kensington police protection and communi1y services district

kensington police protection and communi1y services district
KENSINGTON POLICE PROTECTION
AND COMMUNI1Y SERVICES DISTRICT
AGENDA
A Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District will be held Thursday, June
13, 2013, at 6:30P.M., at the Community Center. 59 Arlington Avenue. Kensington, California. The Board will enter into Closed Session-1- To
discuss the General Manager/ Chief of Police performance review pursuant to California Government Code Section 549572; 2- Conference with
Labor Negotiators (Section 54957.6): Agency Representatives: Patricia Gillette and Chuck Toombs; Employee Organization: Kensington Police
Officers Association;3- Conference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation (Subdivision 54956.9) Bay View Refuse and Recycling Services Inc.
v. Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District; 4- Conference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation (Subdivision (a) of
Section 54956.9) Leonard Schwartzburd v. Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District The Board will return to Open
Session at approximately 7:00PM. If further Closed Door Session is required, the Board will return to Closed Door Session following the end of
the Open Session Meeting.
All proceedings of the open session meeting will be tape recorded and video taped.
Note:
Roll Call
Public Comments
CLOSED DOOR SESSION
1.
2.
3.
Closed Session
Pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957:
a.
The Board will enter into closed session to discuss the General Manager/ Chief of Police performance
review pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957.
Closed Session
Conference with Labor Negotiators (Section 54957.6): Agency Representatives: Patricia Gillette and Chuck Toombs; Employee
Organization: Kensington Police Officers Association.
Closed Session
Conference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation (Subdivision 54956.9) Bay View Refuse and Recycling Services Inc. v. Kensington
Police Protection and Community Services District.
4.
Closed Session
Conference with Legal Counsel- Existing Litigation (Subdivision (a) of Section 54956.9) Leonard Schwartzburd v. Kensington Police
Protection and Community Services District.
OPEN SESSION
The Board will return to Open Session at approximately 7:00PM and report out on the Closed Door Session.
Second Public Comments
Board Mernber/ Staff Comments
APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
Minutes of the Regular Meeting May 9, 2013, Page 3
Minutes of the Regular Meeting May 28, 2013, Page 11
Profit & Loss Budget Performance for May 2013, Page 13
Park Revenue & Expenses Report for May 2013, Page 18
Board Member Reports-None
Correspondence- Page 29
Police Department Update, Page 31
Monthly Calendar, Page 42
Recreation Report, Page 44
General Manager's Report, Page 45
DISTRICT- OLD BUSINESS
1.
General Manager/ Chief of Police Greg Harman will present to the Board for a second reading the Operating Budget for Fiscal Year
2013/14. Board Action. Page 48 (The Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2013/14 is attached separately to the agenda)
217 Arlington Avenue
•
Kensington, California 94707-1401
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(510) 526-4141
DISTRICT- NEW BUSINESS
1.
General Manager/ Chief of Police Greg Harman will ask the Board's permission to purchase a new patrol vehicle has aulhorized in the
Fiscal Year 2012/13 Operating budget. Board Action. Page 50
2.
General Manager/ Chief of Police Greg Harman will ask the Board's permission to change janitorial service providers for the
Public Safety Building from UBS to All Ways Green Services and for the park restroom from UBS to service provided by Bill Driscoll.
Board Action. Page 82
3.
General Manager/ Chief of Police Greg Harman will ask the Board to pass Resolution 2013-006 for the election of Directors to the
Special District Risk Management Authority Board of Directors. Board Action. Page 93
(If needed, the Board will return to Closed Session following the end of the Open Session meeting.)
ADJOURNMENT
General Information
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NOTE:
UPON REQUEST THE KENSINGTON POLICE PROTECTION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT WILL PROVIDE WRITTEN AGENDA
MATERIALS IN APPROPRIATE ALTERNATIVE FORMATS, OR DISABILITY-RELATED MODIFICATION OR DISABILITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN PUBLIC
MEETINGS. PLEASE SEND A WRITTEN REQUEST, INCLUDING YOUR NAME, MAILING ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER AND A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE
REQUESTED MATERIALS AND PREFERRED ALTERNATIVE FORMAT OR AUXILARY AID OR SERVICE AT LEAST 2 DAYS BEFORE THE MEETING.
REQUESTS SHOULD BE SENT TO:
General Manager/ Chief of Police Greg Harman, Kensington Police Protection & Community Services District, 217 Arlington Ave, Kensington, CA 94707
POSTED: Public Safety Building-Colusa Food-Library-Arlington Kiosk- and at www.kensingtoncalifornia.org
Complete agenda packets are available at the Public Safety Building and the Library.
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Meeting Action Minutes for 5/9/2013
AGENDA
A Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) of the Kensington Police Protection
and Community Services District (KPPCSD) was held Thursday, May 9, 2013, 6:30PM,
at the Community Center, 59 Arlington Avenue, Kensington, California.
ATTENDEES
Elected Members
Members of the Public/Presenters
Tony Lloyd, President
Patricia Gillette, Vice President
Linda Lipscomb, Director
Charles Toombs, Director
Len Welsh, Director
Kay Reed
Dan O'Brien
Jaima Roberts
Katie Gluck
Gayle Tapscott
Staff Members
Gregory E. Harman, GM/Chief of Police
Master Sergeant Ricky Hull (on duty)
Sergeant Kevin Hui (on duty)
Sergeant Keith Barrow (off duty)
Detective Eric Stegman (on duty, adj. hrs.)
Lynn Wolter, District Administrator
Chris Sorensen
Celia Concus
Ray Barraza
Vida Dorroh
Paul Dorroh
Karl Kruger
Mabry Benson
Gloria Morrison
Steven Chang, Lamorena & Chang
Board President Tony Lloyd called the meeting to order at 6:35PM and took a roll call of
the Board members. All members were present.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
None
CLOSED SESSION
At 6:37 the Board entered into Closed Session to:
1. Discnss the General Manager/Chief of Police's performance review pursuant to
California Government Code Section 54957
2. Confer with Labor Negotiators (Section 54957.6). Agency representatives:
Patricia Gillette and Chuck Toombs. Organization: Kensington Police Officers
Association.
OPEN SESSION
At 7: I 0 PM, the Board returned to Open Session.
President Lloyd reported that the Board discussed matters pertaining to personnel and
labor and that things are moving along.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Gayle Tapscott expressed concern about the lawsuit that's been brought against the
District by Kensington residents and said that she doesn't appreciate District time and
money being spent on this. She also said that the last election reflects support of the Chief
and his raise.
BOARD COMMENTS
Director Toombs announced that the Kensington Public Safety Council will present a talk
on seismic retrofitting for homes. The featured speaker will be seismic retrofit expert
Howard Coole. The meeting will be held on Thursday, May 16, at 7:00 PM at the
Community Center.
Director Toombs reported that, since February, the Park Buildings Committee has met
with approximately ten K -groups to discuss proposed plans and financing. He also
announced that, on June 29d', there will be a presentation about the park buildings at the
Kensington Property Owners Association meeting and that, on Saturday, June 15 111 , there
will be a KPPCSD meeting to discuss the park buildings.
Director Lipscomb reported that the State has allowed the debt ceiling to be raised for the
West Contra Costa Unified School District. This will enable the School District to mal(e
use of Measure E funds.
Director Lipscomb reported on the Arlington Streetlights Committee Meeting, held May
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8 to discuss the recently installed streetlights. She reported that the group is in the factgathering phase and is working to find a compromise.
Director Lipscomb reported that she attended the car meet and that is was enjoyable.
Director Lipscomb reported that former KPPCSD Director Joan Gallegos, who has
regularly attended meetings, is in tl1e hospital.
Director Lipscomb thanked Gayle Tapscott for the remarks she made during Public
Comments.
Board President Lloyd reiterated Director Lipscomb's comments about the School
District and Measure E.
Director Welsh reported that the Park and Recreation Committee had met to follow up on
the concerns shared at previous KPPCSD meetings by Dan O'Brien about fire safety with
respect to the park. The committee is working to identify specific problems and to
develop a vegetation management plan. A final proposal, which will include cost
estimates, will be presented to the Board at a future date.
Director Welsh reported that the Path Committee is in the process of setting up formal
discussions with Supervisor John Gioia to establish what the County's responsibilities
will be and what KPPCSD' s responsibilities will be, as the community moves forward
with its efforts to acquire the paths in Kensington. The process will begin by having one
path serve as a pilot program.
Director Gillette thanked Gayle Tapscott for her earlier comments and encouraged others
to also speak out.
Director Gillette expressed her hope that Kensington will assert itself during the
Arlington streetlight modification process.
Director Gillette reported that she'd like to move ahead with scheduling quarterly
community meetings at which one Board member will, informally, speak with residents
about specific topics. Suggested topics were; whether the Board should take positions on
proposed bills in the legislature, undergrounding utilities, and priorities for the upcoming
year.
In response to Director Gillette's comments about the Arlington streetlights, Director
Lipscomb said that there are laws that limit the choices available for lighting this corridor
and, as such, only a few changes can be made.
STAFF COMMENTS
General Manager/ Chief of Police Harman welcomed new the District Administrator,
Lynn Wolter.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman reported that Officer Turner will be honored,
as Officer of the Year, at a dinner at the Exchange Club of Albany on May 22. He
encouraged everyone to attend.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman reported tlmt no overtime was involved with
those officers present at the meeting.
Master Sergeant Hull reported that Officer Ramos has been reassigned to traffic duty.
Master Sergeant Hull reported on the success that's resulted from the recent changes
made to Colusa Circle. These changes have slowed traffic and made the area safer for
pedestrians.
Residents J olm Stein and Katie Gluck said that delivery trucks are continuing to park at
the curb of the Colusa Circle's island, an area that's painted red. Master Sergeant Hull
responded that officers will address this.
Detective Stegman reported that he's been working with various agencies throughout
California to investigate Kensington burglaries and identity thefts and that this work has
resulted in cases being solved.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman followed up by saying that criminals are
coming into Kensington from far away as well as from nearby. This necessitates that
Kensington work with other agencies to solve cases.
CONSENT CALENDAR
MOTION: Director Lipscomb moved to approve the Consent Calendar. Director
Toombs seconded the motion.
Motion passed 5 to 0.
AYES: Lloyd, Gillette, Lipscomb, Toombs, Welsh
NOES: 0
ABSENT:
DISTRICT OLD BUSINESS
General Manger/Chief of Police Harman presented the second reading of the revision to
the KPPCSD Board Manual Policy #4030 "Expense Policy". He reported that this
revision had been worked on for several months and that the first reading ofthe revision
had occurred at the April KPPCSD Board Meeting.
MOTION: Vice President Gillette moved that the revised "Expense Policy" be
adopted as proposed. Director Welsh seconded the motion.
Motion passed 5 - 0.
AYES: Lloyd, Gillette, Lipscomb, Tombs, Welsh
NOES: 0
ABSENT:
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman stated that this new policy replaces the
previous policy in the KPPCSD Board Manual.
DISTRICT NEW BUSINESS
1. County Supervisor John Gioia was scheduled to lead a discussion, along with County
Public Works representatives, on the traffic mitigation efforts occurring in the Colusa
Circle area. General Manager/Chief of Police Harman reported that, because of a
scheduling conflict, Supervisor Gioia had to cancel.
2. Steven Chang, ofLamorena & Chang, presented the Kensington Police Protection and
Community District Fiscal Year 201 0/llAudit. Mr. Chang reported that he found no
problems during the audit. He reviewed the highlights of the financial statements and
concluded that KPPCSD/s financial condition is good.
Director Lipscomb asked Mr. Chang if he had tested to ensure the presence of receipts.
Mr. Chang replied that he had conducted statistical sampling, which was haphazard, to
draw the conclusion that adequate controls are in place and that there were no problems
with respect to receipts.
Director Lipscomb asked Mr. Chang how long he'd been performing audits for public
agencies. He replied that he'd been doing so since 1984.
President Lloyd pointed out that there had been conjectures made that KPPCSD's
bookkeeping might be suspect. Mr. Chang reiterated that he found no problems during
his audit and that KPPCSD' s controls are adequate.
General Mmmger/Chief of Police Harmm1 summarized how KPPCSD disbursements are
made. Staff produces documents (checks m1d transmittal report) twice per month.
Afterwm-ds, two directors must sign off on each transmittal report before it and the
corresponding checks are submitted to the County. Then, the County reviews the
transmittal form m1d, if all is in order from its perspective, signs the checks. General
Manager/Chief of Police Harman emphasized that no one person has the ability to write a
check.
3. General Manager/Chief of Police Harman presented, for discussion and possible
approval, Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District Resolution
2013-005, Confirming the Assessment m1d Ordering the Levy for the Kensington Park
Assessment District for Fiscal Year 2013/14.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman said that approval of this resolution, which is
the last step in the assessment increase process, would increase the park O&M
assessment for dwellings by $0.35 to $14.87.
MOTION: Moved by Director Toombs to approve, as read, Resolution 2013-005.
Seconded by Director Lipscomb.
Motion passed 5 - 0.
AYES: Lloyd, Gillette, Lipscomb, Tombs, Welsh
NOES: 0
ABSENT:
7
4. General Manger/Chief of Police Harman presented the Preliminary Operating Budget
for Fiscal Year 2013/14 to the Board.
General Manger/Chief of Police Harman thanked the Finance Committee members
(Director Lipscomb, Director Toombs, Paul Haxo, Pat McLaughlin, Gloria Morrison,
Karl Kruger, and Elena Caruthers). He reported that the Finance Committee met in April
to review the budget and that the committee proposed a number of cuts. General
Manager/Chief of Police Harman reviewed the proposed cuts, several of which reduced
specific line items by 50%. He said that the proposed cuts reduced expenses, overall, by
approximately $96,000. These reductions, combined with other changes, plus the
anticipated receipt of COPS funds in the amount of $100,000 (which cannot be included
in the budget), reduced the projected shortfall to approximately $51,000.
Vice President Gillette noted that the budget makes no allowance for raises for the police
officers, and she questioned whether the severe cuts were realistic.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman responded that he won't be able operate the
District within this proposed budget.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman summarized the 5-year history of property
taxes received by the KPPCSD. This revenue source (13% of property tax receipts, as
compared to the 31% received by the Kensington Fire Protection District) has been static.
He advised that increasing the amount collected from Measure G is the only way to
increase revenue. Adjusted for CPI, the amount that could be collected would be between
$215 and $220 per residential parcel. The amount currently being collected is $179.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman recommended that the Board increase the
amount collected in order not to continue drawing down reserves to meet operating
expenses.
Director Lipscomb said that she was surprised that property tax revenue has remained
static, given tl1e rebound in the housing market, and said that she would do some research
on the matter.
President Lloyd called the budget depressing. He said that the District cannot save its
way out of this financial problem m1d that the District cmmot continue to fall behind. He
went on to say that a strategic plan is needed, that the District cannot be expected to
operate with resources cut in half, and that the General Manger/Chief of Police needs
adequate resources and tools to run the business.
Director Welsh said that, while he appreciated the attempt to cut costs, doing so was a
process of denial. He said that he would prefer a frank discussion of what the District is
actually going to spend.
Vice President Gillette said that the District needs to think about Measure G.
Director Lipscomb described the budget as a management tool and said that running a
tight ship is different from a budget that is unrealistic.
Director Toombs recommended that General Manager/Chief of Police Harman discuss
with the District's CPA, Debbie Russell, whether is makes sense to purchase vehicles out
of the Capital Outlay account and then include the annual depreciation amount for those
vehicles in the Operating Budget in order to reimburse the Capital Outlay account over
the life of each vehicle.
At 9:45 President Lloyd interrupted the meeting to remind the Directors that a motion
was needed if the Board wanted to continue the meeting past 10:00 PM.
MOTION: Director Lipscomb moved, and Director Welsh seconded, that the
meeting be extended until the last item was finished.
Motion passed 5-0.
AYES: Lloyd, Gillette, Lipscomb, Tombs, Welsh
NOES: 0
ABSENT:
John Stein said that he didn't think the proposed budget was much of a plan and urged
the Board to collect the maximum amount for Measure G, which had been approved by
over 2/3 of the community. Mr. Stein also expressed concern about the amount being
contributed to CalPERS for retired employees' medical coverage, saying that the amount
likely is far short of what will be needed. He also expressed concern that the proposed
operating budget makes no allowances for investments in the future. He concluded by
recommending that budgets include a SLunmary sheet describing assumptions made in the
compilation of District budgets.
Director Toombs said that the District will need approximately $50,000 for the upcoming
RFP for garbage service and that a bond is being considered as the financing mechanism
for needed Community Center improvements.
Jolm Stein pointed out that there is no line item for unforeseen expenses. He also said that
what he cares about most is the Police Department and that he's concerned that it can't be
run on the proposed stripped-down budget.
Vice President Gillette summarized suggestions:
• Talk to CPA, Debbie Russell, about possible accounting changes, with respect to
• vehicle purchases.
• Re-examine proposed cuts- are they realistic?
• Re-examine CalPERS retired medical contributions- are they adequate?
Director Welsh said that he would like to see a more conservative approach to the retired
medical actuarial report to ensure that adequate funds will be available when needed in
the future.
Director Toombs recommended a re-convening of the Finance Committee to take into
account the aforementioned comments. It was the consensus of the Board that this would
be a good next step.
Vice President Gillette and President Lloyd complimented the General Manager/Chief of
Police on the budget.
5. General Manager/Chief of Police Harman asked that the Board hire HF &H
Consultants of Walnut Creek to prepare a 2013 rate review for Bay View Refuse and
Recycling Services, a requirement that resulted from recent arbitration between the hauler
andKPPCSD.
General Manager/Chief of Police Harman summarized the results of the recent
arbitration: no rate increase was granted to Bay View Refuse and Recycling; and a rate
review was to be performed for 2013. He said that the District had used HF &H in the past
and that the contract proposed by the company was for an amount not to exceed $28,493.
Director Lipscomb asked if the cost of the rate review would be paid for ont of the
Franchise Fee Reserve Account. General Manager/Chief of Police Harman replied that
the District has spent all the money in this account on legal fees. However, the District
could run a negative balance in the account and then replenish it upon receipt of future
franchise fees.
Discussion ensued and the Directors concluded that the background section should be
deleted from the document.
MOTION: Vice President Gillette moved, and Director Welsh seconded, to approve
the contract, contingent upon deletion of the background section.
Motion passed 5-0.
AYES: Lloyd, Gillette, Lipscomb, Tombs, Welsh
NOES: 0
ABSENT:
MOTION: Vice President Gillette moved, and Director Welsh seconded, that the
meeting be adjourned.
Motion passed 5-0.
AYES: Lloyd, Gillette, Lipscomb, Tombs, Welsh
NOES: 0
ABSENT:
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Meeting Action Minutes for 5/28/13
AGENDA
A Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors (BOD) of the Kensington Police Protection
and Community Services District (KPPCSD) was held Tuesday, May 28,2013, 6:30PM,
at the Community Center Room #3, 59 Arlington Avenue, Kensington, California.
ATTENDEES
Elected Members
Members of the Public/Presenters
Tony Lloyd, President
Linda Lipscomb, Director
Charles Toombs, Director
Len Welsh, Director
Staff Members
Gregory E. Harman, GM/Chief of Police
Lynn Wolter, District Administrator
Board President Tony Lloyd called the meeting to order at 6:35PM and took a roll call of
the Boardmemhers. Present: Director Chuck Toombs, President Tony Lloyd, Director
Linda Lipscomb, and Director Len Welsh. Absent: Vice President Patricia Gillette.
PUBLIC
COMME~JS
None
BOARD COMMENTS
None
STAFFCOMMENT~
District Administrator Wolter asked if two Board members could come to the District
office to sign the Transmittal Form on Wednesday, May 29,2013, between noon and
12:30. President Lloyd and Director Welsh said they would do so.
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CLOSED SESSION
At 6:39PM, the Board entered into Closed Session to review and calibrate the General
Manager/Chief of Police's performance evaluation process for 2012/13 and to identify
criteria for his 2013114 performance objectives.
OPEN SESSION
AT 7:4 7 PM, the Board returned to Open Session.
President Lloyd reported that the Board met and discussed the process for the OM/Chief
of Police's compensation implementation. There will be meetings of the Board in June
and July. The final meeting regarding this item will be held on July 10, 2013, and the
conclusion of the process will occur on .July 12,2013. The Board will adhere to the
process contained in the KPPCSD Policy Manual.
MOTION: Director Lipscomb moved and Director Welsh seconded that
the meeting be adjourned.
Motion passed 4- 0.
AYES: Lloyd, Lipscomb, Tombs, Welsh NOES: 0 ABSENT: Vice
President Gillette
The meeting was adjourned at 7:48PM.
((f.
Memorandum
Kensington Police Department
To:
KPPCSD Board of Directors
APPROVED
From:
YES
NO
----o
o
Gregory E. Harman, Geneal Manager/ Chief of Police
FORWARDED TO:
Date:
Thursday, June 06, 2013
Subject:
Consent Calendar Item C- Unaudited Profit & Loss Report
Variances in revenue and expenses for the month, as well as year to date fiscal
projections can be found in the "Budget" portion of the General Manager's Report.
KPD Memo (04/05) *
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KPPCSD
Unaudited Profit & Loss Budget Performance
5:22PM
06/04/13
May 2013
Accrual Basis
May 13
Ordinary Income/Expense
Income
400 · Police Activities Re ...
401 · Levy Tax
402 · Special Tax-Police
403 · Mise Tax-Police
404 · Measure G Suppl...
410 ·Police Fees/Servi ...
414 ·POST Reimburse ..•
415 · Grants-Police
416 ·Interest-Police
418 ·Mise Police lnco ...
-1,510.31
0.00
0.00
0.00
40.00
117.23
26,583.59
0.00
2,895.56
Total400 ·Police Activiti ...
28,126.07
420 · Park/Rec Activities ...
424 ·Special Tax-L&L
426 · Park Donations
427 · Community Cent. ..
436 · lnterest-Park/Rec
438 · Mise Park/Rec Rev
0.00
0.00
840.00
0.00
96.00
Total 420 · Park/Rec Acti ...
936.00
440 · District Activities R. ..
448 · Franchise Fees
456 · Interest-District
458 · Mise District Rev ...
0.00
0.00
0.00
Total 440 · District Activi...
Total Income
Expense
500 · Police Sal & Ben
502 · Salary - Officers
504 · Compensated Ab ...
Budget
50.00
1,250.00
1,300.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
76,643.48
0.00
1,238,098.69
681,220.00
0.00
405,614.00
1,408.15
1,648.24
65,620.13
2,605.83
21,693.70
2,417,908.74
32,660.80
0.00
18,208.00
0.00
727.00
51,595.80
13,558.64
341.74
60.00
0.00
29,062.07
Jul '12- May .•.
3,300.00
74,175.58
YTD Budget
Annual Budget
1,275,000.00
680,000.00
50.00
405,614.00
1,500.00
1,275,000.00
680,000.00
50.00
405,614.00
2,000.00
2,250.00
13,750.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
2,378,164.00
2,380,664.00
30,000.00
30,000.00
500.00
24,000.00
200.00
500.00
22,000.00
150.00
375.00
52,525.00
15,000.00
375.00
55,200.00
20,000.00
500.00
13,960.38
15,375.00
20,500.00
2,483,464.92
2,446,064.00
2,456,364.00
838,871.57
6,601.89
815,931.42
10,000.00
890,107.00
10,000.00
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KPPCSD
5:22PM
06/04/13
Unaudited Profit & Loss Budget Performance
May 2013
Accrual Basis
May 13
506 · Overtime
508 • Salary - Non-Swo ...
516 ·Uniform Allowance
518 ·Safety Equipment
521-A · MedicaiNision ..•
521-R · MedicaiNision ...
521-T · MedicaiNision/...
522 · Insurance - Police
523 · Social Security/...
524 · Social Security - ...
527 · PERS -District P...
528 · PERS - Officers ...
530 · Workers Comp
5,316.46
4,544.12
666.60
750.00
27,203.03
21,645.57
000
245.00
1,272.11
316.57
26,065.06
6,957.86
0.00
Total 500 · Police Sal & ...
171,625.86
550 · Other Police Expen ...
552 · Expendable Poli...
553 · Range/Ammuniti ...
560 · Crossing Guard
562 · Vehicle Operation
564 · Communications ...
566 · Radio Maintenan ...
568 · Prisoner/Case Ex...
570 · Training
572 · Recruiting
574 ·Reserve Officers
576 · Misc. Dues, Meal ...
580 · Utilities - Police
581 · Bldg Repairs/MaL..
582 · Expendable Offic ...
588 · Telephone(+Rich ...
590 · Housekeeping
592 · Publications
594 · Community Polic...
-181.74
0.00
1,096.20
2,721.18
7,788.81
67.66
232.89
603.42
0.00
60.00
0.00
69.40
0.00
301.48
786.16
347.65
000
11.96
Budget
3,333.33
4,333.33
666.67
12,537.67
14,888.50
436.67
1,208.50
268.66
25,446.34
6,735.84
144,031.09
150.00
822.16
4,766.66
11,830.00
1,812.50
533.34
1,083.33
1,083.34
675.00
260.41
83.34
500.00
1,385.00
333.33
250.00
125.00
Jul'12- May .•.
YTD Budget
Annual Budget
46,676.37
23,869.87
7,331.29
1,250.00
154,834.58
142,365.87
145,720.00
4,294.00
13,404.98
1,560.24
285,241.31
76,143.18
53,252.97
4,803.33
13,293.50
2,955.34
279,909.66
74,094.16
45,349.60
40,000.00
52,000.00
8,000.00
6,000.00
150,452.00
178,662.00
-32,942.00
5,240.00
14,502.00
3,224.00
305,356.00
80,830.00
56,687.00
1,801,418.12
1,644,691.47
1,768,118.00
1,266.80
3,114.66
8,577.77
47,101.04
99,853.78
19,955.04
11,643.03
6,395.02
2,154.00
216.00
2,670.00
6,897.36
464.90
5,163.56
8,269.05
3,829.43
2,477.63
2,089.71
1,650.00
4,000.00
9,043.84
52,433.34
130,130.00
19,937.50
5,866.66
11,916.67
11,916.66
7,425.00
2,864.59
6,666.67
916.66
5,500.00
15,235.00
3,666.67
2,750.00
1,375.00
1,800.00
4,000.00
9,866.00
57,200.00
141,960.00
21,750.00
6,400.00
13,000.00
13,000.00
8,100.00
3,125.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
6,000.00
16,620.00
4,000.00
3,000.00
1,500.00
36,666.63
47,666.67
7,333.33
5,000.00
137,914.33
163,773.50
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KPPCSD
5:22PM
06/04/13
Unaudited Profit & Loss Budget Performance
May 2013
Accrual Basis
May 13
596 ·WEST-NET/CAL 1. ..
599 · Police Taxes Ad ...
550 · Other Police Exp ...
Budget
0.00
813.06
1,390.00
Jul '12- May ...
YTD Budget
Annual Budget
13,130.00
3,243.79
1,390.00
13,130.00
3,200.00
13,130.00
3,200.00
Total 550 · Other Police ...
16,108.13
25,693.41
249,902.57
309,624.26
336,651.00
600 · Park/Rec Sal & Ben
601 · Park & Rec Admi ...
602 · Custodian
623 · Social Security/...
561.75
1,750.00
0.00
541.66
1,750.00
41.41
5,728.75
19,250.00
339.16
5,958.34
19,250.00
455.59
6,500.00
21,000.00
497.00
Total 600 · Park/Rec Sal ...
635 · Park/Recreation Ex...
640 · Community Cent...
642 · Utilities-Comm ...
643 · Janitorial Supp...
646 · Community Ce...
Total 640 · Community•..
660 · Annex Expenses
662 · Utilities -Annex
Total 660 ·Annex Exp .•.
670 · Gardening Suppl ...
672 · Kensington Park ...
678 · Mise Park/Rec E...
Total 635 · Park/Recreati. ..
800 · District Expenses
810 ·Computer Mainte...
820 · Cannon Copier C...
830 · Legal (District/Pe...
835 · Consulting
840 · Accounting
850 · Insurance
2,311.75
319.83
12.43
16.80
349.06
298.18
2,333.07
391.34
166.66
558.00
125.00
25,317.91
5,846.31
957.61
1,588.26
8,392.18
298.18
25,663.93
4,304.66
750.00
1,833.34
6,888.00
1,375.00
27,997.00
4,696.00
750.00
2,000.00
7,446.00
1,500.00
298.18
125.00
298.18
1,375.00
1,500.00
0.00
5,949.17
0.00
83.34
6,825.66
83.33
0.00
63,057.60
-1,565.80
916.66
75,082.34
916.67
1,000.00
81,908.00
1,000.00
6,596.41
1,357.00
408.78
0.00
0.00
2,600.00
0.00
7,675.33
2,572.41
558.34
5,416.66
1,825.00
70,182.16
22,046.96
4,703.17
139,206.18
2,500.43
32,056.25
28,919.80
85,178.67
92,854.00
28,296.59
6,141.66
59,583.34
30,869.00
6,700.00
65,000.00
28,250.00
30,000.00
30,075.00
30,000.00
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KPPCSD
5:22PM
Unaudited Profit & Loss Budget Performance
06/04/13
May 2013
Accrual Basis
May 13
860
865
870
890
898
· Election
· Police Bldg. Lease
· County Expendit. ..
· Waste/Recycle
· Misc. Expenses
Total 800 ·District Expe ...
950 · Capital Outlay
962 · Patrol Cars
963 · Patrol Car Acces ...
969 · Computer Equip...
978 · Pk/Rec Furn/Eq
Total 950 · Capital Outlay
Total Expense
Net Ordinary Income
Other Income/Expense
Other Expense
700 · Bond Issue Expen ...
701 · Bond Proceeds
710 ·Bond Admin.
715 · Bond Interest Inc...
720 · Bond Principal
730 · Bond Interest
Total 700 · Bond Issue E...
Total Other Expense
Net Other Income
Net Income
Budget
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
375.00
3,041.66
866.67
4,740.78
14,280.74
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Jul '12- May .•.
0.00
30,596.00
20,414.81
107,951.06
8,328.89
396,723.55
0.00
0.00
0.00
2,165.69
0.00
YTD Budget
Annual Budget
6,000.00
30,596.00
19,900.00
33,458.34
9,533.33
6,000.00
30,596.00
19,900.00
36,500.00
10,400.00
251,759.26
266,040.00
8,000.00
23,000.00
10,000.00
8,000.00
2,165.69
8,000.00
41,000.00
201,382.93
194,013.64
2,545,710.00
2,324,917.59
2,532,660.00
-172,320.86
-190,713.64
-62,245.08
121,146.41
-76,296.00
-179,881.98
11,735.78
-159.22
112,110.74
48,705.47
0.00
2,263.11
0.00
0.00
0.00
2,263.11
-7,489.21
2,263.11
-7,489.21
-2,263.11
0.00
7,489.21
0.00
0.00
-174,583.97
-190,713.64
-54,755.87
121,146.41
-76,296.00
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Memorandum
Kensington Police Department
To:
KPPCSD Board of Directors
APPROVED
YES
D
From:
NO
D
Gregory E. Harman, Geneal Manager/ Chief of Police
FORWARDED TO:
Date:
Thursday, June 06, 2013
Subject:
Consent Calendar Item D- Park Revenue & Expenses
The KPPCSD Board and the Park Buildings Committee has requested a separate and
detailed accounting of park revenues and expenses.
This information is obtained through our QuickBooks software. Revenue and expenses
from July 1, 2012 through May 31, 2013 is attached to this memo.
KPD Memo (04/05) *
KPPCSD
5:25PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
-
Date
420 · Park/Rec Activities Revenue
424 · Special Tax-L&L
10/8/2012
General Journal
Num
JV07 ...
Name
CCC Taxes-LLD
Memo
Split
Amount
SPASSESS ...
146 · Advance ...
32,660.80
Total424 · Special Tax-L&L
427 · Community Center Revenue
7/26/2012
Deposit
7/26/2012
Deposit
8/7/2012
Deposit
8/7/2012
Deposit
8/21/2012
Deposit
8/21/2012
Deposit
10/1/2012
Deposit
10/1/2012
Deposit
Deposit
10/1/2012
10/17/2012
Deposit
10/17/2012
Deposit
10/17/2012
Deposit
11/16/2012
Deposit
11/16/2012
Deposit
11/16/2012
Deposit
11/16/2012
Deposit
11/16/2012
Deposit
12/27/2012
Deposit
12/27/2012
Deposit
12/27/2012
Deposit
1/7/2013
Deposit
217/2013
Deposit
217/2013
Deposit
3/4/2013
Deposit
3/4/2013
Deposit
4/18/2013
Deposit
4/18/2013
Deposit
5/20/2013
Deposit
5/20/2013
Deposit
32,660.80
316
V913 ...
1696
1062
395
139
1613
147
1097
160
1559
175
40497
103
149
156
826
162
1008
6651
170
218
179
184
245
2914
2925
CC Rental Ju ...
Rental of roo ...
CC Rental on ...
CC Rental on ...
GPFF 50 hou ...
Wake up to A. ..
Aug 5 rental ...
Wake Up to ...
East Bay Coil. ..
CC Rental for...
CC Rental for. ..
CC Rental for...
CC Rental
CC Rental
CC Rental
Oct payment ...
Wake Up to ...
CC Renta112 ...
Wake Up to ...
CC Rental Fri. ..
First Half 2013
CC Rental 1-...
Alanon Rent
CC Rental
Wake Up to ...
Wake up for ...
CC Rental
Alanon April ...
Alanon May ...
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
1,000.00
60.00
700.00
650.00
1,650.00
45.00
50.00
45.00
598.00
400.00
600.00
100.00
50.00
300.00
850.00
45.00
45.00
450.00
45.00
400.00
7,500.00
600.00
45.00
300.00
45.00
45.00
750.00
45.00
45.00
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KPPCSD
5:25PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Deposit
Deposit
Deposit
Date
5/20/2013
5/20/2013
5/20/2013
Num
1542
375
Name
Memo
Split
CC Rental- K .. .
CC Rental- K .. .
CC Rental- L. ..
112 ·General .. .
112 ·General .. .
112 ·General .. .
Amount
Total427 · Community Center Revenue
438 · Mise Park/Rec Rev
Deposit
7/26/2012
Deposit
7/26/2012
10/17/2012
Deposit
Deposit
10/17/2012
Deposit
10/17/2012
Deposit
11/16/2012
Deposit
11/16/2012
Deposit
2/7/2013
Deposit
2/7/2013
Deposit
2/7/2013
Deposit
4/18/2013
5/20/2013
Deposit
Total438 ·Mise Park!Rec Rev
Total420 · Park/Rec Activities Revenue
TOTAL
3283
3687
430
3734
3291
3306
3816
3330
1517
3863
3912
3349
125.00
250.00
375.00
18,208.00
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
Tennis Court .. .
12 week tenn .. .
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
80.00
40.00
12.50
40.00
80.00
96.00
40.00
120.00
42.50
40.00
40.00
96.00
727.00
51,595.80
51,595.80
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KPPCSD
5:25PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Date
Num
600 · Park/Rec Sal & Ben
601 · Park & Rec Administrator
7/13/2012
Paycheck
7/30/2012
Paycheck
8/15/2012
Paycheck
8/30/2012
Paycheck
Paycheck
9/14/2012
9/28/2012
Paycheck
Paycheck
10/15/2012
Paycheck
10/30/2012
11/15/2012
Paycheck
11/30/2012
Paycheck
12/14/2012
Paycheck
12/28/2012
Paycheck
Paycheck
1/15/2013
1/30/2013
Paycheck
Paycheck
2/15/2013
2/28/2013
Paycheck
3/15/2013
Paycheck
3/29/2013
Paycheck
4/12/2013
Paycheck
4/29/2013
Paycheck
Paycheck
5/14/2013
5/29/2013
Paycheck
Name
Memo
Split
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
DiNapoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Di Napoli, Andrea
Amount
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
5,728.75
Total 601 · Park & Rec Administrator
602 · Custodian
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
7/13/2012
7/30/2012
8/15/2012
8/30/2012
9/14/2012
9/28/2012
10/15/2012
10/30/2012
101.75
275.25
312.75
290.50
199.75
225.25
275.50
305.50
272.00
291.75
239.25
268.50
282.75
265.25
302.00
239.75
286.25
204.25
312.75
216.25
280.50
281.25
14073
14103
14136
14180
14215
14252
14275
14314
William Driscoll
William Driscoll
William Driscoll
William Driscoll
William Driscoll
William Driscoll
William Driscoll
William Driscoll
Invoice #0079
Invoice #0080
August 1-15, ...
August 16-31 ...
Sept 1-15, 20 ...
Sept 16-30, 2 ...
Oct 1-15, 201 ...
Oct 16-31, 20 ...
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
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KPPCSD
5:25PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Date
11/15/2012
11/30/2012
12/17/2012
12/31/2012
1/15/2013
1/30/2013
2/15/2013
2/28/2013
3/15/2013
3/29/2013
4/15/2013
4/30/2013
5/15/2013
5/30/2013
Num
14334
14358
14409
14454
14464
14483
14525
14553
14603
14615
14647
14682
14702
14729
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
William
Name
Memo
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
Driscoll
lnv#0087 N...
lnv#0088 No ...
lnv#0090 DE ...
DEC. 16-31, ...
Jan 1-15,2013
Jan 16-31,20...
Feb 1-15,2013
Feb 15-28,20 ...
March 1-15, ...
March 16-31 ,...
Com. Center ...
Com. Center ...
Com. Center ...
Com. Center ...
Split
Amount
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 · General
112 · General
112 · General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
19,250.00
Total 602 · Custodian
623 · Social Security/Medicare - Dist
SSA. ..
General Journal
7/15/2012
General Journal
7/30/2012
SSA. ..
8/15/2012
SSA. ..
General Journal
8/30/2012
SSA. ..
General Journal
General Journal
9/15/2012
SSA. ..
9/30/2012
SSA. ..
General Journal
SSA. ..
General Journal
10/15/2012
SSA. ..
General Journal
10/30/2012
SSA. ..
General Journal
11/15/2012
SSA. ..
General Journal
11/30/2012
General Journal
12/15/2012
SSA. ..
12/30/2012
SSA. ..
General Journal
1/15/2013
SSA. ..
General Journal
SSA. ..
General Journal
1/30/2013
2/15/2013
SSA. ..
General Journal
2/28/2013
SSA. ..
General Journal
3/15/2013
SSA. ..
General Journal
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
875.00
07/01-07/15/12
07/16-07/31/12
08/01-08/15/12
08/16-08/31/12
09/01-09/15/12
09/16-09/30/12
10/01-10/15/12
10/16-10/31/12
11/01-11/15/12
11/16-11/30/12
12/01-12/15/12
12/16-12/31/12
01/01-01/15/13
01/16-01/31/13
02/01-02/15/13
02/16-02/28/13
03/01-03/15/13
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
523 · Social
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S...
S ...
S...
7.78
21.06
23.92
22.22
15.28
17.24
21.07
23.37
20.80
22.32
18.30
20.54
21.63
20.30
23.10
18.34
21.89
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KPPCSD
5:25PM
Account QuickReport
06104113
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Date
Num
Total 623 · Social Security/Medicare- Dist
Total600 · Park!Rec Sal & Ben
TOTAL
Name
Memo
Split
Amount
339.16
25,317.91
25,317.91
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KPPCSD
5:27PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Date
635 · Park/Recreation Expenses
640 · Community Center Expenses
642 · Utilities-Community Center
7/13/2012
Check
7/13/2012
Check
7/30/2012
Check
7/30/2012
Check
8/15/2012
Check
8/15/2012
Check
8/15/2012
Check
8/30/2012
Check
8/30/2012
Check
9/14/2012
Check
9/14/2012
Check
9/14/2012
Check
10/15/2012
Check
10/15/2012
Check
10/15/2012
Check
11/15/2012
Check
11/15/2012
Check
11/15/2012
Check
11/15/2012
Check
11/30/2012
Check
12/14/2012
Check
12/14/2012
Check
1/15/2013
Check
1/15/2013
Check
1/30/2013
Check
1/30/2013
Check
2/15/2013
Check
2/15/2013
Check
2/15/2013
Check
3/15/2013
Check
3/15/2013
Check
3/15/2013
Check
~
Num
14074
14095
14109
14109
14135
14143
14154
14177
14184
14204
14204
14205
14262
14263
14270
14331
14336
14337
14339
14362
14391
14393
14465
14474
14495
14495
14528
14544
14548
14585
14598
14600
Name
Pacific Telemanage ...
PG&E
EBMUD
EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
PG&E
EBMUD
Olivero Plumbing Co.
Pacific Telemanage ...
EBMUD
EBMUD
PG&E
PG&E
EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
Pacific Telemanage ...
EBMUD
PG&E
EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
PG&E
EBMUD
PG&E
Pacific Telemanage ...
EBMUD
. EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
PG&E
EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
PG&E
EBMUD
Memo
monthly fee f ...
5692102339-...
service provi ...
service pro vi...
monthly fee f ...
Community C...
2 Arlmont 06/. ..
Backflow Tes ...
monthly fee f ...
Acct # 55376 ...
Acct # 11217 ...
Community C ...
Community C ...
Acct #30801 ...
monthly fee f ...
monthly fee f ...
Acct# 55376 ...
Community C...
ACCT#12179 ...
monthly fee f ...
Community C...
ACCT#30801 ...
Community C...
monthly fee f ...
840 Coventry...
1 Windsor Sc...
monthly fee f...
Community C ...
2 Arlmont Dr.
monthly fee f ...
Community C...
840 Coventry ...
Amount
Split
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 · General
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
78.00
183.22
25.24
177.80
78.00
168.78
378.53
112.00
78.00
211.42
26.74
168.89
189.80
236.98
78.00
78.00
169.08
248.96
26.74
78.00
306.51
124.84
330.13
78.00
30.75
180.36
78.00
295.26
92.80
78.00
257.33
26.74
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5:27PM
Account QuickReport
06104113
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
General Journal
Check
Check
General Journal
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Date
3/27/2013
3/29/2013
3/29/2013
3/29/2013
3/29/2013
4/15/2013
4/30/2013
4/30/2013
4/30/2013
5/15/2013
5/30/2013
5/30/2013
Num
VD 1...
14618
14619
VD 1...
14632
14641
14673
14674
14696
14723
14736
14747
Name
Memo
EBMUD
EBMUD
EBMUD
EBMUD
EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
PG&E
EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
PG&E
EBMUD
Pacific Telemanage ...
Reverse of G...
1 Windsor Av ...
1 Windsor Ave
For CHK 146...
1 Windsor Av ...
Pay Phone C...
Community C...
Community C ...
Pay Phone C ...
Community C...
840 Coventry
Pay Phone C ...
Split
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 · General
Amount
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
5,846.31
Total 642 · Utilities-Community Center
643 · Janitorial Supplies
8/30/2012
Check
9/14/2012
Check
9/14/2012
Check
10/15/2012
Check
4/15/2013
Check
4/15/2013
Check
5/15/2013
Check
14178
14208
14208
14281
14639
14651
14711
UBS
Kensington
Kensington
Kensington
UBS
Kensington
Kensington
Home a ...
Home a ...
Home a ...
Home a ...
Home a ...
Janitorial Sup ...
Bill Communi...
Bill Light
Sep 2012 lnv...
Multi fold tow...
Community C...
Community C...
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
559.39
40.32
142.44
78.17
104.81
20.05
12.43
957.61
Total 643 · Janitorial Supplies
646 · Community Center Repairs
10/30/2012
Check
12/14/2012
Check
12/14/2012
Check
12/14/2012
Check
1/15/2013
Check
4/15/2013
Check
5/15/2013
Check
-154.04
154.04
0.00
154.04
231.28
78.00
216.12
98.14
78.00
215.09
26.74
78.00
14310
14389
14389
14389
14470
14657
14711
Total 646 · Community Center Repairs
KEL-AIRE
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Kensington Home a ...
Mighetto Electric
Kensington Home a ...
service call, i. ..
Cleaning of C...
Removal of R. ..
Removal and ...
Bill-Communi. ..
Invoice# 257 ...
Community C...
112 · General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
112 ·General
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
484.23
240.00
200.00
280.00
21.81
345.42
16.80
1,588.26
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KPPCSD
5:27PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Date
Num
Name
Memo
Split
Total640 ·Community Center Expenses
660 · Annex Expenses
662 · Utilities -Annex
Check
5/30/2013
14736
8,392.18
EBMUD
Annex 1 Win ...
112 ·General ...
Total 662 · Utilities- Annex
298.18
298.18
Total660 ·Annex Expenses
672 · Kensington Park O&M
General Journal
7/1/2012
Check
7/13/2012
Check
7/13/2012
Check
7/13/2012
Check
7/30/2012
7/30/2012
Check
Check
7/30/2012
7/30/2012
Check
7/30/2012
Check
7/30/2012
Check
7/30/2012
Check
8/15/2012
Check
Check
8/21/2012
8/21/2012
Check
9/14/2012
Check
Check
9/14/2012
9/14/2012
Check
9/14/2012
Check
Check
9/14/2012
Check
9/14/2012
9/14/2012
Check
9/28/2012
Check
9/28/2012
Check
10/15/2012
Check
Check
10/15/2012
Amount
298.18
REV ...
14077
14077
14078
14109
14115
14115
14115
14115
14115
14115
14138
14164
14164
14204
14214
14221
14221
14221
14221
14221
14251
14251
14261
14273
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
UBS
EBMUD
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
UBS
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
EBMUD
UBS
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Fernando Herrera
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
NBS Government Fi ...
NBS
July's month!...
branch remo ...
park services ...
service provi. ..
2" water main ...
stump remov...
7/14/12 grind ...
drinking fount...
oak tree bran ...
bench repair
park services ...
Monthly Main ...
removed bro ...
Acct # 55377 ...
Park Restroo ...
Sept. month!...
removal & ha ...
removal, fabri. ..
removal of of...
repair chain li. ..
Fix broken sp ...
cut down dea ...
Oct Monthly ...
LMD
153 · Prepaid ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
112 · General ...
112 · General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
1,108.86
2,050.00
835.00
584.00
1,363.40
345.00
125.00
120.00
90.00
180.00
135.00
447.81
2,050.00
320.00
1,614.96
584.00
2,031.54
420.00
2,200.00
1,600.00
80.00
320.00
280.00
2,050.00
1,073.29
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KPPCSD
5:27PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Check
Deposit
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Date
10/15/2012
10/17/2012
11/15/2012
11/15/2012
11/15/2012
12/14/2012
12/14/2012
12/14/2012
12/14/2012
12/14/2012
12/14/2012
12/28/2012
12/28/2012
12/28/2012
12/31/2012
1/15/2013
1/30/2013
1/30/2013
1/30/2013
2/15/2013
2/15/2013
2/28/2013
2/28/2013
2/28/2013
2/28/2013
2/28/2013
3/15/2013
3/15/2013
3/15/2013
3/15/2013
4/15/2013
4/30/2013
4/30/2013
5/15/2013
5/15/2013
Name
Memo
Split
UBS
EBMUD
Summer Rain Land ...
Moran Engineering
UBS
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
NBS Government Fi...
UBS
Olivero Plumbing Co.
The Professional Tr. ..
Summer Rain Land ...
EBMUD
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
UBS
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
UBS
Moran Engineering
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
UBS
Summer Rain Land ...
Summer Rain Land ...
UBS
Kensington Commu ...
Park Restroo ...
Insurance Re ...
Park Restroo ...
Acct# 55377 ...
Nov. Monthly ...
Topographic ...
Park Restroo ...
Dec. Monthly ...
Clear pump 2 ...
install 2 yare ...
Remove larg ...
LMD
Park Restroo ...
Flush Valve ...
lnv #20054 T ...
Jan 2013 Mai...
1 Windsor lrri. ..
Path on hill; r. ..
160 ft. sectio ...
Park Restroo ...
removal and ...
Feb 2013
Replacement. ..
removal and ...
installtion of c ...
painting and i. ..
Park Restroo ...
Lot adjacent t...
Maintenance ...
Hand railing i...
Park Restroom
Maintenance ...
Installation of...
Park Restroom
Ad re: park a ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
112 · General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 · General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
112 ·General ...
Num
14274
714L. ..
14318
14336
14347
14384
14386
14389
14389
14389
14389
14421
14422
14423
14446
14469
14495
14522
14522
14536
14549
14568
14568
14568
14568
14568
14581
14583
14596
14596
14639
14681
14681
14705
14710
UBS
Amount
584.00
-4,300.00
584.00
998.32
2,050.00
3,999.00
584.00
2,050.00
250.00
380.00
80.00
1,073.29
584.00
112.00
3,150.00
2,050.00
110.96
340.00
1,600.00
584.00
1,920.00
2,050.00
290.00
460.00
1,650.00
390.00
584.00
4,999.00
2,050.00
280.00
584.00
2,050.00
930.00
584.00
720.00
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KPPCSD
5:27PM
Account QuickReport
06/04/13
July 1, 2012 through June 4, 2013
Accrual Basis
Type
Check
Check
Check
Check
Date
5/30/2013
5/30/2013
5/30/2013
5/30/2013
Num
14734
14734
14744
14749
Name
Memo
Summer Rain Land .. .
Summer Rain Land .. .
NBS Government Fi. ..
EBMUD
Maintenance .. .
Repair of 2" v .. .
lnv.#3130224 .. .
Annex 1 Win .. .
Split
112
112
112
112
·General
·General
·General
·General
Amount
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
Total 672 · Kensington Park O&M
678 · Mise Park/Rec
General Journal
Check
Check
Check
Check
Expense
9/18/2012
10/30/2012
3/15/2013
4/15/2013
4/30/2013
2,050.00
125.00
1,073.29
1,396.88
63,.057.60
VD 1...
14286
14591
14643
14671
Guitar Center
California Park & R. ..
Kevin Hui
BPXpress
School Health
CHK 14045 v...
Membership t...
reim RCA plu...
Copies Com. ...
Keys for AED...
112
112
112
112
112
·General
· General
· General
· General
· General
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
-2,022.12
170.00
t52.40
202.14
21.78
Total678 ·Mise Park!Rec Expense
-1,565.80
Total 635 · Park/Recreation Expenses
70,182.16
TOTAL
70,182.16
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Memorandum
Kensington Police Department
To:
KPPCSD Board of Directors
APPROVED
From:
YES
NO
0
0
Gregory E. Harman, Geneal Manager/ Chief of Police
FORWARDED TO:
Date:
Thursday, June 06, 2013
Subject:
Consent Calendar Item F- Correspondence
Attached is the District correspondence received for the month of May.
Item #1-
Letter received from Madeline Kronenberg, West Contra Costa Unified
School District
KPD Memo (04/05) '
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WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
1108 Bissell Avenue
Richmond, CA 94801-3135
Telephone: (510) 231-1101
FAX (510) 236-6784
Bruce Harter, Ph.D.
Superintendent
Board of
Education
May 17,2013
Madeline
Kronenberg
President
Charles
Ramsey
Clerk
Randall Enos
Member
Todd Groves
Member
Gregory Harman
General Manger/Chief of Police
Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District
217 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
Dear Chief Harman:
We did it!
Elaine
Merriweather
Member
Last week, the State Board of Education unanimously approved a critical waiver that will allow us to
continue building the schools our students need. We could not have accomplished this without your
help. You stood with hundreds of community members, workers, teachers, parents, firefighters, police,
and elected officials to advocate for the students of West Contra Costa County. We showed them an
unprecedented level of support from every aspect of our community, and helped push our application
over the top.
Over the past 13 years, our comprehensive school rehabilitation program has repaired or rebuilt 30 of
the District's 57 schools, creating safe, modern classrooms for many students. These schools help give
students the advantage they need to succeed - state-of-the-att science equipment, modern computer
labs, and critical classroom space for after-school and college preparation programs. The bond program
ensures we have earthquake and fire safe buildings keep kids safe, free dental clinics to keep them
healthy, and new surveillance equipment keeps them on school grounds so they can learn. This waiver
will allow this critical bond program to continue atld ensure that all- not just some- students have the
safe, clean classrooms they deserve.
In November, over 50,000 people came out to support Measure E and continue our bond program. Over
the last few months, hundreds spoke out in support of this important waiver. Working together as a
community, we can give the students of West Conlm Costa County the best possible chance for success.
On behalf of the teachers, students, parents, and administrators, we thank you for your help and
continued support of the West Contra Costa Unified School District.
Sincerely,
Madeline Kronenberg
Board President
West Contra Costa Unified School District
.Q~
Charles Ramsey
Board Clerk
West Contra Costa Unified School District
May 2013 Police Department
Report
June 7, 2013
•
Department Personnel
..
We are fully staffed at 10 sworn positions and two reserve officers.
•
Commendations and Correspondence
•
..
•
We received a card from a resident that wanted to apologize for
having our units respond to a false burglary alarm.
..
On 05-17-13, Officer Martinez received a thank you note for his
investigation of a residential burglary.
••
On 05-21-13, Officer Martinez received a thank you e-mail for a
motorist assist.
..
On 05-29-13, Master Sergeant Hull and Sergeant Hui received an
e-mail from the scoutmasters for their assistance with the scout
range day.
Investigation of Alleged Misconduct
..
Department Investigation 2012-002 was initiated on May 14th, 2012,
on an allegation that an officer was insubordinate. This
investigation has been completed by Master Sergeant Hull and
found to be sustained with discipline administered.
••
Citizen's Investigation 2012-003 was initiated on June 28th, 2012,
on an allegation that 3 officers were rude during a traffic stop. This
investigation is being conducted by Sergeant Hui.
..
Citizen's Investigation 2012-004 was initiated on June 29th, 2012,
on an allegation that an officer used racial profiling in making a
traffic stop. This investigation is being conducted by Master
Sergeant Hull.
..
Citizen's Investigation 2013-001 was initiated on January 3, 2013,
on allegations that two officers acted in an unprofessional manner.
This investigation is being conducted by Chief Harman.
1
Jr
•
••
Citizen's Investigation 2013-002 was initiated on March 21st on an
allegation that an officer intimidated the complaining party. This
investigation is being conducted by Master Sergeant Hull.
..
Citizen's Investigation 2013-003 was initiated on June 1, 2013 and
found to be unfounded by Chief Harman.
9-1-1 I Richmond Communication Center Information.
••
•
•
The Ring Time Report for May reported a total of 58 "911" calls for
service with 3 having ring times over 20 seconds. The average ring
time for the month of May was 7 seconds.
Community Networking
"
On 05-06-13, Chief Harman attended the KCC meeting.
..
On 05-08-13, Chief Harman, President Lloyd, and Director
Lipscomb attended the Arlington street light meeting with John
Gioia.
"
On 05-11-13, Master Sergeant Hull and Officer Martinez attended
the Kensington Hilltop School carnival.
"
On 05-22-13, Chief Harman attended the Contra Costa County
Police Chief Association meeting in Martinez.
"
On 05-22-13, Chief Harman, Officer Wilson, Officer Ramos, and
Officer Wilkens attended the "Officer of the Year Award Dinner''
hosted by the Albany/ by the Albany/ El Cerrito Exchange Club
honoring Officer Chris Turner.
Community Criminal Activity
"
This section of the Watch Commanders Reports are prepared by
Sergeant Barrow for Team One, Sergeant Hui for Team Two, and
Detective Stegman.
2
Watch Commander Reports
..
Sergeant Barrow
TEAM #1 STATISTICS
Officer:
Ramos (K41)
(0600-1800)
14
31
21
0
Wilson (K38)
( 1800-0600)
15
Wilkens (K50)
( 1800-0600)
15
7
6
4
5
6
52
1
0
0
0
10
0
Days Worked
Traffic Stops
Moving Citations
Parking Citations
Vacation/Security
Checks
FI-Field Interview
Traffic Accident Reports
Cases
Arrests
Calls for Service
o
0
3
0
21
4
0
21
0
2
7
0
42
BRIEFING/TRAINING:
o Reviewed Probable Cause to Search
o Reviewed Probable Cause to Arrest
o Reviewed Forcible Blood Draws
o Reviewed Protective Sweeps
o Reviewed Securing Premises
o Reviewed Knock and Talks
o Reviewed Plain View Rule
o Reviewed Protective Sweeps
o Reviewed Case: Sims v. Stanton
SERGEANT'S REVIEW:
o Law Enforcement Liability Risk
SERGEANT'S SUMMARY:
I wrote 2 moving citations during the month.
I have noticed a good number of traffic complaints this last month. This
includes driveways being blocked, parking the wrong way, parking over 72
hours, parking in front of fire hydrants, RV's or trailers being stored/parked
on the roadway, and vehicles blocking traffic. Often times these are not
on-viewed by an officer, but rather another resident reporting it to the
police. When this happens we are obligated to act. Usually the officer
3
33
will attempt to find the owner before towing or issuing a citation, but not
always. Many factors come into consideration. This is a good time to
remind residents about some commonly violated parking laws in
Kensington.
-Hill Hold. Curb your wheels.
-Abandoned Vehicle. Vehicles must be moved more than a few feet
every 72 hours.
-No Parking. Don't park in handicapped spaces, in front of fire hydrants,
or violate any other posted parking sign.
-Impeding Traffic. Park your vehicle out of the roadway. This also helps
prevent you being the victim of a Hit and Run.
-Blocking Driveways. Don't park in front of people's driveways and after
you park, get out and make sure you have not by mistake.
-Right wheels within18" from curb. Park on the right side of the road with
your right, passenger side, wheels at least 18" from the curb (any style
curb).
-Front and Rear License Plates. Make sure they are both on your
vehicle.
-Registration and Tabs. Make sure your registration is up to date and the
tab is on your license plate.
These are the most frequent parking violations that we see. Please keep
them in mind, it is safer, and may save you some frustration as a resident,
whether you are the person calling police or the person being cited.
o SIGNIFICANT EVENTS:
o 2013-2092- On 5-1-2013, Sergeant Barrow responded to the 200 block
of Trinity Avenue for a reported mail theft.
o 2013-2156- On 5-5-2013, Officer Wilkens responded to the 00 block of
Cowper Avenue for a reported attempted auto burglary.
o 2013-2187- On 5-7-2013, Officer Wilkens responded to the 100 block of
Beverly Road for a reported stolen vehicle.
o 2013-2193- On 5-7-2013, Chief Harman, Detective Stegman, Officers
Ramos and Wilkens responded to the 00 block of Highland Blvd for a
reported residential Burglary.
o 2013-2287- On 5-13-2013, Sergeant Barrow and Officer Wilson
responded to San Pablo Ave at Hill Street in the City El Cerrito, to assist
El Cerrito Police Officers with the search for a wanted suspect.
o 2013-2297- On 5-14-2013, Officer Wilkens responded to the 200 block of
Amherst Avenue for a reported non-injury vehicle collision with a parked
car.
o 2013-2405- On 5-20-2013, Officers Wilson responded to the 00 block of
Trinity Avenue for reported mail and identity theft.
o 2013-2417- On 5-21-2013, Officer Wilkens responded to the 00 block of
Arlington Avenue for a reported theft from a vehicle.
4
o 2013-2508- On 5-26-2013, Officer Wilkens responded to the 100 block of
Colusa Avenue for a reported non-injury vehicle collision with a parked
car.
o 2013-2550- On 5-29-2013, Sergeant Barrow took a reported identity theft
from the 200 block of Lake Drive.
TRAFFIC STATISTICS:
Team #1 took 2 traffic collision reports during the month of May.
12 moving citations were issued on Colusa Ave.
19 moving citations were issued on Arlington Ave.
3 moving citation were issued on Grizzly Peak Blvd.
1 moving citation was issued on Highgate Road.
1 moving citation was issued on Franciscan Way.
••
Sergeant Hui
TEAM #2 STATISTICS
Sergeant Hui (K42)
(1600-0400)
Officer:
Martinez (K31)
(0600-1800)
14
14
9
Days Worked
Traffic Stops
Moving Citations
Parking Citations
Vacation/Security
Checks
FI-Field Interview
Cases
Arrests
Traffic Accident Reports
Calls for Service
11
28
Turner (K46)
(1800-0600)
15
34
18
3
52
0
3
2
0
4
0
1
45
1
59
Sergeant Hui took 48 hours of vacation time.
Officer Martinez took 12 hours of vacation time.
Officer Turner recovered 12 hours of comp time.
5
BRIEFING/TRAINING:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Reviewed
Reviewed
Reviewed
Reviewed
Reviewed
Reviewed
Reviewed
Probable Cause to Arrest
Forcible Entry
Protective Sweeps
Securing Premises
Knock and Talks
Plain View Rule
Case: Sims v. Stanton
SERGEANT'S REVIEW:
o Law Enforcement Liability Risk
SERGEANT'S SUMMARY:
This past month, we were able to tie a suspect to one of our recent residential
burglaries with the help of a law enforcement agency in the Sacramento
Valley. Although this is an ongoing investigation and I cannot discuss many
of the details, I can tell you that the critical piece of information was the serial
number of one of the stolen items. Serial numbers and model numbers are
those things that we never think about until we really need them. When we
get that new tablet, camera, or laptop, we are quick to open up the package
so that we can get to our new toy. I am one of those guys who can't wait to
tear open the packaging and play with my new toy.
But we all should take that little extra time to make a record of all the
important items we have in our possession. My suggestion is that you should
write down the serial numbers and model numbers for everything you have
and also take photos of important items that may not have serial numbers
(especially jewelry). I find the easiest way to maintain this information is to
email it to yourself. Most email providers store your email on their servers, so
it should always be there. If you are a pen and paper kind of a person, we
have a Record Keeper template on our website that you can print out. This
can be found through the following link:
b!!e://kensingtoncalifornia.org/police-department/crimeprevention-tips
Taking the time to record this information may not prevent you from being
burglarized, but it helps law enforcement's efforts in solving crimes and may
help reunite victims with their stolen property.
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS:
o 2013-2138- On 05/04/2013, Sergeant Hui responded to the 600 blk of
Beloit Ave on a report of an identity theft.
6
o 2013-2323- On 05/16/2013, Officer Martinez responded to the 300 blk of
Arlington Ave on a report of a residential burglary.
o 2013-2355- On 5/18/2013, Officer Turner initiated a traffic enforcement
stop at the intersection of Sunset Dr and Highgate Rd and subsequently
arrested the driver for driving under the influence.
o 2013-2458- On 05/24/2013, Officer Martinez responded to the 1600 blk of
Ocean View Ave on a report of a theft.
o 2013-2481- On 5/25/2013, Officer Martinez responded to the 200 blk of
Beverly Rd on a report of a stolen vehicle.
o 2013-2482- On 5/25/2013, Officer Martinez responded to the 200 blk of
Sanford Ave on a report of a stolen vehicle.
o 2013-2488- On 05/25/2013, Officer Turner responded to the 600 blk of
Wellesley Ave on a report of a theft.
o 2013-2489- On 05/25/2013, Officer Turner arrested a subject on the 500
blk of Coventry Rd for an outstanding warrant.
Reserve Officer:
Days Worked
Traffic Stops
Moving Citations
Armanino (K47)
Parking Citations
Vacation/Security
Checks
FI-Field Interview
Cases
Arrests
Traffic Accident Reports
Calls for Service
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11 citations were issued on Arlington Ave
10 citations were issued on Colusa Ave
5 citations were issued on Franciscan Way
1 citation was issued on Coventry Rd
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Detective Eric Stegman
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS:
13-1847 Burglary
On 4/19/13, a burglary was reported on the 200 block of Amherst Ave. On 5/1/13
a subject was arrested by Roseville PD who was in possession of a large amount
of stolen property from multiple burglaries around the Bay Area. Among the
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property were items belonging to the victim in this case. The suspect will be
prosecuted in the county he was arrested. I followed up on some additional
leads and was able to recover additional stolen items of jewelry from pawn shops
and cash for gold businesses. At the end of it all, in addition to the large amount
of property recovered by Roseville PO, I was able to recover another five to ten
thousand dollars worth of the victim's jewelry, which had been pawned or sold in
various cities from Pinole to San Francisco.
13-2482 Vehicle theft
On 5/25/13, a vehicle was stolen from the 200 block of Stanford Ave. On 6/2/13,
the vehicle was located still being driven by the suspects and they was arrested
for vehicle theft.
KPD INVESTIGATIONS INFORMATION:
13-1833 Burglary
On 4/18/13, a burglary was reported on the 200 block of Grizzly Peak Blvd. On
4/27/13 a subject was arrested by Daly City PD who was selling a car full of
electronics and jewelry out of his vehicle. Among the items in the car was
property belonging to the victim in this case. The suspect remains in custody
and this case is closed. On 5/15/13, I joined Berkeley PD in executing a search
warrant at the suspect's house in Berkeley. We did not locate any additional
evidence to link this suspect to any other crimes in Kensington.
13-1846 Sexual Assault
This case is currently under investigation. Details will follow pending the
completion of this investigation, to protect the victim, and the integrity of the
investigation. Update 6/1/13: This case is still pending several interviews.
12-5354 Murder
On 8/13/12 at approximately 1145 hours, Officer Ramos responded to a welfare
check for a potential fall victim (James Durkin). Shortly after his arrival Officer
Ramos requested I respond to the scene. Due to the initial circumstances I
began investigating the case as a homicide. During the investigation it was
revealed the victim had been stabbed in the chest with a serrated kitchen knife.
Later in the investigation, the suspect (Diane Sydenham), was identified. Early
on 8/14/12, Sydenham was arrested for the Murder of James Durkin. On 8/16/12
the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office formally charged Sydenham
with Murder and she was arraigned.
On 8/30/12 a judge granted an increase in Sydenham's Bail from $1,000,000 to
$2,000,000. On 9/20/12 Sydenham entered a not guilty plea. The date of the
preliminary hearing was set for 4/4/13, but has been postponed.
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KPD INVESTIGATIONS
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I made court runs to file cases, and retrieve court notifications.
I updated the KPD Case Review Log.
I reviewed the "Trak Flyer" messages and maintained the flyer board.
On 5/21/13 and 5/22/13 I assisted WestNET in serving multiple
search warrants.
I attended a "bath salts" (an emerging street narcotic) class on
5/20/13
May 2013
Part 1 Crimes
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Chief Harman
It was nice to receive the four cards and e-mails from citizens thanking the
officers for their service this month. Add those letters to the box of candy we
received from Marty Westby at KCC this month, I can assure you that the officers
really do appreciate it when they are recognized for their service.
Due to the nature of police work, unfortunately police officers hear more of the
negative comments than the positive ones.
So if you receive good service from a police officer, please don't be afraid to
thank them for their service or send a short e-mail or letter so they can receive
the recognition they deserve.
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Office Report prepared by Marty Westby, Administrator
Kensington Community Council Board Meeting
June 3, 2013
KASEP:
KASEP classes session ended Friday, May 31st. We finished KASEP on a high note,
following a very exciting year of new classes (Kinder Cooking, Mask Making, Circus,
BandWorks, Pastel Art and Spanish). Enrollment continued strong in the ongoing favorites.
KASEP classes will resume Monday, September 16th with registration scheduled for the first
part of September.
Oversight Committee members met and reviewed on-line registration and the automation
project for FALL KASEP. Registration issues were discussed and recommendations
documented. Findings will be presented to the KCC Board in July.
KCC Classes and Events:
Jazzercize class, taught by Kevin Knickerbocker on Monday-Wednesday-Fridays, 8:159:15am, continues as an on-going program at the community center. Body Sculpting with
Catherine Martiken is taught Tuesday-Thursdays from 9:00am -10:00am. Both classes will
continue at the community center over the summer, same dates and times.
KCC Summer Day Camp
KCC Summer Day Cam~ on-line registration continues; credit card payments are being
accepted. As of May 281 , Summer Camp Week 1 and Week 2 are full, 65 campers enrolled
in each week. As of date, 418 campers are enrolled in the 10 weeks of camp, roughly 130
families. Camp is 64% full.
KCC Summer Camp Counselors are gathering to start their summer-hire counselor
adventure. There are twelve counselors (nine returning from last year). KCC maintains a ratio
of 8 campers to one counselor during each week of camp. Counselor Orientation is Sunday,
June gth and camp starts Monday, June 10th. Dr. Brunetti will present an hour long discussion
on first aid, camp injuries and prevention. Sergeant Hull, Kensington Police, will be
conducting an in-service training to camp counselors on Friday, June 21st
KCC Administrative:
KCC Movie Night is Saturday, June ath- join us on the large grassy area in front of the
Recreation Building. Movie starts at 8:30pm. The movie in June is Pixar's Ratatouille, a
family rated movie for all to enjoy. Raffle tickets are on sale. KCC is raffling one free week of
summer camp.
General Manager
May 2013 Report
Budget
In May, we received a second installment of our COPS Grant allocation of
$26,583.59, making the total grant funding received to date $65,620.13. We are still
waiting for our final balance of our grant funding of $34,379.87.
Year to date we have received $2,446,064 in budgeted revenue, and we are
anticipating an additional $34,379 in COPS Grant funding, an additional $7,000 in
franchise fees per our contract with Bay View, and an additional $7,500 collected
from KCC for use of the park property. This would bring our revenue to date to
$2,532,344 of the budgeted amount of $2,456,364 plus the $100,000 in COPS
Grant funding. The $24,020 shortfall in projected revenue is a result of $37,000 less
in property tax collected to date.
In June, the County will be making a final payment to our property tax revenue and
we hope it will be at least $37,000.
There was no variance in expenses due to the legal expenses for the month not
being paid as of this report date.
Kensington Park
Community Center & Annex
I received information from EBMUD that during the past year, we were under our
allocated budgeted amount of water usage for the area surrounding the Community
Center for a savings of $311.00. Hopefully, our water usage will be down for the
rest of the park as well.
On Saturday, June 151h, at 10:00 AM, KPPCSD will be holding a Board meeting to
discuss the park building remodeling plans and options for financing. The
presentation and recommendations will be made to the Board by the members of
the Park Buildings Committee.
Park Repairs
The only repair for the month of May was the replacement of a 2" water valve in the
picnic area of the park at a cost of $125.00.
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Emergency Preparedness
The agenda and the minutes of the Public Safety Council posted are on the
KPPCSD web page.
On Thursday, May 16th, KPSC hosted an "Earthquake Retrofitting Workshop" in
the Community Center. As with past workshops, this workshop was very well
attended.
The next meeting of the Kensington Public Safety Council will take place Monday,
June 10th, at its new time of 6:00PM at the Community Center Room #3.
It is very important for those interested in Kensington's emergency preparedness to
come to the meetings. The declining community interest in this group is placing this
group's continued existence in jeopardy.
Other District Items of Interest
Solid Waste
The arbitrator agreed to by the District and Bay View has been retained, and we are
continuing in the arbitration process requested by Bay View over their demand for
an increase in rates. At the June 13th KPPCSD Board meeting, the directors will be
considering a settlement agreement reached with Bay View during the arbitration
process.
Public Works Issues
Street Lights
On May 81h, Supervisor John Gioia held an Arlington Street Light Committee
meeting with Public Works and PG&E representatives. The committee will be
meeting in July for further discussions regarding the project.
Paths
On May 141h, I participated in a conference call with representatives from the
County to discuss the process of acquiring the first path, the Highland/ Kenyon
Path. Following this conversation, I prepared a memo to the KPPCSD Board
regarding this initial discussion. I am currently waiting for further information from
the County on the process of path acquisition before bringing this process to the
Board for consideration.
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Street Resurfacing Project
The County has notified us that the second phase of the Kensington roadway
resurfacing project will begin June 1ylh, with resurfacing work to be done on the
Arlington. This project will continue through the summer and will be completed
before the start of the new school year.
Website
The Board packets, monthly reports, minutes, recordings of the KPPCSD Board
Meetings, and our Bay View- County Solid Waste contracts are available for
review on our website at: www.kensingtoncalifornia.org
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Memorandum
Kensington Police Department
To:
KPPCSD Board of Directors
APPROVED
From:
YES
NO
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Gregory E. Harman, General Manager/ Chief of Police
FORWARDED TO:
Date:
Saturday, June 01, 2013
Subject:
Old Business Item# 1- Second Reading of the Fiscal Year 2013/2014
Operating Budget
On April 24, 2013, I met with the Finance Committee and presented the first draft of my
proposed Fiscal Year 2013/2014 Operating Budget. This first draft reported a proposed
shortfall of $258,806.
During Committee discussions, this proposed shortfall was reduced by $107,910,
resulting in a new proposed shortfall of $150,896. It was this preliminary operating
budget that was presented to the KPPCSD Board for a first reading on May 91h
At the May 91h KKPCSD Board meeting, following Board and public discussions, and
after I had indicated that I did not believe I could provide the current level of operational
service under this proposed budget, the Board directed me to return to the Finance
Committee to determine an operational budget that was cost efficient while maintaining
our current level of service.
The Finance Committee met on May 301h to review the reductions made to expenses in
the revised Fiscal Year 2013/2014 Operating Budget and following discussions,
increased authorized expenditures for the following line items:
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KPD Memo (04/05) *
These changes to authorized expenditures resulted in the following proposed operating
budget for Fiscal Year 2013/2014:
Total Budgeted Revenues
Total Budgeted Expenditures
Projected Shortfall
$2,476,314
$2,652,070
$175,756
Of this projected budgeted shortfall, we anticipate that we will again receive our
$100,000 in COPS Grant funding for 2013/2014, and if received, the projected shortfall
for 2013/2014 would be $75,756.
This proposed Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2013/2014 is lean; however, I believe
the authorized expenditures will enable me to effectively run District operations without
any noticeable disruption of services.
Therefore, I would request the adoption of the Operating Budget for Fiscal Year
2013/2014 as proposed.
KPD Memo (04/05)
Memorandum
Kensington Police Department
To:
KPPCSD Board of Directors
APPROVED
From:
YES
NO
0
0
Gregory E. Harman, General Manager/ Chief of Police
FORWARDED TO:
Date:
Saturday, June 8, 2013
Subject:
New Business Item #1- Purchase of New Patrol Vehicle
Our Vehicle Maintenance Officer, Officer Rodney Martinez will make a presentation to
the Board for the need to replace a 2005 Ford Crown Victoria patrol vehicle.
His recommendation will be to purchase a 2013 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor at a
cost of $27,465 plus tax of (9.25%) $2,540, total cost of $30,005. The purchase will be
made at Folsom Lake Ford, which holds the current CHP contract.
The CHP will be purchasing 1,500 2013 Ford Explorer Police Interceptors, to phase out
the Ford Crown Victoria's that make up their current fleet. The CHP is moving towards
the Ford Explorers over the new Ford Police Interceptors due to the increase in officer
comfort and the increased storage capacity.
Our Fiscal Year 2012/13 Operating Budget has authorized $23,000 for vehicle
replacement, along with $10,000 for police vehicle equipment.
We anticipate receiving approximately $3,500 for our used 2005 Ford Crown Victoria at
auction, along with an additional $500 cash purchase rebate from Folsom Ford,
bringing the purchase of the vehicle down to a cost of $26.005. Police equipment for
the new vehicle is still estimated at approximately $10,000, as budgeted for in the Fiscal
Year 2012/13 Operating Budget.
I am requesting we move forward with the purchase.
Attached to this memo you will find information on the vehicles.
KPD Memo (04/05) *
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You're sworn to serve. They're built to serve- you.
iWO ALL~NEW POLICE INTERCEPTORS::: ONE FAMILY WJTH A GREAT DEAL IN COMMON. The Police Interceptor·· Sedan and Ut:lity
hail fl-am the same platform. They share a host of safety. performance. durability. transport and mobile-of-fice components. leading to man~
SErvice. maintenance and upfiHriend\y commonalities- all of whtch he!o to consolidate bottom-line savings. Both Interceptors ccme vvtt'l
an identical bumper-towbumper limited warranty 1that covers every shared element. including: all-wheel drive. V6 engine 1nith 6-~pc.ecl
trans~nission, police-tuned suspension. f11gh-performance brak~s. high-vo\urne cooling sy·stem. 220--amp alternator. heavy-d'J;:'i- bat-rerv
13" ':-spoke st::oe\ w:--.eels artd uniqu-? tir"'s. \t1iith more than 3/!-00 Ford dealerships across North America tlle:e·s n :~l3c!' c r f2n-:·1i~·/ s:)n~::rt
SEDAN AND tJTILJTY MODELS: PURPOSE~BUJLi IN THE USA' SPECIFICALLY FOR POLICE DUTY. F.::::~d PoUce l:t;:::~cept::r.::: ar-2 tiE, genJ·r;o~
art·c.le::.. Based C'l CVP1 {Crown Vi::::torin Polk~ !r,t-::rceoto~i rea'.-v.-cr:C: e"<..peri'2G.::E. they're the "first-and-only pursuit-rated, aU··\'JheetAdrive
rnod::!\s produced exclusively for North American law enforcement agencies. EnginEer9C h 1'vtchigar; P~1-,.vcr ..::;d in 0.'1!':>. _~~sse';Jbie:J i·-; l:/ .. :~D·.'
OFFICIALLY VALIDATED AS PURSUlT~RATED. In separe,:e testing b·1 th-::o
Michigan State Poke a::cl Los Angeles Count\; Sheriff's Depcrt.-nent. the Fo: :J
Pol1C? In :&rccptC',. S;:::cli:ln a 'ld Ll r:llt~: passed with flying colors in terrns of
acceleration, braking, handling anc.l pursuit
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POLlCEwCAL!BRATED PERFORMANCE. V/hen circumstances call for Clggr::=ssive action. count on Ford P:1licc:
ir·,terceptors to nab la>.•:bre.akers. A threesome. of available V6 po . . verplants each pump out greater power than the
250-hp 4.6L VB in the CVPI. The torque-happy, twin~turbocharged, direct-injection l::coBoost!•· V6'- exclusive LJ
the Sedan- generates 365 hp and. at max torque, dellV'?.rs an immediate 350 lb.-ft. of force. A 288-hp 3.5L flex-fuel~ VG
is standarcl on Sedan. Output far the 3.7L flex-fuE:l \/5 on the Utility model is 304 horses. All that new-teci-J muscle i::
flexed efficiently, allmving m•. micipalitles to better r~wet b-:Jth financial and environmental goals.
ALL SYSTEMS GO. Shift points for the 6-speed transmission a1e programmed spECificatl/- to m3xim!ze ::J::::celeratior~
Electric power~assisted steering (EP.D.S) helps ensure l!ght turning effort ot low speeds. And suspens1on co:Tlpone..-:t~
ore tun0d for deft corr.-?ring and maneuverability at c:~ny soeed.
5-YEAH/100,000-MILE FOHO POWERTRAIN COVEHAGE'- FEATURING REPLACEMEWf OF NORMAL
"WEAR AND TEAR" POWERTI'lAIN COMPONENTS 'rHAT REQUIRE PERIODIC ATTENTION ·-IS STANDARD ON
2013 POLICE INTERCEPTORS. This guar-'ln~eed assurance is fur thE'!' proD~ of the fai~h hetd in the dE:pendnt>:,ry c-f '~-'~;-·
sir:gl;::, lnterc'2ptor.l;:"s n--.e ultimat'? 1n ccJrnoon·~~t ccv~r3g::;_ be;::kecl b·y th'O' streng~h C;rJCi srabili[·/ of For,:; L1·:::tcr c_ n:;.:;.J~·~i­
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WHEELS J.\RE TEAMED WITH EXCLUSIVE POLICE .. PURPOSED TlRES. Hefty 18" steel wheels are d2s:g:"1-3C,
to \.v:·chstand the punishment of daily duty no matter where the trail leaci:::;. The 5-spoke d;~slgn lets the brakes breathe freel_,
snd stay as cocl as possible. Unique Ford Police Interceptor" kes are expressly ccns t:LJC ted t:J rnaxin,ize grip. handling. roll a!ld
r1giclity n:J matter the v;eather. They keep stopping dista:-:cEs to a minimur.1, aild tread-','.'e2.r lDngevity i3 equally impressive.
:, Tlre Pressure Monitoring System ( TPMS) is standard, and there's even a TP~..lS sensor on the full-size spare
HEAVY·DUTY ANTH.. OCK DlSC lH~AKES CONTRIBU'fEiO t::Xif?EME. HIGH PERFDf~MANCE. Police Interceptors
don't just neecl to go fast they must also com;:; to rapid halt=:;-· und0r contml. Developeclln associat:on \Nith the Los .D.nget<:>o;
County Sheriff's Dep::1ftment and the Mich1gan State Police. this unique system strikes an ideal balance between stoppi:-~g
pov/er and long vvear l~fe.lt boasts an increas~d sv•;,~pt area via larger 13" diameter rotors versus the 11" versions on rhe CVPI.
T"he unique inverted hatavented rotor design and unique catipers add to the high the; mal capacit~·.
HEAVY-DUTY SUSPENSIONS RESPOND IN THE NAME OF CONTROL 1 CAPABILITY AND COMFORT. For smooth
p1·e.dicta.b~e. high~spt:'!ed han.jling at every turn, the front and multilink rear suspensions are ftJIIY independent- each one
nlso incorporates a brawny stabilizer bar to cornbat body lean. Helical ceil spr;ngs ancl stiffened, gas-pressurized hydraut1c
shocks a~e tuned to th!:~ rigDrS of police work. Premtum hubs and beanngs are e:x.tra large for long-term durabltJtV.
anc tr ar.siT'lSsion flu~l..l cooler W·Yk 1r. C:ll1CE rt ,v1th the p':)ltcs:-c:t:·brated far-: 58~t:n2'.S rnes!: U·~l~ e:nd -..vtd2 a,' flo.,';,::. r::;e'l:;•g:'.
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DEFLECTOR PLATE SHIELDS THE UNIJERBfJDY.
n~e undercarriage and engin~ cornp:::rtrnent are
up to cla;l:/-Cl•Jty punishment with this unique Ford
designed underbody cover standard on sedan.
A~o the nanv.: implies. it helps prevent d21mnge
by deflecting road debns and gu.:Jrding ;:~gains\
scrapes- which is especiaU.y cruc1at for the oil
pan.lt's shape:J to fac:1litate oiH1lter changes.
Fl.EE'T l(EY IS SIMPLICITY AT ITS FINEST. The
Police lntt'!rC'O:ptor key doesn't contain a mic.rochip, so
the cos: of m3king a copv or replacement is the go1ng
rate at the bcal tiardv/are store. Plus, the entire fleet
can be set LP to run with one cornmon key design.
A trio of key lock cylinders- en the front doors and
decklid/liftgati~- provide quid, reliable access.
Time to take the law into your own hands.
PUF?POSE~BUH.T wrrHlN. How an officer enters. exltS. sits. shifts gears and uses electronics are just a few of the fealures
meticulously accounted for within the Potice lnte1ceptor:~ cabin. Amenities range from power-adjustable pedals 0 and a
tilt steering column 0 (it's also telescopin8 on Sedan). to the gomerous recessed universal top [email protected] atop the Instrument
panel that's ideal for police equipment. A pair of MyFord' 4.2 11 screens 0- located on the center stack of the front ccnsc\2
and in the tnstrument gauge duster next to the certified [email protected] relay vital information at a glance. Fo~ s~curi ty
purposes. the push-button trunkHre\ease switch G) (a Sed<'l'1 exclusive) is batte-ry powered: no key required.
CONNECT WITH VOlCf:MACTIVATEO FORD 5YNC: .~JUS( press a button 0 on the steering wheel and speak
commands. Once pairecl. SYNC recognizes a cell phone and automatically supports hands-free voice calling. The
SYNC Services account provides turn-byMturn driving directions~ custom traffic alert sf 911 Assist"' and much
more. SYNC also allows verbal command of clevices that are plugged into the USB port. (Visit ford.com/sync for
details on the numerous benefits.)
RADAR DETECTION. Before chan.?,ing lanes. BUS' (Blind Spot Information System) with cross-traffic alert':: can
help detect a vehicle in the way- the warning sign is an amber light in the corresponding sideview mirmr, When stow\•;
back1ng out of a spot, this syst0m's radar .:~lso issues a:l audibl.e alert, flashes a lig:1t in the sidew~w mirror. and notifies
via the message center if any vehicles are detected behinc!.
MOHE WAYS TO RAISE AWARENESS. The ultrasonic RHverse Sensing System hf'lDS to mitigate rear veh:'.:::.e sc,/"•
u;J at ~.tow ss2eds. !~1 additi·:J!l, c.- i~ste?-c!. cpt tor 2. r8ar view camera· to d:S::.1lS."/ c: fut.l-co!or. real-tirne !me.6e o: \':h:::t>=.:
r ,-:;;::: ~en1ng behind th2 \'2~1:cl.::: i:l th-2 ree.r :i:~'i; r·1:: r•;r.
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/.\FTERMARKET COST·SAVINGS POTENTIAL.
Wh/ c!o the Fcrd Policel•t::r:::eptors hav~ column·
mounted shifters C)? So lcr<"i enforcement h2s
arnple room. where it counts most. for pol.ice
equipr-r~nt. vVi'c.t's more. the center-console space
{'D measures a wlde~open 9" between the cl;iver
and tmnt-pass·~:1ger sear::. meanng it perfectly
matches the width o·f the CVPI center console
Easily uen:,fer an e:<:stir:g CVPI apparatus d1rec tl~.' tc
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in~.:::r:::~ptor rnocle\ and reap the rewards.
Th"'" purpose-built, Ford designeclsteet console
mounting ptate IS a standard, solid foundation f:Jr
aftermarh"et equ;prnent. This r2r:-1ovable plate is
constructed to chann"'l 'Niring fr~nn the back of
tr.e vehi::::\e and/m frcrn t'l:O instr ..;n-.e'lt can.el.
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j\,1in:rn!ze distrac:ion while p:::rforrning cornrl'on
police tasks on the go. Ford engineers integra~e:J
4 customizab1e, auxiliary controt buttons on
the steering v;he0L The remappable steering
wheel switches
are capable of connect1ng
the dnver to afterrnorket equipment. includmg
lights. s1rens. spsnksrs and canine ci:::,o:- releases
\'./hatr~ver the ne":!d. grounded outpl'ts are Gn
tJoard br immed:ate use in conn12ction \Nttt1 these
remappable s-witches. Both the Sedan and UtilitJ-'
also house two 12 vott powerpoints 0.
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COMFORT THAT'S FIRST RATE AND UNIQUE TO POLICE OFFICERS. The power driver's seat u-::commodates
6 ways: it also includes manual lumbar support and 4-way adjustable head restraints. Both seats are cO'/ered in potice·grade,
heavy-duty cloth and in-:::orporate sculpted foam to accommodate a utility belt- notice what a snap 1t is to buckle up. The side
bolsters are contoured to ensurP ease of getting in and out of the cabin all day (or all night) long.
~XEMPLARY BACKSEAT TRANSPORT. Access is rna de easy with wide-opening rear door hinges; a Sedan exclusive. The recn
bench rna,dmizes sp::::e end 13 covered in heavy--duty vinyL Door p;:1nels are sirnplified --no mr.::.r.:J\c:ers or ·:::ush-~!ders- for eas<::
o~ ct:oanrng. i=c: ~;J::l""c! s~?curit'-,'. hidden, manual door-lock plungers cail be crdereci for "':a-:r reeF c!-::::-:y (5":"' c.:::g2 l7 f:ct image.}
SU PER~CAPACITY TRUNK. There's 2.. \';eal~il of lCJv:-li fto·J<or ro~rr1 to stc\lv g(.lUip'Tlen: out of .sigh!. Pul!. u::: m,::- fl?.~ l:c.CJ.:::.i ft:: or f';); tr-;e
standard full-size spare stat·Oil?.d i<Gde.l~·s i::::r::ontical to the othr~r t, \\'h2~ls a:-:c~ cornes ree.dv<·>L_;:•. \/tit:• c. TP,\1S S?."S0r. ;-\customfit electronics tray is a :c>.i\2b~e. =:1--.d ~::.·is _'\•: auto~running circulation fan t.::::- ~~":'c C'Jr.dicic-r.s t~'n::::::>'C:'!t·_c t::·r d-::-:rc-::·3 i;~ tt1c trur~:..
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First-ever pursuit-rated Ford Police Interceptor" Utility.
•\ BREAKTHROUGH WAY OF THINKING ABOUT A PATROL VEHICLE, VliTH A NEW APPROACH TO VEHSATILITY THAT
OFFERS COMMANDING VIEWS AND PRESENCE. Th!s intimidating-to-criminals r;de is \1terally above the rest: Head r-::om aqd \e2,;
room are generous throughout. Front seats are covered in ex tra·tough cloth, and bolsters are designed specifically for offkers to
get in. get gcing and get out comfortabtv and, whsn necess.;ory, C\pcdienti.y- C\'er. \':!(h fu/!y loaded utrlitv belts. There's 6-vtay power
selection a:1d rnanuallumbar support for r:1e ciriv~c- atGn;, V.'ith power-adjustable pedals. The 60/40 split-fold bench in back ha::.r:o!::ess-~C! s-:o-a t1ng pos!t'::;.q;: and is outfitt·:>-:! in e::\':;y·clt:~an vinyl. !~ Ci.'l.n b-:o f\e.·.ibl;: rec:~;;f:<;u~':!d as r:ir :~":rrcstances d -eta te. Qui.::;.,,_,, ,:,'ld
::,:·nven;r.:ntl~· L;tc! th-e tr:~ir;:o ben:::h f:,c .:!:> i:t(:re-:j:tl·. ;:3c~t.:e 85.1 cu. ft. of load space
CARGO, CARBINES AND CANINES TOO. C~'.-'?: ~.::;u; c.::::~':-c:.~~ n·:'rn n-.a:~.:::,s th;o Pcl.~·=e l:1t2:~-:;ptc::r U~·Lt'; the ped0ct c~>-;::'~e "J:·l·~--'~1 cfr<~-··c:
::Pd sv.;.c.:r te3.rn rn;;;-:·lber·s w!th gea~ D-2,_.-ices zn :l (.!:-:;_?: c: :o-:'1 t:: 1. -=':~~ c:::;::-ler .,·;;;:\-, th,: -3.-:Cl . ~c:•·Jf.e Auxiliary air condition in;:;. !'-.. fu\l~size .s:9ar~: ~
For matters strategic or tc:Ktical, alvvays be practical.
FIWM ENGAGING IN A CHASE OR ISSUING A CITATION, TO PLANNING A RAID OR CONFISCATING CONTRABAND,
PURPOSEFUL TOOLS (.")f THE TRADE ARE CRUCIAL. Thoughtfully taking details Into a:::count, Ford Police Interceptors help make
all events go more smoothly. The spare 0- hidden under the flat load floor's cover- isn't a compact version. it's the exact 18" fl'll~
size 5-spoke wheel and tire combo (\r'11th TPMS) as the 4 on the road. meaning it can readily be put into lligh-speed usE.It can also b<:
shared among Sedan and Util1ty models. The Police Interceptor" Sedan offers 2 trunk-based exclusives: the lockable trunk vault 1 0
that's sized right for storag.e- su-::h as .sei=:sd srn:~U a:Tns- ancl a sturdy, sliding electronics tray' 0. Sedan and UtilitJ rnoclets are
E'qu; iJP<:~.:J \fth a column-rnountP.cl shifter (;)_ 2 universal top tray 0 on the dash. an overhead storage console ancl dua.\~purpos~
red/white dome lighting Q_ Front doors have supplemental [email protected] t.-:: strengthe·---: tn::; hcnge il(:tio.--. cJufin5 J--='C/i:::~--- \'.Jr~-- Hidden
door-lock plungers on the rear doors· CD s tr at::-g:.:::a~ll-' ensure an extra rn0asure vf security \':~en a d:o>tan-:oe i:: 1;--: c,_;_:;tc:d). .'\:---:-::1 th;::,
en~;ine hour and idle rnetcrs tl) h-3 1.::' r•~2 .-:~3.' · ~--~f'_,c·::·'"' s-?.r\•ke sche.: u\:n~. \·1/hen lav~s r2q,_,;-~ enf->r.:itl<;; c--:-;·_;:--, t oc' r:~:.c.::; P.:.:t:c:.?: 1.~,, ~>;-:=::2~:-c --:c ::.
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COMMONALITIES- SHARED BETWEEN THE FORD POLICE INTERCEPTOR SEDAN AND UTILITYOFFER TREMENDOUS VALUE, INCLUDING SIMPLIFIED MAINTENANCE. More than a dozen parts and
systems are engineered and designed to ease operations. Common features include the airfi\ter, alternator,
battery, brake pad, caliper, driver's seat, front-passenger seat, head restraint, oil filter, power transfer unit
{AWD system), rear differential unit, rotor, spark plug, tire/wheel (including the spare) and transmission.
Expert service support is available at Ford Dealers and authorized Ford Fleet maintenance facilities nationwide.
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Engine- 3.5L EcoBoost V6 (top speed 148 mph)
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LIMITED MAINTENANCE PACKAGES
An exclusive Ford Extended Service Plan (ESP) program fort he Police Interceptor.
Select the level of maintenance that will best meet your nt!ecls- each package
includes an engine oillf1lterchange, tire rotation and t!xtensive Mult1·Point
lnspc>ction at 3,000· or 5,000-mile intervals as outlined below.
Sedan
75,000 miles (assumes 5,000-mile intervals= 15 service events)
0521
Utility
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75,000 mlles (assumes 3,000-mlle Intervals " 25 service events)
0522
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100,000 miles (assumes 5,000-mile intervals::: 20 service events) 0523
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[J 598
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Police Interceptor badge delete
0190
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125,000 miles {assumes 3.000-mileintelva!s = tfl service events)
Pre-wiring for grille lamp, siren and speaker
[JSlG
[J60A
150,000 miles {assumes 5,000-mi\e intervals" 30 service events)
Rear console plate
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{kr>y fob; not available with Keyed alike)
060P
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Reverse Sensing System
076R
Roof racks ide rails- Black
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097T
Trunk storage vault (includes lockable door)
019T
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wheels with center [aps
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0
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covers with metal dips
{Sedan 64L!Utility 648)
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Police Advisory Board Members
~FLEET
AN INDUSTRY FIRST. Acting as a liaison and resource for law-enforcement agencies nationwide, the Police Advisory Board (PAB)
provides frank and direct feedback on the products. programs and policies of Ford. These 26 offidals help refine current vehicles
and create future offerings. Input on safety, reliability and durability Is essential to serving unique pollee operational needs,
I
and proved invaluable to the development of the Police Interceptors. Please visit fleet.ford.com for additional PAB Information.
MARC BASYE
Tlpp City. Ohio Police Department
MATT ROGERS
Michigan State PoUce
(937)667-3112
ED HANLON
Kansas Highway Patrol. Troop G
[email protected]
{316) 6B2-4537.ext. 2352
(517) 322-1790
JOHN BLACKWOOD
Seminole Count'{ Sheriff's Office
[email protected]!esheriff.org
JIM HANSON
Vernon County
Sheriff's Department
[email protected]
[email protected]
(407) 665·6592
(608) 778-2752
BRAD BREWER
Vancouver PoliCE! Department
[email protected]
GREG HESTER
Metropolitan PoUce
(nB)839-1411
[email protected]
Department. D.C.
(202) 576-5388
JEFF BROWNE
Arilona Departmer•t
of Public Safet;
[email protected]
(502) 223-23Li9
BETH CAMPBElL
Federal Bureau of ln<Jestigation
[email protected]
(202) 324-4868
(SOB) 820-2271
VANCE DUFFY
Los Angeles County
Sheriff"s Department
[email protected]
(323) 881~3982
DAN RUDEN
Roc kiln Police Department
[email protected]!in.caus
(916)625-5415
EDSANOW
law and Order Magazine
[email protected]
(BOO) 843~9764
BRUCE MACLEAN
Charles County Sherir:·: COt;U'
mac !e.~~'lC ~rc sc. '}2
(301) 609-6242
GEORGE SCHWARZ
Borough of Camp Hill
gschwarzl·Q;conxast .ne:
{717) 805-9390
MIKE McCLARY
Indianapolis Metropolitan
STEVE SHIPKOWSKI
San Diego Police Department
[email protected]
Police Department
X0032·Q)lndygo'/.org
(317) 327-5383
MARK CARON
Massachusetts State Police
[email protected]
[email protected]
(619) 527-6021
JAMES McCLENDON
Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office
[email protected]
{504) 832-2456
RICK SMITH
scon NEWSOME
City of Charleston Police Department
ANDREWTERPAK
City of Miami Beach
[email protected]!.gov
(305) 673-7000,ext 3601
[email protected]
(843)120·2485
TONY GONZALEZ
New Mexico State Police
[email protected]
{505) 827-910'·
EARL NEWTON
Oklahoma City Police Department
[email protected]
(/f05) 297-1166
DAVID HAlLIDAY
Michigan State Police
[email protected]
(517) 335-9887
ALROB!NSON
Nevada Highway Patrol
Charlotte~Meckffinburg
Police Department
[email protected]
(704) 336-5691
DAVID TIFFT
Vermont Department of Public Safety
[email protected]
(802)655-7902
[email protected]
(775) 684-41+68
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Memorandum
To:
KPPCSD Board of Directors
APPROVED
From:
YES
NO
D
D
Gregory E. Harman, General Manager/ Chief of Police
FORWARDED TO:
Date:
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Subject:
June 13 h New Business Item #2 Change of Janitorial Service Providers
1
Since 2005, the District and the Kensington Fire Protection District have been using
Universal Building Services (UBS) as our service provider for janitorial service at the
Public Safety Building. Janitorial service is provided two days a week, with the $299.00
monthly fee split between the two Districts, with KPPCSD paying $199.34 for the
service and the KFPD paying $99.64.
Unfortunately, over the past year, with the high turnover of employees at UBS, the
current service is not comparable to the service we have received in the past. Several
discussions with UBS supervisors have not been able to rectify the situation.
I have received a proposal that is attached to this memo, from All Ways Green Services
to contract with us for janitorial service at the Public Safety Building. The cost of the
proposed service is $315.00 a month, and would be split between the two Districts, with
KPPCSD paying $210.00 and KFPD paying $105.00.
The additional monthly fee of $16.00 would more than cover the additional services we
would receive from All Ways per the agreement.
Since opening the park restroom in February 2012, UBS has been the janitorial service
provider for the park restroom, at a monthly fee of $584.00 for daily service.
Unfortunately, as indicated above, there has been a reduction in the quality of service
provided by USB, as well as confirmed missed service on weekends and holidays and
the falsification of service logs.
As mentioned above, several attempts to rectify the situation with UBS supervisors
have not only been unsuccessful, the lack of quality and service has decreased even
more so recently.
I received a service proposal from All Ways to provide daily janitorial service for the
park restroom at a monthly fee of $595.00.
KPD Memo (04/05) *
I have also received a proposal from Bill Driscoll, who we currently contract with to
provide janitorial services at the Community Center and Annex. Bill Driscoll's proposed
fee for daily restroom janitorial service is $425.00 a month.
I am requesting that the Board allow me to contract with All Ways Green Services for
janitorial service at the Public Safety Building at a cost of $315.00 a month. The District
would pay $210.00 of the fee.
I am also requesting that the Board allow me to contract with Bill Driscoll to provide
janitorial service for the park restroom at a cost of $425.00 a month for daily service.
KPD Memo (04/05)
ALL-WAYS
Green Services
Service Proposal
ern( OF KENSilN6TON
POUCH & FllR£
217 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
Prepared by
Jeffrey Gordon
May 24,2013
5901 Christie Ave, Suite 300
Emeryville, CA 94608
P: 510-558-0965
F: 510-558-1658
t) ~-~~~~~r~
Service Proposal
May 24, 2013
Cl'f'l OF KIDIISIN6iTON - POUCE & FIR£
217 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
Dear Gregory Harman:
Thank you for your time in considering All-Ways Green Services_ It was a pleasure meeting
with you. We are looking forward to being your one source Green service provider.
Our goal is to provide your company with the highest standards of cleaning as well as
maintaining those standards consistently. We are prepared to handle all of your company's
cleaning and maintenance needs. We have a variety of services available to you. I will be
happy to share with you our wide variety of Green Services.
Dependability and Convenience
*24 hours/ 7 days a week availability
*English speaking supervisors with every crew
*Fully bonded and insured
*Highly rated references provided upon request
*Green and allergy friendly cleaning solutions are available
*Experience in all types of cleaning environments
After reviewing this package I hope you will agree that All-Ways Green Services is the right
company to suit your cleaning needs.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call me.
Office# (510) 558-0965
Fax# (510) 558-1658
Sincerely,
Jeffrey Gordon
Account Executive
Page 2 of 5
t.. ~~~~~~r~
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Service Proposal
ern' OF KIENSilNSTON POLIC£ & FIRE
217 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
Gregory Harman, Chief of Polic
T. 510-236-0474 E. [email protected]
May 24,2013
Green Certified Cleaning Solutions
AREAS TO BE SERVICED
FREQUENCY
Lobby
Reception
Offices (4)
Hallway
Kitchenette
Restrooms (3)
Conference Room
Stairways and landings
Locker Room
Officer Report Area
x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2
BASIC SERVICES
FREQUENCY
Spot clean light switches, doors, door frames
Wipe down and disinfect common area counter tops
Dispose of waste and install new liners, if necessary
Remove recycling, place in proper bins
Dust office furniture
Wipe down window sills
Dust partition tops
Dust picture frames and light fixtures
Dust baseboards and chair bases
Wipe down office partitions, doors and walls
Dust window blinds
Clean air grills
Remove cobwebs
Page 3 of 5
x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
1 x/week
1 x/week
1 x/week
2 x/month
1 x/month
2 x/week
1 x/month
4 x/year
As needed
2
Service Proposal
CARPETS
FREQUENCY
Vacuum all traffic areas
Return all moved furniture to appropriate positions
Vacuum corners, edges and non-traffic areas
Vacuum stairways and landings
HARD SURFACE FLOORS
x/week
2 x/week
1 x/week
1 x/week
2
FREQUENCY
Sweep or vacuum all traffic areas
Return all moved furniture to appropriate positions
Sweep corners, edges and non-traffic areas
Thoroughly mop all areas
RESTROOMS
2
2
1
2
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
FREQUENCY
Spot clean vertical surfaces: walls, doors, and partitions
Disinfect/clean horizontal surfaces: counter tops & dispensers
Detail: door handles, kick plates and light switches
Clean and disinfect toilets and urinals
Polish all fixtures
Sanitize all sinks and detail related fixtures
Clean all mirrors
Dispose of waste and install new liners
Dust partitions and ledges
Low dusting: baseboards, toilet bases and beneath sinks
Wet mop hard surface floors using germicidal product
Restock hand soaps and paper disposables
High dusting: air grills, ceiling fixtures
KITCHEN & BREAK AREA
x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
4 x/year
2
FREQUENCY
Clean vertical surfaces: cabinets, appliances and walls
Disinfect horizontal surfaces: tables, appliances & counters
Clean and disinfect sink and detail related fixtures
Wipe down inside/outside of microwave
Page 4 of 5
2
2
2
1
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
. ALL.. WAY5
JlfJ Green Services
Service Proposal
WINDOWS & GLASS
FREQUENCY
Spot clean entrance way door glass and windows
Spot clean glass partitions
SECURITY AND COMMUNICATION
x/week
2 x/week
2
FREQUENCY
Make sure all windows and doors are locked
Disarm/arm security system
Check communication log and respond accordingly
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
All-Ways provides all GREEN cleaning solutions and equipment
Client supplies restroom products and liners
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Tuesdays and Fridays
ADDITIONAL SERVICES, BILLED SEPARATELY
Window cleaning
Carpet cleaning: $400.00
Strip, seal and wax hard surface flooring
Strip and seal restrooms with grout restoration: $22.5.00 per restroom
High Pressure Spraying
Interior and exterior painting services
Landscaping services
BID PRICE
$315.00
per month
Page 5 of 5
x/week
2 x/week
2 x/week
2
ALL-WAYS
Green Services
Service Proposal
crrY' OF KENSINGTON
PARK&. RECREATION
217 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
Prepared by
Jeffrey Gordon
May 24,2013
5901 Christie Ave, Suite 300
Emeryville, CA 94608
P: 510-558-0965
F: 510-558-1658
Service Proposal
May 24, 2013
ern' OlF' KIDIISIN6TON I'ARK &. R-ECREATION
217 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
Dear Gregory Harman:
Thank you for your time in considering All-Ways Green Services. It was a pleasure meeting
with you. We are looking forward to being your one source Green service provider.
Our goal is to provide your company with the highest standards of cleaning as well as
maintaining those standards consistently. We are prepared to handle all of your company's
cleaning and maintenance needs. We have a variety of services available to you. I will be
happy to share with you our wide variety of Green Services.
Dependability and Convenience
*24 hours /7 days a week availability
*English speaking supervisors with every crew
*Fully bonded and insured
*Highly rated references provided upon request
*Green and allergy friendly cleaning solutions are available
*Experience in all types of cleaning environments
After reviewing this package I hope you will agree that All-Ways Green Services is the right
company to suit your cleaning needs.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call me.
Office# (510) 558-0965
Fax# (510) 558-1658
Sincerely,
Jeffrey Gordon
Account Executive
Page 2 of4
ALL-~WAY5
lli!J Gn::en Services
Service Proposal
ern( OF KENSIIN6TON PARK 4
R:ECREA.TION
217 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707
Gregory Harman, Chief of Police
T. 510-236-0474 E. [email protected]
May 24, 2013
Green Certified Cleaning Solutions
AREAS TO BE SERVICED
FREQUENCY
Restrooms (2)
Random Graffiti Removal (client provides paint & brush)
RESTROOMS
7 x/week
7 x/week
FREQUENCY
Spot clean vertical surfaces: walls, doors, and partitions
Disinfect/clean horizontal surfaces: counter tops & dispensers
Detail: door handles, kick plates and light switches
Clean and disinfect toilets and urinals
Polish all fixtures
Sanitize all sinks and detail related fixtures
Clean all mirrors
Dispose of waste and install new liners
Dust partitions and ledges
Low dusting: baseboards, toilet bases and beneath sinks
Wet mop hard surface floors using germicidal product
Restock hand soaps and paper disposables
High dusting: air grills, ceiling fixtures
SECURITY AND COMMUNICATION
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
4
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/week
x/year
FREQUENCY
Make sure all windows and doors are locked
Disarm/arm security system
Utilize communication log daily and respond appropriately
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7 x/week
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SDRMA'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ELECTION BALLOT INSTRUCTIONS
Notification of nominations for four (4) seats on the Special District Risk Management Authority's (SDRMA's) Board
of Directors was ma1led to the membership in January 2013.
On May 7, 2013, SDRMA's Election Committee reviewed the nomination documents submitted by the candidates in
accordance with SDRMA's Policy No. 2012-05 Establishing Guidelines for Director Elections. The Election
Committee confirmed that seven (7) candidates met the qualification requirements and those names are included
on the Official Election Resolution and Ballot.
Enclosed is the Official Election Resolution and Ballot along with a Statement of Qualifications as submitted by each
candidate. Election instructions are as follows:
l.
The enclosed combined Official Election Resolution and Ballot must be used to ensure the integrity of the
balloting process.
2.
After selecting up to four (4) candidates, your agency's governing body must approve the enclosed Official
Election Resolution and Ballot. Ballots containing more than four (4) candidate selections will be
considered invalid and not counted.
3.
The signed Official Election Resolution and Ballot MUST be sealed and received by mail or hand delivery at
SDRMA's office on or before 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 27, 2013 to the address below. Faxes or
electronic transmissions are NOT acceptable. A self-addressed, stamped envelope is enclosed.
Special District Risk Management Authority
Election Committee
1112 "I" Street, Suite 300
Sacramento, California 95814
5.
The four-year terms for newly elected Directors will begin on January 1, 2014 and terminate on December
31, 2017.
6.
Important balloting and election dates are:
August 27, 2013- Deadline for members to return the signed Official Election Resolution and Ballot
August 29, 2013 - Ballots are opened and counted
August 30, 2013- Election results are announced and candidates notified
September 18, 2013- Newly elected Directors are introduced at the SDRMA Annual Breakfast to be held in
Monterey at the CSDA Annual Conference
October 29-30, 2013 ·-Newly elected Directors are invited to attend SDRMA Board meeting (Sacramento)
January 2014- Newly elected Directors are seated and Board officer elections are held
Please do not hesitate to call SDRMA's Chief Financial Officer Paul Frydendal at 800.537.7790 if you have any
questions regarding the election and balloting process.
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RESOLUTION NO.
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A RESOLUTION OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE
Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District
FOR THE ELECTION OF DIRECTORS TO THE SPECIAL DISTRICT
RISK MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
WHEREAS, Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA) is a Joint Powers
Authority formed under California Government Code Section 6500 et seq., for the purpose of
providing risk management and risk financing for California special districts and other local
government agencies; and
WHEREAS, SDRMA's Sixth Amended and Restated Joint Powers Agreement specifies
SDRMA shall be governed by a seven member Board of Directors nominated and elected from the
members who have executed the current operative agreement and are participating in a joint
protection program; and
WHEREAS, SDRMA's Sixth Amended and Restated Joint Powers Agreement Article 7 .
Board of Directors specifies that the procedures for director elections shall be established by
SDRMA's Board of Directors; and
WHEREAS, SDRMA's Board of Directors approved Policy No. 2012-05 Establishing
Guidelines for Director Elections specifies director qualifications, terms of office and election
requirements; and
WHEREAS, Policy No. 2012-05 specifies that member agencies desiring to participate in the
balloting and election of candidates to seiVe on SDRMA's Board of Directors must be made by
resolution adopted by the member agency's governing body.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the governing body of the Kensington Police
Protection and Community SeiVices District selects the following candidates to seiVe as Directors on
the SDRMA Board of Directors:
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OFFICIAL 2013 ELECTION BALLOT
SPECIAL DISTRICT RISK MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
VOTE FOR ONLY FOUR (4) CANDIDATES
Mark each selection directly onto the ballot, voting for no more than four (4) candidates. Each candidate may receive only
one (1) vote per ballot. A ballot received with more than four (4) candidates selected will be considered invalid and not
counted. All ballots must be sealed and received by mail or hand delivery in the enclosed self-addressed, stamped envelope
at SDRMA on or before 5:00p.m., Tuesday, August 27,2013. Faxes or electronic transmissions are NOT acceptable.
0
MURIL CLIFT
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MIKE SCHEAFER
(INCUMBENT)
Director, Cambria Community Services District
DirectorNice President, Costa Mesa Sanitary District
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JOHN WOOLLEY
Director/Finance Officer, Manila Community Services District
0
TIM UNRUH
District Manager, Kern County Cemetery District No. 1
0
JEAN BRACY
0
DENNIS MAYO
(INCUMBENT)
Director of Administrative Services, Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District
Director/President, McKinleyville Community Services District
0
DAVID ARANDA (INCUMBENT)
General Manager, North of the River Municipal Water District
ADOPTED this _ _ day of
the following roll call votes listed by name:
, 2013 by the Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District by
AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:
ATTEST:
APPROVED:
Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
This information will be distributed to the membership with the ballot, "exactly as submitted" by
the candidates- no attachments will be accepted. No statements are endorsed by SDRMA.
Murll N. Clift
Nominee/Candidate
Cambria Community Services District
District/Agency
PO Box 65 -1316 Tamsen St., Cambria 93428
Work Address
805-927-6223
Home Phone 805- 927-7124
Work Phone
Why do you want to serve on the SDRMA Board of Directors? (Response Required)
It 11as been an honor and privilege to serve on SDRMA's Board of Directors for the past four years.
During that time the Board, through prudent financial management has:
•
Held rates stable In a serve recession.
•
Instituted longevity bonuses for member loyalty
•
Established programs to assist handling and preventing workers compensation claims through
the Company Nurse Program and Safety Equipment Reimbursement Program
•
Expanded training and professional development opportunities through financing the Targeted
Solutions Program and Special Districts Leadership Foundation
I want to continue on the Board to support these programs and seek additional service opportunities to
members while providing exceptional value in Insurance access.
What Board or committee experience do you have that would help you to be an effective Board
Member? (SDRMA or any other organization) (Retponae·RiiQuired)
My background includes a combination of a strong commitment to the concept of the Special District
form of government and a 41 year career in the private personal and commercial insurance industry.
In addition to serving the past four years on the SDRMA Board, I currently serve as:
•
Director, Cambria Community Services District
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Director, Special Districts Leadership Foundation
•
Commissioner, San Luis Obispo County LAFCO
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Member, Special Districts Legislative Committee
I am totally committed to the Special District as the most direct form of local government.
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
What special skills, talents, or experience (including volunteer experience) do you have?
(Response Required)
Having served on the Boards of several different types of Special Districts- School District, Airport
District, Multi Services District and Single Service Agency- gives me an understanding of the different
problems faced by districts and the opportunities for SDRMA to provide assistance.
My 41 year career, now retired, in the private personal and commercial insurance industry provides an
understanding of the liabilities Districts face and how SDRMA can meet our member's risk management
and insurance needs.
What is your overall vision for SDRMA? (Response Requited)
My vision for SDRMA is incorporated In SDRMA's Mission Statement of "providing renewable, efficiently
priced risk management services through a financially sound pool to CSDA member districts".
First, I see SDRMA's primary responsibility is to provide as much stability to risk financing as possible
maintaining financial security of the risk pool.
Second, I see SDRMA expanding the risk management services through expanded training and
professional development provided to Its members.
I certify that I meet the candidate qualifications as outlined in the SDRMA election policy. I further
certify that I am willing to serve as a director on SDRMA's Board of Directors. I will commit the
time and effort necessary to serve. Please consider my application for nomination/candidacy to
the Board of Directors.
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
This information will be distributed to the membership with the ballot, "exactly as submitted" by
the candidates- no attachments will be accepted. No statements are endorsed by SDRMA.
Nominee/Candidate Mike Scheafer
District/Agency Costa Mesa Sanitary District
Work Address 1551-B Baker St., Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Work Phone 714 435-0300
Home Phone 714 549-4961
Why do you want to serve on the SDRMA Board of Directors? (Response Required)
As an insurance professional for over 40 years I have become acutely aware of the need for
strong risk management practices and procedures. I work hard to not only manage my own risk,
but those of my customers and my Special District. I have a desire to share my skill and
expertise with the various Districts in California.
I believe the increasing stress and challenges in risk management for Special Districts need a
knowledgeable, committed professional like myself.
My professional life has given me an opportunity to serve various "communities" in a number of
ways. Serving on the SDRMA Board is another opportunity to serve, one in which I would be
honored to do.
What Board or committee experience do you have that would help you to be an effective Board
Member? (SDRMA or any other organization) (Response Required)
I have served as a Board Member for a number of non-profit and civic groups and agencies. In
almost every experience I have been chosen as Chair or President for those groups. I believe
this is a demonstration of my leadership skills. I have received a number of awards for that
service.
I founded 2 non-profit organizations dedicated to serving my community. I currently serve on 2
CSDA committees. I am a former City Councilmember for the City of Costa Mesa, former Parks
and Recreation Commissioner, and previously served as a CMSD Director.
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
What special skills, talents, or experience (including volunteer experience) do you have?
(Response Required)
I am a recognized leader and educator in the insurance industry with several awards for my
experience in insurance awareness and risk avoidance. I hold a Community College teaching
credential in Insurance Education.
State Farm Insurance appointed me at the Legislative Advisor to Assemblywoman Marilyn
Brewer. I continue to work as an insurance advisor for State and Federal organizations in
legislative affairs and issues.
As a past international officer for Lions Clubs International, I am often consulted on insurance or
risk management issues for local Lions Clubs.
I continue to be the "go to guy" for risk management advice for various local and state groups.
What is your overall vision for SDRMA? (Response Required)
Special Districts are faced with many challenges in today's environment, risk management being
one of them. There is a definite need for comprehensive plans for reducing risks, which
ultimately provided cost benefits to the Districts. My vision for SDRMA is to advise and help
implement the types of plans that allow Districts success. At the same time SDRMA needs to
provide comprehensive, low cost coverages to protect Districts from the unforseen
circumstances that will happen. SDRMA continues to provide those benefits. I would look
forward to being a part of the process of protection for Special Districts.
I certify that I meet the candidate qualifications as outlined in the SDRMA election policy. I further
certify that I am willing to serve as a director on SDRMA's Board of Directors. I will commit the
time and effort necessary to serve. Please consider my application for nomination/candidacy to
the Board of Directors.
Candidate Signature
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Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
This information will be distributed to the membership with the ballot, "exactly as submitted" by
the candidates- no attachments will be accepted. No statements are endorsed by SDRMA.
Nominee/Candidate John Woolley
District/Agency Manila Community Services District
Work Address 147 Melvin Lane Arcata, CA 95521
Work Phone 707.498.1371
Home Phone 707.443.6889
Why do you want to serve on the SDRMA Board of Directors? (Response Required)
I was fortunate to be part of the beginnings of SDRMA when it was created in the latter part of the
1980's, then under the name Special District Insurance Agency. From there the focus changed,
from not just providing basic insurance, but recognized risk management is the essential service
and purpose for the existence of the entity, and therefore, so did the name change to SDRMA.
From these experiences on the Board of Directors, I personally grew and became an advocate for
its abilities and services. Now retired, but still engaged in community volunteer service, I remain
attracted to the work of SDRMA and find the possibility to serve on the Board to be an exciting
opportunity, and a position I am sure will be personally fulfilling. The SDRMA Management and
Board Team have been providing excellent leadership, maintaining the stability and member
services necessary for SDRMA to be successful, and it would be an honor to serve with them.
What Board or committee experience do you have that would help you to be an effective Board
Member? (SDRMA or any other organization) (Response Required)
I have had over 30 years experience in various public service postions. Besides serving my
community service district for 16 years, I was elected to the Humboldt County Board of
Supervisors in 1996, serving 3 terms before stepping down to take a position as Field
Representative for Assemblymember Wesley Chesbro, retiring in 2012. During my time on the
Board of Supervisors, I was active in creating joint powers authorities, providing vital services in
waste management, energy conservation, and other fields, where I was able to bring their risk
management needs to SDRMA. I am familiar with the communities of our northwest counties, i.e
Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity from my experiences with both the Board of Supervisors and the
State Assembly. Currently, besides serving on the Manila CSD, I am Board member of our local
county wide economic development organization, Redwood Region Economic Development
Commission, also a SDRMA member; a member of the Humboldt State University President's
Advisory Board, and Board President of the North Coast Cooperative.
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
What special skills, talents, or experience (including volunteer experience) do you have?
(Response Required)
From my previous experiences with SDRMA, I have a good understanding of the organization's
policies and procedures that provide a systematic ability to offer excellent coverages and risk
management services. From my overall experience in public board sevice, I am knowlegeable of
the understanding required to set policy, review and understand budgets, develop and follow
appropriate personnel policies, and other legal Board requirements. I have had a good deal
experience in making presentations. I have good knowledge of the legislative process and can
assist in guiding efforts to achieve legislative goals beneficial to SDRMA and its members.
What is your overall vision for SDRMA? (Response Required)
Clearly SDRMA has been successful over the years in providing risk management services,
attracting and retaining members, providing stable rates, while practicing in a collaborative ability
among the Board and Management Team members. It is Important to all of SDRMA that these
same successes be part of its future endeavors.
At the same time, SDRMA must be mindful of the changes in the risk management world and
create responsive business plans that will continue and enhance upon the existing level of
services. To do so, SDRMA Board members must remain in good communication with its
members; reflecting their concerns and interests, and representing SDRMA wherever possible in
their communities. When the Board is considering changes or new level of services, it must
remain diligent to protecting its members assets.
I certify that I meet the candidate qualifications as outlined in the SDRMA election policy. I further
certify that I am willing to serve as a director on SDRMA's Board of Directors. I will commit the
time and effort necessary to serve. Please consider my application for nomination/candidacy to
the Board of Directors.
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
This information will be distributed to the membership with the ballot, "exactly as submitted" by
the candidates- no attachments will be accepted. No statements are endorsed by SDRMA.
Nominee/Candidate
DistricVAgency
Work Address
Work Phone
Timoth W. Unruh
Kern County Cmeetery District No. 1
18662 Santa Fe Way/ P 0 Box 354, Shafter CA 93263
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Why do you want to serve on the SDRMA Board of Directors? (Response Required)
This is an opportunity to give back to the members of SDRMA; I am especially
interested in keeping a small district influence on the board. It is important to
maintain a balanced perspective for the decisions that impact all the members of
SDRMA.
What Board or committee experience do you have that would help you to be an effective Board
Member? (SDRMA or any other organization) (Response Required)
I haye been the District Manager for the Kern County Cemetery District for 26 years.
I have had various and extensive Board experience as f61liDws:
Locally:
Kern County Special District Association - worked for LAFCo representation for
special districts; Kern County Association of Public Cemeteries; 10 years on local
school board
and(~various
community boards.
State:
California Special Districts Association-currently on Legislation Committee and 3
years as a Director. one year as Legislation Comittee Chair. While on CSDA I met
with SDRMA in various joint meetings in an effort to help both organizations in
their work together. California Association of Public Cemeteries-on board 10 years,
past president and currently as legislation committee chair.
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
What special skills, talents, or experience (including volunteer experience) do you have?
(Response Required)
Those that know me, know that I am a people person and will work to make my
involvement the best that I can. I have ·an interest in legislation and currently am '"
on on CSDA Legislation Commitee and have been a past chairman of the CSDA Legislation
Committee. I have been working on various committees for 30 years and understand that
i t is important to listen to the needs of the committee and the members.
What is your overall vision for SDRMA? (Response Required)
SDRMA has shown a great concern for the special districts in California in their
commitment to meeting their insurance needs. This is done by being involved and
listening to members. I wish to expand thatbasic concept by continuing to create
education opportunities and create a tool box that districts can use to reduce
claims and keep employees safe.
I certify that I meet the candidate qualifications as outlined in the SDRMA election policy. I further
certify that I am willing to serve as a director on SDRMA's Board of Directors. I will commit the
time and effort necessary to s_erve. Please consider my application for nomination/candidacy to
the Board of Directors. -·
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
This Information will be distributed to the membership with the ballot, "exactly as submitted" by
the candidates- no attachments will be accepted. No statements are endorsed by SDRMA.
Nominee/Candidate
District/Agency
Work Address
Work Phone
Jean Bracy, SDA
Mojave Desert Air Quanty Management District
14306 Park Ave., Victorville, CA 92392
760-245-1661
Why do you want to serve on the SDRMA Board of Directors?
I have served on the SDRMA Board of Directors for nearly four years. During this term, the Board has adopted
many important programs and policies aimed to provide members cost effective coverage and to support every
member's effort to develop safe working environments. During my tenure, the Board voted each year to hold
rates flat for the property/liability program; established a multiple-policy discount (5%) for each member who
belongs to both the property/liability and the workers compensation programs; created the longevity distribution
which shares investment earnings with members who continue with SDRMA programs; established the loss
prevention allowance funds which reimburses members for safety-related costs up to $1,000; launched and
enhanced the SDRMA interactive website; strengthened support to California Special Districts Association (CSDA)
and the Special District Leadership Foundation (SDLF); provided FREE online training through Target Solutions; and
contracted with Company Nurse to provide FREE screening services for work-related injury cases.
I have worked closely with SDRMA for 13 years. I am attracted to its member-focused, pro-active, and positive
mission. I would like to see- and be a part of- SDRMA continue this member-centric approach.
What Board or committee experience do you have that would help you to be an effective Board
Member? (SDRMA or any other organization)
I am currently serving my second term on the Board of Directors for the Special District Leadership Foundation
(SDLF), representing the SDRMA. As a member of this Board I have been part of the renewal and expansion of the
SDLF programs, including the premier program, District of Distinction, also the Special District Administrator
Certificate, the Recognition of Special District Governance, and the newly created District Transparency Certificate
of Excellence.
My career experience with special districts has helped me to understand the issues specific to smaller
organizations. I have learned what it really means for an organization to do more with less. I have also learned
that political realities for special districts are distinct from other forms of governments. As the Director of
Administrative Services for the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District, I am the staff representative to the
Governing Board Committees for Budget and Personnel. I am a member of and have chaired the California Air
Pollution Control Officers Association (CAPCOA) statewide committees for Fiscal and Human Resource officers. I
organized and have chaired the Alternate Fuel Task Force for the Mojave Desert air basin; I have represented the
District in the Antelope Valley Clean Cities Coalition.
My working opportunities have crossed several public service types. I served as the Victorville city representative
to the Technical Advisory Committee for the Victor Valley Transit Authority and as the City representative and
officer on the Executive Committee of the Regional Economic Development Authority. I volunteered four years on
the Board of Directors of the Victor Valley Federal Credit Union. For six years, I worked as an adjunct professor at
Victor Valley Community College teaching Public Works Administration.
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Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
What special skills, talents, or experience (including volunteer experience) do you have?
As professional and as a volunteer, I have a wide range of experiences with organizational structures, long term
and vision planning, development of staff and volunteers, and resource and program management. My experience
of leading organizational activities and implementing change for growth includes bringing together
intergenerational and multicultural groups to achieve common goals.
I am an effective manager with expertise in efficient and productive management implementing process
improvements in finance, human resources, risk management, and a wide variety of related administrative and
organizational functions. I have led highly skilled teams to support the achievement of overall agency goals and
objectives.
I earned a Master's Degree in Public Administration from California State University, San Bernardino
I earned the Special District Administrator Certification from the Special Districts Leadership Foundation
I earned the Recognition of Special District Governance from the Special Districts Leadership Foundation
I earned the Masters Certification in Labor Relations from the California Public Employers Labor Relations
Association (CALPELRA)
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What is your overall vision for SDRMA?
I want to continue contributing my experience and expertise to SDRMA's overall function to further strengthen
and enhance the Jines of services provided by SDRMA. I want to be part of the mission to enhance the member's
experience through claims management and education that leads to loss prevention.
1certify that I meet the candidate qualifications as outlined in the SDRMA election policy. I further
certify that I am willing to serve as a director on SDRMA's Board of Directors. I will commit the
time and effort necessary to serve. Please consider my application for nomination/candidacy to
the Board of Directors.
Candidate Signature
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Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
This information will be distributed to the membership with the ballot, "exactly as submitted" by
the candidates- no attachments will be accepted. No statements are endorsed by SDRMA.
Nominee/Candidate Dennis Mayo
District/Agency
McKinleyville Community Services District
Work Address
1656 Sutter Road, McKinleyville, CA
95519_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Work Phone
(707) 839-3251 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Home Phone_(707) 832-9334
Why do you want to serve on the SDRMA Board of Directors? (Response Required)
SDRMA on a nuts and bolts level is the single most important Board for Special Districts. Serving ones
District is a special trust given by the local electorate. Being elected by ones peer's to serve in the
betterment of all Special Districts honors those constituents and allows me to be the voice of my District.
I am dedicated to public service and feel my work ethics and experience will be a valuable asset to
SDRMA, my District and all our Special Districts.
What Board or committee experience do you have that would help you to be an effective Board
Member? (SDRMA or any other organization) (Response Required)
Currently I am the Board President of McKinleyville Community Services District: Director of Open Beach
and Trails; ACWA Region 1 Board Member: JPINACWA Employee Benefit Committee member; Director
of membership Moose Lodge No. 208; Legislative analyst for California Commercial Beach Fisherman
Association: North Coast Representative for the Blue Ribbon Coalition.
Formerly a Humboldt County Planning Commissioner; V1ce President McKinleyville Rodeo Association:
Lake Earl Grange member: Member of the California State Grange Consumer Committee: Humboldt Bay
Harbor District Strategic Plan: Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District Strategic Plan. Member of the
Arcata Fire Protection District Fund Coordinator and other Boards and Commissions over the past (40)
forty years.
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Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
What special skills, talents, or experience (including volunteer experience) do you have?
(Response Required)
I have a Life and Casualty Insurance experience and worked in the field in my earlier years. I have
extensive experience with group dynamic's and the interplay of Workman's Compensation. I have
worked on Legislative issues and developed specific language for successful Stale and Federal
Legislation and have negotiated many successful employee contracts. From groups as small as a Rodeo
Committee to a twenty million dollar Water District, dotting the "l's" and crossing the "T's" on insurance
issues means the difference between success and failure. I have a unique talent working with diverse
groups and getting to the heart of an issue.
What is your overall vision for SDRMA? (Response Required)
California is in financial crisis. There are local, regional and national pressures that make stewarding the
public trust seem almost a nightmare. SDRMA is planted deeply and perhaps unfairly in the middle of
that crucible. It is often said that we must think outside the box for creating solutions. The truth is we
must think both outside and inside the box to provide the best service for Special Districts in our Districts
and our State. It is my hope to bring a powerful and creative energy to this Board and leave no stone
unturned to make SDRMA the best it can be.
I certify that I meet the candidate qualifications as outlined in the SDRMA election policy. I further
certify that I am willing to serve as a director on SDRMA's Board of Directors. I will commit the
time and effort necessary to serve. Please consider my application for nomination/candidacy to
the Board of Directors.
Candidate Signature
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
This information will be distributed to the membership with the ballot, "exactly as submitted" by
the candidates- no attachments will be accepted. No statements are endorsed by SDRMA.
Nominee/Candidate
District/Agency
Work Address
Work Phone
David Aranda
North of the River Municipal Water District
4000 Rio Del Norte Street, Bakersfield, CA 93308
661-393-5411
Home Phone
661-300-1231
Why do you want to serve on the SDRMA Board of Directors? (Response Required)
I would like to be part of a team that continues to make SDRMA the best risk services provider in
the State. It is my desire to see SDRMA continue to be responsive to its members and all Special
Districts in regard to coverage, education and pricing.
What Board or committee experience do you have that would help you to be an effective Board
Member? (SDRMA or any other organization) (Response Required)
My Board and Committee experience include the following:
•
1998- Present: SDRMA Board
o 2000-2006: SDRMA Board President
o 201 0-Present: SDRMA Board President
•
1999-Present: Special District Leadership Foundation
o 1999-Present: Served as SDLF Chair
•
Other Board of Director Experiences:
o California Special Districts Association Board of Directors
o California Rural Water Board of Directors
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Special District Risk Management Authority
Board of Directors
Candidate's Statement of Qualifications
What special skills, talents, or experience (including volunteer experience) do you have?
(Response Required)
Experience and "thinking outside the box".
What is your overall vision for SDRMA? (Response Required)
To see the Following:
1. Claims reduced to an unbelievable low number due to education, safety practices, and an
overall safety culture promoted by SDRMA and practiced by all Districts.
2. Premium payments reduced by 50% by 2020 due to sound investment and low claims.
I certify that I meet the candidate qualifications as outlined in the SDRMA election policy. I further
certify that I am willing to serve as a director on SDRMA's Board of Directors. I will commit the
time and effort necessary to serve. Please con ider my application for nomination/candidacy to
the Board of Directors.
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