ITEM I. B.
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. Billing
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1909
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1909-101 $339,635
$329,905 2.9%
SALARIES & WAGES
30-1909-102 $27,200
$16,000 70.0%
OVERTIME EXPENSE
30-1909-210 $5,000 $5,000 0.0%
PRINTING/OFFICE SUPPLIES
30-1909-211 $55,000 Postage for Billing, Debt set-off, and final bills. $49,000 12.2%
POSTAGE EXPENSE
30-1909-214 $1,940
ABPA, AWWA,
WA, SCUBA, WEASC memberships $1,465 32.4%
DUES & MEMBERSHIPS
30-1909-215
$1,560
$1,560 0.0%
TRAVEL EXPENSE
30-1909-217 $20,000 $17,500 14.3%
AUTO OPERATING EXPENSE
30-1909-221 $11,228
$8,977 25.1%
TELEPHONE EXPENSE
30-1909-226 $17,750 $29,250 -39.3%
SERVICE CONTRACTS
1. Edmunds $8,000
2. Itron $6,500
3. MailFinance $1,250
4. Ricoh USA $2,000
Total $17,750
2 Smart phones and 5 $30/mo reimb for office and tech smart phones, 1 tablet, reimb . of $30/mo for
Cust acct Mgr's($3480). Telephone and internet services provided by TWC ($7268/yr for 6 phones).
$648 for 9 emails.
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Overtime due to meter replacement. Also meter techs having to fill in during sick leave, annual
leave and holidays. Weekend On-call has been added. OT for on-call meter techs.
Travel expenses to schools and seminars. Out of town travel, meals and lodging for the SCUBA (SC
Utility Billing Assoc.) ($1,300); and miscellaneous travel ($200).
Maintenance of 5 vehicles assigned to the Meter Techs (1 Spare Truck-4115) with a projected
increase in fuel prices and maintenance.
Justification
The purchase of materials used in the daily Billing administrative operations. i.e.:forms, water bills,
work orders, purchase orders, stationary, copier paper, envelopes, pens, pencils, file folders,
subsciptions, printer cartridges and supplies, etc. 3 New Chairs.
Salary for 9 full time employees. Increases include backflow certifications for 2 Meter Techs and
Manager, "C" License for 3 Meter Techs.
No longer paying Harris $10,000
FY1617 1909 Billing 3-2-16.xlsm Page 1
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. Billing
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1909
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 9 full time employees. Increases include backflow certifications for 2 Meter Techs and
Manager, "C" License for 3 Meter Techs.
30-1909-227 $1,000 $0 #DIV/0!
EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
30-1909-231 $3,000 $2,000 50.0%
HAND TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
30-1909-238 $2,250 $1,750 28.6%
SAFETY SUPPLIES
30-1909-241 $2,000 $1,750 14.3%
UNIFORM EXPENSE
Shirts for office, Sweatshirts for techs.
30-1909-244 $0
$0 #DIV/0!
JANITORIAL
30-1909-262 $3,800 $2,500 52.0%
VEHICLE INSURANCE EXP
30-1909-264 $6,500 $6,500 0.0%
TRAINING
30-1909-272 $85,000
SI Solutions (billing company), SunTrust (VSA/MC), BB&T, SC Interactive
$85,000 0.0%
SPEC DEPT FEES - COLL,
CHG CARD & ONLINE
30-1909-271 $0 $0 #DIV/0!
SPEC CONTRACT-COPIER
30-1909-385
$136,500
$1,200 11275.0%
MACHINES & EQUIP.
ITEM # 1
500 3/4" Meters for AMR Replacement Program $83,000
ITEM # 2
500 100W ERTs to replace failing ERTs $40,000
ITEM # 3
25 1" meters for replacement $5,500
ITEM # 4
Camera for Plugging $8,000
Items listed in order of priority
$136,500
Uniforms for 5 Meter Readers @ $298.48/person/year. Jackets and shirts for meter techs.
Insurance for five vehicles. $742/Vehicle x 5 = $3,800
Replacement tools such as: Curb stop wrenches, shovels, cameras, hand pumps, metal detector, spray
paint and misc tools for meter readers.
SCUBA Spring/Fall Conferences, ABPA Conference/Certification and training books/manuals.
Equipment such as: Gloves, goggles,binoculars,vests and steel toe boot reimbursement for meter
techs.
FY1617 1909 Billing 3-2-16.xlsm Page 2
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. Billing
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1909
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 9 full time employees. Increases include backflow certifications for 2 Meter Techs and
Manager, "C" License for 3 Meter Techs.
30-1909-386
$5,400
ITEM # 1 Desktop Computer $2,400 0 #DIV/0!
EQUIPMENT NON-CAPITAL
ITEM # 2
Security Camera System
$3,000
$5,400
30-1909-805 $40,022 $37,967 5.4%
SC STATE RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
30-1909-810 $550 $522 5.4%
SC STATE PRE-
RETIREMENT DEATH
BENEFIT
30-1909-814 $28,063 $27,155 3.3%
SOCIAL SECURITY
30-1909-820 $5,250 $5,000 5.0%
GENERAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE (PROPERTY &
TORT)
30-1909-821
$7,000 $5,100 37.3%
WORKERS COMP
INSURANCE EXPENSE
30-1909-822 $74,281 $74,741 -0.6%
MEDICAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1909-825 $1,000 $1,000 0.0%
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP
EXPENSE
30-1909-828 $6,000 $7,500 -20.0%
HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT
ACCOUNT EXPENSE
TOTAL $886,928 $718,342 23.5%
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Number of
Persons
Cost Per
Person
CEUs Per
Person
Travel
Expense
Total Cost
9 $75 0 No $675
5 $30 0 No $150
4 $200 0 No $800
9 $35 0 No $315
Total Cost
$1,940
2 $150 0 Yes $300
3 $50 0 No $150
3 $300 0 No $900
5 $625 not set No $3,125
4 $95 12 No $380
3 $375 12 No $1,125
3 $125 0 No $375
3 $125 0 No $375
1 $0 0 No $0
Total Cost
$6,730
Number of
Nights
Hotel Cost
Per Person
Per Day
Number of
Days
Food Cost
Per Person
Per Day
SC Utility Billing Assoc.
Conference
2 3 $150 3 $50 $65 $1,330
Misc Short School Travel 2 $100 $200
CM's Christmas Luncheon 1 0 $0 1 $30 $0 $30
Total Cost
$1,560
FY 1617 Billing - Dues, Memberships & Training Expense Budget Justification
Training Expense
SCUBA Conference Spring
SCUBA Conference Fall
ABPA Conference/Certification
AWWA Customer Service Certification
Item
Dues & Memberships Expense
AWWA Membership
SCUBA
ABPA
WEASC
Travel Expense Budget Justification
Short Schools, Seminars, Training Books & Manuals
Management Training
Operator License Exams
Software Training (MS Word)
Software Training (MS Excel)
Total Cost
Item
Number of
Persons
Lodging Expense
Meals Expense
Travel Cost
Per Person
Description Quantity
Unit Price
Total Expense
Meter Replacement Program
3/4" Meters including sales tax
500 $160
$83,000
100W ERTs to replace failing ERTs
500 $75 $40,000
1" meters for replacement
25 $220 $5,500
Total Expense $128,500
Description Quantity
Unit Price
Total Expense
Security Cameras for Water Billing
Security Cameras and accessories
4 $750
$3,000
Total Expense $3,000
1909 FY 1617 Billing Equipment Justification
The Meter Replacement Program includes 500) 3/4" meters, 500) ERTs, and 25) 1" meters to replace
manual and defective meters in the field. The 3/4" and 1" meters have been added to the Water Billing
Department because the Meter Techs are in WB. Replacing the old meters will continue the ongoing
effort to have all of the meters electronically read. This will allow the eventual restructuring of billing
cycles to allow for a more accurate and efficient billing for the City, Residents and all Customers. It is
also a recommendation of the City Auditors to go to monthly billing, which will only be possible when
all meters are electronically read. The AR and write-offs will be possitively imapacted by monthly
billing by as much as 25%, totaling $110,000 for accounts greater than 90 days over a one year period.
The meter replacement program also includes a fixed network system which would allow readings to
be gathered at the office. This would allow current staff to focus on restructuring billing cyles,
collection of past due accounts, and to make the sytem more efficient. It could also reduce or
restructure current staff. This could result in a savings of over $45,000 per year. The system will also
pinpoint when a customer experienced a leak and give data valuable to customer service.
The security cameras will replace the four cameras that were in water billing before the remodel. This
is the minimuam that would ensure coverage of the ingress/egress areas as well as the cash tills and
safe. The cameras that were in place will be used in the server room due to new requirements. The
cameras serve as a deterant to potential external and internal theft as well as the protection of City
employees and customers. The cameras are useful in tracking errors, customer payments and the
apprehention of potential criminals.
Description Quantity
Unit Price
Total Expense
Camera for Plugging/Unplugging
Camera , accessories and tax
1 $8,000
$8,000
Total Expense $8,000
A new position was added to Water Billing this year for the purpose of plugging and unplugging sewer
accounts. In order to properly identify where some of the elder valves are located, the Meter Techs
must camera the line to see where it goes and whether or not the linecan be plugged or if it needs to be
unplugged. This will aid in recovering past due amounts on sewer only accounts and will reduce
liability due to not being able to find an elder valve.
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. Admin
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1910
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1910-101 $273,327
$256,790 6.4%
SALARIES & WAGES
30-1910-102 $1,006
$1,000 0.6%
OVERTIME EXPENSE
30-1910-210 $5,500
$5,000 10.0%
PRINTING/OFFICE SUPPLIES
30-1910-211 $6,600
$6,000 10.0%
POSTAGE EXPENSE
30-1910-214 $630 Professional memberships in Utility & Engineering & Electrical related organizations. $665 -5.3%
DUES & MEMBERSHIPS
30-1910-215
$3,540
$3,540 0.0%
TRAVEL EXPENSE
30-1910-217 $8,000 Funds for fuel, oil, lubricants, maintenance & repair parts for 3 vehicles. $10,000 -20.0%
AUTO OPERATING EXPENSE
30-1910-221 $6,500
$7,500 -13.3%
TELEPHONE EXPENSE
30-1910-226 $16,457
$18,972 -13.3%
SERVICE CONTRACTS
1. ESRI Mapping Software - Arcview $642
2. Bentley Systems, Inc. - WaterCAD $2,260
3. DLT Solutions, Inc. - AutoCAD $736
4. Edmonds $10,000
5. Harris $0
6. MailFinance $1,250
7. Communication Specialists Radio Service $514
8. ARC Annual Maintenance Contract for Plotter Equipment $1,055
Total $16,457
Mailings: letters, checks, purchase orders, etc…. Increase due to higher postage costs.
Expenses associated with transportation, lodging, meals, & registration for attendance to meetings,
seminars, conferences & training.
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Overtime expense for City Electrician.
Justification
Salary for 4 full time employees. Salary increases due to passing upcoming Operator's Testing.
The purchase of materials used in the daily O&M administrative operations. i.e.: forms, purchase
orders, stationary, envelopes pens, pencils, file folders, subscriptions, printing supplies, etc.
4 Verizon cellular phones. Telephone and internet services provided by TWC.
Provide for service, support, & maintenance of office equipment, ie: PC’s, main computer, meter
reading equipment, software support and upgrades, Edmunds, etc.
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DATE PREPARED: DEPT. Admin
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1910
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 4 full time employees. Salary increases due to passing upcoming Operator's Testing.
30-1910-227 $900 Parts & repair of equipment not covered under line item 226.
$900 0.0%
EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
30-1910-238 $3,500
$3,500 0.0%
SAFETY SUPPLIES
30-1910-241 $600 Uniform clothing for staff.
$550 9.1%
UNIFORM EXPENSE
30-1910-249 $4,100
$4,100 0.0%
MEDICAL, DOC, PHYSICAL
EXPENSE
30-1910-261 $1,000 Position available classified advertisements, employee recruitment department wide.
$1,000 0.0%
ADVERTISING
30-1910-262 $2,300 Vehicle Insurance for 3 vehicles. $2,000 15.0%
VEHICLE INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1910-264 $3,035
$3,035 0.0%
EMPLOYEE TRAINING
30-1910-265 $43,000 Annual audit expense department wide. $40,000 7.5%
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES -
AUDIT
30-1910-266 $55,000 Legal services department wide. $55,000 0.0%
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES -
ATTORNEY
30-1910-267 $25,000 Outside engineering consultant services department wide. $25,000 0.0%
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES -
ENGINEER
30-1910-268 $43,000
$50,000 -14.0%
CONSULTANT FEES
Provides for pre-employment physicals, drug testing of CDL drivers, spirometer testing, HBV shot
series & Flu shots department wide.
Continued education for required re-certification training to obtain required CEUs for Water
Admin.
Consulting services fees for the City’s public relations consultant and to allow the city to sponsor a
WEASC District meeting yearly and provide support to other Utility related organization functions
and meetings. i.e.: purchase of or share in the purchase of food and/or purchase of items to be
given as door prizes for meetings, conferences or training secessions. +$20,000 for public relations
services. +20,000 for miscellaneous auditing. +$3,000 for District Meeting
Purchase of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for WA. $3000 for Safety Committee. $500 for
WA
FY1617 1910 Admin 3-2-16.xlsm Page 2
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. Admin
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1910
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 4 full time employees. Salary increases due to passing upcoming Operator's Testing.
$3,000 for District Meeting
30-1910-271 $2,675
$2,675 0.0%
SPECIAL CONTRACT -
COPIER
30-1910-385
$0
$3,725 -100.0%
MACHINES & EQUIP.
30-1910-386
$2,500
$0 #DIV/0!
EQUIPMENT NON- CAPITAL ITEM # 1 Electrician's Equipment/Misc. Office Equipment $2,500
$2,500
30-1910-805 $29,930 $27,554 8.6%
SC STATE RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
30-1910-810 $412 $379 8.6%
SC STATE PRE-
RETIREMENT DEATH
BENEFIT
30-1910-814 $20,987 $19,710 6.5%
SOCIAL SECURITY
30-1910-820 $5,200 $5,200 0.0%
GENERAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE (PROPERTY &
TORT)
30-1910-821
$7,074 $5,825 21.5%
WORKERS COMP
INSURANCE EXPENSE
Consulting services fees for the City’s public relations consultant and to allow the city to sponsor a
WEASC District meeting yearly and provide support to other Utility related organization functions
and meetings. i.e.: purchase of or share in the purchase of food and/or purchase of items to be
given as door prizes for meetings, conferences or training secessions. +$20,000 for public relations
services. +20,000 for miscellaneous auditing. +$3,000 for District Meeting
50% of the annual rental contract for the copier that is located in the hallway between P&D and
the Utilities/Public works section of the City Hall building. P&D supply the other 50% of the
annual rental fee for this copier. This copier is available for use by all city departments.
FY1617 1910 Admin 3-2-16.xlsm Page 3
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. Admin
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1910
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 4 full time employees. Salary increases due to passing upcoming Operator's Testing.
30-1910-822 $33,014 $33,152 -0.4%
MEDICAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1910-825 $1,500 $1,500 0.0%
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP
EXPENSE
30-1910-828 $3,000 $3,000 0.0%
HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT
ACCOUNT EXPENSE
30-1910-899 $8,000 $8,000 0.0%
PAYING AGENT FEE/BONDS
TOTAL $617,286 $605,272 2.0%
Each Line Item request must be thoroughly justified, explained and documented. This means, if the request is under prior year, explain why. If above prior year, explain in
detail. This means for any budget increase documentation of specific departmental objectives, projects or additional activities that warrant or necessitate additional cost must be
given. Use as many sheets as necessary to explain justification.
FY1617 1910 Admin 3-2-16.xlsm Page 4
Number of
Persons
Cost Per
Person
CEUs Per
Person
Travel
Expense
Total Cost
2 $35 0 No $70
1 $125 0 No $125
1 $35 0 No $35
2 $100 0 No $200
1 $100 0 No $100
Electrician License 1 $100 0 No $100
Total Cost
$630
2 $210 12 Yes $420
2 $50 3 No $100
1 $35 13.5 Yes $35
1 $800 12 No $800
1 $1,000 0 No $1,000
2 $125 0 No $250
2 $125 0 No $250
1 $180 6 No $180
Total Cost
$3,035
Number of
Nights
Hotel Cost
Per Person
Per Day
Number of
Days
Food Cost
Per Person
Per Day
SC Environmental Conf 2 4 $190 4 $50 $200 $2,320
SC Operators Conference 1 4 $190 4 $50 $200 $1,160
CM's Christmas Luncheon 2 0 $0 1 $30 $0 $60
Total Cost
$3,540
Software Training (MS Word)
Software Training (MS Excel)
Administrative Professionals Conference
Travel Expense Budget Justification
Item
Number of
Persons
Lodging Expense
Meals Expense
Travel Cost
Per Person
(Mileage)
Total Cost
8 Operator License Exams
GPS Equipment Training
Training Expense
SC Environmental Conference
Pine Island Workshops
SC Operators Conference
BB&T Bankcard Corp
WEASC Membership
PE License Renewal
FY 1617 UT Admin - Dues, Memberships & Training Expense Budget Justification
Item
Dues & Memberships Expense
WWC Operator License Renewal
WEF Membership
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. WTP
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1911
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1911-101
$452,930 $438,340
3.3%
SALARIES & WAGES
30-1911-102 $43,209 $41,377
4.4%
OVERTIME EXPENSE
30-1911-210
$700 $650
7.7%
PRINTING/OFFICE
SUPPLIES
30-1911-211
$350
Mailing SCDHEC and EPA reports on monthly basis. Increase in postage rates for 2016.
$275
27.3%
POSTAGE EXPENSE
30-1911-213
$24,000 $24,000
0.0%
STATE OF S.C PERMIT FEES
30-1911-214
$887
Professional licenses. AWWA & WEASC membership dues for plant personnel.
$857
3.5%
DUES & MEMBERSHIPS
30-1911-215
$2,600 $2,600
0.0%
TRAVEL EXPENSE
30-1911-217
$4,000 $4,000
0.0%
AUTO OPERATING EXPENSE
30-1911-220
$360,000 $345,000
4.3%
ELECTRIC & GAS EXPENSE
30-1911-221
$8,621 $6,933
24.3%
TELEPHONE EXPENSE
Fees are based on the number of service connections the City has. This includes treatment plant
and laboratory certifications ($370) and all the inspections, analysis, and monitoring done by
DHEC during the year ($22,830). Other permits include 3 NPDES permits ($300), lab fees ($500)
Electrical power service for operating the WTP, raw water pump station and high service pumps.
Natural gas is used to heat the filter bay area.
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Overtime due to shift changes and operators being on duty 36 hours one week and 48 hours the
next. Also operators having to fill in during sick leave, annual leave and holidays.
Travel expenses to schools and seminars. Out of town travel, meals and lodging for the WEASC
Annual Environmental Conference ($1,400); the WEASC Operators Conference ($1,030); and
miscellaneous travel ($495).
Log books, toner catridges, printed forms that are use on a daily basis for record keeping, as well
as, complaince with DHEC and EPA regulations and requirements.
Justification
Salary for 10 full time employees. We have 2 operators that may be upgrading their license in the
upcoming fiscal year.
2 Verizon cellular phones for plant operations ($1028). Telephone and internet services provided
by TWC ($7377). Email service for Office 365 for three users @$72 = $216
Maintenance of 3 vehicles assigned to the WTP for maintenance.
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DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 10 full time employees. We have 2 operators that may be upgrading their license in the
upcoming fiscal year.
30-1911-223
$950 $950
0.0%
LUBRICATION SUPPLIES
30-1911-226
$157,974 $51,307
207.9%
SERVICE CONTRACTS 1. Hach Instrumentation Service to meet DHEC requirements $6,800
2. Laboratory Deionized Water System Service $1,100
3. Communication Specialists Mobile Phone Maitenance Service $515
4. Collins Controls specialized instrumentation maintanence and repair $3,000
5. Chlorinator Sales Annual Chlorine System Preventative Maintenance $7,500
6. Blanchard WTP & RWPS GENSETS Maintenance $3,525
7. Yearly Hoist inspection and preventative maintanence $500
8. WTP Crom Tanks (Utility Services Inc Maint Program 4yrs) $32,000
9. Garbage Service $3,120
10. Landscaping Service For WTP $25,764
$150
12. Claricone Renovation (Utility Services Inc.Maint. Schedule 4yrs) $73,000
$1,000
$157,974
30-1911-227
$65,000 $65,000
0.0%
EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
30-1911-228
$8,000
Maintenance and general upkeep of the buildings at the WTP and of the outlying buildings.
$6,500
23.1%
BUILDING REPAIR EXPENSE
HVAC contract services Carolina Comfort and pest control by Cayce Exterminating
Install new stainless steel cabinet in Laboratory ($6300)
30-1911-231
$900 $900
0.0%
HAND TOOLS & SUPPLIES
30-1911-236
$600 $600
0.0%
ELECTRIC & LIGHT
SUPPLIES
30-1911-238
$1,850
Respirators, safety glasses, rubber boots, aprons, rubber gloves and steel toed boots.
$1,600
15.6%
SAFETY SUPPLIES
Total
Maintenance on WTP and RWPS to include pumps, motors, valves, VFDs, chemical dosing pumps,
fittings, diaphrams, tubing, PVC repair supplies, electrical circuit boards, rotor and stators, hoses,
spray nozzles, HDPE chemical feed lines for lime, alum, flouride and carbon systems, pump rental
and day labor for Reservoir cleaning .
Small hand tools for the maintenance of the WTP and RWPS (e.g. drill bits, wrenches for special
jobs, etc.)
Light bulbs for the WTP, RWPS and various instrument panels that require light sources. Also
including high pressure sodium bulbs for the WTP and RWPS.
13. Annual Maintenance on Liquid Lime System
Oils and greases for air compressors, sludge thickener drives, chemical feed pumps, raw water
pumps and high service pumps. Increase due to additional pumps and motors we now have. This
will provide for one oil, gear lube, and compressor oil change per year.
11.Balance calibration for lab
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DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 10 full time employees. We have 2 operators that may be upgrading their license in the
upcoming fiscal year.
30-1911-241
$2,500 $2,400
4.2%
UNIFORM EXPENSE
30-1911-244
$600
Mops, cleaning supplies, waxes, bleach, buckets, etc.
$600
0.0%
JANITORAL SUPPLIES
30-1911-248
$268,606 $229,000
17.3%
CHEMICAL EXPENSE
surcharges. Directly related to quality of water coming out of the river.
30-1911-249
$29,000 $29,000
0.0%
LABORATORY SUPPLIES
30-1911-262
$2,300
Insurance on 3 vehicles assigned to the Water Treatment Plant.
$1,560
47.4%
VEHICLE INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1911-264
$3,135 $2,750
14.0%
EMPLOYEE TRAINING
30-1911-267 $19,000 $8,500
123.5%
CONSULTANT & LAB
TESTING
LT2 Cyrptosporidium testing begins 07/2016 through 07/2018 ($9000)
30-1911-385
$380,000
1. High Service Transmission Pump
$60,000
$159,853
137.7%
MACHINES & EQUIP.
2. Raw Water Transmission Pump
$90,000
3.Surface Wash Valves Replacement Filter One thru Filter Four
$25,000
4. Variable Frequency Drives replacement WTP and RWPS
$200,000
5. Decant Station Control Panel Replacement
$5,000
Items listed in order of priority.
$380,000
Outside laboratory analysis for metals, TCLP, toxicity, aluminim, phosphate, and total organic
carbon. These analysis have to be done by a State of SC Certified Laboratory. Continuation of
EPA required surface water testing for DBP2. If DHEC losses funding to continue testing, the City
will have to pay an additional for testing (Est. $5,100). Testing for DPB in distribution system.
Reagents and supplies for the analysis of the raw and finished water including chlorine, color,
aluminum, fluoride, NTU, iron, potassium premanganate, and bacteriological analysis that are
required by DHEC and EPA.
SC LLR examination fees for two operators this coming year $ 225
Short schools, seminars and outside training materials ($750). LLR now requires that 50% of the
contact hours/CEUs obtained by the operators must be directly related to their job duties and the
training must be performed through an outside agency. The other 50% of training can be obtained
through in house safety training. Pine Island $100. WEASC Annual Environmental Conference
$400; WEASC Operators Conference $50; WEA/AWWA Lab Workshop $300;
Purchase of chlorine, fluoride, carbon, lime, polymer, potassium permanganate, polyphosphate,
aluminum sulfate all used in the treatment process of the raw and finished water. Increase due to
projected liqiud carbon increased cost and petroleum based chemicals and fuel
Replacement of old uniforms and the purchase of uniforms for new employees including winter
jackets.
FY1617 1911 W TP 3-2-16.xlsm Page 3
DATE PREPARED: DEPT. WTP
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1911
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 10 full time employees. We have 2 operators that may be upgrading their license in the
upcoming fiscal year.
30-1911-386
$11,095
1. WTP Laboratory Computer $900
$0
#DIV/0!
EQUIPMENT NON-CAPITAL
2. WTP Laboratory Refrigerator
$900
3. WTP Furniture for Offices $1,500
4. WTP pH Meter $2,800
5. WTP Foxcroft Chlorine Analyzer $4,995
Items listed in order of priority $11,095
30-1911-805
$54,129 $51,399
5.3%
SC STATE RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
30-1911-810
$744 $707
5.3%
SC STATE PRE-
RETIREMENT DEATH
BENEFIT
30-1911-814
$37,955 $36,765
3.2%
SOCIAL SECURITY
30-1911-820
$17,432 $17,432
0.0%
GENERAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE (PROPERTY &
TORT)
30-1911-821 $26,635 $22,455
18.6%
WORKERS COMP
INSURANCE EXPENSE
30-1911-822
$82,535 $82,535
0.0%
MEDICAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE
FY1617 1911 W TP 3-2-16.xlsm Page 4
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DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1911
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary for 10 full time employees. We have 2 operators that may be upgrading their license in the
upcoming fiscal year.
30-1911-825
$550 $550
0.0%
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP
EXPENSE
30-1911-828
$3,000 $1,500
100.0%
HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT
ACCOUNT EXPENSE
TOTAL $2,071,786 $1,637,895
26.5%
FY1617 1911 W TP 3-2-16.xlsm Page 5
Number of
Persons
Cost Per
Person
CEUs Per
Person
Travel
Expense
Total Cost
1 $82 0 No $82
11 $35 0 No $385
14 $30 0 No $420
Total Cost
$887
2 $230 12 Yes $460
2 $25 12 Yes $50
3 $50 3 No $150
4 $100 12 No $400
3 $150 5 No $450
2 $125 0 No $250
2 $125 0 No $250
3 $375 12 No $1,125
Total Cost
$3,135
Number of
Nights
Hotel Cost
Per Person
Per Day
Number of
Days
Food Cost
Per Person
Per Day
SC Environmental
Conference
2 3 $145 3 $50 $175 $1,520
SC Operators Conference 2 3 $120 3 $50 $175 $1,370
CM's Christmas Luncheon 1 0 $0 1 $35 $0 $35
Total Cost
$2,925
Operator License Exams
Software Training (MS Access)
Software Training (MS Excel)
Operator License Renewal
Training Expense
SC Environmental Conference
SC Operators Conference
Pine Island Workshops
SCDHEC Laboratory Workshop
FY 1617 WTP - Dues, Memberships & Training Expense Budget Justification
Item
Dues & Memberships Expense
AWWA Membership
WEASC Membership
Short Schools, Seminars, Training Books & Manuals
Travel Expense Budget Justification
Item
Number of
Persons
Lodging Expense
Meals Expense
Travel Cost
Per Person
Total Cost
Chemical Units
Estimated
Annual
Quantity
Unit Price
Including
Freight
Total Annual
Cost
Primary Use Supplier
Aluminum Sulfate, 48% Tons 313.99125 $299.000 $93,883
Raw Water Coagulant Univar
Chlorine - 1 Ton Cylinders Tons 12.775 $500 $6,388
Finished WaterDisinfection Jones Chemical
Activated Carbon Tons 35 $2,440 $85,400
TOC Removal Brenntag
Polymer Lbs 8389.16 $1.150 $9,648
Coagulant Aid SNF/Polydyne
Fluoride Lbs 4380 $0.460 $2,015
Fluoride Addition Univar
Phosphate Lbs 46510 $0.41 $19,069
Corrosion Control Brenntag
Caustic Soda Lbs 1000 $2.25 $2,250
pH Adjustment Lhoist North America
Lime, Liquid Tons 68.4375 $332 $22,721
pH Adjustment Burnett Lime
Potassium Permangate Lbs 4600 $2.100 $9,660
Oxidizier, TOC Removal Brenntag
Subtotal $251,034
7% Tax $17,572
Total $268,606
FY 1617 WTP Chemical Budget Justification
Description Qty Unit Price
Total Expense
High Service Pump 1 $60,000 $60,000
Description Quantity Unit Price
Total Expense
Raw Water Transmission Pump 1 $90,000 $90,000
FY 1617 WTP Equipment Justification
All seven pumps were originally installed in 2001, and have been in near continuous service since
that time. We have replaced one High Service Pump in FY14-15, one Reservoir Pump in FY 14-15,
and one Raw Water Pump in FY11-12. We are in the process of repairing/replacing a High Servcie
Pump this FY 15-16. So in the last four years we have replaced three of the seven pumps/motors.
Keeping on schedule, we can replace/repair the remaining four units over the next two to three
budget cycles.
All seven pumps were originally installed in 2001, and have been in near continuous service since
that time. We have replaced one High Service Pump in FY14-15, one Reservoir Pump in FY 14-15,
and one Raw Water Pump in FY11-12. We are in the process of repairing/replacing a High Servcie
Pump this FY 15-16. So in the last four years we have replaced three of the seven pumps/motors.
Keeping on schedule, we can replace/repair the remaining four units over the next two to three
budget cycles.
Therse valves are to replace the original surface wash valves installed in 1990. These are the last of
the air actuated valves at the WTP, as we replaced the majority in FY 11-12. These will be electric
operated actuators identical to the Auma Actuators currently on site. Cost is for valves and possible
SCAD work needed to function correctly.
Description Quantity Unit Price
Total Expense
Surface Wash Valves Filter 1 thru 4 4 $6,250 $25,000
Description Quantity Unit Price
Total Expense
Altivar 66 Variable Frequency Drive 3 $66,666 $200,000(estimate)
WTP and RWPS
Description Quantity Unit Price
Total Expense
Decant Station Control Panel 1 $5,000 $5,000
These Varaible Frequency Drives (VFD) were originally installed during the 2000-01 WTP upgrade
are antiquatied technology in the VFD/pump industry. Increasing scarcity of parts and high cost of
available parts has become a major issue. We have a Replacement would be on a two year cycle,
meaning replacing the three at the WTP in total of seven VFD's that are in need of replacement;
three at the WTP and four at the Raw Water Station. FY 16-17, and the four at the Raw Pump
Station in FY 17-18. This will help spread out cost of the units. Also, current staffing is capable of
in-hous installation, so we can save cost on that.
The decant station control panel has been in service since 2001, and is in need of repalcement. The
figerglass cabinet is disintergrating and the electrical comntrols are obsolete. We have replaced
both of the decant pumps over the last two years, and need to upgrade the controls and cabinet to
match the new pumps. That keeps us current with technology.
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DATE PREPARED: DEPT. WD
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1912
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1912-101
$527,129
$510,035 3.4%
SALARY AND WAGES
30-1912-102
$51,814
$46,067 12.5%
OVERTIME
30-1912-210 $3,000 $2,500 20.0%
PRINTING & OFFICE
SUPPLIES
30-1912-214 $1,387 $1,374 0.9%
DUES AND MEMBERSHIP
30-1912-215 $6,200 $4,080 52.0%
TRAVEL EXPENSE
30-1912-217 $45,000 $50,000 -10.0%
AUTO OPERATING EXPENSE
30-1912-220 $50,000 $50,000 0.0%
ELECTRIC & GAS EXPENSE
30-1912-221 $10,000 $12,000 -16.7%
TELEPHONE EXPENSE
Electricity & Gas expense for operating 2-booster pump stations, 5 water tanks and the Utility Field
Operation Center.
Travel Expenses to schools, seminars and conferences including out of town travel, meals, and
rooms if overnight stay is required. Increase is to support employee training when out of town.
Specifically to send two operator to operators conference in October 2016 and two employees to the
environmental conference in March 2017. To send Utility Field Manager to the annual
ABC/AWWA conference as a board member. This will also support ongoing training opportunities
to prepare lower grade operators for higher grade certification exams. To send Field Manager to
have boom truck recertification.
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Office supplies for Utility Field Manager, Crew Leaders, Waste Water Asst. Field Manager. All
positions will be utilizing the same printer, to cover cost of jet ink cartridges, pens, staples, paper
clips and various other office supplies.
For (10) telephone service lines/internet, at Utility Field Operation Center, CAE Tele-metering and
to pay for the use of our Verizon, and Time Warner Cable phone services. $432 will be alloted for
six employees to have City email.
Time worked after hours, other than 40 Hr. per week and not being able to leave the task over for
the next day due to the nature of the work. Also, to provide service 365 days per year and 24 hours
per day, much time is spent attending to service line repairs, water main breaks and water turn offs.
To allow personnel to join and participate in work related organizations. (i.e., AWWA, SCAWWA,
WEASC, etc. And annual fees to LLR ($50.00/person and $30.00/renewal)
For fuels, oils, lubricants, parts, maintenance, and repair of vehicles.
Salary and wages for 13 employees. Increases for employee water distribution certification.
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DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees. Increases for employee water distribution certification.
30-1912-226 $107,101 $210,185 -49.0%
SERVICE CONTRACTS 1. Two-way radios $56
$3,090
3. P.U.P.S. Contract $3,462
4. Utilities Service Inc. Storage Tank Maintenance Agreement $100,493
30-1912-227 $20,000 $25,000 -20.0%
EQUIPMENT REPAIR
30-1912-228 $500 Maintenance of buildings at the Utility Field Operations Center. To cover building additions. $500 0.0%
BUILDING REPAIRS
30-1912-231 $8,000
$8,000 0.0%
HAND TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
30-1912-234 $7,000 $4,500 55.6%
MASONRY/CEMENT
SUPPLIES
30-1912-235 $55,000 $45,000 22.2%
ASPHALT/GRADING
SUPPLIES
30-1912-237 $250 Miscellaneous parts/service for mobile radios. $250 0.0%
RADIO SUPPLIES
30-1912-238 $7,000 $7,000 0.0%
SAFETY SUPPLIES
30-1912-241 $7,000 $6,500 7.7%
UNIFORM SUPPLIES
30-1912-248
$736
$736 0.0%
CHEMICAL EXPENSE
Raingear, boots, safety glasses, rubber gloves, hard hats, traffic cones, barricades. The size of our
staff has grown and to account for employee turn over.
For gravel, asphalt, and flowable fill to repair roads per SCDOT guidelines, driveways and
sidewalks after new installations or repairs.
To purchase chemicals for disinfection of storage tanks (CAE & 321), new water lines and repairs.
.
2. Electric Guard Dog fence contract
For cement, concrete mix, mortar, sand, bricks, ect. Used to repair driveways , sidewalks, build
kicker blocks, etc. To cover cost of workload increase.
To purchase tools as replacements or as additional as needed, to be used by personnel in the
performance of their daily jobs. To replace outdated tools with more efficient and updated tools.
Rental of uniforms as needed for 13 employees.
For repair parts and repairs of non titled equipment i.e. pumps, electric motors, saws, tamps,
electric control panels, ect.
FY1617 1912 W D 3-2-16.xlsm Page 2
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DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1912
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees. Increases for employee water distribution certification.
30-1912-256 $85,000 $65,000 30.8%
WATER DIST. REPAIR
EXPENSE
30-1912-262 $8,162 For vehicle insurance. $742 Per vehicle 11 Units. $6,500 25.6%
VEHICLE INSURANCE
30-1912-264 $11,834 $9,034 31.0%
EMPLOYEE TRAINING
30-1912-381 $15,000 $15,000 0.0%
WATER DIST. EQUIP. METERS
30-1912-385 $33,350 $15,500 115.2%
MACHINES & EQUIPMENT Item #1 Ditch Witch Excavation Vacuum Machine $28,000
Item #2 Camera Security System $5,350
Items In Order Of Importance
$33,350
30-1912-386 $900 $900 0%
EQUIPMENT NON-CAPITAL
30-1912-805 $63,163 $59,848 5.5%
SC STATE RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
30-1912-810 $868
$823 5.5%
SC STATE PRE-RETIREMENT
DEATH BENEFIT
30-1912-814 $44,289
$42,805 3.5%
SOCIAL SECURITY
Certification for employees as keeping up the number of CEU hours required for operator renewal
of their certifications. Asbestos initial and annual training, annual confined space and competent
person training. To send the Feild Manager for boom truck recertification. To account for extra
training due to turn over in our department personnel.
For purchase of water meters for new installations at new business/sub-divisions. For increase cost
to purchase AMR Meters verses direct read water meters.
For the purchase of all materials used for the repair and installation of all sizes of water lines,
hydrants & for new water line installations, as well as other water related work materials, etc.
$8,000 will be allotted for 4 ruggedized laptops for mapping.
For the purchase of a desktop computer that falls under the five year replacement plan.
FY1617 1912 W D 3-2-16.xlsm Page 3
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DATE PREPARED: DEPT. WD
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1912
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees. Increases for employee water distribution certification.
30-1912-820 $13,000
$9,700 34.0%
GENERAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1912-821 $30,480
$26,290 15.9%
WORKERS COMP INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1912-822 $107,295
$107,295 0.0%
MEDICAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1912-825 $2,000
$2,000 0.0%
UNEMPLOYMENT
COMPENSATION EXPENSE
30-1912-828 $3,000
$1,000 200.0%
HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT
ACCOUNT EXPENSE
TOTAL 30-1912 $1,325,458 $1,345,422 -1.5%
Workers Compensation Program Code #7580, Rate = 0.0487
FY1617 1912 W D 3-2-16.xlsm Page 4
Number of
Persons
Cost Per
Person
CEUs Per
Person
Travel
Expense
Total Cost
1 $82 0 No $82
1 $65 0 No $65
10 $50 0 No $500
10 $35 0 No $350
13 $30 0 No $390
Total Cost
$1,387
1 $209 12 Yes $209
1 $300 12 Yes $300
1 $2,500 24 Yes $2,500
2 $25 13.5 Yes $50
27 $150 8 No $4,050
13 $125 8 No $1,625
13 $125 8 No $1,625
5 $95 12 No $475
2 $125 0 No $250
2 $125 0 No $250
1 $500 20 No $500
Total Cost
$11,834
Operator License Application
FY 1617 WD - Dues, Memberships & Training Expense Budget Justification
Item
Dues & Memberships Expense
AWWA Membership
Asbestos Group License
Confined Space
Competent Person
WEASC Membership
Operator License Renewal
Training Expense
SC Environmental Conference
SC Operators Conference
Asbestos Certification
ABC/AWWA Annual Conference
Boom Truck Recertification
Software Training (MS Excel)
Management Training
Operator License Exams
Software Training (MS Word)
Number of
Nights
Hotel Cost
Per Person
Per Day
Number of
Days
Food Cost
Per Person
Per Day
SC Environmental
Conference
1 4 $230 4 $50 $220 $1,340
Boom Truck Recertification 1 4 4 $50 $500
ABC/AWWA Conference 1 4 $230 4 $50 $500 $1,620
SC Operators Conference 2 4 $230 4 $50 $220 $2,680
CM's Christmas Luncheon 2 0 $0 1 $30 $0 $60
Total Cost
$6,200
Travel Expense Budget Justification
Item
Number of
Persons
Lodging Expense
Meals Expense
Travel Cost
Per Person
Total Cost
Chemical Units
Estimated
Annual
Quantity
Unit Price
Including
Freight
Total Annual
Cost
Primary Use Supplier
HTH Powered Chlorine Lbs 430 $1.600 $688
Tank & Line Disinfection Brenntag
Subtotal $688
7% Tax $48
Total $736
FY 1617 WD Chemical Budget Justification
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Video Camera Security System
Video Camera 6 $500 $3,000
Accessories 1 $1,000 $1,000
Installation 1 $1,000 $1,000
SC Sales Tax 1 $350 $350
Total Expense $5,350
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Ditch Witch Excavation Vacuum Machine
FX20 Vac System 1
FX20 Standard: 150gal spoil, 80gal water 1
Lunette 3" 1
2.6 GPM Turbo Spray Nozzle 1
FX20 Uptime Kit 1
Two in One Tool 1
S4S Trailer Ass'y 1
Fender Kit Installation Charge 1
Sub Total 1 $23,420
Sales Tax 7% 1 $1,874
Total Expense $25,294
Budget Expense $28,000
FY 1617 WD Equipment Justification
Items will be used for security of the Utility Field Operation Center. The Operation Center
houses a million plus dollars worth of material and equipment at any one time. The current
security is an electric fence. A video security system will help identify a person or persons
in the event of any type of security incidents.
Item will be used for the daily uses in locating/potholing water and sewer mains and
services. Currently we are manually hand digging all of our utilities because most of our
system does not have tracer wire. The only way that our locators can positively locate our
utilities are by manually hand digging them. The water and sewer mains can be anywhere
from three to ten plus feet deep. Some of the locate tickets called in require our locators to
locate thirteen hundred feet of water and sewer lines at a time. There is not enough time in
the day to locate these lines when hand digging. This unit will be used on a daily basis to
help aid in the daily activities of locating.
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DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1916
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17
Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1916-101 $599,669 $574,150 4.4%
SALARY AND WAGES
30-1916-102 $42,920 $20,000 114.6%
OVERTIME
30-1916-210 $800 $680 17.6%
PRINTING & OFFICE SUPPLIES
30-1916-211 $350 $270 29.6%
POSTAGE EXPENSE
30-1916-213 $3,250 $3,250 0.0%
STATE OF SC PERMIT FEES
30-1916-214 $1,617 $1,500 7.8%
DUES AND MEMBERSHIP
30-1916-215 $6,974 $5,000 39.5%
TRAVEL EXPENSE
Mailing SCDHEC and EPA reports on monthly basis.
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Travel Expenses to schools, seminars and conferences including out of town travel, meals, and
rooms if overnight stay is required. Specifically to send 2 operators to the Operators Conference in
October 2013, the SC Environmental Conference in March 2014, and to attend the Ovivo MBR
Operator's Workshop. This will also support ongoing training opportunities to prepare lower grade
operators (3) for higher grade certification exams. Additional training for WWTP maintenance
personnel to travel and attend equipment repair training classes for new 25 MGD WWTP.
Professional membership dues for wastewater treatment personnel (ie, AWWA, SCWEA, WEF,
annual certification fees for existing personnel ; and additional monies for lower grade operators
(3) to sit for certification tests
Log books, printed forms, label maker supplies, data sheets, laserjet cartridges for lab and treatment
plant. DHEC and EPA record keeping and monthly reporting. Increase due to increased printing
of documents from multiple LaserJet printers and increased use of log books to document
operations and maintenance of various WWTP systems.
Salary and wages for 13 employees.
Time worked after hours, other than 40 Hr. per week for coverage of holiday and weekend duties
@ WWTP (ie: after hours emergency calls for WWTP, Pump Station #1 & #2 for emergency
repairs to equipment). Current overtime expenditures reflect increasedsolids dewatering operations
due to additional flows received into the WWTP (membranes, centrifuges, and digesters) to achieve
target MLSS concentrations for carousels, additional hauling of solids to landfill, and overtime for
WWTP maintenance staff (additional employee added this fiscal year)for possible after hours
electrical/mechanical troubleshooting and corrective maintenance.
These fees includes treatment plant and laboratory certififcation, and covers inspection, analysis,
and monitoring done by DHEC over the year.
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DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1916
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17
Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees.
30-1916-217 $37,000 $37,000 0.0%
AUTO OPERATING EXPENSE
30-1916-218 $474,000 $430,000 10.2%
WATER EXPENSE
30-1916-220 $942,000 $939,000 0.3%
ELECTRIC & GAS EXPENSE
30-1916-221 $28,060 $27,700 1.3%
TELEPHONE EXPENSE
30-1916-223 $2,000 Oils and greases for blowers, pumps, clarifier drives and wastewater pump stations #1 & #2. $3,000 -33.3%
LUBRICATION SUPPLIES
30-1916-226 $141,975 $133,305 6.5%
SERVICE CONTRACTS 1. Annual radio service contract charge. $450
2. Generators and Switchgear Service Agreement $11,000
3. Lawn service agreemment $55,500
4. Elevator Service Agreement $1,740
5. Annual Industrial Scientific Gas Detector iNET Insite usage fee $1,020
6. Hach WWTP Lab & Process Control peventative maintenance agreement $20,200
$1,440
8. Plant garbage service $10,000
9. Aquarium maintenance service $4,200
10.True up and wwtp audit expenses $25,000
11.Xylem Effluent Pump Service contract (Bronze) $6,600
$4,825
Electric power service for operating the WWTP and solids handling facility. Increase due to
addition of 2 LCJMW&SC force main metering station operations & one Town of Lexington
metering station.
Telephone/Internet service, Verizon cellular/direct connect phone service,. Added $72 e-mail
expence per user (5).
Potable Water Usage @ WWTP @ $4.25/thousand gallons. 7-1-15 thru 12-31-15 water usage @
55,745,000 gallons.
Maintenance of vehicles and equipment assigned to the WWTP including fuel, oil, lubricants for 1
sedan ,3 pickup trucks, 2 service trucks, & 3 tractor trailers. Total of 9 vehicles. Also supports a
John Deere tractor and Gator utility vehicle, a KutKwik slopemower, and a gasoline utility golf
cart. Vehicle expence includes weekly routes for Town of Lexington & Joint Municipal
Commission sampling.
7. Fire Alarm Service (Operations & Chlorine Buildings)
12. WWTP HVAC service agreement
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Account Line Item
FY 16/17
Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees.
30-1916-227 $151,000 $66,000 128.8%
EQUIPMENT REPAIR
30-1916-228 $500 $500 0.0%
BUILDING REPAIRS
30-1916-229 $260,000 $200,000 30.0%
SULDGE DISPOSAL FEES
30-1916-231 $3,000
$2,000 50.0%
HAND TOOLS & SUPPLIES
30-1916-236 $2,000 $2,000 0.0%
ELECTRIC & LIGHT SUPPLIES
30-1916-237 $200 Miscellaneous parts/service for mobile radios. $200 0.0%
RADIO SUPPLIES
30-1916-238 $6,700 $6,000 11.7%
SAFETY SUPPLIES
30-1916-241 $6,000
$5,600 7.1%
UNIFORM SUPPLIES
30-1916-244 $1,000 $1,000 0.0%
JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
30-1916-248 $214,852 Purchase of chlorine, sulfur dioxide, polymer, lime, and alum . Increase additional chemical $150,996 42.3%
CHEMICAL EXPENSE usage due to increased flows into WWTP. So far FY15/16 average flows into WWTP is 28%
higher than FY14/15.
Hand soaps, mops, brooms, paper towels, bath tissue and floor cleaning supplies.
Landfilling of sludge that is generated in the wastewater treatment process and water plant alum
sludge. Additional flows from winter rain events and additional flow from the Town of Lexington
contribute to increase in solids removal from WWTP processes.
Raingear, boots, safety glasses, and rubber gloves. New safety equipment needed for the ongoing
safety program including calibration gas, parts and repair for portable gas monitor.
Small tools and implements to repair and maintain the WWTP. Additional tool expense to outfit
new Maintenance Tech.
Rental of uniforms as needed for 13 employees Purchase Cayce logo jackets as needed.
Maintenance of buildings at the WWTP and pump station #1
Light bulbs, ballasts, and replacement fixtures for the WWTP and pump stations.
Equipment repairs for the maintenance of pumps, couplings, drives, blowers, pump stations, bar
screen, valves, gererators and switchgear,etc. and annual hoist inspection and repair.
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Account Line Item
FY 16/17
Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees.
30-1916-249 $38,200
$35,900 6.4%
LABORATORY SUPPLIES
30-1916-262 $8,162 Insurance on 11 Vehicles/Trailers assigned to the WWTP. $6,900 18.3%
VEHICLE INSURANCE
30-1916-264 $7,795 $6,000 29.9%
EMPLOYEE TRAINING
30-1916-267 $28,000
$25,100 11.6%
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
30-1916-268 $25,000 $0 #DIV/0!
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES -
ENGINEERING
Reagents & supplies for the analysis of influent, effluent and pretreatment samples that are required
by DHEC and EPA including chlorine, CODs, BODs, fecal coliform, quality control standards and
pH reagents. Purchase of unknown WP interlaboratory PT study samples as mandated by
EPA/DHEC. Analytical balance calibration. Special sampling projects. Resumption of
phosphorous analysis required for 25 MGD NPDES limits. Additional costs associated with Town
of Lexington & Joint Municipal Commission BOD, TSS & NH3 analysis, new E-Coli analysis
supplies, increase for laboratory water purification system operations, and purchase of additional
disposable sample bottles. Additional monies adjusted for 5.0% anticipated laboratory supply
price increases .
Outside Laboratory analysis for metals, TCLP, toxicity, total phosphorous, PCB's, total nitrogen
and monitoring of Cayce's pretreatment accounts. This analysis has to be done by a State of South
Carolina ceritified laboratory. Also extra sampling to investigate any potential operational
problems in WWTP water quality.
Short schools, seminars and outside training materials. Certification for employees as keeping up
the number of CEU hours required for operator renewal of their certifications. Additional training
required to prepare lower grad operators (3) for higher level cerification exams. Training for new
maintenance technician on WWTP systems.
Engineering for headworks and pretreatment
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Account Line Item
FY 16/17
Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees.
30-1916-385 $68,050 $57,000 19.4%
MACHINES & EQUIPMENT Item #1
ArgusHazco QRAE 3 gas detectors with calibration equipment
$11,800
Item #2
Replacement Chassis/ Body for 2000 Chevy 3500 HD
$28,200
Item #3
BioRem Odor control Recirculation pump/motor assembly
$5,350
Item #4
Headworks rotating screen wash impellor pump
$13,200
Item #5
Carousel WiLo submersible mixer
$9,500
TOTAL
$68,050
30-1916-386 $4,720 Item #1
Laboratory printer/scanner
$400 (new budget line item)
#VALUE!
EQUIPMENT NON- CAPITAL Item #2
Hach rugged PH probe
$630
Item #3
Hach rugged LDO probe
$820
Item #4
LBOD probe
$1,050
Item #5
Laboratory benchtop ph meter
$1,820
TOTAL $4,720
30-1916-805 $70,106 $65,433.00
7.1%
SC STATE RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
30-1916-810 $964 $900.00 7.1%
SC STATE PRE-RETIREMENT
DEATH BENEFIT
30-1916-814 $49,158
$46,800 5.0%
SOCIAL SECURITY
30-1916-820 $86,000
$86,000 0.0%
GENERAL INSURANCE EXPENSE
30-1916-821 $32,433
$27,170 19.4%
WORKERS COMP INSURANCE
EXPENSE
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DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1916
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17
Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 13 employees.
30-1916-822 $107,295
$99,042 8.3%
MEDICAL INSURANCE EXPENSE
30-1916-825 $2,000
$2,000 0.0%
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
EXPENSE
30-1916-828 $1,500
$1,500 0.0%
HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT
ACCOUNT EXPENSE
30-1916-830 $6,615
$6,615 0.0%
OPEB EXPENSE
30-1916-950 $550,000
$550,000 0.0%
DEPRECIATION
TOTAL 30-1916 $4,011,865 $3,625,511
10.7%
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Number of
Persons
Cost Per
Person
CEUs Per
Person
Travel
Expense
Total Cost
1 $82 0 No $82
2 $88 0 No $176
12 $35 0 No $420
21 $30 0 No $630
3 $103 0 No $309
0 $100 0 No $0
Total Cost
$1,617
2 $240 12 Yes $480
2 $35 14 Yes $70
4 $75 3 No $300
1 $65 6 No $65
1 $125 5.25 No $125
4 $75 4.25 No $300
5 $99 9 No $495
1 $210 NA No $210
2 $125 12 No $250
2 $125 12 No $250
2 $125 12 No $250
1 $4,000 NA Yes $4,000
2 $500 20 No $1,000
Total Cost
$7,795
Certification test fees
WEASC Membership
Operator License Renewal
FY 1617 WWTP - Dues, Memberships & Training Expense Budget Justification
Item
Dues & Memberships Expense
AWWA Membership
WEF Membership
WEF MOP 11 Operation of WWTP
SC Operators Conference
Pine Island Workshops
WEASC Specialty Pretreatment Conf
WEA/AWWA Safety Seminar
PE License Renewal
Training Expense
SC Environmental Conference
WEA/AWWA Lab Workshop
Self Study Course & Manual
Software Training (MS Access)
Software Training (MS Word)
Software Training (MS Excel)
Maintenance Tech pump training
Management Training
Number of
Nights
Hotel Cost
Per Person
Per Day
Number of
Days
Food Cost
Per Person
Per Day
SC Environmental
Conference
2 3 $173 3 $51 $60 $1,464
SC Operators Conference 2 2 $141 3 $51 $200 $1,270
Maintenance Tech Pump
Training
1 5 $100 5 $60 $1,400 $2,200
Ovivo MBR Operator's
Workshop
2 2 $150 3 $30 $600 $1,980
CM's Christmas Luncheon 2 0 $0 1 $30 $0 $60
Total Cost
$6,974
Travel Expense Budget Justification
Item
Number of
Persons
Lodging Expense
Meals Expense
Travel Cost
Per Person
Total Cost
Chemical Units
Estimated
Annual
Quantity
Unit Price
Including
Freight
Total Annual
Cost
Primary Use Supplier
Lime Lbs 5000 $0.180 $900
Disinfection of SSO's &
stormwater catchbasins
Brenntag
Chlorine - 1 Ton Cylinders Tons 40 $390 $15,600
Effluent Disinfection Brenntag
Sulfur Dioxide - 1 Ton Cylinders Tons 20 $695 $13,900
Effluent De-chlorination Brenntag
HTH Powered Chlorine Lbs 0 $1.740 $0
Clarifier Weir Maintenance Brenntag
Sodium Hypochlorite Gal 660 $1.790 $1,181
Sludge Thickener Membrane
Cleaning
Univar
Polymer Tankers 9 $17,550 $157,950
Dewatering Coagulant Polydyne
Polymer Solvent Gal 15 $17.000 $255
Polymer Spill Cleanup Polydyne
Aluminum Sulfate, 48% Tons 36 $300 $10,800
Phosphorus Removal Univar
Chlorine scrubber defoamer Gal. 4 52.5 $210 Chlorine scrubber operation Evoqua
Subtotal $200,796
7% Tax $14,056
Total $214,852
FY 1617 WWTP Chemical Budget Justification
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Argus Hazco QRAE3 gas detectors with calibration equipment
QRAE 3 Pumped 4 gas detector 4 $1,038 $4,152
QRAE3 Calibration cradle 4 $989 $3,956
EchoView Host 2 $1,299 $2,598
116 liter Quad Bottle Cal Gas 1 $249 $249
Hazmat shipping $39
SC Sales Tax 1 $770
Total Expense $11,764
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Purchase: NEW 2016 Ford F350 Service Truck $28,200
Budget Expense $28,000
The purchase of a new 2016 Ford F350 Service Truck is needed to replace #4124, a
2000 Chevrolet 3500 HD service Truck with 122,000 miles currently used by the new
WWTP Maintenance Technician. The AutoCrane currently on #4124 will be mounted
on the new service truck
FY 1617 WWTP Equipment Justification
The WWTP requests to purchase 4 Argus Hazco QRAE# gas detectors. These are 4 gas
detection units that will provide specific gas detection monitoring for each individual
entering a confined space. These units will be linked remotely with an EchoView Host
unit that will remotely monitor multiple units that are attached to personnel in a
confined space. As well additional equipment will be purchased that allows these units
to be calibrated automatically while maintaining a fully charged state for unplanned
confined space entry at any hours. The OSHA standard for Confined Space Entry now
requires monitoring of each individual in a confined space that is greater than 5 feet
away from any stationary gas detection equipment.
Cayce’s Public Safety department already utilizes this specific brand of equipment. The
purchased of these detectors will standardize the equipment used between the Utility
department (WWTP, WTP, and Utility Field Crews) & the Fire Department. These
units will be kept at the Public Safety’s Fire House and checked out as needed by the
Utility Department personnel.
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
BioRem Odor Control Recirculation Pump/Motor assembly $5,350
Budget Expense $5,350
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Headworks Rotating Screen Impellor Drive Unit Egger Pump $13,200
Budget Expense $13,200
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Wilo Anaerobic Mixer, TR60-2.41-4/12, 6.4hp 1680rpm 460 ~3 $9,500
Budget Expense $9,500
The WWTP Maintenance Dept. would like to purchase a Ovivo Proprietary
IMPELLER DRIVE UNIT EGGER PUMP to be a spare backup unit for the headworks
rotating screen units (3). The pump is a German brand and there is a long lead time for
parts to rebuild a failed pump. The placement of the pump also acts as a barrier to flow
short-circuiting under the screen, so when a failed pump is pulled for rebuild, the entire
screen has to be isolated and is not available for operation. The spare unit will allow for
quick exchange and get the down unit back up and operational in a matter of hours.
The WWTP Maintenance Dept. would like to purchase a proprietary Wilo 6000250
Mixer, TR60-2.41-4/12, 6.4hp 1680rpm 460 ~3 to be a spare backup unit for the
Carousel Anaerobic Tanks (12). The submersible mixer is a German brand and there is
a long lead time for parts to rebuild a failed mixer. The tank is utilized for phosphorus
removal of the WWTP influent upstream of the aerobic section of the activated sludge
process. Proper mixing without introduction of oxygen is critical to the process of
binding phosphorus into the bacteria biomass. The spare unit will allow for quick
exchange and get the down unit back up and operational in a matter of hours.
The WWTP Maintenance Dept. would like to purchase a replacement BioRem Odor
Control recirculation pump/motor assembly. The current pump/motor assembly is
heavily corroded due to the low PH water solution that it pumps. The recirculation
pump is critical to the system as it keeps the biomass moist and alive that grows in the
tanks upper media area. The air contaminated with H2S and Methane gases is pulled
out of the Headworks Tanks upper voids and circulated through the BioRem’s biomass
to neutralize the corrosive gases. The pump/motor and/or support brackets are expected
to fail at some point.
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DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1917
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Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1917-101 $562,746 $545,470 3.2%
SALARY AND WAGES
30-1917-102 $65,732
$55,000 19.5%
OVERTIME
30-1917-214 $1,250 $1,390 -10.1%
DUES AND MEMBERSHIP
30-1917-215 $3,640 $3,140 15.9%
TRAVEL EXPENSE
30-1917-217 $60,000 $60,000 0.0%
AUTO OPERATING EXPENSE
30-1917-220 $125,000 $115,000 8.7%
ELECTRIC & GAS EXPENSE
30-1917-221 $25,000 $40,000 -37.5%
TELEPHONE EXPENSE
30-1917-223 $300 Oils and greases used for pump operation and maintenance. $300 0.0%
LUBRICATION SUPPLIES
30-1917-226 $16,908 $17,878 -5.4%
SERVICE CONTRACTS 1. Two way radio contract $63
$6,710
3. Pump station 1 gas detector service contract. $1,500
4. Guard Dog Electric Fence Contract $3,090
5. P.U.P.S. Contract $3,245
6. Garbage Service $1,680
7. Flow Minitoring Service
$620
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
For fuels, oils, lubricants, parts, maintenance and repair of vehicles. Increase due to larger
service area.
To pay for travel and living expenses while attending "out of town" and overnight seminars,
meetings, and training sessions.
To allow personnel to join and participate in work related organizations. i.e. WEF, WEASC,
and Waste Water Collection Certification fees.
Time worked after hours, other than 40 Hr. per week and not being able to leave the task over
for the next day due to the nature of the work. Also, to provide service 365 days per year and
24 hours per day.
Salary and wages for 14 employees. Increases for wastewater collection certifications.
Electric power service for operating sewer pump stations. Increase to account for new pump
stations to come on line.
Telephone service, Verizon cellular/ phone service, (cell and monitoring services for sewer
pump stations and Flow Meter monitoring.)
For repair parts and repair of non-titled equipment i.e. pumps, electric motors, saws, tamps,
electric control panels, etc. The number of sewer pumps increase annually (130+pumps at
present). A line item has been added to accomadate for Pump Station # 1 pump rebuild at the
cost of $25,000. Per Glemmie.
2. Generator set maintenance and inspection agreement.
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FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 14 employees. Increases for wastewater collection certifications.
30-1917-227 $200,000 $159,606 25.3%
EQUIPMENT REPAIR
30-1917-231 $8,000 $8,000 0.0%
HAND TOOLS & SUPPLIES
30-1917-234 $1,500 $1,500
0.0%
MASONRY/CEMENT
SUPPLIES
30-1917-235 $35,000 $25,000 40.0%
ASPHALT/GRADING
SUPPLIES
30-1917-237 $250 Miscellaneous parts/service for mobile radios. $250 0.0%
RADIO SUPPLIES
30-1917-238 $7,500
$7,500 0.0%
SAFETY SUPPLIES
30-1917-241 $6,200
$6,200 0.0%
UNIFORM SUPPLIES
30-1917-244 $1,000 $500 100.0%
JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
30-1917-248 $47,534
$18,687 154.4%
CHEMICAL EXPENSE
To purchase lime for sterilization at sewer spills and various other chemicals used for odor,
grease and gas formation control. Weed Killer.
For repair parts and repair of non-titled equipment i.e. pumps, electric motors, saws, tamps,
electric control panels, etc. The number of sewer pumps increase annually (130+pumps at
present). A line item has been added to accomadate for Pump Station # 1 pump rebuild at the
cost of $25,000. Per Glemmie.
For cement, concrete mix, mortar, sand, bricks,ect. Used to repair driveways , sidewalks,
build kicker blocks, etc. To cover cost of workload increase.
To purchase tools as replacements or as additional as needed, to be used by personnel in the
performance of their daily jobs. To replace outdated tools with more efficient tools.
For gravel, asphalt, and flowabile fill to repair roads per SCDOT guidelines, driveways and
sidewalks after new installions or repairs.
For cleaning products to be used at the Utility Field Operation Center
Rental of uniforms as needed for 14 employees.
Raingear, boots, safety glasses, rubber gloves, hard hats, traffic cones, barricades. The size of
our staff has grown and to account for employee turn over.
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DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 14 employees. Increases for wastewater collection certifications.
30-1917-256 $90,000 $86,688 3.8%
WW COLL. REPAIR EXPENSE
30-1917-257 $5,000 $5,000 0.0%
TRANSMISSION LINE O&M
30-1917-262 $11,130 For vehicle insurance.(15 vehicles) $742 Per Vehicle $8,850 25.8%
VEHICLE INSURANCE
30-1917-264 $6,459 $4,418 46.2%
EMPLOYEE TRAINING
30-1917-385 $87,683 $29,500 197.2%
MACHINES & EQUIPMENT
Item #1 Panel Upgrade for Magnolia Ridge Pump Station $7,000
Item #2 Ridged camera push systems x 2 $32,314
Item #3 Inspection Camera on Vaccon $38,369
Item #4 Emergency By-Pass pumping hoses and fittings $10,000
Items Are In Order Of Importance
$87,683
30-1917-386 $900 $900 0%
EQUIPMENT NON-CAPITAL
30-1917-805 $68,567
$65,181 5.2%
SC STATE RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
30-1917-810 $943
$896 5.2%
SC STATE PRE-RETIREMENT
DEATH BENEFIT
For the purchase of all materials used for sewer repair and installation of all sizes of sewer
lines and manholes, as well as, all other sewer related work.
For continued education of personnel. WW Collection certification examination fees.
Confined space and competent person training. To send the Asst. Field Manager to the SC
Environmental Conference and for boom truck recertification.
For the purchase of a desktop computer on the five year replacement plan.
FY1617 1917 WWC 3-2-16.xlsm Page 3
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DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for 14 employees. Increases for wastewater collection certifications.
30-1917-814 $48,079
$46,620 3.1%
SOCIAL SECURITY
30-1917-820 $15,000
$15,000 0.0%
GENERAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1917-821 $32,347
$28,120 15.0%
WORKERS COMP
INSURANCE EXPENSE
30-1917-822 $115,549
$115,549 0.0%
MEDICAL INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1917-825 $1,000
$1,000 0.0%
UNEMPLOYMENT
COMPENSATION EXPENSE
30-1917-828 $3,000
$1,000 200.0%
HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT
ACCOUNT EXPENSE
30-1917-879 $105,194
$105,194 0.0%
SPRINGDALE CONTRACT
EXPENSE
TOTAL 30-1917 $1,758,409 $1,579,337
11.3%
Workers Compensation Program Code #7580, Sewage Treatment Plant Rate = 0.0464;
Includes 20% discount.
FY1617 1917 WWC 3-2-16.xlsm Page 4
Number of
Persons
Cost Per
Person
CEUs Per
Person
Travel
Expense
Total Cost
10 $35 0 No $350
8 $60 0 No $480
14 $30 0 No $420
Total Cost
$1,250
2 $125 24 Yes $250
14 $125 8 No $1,750
1 $2,500 24 Yes $2,500
14 $125 8 No $1,750
1 $209 12 Yes $209
Total Cost
$6,459
Number of
Nights
Hotel Cost
Per Person
Per Day
Number of
Days
Food Cost
Per Person
Per Day
WWC Short School 2 4 $160 4 50 60 $1,800
Boom Truck Recertification 1 4 4 50 $500
SC Environmental
Conference
1 4 $230 4 $50 $220 $1,340
Total Cost
$3,640
WWC Short School
Confined Space
SC Environmental Conference
Travel Expense Budget Justification
Item
Number of
Persons
Lodging Expense
Meals Expense
Travel Cost
Per Person
Total Cost
Competent Person
Boom Truck Recertification
Operator License Renewal
Training Expense
FY 16/17 WWC - Dues, Memberships & Training Expense Budget Justification
Item
Dues & Memberships Expense
WEASC Membership
Operator License Application
Chemical Units
Estimated
Annual
Quantity
Unit Price
Including
Freight
Total Annual
Cost
Primary Use Supplier
Deodorant Blocks 3Blocks $208 $623
Masking Agent ATCO
Lime 150 Bags $4 $687
Clean Sewer Overflows Lowes
Carbon 1Ton $6,000 $6,000 Control Sewer Oder Brentag
Z-Blocks 3Blocks $423 $1,269 Odor Control ATCO
Weed Killer 55 Gal. $2,200 $2,200 Weed Killer ATCO
Six Mile Creek Chemical $36,000 $36,000 Control Sewer Oder
Subtotal $46,779
7% Tax $755
Total $47,534
FY 16/17 WWC Chemical Budget Justification
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Duplex Control Panel 1 $5,875 $5,875
SC Sales Tax 1 $411
Total Expense $6,286
Budget Expense $7,000
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Ridgid Kit, CS10 Monitor w/2 Batteries, one charger 2 $5,100 $10,200
Ridgid Reel 200' Color Self Level 2 $8,400 $16,800
Ridgid Navitrack Scout w/Case 2 $1,600 $3,200
SC Sales Tax 7% 1 $2,114 $2,115
Total Expense $32,315
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Inspector Camera complete Assembly 1 $33,754 $33,754
Labor 24 $104 $2,080
Shop Supplies 1 $25 $25
SC Sales Tax 7% 1 $2,510 $2,510
Total Expense $38,369
Item is for Magnolia Ridge pump station. The current control panel at this location has had multiple
problems and is also outdated. Also there is no protection against seal and thermal failure in the
existing panel which puts the pumps at risk of premature failure.
FY 16/17 WWC Equipment Justification
Items to replace Both our current units that have had multiple repairs. Our current units have been in
service for over 3 year. These units are a crucial part of the WWC system in inspections and early
detection of sewer problems on a daily basis. Both current units are getting to costly to repair rather
than replace.
Item is a turnkey cost to retrofit a camera system to the new vaccon vacuum truck. This camera system
will be an invaluable piece of equipment to the inspection and preventive maintenance of the City of
Cayce’s sewer system. This unit can also cut cost of other crews having to come out to the job to
inspect problem lines. This addition will do everything in one package, inspect, clean, locate and video
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Godwin By-Pass Piping 3 $245 $734
4"x20' Light Weight Helix Hose w/Godwin QD Fittings
10 $461 $4,613
4"x50 Heavy Duty Layflat Hose w/Godwin QD Fittings
10 $197 $1,973
4"x20' QD Pipe 5 $173 $866
4-1/4" Degree Godwin QD Bend 3 $92 $277
4" 90 Degree Godwin QD Bend 3 $92 $277
4" Godwin QD O-Ring 21 $6 $126
Delivery Motor FRT BR 010 Partial Load 1 $500 $500
SC Sales Tax 7% 1 $656 $656
Total Expense $10,020
Due to the age of the city’s sewer system and the past problems we have had I am asking for
additional emergency bypass pumping hose, so we can eliminate some of the cost of renting hoses for
any future problems we may have. This pipe can be used for a number of problems with the 65 pump
stations or the 270 miles of sewer line we have in our system.
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DATE REV #1: 2/24/2015 DEPT CODE 30-1920
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1920-101 $182,833
$133,460 37.0%
SALARY AND WAGES
30-1920-102 $16,187
$3,000 439.6%
OVERTIME
30-1920-210 $2,000
$1,000 100.0%
PRINTING & OFFICE SUPPLIES
30-1920-211 $700 Correspondence to potential customers, SCDHEC and EPA and pretreatment industries $600 16.7%
POSTAGE EXPENSE
30-1920-214 $380
$315 20.6%
DUES AND MEMBERSHIP
30-1920-215 $2,322
$1,829 27.0%
TRAVEL EXPENSE
30-1920-217 $5,000
$5,000 0.0%
AUTO OPERATING EXPENSE
30-1920-220 $3,000
$4,000 -25.0%
ELECTRIC & GAS EXPENSE
30-1920-221 $4,000
$3,280 22.0%
TELEPHONE EXPENSE
30-1920-223 $1,000 Oils and greases for pumps, motors and beltpress. $700 42.9%
LUBRICATION SUPPLIES
30-1920-226 $1,440 1- 6 yard dumpster for receiving station screenings 3 x per week $1,440 $1,440 0.0%
SERVICE CONTRACTS
Telephone/Internet service and Verizon cellular phone service for manager and 3-operators
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
General office supplies, printing, log books, printed forms, data sheets, inkjet cartridges.
Equipment repair for mantenance of pumps, motors, screening equipment and grinders.
Time worked after hours,other than 40 hr. per week due to equipment failure or delay in
unloading of vacuum trucks.
Travel Expenses to schools, seminars and conferences including out of town travel, meals,
and rooms if overnight stay is required.
Maintenance of vehicles and equipment assigned to the Septage & Grease Facility including
fuel, oil, lubricants for 1 auto and 1 pickup truck.
Estimated power/gas cost for twelve months.
Professional membership dues for septage and grease personnel (ie, SCWEA, WEF) and
annual certification fees for existing personnel.
Salary and wages for Manager and three Operators
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DATE PREPARED: 1/27/15 DEPT. Pre-Treatment
DATE REV #1: 2/24/2015 DEPT CODE 30-1920
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for Manager and three Operators
30-1920-227 $35,000
$6,000 483.3%
EQUIPMENT REPAIR
30-1920-228 $1,000 Maintenance of office ,pump room and beltpress building. $1,000 0.0%
BUILDING REPAIRS
30-1920-229 $95,000
$98,000 -3.1%
SLUDGE DISPOSAL FEES
30-1920-231 $2,500 Purchase of hand tools for new employees
$2,000 25.0%
HAND TOOLS & SUPPLIES
30-1920-236 $500 Light bulbs for office,pumproom and beltpress building. $500 0.0%
ELECTRIC & LIGHT SUPPLIES
30-1920-238 $2,000
$1,100 81.8%
SAFETY PROGRAM & SUPPLIES
30-1920-241 $2,900
$2,000 45.0%
UNIFORM SUPPLIES
30-1920-244 $500
$500 0.0%
JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
30-1920-248 $78,296 Polymer addition for sludge dewatering.
$78,000 0.4%
CHEMICAL EXPENSE Lime to adjust Ph.
30-1920-249 $750
$500 50.0%
LABORATORY SUPPLIES
30-1920-262 $1,500
$1,000 50.0%
VEHICLE INSURANCE
30-1920-264 $945
$925 2.2%
EMPLOYEE TRAINING
Hand soaps,mops,brooms,paper towels,bath tissue and floor cleaning supplies.
Reagents and supplies for in line ph and conductivity meters at receiving station.
Based 2-3 truck loads of sludge per week for 12 months.
Uniform rentals for 4 employees.
Equipment repair for mantenance of pumps, motors, screening equipment and grinders.
Short schools, seminars and outside training materials. Certification for employees as as
keeping up the number of CEU hours required for operator renewal of their certifications.
Insurance on 2 Vehicles assigned to the Septage & Grease Facility.
PPE for manager and 3-Operators
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DATE PREPARED: 1/27/15 DEPT. Pre-Treatment
DATE REV #1: 2/24/2015 DEPT CODE 30-1920
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for Manager and three Operators
30-1920-268 $20,000
$8,214 143.5%
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES LAB
TESTING
30-1920-385 $72,657
$0 #DIV/0!
MACHINES & EQUIPMENT
Item #2
Holding Tank Mixer; for either the Grease or Septage Tank $33,190
Item #3
SOG Station Muffin Monster Grinder $9,774
Item #4
Auger Assembly $21,168
Item #5
SOG Station Wet Well Pump w/cable $8,525
Items listed in order of priority.
$72,657
30-1920-386 $3,239 $0 #DIV/0!
EQUIPMENT NON-CAPITAL Standard lap top 15" $1,264
HQ30d HACH pH Meter $1,975
$3,239
30-1920-805 $21,713 $15,212 42.7%
SC STATE RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
30-1920-810 $299
$209 42.8%
SC STATE PRE-RETIREMENT
DEATH BENEFIT
30-1920-814 $15,225
$10,880 39.9%
SOCIAL SECURITY
30-1920-820 $3,200
$2,400 33.3%
GENERAL INSURANCE EXPENSE
30-1920-821 $10,592
$1,530 592.3%
WORKERS COMP INSURANCE
EXPENSE
Outside analysis for oil and grease on FSEs and test for disposal from pump trucks.
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DATE PREPARED: 1/27/15 DEPT. Pre-Treatment
DATE REV #1: 2/24/2015 DEPT CODE 30-1920
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
Justification
Salary and wages for Manager and three Operators
30-1920-822 $24,760
$18,570 33.3%
MEDICAL INSURANCE EXPENSE
30-1920-825 $0
$0 #DIV/0!
UNEMPLOYMENT
COMPENSATION EXPENSE
30-1920-828 $3,000
$1,500 100.0%
HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT
ACCOUNT EXPENSE
TOTAL 30-1920 $614,439 $404,664
51.8%
Each Line Item request must be thoroughly justified, explained and documented. This means, if the request is under prior year, explain why. If above prior year,
explain in detail. This means for any budget increase documentation of specific departmental objectives, projects or additional activities that warrant or
necessitate additional cost must be given. Use as many sheets as necessary to explain justification.
FY1617 1920 Pretreatment 3-2-16.xlsm Page 4
Number of
Persons
Cost Per
Person
CEUs Per
Person
Travel
Expense
Total Cost
4 $35 0 No $140
8 $30 0 No $240
Total Cost
$380
1 $250 12 Yes $250
2 $30 13.5 Yes $60
3 $75 3 No $225
1 $150 13.75 Yes $150
1 $130 12 No $130
1 $130 12 No $130
Total Cost
$945
Number of
Nights
Hotel Cost
Per Person
Per Day
Number of
Days
Food Cost
Per Person
Per Day
SC Environmental
Conference
1 2 $160 3 $51 $60 $533
SC Operators Conference 2 2 $160 3 $51 $60 $1,066
WEASC Bio-solids /
Residual Training
1 3 $160 3 $51 $60 $693
CM's Christmas Luncheon 1 0 $0 1 $30 $0 $30
Total Cost
$2,322
Operator License Renewal
Training Expense
SC Environmental Conference
SC Operators Conference
FY 1617 Pretreatment - Dues, Memberships & Training Expense Budget Justification
Item
Dues & Memberships Expense
WEASC Membership
Software Training (MS Word)
Pine Island Workshops
Software Training (MS Excel)
Travel Expense Budget Justification
Item
Number of
Persons
Lodging Expense
Meals Expense
Travel Cost
Per Person
Total Cost
WEASC Bio-solids / Residual Training
Chemical Units
Estimated
Annual
Quantity
Unit Price
Including
Freight
Total Annual
Cost
Primary Use Supplier
Lime pallets 15 $450
$6,750
Polymer Tankers 3 $20,808 $62,424
Dewatering Coagulant polydyne
Misc. 1 4000
$4,000
Subtotal $73,174
7% Tax $5,122
Total $78,296
FY 1617 Pre-Treatment Budget Justification
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Holding Tank Mixer (Grease or Septic Tank)
Submersible Mixer 1 $31,039 $31,039
SC Sales Tax 1 $2,151 $2,151
Total Expense $33,190
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
SOG Station "Muffin Monster" Grinder
SOG Station Grinder 1 $9,153 $9,153
Sales Tax 7% 1 $621
Total Expense $9,774
a Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
Auger Assembly
Auger Assembly 1 $19,686 $19,686
Sales Tax 7% 1 $1,482 $1,482
Total Expense $21,168
Description Quantity Unit Price Total Expense
SOG Station Wet Well Pump w/Cable
SOG Station Wet Well Pump w/Cable 1 $8,325 $8,325
Sales Tax 7% 1 $200 $200
Total Expense $8,525
FY 1617 PRETREATMENT Equipment Justification
This mixer is the only method of mixing the contents of the grease or septic holding tank.
If this mixer fails, the tank contents cannot be mixed and solids will accumulate on the
bottom. It is shipped from Europe and takes 2 months to arrive in this country.
This grinder shreds all solids in the hauled waste. There is the only unit on the installation
line. IF this unit fails, we have to halt operations at the receiving facility. Another
cartridge unit needs to be on site in the event of failure of the grinder installed.
This auger collects the solid waste from the muffin monster grinder and transports solids
to the dumpster. If this auger unit fails, we have to halt operations at the receiving facility.
Another unit needs to be on site in the event of failure of the unit installed.
If this Wet Well Pump fails, we cannot pump to the holding tanks. Another pump needs to
be on site in the even of failure.
DATE PREPARED: 1/30/16 DEPT. Non Dept
DATE REV #1: DEPT CODE 30-1990
DATE REV #2:
Account Line Item
FY 16/17 Request
FY 15/16
Appropriation
Percent
Change
30-1990-822 $0
$13,233 -100.0%
RETIREE INSURANCE
EXPENSE
30-1990-875 $200,000
$100,000 100.0%
CAPITAL IMP PROJ
RESERVE
30-1990-877 $200,000
$100,000 100.0%
CAPITAL EQUIP RESERVE
TRN
30-1990-880 $11,213 $0 0.0%
DEBT SERVICE INTEREST Interest on lease purchase of equipment
30-1990-990 $152,926 $0 0.0%
DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL Principal on lease purchase of equipment
30-1990-950 $0
$298,607 -100.0%
DEPRECIATION EXPENSE
30-1990-993 $1,600,000 $1,600,000 0.0%
O&M ACTUAL INDIRECT
COST
TOTAL $2,164,139 $2,111,840
2.5%
CITY OF CAYCE
BUDGET JUSTIFICATION
To begin to replenish reserves.
Justification
Insurance for one retiree.
To begin to replenish reserves.
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ITEM III. A.
ITEM III. D.
________________________________________________________________________
Memorandum
________________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Rebecca Vance, City Manager
Shaun Greenwood, Asst. City Manager
Layne West, Director of Planning and Development
Date: March 31, 2016
Subject: First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Section 6.10-1 (“Design
Overlay District Creation; definition”) of the Zoning Ordinance of the
City of Cayce (as it pertains to definition of the Knox Abbott Drive
Overlay District).
__________________________________________________________
ISSUE
Council approval is needed for the First Reading of an Ordinance Amending
Section 6.10-1 (“Design Overlay District Creation; definition”) of the Zoning
Ordinance of the City of Cayce (as it pertains to definition of the Knox Abbott
Drive Overlay District).
BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
Staff is requesting to amend Section 6.10-1 (“Design Overlay District Creation;
definition”) to add language applicable to the definition of the Knox Abbott Drive
Overlay District (OD). Currently, the Knox Abbott OD begins at the Blossom
Street Bridge and ends at 12
Th
Street. Staff is requesting adoption of the
Ordinance to extend the Knox Abbott Drive OD to include the entirety of Knox
Abbott Drive from the Blossom Street Bridge to the Cayce City Limits Line. The
adoption of the Ordinance will add properties with a C-4 (Highway Commercial)
zoning designation. Previously an Ordinance was adopted to regulate all signage
in the OD to conform to C-3 signage regulations. The C-3 zoning district permits
signs to have a maximum height of 7 feet. Staff believes the extension of the OD
creates a more cohesive shopping district.
The Planning Commission considered the request for the text amendment at its
regular meeting on March 21, 2016. The text amendment request was opened
for public hearing. No one from the public was present to speak for or against the
text amendment.
ITEM IV. A.
The Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend the requested text
amendment.
RECOMMENDATION
The Planning Commission recommends that Council approve First Reading of an
Ordinance amending Section 6.10-1 (“Design Overlay District Creation;
definition”) of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Cayce (as it pertains to
definition of the Knox Abbott Drive Overlay District).
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA )
)
COUNTY OF LEXINGTON )
)
CITY OF CAYCE )
ORDINANCE 2016-05
Amending Section 6.10-1 (“Design
Overlay District Creation”) of the
Zoning Ordinance of the City of
Cayce
WHEREAS, the Council has determined that it is in the interest of the public in
understanding the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance, and in the interest of the City in
administering and enforcing the Zoning Ordinance, to amend Section 6.10-1 (“Design
Overlay District Creation; definition”) of the Zoning Ordinance to add language to include
regulations to extend the Knox Abbott Drive Design Overlay District to encompass Knox
Abbott Drive, in its entirety; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on this request to
receive comments from the public; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission met on March 21, 2016, to review public
comments and vote on recommending the text amendment and unanimously decided that
they do recommend this text amendment,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of
Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, that Section 6.10-1 (“Design Overlay District
Creation”) of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Cayce is hereby amended to read as
follows:
Section 6.10-1 Creation; definition
There are hereby created two design overlay districts:
(1) Knox Abbott Drive Design Overlay District, which shall parallel Knox Abbott Drive and
shall extend from the street right-of-way the depth of each contiguous lot or 200',
whichever is less.
(2) 12th Street Extension Design Overlay District, which shall parallel 12th Street
Extension from Poplar Street to the I-77 Interchange, and shall extend from the street
right-of-way the depth of each contiguous lot or parcel or 500', whichever is less.
This Ordinance shall be effective from the date of second reading approval by Council.
DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this ______ day of _________2016.
______________________________
Elise Partin, Mayor
Attest:
______________________________
Mendy Corder, Municipal Clerk
First Reading: _____________________
Second Reading and Adoption: ____________
Approved as to form: __________________________
Danny C. Crowe, City Attorney
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Name Request Recomm Approved Notes Request Received
Ad Specialties (replenish stock) $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200
Airport High School Boys Soccer Tournament $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500
Airport High School Girls Soccer Tournament $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500
Brookland-Cayce High School Boys Soccer $5,000 $2,500 $3,000 $2,500
Cayce Museum - 25th Anniversary Event $2,500 $2,500 N/A N/A
Cayce Museum - Christmas Traditions 2016 $3,350 $3,350 $3,350 $3,350
Cayce Museum Aide's Salary $11,500 $11,500 $11,500 $11,500
Cherokee Trail Riverfest N/A N/A $8,000 $2,500
Christmas In Cayce Festival of Lights $10,000 $10,000 $8,500 $8,500
Columbia Metro Convention & Visitors Ctr $3,000 $1,000
Or up to 30% according to State law
$3,000 $1,000
Congaree Bluegrass Festival $20,000 $20,000 $16,700 $16,700
Guided Nature Tours $500 $500 $500 $500
The River Alliance/Tartan Day South $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $4,000
West Metro Visitors Center $18,000 $18,000 Or up to 30% according to State law $18,000 $18,000
TOTAL FUNDS REQUESTED/APPROVED $85,050.00 $80,550 $83,750 $74,750
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUNDING REQUESTS
FY16-17
FY 15-16
ITEM V. A.
1
Memo
To: Accommodations Tax Committee
From: Kara Carmine, Administrative Coordinator
Date: March 8, 2016
Re: FY16-17 Accommodations Tax Request
We are requesting $1,200 in funding for FY16-17 to replenish our supply of advertising
specialty items. These imprinted items include t-shirts, hats, coffee mugs, pencils,
pens, magnets, etc. The items are used to promote tourism to the City through
distribution at the West Metro Visitors Center, events and other activities.
The funds will be used on a draw-down” or as needed basis. Thank you.
KC/
CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
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CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
CITY OF CAYCE
ACCOMMODATIONS TAX FUND REQUEST
FY 2016-2017
Funding provided by Accommodations Tax must be used for promotion and advertising
specifically designed to bring tourists to the City of Cayce and is done so under the provision
that the City of Cayce will be listed as a co-sponsor on all advertising including, but not limited
to, print media, radio spots, television ads, etc. Funds can only be given if it is more likely that
you will attract people to stay overnight in City of Cayce local motels and frequent City of
Cayce restaurants.
1. The Applicant must be a public or private non-profit organization. Provide Federal ID
number and non-profit status for applicant and the name, address, phone, number,
address, and email of the contact person for the project. Attach a copy of the applicant’s
501 (C) (3) certification letter and a copy of a current Secretary of State charity registration
letter.
Applicant/Organization _____________________________________________________
Federal ID No. _____________________________ Non-Profit Status: _______________
Contact Person ____________________________ Telephone______________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Email ____________________________________________________________________
2. Project Category (check one)
____ Tourism Advertising and Promotion
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
_____ Tourism-Related Expenditures
(Definition: Tourism/tourist means the action and activities of people taking trips 50
miles outside their home communities for any purpose, except daily commuting to and
from work.) Tourism-related expenditures include advertising and promotion;
promotion of arts or cultural events; construction, maintenance and operation of civic
or cultural facilities; public services, such as utilities or facilities to serve tourists; parks,
recreation or beautification; tourism-related transportation services; waterfront erosion
control or repair; operation of visitor information centers. Distribution of funds will be
based on the percentage of visitors who travel 50 or more miles from outside your
community to attend or visit your event, activity, or facility.
Organizations must submit a budget of planned expenditures with application and an
accounting of how funds were spent at the end of the funding year.
Airport High School
Keith Morris
803-822-5600
1315 Boston Avenue, W. Cola, SC 29170
keithm@lex2.org
City of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request _______________ 2
3. Project/Event name and general description with specific reference to what will be
accomplished with city funds.
_______________
_______________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
4. Project Period: Begin __________________ End ____________________
5. For Tourism-related expenditures: The following questions must be answered in order for
your request to be considered for funding.
One important factor in allocating these funds is that there should be more hotel/motel activity
in our community due to the funding provided. Which hotels in the City of Cayce have you
contacted to arrange rooms for your overnight visitors? _____________________
____________________ ________________________
Total number of visitors expected to attend your event? _________________
What percentage of visitors outside the Cayce community (50 miles or more) will be attending
your event? ______________
Describe how your project/event will attract and promote tourism, civic and cultural events, or
help provide services and facilities that are needed to attract and provide for tourists, civic and
cultural activities. (Attach a sheet, if necessary)
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
The Lady Eagle Classic (crescent cup) soccer tournament hosted by Airport High
School is a varsity girls soccer tournament. The tournament is the largest regular
season girls soccer tournament in the state of SC. 16 teams from all across the state
(Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Rock Hill, etc) will attend the tournament March
17th-20th. The city funds help supply items such as game balls, field repairs, canteen
supplies, security, custodians, trainers and various other supplies
March 17, 2016
March 20, 2016
Embassy suites
holiday inn
country inn and suites
1200-1500 easily
> 70%
This tournament will bring hundreds of visitors to the Cayce area for 4 days and 3
nights. Visitors will spend money at local hotels and in the city of Cayce. In
addition--the visitors will spend money in restaurants, convenience stores and gas
stations in the area.
6. Estimated Cost of Project _____________________
7. Total Accommodations Tax Funds Requested for FY16-17 $______________________
_____________________________________ ______________________________
Signature of Applicant Date
Please attach:
1. Form listing actual and requested revenues; actual and anticipated expenditures
(Attachment 1, pages 1 and 2).
2. One page brief history of organization, if first-time applicant.
3. Copy of your IRS 501 (C) (3) certification letter.
4. Copy of a current South Carolina Secretary of State charity registration letter.
Submit completed application form and required attachments to:
City of Cayce
ATTN: KARA CARMINE
P.O. Box 2004
Cayce, SC 29171-2004
or
Fax to 803-796-9072
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
Complete application form and attachments can also be dropped of at
City Hall
1800 12
th
Street
For Office Use Only
Date Received ____________________________ Council Action Date _______________________
Recommendation _________________________ Amount Approved ________________________
Date of Recommendation _________________
$13,400
2,500.00
3-4-2016
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 1
Organization ___________________________
Provide the best description possible for the source of revenue (example are other grant
funds committed through grant award or written notification?). Identify by name, sponsors,
agencies, etc. contributing.
Type of Revenue
FY2016-17
TOTAL *
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of expenses on page 2.
Airport High School Girls soccer
Ticket sales
$3,000
Team Entry Fees
$4,500
T-shirt sales
$3,200
Concession sales
$1,200
Cayce Accomodations Tax
$2,500
$14,400
City Of Cayce
Accommodations Tax Fund Request Attachment 1, Page 2
Organization ___________________________________________
List all expenses associated with this event.
Type of Expenditure
FY2016-17
TOTAL*
*NOTE: This amount should equal the amount of revenues on page 1.
Airport High School Girls Soccer
Custodians
$750
Ticket Sales
$750
Trainers
$2000
Security/Parking
$1000
Officials
$3500
announcers
$250
Paint
$500
maintenance
$1,000
lighting
$500
Balls
$500
Trophies
$300
Assignor Fee
$400
T-shirt costs
$1500
Concession
$1000
miscellaneous
$450
$14,400
________________________________________________________________________
Memorandum
________________________________________________________________________
To: Mayor and Council
From: Rebecca Vance, City Manager
Date: March 31, 2016
Subject: Discussion of FY2016-2017 Utility Budgets
________________________________________________________________
Utility Fund Budget
The 2016-2017 Utility Fund Budget is currently out of balance to the positive of
$145,931, with Projected Revenues of $11,985,861, and Projected Expenditures of
$11,839,940.
The Utility Fund Budget includes:
Reduced list of capital from $778,240 to $468,090. A number of the reduced
items will be able to be purchased in this year’s budget.
Proposed increases in various service fees as indicated on the attached Master
Fee Schedule. The Master Fee Schedule will also include General Fund service
fee changes and both will have to be adopted with the budget.
15% debt coverage for the City’s utility fund debt
$1,600,000 transfer to General Fund for Indirect Costs
The Utility Budget does not include:
Any COLA raises for the Utility employees
Any increase for health insurance costs. We hope to receive these costs this
month and will be able to incorporate them then. There will most certainly be an
increase and that is why I am comfortable leaving the Utility Budget out of
balance right now. The overage will give us room to absorb any rate increases
without having to further cut the budget.
The bond payment or any required rate increases for the proposed Waterline
Project. We are awaiting final word from SRF on the loan amount and timing.
With Council’s consent, staff will forward this draft budget to the Purchasers before April
30
th
per the Wastewater Treatment Services Agreement. The final budget will then be
forwarded to them once adopted.
ITEM V. B.
Section I
Item/Description Basis Existing Fee Proposed Fee
Water and Sewer Rates and
Bill Codes
All are Bi-Monthly
unless otherwise
noted
W1 3/4 " Inside Residential
Water
Base Rate $ 11.01
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 3.47
W2 3/4" Inside Residential
Irrigation
Base Rate
Combined
w/water
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 3.47
W10 3/4" Inside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 11.01
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W11 1" Inside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 27.50
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W12 1 1/2" Inside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 55.03
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W13 2" Inside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 88.04
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W14 3" Inside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 165.07
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W15 4" Inside Comercial Water Base Rate $ 440.18
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W16 6" Inside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 660.28
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W17 8" Inside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 825.34
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
1909 Utility Billing
MASTER FEE SCHEDULE
W18 8" Inside Hydrant Base Rate $ 165.07
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 4.25
W30 City of Cayce Non-Billed Monthly $ -
W31 Inside Fireline $ -
W50 3/4" Outside Residential
Water
Base Rate $ 22.02
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 6.94
W51 3/4" Outside Residential
Irrigation
Base Rate
Combined
w/water
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 6.94
W60 3/4" Outside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 22.02
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W61 1" Outside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 55.00
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W62 1 1/2" Outside
Commercial Water
Base Rate $ 110.06
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W63 2" Outside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 176.08
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W64 3" Outside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 330.14
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W65 4" Outside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 880.36
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W66 6" Outside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 1,320.56
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W67 8" Outside Commercial
Water
Base Rate $ 1,650.68
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W68 Flat Rate Water
Residential
Flat Rate $ 22.31
W69 Outside Hydrant Base Rate $ 330.14
Usage per 1,000
Gallons
$ 8.50
W80 Outside Fire Hydrant Fee-
Residential
Per Unit $ 8.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-Industrial,
manufacturing, warehouses,
truck terminals
Square footage
over 10,000 sq. ft.
will be assessed
$1.01 per thousand
Sq, Ft. or fraction
thereof.
$ 100.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-Schools Private & Public $ 100.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-Auto
Freight Terminals
Flat Fee $ 120.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-Motels
First unit plus each
additional unit $1.39
each
$ 6.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-
Restaurants
Per Unit $ 40.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-
Apartments
First unit plus each
additional unit $4.00
each
$ 6.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-Service
Stations
Per Station $ 40.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-Trailer
Parks
First unit plus each
additional unit $4.00
each
$ 6.00
Outside Hydrant Fee-Small
Retail or Wholesale
Businesses
Flat Fee $ 40.00
W81 Outside Fireline N/A $ -
S1 3/4" Inside Residential
Sewer
Base Rate $ 11.94
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.32
S2 Inside Flat Rate Sewer Flat Rate $ 39.73
S3 Inside Unmetered Tree St
Sewer
Flat Rate $ 39.73
S10 3/4" Inside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 11.94
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S11 1" Inside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 29.85
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S12 1 1/2" Inside Commercial
sewer
Base Rate $ 59.72
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S13 2" Inside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 95.51
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S14 3" Inside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 179.10
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S15 4" Inside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 477.55
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S16 6" Inside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 716.32
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S17 8" Inside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 895.41
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S21 SMI Industrial Rate Inside
Sewer
Base Rate $ 477.55
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 2.91
S30 City of Cayce Cons. Monthly $ -
S50 3/4" Outside Residential
Sewer
Base Rate $ 23.88
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 4.64
S51 Lloydwood Rt 100 Outside
Sewer
Base Rate $ 23.88
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 4.64
S52 Shadblow Rt 180 Outside
Sewer
Base Rate $ 23.88
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 4.64
S53 Cedarwood Flat Rate
Outside Sewer
Flat Rate - Bi-
Monthly
$ 79.46
S60 3/4" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 23.88
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S61 1" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 59.70
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S62 1 1/2" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 119.44
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S63 2" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 191.02
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S64 3" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 358.20
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S65 4" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 955.10
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S66 6" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 1,432.64
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S67 8" Outside Commercial
Sewer
Base Rate $ 1,790.82
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S68 Outside Cola Farms Sewer Base Rate $ 1,432.64
Usage per 1,000
Gallons of Wa
$ 5.82
S70 Outside Flat Rate
Commercial MS
Flat Rate Monthly -
not in use
$ 52.13
S71 Outside Flat Rate Res
Midland Sewer
Flat Rate Monthly -
incl comm
$ 52.13
S72 Outside Flat Rate Mobile
Home MS
Flat Rate Monthly $ 39.10
S73 Outside No Meter Flat
Rate Sewer
Flat Rate Bi-
Monthly
$ 79.46
S85 Outside Lloydwood SW
Capacity Mnt
Sewer Capacity Bi-
Monthly
$ 20.00
Section II
Item/ Description Basis Existing Fee Proposed Fee
Contract Customers
S90 Town of Lexington Per Contract Per Contract
S91 JMWSC 15% Coverage Per Contract Per Contract
S92 JMWSC Bond Per Contract Per Contract
S93 Town of Lexington - MC Per Contract Per Contract
S94 Town of Lex Mile Crk
CPTL Chg
Per Contract Per Contract
S95 Town of Lex Mile Crk
Trans Chg
Per Contract Per Contract
S96 JMWSC Old Barnwell Per Contract Per Contract
S97 JMWSC Old Barn CPTL
Chg
Per Contract Per Contract
S98 JMWSC Old Barn Trans
Chg
Per Contract Per Contract
S99 JMWSC Old Barn DEP
Chg
Per Contract Per Contract
Section III
Item/ Description Basis Existing Fee Proposed Fee
Capacity and Tap Charges
CA1 Inside Water Capacity per
REU 3/4" & 1"
Per REU $465.00
CA2 Inside Sewer Capacity per
REU 4" & 6"
Per REU $785.00
WT1 Inside 3/4" Res and
Comm Water Tap
Per Tap $565.00 $1,500.00
1" Inside Res and Commercial
Water Tap
Per Tap $565.00 $1,700.00
2" Commercial Inside Water
Tap-8" main
Per Tap $1,320.00 $3,500.00
By-Pass Assembly Per Assembly $300.00
3" and Larger Commercial
Inside Wa Tap
Per Tap Actual Cost
By-Pass Assembly Per Assembly $300.00
3" and Larger Administrative
Fee
Administrative Fee $200.00
ST1 Inside Sewer Tap 4" & 6" Per Tap $810.00 $1,250.00
CA3 Outside Water Capacity
per REU 3/4" & 1
Per REU $930.00
CA4 Outside Sewer Capacity
per REU 4" & 6"