcation
Point may be provided (“Activation Support”).
Voice Services
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Federal Subscriber Line Charges (“FSLC”) will be assessed for VersiPak voice when not part of a VersiPak Bundle (ISDN
PRIs, Digital and Analog Trunks, and Business Line) as well as for Complete Lines and Business Line/Analog Trunk
Services. FSLC rates are posted at www.twtelecom.com which may be modified from time to time.
Customer may not use the Services to provide voice content related services including, without limitation, chat lines.
Voice services that may be provided hereunder are designed for end users and are not to be used to aggregate traffic, or
as a substitute for carrier interconnection or switched access traffic carried in any protocol, including without limitation
TDM, VOIP or any subsequently developed protocol. Additionally, resale of switched services to end users is not
supported, including, but not limited to, support for E911 addressing, local number portability, calling name delivery, end
user billing, and directory listings unless special arrangements are agreed to in writing by Level 3.
Regardless of whether a caller requests privacy, Customer may not alter, change, disguise, remove or fail to pass to Level
3 in the call path signaling information which identifies the actual telephone number of the original calling party and, if
different, the billing number received from, assigned to or otherwise associated with the original calling party.
If Customer uses the voice Services to support prepaid calling card calls, such use is subject to the requirements outlined
in FCC Order 06-79 (June 30, 2006). Customer shall remit all intrastate or interstate access charges directly to the
appropriate carrier.
Voice Services provided herein are not designed for but may be compatible with remote metering, supervisory control and
alarm signaling. To the extent Customer uses the voice Services to facilitate remote metering, supervisory control and
alarm signaling purposes, Customer is solely responsible for ensuring compatibility.
If Customer violates any of the restrictions or prohibitions in this section: (a) Customer must immediately notify Level 3;
(b) Level 3 may suspend or terminate Customer’s voice Service immediately upon notice and, in addition to any other
remedies provided in the Agreement or under law, Customer must pay all fees, charges and penalties that Level 3 incurs
arising from such prohibited uses, and (c) Customer shall indemnify, defend and hold Level 3 harmless from all claims,
demands, costs, damages, losses, liabilities and expenses of any nature arising from Customer’s violation, including any
costs and attorneys’ fees incurred by Level 3.
In addition to other remedies provided elsewhere in the agreement between the parties or available under applicable law,
Level 3 may refuse to provide, cancel orders for, or terminate or suspend Services immediately without notice if: (a) Level
3 has reasonable evidence of, or determines in its reasonable discretion that such action is necessary to prevent or
protect against Customer’s illegal, improper or unauthorized use of Services including, without limitation, deception, fraud,
tampering, schemes (such as revenue sharing, traffic pumping, access charge avoidance, or similar arrangements), or
creation of actual or potential adverse financial effects; or (b) the Customer fails or refuses to furnish, or provides false,
misleading, or unverifiable information regarding the Customer’s identity, address, creditworthiness, business operations,
its use or planned use of Services, or the jurisdictional nature or characteristics pertaining to its use or planned use of
Service.
Supplemental Voice Services
Each Telephone Number (including Toll Free Numbers, provided they are associated to existing Toll Free Service),
Directory Listing, Blocking service, and other supplemental voice services (“Supplemental Voice Services”) requested by
Customer after execution of this Service Order will be charged at the applicable rate in TWTC’s current tariff or posted
price list. Reductions in the quantity of Telephone Numbers requested prior to the beginning of installation of voice
Service will not be subject to termination liability charges.
Domestic and International Long Distance Services
When selecting TWTC as Customer’s Long Distance Provider for IntraLATA and InterLATA toll usage, Customers will be
permitted to make toll calls to other TWTC local voice customers without incurring any usage charges. Customer’s LD
selection is made on the Long Distance Letter of Authorization form.
If 40% or more of Customer's daily long distance traffic results in TWTC incurring inter-carrier compensation costs that are
at least 20% higher than Customer's contracted long distance rate, subject to TWTC’S exercise of remedies described
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above in the Voice Services section, TWTC may immediately upon notice terminate Customer’s long distance/toll Service,
change Customer’s long distance rate to the exchange tariffed rate effective with the first calls contributing to TWTC
incurring inter-carrier costs at least 20% higher than Customer’s contracted long distance rate, and recover from
Customer all amounts due as a result of applying the exchange tariff rate to past long distance traffic.
Three types of domestic package minutes are available: Flexcall minutes, LD BOBs and Prepaid LD BOBs. One type of
International package minutes are available: LD iBoBs. LD international minutes are not included in any package except
LD iBoBs. Flexcall minutes may be included each month as part of select voice services. LD BoBs and LD iBoBs are
available on a monthly basis with a separate monthly recurring charge during the Service Term of the underlying voice
service. Prepaid LD BoBs are available on an annual basis with a separate one-time, annual non-recurring charge and
expire after one year, regardless of whether the underlying voice service is subject to auto renewal.
The long distance minutes for Flexcall, and LD BoB’s, and LD iBoBs are available until fully used or until the expiration of
the applicable month, whichever comes first. The long distance minutes for Prepaid LD BoB’s are available until fully
used, until the expiration of the applicable year, or until the expiration of the Service Term of the underlying voice service,
whichever comes first. Unused domestic and international package minutes do not carry forward to subsequent months
or years.
Domestic package minutes are applicable to both 1+ and 8xx toll free long distance calls. iBOBs only include outbound
1+ calls that terminate to landlines.
International calling card usage, 1-800 calls, international calls that terminate to mobile phones, and/or domestic and
international usage outside, or in excess, of package minutes will be charged at the rates specified in this Service Order
or, if such rates are not specified in this Service Order, will be charged at the applicable TWTC current tariff rate or posted
price lists, with a minimum initial per call charge of $.01 (one cent).
Information regarding international toll blocking and international/offshore pricing for TWTC’s international long distance
Services is also available at this website: www.twtelecom.com/tariffed-international-rates.
Internet
Usage: Customer shall not transmit or store material in violation of any Federal or state laws or regulations, including, but
not limited to, obscenity, indecency, defamation or infringement of trademark or copyright. Customer agrees to adhere to
Level 3’s IP policies at http://www.twtelecom.com/support-information/customer-resources/product-resources/ipaddressing-policy/ and
http://www.twtelecom.com/support-information/customer-resources/product-resources/peering-policy/
and Level 3’s Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) at http://www.twtelecom.com/support-information/legalinformation/acceptable-use-policy/, which may be modified from time to time.
Integrated Services (VersiPak Classic, VersiPak Bundles, Complete Dynamic, Converged Services, Integrated LAN and
Channel 12)
Special Provisions for Integrated Services: If Customer or its authorized agent disconnects a service/element required
by tariff or requests to reconfigure its integrated Service below a tariff required minimum, including if such circumstances
result from Customer having a carrier port associated telephone numbers away from Level 3, Level 3 may terminate the
integrated Service in its entirety upon ten days written notice and assess early termination charges resulting from such
termination. If Customer wishes to retain any portion of the Services, Customer is responsible for contacting Level 3 and
entering into a new agreement for such Services prior to the termination.
Managed SIP, Converged Services, and FlexVoicesm Services Battery Back-Up
Customer is solely responsible for the acquisition, repair and maintenance of any back-up power system that the
Customer deems necessary to support its telecommunications systems. In the event of a power failure, the absence or
failure of a battery back-up system will result in loss of use of Level 3’s Services, including 911 service, and Level 3 has
no liability or responsibility for such loss of service.
Managed SIP and Converged Voice Services - Customer Voice Equipment Updates
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Customer understands that any changes to the make, model, and/or software release of Customer’s Voice Equipment
may adversely impact Customer’s ability to use Managed SIP or Converged Voice Services, including the inability to
make or receive calls to/from the PSTN or Emergency Services (911). Prior to implementing a change to the make,
model and/or software release of Customer’s Voice Equipment, Customer agrees to contact the Level 3 National
Operations Center (“NOC”) to approve and coordinate the change with Customer to minimize any disruptions or loss of
service. Level 3 has no liability or responsibility for any disruptions or loss of service or functionality resulting from a
change in make, model or software release of Customer’s Voice Equipment.
Multiple Site Services (IP VPN, ILAN, NLAN, ENLAN, Converged, Multi-VPN/VPN Connector, UNI, E-Line, E-Access, and
E-NNI)
Billing for multiple site Services will commence on the Service Date for each individual node or site. Customer networks
should be engineered so that a hub-site and at least one other site are brought online first and on the same date.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, billing for E-NNI Service locations will commence when the E-NNI Service has been
successfully installed and is available for Customer’s use regardless of the status of other sites or configurations.
Signature Block
Customer:
City of Post Falls
Signature:
Name:
Title:
Date:
Customer and the individual signing above represent that such individual has the authority to bind Customer to this
Agreement.
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Customer Service Record – Letter of Authorization
TO: Time Warner Cable
The undersigned hereby authorizes Level 3 Communications, LLC and its affiliates (including tw telecom) (“Level
3”) to request and receive the undersigned's Customer Service Record in anticipation of the parties coming to
agreement for the provisioning of local service. I understand that my Customer Service Record may contain Customer
Proprietary Network Information and I consent to the disclosure of such information to Level 3.
I understand that this letter is not an order for service and does not bind or commit me to any agreement for services.
Time Warner Cable may deal directly with Level 3 as my agent and provide the requested records.
The undersigned releases Time Warner Cable from any liability for providing this information
Customer Name:
City of Post Falls
Account Number(s):
(Must precisely match the name on your local telephone bill)
208-773-3511
Service Address
Billing Telephone Number(s) (“BTNs”)
2002 W SELTICE WAY, POST FALLS, ID 83854
(208) 777-9857
408 N SPOKANE ST, POST FALLS, ID 83854
(208) 773-3511
Associated Telephone Number(s)
*** Indicates Partial Port Location
This Letter of Authorization shall become effective from the date signed below and shall remain in full force and effect for
sixty (60) days thereafter.
Signature Block
Signature:
Name:
Title:
Phone Number:
(208) 292-2312
Date:
Customer and the individual signing above represent that such individual has the authority to enter into this Letter of
Authorization on behalf of Customer.
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Local Number Portability – Letter of Authorization
Thank you for choosing Level 3 Communications or its affiliate tw telecom holdings, llc (“Level 3”) as your service
provider. Local Number Portability allows you to keep your current telephone numbers while changing service providers.
Upon receipt of this Letter of Authorization, Level 3 can commence the transfer process with your existing carrier.
Customer Name:
City of Post Falls
(Must precisely match the name on your local telephone bill)
Service Address
Billing Telephone Number(s) (“BTNs”)
2002 W SELTICE WAY, POST FALLS, ID 83854
(208) 777-9857
408 N SPOKANE ST, POST FALLS, ID 83854
(208) 773-3511
Associated Telephone Number(s)
*** Indicates Partial Port Location
I understand that only one service provider may be designated as Customer’s interstate or interLATA preferred
interexchange carrier for any one telephone number. I understand that I may consult with Level 3 as to any fees that
apply to this transfer. This Letter of Authorization shall become effective from the date signed below and shall remain in
full force and effect for sixty (60) days thereafter.
By signing below, I authorize Level 3’s authorized subsidiary to act on Customer’s behalf to port to Level 3 the telephone
numbers associated with the TNs listed above or the TNs identified in the attached spreadsheet, if applicable, as well as
any associated telephone numbers specified in the Porting Worksheet prepared by Level 3 and verified by Customer.
Signature Block
Customer:
City of Post Falls
Signature:
Name:
Title:
Date:
Customer and the individual signing above represent that such individual has the authority to enter into this Letter of
Authorization on behalf of Customer.
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Long Distance Letter of Authorization
Customer Name:
City of Post Falls
I hereby authorize Level 3 Communications, LLC or its affiliates including tw telecom holdings, llc (“Level 3”) to
change my InterLATA and IntraLata Primary Exchange Carrier (PIC) for all of the services on the service order form
Document No. 669681 to Level 3.
Signature Block
Signature:
Name:
Title:
Date:
Customer and the individual signing above represent that such individual has the authority to sign this authorization on
behalf of Customer.
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Toll Free Resporg Letter of Authorization Change Form
*Customer Name: City of Post Falls
Billing Address:
408 N Spokane Street; Post Falls, ID 83854-7538
8XX Numbers
Ring to Number
Current Carrier
(888) 925-9961
(208) 773-3511
Time Warner Cable
I attest under penalty of law, as an authorized agent of the company named below to designate tw telecom - INF01 as
the RespOrg (Responsible Organization) for each of the toll free numbers specified on this form. I have authority and
hereby authorize tw telecom RespOrg - ID# INF01 to arrange with my existing carrier or RespOrg for transfer of each
specified toll free number or to provide service on any new toll free numbers requested above. I release any third party
from liability for acting in accordance with these instructions.
*The name that appears on the customer’s current long distance invoice must match exactly with the customer name
entered here. To avoid delays, please have our customer verify this information with their current long distance carrier or
request a copy of their invoice to verify the name. The individual representing the company by signing this LOA must be
an authorized representative with their current carrier.
Signature Block
Signature:
Name:
Title:
Date:
New 8xx reservations are only guaranteed for 30 days. Failure to turn-up order within the 30 day period may result in loss
of the reservation. Customer agrees to pay all contractually applicable charges for this reservation, including charges for
vanity numbers reserved and accepted by the customer.
SOC Order Number______________________
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Important E911 Disclosure and Acknowledgement
TWTC (an affiliate of Level 3 Communications, LLC) provides access to the Enhanced 911 (“E911”) system that sends a
caller’s telephone number and location to an emergency dispatcher (called a Public Safety Answering Point "PSAP"). In
order to work successfully, the system relies on the correct input of numbers and addresses into centralized databases.
With the introduction of Internet Protocol or “IP” based voice services, including the use of virtual telephone numbers, it is
critical that TWTC’s customers (“Customer”) understand and acknowledge the items below.
Take note that E911 access may not be available, or may be limited, as follows:
1. Emergency Responders Will Not Be Able to Locate Individual End User Stations Unless Customer Takes
Additional Steps. Except for calls that originate from Remote Telephone Numbers (RTNs), or as explained
below if a Customer re-routes calls, TWTC will advise emergency responders only of the main street address
where TWTC has actually installed the voice service. For all calls that originate from RTNs, TWTC will advise
emergency responders only of the street address shown on the applicable Service Order, at which the Customer
has indicated to TWTC in writing that Customer will physically use the telephone number. RTNs are telephone
numbers that a customer uses at a location which is physically different from the street address where the trunk
service to which the numbers terminate has been installed.
The proper functioning of E911 services depends on correct identification of the service location from which calls
are originated, which is programmed into equipment at the site through which calls are routed. During the
provisioning process Customer and TWTC jointly will assign and program locations and routes for 911 calling.
After installation, if Customer wishes to reroute outbound calls through equipment at a site different from the
original programming, or originates calls from a location not disclosed to TWTC, in order for E911 Services to
correctly work, Customer must first make arrangements with TWTC to re-program the equipment at the new site
to correctly identify the location associated with the affected telephone numbers.
TWTC cannot identify, control or track the location of individual end-user stations beyond the demarcation point
between TWTC’s Network and the Customer’s equipment. TWTC also cannot see the Customer’s method of
connecting end-user stations beyond the demarcation point. As a result, emergency authorities will be unable to
identify or locate individual end-user stations unless the Customer takes the following steps. If the Customer
wants emergency responders to know the location of individual end users, then: (a) for traditional voice services
and Direct SIP, the Customer must purchase commercially available Private Switch/Automatic Location
Identification ("PS/ALI") software and Customer must also arrange in writing with TWTC to obtain a special E911
feature; and (b).for Converged Voice, SIP Trunking, or Enterprise SIP Trunking (but not Direct SIP) services, the
Customer must first arrange in writing with TWTC to obtain a special E911 feature and for TWTC to update the
911 database .
2. Emergency Responders Will Only Be Able to Locate Calls From Telephone Numbers Assigned by TWTC.
TWTC’s Services are configured to transmit to PSAPs the main physical address only for telephone numbers that
TWTC has assigned to the Service. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, the physical location of callers from other
telephone numbers will not be sent to emergency responders.
3. Do not call 911 from Foreign Exchange Services. TWTC’s Network does not support dialing 911 from foreign
exchange services (including BES, EES, ISS, Virtual Reach, Local Reach or VTN) and E911 will not properly
operate from these services. Should the customer attempt to use these services to reach 911, even calls that
may complete will not be directed to a PSAP in a location capable of responding to the emergency.
4. Moving or Disabling Equipment May Block E911 Calls. If you move the equipment used to provide service
(IAD or other device) to a location other than the service address you identified when service was first installed
without telling us, or if you disable or damage the equipment, E911 calls may not be directed to a PSAP capable
of responding to the emergency condition.
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5. Power Outage May Prevent E911 Calls. If a power failure occurs that lasts longer than the life of the backup
battery in or attached to the equipment on your premises used to provide service, E911 access will not work and
you will not be able to reach emergency responders.
YOU SHOULD OBTAIN A BACKUP MEANS OF CONTACTING E911 SERVICES AND INFORM YOUR USERS
HOW TO DO SO.
TWTC has no liability or responsibility whatsoever for inaccuracies in the E911 database associated with Customer
provided information, and TWTC is not responsible for Customer’s inability to access emergency services, except to the
extent caused by TWTC’s gross negligence or willful misconduct. Customer hereby waives and releases TWTC for any
and all claims that it has or may have against TWTC now or at any time in the future for damages or compensation of any
kind that arise from, or in any manner relate to, voice services not having the functionality to provide access to E911
services. Customer further agrees to indemnify and hold TWTC harmless for any claims that are asserted against TWTC
that arise from or in any manner relate to voice services not having functionality to provide access to E911 services.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
By signing this Disclosure and Acknowledgement, Customer affirmatively acknowledges that it understands and will
inform users that they may not be able to contact emergency services by dialing 911 in the circumstances described
above.
Signature Block
Customer:
City of Post Falls
Signature:
Name:
Title:
Date:
Customer and the individual signing above represent that such individual has the authority to sign this acknowledgement
on behalf of Customer.
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Managed Services Addendum
This Managed Services Addendum is entered into by Level 3 Communications, LLC on behalf of itself and its affiliates
(including tw telecom) (collectively "Level 3") and City of Post Falls (“Customer”) and it is effective upon execution by
Customer.
1. Service Description of Level 3’s Managed Internet Services, Managed IP VPN Services, SIP Trunking and
Enterprise SIP Trunking, Converged Services and Managed Security Services (“Managed Services”):
Level 3 offers Managed Services in conjunction with its Internet Access Services, IP VPN Services, SIP Trunking and
Enterprise SIP Trunking, and Converged Services which provide Customer with the underlying connectivity. All Managed
Services are customer premises equipment (“CPE”) based, meaning they are provided via installation of a CPE device
that is located within Customer’s LAN environment.
Customer is responsible for providing and maintaining the physical connection between Level 3’s managed CPE and
Customer’s LAN environment. Level 3 retains sole ownership of the CPE and to any other equipment that it installs with
respect to the Managed Services (collectively “Level 3 Equipment”), and is part of the Level 3’s network. The Managed
Service is fully managed, monitored and provisioned by Level 3, and includes the following:
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
Service installation and initial configuration consultation;
Remote monitoring;
On-going maintenance and management of Level 3 Equipment; and
24x7 access to network professionals via Level 3’s Network Operations Center (“NOC”).
The Managed Security Services include the following additional features:
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Monthly Firewall/IP Encrypted VPN Service associated with Customer’s Internet Access Services;
Security requirement changes (by instance) as determined by the Service Level ordered by Customer
8 free instances per calendar month; Premium Level Service
2 free instances per calendar month; Business Level Service
2. Installation of Managed Services:
Level 3 shall install the Managed Services during a mutually agreeable time between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
local time Monday through Friday, excluding holidays (“Standard Days and Hours”). Customer agrees to provide Level 3
with access to its premises and to provide its reasonable cooperation so that Level 3 can perform the installation. Level 3
will work with Customer to identify changes that are required in Customer’s internal environment for installation of the
Managed Services, but Level 3 is not responsible for modifying Customer’s equipment or internal environment.
Installation charges are specified in the applicable Service Order.
The installation may cause interruptions to Customer’s network when Level 3 provisions the physical link from the external
network to the internal network and during the time that Customer’s initial service requirements are configured into the
Level 3 Equipment (“Initial Configuration”). Service Outages do not include outages and failures arising from or related to
such interruptions.
In addition to the applicable installation charges, Level 3 may charge an additional time and materials fee if: (i) Level 3 is
denied access to Customer’s premises; (ii) Customer’s designated contact is not available to execute Level 3’s CPE
Equipment Checklist; and/or (iii) Customer’s equipment is not prepared and available to connect to the Level 3 Equipment
at the mutually agreed upon installation time and date. Level 3 has no obligation to install, maintain or repair any
equipment owned or provided by Customer. If Customer’s equipment (or that of its customers or end users) is not
compatible with the Managed Services, Customer is responsible for any special equipment or facilities necessary to
achieve compatibility.
Customer is responsible for providing and maintaining the necessary facilities from the Demarcation Point to the location
where the Managed CPE is to be physically installed. This includes any inside wiring, conduit, repeaters, equipment, and
core drilling between floors, or other facilities or authorizations necessary to complete the installation. Customer may
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incur additional charges if it reschedules installation dates or it requests Level 3 to perform work outside of the Standard
Days and Hours. These charges include:


Customer’s rescheduling of an installation on notice provided less than seven (7) business days prior to the
scheduled installation date: $250. Under no circumstances may Customer delay the installation more than 30
days past the originally scheduled installation date.
Installation services provided to Customer outside of Standard Days and Hours: $350 flat fee.
3. Maintenance and Technical Support of Managed Services:
a) Maintenance:
Level 3 will perform all necessary maintenance and repairs of the Level 3 Equipment. Such maintenance and
repairs shall be conducted at Level 3’s expense to the extent necessary due to: (1) Level 3’s failure to properly install the
Level 3 Equipment; (2) a malfunction of, or defect in, the Level 3 Equipment; and/or (3) a software or equipment
configuration caused by Level 3 with respect to the Level 3 Equipment. Level 3 shall use commercially reasonable efforts
to meet the response times set forth below for repairs of Level 3 Equipment based on the maintenance option ordered by
Customer.
CPE
Maintenance
Options
Availability
Description
9x5xNBD
(ON SITE)
Coverage for
locations where
24x7x4 is not
available
When Level 3’s NOC determines that a trouble issue is the result of Level 3’s
Equipment, it will dispatch a field technician scheduled to arrive at the service
location the next business day, between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm (local time).
24x7x4
(ON SITE)
Standard
Maintenance
Offer
When Level 3’s NOC determines that a trouble issue is the result of a hardware
failure of Level 3’s Equipment, it will dispatch a field technician scheduled to arrive
at the service location with a replacement within four (4) hours.
Customer agrees to pay the rates described below for all necessary maintenance and repairs of the Level 3
Equipment or the Managed Services caused by:






Failure, inadequacy or incompatibility of equipment provided by Customer (hardware and/or software)
Loose or disconnected wires in any non-Level 3 Equipment in Customer’s premises
Power outages and/or power back-up failures at Customer’s premises
Damage to the Level 3 Equipment residing in Customer’s premises (unless caused by Level 3)
Level 3 Equipment that is stolen from Customer’s premises
Failure of Customer’s internal environmentals (i.e. HVAC, etc.)
Customer shall pay Level 3 for its time at a rate of $250 per hour, and shall reimburse Level 3 for its materials
costs. These charges begin when Level 3’s field technician arrives at the Customer’s premises. Level 3’s labor charges
will be billed for a minimum of one hour, and in 30-minute increments thereafter.
b) Technical Support:


Customer shall report problems with a Managed Service by contacting Level 3’s NOC and reasonably describe
the issue.
Level 3 shall provide technical support for the Managed Service to Customer 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Technical support includes only Customer’s maintenance and service issues, and Level 3 shall not be responsible
for providing technical support to third parties, such as Customer’s customers or end users.
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
Any consultation services provided by Level 3 after the Managed Services have been installed are subject to a
time charge of $250 per hour. Level 3’s NOC will notify Customer of any applicable time and materials charges
prior to the consultation.
4. Level 3 Equipment:
a) Customer may not move, alter or disconnect the Level 3 Equipment without Level 3’s prior authorization.
b)
The Level 3 Equipment and associated software installed by Level 3 on Customer’s premises is provided “AS
IS” and “WHERE IS”. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY STATED HEREIN, LEVEL 3 MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
REPRESENTATIONS OR AGREEMENTS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EITHER IN FACT OR BY OPERATION
OF LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE WITH RESPECT TO THE LEVEL 3 EQUIPMENT AND
ASSOCIATED SOFTWARE, AND DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR OR ORDINARY PURPOSE.
5. Customer Responsibilities:
a) Customer shall undertake reasonable security measures designed to protect Level 3 Equipment that is located
on Customer’s premises or is under Customer’s custody, care or control against theft, damage or other
unauthorized access.
b) Customer may not resell the Managed Service.
c) Customer will provide Level 3 with its initial configuration requirements prior to the scheduling of the installation.
If Customer desires to change its initial configuration after installation in a manner that does not impact the
MRC for the Managed Services, it may contact Level 3’s NOC to order such changes. If the requested
configuration will impact the MRC, then Customer must contact its local Level 3 account representative to order
such changes.
d) Customer is solely responsible for providing the primary power and secondary (back-up) power for the Level 3
Equipment placed on the Customer premises.
e) Customer is responsible for all content transmitted or stored by it in connection with the Managed Services, and
shall comply with all applicable federal, state, local laws, rules and regulations.
f)
Upon termination of the Managed Service for any reason, Level 3 and/or its designated vendor shall contact
Customer to schedule a mutually acceptable time for retrieval of the Level 3 Equipment from the Customer’s
premises, which Level 3 Equipment shall be in good condition and packaged by Customer. If, due to
Customer’s acts or failure to act, Level 3 is unable to retrieve the Level 3 Equipment within 30 days following
the termination of Managed Service, Level 3 may charge Customer an amount equal to the replacement cost of
Level 3’s Equipment.
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Document No. 717843
Customer:
City of Post Falls
Signature:
Name:
Title:
Date:
Managed Services Addendum
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Converged Services Voice & Internet Technical Requirements
Welcome to tw telecom, now a part of Level 3 Communications. Thank you for selecting tw telecom as your Converged
Services provider.
Our goal is to provide a seamless installation of your new Converged Services product. To ensure your installation goes
smoothly, one of our Order Engineering Center (OEC) engineers will contact you to schedule a technical interview to
confirm your new voice and data requirements.
To simplify the assessment of requirements, we have provided a checklist for you to complete for each service location.
If you believe you might require assistance answering these questions, please invite your Network Administrator or IT
Consultant for the data component and your Phone System vendor for the voice component of your service to attend
this call.
Please have the below information ready for the interview:
Contacts:
Please provide the name, telephone number, cell phone number and e-mail for each of the following categories
(include any special instructions for contacting those listed):
1.
2.
3.
4.
Point of contact at your company.
Point of contact for each location – this may be a non-technical contact such as an office manager or receptionist.
Point of contact for your data services.
Point of contact for your voice or phone system vendor.
For Internet and IP Addresses:
1. LAN Connectivity:
a. If your LAN is directly connected to a tw telecom managed router/IAD with a switch (e.g. not a Layer 2
device), then please provide the following:
i. LAN subnet
ii. IP address you want assigned to the tw telecom managed router Ethernet port.
iii. Do you need the Level 3/tw telecom managed router to perform NAT?
iv. Do you need the Level 3/tw telecom managed router to act as your DHCP server?
1. For DHCP Server functionality: Please provide your customer DHCP pool, primary and
secondary DNS and customer domain name.
2. Public IP Addresses:
a. If you need more than one (1) useable IP address, you will need to complete an IP Justification Request via
the following link: https://customerportal.twtelecom.com/
NOTE: The IP justification Request form requires information on how your IP addresses will be used in your network.
3. LAN Port Configuration:
a. By default, the LAN port is hard coded 100M full duplex for Bandwidths <100M. If Auto-Negotiate/Full Duplex
is required it may be supported by special request.
4. Shared Web Hosting: Do you want to enable this service?
For Voice Services please provide:
1. Simultaneous Calls:
a. What is the total number of Trunk Group Channels and/or Business Lines for each location?
NOTE: Your PBX/IP-PBX administrator may need to provide you with this information.
2. Telephone numbers:
a. What is the total number of telephone numbers (TNs) that you are Porting/Moving?
b. What is the total number of TNs needed for service at each location?
NOTE: your PBX/IP-PBX administrator may need to provide you with this information.
3. Trunk Groups:
a. Please provide the trunk type that you are configuring (if any)
i. Digital or PRI/ISDN?
ii. The number of digits you require be sent to your phone system.
iii. If porting telephone numbers please identify which number to use as your Billing Telephone Number.
4. Business Lines:
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Converged Services Voice & Internet Technical Requirements
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
a. Please provide your Hunt Group arrangements, voice features and voice mailbox requirements (if lines are
required)
i. Provide the Hunt Group telephone numbers as well as the order you want them.
NOTES: Fax/modem/credit card lines should, in most cases, remain separate from the Hunt Group.
It is strongly recommended any Fire Alarm or Security Alarm lines utilize a locally provided POTS line.
Billing Restrictions
a. Do you want to permit or deny third party billing and/or collect calls?
Toll Restrictions
a. Indicate if you want to deny any of the following
i. International calls.
ii. 01 or 011.
iii. 411 or Long Distance Directory Assistance (555).
Call Blocking
a. Indicate if you want to block outbound calls to
i. 8xx
ii. Directory Assistance
iii. 9xx
iv. 7xx
v. Casual Dial
Outbound Caller ID
a. Individual telephone numbers for each line will be displayed.
b. Please provide the calling name you want displayed.
c. You may elect to have a single number displayed from your Hunt Group.
Account Codes:
a. If you use Account Codes for Outbound Calling, please provide a list of those account codes and their
associated names.
Cabling
tw telecom/Level 3 does not supply cabling between the managed CPE and the customer network. Customers are
responsible for providing the appropriate cable connections (Ethernet, PRI/CAS, etc) and hardware (e.g. rack/shelf space)
for the managed CPE to LAN connectivity.
a. Customers are expected to both provide the actual LAN cable(s) and perform the physical connection from
the tw telecom managed CPE to the LAN equipment.
b. PRI/CAS connections require a T1 cross-over cable (see diagram below) for connectivity between the Level
3/tw telecom managed IAD and the customer PBX.
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Inside Wiring
Our customers are responsible for providing and maintaining the inside wiring facilities from Level 3/tw telecom’s point of
entry in the building to the location in customer’s premises where the managed CPE is to be physically installed (within
one meter). This includes any inside wiring, conduit, repeaters, equipment, core drilling between floors, or other facilities
or authorizations necessary to complete the installation. If Customer requests that tw telecom install the inside wiring for
Customer, or requests that Level 3/tw telecom make arrangements with the ILEC to install the inside wiring for Customer,
it shall pay Level 3/tw telecom for such installation. If tw telecom performs repair work to the inside wiring at Customer’s
request, the Customer shall pay tw telecom a reasonable time and materials charge.
Demarc Requirements:
Managed solutions extend the service point of demarcation up to the local LAN side interface(s), i.e. Ethernet, PRI/CAS,
analog line, on the tw telecom owned and managed CPE (router/IAD, firewall). Our customers are responsible for
cabling, installation, IP address scheme, on-going management and maintenance of the customer LAN network
(physically and logically) connecting up to CPE LAN-side interface(s) handoff.
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Date
Page #
CITY OF POST FALLS
AGENDA REPORT
Item #
Reviewed By:
DH
___
ATY
_ _
CA
___
DATE:
MARCH 3, 2015
TO:
HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
FROM:
PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – PLANNING DIVISION
SUBJECT:
CONSENT MEMO FOR THE MARCH 3, 2015 CITY COUNCIL
MEETING TULLAMORE PRELIMINARY PUD AMENDMENTSTREET LIGHTING, FINDINGS OF FACT & CONCLUSIONS (FILE
NO. PA-14-03)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
With approval of the Consent Agenda, City Council authorizes the Mayor to sign the
Findings of Fact and Conclusions for the Tullamore Preliminary PUD Amendment
Street Lighting (PA-14-03).
ISSUE:
The applicant is requesting a PUD Amendment of the Tullamore Preliminary PUD to
modify the original PUD to install all future street lights per the city of Post Falls and
Kootenai Electric Company (KEC) standards and requirements and for these lights
to be owned and maintained by the KEC. Currently, the street lighting on both the
public and private roads are to be owned and maintained by the Tullamore
Homeowner’s Association. Approval of this request does not modify the manner in
which street lights have been installed within prior phases.
DISCUSSION:
A public hearing was held before the Planning and Zoning Commission on January
13, 2015. Public testimony was taken and a recommendation to approve was
forwarded to the City Council. The City Council reviewed the project at their meeting
on February 17, 2015, the Council moved to approve the amendment with conditions
as presented by staff and agreed to by the applicant.
The Findings of Fact and Conclusions is returned to the Council for authorization of
the Mayor’s signature.
FISCAL IMPACT:
None.
PAGE NO.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS:
Copy of the Findings of Facts and Conclusions
FINDINGS OF FACT & CONCLUSIONS
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT
TULLAMORE PRELIMINARY PUD AMENDMENT
Street Lighting
(File No. PA-14-03)
The Tullamore Preliminary PUD and Subdivision Plan was for an approximate 232-acre mixed-use
master-planned community, comprised of 1021 residential units, approximately 500,000 square feet of
commercial/office development and 23+ acres of open space. The breakdown of residential units was
383 single-family units on individual lots, 520 multi-family units, and 118 assisted living units. The
project was initially reviewed and approved by City Council on February 7, 2006 (File Nos. S-05-10 and
P-05-07).
The applicant is requesting a PUD Amendment of the Tullamore Preliminary PUD to modify the
original PUD to install all future street lights per the city of Post Falls and Kootenai Electric Company
(KEC) standards and requirements and for these lights to be owned and maintained by the KEC.
Currently, the street lighting on both the public and private roads are owned and maintained by the
Tullamore Homeowner’s Association.
The application has been reviewed according to Idaho Code 50-13 (Plats & Vacations) and Post Falls
Municipal Code Title 17 (Subdivision) and Title 18 (Zoning). Notice has been published in the Post
Falls Press and mailed to property owners within 300 feet of the proposed project. All jurisdictions
within the City have been properly notified of the subdivision. Additionally, the property was properly
posted prior to the public hearing.
Comments were requested from various agencies, as per Municipal Code and department policy.
Comments received are in the Tullamore files, kept in the records of the Post Falls Community
Development Department.
A public hearing was held before the Planning and Zoning Commission on January 13, 2015. Public
testimony was taken and a recommendation to approve was forwarded to the City Council. The City
Council reviewed the request at their meeting on February 17, 2015, the Council moved to approve the
amendment with conditions as presented by staff and agreed to by the applicant.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE POST FALLS CITY COUNCIL HEREBY MAKES THE
FOLLOWING FINDINGS OF FACT & CONCLUSIONS:
1. The proposed amendment to the Preliminary PUD would retain the benefits of the original
project approval that would not be achievable through compliance with the normally required
zoning standards and regulations.
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2. The proposed amendment does not change the project’s compatibility with surrounding land
uses, both existing and future.
3. The proposed amendment to the Preliminary PUD would continue to provide for the integrated
and harmonious design and arrangement of buildings and uses, including adequate and properly
arranged facilities for internal traffic circulation, landscaping, lighting, and such other features
and facilities that make the project attractive and efficient.
4. The Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law from the original project approval for the
Tullamore Subdivision and Preliminary PUD would not be affected by the proposed amendment.
5. The original conditions from the Tullamore Subdivision and Preliminary PUD approval and
Final PUD approvals for subsequent phases still apply unless otherwise noted.
6. Noticing and hearing procedures have been provided according to the Post Falls Municipal Code.
7. Currently, there are only two (2) varieties of street light that are provided by KEC and they are
the Town and County and Cobra Head style of street light.
8. Future changes in the street light styles available from KEC, which are owned and maintained by
KEC, can be utilized so long as they meet the City’s Roadway Illumination Policy.
CONDITIONS:
1. All street lighting shall conform to the City of Post Falls Roadway Illumination Policy for
spacing and lighting intensity.
DECISION:
In consideration of the foregoing Findings of Fact and Conclusions, the City Council, at their February
17, 2015 meeting, moved to approve the major amendment for Tullamore Preliminary PUD – Street
Lighting.
______________________________
Date
______________________________
Ronald G. Jacobson, Mayor
______________________________
Shannon Howard, City Clerk
2
Finance Department
MEMORANDUM
To:
Mayor and Council Members
From:
Jason Faulkner, Finance Director
Date:
February 23, 2015
Subject:
Confirmation of Inter-Fund Loan
Agenda Item
Consent Calendar
Summary
The Council adopted the Resolution No. 13-01 entitled “A Resolution of the City of Post Falls, Kootenai
County, Authorizing the Water Fund to Lend to the 911 Fund and for such Fund to pay interest to
construct a new communications site on Rathdrum Mountain” on January 13, 2013.
The final amount of the loan is $328,100, which is the maximum authorized in Resolution No. 13-01.
The interest rate paid by the General Fund will be 3.00% per annum for the first three (3) years, with the
interest rate subject to change from time to time at the City Council’s discretion at a rate not to exceed
the rate of return on the state Treasurer’s diversified bond fund.
Recommended Action or Motion
No action needed.
Fiscal Impact
None
Council Notification
January 15, 2013.
408 N. Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854  tel (208)773-3511  fax (208)773-8362  www.postfallsidaho.org
Police Department
To:
Mayor and Council Members
From:
Scot Haug, Police Department
Date:
February 23, 2015
Subject:
Police Department Copy Machine Lease
Memorandum
The purpose of this memorandum is to obtain approval to lease two new copiers for the Police
Department. Attached is the proposed lease from H&H Business Systems for your consideration. The
lease has been reviewed and approved by the City legal staff.
The two copy machines that the Police Department currently uses are on lease from H&H Business
Systems and the lease for these copiers has expired.
The funding for this lease is approved within the Police Department operating budget. If you have any
questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
1717 E. Polston Ave, Post Falls, ID 83854  tel (208)773-3517  fax (208)773-6366  www.postfallspolice.com
STATEWIDE PHOTOCOPIER
DIGITAL COPIER PLACEMENT FORM
PO Date
Agency
Agency PO #
City Of Post Falls
Bill To (Contact Name):
Tammy Holmes
Street/Box
408 Spokane St
City, Zip
Post Falls Idaho 83854
45
Category
A
Area
Contractor Ricoh/H & H Business Systems
Delivery
Ricoh
Brand
Number of Days ARO
MPC 4503
days
Warranty (purchase only)
Model
Rental/Lease
4
Rental/Lease
Purchase
FSM MAINTENANCE
yes
(For Purchased Machines) FSM (Yes) FSM (No)
(Indicate One)
Period
# of Years
(2, 3, 4 or 5 years)
Note:
Note:
Rental/Lease Pricing INCLUDES maintenance - Supplies are included in per impression charge
FSM Monthly Charge for PURCHASED machines w/FSM includes lubrication, cleaning, routine & preventiv
maintenance, travel, labor and materials including all replacement parts. Does not include supplies.
FSM Impression Charge for PURCHASED machines w/FSM includes all additional service over and abov
Note:
that covered in the FSM, and all supplies except paper; does not include after hours service.
Photocopier Location City Of Post falls Police Dept
1717 Polston Ave
City,State,Zip
Post Falls Idaho 83854
Contact Person
Tammy Holmes
Phone 208-773-3517
RENTAL/LEASE
EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
(List options desired)
Equipment/Option
Product
Description
Code
Ricoh Mpc 4503
416518
PURCHASE
Equipment
Supplies
Monthly
Impression
RentalLease Charge,
Price
each
Maintenance: Full Srvc Maint./per month
Purchase
Price
FSM
Impression
First
Year
Second
Year
Third
Year
Charge
172.61
.0075 Black $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
.0482 color $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Pb 3160
416544
14.54
Bridge unit Bu 3070
416551
4.07
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Finisher Sr 4140
416539
21.67
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
exp xg pcs 15d
006428miu
6.4
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
1 Bin Tray Bn 3110
416552
10.73
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Fax Option type M4
416564
25.9
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
$
$
/ea $
/ea $
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
/mo
255.92
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Total for Copier & Accessories/Options
Special Instructions:
This Machine replaces Ser # V1405000333
Contract Pursuant to WSCA # 1715 Padd 1057
Remitt to Address P. O. Box 41602 Philadelphia Pa 19101-1602
This order is placed pursuant to the Master Written Contract executed by and between the Contractor and the State of Idaho,
Division of Purchasing. By signing below the agency agrees to the terms and conditions contained therein.
(Agency Authorized Signature)
The Agency shall send One (1) complete copy of this Copier Placement Form and Agency Purchase
Order to the Division of Purchasing, P O Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0075 or fax to: 208-327-7320 when issued. Electronic copies
of orders may also be emailed to [email protected]
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STATEWIDE PHOTOCOPIER
DIGITAL COPIER PLACEMENT FORM
PO Date
Agency
Agency PO #
City Of Post Falls
Bill To (Contact Name):
Tammy Holmes
Street/Box
408 Spokane St
City, Zip
Post Falls Idaho 83854
45
Category
A
Area
Contractor Ricoh/H & H Business Systems
Delivery
Ricoh
Brand
Number of Days ARO
MPC 4503
days
Warranty (purchase only)
Model
Rental/Lease
4
Rental/Lease
Purchase
FSM MAINTENANCE
yes
(For Purchased Machines) FSM (Yes) FSM (No)
(Indicate One)
Period
# of Years
(2, 3, 4 or 5 years)
Note:
Note:
Rental/Lease Pricing INCLUDES maintenance - Supplies are included in per impression charge
FSM Monthly Charge for PURCHASED machines w/FSM includes lubrication, cleaning, routine & preventiv
maintenance, travel, labor and materials including all replacement parts. Does not include supplies.
FSM Impression Charge for PURCHASED machines w/FSM includes all additional service over and abov
Note:
that covered in the FSM, and all supplies except paper; does not include after hours service.
Photocopier Location City Of Post falls Police Dept
1717 Polston Ave
City,State,Zip
Post Falls Idaho 83854
Contact Person
Tammy Holmes
Phone 208-773-3517
RENTAL/LEASE
EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
(List options desired)
Equipment/Option
Product
Description
Code
Ricoh Mpc 4503
416518
PURCHASE
Equipment
Supplies
Monthly
Impression
RentalLease Charge,
Price
each
Maintenance: Full Srvc Maint./per month
Purchase
Price
FSM
Impression
First
Year
Second
Year
Third
Year
Charge
172.61
.0075 Black $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
.0482 color $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Pb 3160
416544
14.54
Bridge unit Bu 3070
416551
4.07
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Finisher Sr 4140
416539
21.67
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
exp xg pcs 15d
006428miu
6.4
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
1 Bin Tray Bn 3110
416552
10.73
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Fax Option type M4
416564
25.9
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
$
$
/ea $
/ea $
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
/mo
255.92
/ea $
/ea $
/mo $
/mo $
/mo
Total for Copier & Accessories/Options
Special Instructions:
This machine replaces Ser # V9524901042
Contract Pursuant to WSCA # 1715 Padd 1057
Remitt to Address P. O. Box 41602 Philadelphia Pa 19101-1602
This order is placed pursuant to the Master Written Contract executed by and between the Contractor and the State of Idaho,
Division of Purchasing. By signing below the agency agrees to the terms and conditions contained therein.
(Agency Authorized Signature)
The Agency shall send One (1) complete copy of this Copier Placement Form and Agency Purchase
Order to the Division of Purchasing, P O Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0075 or fax to: 208-327-7320 when issued. Electronic copies
of orders may also be emailed to [email protected]
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CITY OF POST FALLS
AGENDA REPORT
DATE:
MARCH 03, 2015
TO:
HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
FROM:
BILL MELVIN, CITY ENGINEER
SUBJECT:
EASEMENT ACQUISITION – JECO
SH41 BIKE/PED TRAIL (KEY NO. 14334)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
With approval of the Consent Agenda, City Council
authorizes the Mayor to sign the agreement that would acquire a permanent easement
and construction easement for the SH41 Seltice Way to Mullan Bike/Ped Trial project.
BUDGET IMPACT:
None.
DISCUSSION:
To complete the construction of the SH41 Bike/Ped Trail project; a
permanent easement of 150 square feet is required, to accommodate the pedestrian
ramps to be constructed in the southeast corner of the Mullan Avenue and SH41
intersection. Additionally, a construction easement is necessary to allow construction
of the 10-foot trail, which is within the SH41 rights-of-way adjacent to the subject
property’s boundary line. The property owner is willing to grant the easements, in
exchange for typical design and construction considerations that limit the impact of
construction for the trail, on the adjoining business operation.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: A copy of the agreement and easements are available in
the Community Development office for review.
CITY OF POST FALLS
AGENDA REPORT
DATE:
MARCH 7, 2015
TO:
HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
FROM:
BILL MELVIN, CITY ENGINEER
SUBJECT:
OFFSITE IMPROVEMENT WAIVER REQUEST
201 EAST 6TH AVENUE
RECOMMENDED ACTION: With approval of the Consent Agenda, City Council
addresses the waiver improvement request in the following manner:


The frontage improvements associated with Frederick Street to be
waived.
The frontage improvements along 6th Avenue consist of replacement of
the existing sidewalk, and new curbing associated with a proposed
driveway relocation.
ISSUE: An improvement waiver request was submitted to the Engineering
Division by Stacey Mann, in association with a commercial nursery.
DISCUSSION: Staff has reviewed the site and found existing improvements
along 6th Avenue; however, the sidewalk is broken and in need of replacement.
The applicant is proposing to re-locate an existing drive approach along 6th
Avenue, and when completed, the curbing should be replaced. Frontage
improvements along Frederick Street would not connect to existing
infrastructure in the neighborhood; and would be better if constructed as part
of a larger project, to install those improvements within the area.
FISCAL IMPACT: None with approval of the waiver request.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: Original request for waiver and map of location.
CITY OF POST FALLS
CONSENT AGENDA REPORT
DATE:
MARCH 3, 2015
TO:
HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
FROM:
BILL MELVIN, CITY ENGINEER
SUBJECT:
CROWN POINTE 2ND ADDITION SUBDIVISION PLAT APPLICATION
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
With approval of the Consent Agenda, City Council
authorizes the Mayor’s signature of the final plat for the Crown Pointe 2nd Addition
Subdivision. The 49-lot subdivision is located on Poleline Avenue adjacent to Chase
Road.
ISSUE:
Under the Subdivision Ordinance the plat application is returned to
Council, for authorization of the Mayor’s signature. Certification is required from the
Engineering Division that infrastructure improvements have been completed, or that
surety has been provided to guarantee the completion of the improvements.
DISCUSSION:
The Developer has provided surety for the remaining
improvements. The Engineering Division certification has been provided on the plat
application.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: A copy of the plat application, surety, and engineer’s
estimate are available in the Community Development Department for review.
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An Application For An
Idaho Community Development Block Grant
By the
For the
Post Falls Senior Center
Renovation & Expansion
March 6, 2014
Ronald Jacobson, Mayor
City of Post Falls
Rob Clark, President
Post Falls Senior Center
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Table of Contents
Page
PART A
ICDBG Application Information Form ......................................................................................... 1
Economic Advisory Council ....................................................................................................... 2
Threshold Criteria .................................................................................................................... 3
Eligible Applicant ......................................................................................................................... 3
Eligible Activities .......................................................................................................................... 3
National Objective........................................................................................................................ 3
Citizen Participation ..................................................................................................................... 4
Statewide Goals and Strategies ..................................................................................................... 4
Administrative Capacity ................................................................................................................ 4
Fair Housing ................................................................................................................................ 4
Anti-Displacement Policy .............................................................................................................. 5
Program Income ..................................................................................................................... 5
Project Description and Property ............................................................................................... 5
Project Description ....................................................................................................................... 5
Property & Permits ....................................................................................................................... 7
Budget Narrative ..................................................................................................................... 8
CDBG Budget Form.................................................................................................................. 9
Detailed Cost Analysis ............................................................................................................. 10
Project Schedule..................................................................................................................... 11
Financial Profile ...................................................................................................................... 12
Project Site – Field Notes Review ............................................................................................. 14
PART B – Senior and Community Centers
Physical Conditions and Building Assessment............................................................................. 17
Project Implementation ........................................................................................................... 23
Benefits .............................................................................................................................. 26
Project Local Match ................................................................................................................ 30
Certifications
Appendices
A
Sub-Recipient Agreement
B
Public Participation



C
Citizen Participation Plan
Public Hearing Documents
Letters of Support
E


F
City Independent Auditors Reports
Senior Center By-Laws
Senior Center Financial Statements
D Procurement


Grant Administration
Design Professional
Fair Housing Resolution
Building Ordinance
Project Information




Administrative Capacity



Civil Rights
Site Maps
Photos
Certified Cost Estimate
Match Commitment
G Property Ownership
H Facility Assessment/Energy Audit
I
Senior Center Activities
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PART A
ICDBG Application Information Form
Applicant: City of Post Falls
Address:
408 Spokane Street, Post Falls, ID 83854
Email: [email protected]
DUNS#:
62-078-3555
Chief Elected Official: Ron Jacobson, Mayor
Phone: 208-773-3511
Subrecipient:
Address:
President:
Rob Clark
Phone: 208-773-9582
CAGE Code:
Post Falls Cenior Center
PO Box 418, Post Falls, ID 83877
54S60
Application Prepared by: Nancy Mabile
Address:
PO Box 3580, Post Falls, ID 83877
Phone: 208-699-6230
Architect: Anneliese Miller, ASID, NCARB, Miller-Stauffer Architects
Address: 601 Front Ave, Suite 201, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-664-1773
National Objective
Project Type
LMI Area
LMI Clientele
Public Facility/Housing
Community Center
LMI Jobs
Slum & Blight
Economic Development
Senior Center
Imminent Threat
Imminent Threat
Project Population to Benefit (Persons):
Total # to Benefit:
27,574 – City of Post Falls
4,435 – Post Falls Pop. Over 60
Total # LMI to Benefit:
% LMI to Benefit:
N/A
N/A
%
Project Description: Renovations include updates to the heating, ventilation and air condition systems, food
storage equipment upgrades, removal and replacement of carpet, and the addition of vertical grab bars in the restrooms
to meet ADA requirements. Expansion activities include slab-on-grade, wood frame additions to the north, west and
east of the existing facility with extensions to the pre-engineered truss roof system for purposes of a Porte-cochère
covered entry drop-off/pick up area, main entry with waiting/staging area, space for the community resource
information displays and food rescue displays, additional dry food storage space.
SOURCE
ICDBG
Local Cash
Local Loan*
Local In-Kind**
UDSA RD Grant
EDA Grant
State Grant
Foundation Grant
Private Investment
Other
Previous Exp.
TOTAL PROJECT
FINANCING
* Identify Loan Source(s):
FUNDS
COMMITTED/
CONTRACT
AWARD DATE
DOCUMENTS IN
APPENDIX ***
$150,000
$187,908
03/03/15
F
$9,300
03/03/15
F
$14,771
09/14
F
AMOUNT
DATE
APPLICATION
SUBMITTED
RESERVED/
CONDITIONAL
AWARD
$361,979
N/A
Date Bond or Necessary & Ordinary Passed:
N/A
** Describe In-Kind match by type (i.e., materials, labor, waived fees, land value) and amount.
*** Identify which appendix corresponding documentation is in. Documentation should be a letter from the appropriate source.
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Economic Advisory Council
The Post Falls Senior Center needs renovation of the existing facility to repair items beyond their
useful life, plus expansion to allow for dry entry in inclement weather and classroom space to
accommodate multiple activities occurring at the same time. In addition, there is not enough dry
storage space. With an average of 8,762 participants in 2014, the facility needs repairs and
expansion.
The roof has seen better days, has a tendency to leak, and is
beyond its useful life. The tears in the roof allows water and
moisture to enter building components. Over time, a condition
such as this can result in the growth of mold and also
compromise the insulation and drywall. In the winter months
snow blows into the cracks and accumulates on the insulation
and studs. Each time, the Senior Center has calls a Contractor
to remove the snow to deter development of mold.
ADA accessibility standards are not being met as the seams of
the carpet are in disrepair with edge ravel in numerous areas
creating a tripping hazard. Further, there is not a stable, firm and slip resistance surface at the
entrance to the Senior Center. This can be very hazardous to all persons in inclement weather.
The community has continued to see rapid growth in the last nineteen years and as a result, the
Post Falls Senior Center has seen an increase in senior clientele and additional requests for
services. The existing facility has been well used and needs rehabilitation to improve mobility
and accessibility that meets today’s current code standards, and expansion to meet the needs of
the senior population for additional classroom and activity space, safe entry, and the ever-popular
meals-on-wheels program.
Research has proven that senior centers offering a range
of health, education, recreation, volunteer and other
social interaction opportunities enhance dignity, support
independence, and encourage community involvement.
They feel less lonely, laugh more frequently, and have
reduced levels of stress, feel more satisfied with life, and
-National Council on Aging
have increased or started exercising regularly. They also
worry less about the future and feel more independent.
The Post Falls Senior Center serves as a quality meeting place where seniors and community
groups alike can gather and discuss issues that impact their lives, together with social,
recreational and educational activities. The facility is used for senior activities 260 days a year.
Older adults who participate in senior
center programs can learn to manage and
delay the onset of chronic disease and
experience measurable improvements in
their physical, social, spiritual, emotional,
mental and economic well-being.
The Post Falls Senior Center has spent nearly $20,000 over the past two years making emergency
repairs to the facility. They have reserved $187,908 in cash, will obtain $9,300 in volunteer labor,
and have spent $14,739 over the past 12 months for this project. The $150,000 Idaho CDBG is
needed to continue and improve quality services the Center has to offer. The improvements will
allow the senior population to obtain vital community services that can help them stay healthy
and independent.
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Threshold Criteria
Eligible Applicant:
The applicant is a City.
The Applicant is a County.
The City of Post Falls is sponsoring this application on behalf of the Post Falls Senior Center, a
501c3 Corporation formed pursuant to Title 43 of Idaho Code, and located within city limits. The
Sub-Recipient Agreement between the City and the Senior Center is in Appendix A.
Eligible Activities:
This project for renovation and expansion of the Senior Center qualifies under the following list
of Eligible Activities as identified in Chapter 2 of the Idaho Community Development Block Grant
(CDBG) Application Handbook:

Senior Citizen Center Grants for improvements to an existing facility for the use and
enjoyment of the community’s senior population;

Administrative Activities for payment of reasonable administrative costs for the CDBGcertified grant administrator related to executing the CDBG project; and

Design Professional Services for payment of reasonable services for design and
construction oversight relating to executing the CDBG project.
National Objective:
LMI-Limited Clientele
The Post Falls Senior Center serves primarily the
Mission Statement
senior population in the area, comprising
Post
Falls Senior Center shall
approximately 16% of the total population. Governed
by a 9-member Board of Directors, the original 3,200
provide physical, emotional &
square foot facility was constructed in 1976. The
economic support to maintain
kitchen was expanded on the north side by 1,733
independence of seniors & the
square feet in 1993, and the south addition in 1996
opportunity to interact with the
for uses such as additional meal space, classroom and
community.
recreational space. It is used the majority of the time
by senior citizens for meals, cards/games, flu shots,
hearing tests and blood pressure checks, energy and
tax assistance, lectures/presentations, fundraisers and special event dinners. There are
numerous recreational opportunities. A complete listing of activities is located on page 29 of this
application. Other uses include community-wide fundraisers, weddings and memorials, and other
meetings such as Lions Club and Boy Scouts. The facility is used for senior activities 260 days a
year. The Area Agency on Aging reported an average of 8,762 participants in 2014.
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Citizen Participation
CDBG Citizen Participation Plan adopted?
Date of Notice February 24, 2015
Yes
No
Date of Hearing March 3, 2015
The Citizen Participation Plan, Public Hearing Notice and Letters of Support are in Appendix B.
Statewide Goals and Strategies
Preserved and enhances suitable living environments
Improve safety and livability of communities
Increase access to quality facilities and services
Improve affordability and sustainability of quality facilities and services
Administrative Capacity
City of Post Falls Capacity
There have been no previous findings of non-compliance under the Idaho CDBG program with
the City of Post Falls. The City has staff to fiscally manage the project. There have been no
frequent staff turnovers; no recall elections and the financial audits are clean. The letters of the
Independent Auditor’s Report with Compliance letters for years 2008-2012 are included in
Appendix C.
Post Falls Senior Center Capacity
The Post Falls Senior Center is incorporated under the laws of the State of Idaho as a 501(c)(3)
organization. A nine (9) member Board of Directors and an Executive Director oversees the
operations and maintenance of the facility. There are currently two (2) board member
openings. There have not been any findings from previous monitoring or audits, nor have there
been any staff turnovers or recall elections. The By-Laws and financial statements for the past
three (3) years are included in Appendix C.
Certified Grant Administrator
The Post Falls Senior Center has followed the appropriate procurement procedures, and hired
Nancy Mabile, Planning Consultant and CDBG-certified grant administrator for the project. The
procurement documentation is in Appendix D.
Fair Housing
The City last adopted the Fair Housing Resolution on June 7, 2011, which was determined current
by Idaho Department of Commerce staff on February 11, 2015. The Resolution will be published
prior to grant award and is in Appendix E along with the City’s Building Ordinance.
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Anti-Displacement Policy
The City of Post Falls will follow the Idaho Department of Commerce Anti-Displacement Policy.
This is affirmed by the Mayor’s signature on the ICDBG Certifications page within this application.
Program Income
The Senior Center does not generate over $35,000 annually in program income. Further, this
amount will not be generated as a result of CDBG-funded improvements.
Project Description and Property
Project Description:
Scope of Work
Renovations include updates to the heating, ventilation and air condition systems, food storage
equipment upgrades, removal and replacement of carpet, and the addition of vertical grab bars
in the restrooms to meet ADA requirements.
Expansion activities include slab-on-grade, wood frame additions to the north, west and east of
the existing facility with extensions to the pre-engineered truss roof system. The additions will
include a fire sprinkler system, and energy-efficiency lighting, insulation and windows. The north
addition will house classrooms, the west addition a Porte-cochère covered entry drop-off/pick up
area, and main entry with conference room, waiting/staging area, space for the community
resource information displays and food rescue displays, and the east addition will serve as
additional dry food storage space.
Specific components of this project include:
Renovation

New air conditioning units at the north end of the building;

Removal and replacement of existing 2,145 SF broadloom carpet;

Replace exterior light packs that are over 30-year old and work only periodically;

Replace the main pump for the sprinkler system;

Roof replacement;

Exterior paint; and
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ADA updates to public restrooms to comply with the 2012 International Building Code,
which includes installation of vertical grab bars.
Expansion

Slab-on-grade, wood frame additions to the existing building with extensions to the preengineered truss roof system, energy-efficient windows and insulation:
o
o
o

North Side – 896 SF for classroom space,
West Side – 600 SF for a Porte-cochère covered entry drop-off/pick up area,
and 576 SF main entry addition including a waiting/staging area, and space for
the community resource information displays and food rescue displays, and
East Side – 373 SF for dry food storage; and
Extension of the existing fire sprinkler system at the additions.
Existing Situation
ADA accessibility standards are not being met as the seams of the carpet are in disrepair with
edge ravel in numerous areas creating a tripping hazard. In addition, there is not a stable, firm
and slip resistance surface at the entrance to the Senior Center. This can be very hazardous to
all persons in inclement weather. Tears in the metal roof allows water and moisture to enter
building components. Over time, a condition such as this can result in the growth of mold and
also compromise the insulation and drywall. In the winter months snow blows into the cracks
and accumulates on the insulation and studs. Each time, the Senior Center has calls a Contractor
to remove the snow to deter development of mold.
The community has continued to see rapid growth in the last nineteen years and as a result, the
Post Falls Senior Center has seen an increase in senior clientele and additional requests for
services. The existing facility has been well used and needs rehabilitation to improve mobility
and accessibility that meets today’s current code standards, and expansion to meet the needs of
the senior population for additional classroom and activity space, safe entry, and the ever-popular
meals-on-wheels program.
Necessary Project
The Post Falls Senior Center needs renovation of the existing facility to repair items beyond their
useful life, plus expansion to allow for dry entry in inclement weather and classroom space to
accommodate multiple activities occurring at the same time. In addition, there is not enough dry
storage space.
Expected Outcomes
The Post Falls Senior Center Improvements are being proposed to expand the existing facility to
allow the Center to continue to provide services that the growing senior community requires,
remedy health and safety concerns, and implement updates for current code compliance. The
proposed additions will provide 20% more floor area to the existing facility.
Funding Components
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The Idaho CDBG funds will be used for grant administration and construction activities, while the
Senior Center funds will be used for architectural and construction activities. The Budget
Narrative on page 8 of this application provides this information in detail.
Site Plan
Photos, site maps and the stamped cost estimate are in Appendix F.
Property & Permits:
1.
Has any property and easements been purchased for this project?
If yes, does the applicant have title to the property?
Yes
Yes
No
No
2.
Will any property be needed for this project?
Status of purchase: N/A
Estimated date of final purchase: N/A
What funds were used to make this purchase? N/A
Yes
No
3.
Will any easements or rights-of-way be needed for this project?
Status of purchase: N/A
Estimated date of final purchase: N/A
What funds were used to make this purchase? N/A
Yes
No
4.
Is anyone living on the land or in the structures at the
proposed site?
Yes
No
5.
Is any business being conducted on the land or in the
structures at the proposed site?
Yes
No
6.
Are there any businesses, individuals or farms being
displaced as a result of this project?
Yes
No
7.
Are there permits that will be needed for the project, i.e.,
well, water rights, land application, demolition permits,
zoning permit, air quality permit, etc.?
Yes
No
Status of the permits (including plan for securing permits): The Contractor will need to obtain
a building permit.
8.
Describe the ownership or lease arrangements for the property involved in the project: The
City of Post Falls owns the land, and the Post Falls Senior Center owns the facility. The Lease
Agreement was effective October 1, 1978 for a term of fifty (50) years, with a fee of $1.00
per year. An Addendum to the Lease Agreement became effective August 10, 1978, which
modified the term for sixty-three and one-half (63.5) years. The Property Deed, Lease
Agreement, and Addendum are in Appendix G.
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east addition - dry food storage
373 s.f.
freezer
cooler
kitchen/serving
food prep
dining/activities
dining room
north addition classrooms
896 s.f.
dry food
storage
women
janitor
unisex
restrm
office
men
mech
stor.
men
entry
office
offices
main entry addition
576 s.f.
entry
mech
covered entry
600 s.f.
Addition
Existing
women
Post Falls Senior Center Improvements
Scheduled Value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
General Requirements
Demolition
Excavation/Sitework
Ftg./Foundation/Slabs
Exterior Flatwork
Dampproofing
Metals
Framing Material
Framing Labor
Roof Trusses
Misc Hardware/Supplies
Interior Trim
Cabinets
Insulation
Windows
Doors & Hardware
Roofing
Siding & Ext Trim
Drywall
Paint
Floor Finishes
Specialties
Fire Sprinklers
Plumbing
HVAC
Electrical
Subtotal
28
Contingency 10%
29
GC P&O 10%
Total Construction
30
Architect - Fixed Fee
31
Project Total
Remarks
$12,000
$10,000
$15,000
$27,675
$5,900
$1,000
$9,500
$10,000
$17,500
$5,000
$500
$1,350
$1,350
$4,975
$5,000
$3,000
$27,000
$6,750
$6,490
$7,000
$12,600
$5,200
$9,500
$13,800
$13,800
$19,950
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Project Total
Possible in-kind by Seniors - $1,500 labor
Possible in-kind by Seniors -$4,300 labor
Possible in-kind by Seniors - $3,500 labor
Carpet, sheet vinyl, rubber base
Assumes existing service is adequate.
$251,840
$25,184
$25,184
$302,208
$30,000
$332,208
$302,208
$30,000
$332,208
Architect: Monte J. Miller, AIA
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Budget Narrative
The following describes the funding sources by category, in order as stated on the following
budget form, and the commitment status of each source. Match documentation is located in
Appendix F.
CDBG - $150,000 - Pending
Funding approximately 41.44% of the total project, CDBG funding will be used to assist in
financing improvements for facility renovations and additions, and certified grant administration.
Post Falls Senior Center - $211,979 – Committed
The Senior Center is financing 58.56% of the total project, which includes construction
improvements consisting of facility renovations and additions totaling $187,908. Expenditures
over the past 12 months for grant writing, design professional and construction activities is
$14,771. The Senior Center would like to use volunteer labor for a value of $9,300 for the exterior
painting and installation of the insulation and drywall.
Labor estimates by Miller Stauffer Architects and also reflected on the stamped cost estimate in
Appendix F are:
Construction Item
Insulation
Drywall
Painting
Total Value:
Value
$1,500
$4,300
$3,500
$9,300
The Expenditures within the last 12 months include:
Planning:
Activity
Amount
Grant Writing
Design Professional
Construction activities originally
planned to be part of this project
Total:
Post Falls Senior Center Renovation & Expansion Project
$
$
3,500
4,000
$
7,271
$
14,771
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ICDBG Budget Form
Applicant or Grantee:
Project Name:
City of Post Falls
Senior Center Renovation & Expansion
Line Items
CDBG
Senior
Center
Cash
Senior
Center InKind
Senior
Center
Prev. Exp.
Total
Planning
$3,500
$3,500
Facilities Plan
$4,000
$4,000
Administration
$15,000
$15,000
Design Professional
$30,000
$30,000
Acquisition
$0
Soft Cost
$0
Construction
$135,000
$157,908
$9,300
$7,271
$309,479
Materials/Equipment
$0
Financing Expenses
$0
Legal
$0
Property Value
$0
TOTAL COSTS
$150,000
$187,908
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$9,300
$14,771
$361,979
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Detailed Cost Analysis
1.
Have preliminary plans and specs been submitted to
regulatory agencies for review?
If yes, list date submitted:
If no, list expected date to be submitted:
2.
No
Yes
No
March 2015
Has final design (for bidding) begun?
If yes, % complete:
If no, what is expected start date:
Yes
April 2015
3.
Will project include bid alternatives to meet project budget
if necessary?
Yes
No
4.
Are Davis-Bacon wage rates applicable to the project?
If yes, are they included in the project costs?
Yes
Yes
No
No
5.
Have known environmental measures been included in the
project costs? (e.g., dust mitigation, archeological survey,
storm water drainage, wetland mitigation, etc.)
Yes
No
6.
List the last date the owner and design professional discussed project design and details:
on-going
7.
Design Professional Cost Estimate may be found in Appendix F.
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Project Schedule
Project Activity
Date (to be) Completed
Design Professional Contract Executed
February 2015
Grant Administration Contract Executed
March 2015
Environmental Release
April 2015
Bid Document Approval
May 2015
Bid Opening
June 2015
Construction Contract Executed
June 2015
Start Construction
July 2015
Construction 50% Complete
September 2015
Second Public Hearing
September 2015
Update Fair Housing Plan
September 2015
Update 504 Review and Transition Plan
September 2015
Certificate of Substantial Completion
December 2015
Closeout
January 2016
Name of Professional & Agency
Contacts
Tony Tenne
Dennis Porter
Steve Meyer
Shelly Enderud, Administrator
Jason Falkner, Finance Director
Rob Clark, President
Alison McArthur
John Cafferty, City Attorney
Anneliese Miller
Jeffrey Hill, Executive Director
Robert Hughes
Firm/Agency
Idaho Department of Commerce
Idaho Department of Commerce
Region I EAC Member
City of Post Falls
City of Post Falls
Post Falls Senior Center
Post Falls Senior Center
Hawley-Troxel
Miller-Stauffer Architects
Area Agency on Aging
Molina Medicaid Services/Idaho
Department of Health & Welfare
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Documentation
in Appendix
Resolution: E
Telephone
208-334-2470
208-334-2470
208-667-4086
208-773-3511
208-773-3511
208-773-9582
208-773-9582
208-667-1300
208-664-1773
208-667-3179
208-559-4793
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Financial Profile
Is the Grantee a:
City
County
If a sub-recipient, what type of organization?
Water District
For-Profit Company
Fire District
Other (Explain)
Sewer District
Non-Profit Company
Hospital District
Homeowner’s Assn.
Water Association
All Applicants (except Water and Sewer)
Grantee or Sub-Recipient Taxing Authority
A.
Identify how the organization obtains its operating funding, i.e., bonds, district
assessments, other: Taxes, fees, and state revenues
B.
Does the organization have taxing authority?
Yes
No
(if no, skip to section IV)
1.
Do you tax?
Yes
No
If yes:
a)
What is the tax rate?
.005786069
b)
What is the annual tax amount generated?
$ 8,973,609
c)
What are the taxes used to pay for, i.e. equipment, operating
expenses, etc.? Supports the operations of the General Fund
2.
If your organization does not tax, explain why:
N/A
All Applicants (City or County)
Land Use Planning related to Fair Housing
As part of the ICDBG program cities and counties are required to further fair housing within your
community.
Coincidentally, the understanding and applicability of fair housing laws has become very important
for cities and counties. In a recent legal case, Alamar Ranch LLC v. Boise County, a jury ruled
that Boise County had committed three separate violations to the Fair Housing Act:
(1) failure to make reasonable accommodations,
(2) disparate treatment of the handicapped, and
(3) intentional interference with the construction of handicapped housing
by changing a conditional use permit (CUP). Boise County is now required to pay the plaintiff
$4.0 million in damages.
In a recent state study of impediments to fair housing, an impediment that has been identified is
the lack of cities and counties providing for the allowance of group homes in designated residential
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zones or their narrow definitions of the types of group homes allowed (e.g., nursing and rest
homes) Why is this a barrier? The regulation may treat residents who are disabled, differently.
Therefore;
Have you reviewed your zoning codes specific to group homes to ensure that you are in
compliance with the Fair Housing Act? (group homes are allowed in residential zones and
that your definition of a group home is not too restrictive)
Yes
No
If No, what steps are you taking to address the issue?
N/A
The state study also identified a concern related to the lack of basic accessibility standards for
new residential construction. Does your building code or ordinance encourage accessibility
standards in housing? (example: at least one entrance with no step, doors at least 32 inches
wide, switches no higher than 48 inches, hallways 36 inches wide, etc.)
Yes:
Townhouses designed under IBC (4 units or more), and Triplex and larger
designed under the IBC.
No:
Single/Double family dwellings designed under the IBC.
If Yes, explain the standards.
2012 International Building Code
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Project Site – Field Notes Checklist
The purpose of this review is to identify potential environmental related issues that could delay,
hamper or derail the proposed project. The information will assist in understanding what studies,
documentation, and mitigation measures could be applicable in order to commence project
construction.
1. Limitations on Activities
Is the Grantee planning or in the process of acquiring property for this proposed project?
Yes
No
If yes, is the Applicant aware that land acquired or site work after submission of the ICDBG application
is subject to 24 CFR 58.22 Limitation on Activities Requiring Clearance? Meaning once an application
for ICDBG funds is submitted, neither Applicant or sub recipient, may commit Non-HUD funds to a
project for land acquisition or site work (except for minor testing) before the environmental review is
complete, unless the land acquisition or contract is conditioned on completion of the ICDBG
environmental review.
2. Historic Preservation
Has the SHPO or THPO been notified of the project?
Yes
No
Have tribes with possible cultural and religious sites been notified of the project?
Yes
No
3. Floodplain
Is the project located within a floodway or floodplain designated on a current FEMA map? Check Web
site www.store.msc.fema.gov
Yes
No
Not Sure
If yes what is the floodplain map number? ________________________
If the project is located in a floodway or floodplain, is the community where the project is taking place
a
participant in the
National Flood
Insurance Program.
Check
Web
site
www.idwr.idaho.gov/water/flood
Yes
No
N/A
4. Wetlands
Are there ponds, marshes, bogs, swamps, drainage ways, streams, rivers, or other wetlands on or
near the site?
Yes
No
If yes, has the Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) been notified?
Has the Corps indicated what permit level will be required?
Yes
Yes
No
No
N/A
5. Asbestos and/or Lead Based Paint
For building renovations, remodeling or demolition, has an asbestos analysis been planned for or
conducted?
Yes
No
N/A
For housing rehabilitation, has a lead based paint assessment been planned for or conducted?
Yes
No
N/A
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6. Noise Sensitive Use
Is the project new construction or rehabilitation of noise sensitive use (i.e., housing, mobile home
parks, nursing homes, hospitals, and other uses where quiet is integral to the project functions)?
Yes
No
If yes, is the project located within 5 miles of an airport, 1000 feet of a major highway or busy road,
or 3,000 feet of a railroad?
Yes
No
7. Explosive and Flammable Operations
Is the physical structure (not necessarily infrastructure) intended for residential, institutional,
recreational, commercial or industrial use?
Yes
No
Unknown at this time
If yes, are there any above ground explosives, flammable fuels or chemical containers within one mile
of the physical structure?
Yes
No
If yes, have you been able to identify what the container is holding and the container’s size?
Yes
No
8. Site or Soil Contamination
Are there any known hazardous materials, contamination, chemicals, gases, and radioactive substance
on or near the site?
Yes
No
Unknown at this time
If yes, explain
During the visual inspection of the site, are there signs of distressed vegetation, vents or fill pipes,
storage/oil tanks, stained soil, dumped material, questionable containers, foul or noxious odors, etc.
Yes
No
If yes, explain
At this time, are the site’s previous uses known to have been gasoline stations, train depots, dry
cleaners, agricultural operations, repair shops, landfill, etc.?
Yes
No
Are other funding agencies requiring the Grantee to perform an American Society for Testing Materials
(ASTM) environmental assessment? ASTM assessment involves analysis of site uses and ownership,
inspection of site, and possible testing.
Yes
No
9. Other Agency Environmental Reviews
Have facilities studies or other environmentally related site reviews been conducted or in the process
of being conducted?
Yes
No
If yes, identify who is conducting the review.
10. Information Letters
The advanced mailing of environmental information letters is sought in an effort to minimize the
project’s timeline in waiting for necessary documentation or information. It will assist in earlier
responses to required mitigation measures should the proposed project receive grant funding.
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Check the agencies that have been mailed an environmental information letter.
Note: If other funding agencies have sought comment, in writing, from the agencies listed below for
the same project, you may not need to send an information letter. Contact your Specialist if other
environmental information or scoping letters have been sent.
Idaho State Historic Preservation Officer
Tribal Historic Preservation Officer or Tribal Office
Idaho Department of Water Resources – Local Regional Office
Army Corps of Engineers (if wetlands are applicable)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife
NOAA Fisheries (if salmon and/or steelhead are applicable)
Idaho Fish and Game
USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (if farmlands are applicable)
Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Local Government – Planning Department
Others ________________________________
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PART B
Senior and Community Centers
Physical Conditions (350 points)
Problem or Need Rating
Identification of Problem
Physical Conditions:
Roof
Walls
Foundation
Floors
Weatherization
Expansion
Other:
New Center
Interior Problems:
Asbestos/Lead Based Paint
Restrooms
Electrical/Plumbing/Lighting
Heating/Air Conditioning
Fire Safety
Unusable Space
Other:
New Center
Kitchen and Food Storage:
Health Inspection
Capacity of Dry Storage
Capacity of Cold Storage
Equipment
Other:
New Center
Access for Persons
w/Disabilities:
Parking
Entry
Restrooms
2nd Floor Access
Other:
New Center
Critical
(3)
Urgent
(2)
Potential
Concern
(1)
Reviewed
No Problems
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Subtotals:
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Identify why any component considered critical or urgent is such. Provide photos when possible:
The community has continued to see rapid growth in the last nineteen years and as a result, the
Post Falls Senior Center has seen an increase in senior clientele and additional requests for
services. The existing facility has been well used and needs rehabilitation to improve mobility
and accessibility that meets today’s current code standards.
Avista conducted an “Energy Efficiency Improvements Audit Report” in January of 2015 with
suggestions that the proposed design will incorporate. The report suggested updating lamps and
ballasts in existing light fixtures to more current technology vs. replacing all fixtures with LED
fixtures. Exit, emergency lighting, exterior wall mounted fixtures will be upgraded as part of this
project. Additions will include high-performance insulation and energy efficient windows.
Inefficient and outdated HVAC equipment is scheduled for replacement.
The carpet is tearing apart at seams, and is not adhered to the floor in some locations. There
are many seams in disrepair with edge ravel in numerous areas. These seams are a tripping
hazard, especially for those that are no longer steady on their feet. The existing carpet does not
meet ADA accessibility standards.
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International Building Code, Section 302.2, Carpet.
“Carpet or carpet tile shall be securely attached and shall
have a firm cushion, pad, or backing or no cushion or pad.
Carpet or carpet tile shall have a level loop, textured loop,
level cut pile, or level cut/uncut pile texture. Exposed edges
of the carpet shall be fastened to the floor and shall have trim
along the entire length of the exposed edge.”
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The photo at the top right is the ceiling in a small room
where a furnace was located. The furnace was
removed as it was not up to code, would shut itself
down in the cold of winter, and then had a gas leak.
The second photo shows temporary patches in large
holes in the wall that led furnace vents to the outside.
There is significant heat loss through the walls and the
ceiling where the vents were located.
The air conditioning units at the north side
of the building are beyond their useful life.
Parts are no longer available for repairs,
and these units need to be replaced.
The roof has seen better days, has a tendency to leak, and is beyond its useful life. This allows
water and moisture to enter building components. Over time, a condition such as this can result
in the growth of mold and also compromise the insulation and drywall. In the winter months
snow blows into the cracks and accumulates on the insulation and studs. Each time, Contractors
are called in to remove the snow in an effort to deter development of mold.
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Drop-off and pick-up of patrons can
be hazardous during inclement
weather because there is not a
stable, firm and slip resistant
surface where they access the
facility. In addition, the lighting at
night is poor. A covered Portecochère entry drop-off/pick up area
with adequate lighting will ensure
safety of patrons.
The existing exterior paint will be
scraped and new paint will be applied
for continuity with the additions.
The exterior light packs were
installed in the 1970’s. At least 30
years old, they might turn on, or
they just might not. They are
beyond their useful life and need to
be replaced.
Additional lights
dating to the 1990’s are also
needing replacement – they are
inefficient and the lighting is poor.
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Parts are no longer available for the main
pump of the sprinkler system. There was
a sprinkler system failure in 2011, and as
a result, the Senior Center had to find a
company in Seattle to create a new
gasket. The pump is beyond its life and
needs to be replaced.
Freon is leaking on the northwest side of the building where the
compressor unit for the cooler freezer is located. It has been leaking
off and on for the past year and no one has been able to find the
pinhole leak. The compressor had to be recharged again 5 pounds
very recently. The compressor will be moved and repaired with the
facility addition on the north side of the facility.
The restrooms do not meet ADA accessibility
standards for vertical grab bars.
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International Building Code, Section 604.5.1,
Fixed Side Wall Grab Bars.
“Fixed sidewall grab bars shall be 42 inches minimum in
length, located 12 inches maximum from the rear wall and
extending 54 inches minimum from the rear wall. In
addition, a vertical grab bar 18 inches minimum in length
shall be mounted with the bottom of the bar located
between 39 inches and 41 inches above the floor, and with
the center line of the bar located between 39 inches and 41
inches from the rear wall.”
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The Senior Center is out of room for dry storage capacity, making it especially difficult to store
enough products for the existing meal clientele. The Senior Center is serving considerably more
people now than they did in 1993 when this part of the addition was built. It is essential that
there is enough storage capacity to serve daily meals and also have stock items in the event of
an emergency. The photo shows only one of the four food service carts stored in this room. An
additional dry food storage is needed to accommodate these needs.
Lastly, a conference room additions to the facility is needed. There is no conference room for
private meetings with Senior Center Staff. Most meetings occur in the dining area, which typically
is preparing for or holding a congregate meal, or after meal activities such as cards and Bingo.
Furthermore, there is no classroom space for seniors to learn new skills or brush up on old ones.
Research has proven that senior centers offering a range of health, education, recreation,
volunteer and other social interaction opportunities enhance dignity, support independence, and
encourage community involvement. They feel less lonely, laugh more frequently, and have
reduced levels of stress, feel more satisfied with life, and have increased or started exercising
regularly. They also worry less about the future and feel more independent.1
Facility/Building Assessment
A facility assessment has been completed by Miller-Stauffer Architects. It includes a complete
description and physical condition of the facility and ADA assessments. The design professional’s
report and energy audit completed by Avista is located in Appendix H.
1
The Evolving Roll of Senior Centers in the 21st Century, Ronald H. Aday, Ph.D., May 2003.
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Project Implementation
Planning (40 points)
1. Explain the expected form of procurement for construction. (Examples: single bid, construction
management, design build, owner build, or other)
The Post Falls Senior Center Improvements Project will be publically advertised and
competitively bid to locate a qualified general contractor to complete the proposed work. An
Idaho public works license will be required, as well as, implementing Davis-Bacon wages into
labor rates. A minimum of three qualified bidders would be typical of a competitive bidding
event.
Once an Owner/Contractor agreement is executed, the Architect will issue a Notice to Proceed
and this will allow the Contractor to mobilize on site. A pre-construction meeting will be held
to answer questions, discuss the proposed work schedule, review proper paperwork protocol,
and determine what coordination is required to accommodate the Owner’s needs regarding
existing operations during the course of construction.
Work will progress with bi-monthly meetings, on site, to answer questions and address field
related issues. Monthly applications for payment will be reviewed by the Architect to verify
percentage of work complete and approve the Contractor’s request for payment. This process
is standard in the construction industry and keeps the lines of communication open to address
issues in a timely manner.
The Architect will work closely with the Grant Administrator to process all of the proper
paperwork and keep the project on track.
2. Has there been any site plans, schematics, or sketches prepared for the project?
Yes
No
If yes, provide drawings in the appendices. Site Drawings are in Appendix F.
3. What energy efficiency considerations and operating cost savings are incorporated into the
project? (Examples: LEED and/or Energy Star design criteria)
Improved energy efficiency with project components is also included in the project scope.
Avista did an “Energy Efficiency Improvements Audit Report” in January of 2015 with
suggestions that the proposed design will incorporate. The report suggested updating lamps
and ballasts in existing light fixtures to more current technology vs. replacing all fixtures with
LED fixtures. Exit, emergency lighting, exterior wall mounted fixtures will be upgraded as
part of this project. Additions will include high-performance insulation and energy efficient
windows. Inefficient and outdated HVAC equipment is also scheduled for replacement.
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4. List of work that has been completed on the facility in the last year. (Example: patched leaking
roof – August 2011)
Work Completed
MM/YY
Cost
Air Conditioning Units - replace wiring, fuse & thermostat
05/14
$282
Replace Drain hoses in Refridgerator
07/14
$100
New filters - heating & cooling
08/14
$415
Kitchen Equipment Maintenance
07/31
$240
Replace Motor - Kitchen Reach-in Refridgerator
08/14
$315
Replace Tstat, cleaned consen unit wiring
07/14
$525
Exhaust Fan Belt
07/14
$58
AC Freezer - repair leak
07/14
$530
Plumbing freeze motor small leak
01/15
$975
ABS pipe basement
01/14
$207
Faucet install laundry room
01/14
$309
Replace grease trap
08/14
$1,037
Repair kitchen sinks and spouts leaks
09/14
$381
Re-do entire ABS in basement
01/15
$0
Replace pipe in wall due to leak/flood
02/15
TOTAL
$1,897
$7,271
The Senior Center has spent nearly $20,000 over the past two years repairing freezers,
refrigerators, plumbing, furnace, air compressor, doors and alarm systems.
Design Professional (20 points)
The Post Falls Senior Center solicited proposals from three (3) design professional firms on
January 20, 2015. An additional fourteen (14) architects requested a copy of the Request for
Proposals based on the advertisement. Proposals were received on February 6 and reviewed on
February 9. A total of three (3) proposals were received. After evaluation and ranking, the Senior
Center selected Miller-Stauffer Architects as the design professional. The procurement
documentation is in Appendix D.
Grant Administration (20 points)
The Post Falls Senior Center solicited proposals from four (4) CDBG-certified grant administrators
on January 20, 2015. Proposals were received on February 6 and reviewed on February 9. Only
one proposal was received. The Senior Center accepted the single proposal for the project, from
Nancy Mabile, Planning Consultant and CDBG-certified grant administrator. The procurement
documentation is in Appendix D.
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Schedule (5 points)
To be calculated by Idaho Department of Commerce staff based on the project schedule in Part
A of this Application.
Environmental Scoping (10 points)
The Project Site Field Notes Checklist has been completed and environmental information was
sent to Agencies for comment on March 4, 2015.
Property Acquisition (20 Points)
To be calculated by Idaho Department of Commerce staff based on information provided under
the General Project Description, Project Land and Permits in Part A of this Application.
Cost Analysis (20 points)
To be calculated by Idaho Department of Commerce staff based on the detailed cost analysis in
Part A of this Application.
Applicant Administrative Capacity (65 points)
1.
The applicant’s grant project track record and the general stability of the applicant and subrecipient. Department staff may review financial audit reports, board make-up, staff turnover
and recall elections to help make a determination. (5 points)
To be calculated Idaho Department of Commerce staff based on information
provided under the Threshold Criteria, Administrative Capacity in Part A of this
Application.
2.
3.
Has the applicant completed an ADA/Section 504 self-assessment of the accessibility of its
public programs and facilities and also completed a Transition Plan? (5 points)
Yes
No
Document that Fair Housing Accessibility Standards have been incorporated into the adopted
building code. Applicant must have adopted the standards either separately or inclusively
with the most current building codes utilized by the applicant. (5 points)
What is the most current edition of the International Building Code (IBC) the applicant has
adopted? 2012 International Building Code
Does the applicant have building codes? (5 points)
4.
Yes
No
Provide an operating income statement pro forma for the facility (revenue/expenses) for
three years designating income sources operating cost (include: staff, insurance, utilities,
maintenance, reserves for repair and replacement, etc.) (15 points)
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The Post Falls Senior Center financial statements for the past three years is located in
Appendix C.
5.
Does the sub-recipient have unrestricted cash reserves in the amount of at least 5% of the
estimated construction cost to cover unforeseen expenses such as higher than expected bids
or necessary change orders? This cash reserve is in addition to contingencies in the cost
estimate and cash match committed to the project in the budget. This can be in the form of a
line of credit, a loan commitment or a cash commitment from the applicant.
Yes
No
If yes, identify the form:
Savings
If no, what changes to the scope of work is the sub-recipient prepared to make to reduce the
project cost by at least 10%? N/A
Benefits (150 points)
Senior centers serve as a gateway to the nation’s aging network—connecting older adults to
vital community services that can help them stay healthy and independent. Research shows that
older adults who participate in senior center programs can learn to manage and delay the onset
of chronic disease and experience measurable improvements in their physical, social, spiritual,
emotional, mental and economic well-being.
National Council on Aging
Activities Provided (100 points)
The Post Falls Senior Center serves as a quality meeting place where seniors and community
groups alike can gather and discuss issues that impact their lives, together with social,
recreational and educational activities. The average age of the patrons is 74-75.
The largest service the Post Falls Senior Center
provides is the meal program. Proper nutrition is
essential to help people remain independent.
Continually striving to provide quality and
nutritious meals, congregate meals are served at
the Center weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Meals-on-Wheels are delivered on those
same days, however, seven (7) days’ worth of
meals are provided. All meals are provided to all
seniors on a recommended donation based on age
($4.00 over 60 and $8.00 under 60); however, if
they cannot afford the donation, they can still have
a meal, free of charge and with no questions asked.
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Both the on-site and home-delivered meal programs have increased significantly over the past
few years. The congregate meal program experienced nearly a 17% increase from 2013 to 2014.
In the same time period, Meals-on-Wheels through the Area Agency on Aging over 10%, and
Meals-on Wheels through the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare jumped by over 27%.
Together, both Meals-on-Wheels programs increased nearly 20% from 10,897 meals in 2013 to
13,449 meals in 2014. Presently, 485 meals are delivered to homes on a weekly basis. If this
stays true for a 52 week year, the total meals delivered will be 25,220 – a significant 48.3%
increase from 2014.
Every March there is a national campaign for
the Meals-On-Wheels program. “March for
Meals” occurs the third week of March every
year at the Post Falls Senior Center. Local
officials, business leaders and community
members are invited to participate in process,
delivery and serving seniors to gain a better
understanding of the need of Meals-on-Wheels
in the Post Falls Community.
L-R: Joe Malloy, City Council; Carol Riegert, PFSC
Volunteer; Keri Thorenson, City Council; Millie
Larson, Home Delivery Coordinator; and Ron
Jacobson, Post Falls Mayor.
The second largest service includes Fit N Fall Proof, an
exercise class before lunch service three (3) days a week,
and Bingo after lunch two (2) days a week. There are a
myriad of Health programs offered, including forums on
Medicaid, Medicare/Medicaid counseling, education
classes on chronic health diseases, blood pressure
checks, hearing checks and flu shots. Annually a health
fair is held that provides information on flu, pneumonia
and shingles shots, health care supplies, home health
agencies, funeral planning and medical equipment.
Recreational opportunities include dances, Tai Chi, Garden
Club, Book Club, board games, bridge and other cards, games
for exercise such as Wii bowling, and trips to the Coeur d’Alene
Casino. Proposed activities for the future include additional
dance classes such as Hula and Line, Senior Yoga, computer
classes, a walking group, games to work the brain including
Pinochle and Cribbage, a Senior Prom, and Karaoke.
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Additional activities include tax help, energy
assistance, circuit breaker and elder law. AARP
sponsors a 55 and Alive Driving class several times a
year. Community fundraisers for the Center occur
annually at different times of year include Gold Rush,
Community Breakfast and a Craft Fair.

The most valuable benefit for me has been the replacement of the social
interaction that I’ve always had in the workplace. At the Senior Center I meet
new people from our community, some of whom have become my friends. This
keeps me engaged with my community and engaged in a social world.
—John Brockman, Senior Center Patron

The most current newsletter with meal and activity schedule, plus additional activity information
is located in Appendix I. The table below identifies the schedule of the aforementioned
activities.
Activity
Existing
Proposed
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No. of Days
Offered Per
Month
or Year*
Facilitated By
HEALTH
Medicaid Forum

1x/year
Long Term Care Education
Medicare/Medicaid
Counseling
Chronic Health Disease
Education
Blood Pressure Checks

1x/month
League of Women Voters of Kootenai
County, Kootenai-Benewah Medical
Society, Heritage Health, Margaret W.
Reed Foundation
PFSC and outside resources

2x/week
State Health Insurance Benefits Advisors

.15/year
PFSC/Panhandle Health District

2x/week
Auburn Crest Hospice/Guardian Angles
Hearing Checks

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1x/month
1x/year
Post Falls Hearing Center
Health Fair
Flu Shots

1x/year
PFSC
Panhandle Health
District/Walgreens/Dirne Clinic
RECREATION
Fit N Fall

8x/month
Panhandle Health District and E. Moore
Dances

4x/month
Center Staff/Volunteers
Tai Chi
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4x/month
Bob Hughes
Bingo
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8x/month
Center Staff/Volunteers
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Proposed
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No. of Days
Offered Per
Month
or Year*
Facilitated By
RECREATION (Con’t)
Dances

8x/month
Bob Hughes
Garden Club

1x/month
Kay Gentry
Book Club

1x/month
Helen and the Book Club
Board Games

1x/week
PFSC
Bridge

1x/month
North Idaho Bridge Club
Cards

2x/week
PFSC
CDA Casino Trips

6x/year
PFSC/CDA Casino
Hula Dancing

1x/month
Outside Resource
Line Dancing

1x/week
Outside Resource
Senior Yoga

Computer Classes
2x/week
2x/week
Body by Beth

Walking Group

2x/week
Pinochle

1x/week
PFSC
PFSC
Cribbage

1x/week
PFSC
Mother/Daughter Tea

1x/year
PFSC
Golf Tournament

1x/year
PFSC
Senior Prom

1x/year
PFSC
Pool

Daily
PFSC
Brain Games

1x/week
PFSC
Karaoke

1x/month
PFSC
NIC and other resources
MEALS
Lunch

Meals-On-Wheals

Mobile Food Bank

3x/week
3x/week
(7 days of food)
1x/year
Center Staff/Volunteers
Center Staff/Volunteers
PFSC/2nd Harvest Food Bank
OTHER
Tax Help

Energy Assistance

8x/month
(for 3 months)
1x/year
Circuit Breaker

2x/year
Kootenai Co Assessors Office
Gold Rush

1x/year
Center Staff/Volunteers
Community Breakfast

1x/year
Center Staff/Volunteers
Craft Fair

1x/year
Center Staff/Volunteers
55 and Alive Driving Classes

.4x/year
AARP
Travel Club

4x/year
PFSC
Elder Law Meetings

1x/year
PFSC/Legal Aide
AARP Tax-Aide
Community Action Partnership
TOTALS
This facility is open to the seniors 260 days per year.
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Outreach (50 points)
The Post Falls Senior Center is a USDA facility operated in accordance with the policy, which
prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, handicap, religion or nationality.
This statement appears on every newsletter, and is also included on their website and Facebook
page. Outreach includes brochures, flyers and even the local newspaper—The Coeur d’Alene
Press—in the foyer just inside the front door. The website lists all of the activities plus rental
information for outside groups, and the Facebook page provides a forum for additional discussion.
Project Local Match (100 points)
Local Match (60 points)
To be calculated by Idaho Department of Commerce staff based on the budget form in Part A of
this application.
Other Match (40 Points)
To be calculated by Idaho Department of Commerce staff based on the budget form in Part A of
this application.
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Certifications
I certify the data in this application is true and correct, that this document has been duly authorized by the
governing body of the City of Post Falls and we will comply with the following laws and regulations if
this application is approved and selected for funding.
-
National Environmental Policy Act of 1969
Civil Rights Act of 1964 Pub.L 88-352
Civil Rights Act of 1968 Pub.L 90-284
Age Discrimination Act of 1975
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504
Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Act of 1970, as amended (49 CFR Part 24)
Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended Pub.L 93-383
Davis-Bacon Act (40 USC 276a - 276a-5)
Historic Preservation Act
OMB Circular A-87, and ensure that subrecipient complies with A-110 and A-122
-
Section 106 of the Housing and Urban Recovery Act of 1983 certifying to:
- Minimize displacement as a result of activities assisted with CDBG funds by following the Idaho
Department of Commerce & Labors anti-displacement and relocation assistance plan;
- Conduct and administer its program in conformance with Title VI and Title VIII, and
affirmatively further fair housing;
- Provide opportunities for citizen participation comparable to the state’s requirements (those
described in Section 104(a) of the Act, as amended);
- Not use assessments or fees to recover the capital costs of ICDBG funded public improvements
from low and moderate income owner occupants;
- Abide by all state and federal rules and regulations related to the implementation and
management of federal grants;
- Assess and implement an Accessibility Plan for persons with disabilities in accordance with
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended;
- Adopt and implement an Excessive Force Policy;
- Prohibition of Use of Assistance for Employment Relocation, Section 588 of the Disability
Housing and work Responsibility Act of 1998 Pub.L 105-276.
- Anti-Lobbying Certification: No federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or
on behalf of the undersigned to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or
employee of any federal agency, a member of, employee of a member of, officer of or employee
of Congress in connection with the awarding of any federal contract, the making of any federal
grant or loan, the entering into any cooperative agreement and the extension, renewal,
modification or amendment of any federal contract, grant, loan or cooperative agreement.
If any funds other than federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for
influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any federal agency, a member of,
employee of a member of, officer of or employee of Congress in connection with this federal
grant, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form-LLL, “Disclosure Form to
Report Lobbying,” in accordance with its instructions.
Ronald Jacobson, Mayor
City of Post Falls
Date
MEMORANDUM
TO:
Mayor & Council
FROM:
Jason Faulkner
Finance Department
DATE:
February 17th, 2015
SUBJECT:
Budget Amendment #2 – FY 2015
Attached is the breakdown for the following amendments to the FY 2015 Budget:
1. The Building Division is requesting the creation of two new positions within the
General Fund. The Building Division would initially fill one position, a
Building/Plumbing Inspector, before April 2015. Under Ordinance No. 1275, the
Building Division was authorized to conduct its own plumbing and electrical
inspections and would need additional staff to perform these duties. The revenue
generated through plumbing and electrical permits would fund the position
requests.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you.
Note: The above additions to the City budget do not alter the City’s property tax levy for
FY 2015.
CITY OF POST FALLS
AMENDING THE BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Post Falls will hold a public hearing for consideration of an amendment to
the 2014-2015 fiscal year budget by appropriating additional monies received by the City of Post Falls, said hearing to be
held at City Hall at 6:00 p.m. on the 3rd day of March, 2015.
PROPOSED EXPENDITURES
Proposed
FY 14-15
GENERAL FUND:
ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING INSPECTOR
PARKS & RECREATION
OTHER/CONTINGENCY/CAP IMPROV
SUBTOTAL-GF DEPT EXPEND
ANNEXATION FEE ACCOUNT
SUBTOTAL-DED GF ACCOUNTS
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
120,000
120,000
-
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
$
120,000
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS:
911 SUPPORT
TOTAL SPECIAL REV FUND EXPEND
$
$
-
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS:
FACILITY RESERVE ACCOUNT
PARKS IMPACT FEES
STREET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND EXP.
$
$
$
$
-
TOTAL ALL FUND EXPENDITURES
$
120,000
GENERAL FUND:
OTHER REVENUE
GRANT FUNDS
FUND BALANCE REBUDGETED
$
$
$
120,000
-
GENERAL FUND DEDICATED ACCOUNTS:
OTHER REVENUE
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
FUND BALANCE REBUDGETED
TOTAL GENERAL FUND RESOURCES
$
$
$
$
120,000
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS:
FUND BALANCE REBUDGETED
TOTAL SPEC. REV. FUND RESOURCES
$
$
-
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS:
OTHER REVENUE
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS RESOURCES
$
$
$
-
TOTAL ALL ESTIMATED RESOURCES
$
120,000
PROPOSED REVENUES/FUNDING RESOURCES
Expenditure of the monies will be in accordance with the provisions by the Funding source and will not affect property
taxes.
Dated February 13, 2015
City Treasurer
Publish February 16, 2015 and February 23, 2015
FY 2015 GM Kinds and Levels 5% Scale Adjusted.xlsx
Pay
Grade
Administrative
Streets
Parks&Recreation
19
Community Development
*City Engineer
18
*City Prosecutor
17
*IS Administrator
*Maintenance Manager
Planning Manager
Page 1
Hourly Rates
Annual Rates
Minimum
Market
Max
Grade Prog.
Minimum
Market
Max
$
35.32
$
44.16
$
52.99
10%
$ 73,474.78
$ 91,843.47
$ 110,212.16
$
32.11
$
40.14
$
48.17
10%
$ 66,795.25
$ 83,494.06
$ 100,192.88
$
29.19
$
36.49
$
43.79
10%
$ 60,722.95
$ 75,903.69
$
91,084.43
$
26.54
$
33.17
$
39.81
10%
$ 55,202.69
$ 69,003.36
$
82,804.03
$
24.13
$
30.16
$
36.19
9%
$ 50,184.26
$ 62,730.33
$
75,276.39
$
22.13
$
27.67
$
33.20
9%
$ 46,040.61
$ 57,550.76
$
69,060.91
$
20.31
$
25.38
$
30.46
9%
$ 42,239.09
$ 52,798.86
$
63,358.63
$
18.63
$
23.29
$
27.95
9%
$ 38,751.46
$ 48,439.32
$
58,127.19
$
17.09
$
21.37
$
25.64
8%
$ 35,551.80
$ 44,439.74
$
53,327.69
$
15.83
$
19.78
$
23.74
8%
$ 32,918.33
$ 41,147.91
$
49,377.49
$
14.65
$
18.32
$
21.98
8%
$ 30,479.93
$ 38,099.92
$
45,719.90
*Asst. City Engineer
16
*Asst. City Prosecutor
Sr. Staff Engineer
Chief Building Official
15
*Accounting Sup.
*Recreation Manager
*GIS Coordinator
Staff Engineer
Prinicpal Planner
Building Lead
14
Public Information Specialist
Parks Supervisor
Senior Eng. Tech.
*Recreation Supervisor
Associate Planner
Building Supervisor
13
Information Technology Spec.
Urban Forester
Building Inspector
Plumbing/Electrical Inspector
Planner I
12
Lead Mechanic/Fabricator
Engineering Tech.
Facilities Maintenance Sup.
Traffic/Maintenance Supervisor
11
Utility Billing Supervisor
Recreation Coord.
Payroll Coord/Staff Acct.
City Clerk
10
9
Cemetery Sexton
Executive Assistant
Sr. Street Worker
t
Asst. Facilities Supervisor
CSR/Purch Agent/Dep Clerk
Street Worker
Media Production Assistant
Mechanic/Streetworker
Sr. Park Worker
Parks Maint. Worker
Permits Technician
Planning Tech
Utility Billing Tech.
IS Technician
HR Assistant
8/04/14
FY 2015 GM Kinds and Levels 5% Scale Adjusted.xlsx
Pay
Grade
8
Administrative
Streets
Parks&Recreation
Customer Service Rep - Utilities
Page 2
Community Development
Hourly Rates
Annual Rates
Minimum
Market
Max
Grade Prog.
Minimum
Market
Max
Urban Forestry Asst.
$
13.57
$
16.96
$
20.35
8%
$ 28,222.16
$ 35,277.70
$
42,333.24
Recreation Program Asst.
$
12.56
$
15.70
$
18.84
8%
$ 26,131.63
$ 32,664.54
$
39,197.45
$
11.63
$
14.54
$
17.45
8%
$ 24,195.95
$ 30,244.94
$
36,293.93
$
10.77
$
13.46
$
16.16
8%
$ 22,403.66
$ 28,004.58
$
33,605.49
$
9.97
$
12.47
$
14.96
8%
$ 20,744.13
$ 25,930.16
$
31,116.20
$
9.23
$
11.54
$
13.85
8%
$ 19,207.53
$ 24,009.41
$
28,811.29
$
8.55
$
10.69
$
12.83
8%
$ 17,784.75
$ 22,230.94
$
26,677.12
$
7.92
$
9.90
$
11.88
8%
$ 16,467.36
$ 20,584.20
$
24,701.04
Customer Service Rep - AR
CSR (all depts)
7
Maintenance Custodian
6
Acctg. Tech.
Custodian (varied depts.)
5
Seasonal Street Worker
Seasonal Parks Maint. Worker
4
3
Lead Parks Asst.
2
1
Parks Assistant
Range Width = 50% wide from minimum to maximum
25% from minimum to market; 25% from market to maximum
Market rate adjustment recommendation 5%
Grade Progression = 8% between grades 1-11
Grades 12 - 15 = 9%
Grades 16 - 20 = 10%
A
Recreation Lead
$11.50-$15.00
Camp Director
Head Lifeguard
B
*Indicates Exempt Position
Seasonal Recreation Position Grades
Recreation Leader II
C
Recreation Leader I
$8.50-$12.00
$7.25-$11.00
Camp Site Supervisor
Youth Official
Bus Driver
Camp Counselor
Teen Program Supervisor
Lifeguard
Consession Supervisor
Gym/field Supervisor
Specialty Program Instructors: $12.00-$25.00 per hour
AAU/Adult Sports Officials: $13.00-$21.00 per game
D
Recreation Assistant
$7.25-$10.00
ScoreKeeper
Jr. Counselor
8/04/14
Proposed FY 2015 Post Falls Police Department Kinds Levels Chart
Hourly Rates
Pay
Grade
J
I
H
Minimum
Public Safety - Sworn &
ECO Divisions
Annual Rates
Market
Maximum
Minimum
Market
Maximum
Grade
Progression
*Captain
$
34.45
$
43.07
$
51.68
$
71,662.50
$
89,578.13
$
107,493.75
5%
*Sr. Lieutenant
$
32.81
$
41.02
$
49.22
$
68,250.00
$
85,312.50
$
102,375.00
5%
*Lieutenant
$
29.83
$
37.29
$
44.75
$
62,053.99
$
77,567.49
$
93,080.99
10%
*Communications Director
G
Police Sergeant
$
27.12
$
33.90
$
40.68
$
56,412.72
$
70,515.90
$
84,619.08
5%
F
Detective
$
24.66
$
30.82
$
36.99
$
51,291.55
$
64,114.43
$
76,937.32
8%
Emerg. Comm. Shift Supv.
$
22.83
$
28.54
$
34.25
$
47,492.17
$
59,365.22
$
71,238.26
5%
$
21.75
$
27.18
$
32.62
$
45,230.64
$
56,538.30
$
67,845.96
20%
5%
E
Senior Police Officer
K-9 Officer
Lateral Police Officer
D
Police Officer
C
SRO/CPO/Dare & Drug Officer
B
Sr. Emerg. Comm. Officer
$
18.12
$
22.65
$
27.18
$
37,692.35
$
47,115.43
$
56,538.52
A
Emerg. Comm. Officer
$
16.78
$
20.97
$
25.17
$
34,900.32
$
43,625.40
$
52,350.48
Range width=50% wide from minimum to maximum
25% from minimum to market/25% from mkt to max
*Indicates Exempt Position
SPECIAL DUTY PAY
ASSIGNMENTS
FTO
MOTORS
PAT
RANGE MASTERS
K-9
$.75 per hour for the first special duty. $.25 per hour for the second duty with a maximum of $1.00.
Hourly Rates
Pay
Grade
11
Minimum
Public Safety - General
Members
*Management Asst.
Annual Rates
Market
Maximum
Minimum
Market
Maximum
Grade
Progression
$
21.74
$
27.17
$
32.61
$
45,217.73
$
56,522.17
$
67,826.60
8%
$
20.13
$
25.16
$
30.19
$
41,868.27
$
52,335.34
$
62,802.41
8%
$
18.64
$
23.30
$
27.96
$
38,766.92
$
48,458.65
$
58,150.38
8%
$
17.26
$
21.57
$
25.89
$
35,895.30
$
44,869.12
$
53,842.94
8%
$
15.98
$
19.97
$
23.97
$
33,236.38
$
41,545.48
$
49,854.58
8%
$
14.80
$
18.49
$
22.19
$
30,774.43
$
38,468.04
$
46,161.65
8%
$
13.70
$
15.41
$
20.55
$
28,494.84
$
32,056.70
$
42,742.26
8%
$
12.68
$
15.86
$
19.03
$
26,384.11
$
32,980.14
$
39,576.17
8%
3
$
11.75
$
14.68
$
17.62
$
24,429.73
$
30,537.17
$
36,644.60
8%
2
$
10.88
$
13.59
$
16.31
$
22,620.12
$
28,275.16
$
33,930.19
8%
$
10.07
$
12.59
$
15.10
$
20,944.56
$
26,180.70
$
31,416.84
8%
10
9
Sr. Crime Victim Advocate
Sr. Police Mechanic
8
Crime Victim Advocate
Sr. Invest & Evidence Tech
7
Invest. & Evidence Tech.
Comm. Servs. Admin.
Mechanic - Police
6
5
Animal Control Officer
Animal Shelter Manager
4
1
Police Dept. Spec.
OASIS Shelter Aide
FY 2015 Post Falls Water/Reclamation
Kinds & Levels Worksheet
Pay
Grade
Hourly Rates
Public Works
Market
Max
$
30.18
$
37.73
$
45.28
13
$
27.95
$
34.93
$
12
$
25.88
$
32.35
$
23.96
$
$
22.19
14
11
Environmental Manager
Chief Oper - Reclamation
Hourly Rates
Grade
Minimum
Prog
Minimum
Market
Max
8%
$ 62,782.19
$
78,477.73
$
94,173.28
41.92
8%
$ 58,131.65
$
72,664.57
$
87,197.48
$
38.82
8%
$ 53,825.61
$
67,282.01
$
80,738.41
29.95
$
35.94
8%
$ 49,838.52
$
62,298.16
$
74,757.79
$
27.73
$
33.28
8%
$ 46,146.78
$
57,683.48
$
69,220.17
Chief Oper - Water
10
9
Wastewater Oper. Foreman
$
20.54
$
25.68
$
30.81
8%
$ 42,728.50
$
53,410.63
$
64,092.75
8
Senior Lab Tech.
$
19.02
$
23.78
$
28.53
8%
$ 39,563.43
$
49,454.28
$
59,345.14
Sr. WWTP Oper.
$
17.61
$
22.01
$
26.42
8%
$ 36,632.80
$
45,791.00
$
54,949.20
Lab Tech.
$
16.31
$
20.38
$
24.46
8%
$ 33,919.26
$
42,399.08
$
50,878.89
Storm Water Technician
$
15.10
$
18.87
$
22.65
8%
$ 31,406.72
$
39,258.41
$
47,110.09
4
$
13.98
$
17.48
$
20.97
8%
$ 29,080.30
$
36,350.38
$
43,620.45
3
$
12.95
$
16.18
$
19.42
8%
$ 26,926.20
$
33,657.76
$
40,389.31
2
$
11.99
$
14.98
$
17.98
8%
$ 24,931.67
$
31,164.59
$
37,397.51
$
11.10
$
13.87
$
16.65
8%
$ 23,084.88
$
28,856.10
$
34,627.32
7
Cross Conn. Cont. Spec.
Industrial Pre-Treatment Coor.
Sr. Water Oper.
6
5
WWTP Oper.
Water Oper.
1
Seasonal Storm Water Oper
Executive Broadband
.
Grade
Salary Range
A
B
$75K - $100K
HR Director
$86,250 –
$129,375
Chief of Police
Finance Director
Public Services Dir
Park/Rec Director
$115000$150,000
City Administrator
C
Position
Adopted by Council FY 15 CITY OF POST FALLS
ORDINANCE NO.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF POST FALLS, IDAHO, AMENDING THE ANNUAL
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE 1274 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1,
2014, TO REFLECT THE RECEIPT OF UNSCHEDULED REVENUES AND TO
AUTHORIZE EXPENDITURE OF PREVIOUSLY UNBUDGETED FUND BALANCE,
INCREASING AND ESTABLISHING THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR EXPENDITURES IN
VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS AND FUNDS, PROVIDING THAT THE TAX LEVY UPON
TAXABLE PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY IS NOT AFFECTED HEREBY, AND ADOPTING THE
APPLICABLE E KINDS AND LEVELS, PROVIDING THAT ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH ARE SUPERSEDED BY THIS ORDINANCE TO THE EXTENT OF SUCH CONFLICT,
AND PROVIDING THAT THE ORDINANCE SHALL BE EFFECTIVE UPON ITS PUBLICATION DAT
Section 1. That the sum of $120,000 from unexpected revenues and unappropriated fund balances, be,
and the same is hereby appropriated to defray the additional necessary expenses and liabilities of the City of Post
Falls, Kootenai County, Idaho for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2014, thereby amending and superseding prior
appropriations contained in Ordinance 1274 of the City.
Section 2. Purposes and Amounts of Appropriation. That the objects and purposes for which such
additional appropriations are made, and the amounts of such supplemental appropriations are as follows, after
accounting for receipt of unscheduled revenues and authorizing expenditure of previously unappropriated fund
balances:
ADDITIONAL REVENUES/FUNDING RESOURCES
GENERAL FUND:
OTHER REVENUE
TOTAL GENERAL FUND RESOURCES
120,000
120,000
TOTAL PROPOSED REVENUES………………………………………………………………
120,000
ADDITIONAL EXPENDITURES AUTHORIZED
GENERAL FUND:
BUILDING INSPECTOR
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
120,000
120,000
TOTAL PROPOSED EXPENDITURES………………………………………………………….
120,000
Section 3. Tax Levy unaffected. That the tax levy established for the City of Post Falls for the Fiscal year
beginning October 1, 2014, shall be unaffected by this ordinance.
Section 4.
Amendment of Prior Appropriation Ordinance. That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in
conflict with this ordinance are hereby amended and superseded to the extent of such conflict to conform to the
appropriations made by this ordinance. The total appropriated expenditures for the Fiscal year beginning October 1,
2014, as amended by this ordinance, shall be as follows:
AMENDED AUTHORIZED EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
GENERAL FUND:
ADMINISTRATION
FINANCE
CITY CLERK
LEGAL SERVICES
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
SAFETY
PUBLIC WORKS
PARKS & RECREATION
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS/CONTRACTS
PERSONNEL
PERSONNEL POOL
ANNEXATION FEE ACCOUNT
TOTAL GENERAL FUND……………………………………………………………………………… 20,311,258
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS:
COMPREHENSIVE LIABILITY INSURANCE
STREET LIGHTS
911 SUPPORT
DRUG SEIZURE
SPECIAL EVENTS
CEMETERY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUND EXPENDITURES………………………………………………
1,349,061
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS:
FACILITY RESERVE ACCOUNT
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND EXPENDITURES………………………………………………
3,758,231
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS:
LID DEBT SERVICE
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE FUND EXPENDITURES……………………………………………………
207,770
ENTERPRISE FUNDS:
SEWER
SANITATION
WATER
TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND EXPENSES……………………………………………………………… 16,687,098
TOTAL ALL FUND EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES………………………………………………
42,313,418
Section 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon its passage, approval and publication
in one issue of the Post Falls Press, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Post Falls, and the official
newspaper of said City.
PASSED under suspension of the rules upon which a roll call vote was taken and duly enacted an ordinance
of the City of Post Falls, Kootenai County, Idaho at a convened meeting of the City of Post Falls City Council held on
the 3rd day of March 2015.
RONALD G. JACOBSON, MAYOR
ATTEST:
SHANNON HOWARD, CITY CLERK
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