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2012 BOND ISSUE TOWN CENTER EXPANSION AND YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEX.

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1 2012 BOND ISSUE TOWN CENTER EXPANSION AND YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEX

2 2 ISSUES – ONE COMMUNITY MARCH 6, 2012

3 2 ISSUES – ONE COMMUNITY TOWN CENTER EXPANSION Increase the Library by approximately 7200 sq. ft. Increase the Large Meeting Room (Banquet Hall) by Approximately 3,500 sq. ft. Provide more area for community classes and children activities NEW YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEX Build 6 new fields Build new concession and restroom facilities Kick start master plan for developing the south side of Wild horse park for baseball, football, soccer, and additional picnic and family areas.

4 MUSTANG POPULATION INFORMATION 2010 Census – 17,395 population 2010 Census for children 18 and under – 4,826 (27.7%) – The Future of Mustang 2010 Census for 18 and over – 12,569 (72.3%) 2010 Census for 65 and over – 1,934 (11.1%) 6,589 households, 2,662 with children (40.4%) Average age 35.6 Mustang – Community of Families

5 WHAT DOES IT COST? Community Center Expansion$2,020,000 Youth Sports Complex$1,520,000 Bond Issuance Costs $60,000 Total Bond Package$3,600,000

6 TOWN CENTER EXPANSION

7 Increase the Library by approximately 7200 sq. ft. Increase the Large Meeting Room (Banquet Hall) by Approximately 3,500 sq. ft. Provide more area for community classes and children activities Expansion will increase capacity of Town Center to a capacity of 944 people or 440 people with tables – Double the current capacity

8 TOWN CENTER EXPANSION ESTIMATED COST BREAKDOWN LIBRARY Construction: New Addition$1,188,000 (7,200 $165/SF) Furnishings $55,000 Technology $16,500 Soft Costs $100,800 Total Estimated Library Cost$1,360,300 BANQUET ROOM Construction: New Addition $577,500 (3,500 $165/SF) Furnishings $40,000 Soft Costs $49,400 Total Estimated Library Cost $666,900 Total Estimated Town Center Expansion Cost$2,027,200

9 TOWN CENTER USAGE 8 events at Town Center which have outgrown the capacity of the Banquet Hall, for most events we have to use the whole facility to offset this Spooktacular- Over 4,000 participants Dad & Daughter Dance- 800 tickets sold, use the gymnasium and the Banquet Halls Chocolate Festival- Use the whole facility including gymnasium Chamber Banquet- Moved to an offsite location due to insufficient capacity Mummy & Me Dance- Currently at capacity, no room for growth Breakfast with Santa- Over 600 tickets sold, currently have 3 times slots to accommodate the number of tickets sold FFA Banquet- Over capacity this year, will have to move to another location Easter Egg Hunt- Would like to offer more in the banquet hall for young children but not enough room Current capacity with no tables for Banquet Hall A & B is 472, capacity with tables is 220. Over 37,000 were in the banquet hall in 2011.

10 YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEX

11 6 Baseball Fields – (4) 12 & Under, (2) 14 & Under Concession Stand/Restrooms Relocate (2) Existing Soccer Fields

12 LOCATION MAP

13 EXISTING FIELD AERIAL Sewer treatment plant in close proximity to existing fields

14 SPORTS COMPLEX COST BREAKDOWN No.Item/DescriptionUnitQuantityUnit CostExtended Cost General Bid Items 1General Requirements/Bonding & Ins.LS Demolition/ClearingLS115, Earthwork -Excavation/Compaction/Fine GradingLS1175, Inch Lime Stabilization for RoadwaySY3, " Type A Asphalt Paving for RoadwaySY2, " Type C Asphalt Paving for RoadwaySY2, '-8" Concrete Curb and Gutter (6" Barrier Curb)LF2, Erosion Control/Silt Fence BarrierLS15, Landscaping-Complete in PlaceLS10.00 Baseball Complex 106' Fencing including gatesLF5, , ' Fencing Including GatesLF1, , ' BackstopsLF , Infield Import Dirt (6" Depth)CY , Bleachers Five HighEA Dugout BenchesEA Field Lighting For U-14 field 30/50EA295, , Field Lighting for U-12 Fields 30/50EA460, , Field Irrigation For U-14 fieldEA217, , Field Irrigation for U-12 FieldsEA415, , ' Enclosure Fencing at new Baseball PlazaLF1, Sidewalk/Plaza PavingSF43, , Inch Lime Stabilization for ParkingSY12, " Type A Asphalt Paving for ParkingSY11, " Type C Asphalt Paving for ParkingSY11, '-8" Concrete Curb and Gutter (6" Barrier Curb)LF3, Parking Lot Striping-Complete in PlaceLF5, Storm Drainage-Complete in PlaceLS125, Water Line ConnectionLS15, Sewer Line ExtensionLS110, Concession Stand/RestroomsLS1150, Misc. Site Electric-Complete In PlaceLS120, Bermuda SodSF450, , Total Estimate Construction Cost1,425, Professional Fees 8.5%139, Total Project Cost$1,565,195.00

15 LITTLE LEAGUE FIELD USAGE Spring of 2011 – 880 kids for Baseball Fall of 2011 – 528 kids for Baseball Fall of 2011 – 350 kids for Football Total for 2011 Little League – 1,758 Kids

16 IMPACTS TO MUSTANG ECONOMICS Today: 5 tournaments per year currently generates $5,389 sales tax for Mustang New Fields would be able to triple the number of tournaments per year and double the number of teams willing to play. This totals $32,334 sales tax for Mustang. $359,266 total dollars more being spent in Mustang than today

17 HOW ARE WE GOING TO PAY FOR IT?

18 CURRENT PROPERTY TAX DISTRIBUTION

19 MIL RATES TO CITY WILL BE 0 ON PROPERTY TAX AFTER THIS YEAR. NONE OF YOUR PROPERTY TAX WILL GO TO LOCAL CITY.

20 TAX IMPACT 2012 GO Bond Average Annual Additional Tax Impact + House Value$100,000$150,000$250,000 Net Assessed Value$11,000$17,000$29,000 Annual Average Levy2.24 Annual Average Tax$24.61$38.04$64.89 Average Monthly Tax$2.05$3.17$ Assumes 12.0% assessment rate and homestead exemption

21 VOTE MARCH 6, 2012


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