Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Town of Watertown              Town Council Committee of the Budget and Fiscal Oversight             Report of the Meeting...
Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011The Committee reconvened on February 24, 2010 at 7 pm. Present were Mr. ...
Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011Discussion of the School Department’s CIP items included the following k...
Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 20113) Remove the $155,000 for the street sweeper from the FY11 CIP and fund...
Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011Next, Mr. Driscoll presented the changes to the proposed FY2011 Loan Ord...
Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011       Implementing the Committee’s conceptual recommendations on the C...
FISCAL YEAR 2OL2     TOWN OFWATERTOWN     PRETIMINARY BUDGET          OVERVIEW          October 26,2010To download this pr...
Expenditure Fore cast      Debt and Interest                                   FY2011            FY20t2               FYz0...
EXPENDITURE FORECAST                                  DEBT AND INTEREST                                                 2l...
(ft.rGrN/, L             t                                                                                         Proj ec...
PROJECTED COMPARISON                                                          02107111                                    ...
TOWN OF WATERTOWN                                                                                            CIP FY 12 TO ...
TOWN OF WATERTOWN                                                                                               CIP FY 12 ...
LOCAL ROADS                                                           CAPITOL IMPROVEMENT PLANWATERTOWN ROADWAY IMPROVEMEN...
ESTIMATED                     FUNDINGPROJECT #                  PROJECT DESCRITPTION                           cosT       ...
13   Town Wlde Sldewalk lmprovements     Construction                                          $       382,503 Existing FY...
AS OF 312111         t FUND    INUMBER                                       AMOUNT 5067    TMWRA   PIPE                r ...
,t            il              _:            t---co-oE                    -I-                    ra-ir    f-               ...
WATERTOWN SCHOOL DEPARTMENTCAP ITAL PROJECTS FY2OO7.FY2OOgLast Jpdated 02120111                                           ...
WATERTOWN SCHOOL DEPARTMENTCAP ITAL PROJECTS FY2OO7.FY2OOgLast Updated 02120111                                           ...
20 tl OUTSTANDING PROJEqTS/WIP . CAPITAL as of February 20,2W                              Funds                          ...
Watertown Public Schools FY2011Capital I m p rovem ent S u m mer Sc heduleAs of 0U2A2U1                                   ...
Watertown Public Schools FY2011Capital lmprovement Summer ScheduleAs of 0422/2011                                         ...
WATERTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY2O12 PROPOSED CAPITAL PLAN FEBRUARY 24,2011                                              FY2012...
Outstanding Capital ProjectsGompletion Estimate                                       Funds Available   Est Comp DateHigh ...
Watertown School DepartmentSchool Vehicles  2t24t2011                                                       SnowModel Year...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Watertown, MA FY 2011 03-08 budget and finance committee report

861 views

Published on

Published in: News & Politics
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Watertown, MA FY 2011 03-08 budget and finance committee report

  1. 1. Town of Watertown Town Council Committee of the Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report of the Meetings of February 7, 14, 24, and March 2, 2011 Report Date: March 8, 2011The purpose of the meetings was to review the Town’s Fiscal Year 2012-2016 CapitalImprovement Program (CIP) as submitted by the Town Manager on January 11, 2011, and tomake recommendations to the Town Council.The Committee convened on February 7, 2011 at 6:30 pm. Present were Vincent Piccirilli,chair; Angie Kounelis, vice chair; Cecilia Lenk, secretary; Town Manager Michael Driscoll;Town Auditor Tom Tracy; Treasurer/Collector Phyllis Marshall; and Director of Parks andRecreation Peter Centola. Also present was Councilor John Donohue. The discussionincluded:  Overall review of the FY12-16 CIP by Mr. Driscoll, and an update of the preliminary FY12 budget revenues and expenditures.  Review by Mr. Centola of proposed capital projects for Parks and Recreation, including the plans for Victory Field, and renovations to other parks and playgrounds throughout the Town.  Review by Ms. Marshall of proposed capital items for the Department of Administration, Information Technology, Fire Department, Police Department, Library, Senior Center, and Skating Rink.  The CIP energy-related projects and status of the ESCo contract. Ms. Marshall noted that the ‘investment-grade audit” is in progress and will be completed by the end of March. The scope of work will be presented in May for the Town to decide how to proceed.  Presentation by Mr. Tracy of the “CIP FY12 to FY16 Cost Analysis” showing proposed principal and interest payments by year for each capital expenditure.The meeting adjourned at 8:45 pm.The Committee reconvened on February 14, 2011 at 6:30 pm. Present were Mr. Piccirilli, Ms.Kounelis, Ms. Lenk, Mr. Driscoll, Mr. Tracy, Ms. Marshall, Gerald Mee, Superintendent ofPublic Works; Steven Magoon, Director of Community Development & Planning; and JosephWebb, Webb Consulting Services. The discussion included:  Presentation by Mr. Webb of the “Telecommunications Needs Assessment Report” for the both Town and School buildings, as prepared by Webb Consulting Services. The estimated cost was $162,830 for the Town and $396,036 for the Schools.  Review by Mr. Mee of the Department of Public Works CIP items, excluding road construction projects.  Presentation by Mr. Magoon of the Department of Community Development and Planning’s CIP items.The meeting adjourned at 8:45 pm.
  2. 2. Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011The Committee reconvened on February 24, 2010 at 7 pm. Present were Mr. Piccirilli, Ms.Kounelis, Ms. Lenk, Mr. Driscoll, Mr. Tracy, Ms. Marshall, Council President Mark Siderisand Councilor Donohue. The following Watertown Public Schools representatives werepresent: Anthony Paolillo, School Committee chair; Laurie McManus, School Committeemember and Chair of Buildings & Grounds subcommittee; Superintendent Ann Koufman-Frederick; Allie Altman, Director of Business Services; and Jay Francione, Director ofFacilities. Also present was Dr. Gong Haoqun, a visiting scholar from China, and a studentreporter from Boston University.Discussion of the School Department’s CIP items included the following key points:  Ms. Altman and Mr. Francione presented the status of the School capital projects from FY07 through FY10. They reported that $165,252 in school capital funds remains unspent from FY10 and earlier.  Ms. Altman and Mr. Francione presented the status on the School capital projects from FY11 (summer 2010), showing $164,343 unspent but budgeted for work remaining to be done, and a positive variance of $29,326, from the Town Council $525,000 appropriation.  Ms. Altman and Mr. Francione presented the School’s proposed FY12 (summer 2011) capital requests totaling $570,700.  Mr. Webb presented his telephone report to School officials earlier in the day. The new phone system was the School Department’s top priority last year, and they agreed it was still their top priority. It was noted that the phone system cost of $396,036 was not included in the requested $570,700.  It was calculated that the School Department had $358,921 available in unspent capital funds from prior years. (165,252 + 164,343 + 29,326)  A working concept was agreed to as follows: a) The School Department would use the available $358,921 and reprioritize it for summer 2011 projects. b) Instead of borrowing $600,000 in FY11 for school projects, the Town Council would borrow about $570,000 for the town-wide phone system in FY11. c) The School Department would have $358,921 plus $396,036 for the phones for work to be done in summer 2011.  The following actions were agreed for the next meeting: a) The School Department will come back with a re-prioritized list for the $358,921 for summer 2011 projects. b) The School Department will confirm that the phone system is their top priority project for summer 2011. c) Mr. Francione would provide a list of school vehicles, and discuss with Mr. Mee the potential cost savings from sharing of vehicles with the DPW.The meeting adjourned at 8:40 pm.The Committee reconvened on March 2, 2011 at 5:30 pm. Present were Mr. Piccirilli, Ms.Kounelis, Ms. Lenk, Mr. Driscoll, Mr. Tracy, Ms. Marshall, Mr. Mee, Mr. Francione, and Mr.Sideris. Also present were Vice President Steve Corbett and Councilor Tony Palomba. Page 2 of 6
  3. 3. Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011Discussion of the School Department’s CIP items included the following key points:  Mr. Francione confirmed that the School Department agrees that that the $396,036 phone system is their top priority project for summer 2011.  Mr. Francione presented the reprioritized list of capital projects for summer 2011 using the $358,192.  It was agreed that the $35,000 for the Hosmer PA/Clock system should be included in the phone bid. If that is possible, Mr. Francione said the $35,000 would be used for the High School auditorium ceiling and wall repairs, as it was his next highest priority.  Mr. Francione presented the list of school vehicles currently in use.  Mr. Tracy noted that the $358,921 that Ms. Altman reported that the School Department has in unspent capital funds is different than what the Town accounting system shows. Ms. Altman was not able to supply updated information in time for this meeting.Discussion of the DPW’s CIP road projects included the following key points:  Mr. Mee presented a report showing $119,167 remaining from the Phase 1 $2.5M (summer 2009) and Phase 2 $2.5M (summer 2010) local road projects. This will be used to finish the mill & overlay of Arlington St from Nichols to Arsenal, which was not able to be completed last year.  Mr. Mee presented a CIP strategic plan showing 18 major roadway, sidewalk, water, sewer and other construction projects. These projects will be started in April 2011. The total unspent costs identified to date are $16,079,103. The total funds currently available are $10,964,427 per the analysis supplied by Mr. Tracy.  Many of the DPW projects shown are still in the conceptual stage, and Mr. Mee will bring these before the Public Works Committee for policy guidance before proceeding.  It should be noted that Watertown does not actually have MassDOT Chapter 90 funds yet, but they are apportioned by MassDOT after the projects start.  There is actually $684,254 in “FY11 Street & Sidewalk Funds”. The $300,000 shown on the list will be used for projects as shown. With the balance of $384,000 Mr. Mee would like to do selective mill and overlay road repairs to the most severely pot-holed roads, noting that this winter’s weather has taken quite a toll.  Regarding the Phase 3 $2.5M local road construction proposal that was presented in February 2010, Mr. Mee said that he needs to update the Roadway Management Program, which was done in 2007, because the condition of many roads has changed. He will update the Phase 3 plan and present it next year.After completing the review of the CIP, the Committee voted unanimously to approve each ofthe following conceptual recommendations: 1) For School Department projects, use the $358,921 unspent capital fund balance they currently have on hand for summer 2011 projects, instead of borrowing $600,000 as planned in FY11. 2) Proceed with the new town-wide phone system as recommended in the “Telecommunications Needs Assessment Report”, at an approximate cost of $162,830 for the Town and $396,063 for the Schools, plus $14,500 to pay for Webb Consulting Services to oversee the project, to be funded by borrowing $573,500 in FY11. Page 3 of 6
  4. 4. Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 20113) Remove the $155,000 for the street sweeper from the FY11 CIP and fund it from the Water-Sewer capital fund as this is an EPA stormwater requirement.4) Have Ms. Marshall work with bond counsel to use the $75,000 bonded funds left over from the purchase of the new pumper in FY10 to be allocated to the purchase of the new $209,000 ambulance in FY11.5) Take a holistic and comprehensive approach to IT spending in each department, so that the most efficient and uniform hardware and software solutions will be used.6) Have the Historic Commission prioritize and make recommendations on use of capital funds allocated for monument restoration, and seek both grants and state and federal funds for these projects.7) Agree with the DPW recommendation to use the approximately $11M unspent capital fund balance and apportioned Chapter 90 funds for projects beginning in April 2011, while deferring the planned $2.5M borrowing until FY12 for summer 2012 projects, subject to the following conditions: a) Mr. Tracy will work with Mr. Mee to synchronize DPW projects with the availability of unspent capital funds and Chapter 90 funds to be apportioned. b) The Roadway Management Program must be updated with the current pavement status prior to bringing forward the $2.5M loan order for Phase 3 construction in FY12.8) Agree with the DPW recommendation to use the $384,000 FY11 Street & Sidewalk Fund balance for selective mill and overlay resurfacing to the most severely pot-holed roads to be done in summer 2011.9) Regarding School capital funds: a) Ms. Altman must reconcile unspent school capital funds with what Mr. Tracy shows in the Town’s accounting system. This task must be complete before the March 22nd Town Council meeting. b) Mr. Francione will work with Mr. Mee and Mr. Tracy to develop a plan for school vehicle use and replacement that seeks to reduce costs by sharing resources with the DPW motor pool. c) The $35,000 for the Hosmer PA/Clock system should be included in the phone bid, allowing those funds to be used for the High School auditorium ceiling and wall repairs.10) Regarding the Energy Service Company (ESCo) proposal, this Committee recommends that it reconvene to discuss the results of the “investment grade audit” and the resulting proposal to assess its impact on energy-related CIP items, and to make a recommendation on how to proceed. Page 4 of 6
  5. 5. Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011Next, Mr. Driscoll presented the changes to the proposed FY2011 Loan Order based upon therecommendations (refer to the bottom of page 2 of the 1/11/11 document).The revised list of items in the FY2011 CIP which would be included in the proposed loanorder totaled $5,324,000. The following changes would be made: a) Reduce the Victory Field Improvements by $100,000 based upon bids received. b) Delete the $600,000 School Building Improvements. c) Reduce the Public Works Equipment by $155,000. d) Add the Town-wide Phone System for $573,500.As a result, the revised FY2011 Loan Order would be for $5,042,500. The Committee votedunanimously to approve this as a conceptual recommendation. For the record, CouncilorKounelis stated that the Victory Field project was still controversial.Finally, the impact on the FY12 budget, based on the Committee’s conceptualrecommendations, would be as follows:  Debt and interest payments in FY12 would be reduced by $81,375 as follows (see attached CIP FY12 to FY16 Cost Analysis): a) Victory Field Improvement interest cost would be reduced by $3,500 to $105,000 in FY12. b) The $155,000 street sweeper FY11 borrowing would be removed, eliminating $35,000 in principal and $7,750 in interest in FY12. c) The $600,000 school FY11 borrowing would be removed, eliminating $60,000 in principal and $30,000 in interest in FY12. d) The $570,000 school FY12 borrowing would be removed, eliminating $60,000 in principal and $28,500 in interest in FY12. e) For the phone system, add $573,500 FY11 borrowing (at 5 years), adding $114,700 in principal and $28,675 in interest in FY12.  Mr. Driscoll presented an update to the October 26, 2010 preliminary budget overview showing revised assumptions (see attached dated 2/7/11). a) Revised expenditure forecast for debt & interest for FY2012 (page 49) reduced by $807,918 from $8,252,393 to $7,444,475, primarily by moving the $2.5M street & sidewalk borrowing from FY11 to FY12. FY2013 was reduced by $1,083,760 and FY 2014 was increased by $597,158 by moving the $5M street & sidewalk borrowing from FY12 to FY13. b) Revised projected comparison of revenues and expenditures for FY2012 (page 55), showing the latest FY2012 assumptions. Revenue assumptions have increased $1,132,608 from $97,815,947 to $98,948,555. Expenditure assumptions have decreased $858,328 from $101,278,007 to $100,419,679. Page 5 of 6
  6. 6. Budget and Fiscal Oversight Report - March 8, 2011  Implementing the Committee’s conceptual recommendations on the CIP would have the following impacts on the FY2012 budget: a) Total FY12 Debt & Interest would be $7,363,100, consisting of revised estimate of $7,444,475 minus $81,375 in additional debt and interest reductions. b) Total FY12 Capital Spending would be $8,226,567, consisting of $7,363,100 in debt and interest plus $863,467 of non-debt capital expenditures. c) The $81,375 in additional debt and interest reductions will further reduce the FY12 expenditure assumptions from $100,419,679 to $100,338,304. d) Based on the latest FY12 expenditure assumptions of $100,338,304, the total FY12 Capital Spending of $8,226,567 would be 8.2% of the budget. e) Based on the latest FY12 revenue assumptions of $98,948,555, the total FY12 Capital Spending of $8,226,567 would be 8.3% of the budget. f) The Committee feels this meets the FY12 Budget Policy Guideline that the Town should seek to make annual capital expenditures (including debt and exclusive of enterprise funds) equal to at least 7.5-8% of the operating budget.  Proceeding as outlined above would reduce the projects/items in the FY12 CIP with funding source “to be determined” by $350,000 by eliminating the TBD amount for the telephone system (line 24). The TBD amount would be reduced from $13,045,000 to $12,695,000.The meeting adjourned at 8:20 pm.Prepared by Cecilia Lenk and Vincent PiccirilliAttachments: A. October 26, 2010 preliminary budget overview assumptions revised 2/7/11 (5 pages) B. CIP FY12 to FY16 Cost Analysis (2 pages) C. DPW Status of Local Road Projects Phase 1 & 2 (1 page) D. DPW Strategic Plan of 18 Proposed Projects and Funding Sources (2 pages) E. DPW Available Funds (2 pages) F. WPS School Capital Projects FY2007 – FY2010 (3 pages) G. WPS FY2011 Capital Projects Status (2 pages) H. WPS Proposed FY12 Capital Plan (1 page) I. WPS Outstanding Capital Projects Completion Schedule – Summer 2011 (1 page) J. WPS School Vehicles as of 2/24/11 (1 page)The Telecommunications Needs Assessment Report dated February 4, 2011 is not attached butis available upon request. Page 6 of 6
  7. 7. FISCAL YEAR 2OL2 TOWN OFWATERTOWN PRETIMINARY BUDGET OVERVIEW October 26,2010To download this presentation, visit our website: www.watertown-ma.gov
  8. 8. Expenditure Fore cast Debt and Interest FY2011 FY20t2 FYz013 --*-***IL2.o1L*-l -99-rLr-c-q" - Permanent ,n*$-t/ltrlpfe$ $tue 9J,9€1 --Jg,1?-:2,-9?-g ." $,6;l ?-,957-," - - $-!9-!:t9,!-7A Arrflrnr.izod i Authorized rDebt/Interest $o $78,750 . $76,125 $73,500 Planned Debt/Interest ;streets & Sidewalks $o $750,000 l $1,825,000 , $1,812,500 $854,623 L-tut-zagrr $r,37 4,650 , Bond Cost of . : ,Certification , $30,000 $30,000IIttiIIt--
  9. 9. EXPENDITURE FORECAST DEBT AND INTEREST 2l7l2o1r per tf"f" 43F l2cwszd FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014DEBT AND INTEREST:Permanent Debt/l nterest $ 6,907,663 $ 6,539,020 $ 6,219,667 $ 4,648,476Authorized DebVl nterest $ $ 81,250 $ 78,500 $ 75,750Planned DebUlnterstStreet & Sidewalks $ $ 70,000 $ 911,000 $ 1,945,500Other $ 122,075 $ 724,205 $ 1,098,738 $ 1,836,558Cost of Certifying Bonds $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 TOTALS $ 7,059,738 $ 7,444,475 $ 8,237,9O5 $ 8,536,284 _go1,qrg fn./w."1 fJ,t^ * t5,^
  10. 10. (ft.rGrN/, L t Proj ected Comparison tu f zc/t t: ) FYz011 FY20t2 Variance uTaxes $7L,1.46,821. $73,635,667State Aid $L0,01,6,287 $8,650,825Local Receipts $L0,392,4LB $10,398,166Other Financing $5,13 L,289 $5,13 r,289 $oTotal Revenue $96,686,815 $97,815,947 $r,rz9,r3zEducatio n Appropriatio n $33,471,000 $34,307,775 $836,77 5Tonm Depts. Approp. $26,605,045 $27,270,L7L $665,1,26Waste Disposal $3,2r0,961. $3,307,290 $96,329Snow & Ice Removal $791,000 $912,000 $1z1,oooState Assessments $2,r6t,479 $2,220,467 $5B,9BBPension Costs $8,485,435 $8,843,728 $358,293Insurance $t2,987,1,92 $1,381,233Debt & Interest $7,059,738 $1,192,655Capital Projects & UFS fiLp14,965 $L,7 95,7 58 ($Ltg,207)Total Expenditures $96,686,815 $J,}L,278,007 $4,59L,r92Proi ected Surplu s/ (Defi cit) $o [$3,462,060) [$3,462,060)Proi ected Surplu s/ (Defi cit)No Departmental Growth [$1,960,158) [$1,960,158)
  11. 11. PROJECTED COMPARISON 02107111 REVTSED (1) PROJEGTED FY 2011 FY 2012 VARIANGEREVENUE:TAXES $ 71,404,348 $ 73,899,633 $ 2,495,284srATE ArD (3) $ 10,007,422 $ 9,599,468 $ (407,95q + -7% 11 1a 7g slv,ok-! l"- I oto(LOCAL RECEIPTS $ 10,190,648 $ 10,318,166 $ 127,518 o-fOTHER FINANCING SOURCES $ 5,131,289 $ 5,131,289 $ - TOTAL REVENUE 96,733,707 $ 98,948,555$ 2,214,848 ,-j#trtJz,betEXPENDITURES:EDUCATION APPROPRIATION 33,471,000 $ 34,307,775 $ 836,775TOWN DEPTS. APPROP. 26,893,780 $ 27,270,171 $ 376,391WASTE DISPOSAL 3,210,961 $ 3,307,290 $ 96,329SNOW & ICE 791,000 $ 912,000 $ 121,000STATE ASSESSMENTS (3) 2,161,479 $ 2,170,057 $ 8,578PENSION COSTS 8,485,435 $ 8,843,728 $ 358,293INSURANCE 12,962,192 $ 14,368,425 $ 1,406,233DEBT AND TNTEREST (2) 7,059,738 $ $ 384,737CAPITAL PROJECTS & OFU 1,698,122 $ r,795,758 $ 97,636 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 96,733,707$100,419,679$3,695,972 --71 - 75?.32A PROJECTEDSURPLUS(DEFtCtT) $ o $ (1,471,124)$ (1,471,124)PROJECTED SURPLUS/(DEFTCIT) $ (257,e58) $ (257,e58)NO DEPARTMENTAL GROWTH(1) REVIED Fy2011 BUDGET TN.LUDES BUDGETAMENDMENTV.TED 12t7t1o -- f +1qtc(L(2) DEBT AND TNTEREST AMOUNTS FOR FY 2012 tNCLUDES THE PROPOSED FY 2012-Fy 2016 Ctp SUBMTTTED 1t11t11(3) STATE AtD AND STATE ASSESSMENTS FOR FY 2012 ARE BASED UPON GOVERNORS Fy 2012 HOUSE 1 BUDGET DATED 1t26t11
  12. 12. TOWN OF WATERTOWN CIP FY 12 TO FY 15 COST ANALYSIS *PsaoctV]C TORY FIELD )I,4PROV 5 s 390,000 sADMIN BLDG BR 11 s 100.000 $ s 5 10.000 $ 5,000 I 10,000$ $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $AU I OMATED CASH DRAWER BE s 5 s 4,s00 s 3,500 s 10,000 $ 3,000 FIRE 11 $ 40.000 5 $ 10,000 2,000 $ 10,000$ 1,s00 $ 10,000 s $ s,000 $ 500 s s,000 $ 250MA1N BR 11 85.000 $ $ $ 10,000 $ 4,250 $ 10,000 $ 3750 $ 0,000 $ $ 10,000 $ 2,750 $ 10,000 $NOR]H FIRE 1 2,250 BR 11 $ 43,000 s $ $ 8,000 $ 2,400 $ 5,000 $ 2,000 $ 5,000 $ $ 5,000 $EAST FIRE $ $ 5,000 $ 1.500 1,2s0AMgULANCE BR 10,000 $ 500 $ s,000 $ 250 g-$- $-s- BE s 209,000 $ 5 $ 29,000 $ 10,450 $ 20,000 $ 9,000 20,0c0 $ 8,000 $ 20,000 $ $ 20,000 s 6,000SERVICE TRUCK BE 11 s 5s,000 $ $ $ 15,000 $ 2,750 $ 10,000 $ 2,000 10,000$ 1,500 $ 10,000 s $ 10,000 s 5oo BR 11 $ 60,000 $ 12,000 60,000 s 9.000 $ 60,000 $ s 60,000 $ 3.000 $ 30,000 $ 6,000 30,000 $ 4,500 $ 30,000 $ 30.000 $ 1,500 $ $ 35,000 $ 6,250 30,000 $ 4,s00 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $SIDEWALK TRACTOR BE 11 S 157,000 $ $ s2,000 $ 7,850 $ 35,000 I 30,000 $ $ 30,000 1,500PAITK RENOVATIONS 11 S s $ 6,250 4,500 $ 30,000 $ 1,s00 BR 200,000 15,000 10,000 $ 1s,000 I 9,250 15.000 $ I 500 $ 15,000 $ 15 000 s 7 oooSENIOR SHUTTLE BUS BE 11 $ 110.000 s s 25.000 $ 5500 $ 2s,000 s 4250 $ 20 ooo 20000 s 1SCHOOL Darre BRscHooL D€cFtenFIRE ALARM DUCT BR ,I2 $ 3OO,OOO $ 60,000 $ $ 60,000 $ s 60,000 $HIGHWAYRECONSTR STB 12 $ 13,500 10,500 7,500 s 60,000 $ 4,s00SIDEWALK RECONSTR SWB 12 $ 2,OOO,OOO $ 400.000 $ 90.000 s 400,000 $ 70,000 ! 400,000 s 50,000 s 400,000 $ 30.000 5OO OOOGIS BE 1?, $ s0,000 $-$ I - $ $ 10,000 $ $NETWORK STORAGE/SERV BE 12 $ $-$ - 1,250 $ 2,250 10,000 1,750 10,000$ 1,2s0 10,000 $ 750 60,000 $ $ 1.500 $ 15,000 $ ?-,625 $ 1s,000 $ 1.875 $ 10,000 1,250 10,000 s 750INFRASTR. MUNIS SEERVER BE 12 $ 40,000 $ 1,000 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 IPUMPER TRUCK REPLACE BE 12 $ s15,000 s-$ $ - $ $ $ 1,750 1,250 750 5,000 $ 375COI,IPARATOR 12 12,87s 35,000 $ 24,875 $ 3s,000 $ 23,125 35,000 $ 21,375 3s,000 g 19,625 BE $ 15,000 $ 375 $ 5.000 $ 625 $ 5,000 $ 375 5,000 s -$BULLET PROOF VESTSSPEED FEEOBACKTRAILER BE 12 5 12 s 12,600 s-s $ - $ 315 $ 7,600 $ 440 $ s.000 $ 125 -J 125 -$ BE 19 600 $ 490 $ 4,600 $ 865 $ 5,000 s 625 5,000 $ 37s 5,000 $ 125DIGITAL ASSET MGI,,IT SYST BE 12 $ 18 000 $ 450 8,000 $ 5,000 $ s,000 $DUMP TRUCKSSOOO GVW BE 12 $ 160.000 s-$ $ - $ $ 700 375 125 -$ PARK 12 $ 4,ooo 35,000 $ 7,125 I 3s,000 $ 5,37s 30,000 $ 3,750 30,000 $ 2,250LIGHTING LINEAR BR 30,000 $-$- $-s750 s,ooo 3 1,3/5 $ s,000 $ 1,125 5,000 $ a75 5,000 $MOXLEYCOURT RENO BR 12 $ 2s0,000 $-$- $ - $ 6,2s0 25,000 $ I 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 625VICTORY FIELD HOUSE REN BR 12 S 1500000 1 1,875 10.625 9.37s 25,000 $ a,125 100.000 $ 72 500 s 100.000 $ 67.s00 100.000 $ 62.500scHooL BR 13 $ 13 $ $ -HIGHWAY RECONSTR STB 4,000,000 13 $ I 000.000 $ too,ooo s 800,000 $ 180,000SIDEWALK RECONSTR SIAIB 5 - S 25,000GIS BE 13 50.000 $-$- -$ $ s-t- $ 1,250 10,000 2,250 10,000 $ $LIBRARY SLATELIBRARYBLDG ROOF UPDATES BR 325,000 9-$- -s 8,125 $ $ 25,000$ 15,62s 25,000 I 1,750 14,375 $ $ 10,000 25,000 $ 1,250 t3,125 BR IJ 100,000 s -$ 2,500 $ 10,000 $ 4,7so 10,000s 4,2so 10,000 $IN CRUISER VIDEOSYST BE 13 54,300 $-s- $ -$ 1,358 $ 14,300 $ 2.358 10,0003 t,750 $ t 10,000 s 3,750APPLICATION SERVER BE 13 60,000 $-$- $ -9 1,500 15,000 $ 15,000 I 1,250TRUCK DUMP 41OOO G^/V 152,000 $-$- -$ $ 2,625 1,E7s $ 10,000 $ 1,250 BE IJ $ 3,800 $ 32,000 $ 6,800 3o,ooo g 5,2s0 $ 30,000 $ 2,250FILTIPELLO PARKLIGHTING BR 200,000 a-i- $ -$ 5,000 s 15,000 $ s,625 15,000 5 8,87s 5 1s,000 $ 8,125FILLIPELLO PARK GROVE ST BR 13 225,000 $-$ s -$ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ ,ls,000RINK BLDG RENOV BR 13 775.O00 s-s- -s1 5,625 l $ 40.000 $ 10.875 37 1sO 40.000 $ 10,125 35.750 5 s $ 9.375
  13. 13. TOWN OF WATERTOWN CIP FY 12 TO FY 16 COST ANALYSISGts 8E 14 $ 50,000 1,250 s 10,000 $ 2,250 $ l0,ooo $ 1,750LIBRARY BLDG UPDATES BR 14 $ 100,000 $-i 2,500 5 10,000 $ 4,750 $ 10 000 $ 4,2s0TRACTOR/LOADER BF 14 $ 34,000 850 $ 9,000 $ .t ,475 $ 1o,0oo $ 1,000ARSENAL PARKRENOV BR 14 $ 200,000 $,:i 5,000 s 20,000 $ 9,500 $ 20 000 $ 8.s00VIC FLD TRACK& FIELD HO(BR 14 S 2,275.000 s-5 s.875scHooL BR s 50000 s 21 s 4/0,000HIGHWAY RECONSTR STB 14 $ ,14 2,000,000SIDEWALK RECONSTR SWB $ 5 ?,5C0,C00SCHOOL 1s $ 600,000IIGHWAY ITECONSTR STB 15 4,000,000 800,000 s t80,000SIDEWALK RECONSTR SWB 15 $ 1.000 000 200 000 s 45.000LIBRARY BLDG UPDATES BR 15 $ 50,000CUNNIFF SCHOOL FIELD BR 15 $ 1 50 000SKATING ARENA LOBBY uR 15 sscHooL 16 $ 5 30 000 s 14.000LIBRARY BLDG UPDATES BR 16 $ 50,000 - s 1,250OCONNEI I- ARTIFICAL TURF BR 16 $ 2,000,000 - :t 50 000HOWEPARKRENOVATION BR 16 S 5 2,200,000 FY 12 FY ,I3 FY.14 PRINCIPAL INTEREST PRIT.ICIPAL INTEREST PRINCIPAL INTEREST PERMANENT $5,183,000 $ 1,3s6,020 $ 5,018,000 $ 1,201,667 $3,574,000 S 1.074,476 $ 3,315,000 $ 858,413 AUTHOR]ZED s 55,000 $ 26,250 $ 55.000 $ 23,500 $ 55,000 I 20,750 $ 55,000 $ 15,2s0 CIP FYl2-FY16 409 000 $ 385.205 $2,831,300 $ 950,758 TOTAL b ri47,00c 5 1,767 475 $7,223,000 S 2 I 6 559 417 $7,414,47s {-t,utt+fl15 ,t cz4;{1i": b o^JS f !oot>c) cc,st I 1,tq 115
  14. 14. LOCAL ROADS CAPITOL IMPROVEMENT PLANWATERTOWN ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS - PHASE I (4/13109 TO 1U7l09) STREET NAME COMPLETION DATE TOTAL PALFREY ST 6/30/2OOs 5952,431.59 HILLTOP RD 6/30/2OOs 5197,82s.20 OTIS ST 6/30/2OOe S123,945.81 SPRING ST 6/30/zOOs S189,060.95 BEMIS ST 6/30/2OOs S155,092.00 WHITNEY ST 6/30/zOOs S152,979.08 MAPLEWOOD ST rr/7 /2oos $soo,gts.tg ARLINGTON ST 11./7 /2OOe iz+qJqt.st WARREN ST t1.17 /2OOe S126,0s3.s1 PHASE I TOTAL 52,642,344.89WATERToWN RoADWAY IMPRoVEMENTS - PHASE II (7/9/10 To 1212/10) STREET NAME COMPLETION DATE TOTAL ELM ST 7 ls/2o1O S319,832.41 RANGELEY RD 7 /s/201.0 5127,975.96COMMON ST (Orchard St to Belmont St) 1.O/30/2010 5L,063,9!7.i.s SUMMIT RD 7 /s/201.0 $ 58,983.62 BERKELEY ST 8/27/2010 S 28,938.98 ELLIOT ST 8/27/2OtO S142,810.38 CAPITOL ST 1.1./27 /201.0 s185,306.48 WELLS AVE 8/27/2010 S 35,193.56PALFREY ST (Pavement markings) L2/2/2010 s 2,903.31Construction service outside normal design projects Srgz,rsE.gg PHASE II TOTAL s2,098,04s.1S TOTAL PROJECT VALUE ss,000,000.00 TOTAL EXPENDED TO DATE PHASE I AND PHASE II s 4,740,390.05 RETAINAGE BEING HELD S 99,588.35 ENCUMBRANCES S 37,018.50 UNADJUSTED AMOUNT S 3,83s.80 SUB TOTAL S4,880,832.70 REMAINING BALANCE 5 1L9,1,67.3O
  15. 15. ESTIMATED FUNDINGPROJECT # PROJECT DESCRITPTION cosT SOURGE Phase 1 Feaseibillty Study/Conceptual Design $ 69,850 COMPLETED Phase 2 Funcitonal Design $ 55,350 CHAPTER 90 Phase 3 Preliminary Deslgn $ 400,000 TBD Phase 4 Flnal Design $ 375,000 TBD $ 900,200 Asset Management Update Pavement Management Program $ 20,000 CHAPTER 90 Traffic Slgn lnventory, Mapplng & Complianco Review $ 55,000 CHAPTER 90 Complete Traff Slgn Inv,, Mapping & Operational Review $ 7,500 oHAPTER 90 $ 82,500 Gommon St. & Golumbla Rd. Reconstructlon & Safety Design $ 75,OOO CHAPTER 90 Construction $ 1,55O,OOO TRANSPORT. IMPROV. PROG. $ 1,625,000 Waverly Ave. Rehabllltatlon Gonslruction $ 1,120,000 Existing Water/Sewer Capital Funding Curblng Cost unknown TBD $ 1,120,000 Orchard St, Rehab & Slgnals/Pollce Stat, Slgnals Construction $ 1,360,000 CHAPTER 90 Wateftown Sq. Translt Hub Design $ 60,000 CHAPTER 90 Constructlon $ 400,000 TBD $ 460,000 Howard St. Parklng Lot Design 30,000 Hart/Mason Mitigation Dev. Funds Construction 300,000 Hart/Mason Mitigation Dev. Funds Welle Ave Parklng Lot Design $ 25,000 TBD Construction $ 100,000 TBD $ 125,000 Garrol St. Rehab. Design $ 60,000 Existing Water/Sewer Gapital Funding Construction $ 600,000 Existing Water/Sewer.Gapital Funding Curbing Cost unknown TBD $ 660,000 10 Orchard St. at Lexlngton St. Deslgn $ 75,000 CHAPTER 90 Construction $ 650,000 TBD - Possible TIP Funding $ 725,000 11 Rldgelawn Cemetery lmprovemente Deslgn & Construction $ 230,000 Existing Gemetery lmprovement Funds 12 DPW Bulldlng Addltlon - Design & Construction $ 418,000 Existing DPW Renovation Funds l.(L
  16. 16. 13 Town Wlde Sldewalk lmprovements Construction $ 382,503 Existing FY 10 Stroet & Sidewalk Funds Constructlon $ 300,000 Existing FY 11 Street & Sidewalk Funds $ 682,503 Sewer & Draln Replacement and Relinlng WaverlyAve $ 520,000 Existing Water/Sewer Capltal Fundlng Rutland St $ 455,000 Existing Water/Sewer Capital Fundlng Greenough Blvd. $ 400,000 Exlsting Water/Sewer Capital Funding Various Looations $ 594,000 Existing Water/Sewer Capital Funding Various Locations $ 1,770,000 TBD $ 3,739,000{5 Water Malns Replacement Spruce St $ 310,000 Existing Water/Sewer Capital Funding Greenough Blvd. $ 990,000 Existing Water/Sewer Capital Fundlng -$ 1,3oo,ooo MWRA LOGAL PIPELINE -Water Maln Replacement Hillside Rd. & lrma Ave. $ 365,000 Existing MWRA Pipeline Acct. Main St. $ 184,750 Existing MWRA Pipeline Acct. Lexington St $ 473,900 Existing MWRA Pipeline Acct. $ 1,023,650 MWRA l/l- Sewer Replacement Boylston St & Nichols Ave l/l Removal $ 534,800 Existing MWMSewsrAcct. Edward Rd, Evans, Gllbert, Prescott, & Rutland Sts. $ 554,400 Existing I & I Phase 4Acct. $ 1,089,20018 Lexington St. Sewer & Draln Replacement Design $ 23,900 TBD Construetion $ 255,ooo TBD $ 278,900 Grand Total All.Profects $ 16,148,953 Fundlng Source Breakdown COMPLETED $ 69,850 CHAPTER 90 $ 1,707,850 TRANSPORT. IMPROV. PROG. $ 1,550,000 Existing Water/Sewer Capltal Funding $ 5,o49,ooo Existing FY 10 Street & Sidowalk Funds $ 382,503 Existing FY 11 Street & Sldewalk Funds $ 300,000 HartlMason Mitlgation Dev. Funds $ 3eo,ooo Existing Cemetery lmprovement Funds $ 230,000 Existing DPW Renovation Funds $ 418,000 Existing MWRA Pipeline Acct. $ 1,023,650 Existing MWRA Sewer Acct. $ 534,800 Existing I & I Phase 4 Acct. $ 554,400 TBD $ 3,998,900 $ 16,148,953 2 o(?-
  17. 17. AS OF 312111 t FUND INUMBER AMOUNT 5067 TMWRA PIPE r $ 1,221,802.55 1$ 204,416.05 $ 1,017,386.50 23:G2-391I ,_q N323:01 ao,ooo3o, L 5512IPLEASANT ST RUSSO MITIGATION , $ l$ 80,000.00 5515 DPW RENOVATION I$ 419,58964 $ I,qAl.SZ-$ +lAJZtSt;-- 5516 |TNCTNERATOR I$ 5526 iFY 06 STREET & SIDEWALK $ -a64@Q,a-4 573,591.31 F $ ipez,ql 99,191.31 _L _$_ $ 5542IFY 1O SEWER IMPROVEMENTS - i$ ss+s FY 11 STREET a SlbewAt-r S- FUNDS . |TOTAL NON.BONDED $ 4,460,219.51 i
  18. 18. ,t il _: t---co-oE -I- ra-ir f- ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION E LJTJIJE T Artlo-unr- cnnnv-vovEn i - __ _ __l__ AVAILABLE-oncG6oeT-oe.J 0140s58 i l!9!6q -f-ssos6s lqEN i4gro&s ADDL EQUIP - -- __, _ $ _1!q0!.0q]$ _glo!qo!I$ 4,000.00 I$ lqoolq_l S_ _11,000.00 o-iaossg 58086( qqqqiq lllglway REpLACE oF EeurpMNr _ 1i _3!pqo.gql $ 34,834.47 j q 26,454.00 | $ 8,380.47 l$ 3gjggqlq o24225A sgoazo Tpy HrcHwAv REPLACE oF EeurpMNT $ 580870 IPY HTGHWAY nepLAcE OF EQUTPMNT -- l I $ 12,200.00 - --rJ$ tz.loo.oo- | 12,200.00 $ F EOUTPMNT l$ 15,000.00 15,OOO.OO -Ts -Ts d6 nna ool 46 noo t$ 9,120.00 0149558 0149558 L 580870 - $ r$ 33,000.00 33,000.00 $ l$ 32,234.00|l 32,234.00 i 1 -- ,891.00 o249ssg- l--560s40 -$ 53,020.50 $ rz,zso.oo l$ 4o,73oso TOTAL GENERAL FUND 339,006.97 20,563.00 42,835.00 35,448.65 31,623.95 41,183.49 i i TOTAL SEWER FUNDS $ 4,420,057.00 154.156.97 75,214.06 i TOTAL WATER AND SEWER FUNDS 63 $ 184,638.421$ 112,789.70 ze{U
  19. 19. WATERTOWN SCHOOL DEPARTMENTCAP ITAL PROJECTS FY2OO7.FY2OOgLast Jpdated 02120111 Total FYO9 FYOS F07Hiqh School ADA Door Openers 26,600 18,000 8,600 Custodial Equipment for start uP 59,000 1 1,000 48,000 Exterior Doors 40.000 40,000 Gym bleachers, curtains, cage 160,000 160,000 Gvm Floor - complete resurface and paint 27,800 17,800 10,000 Gvm Liqhtino 30,125 30j25 lnterior door Closers 86,000 86,000 Masonry work 5,000 5,000 Roof work 4,600 4,600 Security Gates 12,200 12,200Middle School ADA Door Openers 5.000 5,000 ADA siqnaqe 5,600 5,600 Bathroom partitions 15,635 15,635 Custodial eouioment 8,900 8,900 Floor tiles 1st and 2nd fl Corridor 20,000 20,000 Masonry work repointing Bemis st Side 5,000 5.000 New Hot Water Svstem (emerqency) 40,000 40,000 Nurses A/C 4.000 3,1 00 Sidewalks 7.000 7,000 Roof Work 1,800 1,800 Windows Repairs 25,000 25,000Gunniff ADA Door Openers 5,000 5,000 Bathroom oartitions 31,000 31,000 Chimmnev 8,300 8,300 K-1 entrv 15,000 15,000 K-1 FOB Readers 10,000 5,1 94 Librarv 5,300 5,300 Roof Work 1,900 1,900 Sidewalk 6,000 6,000Hosmer ADA Door Openers 23,000 23,000 Auditorium lobbv 8,700 8,700 Caf6 tables 30,000 30,000 Ceilinq under stairs 5,000 5.000 Custodial equipment 6,000 6,000 Roof Work 2,786 2,786 Exterior Facia 16,000 16,000 1 o€ 3 2t24t2011
  20. 20. WATERTOWN SCHOOL DEPARTMENTCAP ITAL PROJECTS FY2OO7.FY2OOgLast Updated 02120111 Total FYO9 FYOS F07Lowe il ADA Door Ooeners 5,300 5,300 Cafetorium Floor 28.000 28,000 Entranceisteps 185.000 185,000 How Water svstem (emerqencv) 25,800 25,800 Librarv Staoe 7,500 7,500 Paintinq Exterior Trim and Facias 40.000 40,000 Roof Repairs. PM Plan 5,000 5,000Phillips 2nd & 3rd Floor windows 40,000 40,000 ADA Door Ooeners 5,000 5.000 Conference Room 6,000 6,000 Move shop from Browne 1 1.000 11,000 Securitv Svstem 30.000 26.326 Roof Repairs 10.000 10,000 Upqrade Liohtino in Corridors and stairwavs Vehicle 32,000 32,000MISC Bike Racks 4,945 4.945 Snowblowers 6.627 6.627 Phillios HVAC 5.584 5,584 TOTAL Soent 1,184,466 278,046 292,920 613,500 Caoital Aoorooriation 1,313 700 313,000 300,000 700,700 Balance cald 129,234 34,954 7,080 87.200 , -€3 2124t2011
  21. 21. 20 tl OUTSTANDING PROJEqTS/WIP . CAPITAL as of February 20,2W Funds Available Status Hioh School Security Camera - Rear 8.000 rn DrocessMiddle School Securitv Cameras 7,000 rn DrocessCunniff ADA sionaoe uodate 5.000Hosmer Pre SchoolControls 35,000 in process New Flaq Pole 4,000 probably will Aud Sound Svstem 20,000 cost more PA & clock svstem 35,000Phillips Security System 7,111 in DrocessTOTAL 121,111Fund Balances availableFY08 Fund 5060 16.039FY09 Fund 5536 86.116Fv07 Fund 5520 23.177Hosmerconstr Fund 5032 29.429School Bldq Fund 5040 10.491 165,252TotalAvailable 165,252Total Projects Open 121,111Balance 44.141.Feb 2011 Hosmer Hot Water 25,000 3 .rf ? 2t24t2011
  22. 22. Watertown Public Schools FY2011Capital I m p rovem ent S u m mer Sc heduleAs of 0U2A2U1 Estimate of Sum of Paid to Additional Projected Budqeted Date Encumbered Costs Gost Variance Comment UVatertown Hiqh School 1 Replace tiles near Tech Services, lnstall Carpet 10,000 6,961 6,961 3,040 Complete 2 Classroom Furniture 30,000 29,926 29,926 74 Complete 3 Auditorium screen and oroiection svstem 20.000 20.671 20,671 (671) Complete 4 Fitness Center Lift 25.000 36.000 36.000 (11.000 Out to Bid 5 Grease Trap 10,000 9,640 9,640 360 Complete 6 Securitv 35,000 35,000 35.000 ln Process 7 Robotics Room Move 1,400 1.400 Complete 8 Robotics Room Electrical 4,300 4,300 Complete I Robotics Room Carpentry 4,800 2,583 2,583 2,217 Complete1C Tech services Move 3,200 3,200 Complete11 Tech Services Electrical 9.500 11,620 11.620 Q.120 Complete12 Tech Services Caroentrv 15,000 23,800 23.800 (8,800) Complete Total 168,200 105,200 71,000 176,200 (8.000) Watertown Middle School 1 Main office A/C & sprinkler svstem 21,000 2.168 14.000 1 6.1 68 4.833 Complete 2 Window renovations 35,000 30.200 30,200 4.800 Complete 3 Auditorium screen and proiection svstem 20,000 19,606 19,606 394 Complete 4 Kitchen Fire Suppression Svstem 7,000 3,600 30,000 33.600 (26.600) To be Bid 5 Securitv 20,000 2.911 17,089 20,000 ln orocess 6 0lassroom Furniture 20,000 12.717 8,019 20,735 (735) Open Iotal 123.000 67.601 1{.619 61,089 {40,309 (17,309) LowellSchool I Sound Proof Caf6 15,000 15.000 15.000 Complete 2 Classroom Furniture 20,000 12.364 7.636 20,000 Open fotal 35,000 27,364 7,636 35,000 1 0€2 2t24t2011
  23. 23. Watertown Public Schools FY2011Capital lmprovement Summer ScheduleAs of 0422/2011 Estimate of Sum of Paid to Additional Projected Budgeted Date Encumbered Gosts Gost Variance Comment Cunniff School 1 Hand Rails on Front Walkwav 6,000 6.000 6,000 Open 2 Classroom Furniture 10,000 2.820 7,1 80 10,000 0 Open 3 Securitv 14,000 14.000 14.000 ln Process Iotal 30,000 2,820 27,180 30,000 0 Hosmer School 1 2nd Floor Water & Drain Line 12.000 1,226 1,226 10,774 Comolete 2 Classroom Furniture 20,000 12.862 7.1 38 20.000 Ooen 3 Sound Proof Caf6 & 2nd floor Teachers room 18,000 15,830 15,830 2.170 Complete 4 PreSchool renovations for Autism proqram 25,000 2,916 2,636 5,552 19,448 Open 5 Security 9,000 9,000 9,000 Open Total 84,000 32,834 2,636 16,138 51,608 32,392 Philios School 1 Condensate Tank 25,000 17.480 17,480 7,520 Complete 2 Seal and Re-line Parkinq lot 25,000 16,385 16,385 8,615 Complete 3 First Floor HVAC materials 1,300 1.300 1,300 Open 4 First Floor olumbino 7.200 3.872 3.872 3,328 Complete 5 First Floor electrical 7,700 9,810 9,810 Q.110 Complete 6 First Floor Ceilinqs 1 0,1 00 3,280 3.280 6.820 Comolete 7 First Floor Caroentry* 8.500 30,431 (20.000) 10,431 (1.931) Comolete* Total 84,800 81,257 (18,7001 62,557 22,243 AL 525,000 I 317,076 I 14,2551 164,343 I 495.674 I 29 * Transfer of $20,000 from MFN not yet completed 2 0+z 2t24t2011
  24. 24. WATERTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOLS FY2O12 PROPOSED CAPITAL PLAN FEBRUARY 24,2011 FY2012Watertown Hioh School Furniture 30.0Auditorium Ceiling, Walls and FloorI iohlino 35.0HS TOTAL 65.0Watertown Middle SchoolOld Bldg Bathrooms and basementlocker rooms. x x 150.0MS TOTAL 150.0Lowell SchoolClassroom lnteriors 170.0Door Hardware 35.0LOWTOTAL 205.0Cunniff SchoolSand and Repaint Gym and Caf6Floors 25.OCUN TOTAL 25.OHosmer SchoolFurniture X 10.0Architect - Pre School for Autism x x 50.0Chain Link Fence Boylston St side X 7.2HOS TOTAL 67.2PhillipsConcrete Over Supt Office x 85PHIL TOTAL 85DistrictTruck# 412 350Scissor Lift & trailer 15.0DIST TOTAL 500SCHOOL DEPT TOTAL 570.7 2t24t2011
  25. 25. Outstanding Capital ProjectsGompletion Estimate Funds Available Est Comp DateHigh SchoolSecurity Camera 8,000 June, 2011New Camera Systems 35,000 Aug,2011Fitness Center Lift 36,000 July,2011Middle SchoolNew Camera System 27,000 July, 2011Kitchen Fire System 7,000 Aug,2011Furniture 8,019 June, 201 1Replace Kitchen Hood And Fire System 28,000( 7,000 Appropriated in FY 11 )CunniffADA Signage 5,000 Aug, 201 1Hand Rails 6,000 Aug, 2011Furniture 7,180 June,2011Security Upgrades 14,000 Aug, 201 1HosmerPre School HVAC Controls 35,000 July,2011Flag Pole 4,000 WH? Mar, 2011Furniture 7,138 June,2011Pre SchoolAutism Prog 19,448 2?Security Upgrades 9,000 Aug,2011Bldg Water Heater 25,000 Mar,2011Aud Sound System 20,000 June,2011P/A Clock System 35,000 ? Phone Sys?PhillipsHeating Valve 1st Floor 1,300 May,2011Security Upgrade 7,011 June, 201 1Total Prior Year Appropriation 344,096Total Prior Year Appropriation 358,1 92Excess (Savings)/Cost (14,096)
  26. 26. Watertown School DepartmentSchool Vehicles 2t24t2011 SnowModel Year and Description ln Svc Date Lic Plate Plow User1995 Ford Explorer (Mail) 6t14t2006 M62573 No B. Foley1997 Ford F 350 (412) 10t3t1997 M55482 Yes C. Taverna1997 Ford F 450 (Food Svc) 7t1t1998 M48601 No G. Barry1998 Chevy 3500 Van (512) 7t1t1998 M56831 No J. Eurglunes2002Chevy 2500 HD (51) 7t1t2004 M71353 Yes L. Cotto2002 Chevy Tahoe (212) 7t1t2002 M69256 Yes S. Lamagna2006 Ford F350 (312) 1t1t2007 M32579 Yes P. Barbato2009 Chevy Traverse 7t30t2009 M79015 No J. Francione

×