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1999-24 Grants Agmt-Grants Management Services, Stan Hemphill RESOLUTION NO. 99-24 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH STAN A. HEMPmLL d/b/a PLANNING & FINANCING CONSULTANT TEAM SERVICE CONCERNING GRANTS MANAGEMENT SERVICES. WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of Parkland, Florida finds and determines that it is in the best interest of the citizens of the City to enter into an agreement with Stan A. Hemphill to obtain grants for the Parks and Recreation Department. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA: Section 1. That the appropriate City officials are hereby authorized to enter into an agreement between Stan A. Hemphill and the City of Parkland to obtain grants for the Parks and Recreation Department for their Capital Improvements, subject to approval of a final contract acceptable to the City Attorney, City Manager and Mayor Pagliara. Section 2. That this Resolution shall become in fun force and effect immediately upon its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 19th DAY OF May , 1999. ATTEST: %~ ~-w- HELEN LYNOTT, MaAAE CITY CLERK CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA SAL~~ 91...;).. 5l (L"" ~,;;t. tl/~ /NU~' ~lTV ~:a.~( u~ qi(;:;r, 0)/7/9' MAY. -12' 99(WEDl 07:56 ANDREW MAURODIS TEL:4804490 P.003 141 03 05/11/99 11; 40 FAX 9543415U1 CITY OF PARKLAND 1'_. ._.~__..._" · ~~A"~WOV04 PLANNING " FINANCING CONStJLTZNG TJI:AM SBRnC2 May 3, 1999 Mr. Harry J. Mertz City Manager 6S00Parkside Drive Parkland, Florida 33067 Dear Mr. Mertz: . Thank you1 commissioner Weissman and your staff for the ex- cellent introductory discussion on April 19th concerning G~S ~NT SZRV%CZS for YQur Park and Recreation Department's capital improvements. I appreeiate your interest in having me provide such financial services to your growing community. Attached are three originals of the Consultino Aqreement you asked me to prepare. Following your re~iew I can furni$n as many copies as you need in order to obtain your Commission's approval at their May 19th meeting. If the first grant project can be authorized by June 1st, = can immed1ate~y beqin the pursuit of a $200,000 qr~nt that could be committed to you~ city one year from now. Sincerely, 51:0- ~.\\~ Stan A. Hemphill Founder SAM: jb Attachments ccs~onOrabl& Mark Weissmanl City Commissioner QQ QQ hd.L 1ll.W. .I..I.U'C.A ;wane, K:I.&m., .lu&.ida J~.J. ID-.!'1.57 T.l (305) Sge~5076 Fax (305) StB-77~3 /fJlA'f I b.Wl I~P..J;t;- ~ ..3 31?t. MAY. -12' 99(WED) 07:56 ANDREW MAURODI.S 05/11/99 11;51 FAX 9543415161 TEL:4804490 CITY OF PARKLAND P.004 1aI01 CZTY 01' PAlUtLANJ) PARItS AND 1UI:c:lUlA.'J.fXOIt J)BPARDmN'l' _,GRU'l'S ~ SBRV%CBS COHSOL'J!DtQ ~ M"1P.1l!VII!e PA1l!rD:S DID ~:ICA':r:IONS This Consulting Aqreement (hereinafter referred to as the "Agreetl\ent") i.s between t.he C;l.ty ot:. Parkland (he:ein.fter referred to &s the "C1tyN) and Stan A. Hemph~ll, a professional grants man- agement consultant d/b/a the Plann~nq & Financing ConsultinQ Team Service (nere1nafeer ~eferred to a$ the "Consultant"). The C~tyrs representati~e for this Agreement. Harry Mertz, is referred to herein as the nManagerll. All official written, tele- phone and fax communications between the Manaqer and the Con- sultant shall be addresseo and/or dialed as follows: To thA ManaQer Harry J. Mertz, City Manaqer ESOO Park~ide Drive ~a~kland, Florida 33067 Tel (954) 753-5040 Fax (954) 341-5161 Stan A. Hemph~ll, Founder Plannin; k F~nanc~n9 Consultinq TQam Serviee 10241 S.W. 12Bth Street Miami, Florida 33176-5636 Tel (305) 911-1352 Fax (305) 971-1357 c~ SDnCl:S . - ~~ The Consu1tant shall have the riqht and responSibil~t--~ ~ , per~orm the consulting services described in A~~ohaen~ A~~~Ch scu:vioes shall only be initiatea and performed ;for each Ci.ty pro- ject follow~n9 the Cons~lt.nt~s receipt from the Manager of a ~:~~ject e.uthori~1on form. c...o~.s ~ ""~ 'f-- Io./~-:\r'tk ~ "$ ~L- 1/.0'17 F~ -'1 Pw;}JBC"1' A:9TJlOR.ZZA~1:0BS I ~ To the Consultan~ The City shall utilize A~~cbm8Dt B to author~~e Grant Pla/- ning and Generation services. The City sh~ll utilize Attacnm.nt C to authorize Grant Administration services. ~. ~ 01. MAY. -12' 99 (WED) 07:57 ANDREW MAURODIS 05/11/99 11:5J FAX 9543415161 TEL:4804490 P.005 ~02 CITY OF P^RK~~ND PRO.nIIlCT ntJIOllNAl!:IOH. MZ2-rDtcaS, SOCl:AL l'ORe~;olts Mm EVElftS ~he C~ty shall provide the Consul~ant, the necessary quanti- ties of (a) location maps, (bl aerials, (el aerial photographs, Cd) on-site photographs, (e) boundary maps or $urveys, tf) 5ite control instruments, (9) site plans, (h) project schedules, (i) C05t eet~mates, (j) organi2stion charts, (k) narratiqe informa~ tion, (1) mounted visuals and (m) any other documents in'a timely manner that are required to fulfill the consulting services for each authorized project. The City may invite the ConslJltant to attend meetings, social ~unct~ons and/or events regarding pot~ntial or authorized grant projects. The City shall provide the Consultant as much advance notice as possible. The Consultant shall attend on an "as avail- able" bas.is. Q~~Jl8 eoKPJQ1SAG9Y. rNVO:ECJ:S AIm StA~S The amount of servieea compensation to be paid by the City to the Con$ultant for eacn individual projeot authori%ation shall be deter~ned as follows. 1. Qr&ft~ P1ann~nq Acd Qen.r.~ion ~roj.ct Autbori.a~~ofte Both Agreement Parties shall mutually aqra. upon the Grant Request Amount for each individual project and upon the Projected Grant Amount to actually ~e obtained. Oepending upon the targeted grant proqram ~or each !ndividual project, these amounts may be the seme, or the Projected Grant Amount may be ~ess than the Grant Request Amount. The compen~atiQn shall be the amount listed on A~~acbmeft~ ~ that corresponds to the aqreed upon Pro ected Gr~~. Amount. ~~~ . ~ ~" i:. - i- _. _. _~.ation. The city reserves the right to deter.mine whether the City or the CQn~ultant shall perform th~s work for each 9~ant obtained. Tne compensation fo~ eaoh project authorized to the Consultant shall be $5,000. The Consultant shall use his best efforts to successf fulf~ll any and ~11 eervices authori2ed by the City. Hower, both Agreement Part~.s fully understand and accept th~t aym~nt of th~ herein described fees is not continqent upon t outcome of such services. , " , I 3. 2'P.~ "1abcl serw'J.~. Pro-\eat A1:L1:ho.ri.lla~:lo.ft.. The compensation fo% a~y other relatQQ capital improvement services shall be as &9r$ed to in writinq by both Aqreement Par- ties. MAY. -12' 99 (WED) 07:58 ANDREW MAURODIS TEL:4804490 P.006 ~~~~~~ ~~.~~ ~~ ~tt1~ ~ ~ r ~~~ cPjr4 ~~)J MAY. -12' 99 (1IIr" mr, . , n n , ,1\ n P. OO~ Ial OJ 05/11/ .. ._...&.~~u The timing of the services compensation for each individual prQject authori.zation shall be on a quarterly basis (each three months). The Agreement Parties shall mutually agree upon the num- ber of quarters ant~eipated to be required fo~ the complQtion of the 3ervice$ to be provided by the Consultant throu9h each projec~ author~zatiop. The quarterly amount for each project authoriza- tion $hall equal the total compensation divided by the number of quarters. The City shall pay the Consultant the full amount of each in- voice within thirty (30) calendar days of the 1nQoice date. The City shall make each pAyment payable to Stan A. Hemphill and mail it for receipt by the due date. COHSUL'r~ ASSOC%AD f S) AND/OR. T.n'Il.Y%~'f IS) Tbe Consultant shall have thQ riqht to contract with another indiv~d~al(s) or firm(s) as an Associate Consultant(s) and/or Lob- byist(s) to assist with tHe provision of any of the herein de- scribed services. The Consultant shall closely direct and coordi- nate any such Associate{s) and/or Lobbyist(s} and be solely re- sponsible for any compensation due to them. LOaBY%S~ RBQrSTRA~%ONS Some of the herein described services may require the Con- su1tant and/or any Associate Consultant(s) or Lobbyist(s) to reqister as a lobby~st to repreaent the City with anoth.r unit of government. The City shall authorize such lobbyist registrations in writing in a timely manner. .at:'DW!1IlLftInlrIII '.rDH 10- The Term of thi.s Aqreement shall be for a period years from the date of execution by both Agreement Par~' te5a ."J.11 a~QIU:t:i.Q111.y reneN fel! an aeleU...tiefllal it'Jet (2) yeari "'1- le~8 ~he C~ty ~ndi~i~ee ~. tAe gen~uliaR= 1ft wr~ino a~ l~a~t one ~~;;~~~~ ~ t1-<f$k. ~ ~Isl t ~his Agreem$nt may be amended upon the execution of Agreement Amendment by both AQreementPa~ties ~~ ~~ ~-e MAY. -12' 99 (WED) 07:59 ANDREW MAURODIS 05/11/D9 11:51 FAX 9543415161 TEL:4804490 C1TY OF PARKLAND p, 008 ~04 AQ.'a1l!'II!M1I!JilT CANCV-T.T.Jl.'.I!J:ON This Aqreemen~ may be cancelled by either Agreement Party upon sixty (EO) d4YS written notice to the other Party. In said event, the Parties sha~~ equitably resolve whether any payment is due ~nd owed to the Consultant for any and all consulting servic- e~ in progress and shall execute a written Agreement Cancellation settin; forth the terms and conditions thereof. ASlmDlSN'! ASSIGNMEN'l' No portion of this Agreement nor any covenant, condition or responsibility described herein shall be assignable by either Agreement Party. Either Agreement ~ty other Party (a) any roaso (b) any eourt ~ees, costs a cost~ ana expenses inour~e covenant or condition of be entitled to recover from the attorneys tees, costs and expenses, enses and (e) any appellate fees, in or 0 successfully enforce any is Agreement. ~l) COO:tBplJ!:tyz PllO~1I!IIIlIVfI'S Should another municipal, county, regional, state or special tax~n9 district 9cvernmenta~ agency in the State of Florida desire one or more of the herein described consulting services. the Con- sultant may pro~ide such service(s) to such agency for the same serv~c.s eompensation outlined in this Agreement. ~RMRN!r COlN',I,-,S1'l'! AND S1:QHA'!tJmIS ~his Agreement and Attaehm$nts A, B, C and 0 supersede all prev1o~s communications between the Aq~eement Parties regardinq the herein d.8C~1b.d consultinq services. These documents de- scribe the en~ira r.lation$h~p between the Part~es. Each of the partie~ executed this legally binding Aqreement through th.1r au- thori2ed representative as indicated on the followinQ page. 04 MAY. -12' 99(WED) 08:00 ANDREW MAURODIS 06/11/99 11:51 FAX 9543415181 TEL:4804490 CITY OF PARKLAND For The City: Name And Title: Harry J. Mertz City Manag~~ Date Signed: 05/ /99 For The Consultant: .Name And Title: St~n A. Hemphill, Founder ~lanning ~ ~in~n~in; Consultin9 T~am S~rvi~Q Date Si9ned: 05/ 199 ". os lIll4Y -LLUJ.lJW~111 11)('111 A 1\1 I lIH. \1' NIAIlI(IJlII~ It.L: HUqnU p, 009 ~05 ~, Yl Y A.ftACDIBR'r A. CONStrL'IDtG aD.VICES scon The Consultant shall perform the followinq grants management service. for park and recreation capital improvement projects lo- cated at existing or :uture propert~es and racilities of ' the City. These consulting services Shall focus on grants, special legisla- ti~e appropriations and/or other types of alternative revenues and resources that may be available from government agencies, founda- tions, corporations, voluntary organizations and/or supportive in- dividuals. The services shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following work scope: 1. Gran1:s PJ.~QSl And Gen.~I~i:9D The Consultant: shall~.analyze the City's various p.roject needs and identify, research and schedule the pursuit of grants, legis- lative appropriations and/or other alternative revenues that can help finance priority City capital i~provement projects. The Consultant shall a~so pr.pa~e grant appli~ations and/or presentations, advocate the projects and use his best efforts to secure executed grant agre.ments or oth.~ forms of approval for financial assistance that provide the City additional resources tor capital improvement projects. 2. (Jran-CB ........ n.i.t:rat:iQJa The Consultant .hal~ prepAre and submit all project commence- ment, progress and close-out administrative documents required by grant program a'~inistrators to determine that grant projects are acoe~table and use hie best efforts to obtain qra~t and/or other alternative revenue payme~t9 tor the City. I 3 . Ot:h_2i'. 1\_J.. be! Sarw:lc.. The Consu~tant $ha~~ perform other related capital ~mprove- ment services t.or c:ompen$at..'i..on t\$ agreed to in w.ri tinq by both Agre.ment Partiee. A:L MAY. -12' 99 (WED) 08:02 ANDREW MAURODIS 05/11/99 IJ.:f,l FAX 9543415161 TEL:4804490 CITY OF PAAKLAND P. Dl I 14101 AI!~~ B GRANT >>LDDTXNG MID GZlQIJtAT1:OH Pao~C'r A~1I01l:rZAT:tO. O~GANIZATION NMfE : CITY OF PA~KLAND PARKS AND RECREATION DEPART~T CONSULTANT NAME: STAN A. HEMPijILL AGREEMENT NAME , DATE: ~R~>>TS MANA~~MENT SER~~CES -- 051 /gg I?~OJECT NAME: (To Be SAlActadl GRANT SOORCE: (To Be Salactftd, GIAA.NT REQUEST AMOUNT: ($ To Sa OetArminadl PROJECTED GRANT ~OONT: fS To B~ n.tarminedl In accordanee with the terms and conditions of th~s Agree- ment, the Consultant is officially authorized to initiate, proceed with and pursue the completion ot the Grant Planninq And Genera- tion consultinq services for this project. The Consultant shall be compensated for the provisio~ ot these services as o~tlined be- low. 'INVO:rCE 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter 5th Quarter 6th Quarter 7th Quarter 8th Quarter ~ I I / / / I I I / I I / / I I I AMOUNT .. $ $ $ $ $ $ S s Total Compensation $ Authori~ed By Harry J. Mertz City Manager t I Date 5J. MAY. -12' 99(WED) 08:02 ANDREW MAURODIS 05/11/99 11:51 ~AX 954341516J TEL:4804490 p, 012 I4l 06 CITY Or. PARKLAND A'l'".rACBMBM"l' C GlMIft' .aDKnl7S~:r0ll ltaD.mc~ 1U!rIlOIUza.':r:rO:N ORGANIZATION NAME: CITY' OF PARKLAND PARK~ AND REC~~ATION DEPllRTMENT CONSOLTANT NAME: ~TAN A. HEMPHILl, AGREEMENT NAME & DATE: GRANTS MANAGEMENT SERVICES -- 05/ 1~9 PROJECT N.AME: {To St!! Sa] ll!Jct~dl GRANT SOORCE: (To Be Datermin~d) GRANT AMOONT: (To SA DatarminAn\ In accordance with the terms and conditions of this AQree- ment, the Consultant is off~c~ally authorized to initiate, proceed with and pursue the completion of the Grant A~nistration con~ $ulting services for this project. The Consultant shall sub~it compen$ation invoices for the provi$ion of these services as out- lined below. INVOICE 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter '4th Quarter 5th Quarter 6th Quarter 7th Quarter 8th Quarter PAll. I / / / I / / I / I / I I I I / ~otal Compensation AMOUN~ ~ S $ $ S $ $ s $ I I Date Authorized By Harry J. Mertz City Manager Cl MAY. -12' 99(WEDI 08:03 ANDREW MAVRODIS 05/11/90 11:51 FAX 9543415161 TEL:4804490 P. 013 CITY OF PARKLAND I4J 09 A'1'rAC!IMI:N"r 0 .TDtG S~CZS COKP2JI5I~ PROJECT~O r;~liftr~ (I~'B C:':NSATION }\MOUN! S 1 -- $ 100,000 $ 14,000 $ 100,001 $ 150,000 $ 18,000 ~ 150,001 --.. ~ 200,000 S 22,000 ... $ 200,001 $ 250,000 $ 26,000 $ .250,001 $ 300,000 $ 30,000 $ 300,001 $ 350,000 $ 34,000 $ 350,001 $ 400,000 $ 37,000 -. $ 400,001 $ 450,000 S 40,000 $ 450,001 $ 500,000 S 44,000 $ 500,001 $ 600,000 $ 49,000 $ 600,001 $ 700,000 $ 54,000 $ 700,001 $ 800,000 $ 59,000 $ 800,001 $ 900,000 $ 65,000 $ 900,001 $1,000,000 $ 70,000 Sl,OOD,OOl $J.,250,000 $ eo,ooo ~1,250,001 $1,500.000 $ 90,000 $1,500,001 0$1,750,000 $100,000 $1,750,001 $2,000,000 $110,000 $2,000,001 $2,500,000 $125,000 ~ +~ ~. $2,500,001 ",,,aaa,UIJU $140,000 A ~ PLANNING & FINANCING CONSULTING TEAM SERVICE 1999 LEISURE SERVICES CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS GRANTS COCONUT CREEK $ 300,000 Sabal Pines Park Facilities $ 100,000 FRDAP Sabal Pines Park II $ 200,000 LGGIA PORT LAUDERDALE $ 840,000 George English Park Boating Improvements $ 140,000 BSIP George English Park $ 100,000 FRDAP Joseph Carter Park $ 200,000 LGGIA Holiday Park Facilities $ 200,000 LGGIA Beach COllllllUDi ty Center $ 200,000 LGGIA HIALEAH $ 100,000 Senny Babcock Park $ 100,000 FRDAP INDIAN '!'RAIL IMPROVEMEN'l' DISTRICT $ 300,000 Downers Multi-Purpose Park $ 100,000 FRDAP Acreage COlllllluni ty Park $ 200,000 LGGIA LAODERBILL .. $ 200,000 Sports Park $ 200,000 LGGIA MARGAH $ 600,000 Royal Palm COllllllUDity Park $ 300,000 LGGIA Royal Palm Park Facilities $ 100,000 FRDAP Royal Palm Park II $ 200,000 LGGIA MIRAMAR $ 300,000 Silver Shores Park Facilities $ 100,000 FRDAP Silver Shores Park $ 200,000 LGGIA PALM BEACH GARDENS $ 300,000 Gardens Park $ 100,000 FRDAP Tennis Center Complex $ 200,000 LGGIA lIBS'1'ON Weston Regional Park Tequesta Trace Park $ 300,000 $ 100,000 FRDAP $ 200,000 LGG~ TOTAL $3,240,000 for 20 Projects PARKS AND RECREATION GRANTS MANAGEMENT SERVICES PROFESSIONAL RESUME Stan A. Hemphill is a Professional Consultant who has devoted his entire career to blending his (1) Parks and Recreation educa- tion and experience with his (2) Grants Management knowledge and skills to creatively mobilize grants, legislative appropriations and other alternative revenues and resources to help finance a multitude of leisure capital improvements. The following bullet statements highlight his extensive qualifications to provide the professional Grants Management Services desired by the City of Parkland's Parks and Recreation Department. PAIUtS AND RBCUATION EDUCATION * B.S. Dear.. in Recreation and Park Administration from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. * M. S. Dearee in Recreation and Park Administration from Indiana University while on a Graduate Assistantship in Bloomington, Indiana. * Attended the Financing Bxecutive Development Pr09X'am at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. * Attended the Revenue Management Institute in Toronto, Canada. * Attended 15 Annual Revenue Sources Management Schoo1.s at Oglebay Park in Wheeling, West Virginia. * Attended 03 Business Institutes for Parks, Recreation and Lei- sure Services at Oqlebay Park in Wheeling, West Virginia. * Attended 65 Local/State/Regional/National Park and Recreation Programs. * Attended 60 Local/State/Regional/National/International Revenue Management Programs. PAlUtS AND UCUATION EMPLODmRT * Stabt Government for 2 Xears as the Assistant S1:at:e Recreation Specialist in the Diyision of Out:door Recreation of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources--Awarded Park, Recreation and Enyironmenul Grants to City, County and State Agencies. * Countv Government for 19 Xears as the Financial Aasistance Mana- ger in the Planning and Research Diyision of the Dada County Park and. Recreation Departaent--Planned, GeneraUcl and Adminis- tered Botanical, CUltural, BnYironmental, Bistorical, Park, Rec- reational and Zoological Grants for Dade County and Affiliated Non Profit Organizations. * Non Profit Oraanization for 2 Xears as the Direct:or of Capital Improvements Management for the Zoological Society of Florida, Inc. --Planned, I'inanced, Designed and Deyeloped Capi'tal Improye- ments for Met.rozoo in Dade County. * Consultinq Fir.a for 4 Xears as the Founder of the Planning & Financing Consulting Team Service--Plan and Finance Botanical, CUl tural, BnYironmenul, Bist:orical, Park, Recreational and Zoological Capital Impro'VelD8nts for South Florida Governmental Agencies and Non Profit Organizations. CAPITAL IKPROVBND1'J.'S BXPBRIBNCB * Plannina inyolyements with St.rategic Plans, Project Profiles, Sit:e Plans, Building/S1:ruc1:ure Plans, Facility Plans, Implemen- tation Plans and Capi'talization Plans. * Financina inyol'V'8lDents with Grant Program Synopses, Grant. Plan- ning-, Grants Generation, Grants Administ.ration, Grants Waivers, and Grants Kanagement Portfolios. . * Acauisition inyolV'elDents with Donations, Bequests, Negotiabtd Purchas.s, Mandatory Dedications, Condemnations, Leas.s and Basements. * Desian involvements with Architectural, Bngineering and Land- scaping projects. * Develo~nt involvements with Demolitions, Clearings, Excava- tions, Constructions, Renoyations, Restorations, Landscapings and .Ameni ti.s . GRAN!l'S HANAGBNBNT ltBSULTS * Pinancinc:r Awarded--Avarded 30 grants tota11ing $3,000,000 to 20 Indiana City, County and State Agencies. * Pinancinc:r Obtained--P1anned, generated and administered a~ost $134,000,000 of financia1 assistance for 357 South F10rida gov- ernment and non profit projects. * Revenue Proc:rrams Uti1ized--Obtained grants and other a1ternative revenues through 81 monetary programs. * Revenue Sources Uti1ized--Secured revenues from government agen- cie., phi1anthropic foundation., bu.ines. corporations, v01un- tary organizations and supportive individua1s. * Financina TechniQUes Uti1ized--MObi1ized revenues through cate- goric41 grants, b10clt grants, entitJ.ements, 1eqis1ative appro- priation., administrative appropriations and donations. * APorov41 Percentaqe--Obtained funding' through 96% of the app1i- cation. and requests submitted during the past 27 years and 100% of the app1ications and requests submitted during the past 4 years as a professiona1 consultant. * Leisure 1I!1Ilnbases--Pinanced Botanical, Cultural, Bnvironmental, . Ristorical, Park, Recreational and Zoological projects. * Proiects Diversitv--Planned , Financed the AcquiSition/Design/ Development/Bquipment/Landscaping of ADA Access, Baseba1l, Bas- ket:ball, Beach, Bicycling, Boat Ramp, Camping, Canoeing, Channel Marker, Climate Control, Cul tur41 Center, Blectric41 t.. Bxercise, Fire Flow, Fishing, Fountain, Golf, Hockey, Horseback, Irriga- tion, Jogging, Lake, Landscaping, Kaintenance, Karina, Motor Sports, Nature Center, Nursery, Open Space, Parking, Pedestrian, Picnicking, Playground, Railroad Mu.eum, Recreation Center, Restroom, Roadway, Sewer, Signage, Soccer, Softba11, Storage, Swimming, Te1ephone, Tennis, 'l'herapeut:ic, Track and Fie1d, Trai1, Vo11eyba11, Walking, Water, WilcUife, and Youth Fair Facili ties and Amenities at Mini Parks, Neighborhood Parks, Com- muni"ty Parks, Regional Parks, Metropolitan Parks, State Parks and Special Acti vi ty Areas. SPEAKING AND TEACHING ENGAGBMEN'l'S * Frequent grants and revenue management speaker at State, Region- a~, Nationa~ and Internationa~ conferences, seminars and work- shops. * Featured revenue management presentor at the Indiana University Executive Deve~opment Program in B~oomi.ngton, Indiana. * Keynote speaker and presentor at the first ever Canadian Revenue Management Institute in Toronto, Canada. * Instructor for 14 consecutive years at the Revenue Sources Man- agement Schoo~ conducted by North Caro~ina State University and the Nationa~ Recreation and Park Association at Oq~ebay Park in Whee~ing, West Virginia. * Instructor at 03 consecutive Business Institutes for Parks, Rec- reation And Leisure Services conducted by North Caro~ina State University and the Nationa~ Recreation and Park Association at Oq~ebay Park in Whee~ing, West Virginia. PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMBNTS * Served the park and recreation profession in 55 capacities in- c~uding: 1. '!'hree year member of the Board of Regents for the Revenue Sources Management Schoo~. 2. Member of the U.S. President's Commission on Americans Out- doors Finance Study Team. 3. Author of "Revenue Management: Beginning With '!'he Basics" artic~. pub~ished in the nationa~ Parks and Recreation maga- zine. 4. Frequent sponsor of a diversity of F~orida Recreation and Park Association District, Mini-COnference, Legis~ative Forum and Annua~ Conference activities and programs to assist other park and recreation professiona~s with their career deve~op- men t . HONORS AND AWARDS * Received the "Regents Honors Scholarship" from the Revenue Sources Management School Board of Regents. * Received the first ever "Visionary" award from the Revenue Sources Management School Board of Regents. * Received a "National Achievement Award" for an J:nnovative Finan- cial Assistance System created wi thin the Dade County Park and Recreation Department from the National Association of Counties. * Member of the Dade County Administration Team that received 03 "National Gold Medal Awards for Bxcellence" in the Field of Park and Recreation Management from the National Sports Foundation. * Received the first ever "Corporate Support Award" from the Flor- ida Recreation and Park Association.