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Northport-East Northport UFSD Presentation on REVISED BOND PROPOSITION VOTE November 18, 2008 To Renovate the Athletic Fields and Outdoor Facilities. Dr. Marylou McDermott Larry Blake Drew Cronin Tony Resca

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Northport-East Northport UFSD Presentation on

REVISED

BOND PROPOSITION VOTENovember 18, 2008

To Renovate the Athletic Fields and Outdoor Facilities

Dr. Marylou McDermott Larry Blake Drew Cronin Tony Resca

Superintendent Interim Assistant Director of Superintendent of

Superintendent for Physical Education Buildings & Grounds

Business & Athletics


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Overview

Purpose: Dr. McDermott

Planning Process: Mr. Blake

Recommended Renovations: Mr. Cronin

Bond Referendum Timeline: Mr. Blake

Questions & Answers


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PURPOSE

  • Provide our students and community members

  • with optimal athletic facilities

  • Provide more opportunity for youth groups to

  • utilize District fields

  • Provide more opportunities for leisure recreational

  • activities

  • Create greater community pride

  • Enhance Districts assets


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PLANNING PROCESS FOR ATHLETIC FIELD RENOVATIONS

November 5, 2007 BOE asked for a report on the condition of the athletic fields from the Athletic Director, Drew Cronin

November-December 2007 Superintendent formed a committee and directed the athletic Director to seek input from coaches, teachers, community athletic groups, booster clubs, student-athletes and community members

January 7, 2008 Athletic Director, Drew Cronin addressed BOE on the condition of fields

January 23, 2008 Received input from various athletic groups

January 28, 2008 BOE directed the Superintendent to prepare an agreement with an architect for the improvements and renovations to the District athletic fields to be presented at the February 11, 2008 meeting and to start notification process of public hearing on February 25, 2008

February 11, 2008 The BOE authorized McDonald & Monterose Architects, L.L.P., for the preparation of a report and descriptive information, which sets forth the detailed scope of work, estimated costs and SEQRA resolution requirements for district wide field renovation projects.

February 25, 2008 Public Hearing – Guests speakers included Parks & Recreations Director, Don McKay and Jim Amen, Athletic Director at Cold Spring Harbor.

April 29, 2008 The BOE directed the Superintendent to engage the District’s Bond Counsel to prepare a resolution that stipulates the field upgrades as summarized by the plan brought forward by the administrative team to include Northport High School, East Northport Middle School, Northport Middle School and William J. Brosnan School.

May 5, 2008 BOE approved SEQRA Resolutions relating to renovations and improvements to the District’s outdoor athletic fields. BOE adopted resolution to authorize a bond proposition of $8,975,000 to be placed before the voters on June 24, 2008.

June 16, 2008 Public hearing

June 24, 2008 Bond Proposition vote – was defeated


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PLANNING PROCESS FOR ATHLETIC FIELD RENOVATIONS

August 2008 Superintendent and bond committee met to develop revised options for the Board of Education

August 25, 2008 Options for a revised bond sent to Board of Education

September 8, 2008 The Board of Education received input from community and staff regarding the options and a revised bond to be presented to the community.

September 22, 2008 The Board of Education discussed the options, received further input from community members and voted to put a revised bond proposition for a vote on November 18, 2008

September 24, 2008 The Board of Education adopts a resolution to authorize a revised bond proposition in the amount of $8,190,000 to be placed before the voters on Tuesday, November 18, 2008.


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NORTHPORT-EAST NORTHPORT UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

Total Construction estimated cost $4,444,000

(Architect fees, legal fees & contingency @ 25%) $ 1,111,000

TOTAL $5,555,000

REVISED 9/24/08


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NORTHPORT-EAST NORTHPORT UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

Total Construction estimated cost $1,039,000

(Architect fees, legal fees & contingency @25%) $ 259,750

TOTAL $1,298,750

REVISED 9/24/08


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NORTHPORT-EAST NORTHPORT UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

Total Construction estimated cost $954,000

(Architect fees, legal fees & contingency @ 25%) $238,500

TOTAL $1,192,500

REVISED 9/24/08


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NORTHPORT-EAST NORTHPORT UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

Total Construction estimated cost $115,000

(Architect fees, legal fees & contingency @ 25%) $ 28,750

TOTAL $143,750

REVISED 9/24/08


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TIMELINE RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIESFOR BOND REFERENDUMSUBJECT TO VOTER APPROVAL

December 2008 Begin the design documents to be sent to the State Education Department – Estimated time is 12 – 14 weeks

April/May 2009 Send documents to State Education Department, currently a 20 week approval process

September/October 2009 Bid documents distributed

Early November 2009 Board of Education approves bids

February/March 2010 Construction begins

September 2011 Estimated completion of renovations


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BOND PROPOSITION VOTE RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIESTuesday November 18, 2008

Polling places: Dickinson Avenue Elementary School

Fifth Avenue Elementary School

William J. Brosnan School (Laurel Ave)

TIME: 6AM – 9PM

Voting information: Contact District Clerk at 262-6608


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ESTIMATED DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULE RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

NORTHPORT EAST NORTHPORT UFSD, SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK

$8,190,000 SCHOOL DISTRICT SERIAL BONDS – 2009

10 year option – No Debt Service until FYE 2011

Bonds dated September 15, 2009

Principal Mar 15, 2011 – 2019 as above

Interest payable September 15, 2010 and semi-annually thereafter


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$8,190,000 Bond Proposition payable over a nine year period RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

Estimated Cost to Average Taxpayer

$55.10 per year

$4.60 per month


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Current Debt Anticipated Debt RECOMMENDED RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE OUTDOOR ATHLETIC FIELDS & FACILITIES

Capitol Improvement Bond Field Referendum Bond

Satisfied 2010 Commencing 2011

$ 1,331,441 average payment $1,179,583 average payment

Estimated average cost per year Estimated average cost per year

$61.94 $55.10

Estimated average cost per month Estimated average cost per month

$5.16 $4.60

Final payment June 1, 2010 First Payment September 15, 2010

From the 2009-2010 Budget From the 2010-2011 Budget


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