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5. A. 1.
Craig Dishman, Parks
Approval of Supplemental Appropriation from the Park Tax Fund for repairs to south side lift stations at Arcadia Lake of $70,000 and mechanical equipment needed for Pelican Bay repairs of $42,000; $112,000.
This item was approved by the City Council on March 25, 2019, but there was an error in what accounts the money was transferred to. If approved this item would move money to the correct accounts.
For the duration of managing Arcadia Lake it has been the responsibility of the lake staff to perform maintenance on the 18 lift stations that service the lake parks. While staff has been trained and gained valuable experience during this time it is now more efficient and effective to have the Water Resources Department maintain a significant portion of the these systems. They are more professionally trained and are familiar with the mechanics and parts of these systems. Lake staff will continue to maintain the primary lines inside the parks. Water Resources has been going through they system and phasing in replacement of many components which is why we are seeking these additional funds.
Pelican Bay is now entering the 17th year of operation. Mechanical equipment continues to need to be repaired and updating to operate the facility in a safe manner. $42,000 of equipment needs to be repaired or replaced at this time. Water Resources has also started to maintain Pelican Bay mechanical equipment. For the same reasons stated above, they are familiar with these systems and can perform the maintenance more efficiently than parks and recreation staff or the company managing Pelican Bay as a contractor. We are replacing items in the system that are past their useful life.
Immediate Upon Approval
Extensive repairs are needed to Arcadia Lake lift stations. These lift stations are over 30 years old and many of the parts have been repaired gradually during this time. The current repairs include new grinder pumps and control panels and other parts for the lift stations in the south side service area of Arcadia Lake parks.
Mechanical equipment is in need for repairs at Pelican Bay. Filters, valves, clamps and control panels are all needed to operate efficiently and effectively. The water resources department will be performing much of the labor on these repairs.
Staff recommends approval
Motion to approve supplemental appropriation
Posted City Council Agenda
Budgeted Item Y/N or N/A:
From: 116044-8221 Park Tax Fund - Machine/Equipment Parts $112,000
To: 001065-8221 Parks/Pelican Bay Aquatic Center - Machine/Equipment Parts $42,000
To: 567037-8361 Arcadia Lake - Contract Services $70,000
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