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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. FY 2010-11 Budget Worksession July 21, 2010. Presentation Outline. Organization Chart Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget Accomplishments Budget Challenges Summary. Presentation Outline. Organization Chart Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget Accomplishments Budget Challenges

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public works department

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

FY 2010-11

Budget Worksession

July 21, 2010

presentation outline
Presentation Outline
  • Organization Chart
  • Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget
  • Accomplishments
  • Budget Challenges
  • Summary
presentation outline3
Presentation Outline
  • Organization Chart
  • Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget
  • Accomplishments
  • Budget Challenges
  • Summary
organization chart
Organization Chart

Director – Mark V. Massaro, P.E.

Deputy Director – Joseph C. Kunkel, P.E.

Public Works Engineering

Robin L. Hammel, P.E.

Fiscal & Administration

Ralphetta Aker, J.D.

Highway Construction

Julie Naditz, P.E.

Development Engineering

Diana Almodovar, P.E.

Roads & Drainage

Deodat Budhu, P.E.

Stormwater Management

Rodney Lynn, P.E., Interim Manager

Traffic Engineering

Ruby Dempsey Rozier

Transportation Planning

Renzo Nastasi, AICP

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Presentation Outline
  • Organization Chart
  • Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget
  • Accomplishments
  • Budget Challenges
  • Summary
proposed fy 2010 11 budget7

Stormwater Management

$0.8M

1.0%

Highway Construction

Development Engineering

Fiscal & Administration

$2.2M

$3.0M

2.8%

$5.2M

3.7%

6.4%

Transportation Planning

MSTU

$1.5M

$3.9M

1.8%

4.9%

Traffic Engineering

$7.4M

9.1%

PW Engineering

Roads & Drainage

$7.8M

$48.8M

9.7%

60.6%

Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget

Public Works Department Operating Budget FY 10-11

Proposed FY 10-11 Operating Budget: $80.6M

public works department expenses
Public Works Department Expenses

Public Works Manning vs. Population

Fiscal Year

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Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget

Position Deletions – (7)

  • Fiscal & Administration (2)
  • Roads & Drainage (2)
  • Traffic Engineering (1)
  • Development Engineering (2)
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Stormwater Management

Traffic Signals & Calming

$6.5M

$1.9M

4.8%

1.4%

Maintenance of Roads

$22.8M

16.6%

Roadway & Sidewalks

$105.5M

77.2%

Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget

Public Works Department

Capital Improvement Program Budget FY 10-11

Proposed FY 10-11 CIP Budget: $136.7M

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Presentation Outline
  • Organization Chart
  • Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget
  • Accomplishments
  • Budget Challenges
  • Summary
accomplishments
Accomplishments
  • Maintained 2,800 miles of roadway
  • Maintained 1,500 retention ponds
  • Maintained 546 traffic signals
  • Repaired 7,000 potholes
  • Installed 6 miles of new sidewalk
  • Retrofitted more than 35 miles of sidewalk
accomplishments14
Installed 130,000 linear feet underdrain

Retimed 202 signals

Installed 6 new school flashers

Replaced/repaired 16,000 traffic signs

Resurfaced 190 lane miles of arterial, collector, and subdivisions roads

Accomplishments
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Relined 9 miles of stormwater pipes

NRCS grant totaling $618K for erosion control along Little Wekiwa River

Red Light Running Ordinance

Red Light Running Contract Awarded

Accomplishments
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Accomplishments
  • Stimulus Funding Awarded $9.6M
    • Four (4) Paving Projects $4.9M
    • Four (4) Bridge Projects $4.2M
    • Waterford Chase Improv. $0.5M
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Accomplishments

Roadway Construction Projects:Roads Completed

  • Destination Parkway, Sections IA, IIB, IIC
  • Rouse Road North
  • Rock Springs Road
  • Wetherbee Road I, II, and III
  • Taft Vineland Road – Extension

Roads Underway

  • CR 535 Segments C & E
  • Narcoossee Road
  • Clarcona Ocoee Road East
  • Woodbury Road Extension
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Presentation Outline
  • Organization Chart
  • Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget
  • Accomplishments
  • Budget Challenges
  • Summary
budget challenges
Budget Challenges
  • Level of Service
  • Programs
  • Roadway CIP
  • Operational Impacts
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Budget Challenges
  • Level of Service Challenges
    • Level of Service FY 11 Consistent with FY 10
budget challenges21
Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Resurfacing program

Right-of-way mowing

Retention pond mowing

Street sweeping

Budget Challenges
budget challenges22
Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Resurfacing program - 15-year existing cycle

Budget Challenges
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Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Right-of-way mowing - 4-5 week existing cycle

Budget Challenges
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Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Retention pond mowing - 4-6 week existing cycle

Budget Challenges
budget challenges25
Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Street sweeping –

4-5 week existing cycle

Budget Challenges
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Level of Service - Roads & Drainage

Tree trimming - scheduled if critical

Drainage rehabilitation - as needed

Budget Challenges
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Level of Service – Traffic Engineering

School zones and flashers –installed as needed

Traffic signals - warranted signals scheduled for installation

Pedestrian safety upgrades – modified based on field conditions

Traffic calming devices - MSBU's with matching funds

Budget Challenges
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Budget Challenges
  • Programs
    • Pedestrian safety infrastructure
    • Capital Improvement Projects
    • Operational Impacts
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Budget Challenges
  • Programs
    • Pedestrian Safety Improvements
      • Ability to provide adequate sidewalk for school age pedestrians and address current backlog
proposed fy 2010 11 budget30

Stormwater Management

Traffic Signals & Calming

$6.5M

$1.9M

4.8%

1.4%

Maintenance of Roads

$22.8M

16.6%

Roadway & Sidewalks

$105.5M

77.2%

Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget

Public Works Department

Capital Improvement Program Budget FY 10-11

Proposed FY 10-11 CIP Budget: $136.7M

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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • CIP Budgeting Priorities
    • Construction Contracts
    • Partnership Agreements
    • Design Contracts
    • Right-of-Way acquisition by Eminent Domain
    • Roadway projects & programs
  • Total $105.5M FY 10-11
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Construction Contracts
    • Woodbury Road – Completion
    • CR 535 Segment C & E – Completion
    • Clarcona Ocoee Road East – Ongoing
    • Narcoosee Road – Ongoing
    • Sand Lake Road – Ongoing
    • Alafaya Trail – Beginning
    • Destination Pkwy 3A – Beginning
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Partnership Agreements
    • Wildwood Avenue Bridge and Road Network
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Design Contracts
    • Int’l Drive Transit Lanes
    • Int’l Drive Pedestrian Bridges
    • John Young Parkway and Sandlake Road Interchange
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Ready for Construction
    • Lake Underhill Road
    • CR 535 Segment A
    • Destination Pkwy 1B/2A
    • Clarcona Ocoee West
    • John Young Pkwy
    • CR535 Seg F (Fiquette Rd.)
    • International Drive
    • Wetherbee Road
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Right-of-Way acquisition
    • Holden Avenue
    • Boggy Creek Road
    • Econlockhatchee Trail
    • Taft Vineland Road
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Federal Stimulus Program
    • $1.8M Additional Funding
      • Boggy Creek Road Bridge
      • ITS Fiber Optic Traffic Signal Interconnect
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Intersections
    • $3M funding
  • Sidewalks
    • $2M annually
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Rouse Road South
    • Previously delayed
    • Limits: Lake Underhill Road to south of SR 50
    • Widen to a four-lane roadway
    • Current construction start: FY 14-15
    • Revised construction start: FY 15-16
    • Additional 1 year delay
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • All American Boulevard
    • Previously delayed
    • Limits: Clarcona-Ocoee Road to Kennedy Boulevard
    • Re-alignment of a four-lane roadway
    • Current construction start: FY 15-16
    • Revised construction start: FY 17-18
    • Additional 2 year delay
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Valencia College Lane
    • Previously delayed
    • Limits: Goldenrod Road to Econlockhatchee Trail
    • Widen to a four-lane roadway
    • Current construction start: FY 16-17
    • Revised construction start: FY 18-19
    • Additional 2 year delay
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Dean Road
    • Previously delayed
    • Limits: University Boulevard to Seminole County line
    • Widen to a four-lane roadway
    • Current construction start: FY 16-17
    • Revised construction start: FY 17-18
    • Additional 1 year delay
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Kennedy Boulevard
    • Previously delayed
    • Limits: Forest City Road to Wymore Road
    • Widen to a four-lane roadway
    • Current construction start: FY 14-15
    • Revised construction start: FY 18-19
    • Additional 4 year delay
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Econlockhatchee Trail
    • Previously delayed
    • Limits: Curry Ford Road to Lake Underhill Road
    • Widen to a four-lane roadway
    • Current construction start: FY 18-19
    • Revised construction start: FY FY 19-20
    • Additional 1 year delay
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Budget Challenges

Roadway CIP Budget

  • Econlockhatchee Trail
    • Previously delayed
    • Limits: SR 50 to University Boulevard
    • Widen to a four-lane roadway
    • Current construction start: FY 18-19
    • Revised construction start: FY 19-20
    • Additional 1 year delay
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Stormwater Management

Traffic Signals & Calming

$6.5M

$1.9M

4.8%

1.4%

Maintenance of Roads

$22.8M

16.6%

Roadway & Sidewalks

$105.5M

77.2%

Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget

Public Works Department

Capital Improvement Program Budget FY 10-11

Proposed FY 10-11 CIP Budget: $136.7M

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Budget Challenges
  • Capital Improvement Delays
    • Landscaping 5 Years
    • Roadway Lighting 5 Years
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Budget Challenges
  • Operational Challenges
    • Impact on Level of Service
    • Infrastructure Maintenance
      • Prolonged delays increase cost
      • Require more maintenance
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Budget Challenges
  • Operational Challenges
    • Future growth will require additional operational funding
    • Emergency Response
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Budget Challenges
  • Operational Impacts
    • Staffing requirements
      • Reached critical mass
        • FY 2007-2008 (30) Positions eliminated
        • FY 2008-2009 (10) Positions eliminated
        • FY 2009-2010 (48) Positions eliminated
        • FY 2010-2011 (7) Positions eliminated
    • Heavy Equipment and rolling stock
      • 3-year delay in replacement
      • 20 years old
      • Scheduled replacement $2M to $2.3M
        • Current $1.3M
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Presentation Outline
  • Organization Chart
  • Proposed FY 2010-11 Budget
  • Accomplishments
  • Budget Challenges
  • Summary
summary
Level of Service

Programs

Roadway CIP

Operational Impacts

Summary
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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

FY 2010-11

Budget Worksession

July 21, 2010

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