November 15, 2017

VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS

Everard Ashworth, Chairman
Brian Brennan, Vice Chairman
Jim Friedman, Secretary
Nikos Valance, Commissioner
Chris Stephens, Commissioner
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Timothy Gosney, Legal Counsel
Jessica Rauch, Clerk of the Board
PORT COMMISSION AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING
NOVEMBER 15, 2017 AT 7:00PM
VENTURA PORT DISTRICT OFFICE
1603 ANCHORS WAY DRIVE
VENTURA, CA 93001
A Closed Session of the Board will be held at 5:00PM at the
Port District Office located at 1603 Anchors Way Drive, Ventura, CA,
to discuss the items on the Attachment to AgendaClosed
Session Conference with Legal Counsel.
The Board will convene in Open Session at the Port District Office
located at 1603 Anchors Way Drive for its Regular Meeting at 7:00PM.
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENDA:
CALL TO ORDER: By Chair Everard Ashworth.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: By Chair Everard Ashworth.
ROLL CALL: By the Clerk of the Board.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA (3 minutes)
Consider and approve, by majority vote, minor revisions to agenda items and/or attachments and any
item added to, or removed/continued from the Port Commission’s agenda. Administrative Reports relating
to this agenda and materials related to an item on this agenda submitted after distribution of the agenda
packet are available for public review at the Port District’s office located at 1603 Anchors Way Drive,
Ventura, CA during business hours as well as on the District’s website – www.venturaharbor.com (Port
District Business-Port Commission & Meeting Schedule). Each item on the agenda shall be deemed to
include action by an appropriate motion, resolution or ordinance to take action on any item.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES (3 minutes)
The Minutes of the October 25, 2017 Regular Meeting will be considered for approval.
PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS (3 minutes)
The Public Communications period is set aside to allow public testimony on items not on today’s agenda.
Each person may address the Commission for up to three minutes or at the discretion of the Chair.
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CLOSED SESSION REPORT (3 minutes)
Closed Sessions are not open to the public pursuant to the Brown Act. Any reportable actions taken by
the Commission during Closed Session will be announced at this time.
BOARD COMMUNICATIONS (5 minutes)
Port Commissioner’s may present brief reports on port issues, seminars, meetings and literature that
would be of interest to the public and/or Commission, as a whole. In addition, Port Commissioners should
provide a brief summary and disclose any discussions he or she may have had with any Port District
Tenants related to Port District business.
DEPARTMENTAL AND GENERAL MANAGERS REPORTS (5 minutes)
Ventura Port District Staff and General Manager will give the Commission reports on their Department
and items of general interest to the Port Commission and members of the public.
LEGAL COUNSEL REPORT (5 minutes)
CONSENT AGENDA: (3 minutes)
Matters appearing on the Consent Calendar are expected to be non-controversial and will be acted upon
by the Board at one time, without discussion, unless a member of the Board or the public requests an
opportunity to address any given item. Approval by the Board of Consent Items means that the
recommendation is approved along with the terms set forth in the applicable staff reports.
A) Approval of Out of Town Travel Requests
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the out of town travel request for Marketing
Manager, Jennifer Talt-Lundin and Maintenance Supervisor, Sergio Gonzalez.
B) Approval of Office Lease Renewal for Del Mar Seafoods, Inc.
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Del Mar Seafoods, Inc. for the premises
located at 1583 Spinnaker Drive #203B/#206, consisting of a total of 1,015 square feet for a two
year term.
C) Approval of New Office Lease Agreement for Seth N. Gewirtz, Ted Mechtenberg dba
DA Vega/Fisher/Mechtenberg LLP
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Seth N. Gewirtz, Ted Mechtenberg dba DA
Vega/Fisher/Mechtenberg LLP 1567 Spinnaker Drive #201, consisting of a total of 927 square
feet for a three year term with a two year option.
D) Approval of New Office Lease Agreement for Raine Industries Inc.
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Gordon Huckestein, Raine Industries
consisting of a total of 660 square feet for a four year term.
E) Approval of New Office Lease Agreement for Jennifer Shook and Laura Kinney
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Jennifer Shook and Laura Kinney
consisting of a total of 455 square feet for a two year term.
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F) Appointment of New Dredging Liaison
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners appoint Vice-Chairman Brennan as the new dredging
liaison.
G) Approval of 2018 Port Commission Meeting Schedule
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the 2018 Port Commission meeting schedule.
STANDARD AGENDA:
1) Proposed Assignment of Lease for Coffee Dock & Post
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners consider the proposed Assignment and Assumption of
Lease between Sandra Aiken, Ashley Hwang, Janice Hwang, and Priscilla Levy dba Coffee
Dock & Post and Josefina Aguilar for the premises located at 1575 Spinnaker Drive #105 A&B,
Ventura, California 93001.
2) Approval of Financial Statements and Checks
Recommended Action: Roll Call.
That the Board of Port Commissioners adopts Resolution No. 3341 to:
a) Accept the following financial statements for the Quarter ended September 30, 2017;
and
b) Review the payroll and regular checks for July through September 2017.
3) Approval of Change Order No. 4 and Notice of Completion for the Ventura Harbor
Village Accessibility Improvement Project – Phase III
Recommended Action: Roll Call.
That the Board of Port Commissioners take the following action:
a) Approve contract change order no. 4 in the amount of $12,587.50 to the Agreement
dated, November 21, 2016 between the Port District and Viola, Inc.;
b) Adopt Resolution No. 3342, accepting the work of Viola, Inc. on the Ventura Harbor
Village Phase 3 Improvements; and
c) Authorize staff to prepare and record a Notice of Completion with the Ventura County
Recorder.
4) Ventura Shellfish Enterprise Site Selection Alternatives
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners authorize the General Manager to:
1) Prepare and submit permit applications to the U.S Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
for use of 2,000 acres of sea water bottom in federal waters near Ventura Harbor in
Block 665, the area generally depicted and described as Alternative #8 for the Ventura
Shellfish Enterprise (VSE) project; and,
2) Prepare and submit all other applications to local, state and federal agencies as required
for the VSE project; and,
3) Prepare all necessary surveys, studies, reports and federal environmental review
documents as directed by local, state and federal agencies as required for the VSE
project; and,
4) Return to the Board if there are any material changes to the proposed locations for
federal permits for the VSE project resulting from the permitting and/or environmental
review processes.
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5) Conceptual Approval of a Succession Plan
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the concept of a succession plan, providing
additional input or direction to staff for development of a “final” succession plan.
AGENDA PLANNING GUIDE AND REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
ADJOURNMENT
This agenda was posted on Thursday, November 10, 2017 by 5:00 p.m.
at the Port District Office and on the Internet –
www.venturaharbor.com (Port District Business-Port Commission & Meeting Schedule).

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this
meeting, please contact the Ventura Port District at (805) 642-8538. Notification 48 hours before the
meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility.
(28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II)
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ATTACHMENT TO PORT COMMISSION AGENDA
CLOSED SESSION CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2017
1. Conference with Real Property Negotiators – Per Government Code Section 54956.8:

a) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
1583 Spinnaker Drive, #203B/#206
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
Office Lease Renewal for Del Mar Seafoods, Inc.
b) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
1567 Spinnaker Drive, #203/#205
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
New Office Lease for Gordon Huckestein dba Raine
Industries Inc.
c) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
1567 Spinnaker Drive, #201
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
New Office Lease for Seth N. Gewirtz and Ted
Mechtenberg dba Da Vega, Fisher, Mechtenberg, LLP
d) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
1559 Spinnaker Drive #207
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
New Office Lease for Jennifer Shook and Laura Kinney
e) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
1575 Spinnaker Drive #105 A/B
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Roland Trinh
Assignment and Assumption of Lease for Coffee Dock
& Post
f) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
State or Federal Authorized Sea Bottom
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
Leasing or Permits for VSE Aquaculture Purposes
g) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
Parcel 5 and Parcel 8
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
Lease Negotiations with H. Parker Hospitality
2. Conference with Legal Counsel – Per Government Code Section 54957(b)(1): To
consider the continued employment of the Business Operations Manager, and the terms thereof
[excluding compensation].
3. Conference with Legal Counsel – Per Government Code Section 54957(b)(1): To
consider the continued employment of the Independent Contractor/Dredging and Project
Manager, and the terms thereof [excluding compensation].
4. Conference with Labor Negotiators – Per Government Code 54957.6: Discussion with the
District’s designated representatives regarding salary, salary schedule, and/or compensation of
an unrepresented employee of the District.
Agency Designated Representatives: Oscar Pena and Brian Pendleton
Unrepresented Employee: Independent Contractor/Project Manager
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
OCTOBER 25, 2017 MEETING
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES OF OCTOBER 25, 2017
The Regular Meeting of the Ventura Board of Port Commissioners was
called to order by Chairman Everard Ashworth at 7:00PM at the Ventura
Port District Administration Office, 1603 Anchors Way Drive, Ventura,
CA 93001.
Commissioners Present:
Everard Ashworth, Chairman
Brian Brennan, Vice Chairman
Jim Friedman, Secretary
Nikos Valance
Chris Stephens
Commissioners Absent:
None
Port District Staff:
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Jessica Rauch, Clerk of the Board
Legal Counsel:
Timothy Gosney
Dominic Nunneri
AGENDA
CALL TO ORDER: By Chairman Everard Ashworth at 7:00PM.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: By Commissioner Friedman.
ROLL CALL: All Commissioners were present.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
ACTON: Commissioner Brennan moved, seconded by Commissioner Stephens and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to adopt the October 25, 2017 agenda.

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October 25, 2017 Regular Meeting Minutes
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APPROVAL OF MINUTES
The Minutes of October 11, 2017 Regular meeting were considered as follows:
ACTION: Commissioner Stephens moved, seconded by Commissioner Brennan and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to approve the minutes of the October 11, 2017
regular meeting.
PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS: Sam Sadove announced that the California Fish and Game shut
down lobster fishing in the Channel due to demoic acid.
CLOSED SESSION REPORT: Mr. Gosney stated that the Board met in closed session;
discussed and reviewed all items on the closed session agenda. Staff was given instructions on
how to proceed as appropriate and there was no action taken that is reportable under The
Brown Act.
BOARD COMMUNICATIONS: Commissioner Brennan attended a presentation in Santa
Barbara from the Nature Conservancy on living shorelines. He also picked up the recent
addition of The Log, where the front page article talks about redoing Harbors and how they are
becoming more urban and residential.
STAFF COMMUNICATIONS: Mr. Peña reported that the paving and reroofing projects have
started and Mr. Gonzalez confirmed the projects were going smoothly. Ms. Talt-Lundin reported
on past and upcoming events. Harbormaster Higgins reported that the Army Corps has started
preliminary soundings at the harbor entrance and we will survive till March. He also reported
that he attended the JPIA Risk Management Conference and the California Harbormasters and
Port Captains Conference. Mr. Pendleton also reported that he, Mr. Peña and Ms. Rauch
attended the ICSC Conference.
LEGAL COUNSEL REPORT: None.
STANDARD AGENDA:
1) Coastal Marine Biolabs Current Activities Presentation
Recommended Action: Informational.
That the Board of Port Commissioners receive a presentation from Coastal Marine Biolabs on
their current activities.
ACTION: The Board of Port Commissioners received a presentation from Coastal
Marine Biolabs on their current activities.
2) Approval of Final IS-MND for the Ventura Isle Marina Dock Replacement Project
Recommended Action: Roll Call Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners:
a) Adopt Resolution No. 3340 certifying the Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation
Monitoring and Reporting Program for the Ventura Isle Marina Dock Replacement Project;
b) Approve the Project by Resolution No. 3340; and
c) Authorize the General Manager to File the Notice of Determination (NOD) with the State
Office of Planning and Research and the Ventura County Clerk.
ACTION: Commissioner Brennan moved, seconded by Commissioner Stephens and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to adopt Resolution No. 3340 certifying the
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October 25, 2017 Regular Meeting Minutes
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Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting
Program for the Ventura Isle Marina Dock Replacement Project; approve
the Project by Resolution No. 3340; and authorize the General Manager to
File the Notice of Determination (NOD) with the State Office of Planning and
Research and the Ventura County Clerk.
AGENDA PLANNING GUIDE AND REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS: Dredging
Liaison appointment; overview from Mr. Parsons on what projects would involve TMDL so staff
can start preparing.
ADJOURNMENT: The meeting was adjourned at 8:02PM.
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Secretary
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DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORTS
DREDGING
FEDERAL
FACILITIES
HARBOR PATROL
MARINA
MARKETING
PROPERTY
TREASURER
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RWP DREDGING MANAGEMENT
Richard W. Parsons
2271 Los Encinos Road
Ojai, California 93023
Phone/Fax (805) 649-9759
November 15, 2017
Board of Port Commissioners
Ventura Port District
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001
Subject: October/November 2017 Dredging Activities and Special Projects Report
The Dredging Program Manager’s activities for the October/November 2017 period are reviewed below:
FY2018 Federal Dredging Efforts
Utilizing the funding provided by the Continuing Resolution approved by the Congress in September, the
Los Angeles District of the Corps of Engineers is now preparing to exercise the option in their contract with
the Manson Construction Co. for the 3rd cycle maintenance dredging at Ventura Harbor. The option will
provide for mobilizing the equipment and removing about 600,000 cubic yards of material at a cost of about
$5 million.
USACOE Los Angeles District Staffing Changes
Unfortunately, two long term members of the LA District’s navigation team who have played an instrumental
role in the successful execution of the Ventura Harbor maintenance dredging program for more than 20
years are leaving the District.
Mo Chang ——-the Chief of the District Navigation Section will
retire in early January 2018. He has handled
the funds utilized in the dredging effort.
Jeff Cole ——- the Project Manager for the dredging effort at
Ventura Harbor has resigned.

Replacements for both of the gentlemen have not yet been named but the loss of more than 40 years of
combined experience will not easily be replaced.
Parking Lot Repairs and Slurry Seal
Toro Enterprises began the $344,444.00 pavement repair work on the District’s parking lots on October 23,
2017. The phase of the work involving the removal of failing asphalt and its replacement with new material
is now completed. The next phase of the work involves the sealing of all the cracks in the existing asphalt.
Unfortunately, the crack sealing operation which began the week of October 30th, has caused considerable
disruption of the customer parking operation at the Village due to Toro’s closing off of unnecessarily large
areas of the lot. At Toro’s initiation the crack sealing was suspended while we worked with them to refine
the operation. This phase will resume on November 13th and should be completed by the end of the week.
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The final phase of the parking lot work is the slurry sealing and restriping. The cooler, damper fall weather
which can extend the drying time for the slurry sealer it our ocean front location makes it imprudent to
proceed with that phase of the work at this time. The decision was therefore made, with Toro’s concurrence,
to delay the slurry seal work to the late April, early May timeframe when warmer, drier conditions will
shorten the drying time. This delay in completing the work will not result in any change in the contract cost.
The Village tenants and merchants have been advised of this situation (see attached Memo dated
November 9, 2017).
Re-roofing at 1431, 1591 and 1691 Spinnaker Drive
The Garland Company began work on the re-roofing of the Harbor Village buildings at 1431, 1591 and
1691 Spinnaker Drive on October 23, 2017. The work is proceeding nicely with minimal disruption of Village
operations. This $638,849 project should be completed in late December 2017.
Replacement of D, G and H Docks
Noble Consultants now hopes to have the final plans and specifications for the replacement of D, G & H
Docks completed by December 2017. Competitive bids will then be sought and with definite costs then in
hand the District can evaluate financing alternatives for what is expected to be about a $4 million project.
Fish Pier Deck Structural Evaluation
Four 12 inch concrete cores were removed from the fish pier in early October. These cores are now being
analyzed in a laboratory and we expect to have a recommendation to the Board at its December meeting
relative to a future course of action.
Respectfully submitted,
Richard Parsons
Dredging and Special Projects Consultant
Attachment
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MEMORANDUM
DATE: November 9, 2017
TO: Ventura Harbor Village Tenants and Merchants
FROM: Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
SUBJECT: Construction Projects Update
1. Reroofing at 1431, 1591 and 1691 Spinnaker Drive
This project is progressing very nicely and there appears to have been very little disruption
of Village operations. Completion is expected in late December.
2. Parking Lot Pavement Repairs
Unfortunately the pavement repairs have not proceeded in a trouble-free manner and for
that we apologize. At this point Toro Enterprises, the paving contractor, has completed the
pavement replacement portion of their work. During the week of October 30th they began
the stage of the work that requires them to seal all of the numerous cracks in the asphalt.
This created real parking problems because Toro closed unnecessarily large areas of the lot
which they were then unable to even address during the day the area was closed.
Work was suspended during the week of November 6. During that suspension we have
worked with Toro to ensure that when the crack sealing operation resumes on Monday,
November 13th that the closure areas each day will be minimized. We expect the crack
sealing work in the Village to be completed by Friday, November 17th.
The decision has also been made to delay the final phase of the work, the seal coating and
restriping of the entire lot until the late April/early May 2018 time frame. This decision
results from the concern that the cool, damp conditions associated with the approach of
winter could extend the drying time for the seal coating from one day to two or more days
which could result in a problematic situation in the parking lot.
We thank you for your patience!
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October/November 2017 Update
Congress gave final approval to the latest installment of emergency funding to help
address this year’s hurricane and wildfire disasters. The House and Senate
overwhelmingly approved the $36.5 billion emergency spending package, but more
funding will be needed to deal with the string of natural disasters that have hit since
September.
The bill included $18.7 billion to help FEMA continue its response efforts in Puerto Rico,
the U.S. Virgin Islands, Florida, Texas, and California. The bill forgives $16 billion in debt
held by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to free up additional room under
its borrowing limit for additional loans. The bill also includes $576.5 million to address
wildfires and $1.2 billion for nutrition assistance programs to assist low-income Puerto
Ricans as they struggle to recover from Hurricane Marta.
At least one more round of emergency assistance is expected later this or early in 2018.
Responding to concerns from many in Congress, the White House promised to address
calls for changes to the NFIP and reforms in labor and shipping laws that some have
criticized for slowing down disaster response efforts.
Tax Debate Begins After House Passes Senate Budget Plan
The House narrowly adopted, by a vote of 216-212, a Senate-passed budget resolution
clearing the way for tax work to begin in earnest. The resolution includes reconciliation
instructions allowing the Senate to pass tax legislation without the threat of a Democratic
filibuster. However, as shown by the failure to pass health care reform, even a simple
majority is no easy task in the Senate. Even in the House, the close vote indicates the
delicate balancing act Republican leaders face.
Details of the House tax plan are expected by November 3. Tax writers missed a
November 1 deadline as intense negotiations continue over the treatment of deductions
for state and local taxes (SALT) and property taxes. Once the plan is unveiled,
members will also wrestle with scores of other tax breaks and the critical income
thresholds for new tax brackets. Much of this debate will focus on the defining who
counts as “middle class” in a national economy with wide disparities in income and costof-living.
Nationally, the top 1 percent of earners are those making over $500,000
annually.
For local governments, the treatment of interest on municipal debt is still a cause for
concern. While continuing “muni bonds” interest tax exemption maintains strong support
on Capitol Hill, the search for offsets to pay for tax cuts will continue to pose a threat to a
policy that costs the U.S. Treasury more than $400 billion annually, despite the
significant infrastructure investment and economic activity the tax exemption fosters.
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House leaders hope to hold a vote on their tax bill before the Thanksgiving recess.
Senate leaders hope to follow suit soon after. President Trump has called on Congress
to send him a final plan before the Christmas recess.
Infrastructure Update
The Trump Administration continues to develop a “package of principles” for
infrastructure legislation and has now said that these will be unveiled once Congress
finishes work on taxes. According to the White House, this package will address the
following goals:
• Incentivizing state and local infrastructure “owners” to develop new revenue
streams to provide ongoing funding for transportation, water, energy, and
communications infrastructure, particularly in metropolitan areas and including
the use of public-private partnerships;
• Providing block grants for rural projects;
• Facilitate large, “transformative” projects; and
• Increasing the size and scope of existing leveraging opportunities through
programs such as TIFIA, WIFIA, and the expanded use of private activity bonds
The White House still supports the goal of providing $200 billion in new federal spending
across all infrastructure sectors that can leverage up to $1 trillion in investment from
non-federal sources. The outcome of tax legislation could affect the shape of the
coming infrastructure debate in significant ways.
The White House has floated the idea of supporting a 7-cent per gallon hike in the gas
tax, either as part of a tax bill or coupled with a later infrastructure bill. The idea has
generally received a cool reception on Capitol Hill, but has not been rejected outright. A
7-cent hike would raise about $119 billion over ten years for either the highway trust fund
or to offset other tax cuts.
In January, the Trump Administration announced a goal of passing a large infrastructure
package before August. As the timeline for consideration has continued to slip and it
now looks like it will be on the agenda for early 2018, concerns are rising that it will
become trapped in election year politics.
Nominations and Appointments
On November 6th, Ryan Fisher, Chief of Plan Formulation and Economics in the Corps
Pittsburg District, was named the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for
Civil Works (PDASA). This position does not require Senate confirmation. In the
absence of an ASA in place, Mr. Fisher assumes both the PDASA and Acting ASA roles
and will do so until President Trump’s nominee for the ASA, RD James, is confirmed by
the full senate.
President Trump announced the nomination of Kirstjen Nielsen to serve as Secretary of
Homeland Security. Nielson was former Secretary John Kelly’s top aide at DHS and
followed him to the White House when he became President Trump’s Chief of Staff.
Nielson previously served as a homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush
and served in the Transportation Security Administration. She also has a strong
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background in cybersecurity. Confirmation hearings on her nomination may begin
before early December.
The President nominated AccuWeather CEO Barry Myers to lead the National Oceanic
& Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA is a component of the Department of
Commerce and oversees the National Marine Fisheries Service among other functions.
President Trump has nominated Kathleen Hartnett White, the director of the Armstrong
Center for Energy and the Environment at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, to lead
the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ). Through a series of Executive Orders,
President Trump has put CEQ in the lead for formulating a broad agenda of streamlining
the environmental reviews of infrastructure across the nation. She has previously
served as the chairman and commissioner of the Texas Commission on Environmental
Quality.
The President has also nominated Andy Wheeler to be Deputy Administrator of the EPA.
Wheeler served for fourteen years on the professional staff of the Senate Committee on
Environment & Public Works, including time as staff director and counsel. Earlier in his
career, Wheeler served as a special assistant at EPA in the toxics office.
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved the nominations of
David Ross to head the EPA’s Office of Water and three other EPA nominations. No
time has been set for the full Senate to vote on the nominees.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced the appointment of the following
Californians within Interior. These positions do not require Senate confirmation.
• Jason Larrabee – Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and
Parks. Larrabee has served as Chief of Staff for Representative Jeff Denham
(R-Modesto) for seven years and earlier handled water appropriations work for
former Representative John Doolittle.
• Austin Ewell – Deputy Assistant Secretary for Water and Science. Ewell is from
Fresno where he ran a consultancy that handled water rights, mitigation, and
natural resource regulatory issues.
The President has not yet nominated anyone to serve as Assistant Secretary for Water
& Science. The Senate has still not voted on the confirmation of Brenda Burman to
serve as Commissioner of Reclamation.
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Joe A. Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
SUBJECT: October 2017 Facilities Report
Facilities
Continuing to perform preventive maintenance on certain areas that need immediate attention on the
Ventura Harbor Village buildings to prevent dry rot damage to existing area; this includes sills, trim, and
other areas.
Before After
Started preparations for the seasonal decor by trimming trees, palm trees, and shrubs.

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Continue to upgrade planters within the village, upgrading all irrigation to drip lines for water conservation,
and also replacing plants with draught tolerant plants.

Marina
Continue to perform the monthly inspections on all gangways, docks, fire extinguishers, fish pier cranes and
fire boxes.
Marketing
The Maintenance Department continues to provide assistance to the Marketing Department on weddings,
set-up for events, during events, installation of banners/flyers, or whatever the needs are to make a
successful event.
On-going Projects
VHV Window Replacement: Window Replacements (1449, 1567, 1575, 1583, 1591 and 1691 Spinnaker)
of 110 windows were replaced at Harbor Village and were completed in early October. Staff is waiting for
the final inspection from the City.
1583 Elevator Modernization: Project is scheduled to start November
20th and will take approximately 30 days to complete.
Harbor Cove and Surfers Knoll: Restoration of cinder block retaining
wall (approximately 300’ to 400’). Rusted rebar in upper area of the
wall. Currently working on developing a plan and budget for Board
approval.
Re-Roofing Phase ll (1431, 1591, 1691): Western States Roofing
Company started the project at building 1591. A physical inspection of
the roofing progress is performed on a regular basis. The project is
proceeding as planned. The roofing crew continued the removal and
storing of the existing clay roof tiles on the mansard roof sections. This
procedure is beneficial to the District because it eliminates staging of
the clay tile in our Village parking lots. Frequent inspection reports are
handed over to the District by Garland from U.S Communities, which is
very beneficial to the District and we will be updated on this project
frequently.
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: John Higgins, Harbormaster
SUBJECT: October 2017 Harbormaster/Harbor Patrol Report
Public Safety Overview
The Harbor remains very active and so have the challenges for the Harbor Patrol. In recent
months the homeless have been a consistent challenge. Our staff continues to work with allied
agencies to address this complicated issue.
Commercial fishing is also in full swing. The Harbor Patrol is doing their best to work with the
fisheries to ensure they are able to run a successful business, while respecting the environment
and the Harbor residents. We have focused on closely monitoring vessel speed in the Harbor
and do routine spot checks to ensure no squid ink is being pumped into the Harbor.
South Beach Update
We expect to see the winter profile start to take effect on South Beach. There has already been
some erosion with the wind and surf events. Fortunately, compared to last year, we are doing
much better with the erosion. Last October, we experienced 100 yards of beach/sand loss in
the area south of the Surfers Knoll groin. The beach area between the groin and south jetty has
been pretty consistent with the exception of the summer profile which added much shallower
inshore areas. We expect the normal winter storms will pull this farther offshore. Both areas
continue to see moderate to strong visitors, especially during the warm days. With this in mind,
we continue to utilize the mobile street sign to warn visitors of strong currents and no lifeguards.
Our staff does routine beach hazard patrols and makes preventative safety contacts to the
beach patrons.
Looking North From Santa Clara River Mouth
Harbor Cove
Much like South Beach, but to a greater level, the Harbor Cove visitors have remained strong.
During a recent heat and wind advisory, the Harbor Patrol observed a family of five set up on
the beach at 7AM with kids swimming. The beach volleyball courts have recently been the
scene of boy’s high school competitions and practices. This month we will contact the City to
discuss removing the ADA beach access mat and storing it for the winter.
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California State Parks Division of Boating & Waterways Grants
We have submitted the paperwork to get reimbursed for the Surrendered and Abandoned
Vessel Exchange (SAVE). Over the past two years, while participating in this program, I have
facilitated the destruction of 19 vessels. The main focus of this program is to allow for boat
owners to responsibly remove themselves of the financial burdens of owning boats. Eleven of
the vessels were ocean going vessels greater than 20’ in length that were either being docked
in the Harbor or in our dry storage. The additional eight vessels were less than 20’ in length
trailered boats from private residences in Ventura County. In total, the cost for disposing of the
19 vessels was $24,000. We are required to provide 10% in kind match, but with time spent
facilitating this program we hope to recover almost the entire amount of the money spent.
We have also submitted reimbursement paperwork for the Law Enforcement Equipment Grant
that we received. The $45,000 award went to the purchase of two crusader motors and new
electronics for Boat 19. This equipment grant has been a critical element in supporting our
Harbor Patrol mission and has saved the Port District hundreds of thousands of dollars over the
past 20 years. While it has been increasingly more competitive to receive the awards, we have
kept to our strategy of only requesting money to replace our most expensive items like boat
motors.
Beach Lifeguard Season Review
The formal coverage period for the State Lifeguard contract ended in September. A review of
the services provided has been done and we are very appreciative of what was provided. The
dedicated State Parks staff and their assertive Lifeguarding have resulted in far less significant
rescues on an otherwise hazardous and populated one mile beach. We also noted this service
helped to create daily return visitors. We expect the final bill to arrive later this month or early
December. Since we are in a year-to-year contract, I expect the 2018 draft contract to arrive
sometime in December.
Over the past two years, I have received direction from the Board and General Manager to
explore all our options to provide Beach Lifeguarding Services. These options are:
• Evaluate contracts with other lifeguard providers
• Initiating an in-house lifeguard program
• Consider joint contract negotiations with the City of Ventura
I expect to spend the next two months putting all the information together to provide options for
the General Manager and Board during the month of January 2018. At that time, the final bill
will have been received, the draft proposal will establish the costs of future state coverage, other
providers will be contacted, and in-house program costs will be put together. Unfortunately,
there will not be an opportunity to do joint negotiations with the City since their multi-year
contract still has one year left.
California Harbormasters & Port Captains Conference:
I was fortunate to be able to attend the 4 day CAHM&PC in Oakland California last month. The
conference was very productive in establishing strong relationships with other Harbors and
learning about current best practices. I was also able to further my discussions with other
Harbormasters in regards to my concept of enacting pollution and salvage insurance as part of
our Harbor’s Ordinances. The response was very supportive and many wished they had the
ability to also enact such an Ordinance or rule. In conclusion, I feel the next efforts will be to
reach out to Hannah-Beth Jackson’s staff to inquire if she might be interested in sponsoring a
bill to require this insurance as State Law.
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New Part Time On-Call Marine Safety Officers
I have completed the hiring process for the newly created part-time on-call Marine Safety
Officers. Having been fortunate to have a highly talented and educated pool of candidates, I
requested and was authorized to bring aboard nine new employees. While these part-time
employees will not be given guaranteed hours, I feel this will allow for me to be prepared should
we experience vacancies, consider 24 hour coverage, or enter into a Lifeguard Program. I
expect this will also allow for me to better manage everyday coverage, vacation requests, and
bring down the overtime costs.
The nine new employees have already completed an orientation and begun a four day (two
weekends) Training Academy here at the Port District. At the conclusion of the initial group
training, they will have the basic foundation to work safely as a new employee within the Harbor
Patrol. It is my goal to use them on weekends, during hazardous weather, and special events
as the third or additional staff. They will continue to receive focused training and supervision
with the hopes that they will be advanced in their skills and be allowed additional
responsibilities. Upon demonstrating proficiency in several areas and a semi-formal process,
they may be promoted to work as the second person.
.
Jessica
Ball
Chris
Connolly
Casey
Graham
Mark
Findlay
Brian
Hewitt
Casey
Lindsay
Trevor
Parker
Mark
Kidman
Tucker
Zimmerman
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Domoic Acid/Red Tide – Naturally Occurring Event
The previously reported Red Tide event has lessened its presence in our area. We continue to
monitor the after effects and have not noticed any unusual die offs or sick birds.
While more recently we were advised by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) not
to eat the Viscera of Lobster caught in the Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties, the relationship
between Demoic Acid and Red Tide is still not fully identified.
In communicating with our local lobster fishermen, they reported the Federal Government in the
past few years has given the State direction to increase testing of seafood. At the State level,
the science and policy is still in development. The result of a program in its infancy is the CDPH
is forced to be overly cautious with their closures.
In this last lobster closure there were four samples taken in a specific area of Santa Cruz. Two
of the samples were fine, one had contamination, and one had gross contamination. The meat
on these same samples were tested and determined to be fine. The result was the closure of
commercial lobster harvest only in the specified area, and a warning for recreational lobster
harvest in the same area.
https://cdfgnews.wordpress.com/2017/10/24/commercial-spiny-lobster-fishery-closed-atanacapa-island-and-the-east-end-of-santa-cruz-island-due-to-public-health-hazard/
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/NR17-077.aspx
As of Sunday, November, 5th, Anacapa had tested within the acceptable limits and has been reopened.
Samples from a local commercial fisherman will be provided Monday and the
expectation is that the closure will be lifted soon after. Other local lobster fishermen, who
primarily stay near shore, were not affected by this closure.
Suspension of Rescue Water Craft Program
In 2005, Harbor Patrol took possession of two Honda Personal Water Craft’s (PWC) under a
loaner program. After the successful implementation of a Rescue Water Craft (RWC) program,
a year later, we purchased the two rather than returning them to the dealer. These highly
maneuverable and agile water craft allow for our Officers to effectively perform rescues without
exposing our larger more expensive Patrol Boats to harm. These craft’s main working area is
within the surfline and around other hazards like the pier, jetties, and breakwall.
We had hoped to extend the use of these crafts a little longer, but after a series of mechanical
issues they could no longer be considered safe for rescue work. While it is a major loss in our
services to suspend the program, I am already looking at replacement options.
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Harbor Patrol Received 69 – 911 Calls (9/1/17-11/1/17) Snapshot of Calls
HARB10, ME5, MED481 F4 TC E Harbor Bl /
Spinnaker Dr
9/11/2017 2:41:09
PM
BOAT17, EMS63, HARB10, LIFEGD1, ME1, ME2, MED664, OR10 F5 OCEAN RESCUE LOW 600 E Harbor Blvd 9/14/2017 1:18:02
PM
HARB10, ME5, MED482, MT5 M5 ENTRAPMENT NON VEHICLE NON
EMD 1080 Navigator Dr 9/14/2017 5:22:22
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED483 M5 SICK PERSON NON EMD 1215 Anchors Way 9/15/2017 10:33:27
AM
HARB10, ME5, MED663 M5 FALLS Anchors Way /
Schooner Dr
9/17/2017 1:11:21
PM
B10, B61, B9, BOAT1, E66, HARB10, ME3, ME4, ME5, MT5 F3 MARINA FIRE 1449 SPINNAKER DR 9/19/2017 2:25:46
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M3 UNCONSCIOUS/FAINT HIGH 1567 Spinnaker Dr 9/24/2017 1:47:59
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M3 FALLS HIGH 1215 Anchors Way 9/27/2017 5:27:40
AM
HARB10, ME2, MED481 M3 OBVIOUS OR EXPECTED DEATH 1580 Spinnaker Dr 9/27/2017 10:20:17
AM
HARB10, ME5, MED661, MT5 M7 FALLS NO CODE 1567 SPINNAKER DR 9/29/2017 6:40:01
PM
HARB10, ME5, MED482 M5 STROKE (CVA) 1559 Spinnaker Dr 9/30/2017 1:27:23
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED481 M5 UNKNOWN PROBLEM NON EMD 1860 SPINNAKER DR 10/1/2017 10:54:38
AM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M5 FALLS 1215 Anchors Way 10/2/2017 9:51:21
AM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M5 UNKNOWN PROBLEM NON EMD 1215 Anchors Way 10/3/2017 10:39:47
AM
HARB10, ME5, MED481, MED482 M3 UNCONSCIOUS/FAINT HIGH 1449 Spinnaker Dr 10/3/2017 8:40:17
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M3 UNCONSCIOUS/FAINT HIGH 2984 Seahorse Ave 10/4/2017 5:14:47
PM
HARB10, ME6, MED481 M7 HEAT/COLD EXPOSURE NO CODE 1559 Spinnaker Dr 10/6/2017 4:05:34
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M5 ASSAULT NON EMD 3750 E Harbor Bl 10/6/2017 9:15:16
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M5 TRAUMATIC INJURIES 1860 Spinnaker Dr 10/7/2017 8:34:26
AM
E164, E165, HARB10, MED482, MT5 F4 TC 1860 SPINNAKER DR 10/9/2017 8:46:48
PM
HARB10, ME2, MED482 M3 BREATHING PROBLEMS HIGH 1215 Anchors Way 10/11/2017
12:41:15 AM
B10, HARB10, ME1, ME2, MT5 F3 VEHICLE FIRE (LARGE) 2904 Pierpont Blvd 10/11/2017 1:16:24
PM
HARB10, ME101, MED662 M5 MEDICAL ALARM 1215 Anchors Way 10/13/2017 5:53:45
PM
HARB10, ME101, MED481 M7 SICK PERSON NO CODE 1651 Anchors Way Dr 10/14/2017 1:42:36
AM
HARB10, ME101 M7 LIFT ASSIST 1215 Anchors Way 10/14/2017 5:15:39
PM
HARB10, MED664 M5 UNKNOWN PROBLEM NON EMD 1215 Anchors Way 10/14/2017 5:20:33
PM
B10, HARB10, ME101, MED481 M3 DROWNING/DIVING/SCUBA HIGH 1600 SPINNAKER DR 10/15/2017 2:17:39
PM
E53, HARB10, HARBOR F5 BOAT FIRE (OPEN WATER) 3900 Pelican Way 10/17/2017
11:48:42 AM
HARB10, ME101, MED481 M3 UNCONSCIOUS/FAINT HIGH 1198 NAVIGATOR DR 10/17/2017
12:41:50 PM
HARB10, ME101, ME5, MED481, MT5, R66 F3 TC (HEAVY RESCUE) Schooner Dr / E Harbor
Blvd
10/18/2017 4:40:14
PM
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Frank Locklear, Marina Manager / Technology
SUBJECT: October 2017 Marina Report
Ventura Harbor Village Marina Occupancy and Squid Production
The marina remains at near 100% occupancy. All squid seiner slips are occupied with some
vessels even rotating in a shared slip arrangement. Late October and early November, squid
landings are increasing. One vessel, OCEAN ANGEL II, made a landing the second week of
November of 100 tons of squid. At $1,000.00 a ton, this vessel received a $100,000.00 payday.
News of this one landing has resulted in an enormous number of requests for moorage in the
harbor, which unfortunately we cannot accommodate. I fully expect our landing to continue to
accelerate in both frequency and tonnage.
Technology
ATT continues to improve and expand fiber optic network services for tenant use throughout the
Harbor. The increased services make the Village a more attractive retail and business location
and prospective tenants have indicated that the availability of fiber is a positive influence on
their decision.
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Marketing/PR/Meetings/Revenue
Marketing Report October 2017
Media Visits /PR
• Hosted UK’s The Guardian’s, Emma John, via Black Diamond UK/Visit California 3-day visit to
Ventura Harbor/Ventura as one of the “Coolest Cities” for a Brand USA Campaign
• KEYT Channel 3 News Coverage for HOWL-O-Ween via Sommerville Associates pitch:
7 PM & 11 PM news (Oct. 21)
• HOWL-O-Ween : Visit California’s Australian Office posted images to social media channels
• Thrill the World covered in Sothern California Life magazine story
• NPR Radio interviewed Jennifer Talt Lundin for Ponies by the Sea Car Show
• Press Releases : Ventura Comedy Festival 2017 ; HOWL-O-Ween; Trick or Treat ; Car Shows
• Sommerville Associates sent Ventura Harbor Fact Sheet / Map / CINP brochure to Visit
California Influencer FAM attendees
• Coverage of Harbor events in the Ventura Chamber E-newsletter & Conejo 365 Events
Meetings
• Hosted a Ventura Harbor Village Tenant Creative Strategies Mtg.: Oct. 12,. Input for 2018
Events Calendar/Review social media insights
• Met with Downtown Ventura Partners Executive Director/ Harbor GM on the status of new
Downtown-Harbor Trolley
October 2017 On-Site Rental Revenue
Wedding Income = $2,225 / On-Site Event Rental Income = $2,550
= $4,775 total revenue
Marketing/Advertising
• Ads for Seaside Events in October: VC Reporter (cover page) / Valley Scene Magazine /
Ventura Breeze / Ventura County Star /Acorn (Camarillo/Ventura/Thousand Oaks) / The Santa
Clarita Signal/ The Coastal View News Carpinteria/Happenings Magazine
• Created “seaside” brand promo with pumpkins, photo shoot & Tina O’Brien art
• Annual LA Visitor Guide Ad: (Publishes Nov. 2017) : Coop with Island Packers: Incoming LA
Market Visits Targeted / Digital Guide @ DiscoverLA.com
• Prepared Eighteen 2017 Parade of Lights Sponsorship Packets/Benefits
• Organizing Parade of Lights & Fireworks & Winter Wonderland & Holiday Marketplace Friday
& Saturday (Dec. 15 & 16)
• 4 Ventura Harbor Village E-Newsletters sent – Average Open Rate 16.5% (8,250 subscribers)
• Marketing Intern – Cal Lutheran Graduate – started on Oct. 13
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Ventura Harbor Village October Events
Seaside Trick or Treat Oct. 28
• 27 businesses participated
• Approx. 500 kids at candy booth
• Approx. 1500 overall attended
Car Shows
Thrill the World (Zombie Dance) Oct. 28th
• Approx. 70-80 Dancers Participated
• Approx. 400-500 Spectators
• $1600 raised for Make a Wish Foundation
Howl-O-Ween Oct. 21
• Activated new beautification space
• 69 dogs registered contestants
• Approx. 300-400 attended
Philanthropic Walks
Harbor Halloween Events
• Oct. 9th – Oct. 15th

• Approximately 1300-1400 the week
of the Ventura Comedy Festival.
• 7 Preliminary Rounds Comedy
Competition leading up Festival – 500
people in attendance
Ventura Police Glow Run (New! ) Oct. 7
• Fundraiser for Police Dog Insurance
• 100 Participants
Ventura Motorsports Gathering Oct. 1
• 65 Cars Participated (Sport Cars)
• 800-1000 Attendees
9
th Annual Ponies by the Sea Car Show Oct. 8
• 100 Cars Participated
• 800-1000 Attendees
American Heart Association 5K Heart Walk Oct. 21
• 800 Participants
• 3
rd Annual Walk in Ventura Harbor
Ventura Comedy Festival
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk Oct. 14
• 900 Participants
• $78,000 Funds Raised
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Website Analytics
Data from October 1 – October 31, 2017
Marketing Report October 2017
Data from October 1 – October 31, 2017
VenturaHarbor.com
Top referral sites in Oct:
• Google / Search Engines
• Direct
• TheGreekVentura.com
• VH Facebook*
• Marriott.com
Top Pages Visited in Oct:
• Harbor Cove Café*
• Boat Yard Pub*
• Directions
• Village Carousel*
• Saturday Fish Market*
* Businesses do not have individual websites * VH = Ventura Harbor
Demographic by City
• Los Angeles
• Ventura
• Oxnard
• Santa Barbara
Demographic by Country
• United States
• Canada
• United Kingdom
• Australia
Demographic by Country
• United States
• United Kingdom
• Canada
• China
Demographic by City
• Los Angeles
• Ventura
• Oxnard
• Santa Barbara
Top Pages Visited in Oct:
• Calendar of Events
• Dine
• Kids Seaside Trick or Treat
• Howl-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest
• Shop
Top referral sites in Oct:
Google / Search Engines
VH Facebook*
VenturaHarbor.com
VH Instagram*
VenturaCountyCoast.com
VenturaHarborVillage.com
* VH = Ventura Harbor
• San Diego
• Camarillo
• Thousand Oaks
• San Francisco
• Simi Valley
• San Diego
• Thousand Oaks
• San Francisco
• Camarillo
• Santa Clarita
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Social Media Analytics
Marketing Report October 2017
Top Instagram Posts
Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2017
+ 131 followers gained
= 8,927 total followers
Instagram October Follower Growth Chart October Instagram Engagement:
Shop Dine Play
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Social Media Analytics (Cont.)
Facebook
19,683 Followers
21,516 Engagements
311,821 People Reached
Twitter
4,495 followers
585 Profile Visits
15,100 Impressions
Marketing Report October 2017 _______________________________________________
Utilizing social platforms & current events
to drive traffic to events, activities , retail,
and restaurants throughout the Village
through paid boosted posts.
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Robin Baer, Property Manager
SUBJECT: October 2017 Property Report
I. Tenant Report
1) Greek Restaurant — 1583 Spinnaker Drive #101 — The bar remodel is in design
stages with the tenant. The design is subject to District approval. This lease was
effective October 2015 and to date we have not received any drawings. Staff has met
with the tenant and sent email reminders regarding tenant improvements as per the
lease requirements.
2) Coffee Dock & Post — 1575 Spinnaker Drive #105 A&B – The Tenant is requesting
the Landlord to consider an Assignment of Lease to Josefina Aguilar dba Espresso Mi
Cultura.
3) BS Taproom — 1591 Spinnaker Drive #115 – Drawings have been submitted to the
City of Ventura. Waiting on DRC Meeting in October to move forward. Estimated
completion third quarter of 2018.
4) Rhumb Line — 1510 Anchors Way — Drawings have been submitted to the City of
Ventura. Waiting on DRC Meeting in October to move forward. Estimated completion
second quarter of 2018.
II. Leasing
1) Gordon Huckestein, Raine Industries Inc. -– 1567 Spinnaker Drive, #203/205 – This is
a new tenant to the Village. Raine
Industries, Inc., sells cardiology
equipment and accessories through its
online store. It offers ABP monitors,
AEDs and defibrillators, anesthesia
machines, autoclaves, bladder
scanners, blood pressure devices,
diagnostic sets, EKG/ECG resting and
stress machines, exam tables and
stools, fetal monitors, infant incubators,
neuromuscular stimulators, patient
monitors, physician scales, pulse oximeters, spirometers, stethoscopes, treadmills,
and others. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Ventura, California and
also has a location in San Diego. We have negotiated a four-year lease and staff is
asking for the Board’s approval.
2) Seth Gewirtz, Ted Mechtenberg dba DA Vega | Fisher | Mechtenberg LLP —
1567 Spinnaker Drive, #201 – Mr. Gewirtz is
an accountant that offers a wide range of
individualized services, including but not
limited to tax preparation, budgeting,
bookkeeping, consulting, and financial
training for entrepreneurs. Mr. Mechtenberg
is a lawyer and his practice focuses on
commercial litigation, product liability,
insurance bad faith, and personal injury
matters. We have negotiated a three-year
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lease with a two-year option and staff is asking for the Board’s approval.
3) Jennifer Shook and Laura Kinney — 1559 Spinnaker Drive, #207 – Ms. Shook, CMT is
a massage therapist trained in myofascial release, proprioceptive neuromuscular
facilitation (PNF), trigger point therapy, acupressure, reflexology and much more. She
currently operates out of a chiropractor office and is now expanding into her own suite.
She hopes to increase her business and develop a solid clientele. Mrs. Kinney is a
friend of Ms. Shook’s and plans to help assist in the growth of the overall business.
4) Leasing Outreach
• Daily exposure with our ads online via Loopnet / Costar which covers the following:
 On October 7th, CoStar’s database will now power LoopNet, and
incorporate 100% of its listings and content. This means there will never be
a listing in LoopNet that is not in CoStar. CoStar will now display all
listings – free and paid – whereas LoopNet will only display listings from
paying advertisers. This increasing our overall exposure to non-real estate
viewers.
 95% of the top 1,000 commercial real estate firms use CoStar
 More than 110,000 professionals subscribe to Costar
 24 Million visitors to both CoStar and LoopNet sites
 83% of all 2016 commercial real estate transactions involved these sites
• Leasing campaign, showings, contacts and site visits:
 Working with CoStar/Loopnet to advertise our existing ads on Craigs List
and LinkedIn.
 Site visits and showings to the following:
o Ventura — Coconut Crab, B on Main, Rumfish Y Vino, Midi Queen
Handbags, Ikat and Pearls Jewelry and Décor, Vom Fass, Le Monde
Emporium, Tiki Girl, The Refill Shoppe, Dottie’s Sweet Delights,
Esthers Sweet SinSations Bakery
o Thousand Oaks — Sandbox, King Kong Sushi, Poke Tiki, Buca di
Beppo
o Several office contacts and showings
5) Overview of FY2016/2017 leasing strategy goals:
• Motionloft – A new pedestrian and vehicle counts system. See October reports
attached.
III. Occupancy level at Harbor Village – October 2017
CATEGORY Harbor Harbor Harbor Harbor City * City *
Vacancy Vacancy Available Available Vacancy Available
Sq Ft % Sq Ft % % %
Office 573 2% 573 3% 7.6% 16.6%
Retail 1,381 6% 7,015 26% 16% 25.5%
Restaurant 0 0% 0 0% 10.1% 9%
*Based on comparable square footage
IV. October Sales Report
October Sales will be reported in December.
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JOHN CHIANG
TREASURER
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
09/11/17 1.10 1.07 179
09/12/17 1.10 1.07 177
09/13/17 1.11 1.07 176
09/14/17 1.11 1.07 178
09/15/17 1.12 1.07 180
09/16/17 1.12 1.08 180
09/17/17 1.12 1.08 180
09/18/17 1.12 1.08 177
09/19/17 1.12 1.08 176
09/20/17 1.12 1.08 174
09/21/17 1.12 1.08 173
09/22/17 1.12 1.08 179
09/23/17 1.12 1.08 179 Sept 2017 1.111
09/24/17 1.12 1.08 179 Aug 2017 1.084
09/25/17 1.12 1.08 175 July 2017 1.051
09/26/17 1.12 1.08 173
09/27/17 1.12 1.08 179
09/28/17 1.13 1.08 180
09/29/17 1.13 1.08 180
09/30/17 1.11 1.08 190
10/01/17 1.11 1.11 191
10/02/17 1.13 1.12 198
10/03/17 1.13 1.12 200
10/04/17 1.13 1.13 198
10/05/17 1.13 1.13 197
10/06/17 1.13 1.13 196
10/07/17 1.13 1.13 196
10/08/17 1.13 1.13 196
10/09/17 1.13 1.13 193
10/10/17 1.13 1.13 194
10/11/17 1.13 1.13 192
10/13/2017
.00002942867511750
.999042071
Earnings Ratio:
Fair Value Factor:
Daily: 1.11%
PMIA Performance Report LAIF Performance Report
Date Daily Yield*
Quarter to
Date Yield
Average
Maturity
(in days) Apportionment Rate: 1.07%
Quarter Ending 09/30/17
Based on data available as of
Quarter to Date:
Average Life:
View Prior Month Daily Rates
PMIA Average Monthly
Effective Yields
1.08%
*Daily yield does not reflect capital gains or losses
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Treasuries
47.54%
Mortgages
0.05%
Agencies
17.08%
Certificates of
Deposit/Bank
Notes
18.44%
Time Deposits
7.61%
Commercial
Paper
8.34%
Loans
0.94%
Pooled Money Investment Account
Portfolio Composition
09/30/17
$74.1 billion
ATTACHMENT 2
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM A
APPROVAL OF OUT OF
TOWN TRAVEL REQUESTS
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM A
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Oscar F. Peña, General Manager
SUBJECT: Out of Town Travel Requests
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve by motion the following out of town travel requests
for:
A) Marketing Manager, Jennifer Talt-Lundin to travel to San Diego, CA to participate in the
Adventure & Travel Consumer Show on January 12-14, 2018. Attending this conference will
allow Ms. Talt-Lundin to market the Harbor as a travel destination. Estimated cost for the
travel is as follows:
Registration $650.00
Lodging $450.00
Meals $235.00
Mileage $203.00
Misc $30.00
TOTAL $1,568.00
B) Maintenance Supervisor, Sergio Gonzalez to travel to Laguna Beach, CA to participate in
the Managerplus Desktop Software Training on March 19-21, 2018. Attending this training
allows District staff to get “hands on” training on recent updated program features for a
more efficient maintenance software program. Estimated cost for the travel is as follows:
Registration $2,000.00
Lodging Included in
registration
Meals $285.00
Mileage $125.19
Miscellaneous $100.00
TOTAL $2,510.19
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM B
APPROVAL OF OFFICE LEASE
RENEWAL FOR DEL MAR SEAFOODS,
INC.
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM B
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Robin Baer, Property Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of Office Lease Renewal for Del Mar Seafoods, Inc.
1583 Spinnaker Drive #203B/#206
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Del Mar Seafoods, Inc. for the premises
located at 1583 Spinnaker Drive #203B/#206, consisting of a total of 1,015 square feet for a two
year term.
SUMMARY:
We look forward to continued success with this tenant. Staff recommends the Board’s approval
of this lease renewal.
BACKGROUND:
Del Mar Seafoods, Inc. has been a tenant since 2003. They use this facility as a satellite office
for business meetings, accounting and new development. They’re headquarters are in
Watsonville, California.
FISCAL IMPACT:
This new lease reflects current market rental rates for office space in the complex. The annual
occupancy cost for this tenant is $25,464. The minimum rent over the two year term is adjusted
annually by the CPI increase.
ATTACHMENT:
None.
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM C
APPROVAL OF NEW OFFICE LEASE
AGREEMENT FOR SETH N. GEWIRTZ,
TED MECHTENBERG DBA DA
VEGA/FISHER/MECHTENBERG LLP
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM C
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Robin Baer, Property Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of New Office Lease Agreement for Seth N. Gewirtz, Ted Mechtenberg
dba DA Vega/Fisher/Mechtenberg LLP
1567 Spinnaker Drive #201
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Seth N. Gewirtz, Ted Mechtenberg dba DA
Vega/Fisher/Mechtenberg LLP 1567 Spinnaker Drive #201, consisting of a total of 927 square
feet for a three year term with a two year option.
SUMMARY:
We welcome this new tenant to the Ventura Harbor Village family and look forward to a
successful relationship. Staff recommends the Board’s approval of the new lease transaction.
BACKGROUND:
Mr. Gewirtz is an accountant that offers a wide range of individualized services, including but
not limited to tax preparation, budgeting, bookkeeping, consulting, and financial training for
entrepreneurs. Mr. Mechtenberg is a lawyer and his practice focuses on commercial litigation,
product liability, insurance bad faith, and personal injury matters.
FISCAL IMPACT:
This new lease reflects current market rental rates for office space in the complex. The annual
occupancy cost for this tenant is $17,016. The minimum rent over the three year term is
adjusted annually by 5% first year and then 3% the following years.
ATTACHMENT:
None.
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM D
APPROVAL OF NEW OFFICE LEASE
AGREEMENT FOR RAINE INDUSTRIES
INC.
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM D
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Robin Baer, Property Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of New Office Lease Agreement for Raine Industries Inc.
1567 Spinnaker Drive #203/#205
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Gordon Huckestein, Raine Industries Inc.
consisting of a total of 660 square feet for a four year term.
SUMMARY:
We welcome this new tenant to the Ventura Harbor Village family and look forward to a
successful relationship. Staff recommends the Board’s approval of the new lease transaction.
BACKGROUND:
Raine Industries, Inc., sells cardiology equipment and accessories through its online store. It
offers ABP monitors, AEDs and defibrillators, anesthesia machines, autoclaves, bladder
scanners, blood pressure devices, diagnostic sets, EKG/ECG resting and stress machines,
exam tables and stools, fetal monitors, infant incubators, neuromuscular stimulators, patient
monitors, physician scales, pulse oximeters, spirometers, stethoscopes, treadmills, and others.
The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Ventura, California and also has a location
in San Diego.
FISCAL IMPACT:
This new lease reflects current market rental rates for office space in the complex. The annual
occupancy cost for this tenant is $12,120. The minimum rent over the four year term is adjusted
annually by 4% the first year and then 3% the following years.
ATTACHMENT:
None.
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM E
APPROVAL OF NEW OFFICE LEASE
AGREEMENT FOR JENNIFER SHOOK
AND LAURA KINNEY
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM E
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Robin Baer, Property Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of New Office Lease Agreement for Jennifer Shook and Laura Kinney
1559 Spinnaker Drive #207
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Jennifer Shook and Laura Kinney
consisting of a total of 455 square feet for a two year term.
SUMMARY:
We welcome this new tenant to the Ventura Harbor Village family and look forward to a
successful relationship. Staff recommends the Board’s approval of the new lease transaction.
BACKGROUND:
Ms. Shook, CMT is a massage therapist trained in myofascial release, proprioceptive
neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), trigger point therapy, acupressure, reflexology and much
more. She currently operates out of a chiropractor office and is now expanding into her own
office. She hopes to increase her business and develop a solid clientele. Mrs. Kinney is a friend
of Ms. Shook’s and plans to help assist in the growth of the overall business.
FISCAL IMPACT:
This new lease reflects current market rental rates for office space in the complex. The annual
occupancy cost for this tenant is $8,400. The minimum rent over the four year term is adjusted
annually by 4% the first year and then 3% the following years.
ATTACHMENT:
None.
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM F
APPOINTMENT OF NEW
DREDGING LIAISON
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VENTURA PORT DISTRIST CONSENT AGENDA ITEM F BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Everard Ashworth, Chairman
SUBJECT: Appointment of New Dredging Liaison
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners appoint Vice-Chairman Brennan as the new dredging
liaison.
SUMMARY:
At the October 25th Commission meeting, Chairman Ashworth, who currently serves as
dredging liaison, asked to appoint Vice-Chair Brennan as his replacement. Commissioner
Brennan works with the beach replenishment program, BEACON, and has beach erosion and
beach access expertise working through the County.
BACKGROUND:
The Board appoints one member to serve in the capacity of dredging liaison. Chairman
Ashworth has served in this role for the past 15 months. The dredging liaison helps to obtain
funding for our annual harbor dredging by attending California Marine Affairs and Navigation
Conference (CMANC) meetings.
FISCAL IMPACT:
None.
ATTACHMENTS:
None.
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM G
APPROVAL OF 2018 PORT
COMMISSION MEETING SCHEDULE
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM G
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Jessica Rauch, Clerk of the Board
SUBJECT: Approval of 2018 Port Commission Meeting Schedule
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the 2018 Port Commission meeting schedule.
SUMMARY:
The Board of Port Commissioners has continued to meet twice per month, with August dark and
November/December once per month. This schedule worked well for 2017 and is shown in the
attached 2018 schedule.
BACKGROUND:
Meetings of the Board shall be held twice a month, unless directed by the Board;
excluding August in the Ventura Port District Office located at 1603 Anchors Way Drive,
Ventura, California. The Board may, at times, elect to meet at other times and locations
within the City and upon such election shall give public notice of the change of location.
Regular Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesday of every month (excluding
August) at 7:00PM, with Closed Session before. Regular Meetings are for approval of
Consent and Standard Agenda Items.
Special and Emergency meetings of the Board may be called and held from time to time
pursuant to the procedures set forth in the Ralph M. Brown Act.
When the day for any regular meeting falls on a legal holiday, the regularly scheduled
meeting for that day shall be deemed cancelled unless otherwise provided by the
Board. Any meeting of the Board may be cancelled in advance by a majority vote of the
Board.
FISCAL IMPACT:
None.
ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – 2018 Port Commission Schedule
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2018 Ventura Port District Board of Port Commissioners Meetings
*Dates, times and locations of all meetings may vary. Please check the agenda packet for exact information.*
Board Meetings are held at:
Ventura Port District Office
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001
Wednesday Closed Session Open Session
January 10 5:30PM 7:00PM
January 24 5:30PM 7:00PM
February 14 5:30PM 7:00PM
February 28 5:30PM 7:00PM
March 14 5:30PM 7:00PM
March 28 5:30PM 7:00PM
April 11 5:30PM 7:00PM
April 25 5:30PM 7:00PM
May 9 5:30PM 7:00PM
May 23 5:30PM 7:00PM
June 13 5:30PM 7:00PM
June 27 5:30PM 7:00PM
July 11 5:30PM 7:00PM
July 25 5:30PM 7:00PM
August Summer Recess – No Meetings
September 12 5:30PM 7:00PM
September 26 5:30PM 7:00PM
October 10 5:30PM 7:00PM
October 24 5:30PM 7:00PM
November 14 5:30PM 7:00PM
December 12 5:30PM 7:00PM
ATTACHMENT 1 51
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 1
Proposed Assignment of Lease
for Coffee Dock & Post
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 1
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Oscar Peña, General Manager
SUBJECT: Proposed Assignment of Lease for Coffee Dock & Post
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners consider the proposed Assignment and Assumption of
Lease between Sandra Aiken, Ashley Hwang, Janice Hwang, and Priscilla Levy dba Coffee
Dock & Post and Josefina Aguilar for the premises located at 1575 Spinnaker Drive #105 A&B,
Ventura, California 93001.
SUMMARY:
In January 2015 the District entered into an eight (8) year lease with Coffee Dock & Post. This
1,330sf business operation offers a full café menu including salads, deli and breakfast
sandwiches, smoothies, tea, coffee and other beverages. As an incidental part of its business
they sell greeting cards, gifts, art and provide postal box rentals to locals.
BACKGROUND:
Over a year ago, the tenant listed the business for sale with a local business broker. This effort
did not yield any results and the tenant continued to market the business. They have identified a
prospective buyer to assign the business which requires the landlord’s consent.
Josefina Aguilar recently retired after 25 years as a city planner in housing and community
development. Ms. Aguilar is desirous of assuming the lease which expires on December 31,
2023. As of the date of this report, there is approximately six (6) years remaining on the existing
lease. Ms. Aguilar is proposing to rebrand the business as Espresso Mi Cultura (EMC). This
gourmet coffeehouse, bookstore and community space will offer literature on Latin America and
Latinos and native cultures in the United States. Ms. Aguilar will showcase local artists,
including artists from Los Angeles and abroad (see Attachment #1).
The existing lease stipulates that the tenant shall not transfer, assign, sublet or change
ownership without procuring the written consent of the landlord. Landlord shall not withhold
consent unreasonably, but reserves the right to refuse to give such consent unless tenant
remains fully liable during the unexpired term of the lease and/or if, in landlord’s sole discretion
and opinion, the financial worth of the proposed new tenant is less than that of the tenant(s) who
executed the original lease.

FISCAL IMPACT:
Based upon the projected sales provided by the assignee there is the potential of higher
percentage rent to the District. The projected sales for year 1 as provided by Ms. Aguilar are
$364,728. Based upon the percentage rent factor of 3%, the amount due the District would be
$10,942.
ALTERNATIVES:
1) The Board could approve the proposed assignment of lease.
2) Reject the proposed assignment based upon the absence of additional financial resources.
3) Redirect staff to modify the terms of the assignment.
ATTACHMENTS:
None.
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 2
APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL
STATEMENTS AND CHECKS
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 2
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Gloria Adkins, Accounting Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of Financial Statements and Checks
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners adopts Resolution No. 3341 to:
a) Accept the following financial statements for the Quarter ended September 30, 2017;
and
b) Review the payroll and regular checks for July through September 2017.
SUMMARY:
Attached for the Board’s review are the financial statements for the quarter ended September
30, 2017 and the check registers for July through September 2017.
BACKGROUND:
The financial statements consist of Statement of Revenue and Expenses, Budget Analysis
Notes, Annual Budget Compared to Year-to-Date Expenditures, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow
Statement, Distribution of Cash, Comparison of Lease Rents, and a Three Year Comparative
Statement of Revenue and Expenses. The Balance Sheet for the quarter ending September 30,
2017 will change after the fiscal year 2017 audit is completed. White Nelson Diehl Evans are
still assisting the District with the final adjusting entries for June 30, 2017.
The financial statements for the Aquaculture Grant Fund are included here as Attachment 3. As
of this report, we have not received the funds covering the third request for reimbursement
through the Sea Grant for $41,471 that was submitted to UCSB on 8/30/17.
Operational Disbursements
The accounts payable check registers for July through August are located after all the financial
statement documents as Attachment 4. The registers include a brief description of the purpose
for each check.
I have explained some of the major accounts payable check expenditures below. (Regular
payments such as monthly service contracts, utilities, legal services, etc. are not shown below
as they are recurring each month.):
July 2017 –
 Beacon Marine Electronics was paid $10,800 on 7/13/17 for replacement radios and
electronics as provided for in the DBW Patrol equipment grant.
 Noble Consultants Inc. was paid $7,329 on 7/13/17 for services related to the Village dock
renovation of slips D, G & H.
 Ventura Dive Shop was paid $21,244 on 7/13/17 for tenant improvements as per his lease
pertaining to the footprint reduction of his space.
 J & H Engineering General was paid $8,632.00 on 7/13/17 to remove grass and soil in
planters at Harbor Cove parking lot and replace with pavers.
 Marcos Ramos Painting was paid $6,040 on 7/13/17 for three projects – repair/paint lower
portion of the stucco wall on outside of Carousel building facing the Carousel courtyard;
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repair/paint trim around several doors of the Le Petit space; and sand/prime/paint the main
fire hydrant/backflow water piping/valves located at the District headquarters.
 Viola Inc. was paid $274,394 on 7/26/17 as a progress payment on the Village Carousel
courtyard and promenade improvements (Phase 3).
 Downtown Ventura Partners was paid $7,800 on 7/27/17 for Trolley partnership advertising
(July-December 2017).
 J & H Engineering General was paid $9,317 on 7/27/17 for the final retainer on the Harbor
Cove ADA parking lot renovations project.
 Downtown Ventura Partners was paid $12,000 on 7/27/17 for Trolley partnership
maintaining services (July – December 2017).
 Liebert Cassidy Whitmore was paid $8,675 on 7/27/17 for the annual consortium
membership and a three year membership to access their HR policies library.
August 2017 –
 California JPIA was paid $16,978 on 8/10/17 for the annual property insurance premiums for
FY18.
 Jensen Designs & Survey Inc. was paid $9,115.00 on 8/10/17 for services pertaining to the
pavement repair and slurry seal project that was awarded to Toro Enterprises on September
14, 2017.
 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp was paid $43,808 on 8/10/17 as a down payment for the
renovation of the elevator located in the 1583 Spinnaker Drive building (Greek building).
 Marcos Ramos Painting was paid $6,000 on 8/10/17 for three projects – sand/prime/paint
the visitor telescope located on the Village promenade; repair/power-wash/paint stucco wall
and staircase located outside the new space at 1559 Spinnaker that was created from the
downsizing of the Ventura Dive Shop space; and sand/prime/paint the yellow guard poles
and fire hydrant piping/valves located in the Village.
 Viola Inc. was paid $251,261 on 8/10/17 as a progress payment on the Village Carousel
courtyard and promenade improvements (Phase 3).
 Rasmussen & Associates Inc. was paid $10,299.75 on 8/24/17 for services on three projects
– the Village roofing project; Phase 3 Carousel courtyard and promenade improvement
project; and the Village painting project.
 Marcos Ramos Painting was paid $5,700 on 8/24/17 for two projects – sand/prime/paint
additional yellow guard poles and fire hydrant piping/valves located in the Village; and
repair/paint stucco wall in the courtyard located near the Casa de Regalos store.
 Rolling Code 3 was paid $11,182 on 8/24/17 for emergency lighting and installation on the
new patrol vehicle that was purchased in June 2017.
September 2017 –
 Marcos Ramos Painting was paid $6,450 on 9/07/17 for two projects – cleanup and weather
proof the ambient speakers located throughout the Village; and repair/paint exterior patio
area on promenade side of the 1559 Spinnaker building (Brophy’s building).
 University of CA-Innovation Alliance was paid $10,966 on 9/07/17 as a progress payment
for UC Regents Sea Sketch services for aiding the District in researching locations for
possible Aquaculture Fisheries sites.
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 Motionloft, Inc. was paid $24,999 on 9/22/17 for the traffic/pedestrian count equipment and
service that is being installed in the Village.
 Pacific Marine Repair was paid $5,958 on 9/22/17 for repairs to the engine and replace the
starboard turbocharger on the Fireboat.
 Viola Inc. was paid $118,272 on 9/25/17 as a progress payment on the Village Carousel
courtyard and promenade improvements (Phase 3).
 Amazon Capital Services was paid $5,683 on 9/25/17. This vendor is a service provided
through US Communities for on-line Amazon purchases. They provide one statement for all
the purchases made through the Amazon account. This check was for the Board room TV,
Patrol operating supplies and uniforms, a ceiling fan for the small conference room, and a
keyless lock pad for the patrol vehicle.
Details reflecting purchases made through the District’s Chase Bank credit cards for July
through September 2017 are included as Attachment 5.
Payroll Disbursements
The District has 26 bi-weekly pay periods per year; ten months of the year will have two regular
payroll periods and two months will have three regular pay periods. The payroll for the month of
September is higher than normal because it contains three regular pay periods and the quarterly
accrued compensation hours pay-off run.
FISCAL IMPACT:
The Statement of Income and Expenses reflects a ‘Change in Net Position’ of $103,669 for the
period ended September 30, 2017.
ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – Resolution No. 3341
Attachment 2 – Statement of Income Expenses – Quarter Ended September 30, 2017
Attachment 3 – Aquaculture Fisheries Grant Fund Statement of Income Expenses
Attachment 4 – Accounts Payable Check Registers July – September 2017
Attachment 5 – Chase Credit Card Charges July – September 2017
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ATTACHMENT 1 58
Ventura Port District
Statement of Income and Expenses
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
< - - - - - - - - Quarter (3 mos) - - - - - - - - > < - - - - - - - Year-to-Date - - - - - - - >
Budget Activity Variance Budget Activity Variance
OPERATING REVENUES
Parcel Lease Income $ 886,500 $ 899,948 $ 13,448 $ 886,500 $ 899,948 $ 13,448
Dry Storage Income 30,000 30,479 479 30,000 30,479 479
Fisherman’s Storage 18,360 18,339 (21) 18,360 18,339 (21)
Parking Income 27,000 23,193 (3,807) 27,000 23,193 (3,807)
Miscellaneous Income/Rentals 13,045 12,285 (760) 13,045 12,285 (760)
Village Income
Harbor Village Lease Income 739,000 741,655 2,655 739,000 741,655 2,655
Commercial Fishing 68,700 74,653 5,953 68,700 74,653 5,953
Miscellaneous Income 1,345 3,418 2,073 1,345 3,418 2,073
Harbor Event Fees 7,300 8,578 1,278 7,300 8,578 1,278
Marketing Booth/Vendor Income 300 1,100 800 300 1,100 800
Co-Op Advert/Sponsorship 3,501 0 (3,501) 3,501 0 (3,501)
Merchants Promo Fund 25,650 25,671 21 25,650 25,671 21
Slip Rentals 225,000 212,915 (12,085) 225,000 212,915 (12,085)
Dock Electrical Income 4,500 5,031 531 4,500 5,031 531
C A M Income 82,500 83,624 1,124 82,500 83,624 1,124
Total Oper. Revenues $ 2,132,701 $ 2,140,889 $ 8,188 $ 2,132,701 $ 2,140,889 $ 8,188
OPERATING EXPENSES
Personnel Expenses
Salaries & Wages
Regular Salaries $ 590,415 $ 572,938 $ 17,477 $ 590,415 $ 572,938 $ 17,477
Part-time Help 19,900 15,462 4,438 19,900 15,462 4,438
Overtime Pay 20,500 24,230 (3,730) 20,500 24,230 (3,730)
Holiday Pay 11,100 6,470 4,630 11,100 6,470 4,630
Total Salaries & Wages $ 641,915 $ 619,100 $ 22,815 $ 641,915 $ 619,100 $ 22,815
Other personnel expenses
Retirement Contributions/Exp $ 128,560 $ 124,935 $ 3,625 $ 128,560 $ 124,935 $ 3,625
Payroll Taxes 15,351 11,631 3,720 15,351 11,631 3,720
Worker’s Comp Ins. 42,990 42,990 0 42,990 42,990 0
OPEB Liability 31,239 30,927 312 31,239 30,927 312
Medical & Life Ins. 70,734 67,377 3,357 70,734 67,377 3,357
Optional Benefit Plan 57,495 52,640 4,855 57,495 52,640 4,855
Uniforms & Tool Allowances 7,245 4,351 2,894 7,245 4,351 2,894
Total – Other Personnel Expenses $ 353,614 $ 334,851 $ 18,763 $ 353,614 $ 334,851 $ 18,763
Total Personnel Expenses $ 995,529 $ 953,951 $ 41,578 $ 995,529 $ 953,951 $ 41,578
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 59
Ventura Port District
Statement of Income and Expenses
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
< - - - - - - - Quarter (3 mos) - - - - - - - > < - - - - - - - Year-to-Date - - - - - - - >
Budget Activity Variance Budget Activity Variance
General Expenses
Advertising $ 1,749 $ 2,602 $ (853) $ 1,749 $ 2,602 $ (853)
Leasing & Real Estate 4,998 3,845 1,153 4,998 3,845 1,153
Auto Mileage & Allowance 3,495 3,392 103 3,495 3,392 103
Auto/Boat Equip & Maint 29,095 21,801 7,294 29,095 21,801 7,294
Bank Fees & Other Misc 3,900 4,146 (246) 3,900 4,146 (246)
Building Maintenance 82,255 50,102 32,153 82,255 50,102 32,153
Communications 11,250 8,103 3,147 11,250 8,103 3,147
Conferences & Training 10,540 2,814 7,726 10,540 2,814 7,726
Dock Maint. & Repair 10,200 2,451 7,749 10,200 2,451 7,749
Village Enhancements 7,500 0 7,500 7,500 0 7,500
Equipment Rental 3,375 2,073 1,302 3,375 2,073 1,302
General Insurance 66,498 66,498 0 66,498 66,498 0
Grounds Maintenance 29,505 25,307 4,198 29,505 25,307 4,198
General Harbor Maintenance 900 0 900 900 0 900
Janitorial Supplies 15,750 13,691 2,059 15,750 13,691 2,059
Land/Building Rental Expense 18,360 18,161 199 18,360 18,161 199
Marketing & Promotions 74,000 59,540 14,460 74,000 59,540 14,460
Memberships & Subscriptions 9,998 9,230 768 9,998 9,230 768
Office Supplies & Equipment 9,622 7,190 2,432 9,622 7,190 2,432
Computer Equip & Supplies 10,248 10,696 (448) 10,248 10,696 (448)
Operating Supplies 16,700 11,310 5,390 16,700 11,310 5,390
Other Equipment & Repairs 11,860 11,057 803 11,860 11,057 803
Professional Services – Legal 62,400 71,455 (9,055) 62,400 71,455 (9,055)
Professional/Outside Services 189,750 164,060 25,690 189,750 164,060 25,690
Prof. Serv.-VSE Aquaculture 35,000 34,458 542 35,000 34,458 542
Utilities 97,480 94,242 3,238 97,480 94,242 3,238
Dredging Related Expenses 42,935 42,515 420 42,935 42,515 420
Total General Expenses $ 859,363 $ 740,739 $ 118,624 $ 859,363 $ 740,739 $ 118,624
Total Operating Expenses $ 1,854,892 $ 1,694,690 $ 160,202 $ 1,854,892 $ 1,694,690 $ 160,202
Oper. Income(Loss) Before Deprec.$ 277,809 $ 446,199 $ 168,390 $ 277,809 $ 446,199 $ 168,390
Depreciation $ 207,000 $ 206,612 $ 388 $ 207,000 $ 206,612 $ 388
Operating Income (Loss) $ 70,809 $ 239,587 $ 168,778 $ 70,809 $ 239,587 $ 168,778
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 60
Ventura Port District
Statement of Income and Expenses
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
< - - - - - - - Quarter (3 mos) - - - - - - - > < - - - - - - - Year-to-Date - - - - - - - >
Budget Activity Variance Budget Activity Variance
NON-OPERATING REVENUES
General
Investment Income (Loss) $ 15,000 $ 33,472 $ 18,472 $ 15,000 $ 33,472 $ 18,472
Tax Income 45,000 44,121 (879) 45,000 44,121 (879)
Intergov’t Revenue 0 2,543 2,543 0 2,543 2,543
Sale of Fixed Assets 0 1,320 1,320 0 1,320 1,320
Total General Non-Oper. Income $ 60,000 $ 81,456 $ 21,456 $ 60,000 $ 81,456 $ 21,456
Special Funding
DBAW Grants-Misc $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0
DBAW Grant-Equipment 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total Special Funding $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0
TOTAL NON-OPER. REVENUES $ 60,000 $ 81,456 $ 21,456 $ 60,000 $ 81,456 $ 21,456
NON-OPERATING EXPENSES
Interest Expense $ 217,745 $ 217,374 $ 371 $ 217,745 $ 217,374 $ 371
Total Non-Oper. Expenses $ 217,745 $ 217,374 $ 371 $ 217,745 $ 217,374 $ 371
Non-Operationing Income (Loss) $ (157,745) $ (135,918) $ 21,827 $ (157,745) $ (135,918) $ 21,827
CHANGES IN NET POSITION $ (86,936) $ 103,669 $ 190,605 $ (86,936) $ 103,669 $ 190,605
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 61
Supplementary Notes to the Statement of Income and Expense for the quarter ending September 30, 2017
– Budget to Actual Analysis.

Please note it is early in the fiscal year to start analyzing why we are/are not in-line with the monthly budgeted
figures. Staff makes an attempt to follow seasonal patterns when distributing the annual budget by month whenever
it is feasibly possible. Many line items are divided equally through the year.
Operating Income:
Parcel Lease Income – (exceeds budget 13,448) This category reflects the cumulative balance for master tenants
rents. Income in this category for August and September was a little higher than anticipated spread out over most
of the master tenants.
Slip Rentals – (under budget $12,085) This category has been allocated evenly over twelve months. The slip rate
increase that is included the Fy17-18 budget has been postponed. It will be necessary to address this category
during the mid-year budget adjustment process.
Operating Expenses:
Personnel Expenses – (under budget $41,578)
 Salaries and wages were under budget thru September by $22,815. As with the previous year, the budget
includes contingencies for MOU obligations, vacation buyouts, shift coverages, and merit increases. These
contingencies were spread out equally over all the pay periods. The Harbor Patrol and the Dockmaster’s
are currently in negotiations for their MOU’s. Also, the Maintenance Department was not able to fill the
vacant custodian position until September.
 The other personnel expense categories are under budget by $18,763. This variance is spread out over
retirement contributions, payroll taxes (including unemployment), medical insurance, and the optional
benefit plan. The wage related items listed above have a direct relation to these other personnel categories
which contribute to the variances.
Building Maintenance – (under budget $32,153) this category is primarily allocated evenly over twelve months.
This variance represents $13,000 for July and $18,900 for September. The month of August came in as budgeted.
Marketing and Promotions – (under budget $14,460) Marketing’s monthly expenditures can vary greatly from the
monthly budget distribution based on many factors. The budget is distributed based on scheduled events and
advertising promotions. The above variance is primarily in the Advertising category. It represents $8,300 for August
and $6,000 for September. The month of July came in as budgeted.
Professional Services/Legal – (exceeds budget $9,055) This category has been allocated evenly over twelve
months. More time was devoted to personal matters, re-writing the ground lease document, and the VSE project
then was anticipated in the budget. It will be necessary to address this category during the mid-year budget
adjustment process.
Professional/Outside Services – (under budget $25,690) In this category, items that can be readily identified as
to when they will be expensed are placed in their appropriate budget months first. For example, we know exactly
when the Trolley partnership is due to be paid, July and January. All remaining funds are spread out evenly over
the twelve month budget cycle. For this quarter, there is a variance of $11,200 for July, $6,500 for August, and
$7,900 for September.
Non-operating Revenue:
Investment Income – (exceeds budget $18,472) This budget item is very conservative. LAIF is earning more than
1% at this time.
ATTACHMENT 2 62
Ventura Port District
Budget Analysis
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
Current Current Prior Year Prior Year
Annual YTD Remaining % Annual YTD Remaining %
Budget Activity Budget Remaining Budget Activity Budget Remaining
INCOME
Operating Income
Parcel Lease Income 3,490,000 899,948 2,590,052 74 4,540,000 796,122 3,743,878 82
Dry Storage Income 120,000 30,479 89,521 75 110,000 31,239 78,761 72
Fisherman’s Storage 74,000 18,339 55,661 75 70,000 23,565 46,435 66
Parking Income 72,000 19,022 52,978 74 70,000 20,986 49,014 70
Miscellaneous Income/Rentals 46,000 12,250 33,750 73 46,000 19,360 26,640 58
Village Income
Harbor Village Lease Income 2,565,000 741,655 1,823,345 71 2,355,000 733,882 1,621,118 69
Commercial Fishing 260,000 74,653 185,347 71 230,000 74,979 155,021 67
Miscellaneous Income 5,500 7,624 (2,124) (39) 5,500 6,587 (1,087) (20)
Harbor Event Fees 29,000 8,578 20,422 70 34,500 1,335 33,165 96
Marketing Booth/Vendor Income 7,500 1,100 6,400 85 7,500 142 7,358 98
Co-Op Advert/Sponsorship 14,000 0 14,000 100 14,000 0 14,000 100
Merchants Promo Fund 105,000 25,671 79,329 76 95,000 24,353 70,647 74
Slip Rentals 900,000 212,915 687,085 76 880,000 215,355 664,645 76
Dock Electrical Income 30,000 5,031 24,969 83 30,000 4,541 25,459 85
C A M Income 335,000 83,624 251,376 75 305,000 82,969 222,031 73
Total Operating Income $ 8,053,000 $ 2,140,889 $ 5,912,111 73 % $ 8,792,500 $ 2,035,415 $ 6,757,085 77 %
Non-operating Income
Investment Income 50,000 33,472 16,528 33 25,000 17,202 7,798 31
Tax Income 1,160,000 44,121 1,115,879 96 1,090,000 29,476 1,060,524 97
Intergov’t Revenue 0 2,543 (2,543) 0 0 0 0 0
Sale of Fixed Assets 0 1,320 (1,320) 0 0 0 0 0
DBAW Grants-Misc 15,000 0 15,000 100 24,000 0 24,000 100
DBAW Grant-Equipment 15,000 0 15,000 100 55,000 0 55,000 100
City of Ventura 0 0 0 0 0 1,133 (1,133) 0
Total Non-Operating Income $ 1,240,000 $ 81,456 $ 1,158,544 93 % $ 1,194,000 $ 47,811 $ 1,146,189 96 %
TOTAL INCOME $ 9,293,000 $ 2,222,345 $ 7,070,655 76 % $ 9,986,500 $ 2,083,226 $ 7,903,274 79 %
EXPENSES
Personnel Expenses
Salaries & Wages 2,395,500 619,100 1,776,400 74 2,310,000 592,553 1,717,447 74
Retirement Contributions 477,500 124,935 352,565 74 500,500 130,907 369,593 74
Payroll Taxes 51,000 11,631 39,369 77 40,500 9,979 30,521 75
Worker’s Comp Ins. 172,000 42,990 129,010 75 185,000 55,035 129,965 70
OPEB Liability 124,956 30,927 94,029 75 124,280 30,695 93,585 75
Medical & Life Ins. 283,000 67,377 215,623 76 273,000 67,036 205,964 75
Other Employee Benefits 230,000 52,640 177,360 77 194,000 47,951 146,049 75
Uniforms & Tool Allowances 29,500 4,351 25,149 85 30,500 5,366 25,134 82
Total Personnel Expenes $ 3,763,456 $ 953,951 $ 2,809,505 75 % $ 3,657,780 $ 939,522 $ 2,718,258 74 %
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ATTACHMENT 2 63
Ventura Port District
Budget Analysis
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
Current Current Prior Year Prior Year
Annual YTD Remaining % Annual YTD Remaining %
Budget Activity Budget Remaining Budget Activity Budget Remaining
General Expenses
Advertising 31,000 6,447 24,553 79 28,000 3,551 24,449 87
Auto Mileage & Allowance 14,000 3,392 10,608 76 11,500 2,492 9,008 78
Auto/Boat Equip & Maint 220,500 21,801 198,699 90 134,500 11,852 122,648 91
Bad Debt 18,000 0 18,000 100 25,000 0 25,000 100
Bank Fees & Other Misc 15,500 4,146 11,354 73 15,500 2,352 13,148 85
Building Maintenance 334,000 50,102 283,898 85 258,000 47,281 210,719 82
Bldg Maint-Tenant Improvments 42,000 0 42,000 100 500,000 12,239 487,761 98
Accessibility Improvements 0 0 0 0 60,000 1,648 58,352 97
Communications 45,000 8,756 36,244 81 50,000 11,940 38,060 76
Conferences & Training 65,000 2,814 62,186 96 59,000 3,504 55,496 94
Dock Maint. & Repair 44,500 2,451 42,049 94 44,500 9,912 34,588 78
Village Enhancements 30,000 0 30,000 100 30,000 4,763 25,237 84
Equipment Rental 19,500 2,073 17,427 89 21,500 2,891 18,609 87
General Insurance 266,000 66,498 199,502 75 224,000 66,000 158,000 71
Grounds Maintenance 142,000 25,307 116,693 82 154,000 34,662 119,338 77
General Harbor Maintenance 4,000 0 4,000 100 4,000 1,639 2,361 59
Janitorial Supplies 61,000 13,691 47,309 78 57,000 12,974 44,026 77
Land/Building Rental Expense 74,000 18,161 55,839 75 70,000 17,805 52,195 75
Marketing & Promotions 277,000 59,540 217,460 79 285,000 40,798 244,202 86
Memberships & Subscriptions 21,500 9,230 12,270 57 23,000 9,683 13,317 58
Office Supplies & Equipment 39,500 7,158 32,342 82 39,500 6,997 32,503 82
Computer Equip & Supplies 41,000 10,696 30,304 74 23,000 3,070 19,930 87
Operating Supplies 61,000 10,658 50,342 83 65,000 12,695 52,305 80
Other Equipment & Repairs 45,500 11,057 34,443 76 42,000 8,232 33,768 80
Professional Services – Legal 250,000 71,455 178,545 71 225,000 77,401 147,599 66
Professional/Outside Services 571,000 198,518 372,482 65 498,500 132,386 366,114 73
Utilities 406,500 94,242 312,258 77 378,000 81,438 296,562 78
Dredging Related Expenses 234,500 42,515 191,985 82 236,000 42,661 193,339 82
Total General Expenses $ 3,373,500 $ 740,708 $ 2,632,792 78 % $ 3,561,500 $ 662,866 $ 2,898,634 81 %
Non-operating Expenses
Interest Expense 430,000 217,374 212,626 49 440,000 204,036 235,964 54
Boat Motor Replacement 0 0 0 0 55,000 0 55,000 100
Total Non-Oper. Expenses $ 430,000 $ 217,374 $ 212,626 49 % $ 495,000 $ 204,036 $ 290,964 59 %
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 7,566,956 $ 1,912,033 $ 5,654,923 75 % $ 7,714,280 $ 1,806,424 $ 5,907,856 77 %
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ATTACHMENT 2 64
Ventura Port District
Budget Analysis
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
Current Current Budget
Annual YTD Funds
Budget Activity Remaining
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS/EQUIPMENT
Automotive $ 51,000 $ 11,182 $ 39,818
Assets -Fish Pier Crane/Hoist 150,000 0 150,000
Assets-Beach Brick Walls 20,000 0 20,000
Assets-Pay&Display machine 25,000 0 25,000
Building Improve-Replace Window 145,000 229 144,771
Assets Village roof system 660,000 534 659,466
Assets-HVAC 1583 Marketing Offi 18,000 9,200 8,800
VHV Fish Pier Improv 400,000 1,922 398,078
Assets-Village Painting 650,000 9,286 640,714
Assets-1583 Spinnaker 110,000 43,808 66,192
Assets-Beach Refurbish Showers 25,000 0 25,000
Assets-Parkinglot repairs&slurry 700,000 10,890 689,110
Assets-BS Tap Room Renovation 350,000 0 350,000
Assets-Carousel Bldg-Renovation 300,000 0 300,000
Carousel Courtyard/Promenade R 500,000 380,853 119,147
VHV Marina Part G&H Docks 75,000 5,850 69,150
Total Capital Improvements $ 4,179,000 $ 473,754 $ 3,705,246
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ATTACHMENT 2 65
Ventura Port District
Balance Sheet
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
CURRENT ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES
Cash in Banks 2,341,601 Accounts Payable 368,529
Accounts Receivable 370,558 Accrued Interest Payable 174,630
Intercompany Receivable-Grant Fund 72,000 Current Portion of Long Term Debt 829,100
Notes Receivable 12,806 Current Portion OPEB Liability 10,962
Taxes Receivable 62,522 Accrued Liabilities 60,294
Interest Receivable 30,808 Current Portion of Compensated Absences 170,963
Prepaid Expenses 456,560 TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES $1,614,478
Inventory of supplies 51,892
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS $3,398,747 LONG TERM DEBT
ltd – Notes Payable 11,456,900
RESTRICTED ASSETS TOTAL LONG TERM DEBT $11,456,900
Cash – Dredging 3,006,953
Cash – Improvement 5,764,912 OTHER LIABILITIES
Cash – Fisheries Complex 121,592 OPEB Liability-Long Term 645,743
TOTAL RESTRICTED ASSETS $8,893,457 Compensated Absences-Long Term 73,885
Net Pension Liability 2,735,639
FIXED ASSETS Unearned Revenue 145,888
Land 2,342,629 Security Deposits 280,502
Harbor Improvements 36,791,462 TOTAL OTHER LIABILITIES $3,881,657
Equipment 1,609,746
40,743,837 TOTAL LIABILITIES $16,953,035
Accumulated depreciation (16,281,250)
NET FIXED ASSETS $24,462,587
EQUITY
OTHER ASSETS Contributed Capital 4,632,128
Investments-Unrestricted Reserves 0 Retained Earnings-Reserved 645,536
TOTAL OTHER ASSETS $0 Retained Earnings- Unreserved 14,593,484
Current Year Retained Earnings 103,669
TOTAL EQUITY $19,974,817
TOTAL ASSETS $36,754,791
DEFERRED OUTFLOWS OF RESOURCES
Deferred amount on refundings 261,419 DEFERRED INFLOW OF RESOURCES
Deferred amount on pension plan 388,180 Deferred amount from pension plan 476,538
TOTAL DEFERRED OUTFLOWS OF RESOURCES $649,599 TOTAL DEFERRED INFLOW OF RESOURCES $476,538
TOTAL ASSETS AND DEFERRED TOTAL LIABILITIES, EQUITY, AND
OUTFLOWS OF RESOURCES $37,404,390 DEFERRED INFLOW OF RESOURCES $37,404,390
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ATTACHMENT 2 66
Ventura Port District
Cashflow Statement
As of September 30, 2017
Enterprise Fund (Includes Grant Fund)
Operating Income 2,140,889
Non-Operating Income 81,456
Total Income $ 2,222,345
Operating Expenses 1,936,540
Non-Operating Expenses 217,374
Total Expenses $ 2,153,914
Change in Net Position-Accrual Basis $ 68,431
Cashflows for Capital and Financing Activities:
Principle paid on debt (739,500)
Deferred amount on refundings 6,641
Acquisitions/Retirements of Capital Assets (473,754)
Net Cash provided (used) by Capital & Financing (1,206,613) $
Operating Income Adjustments:
Depreciation 206,612
(Increase)decrease in receivables 6,076
(Increase)decrease in prepaid Items (89,499)
Increase(decrease) in payables (219,218)
Increase(decrease) in unearned revenue (66,070)
Increase (decrease) in tenant deposits (1,982)
Net Cash provided by Operating Activities $ (164,081)
NET Increase (Decrease) in Cash (1,302,263) $
Add: Beginning Cash 7/1/17 $ 12,552,144
Ending Cash at 09/30/17 $ 11,249,881
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ATTACHMENT 2 67
Ventura Port District
Distribution of Cash as of
September 30, 2017
Enterprise Fund Current
Balance
Cash
Cash on Hand (undeposited) 1,608
Cash in Checking (Wells Fargo Bank) 271,347
Cash in County Treasury 17,053
Total Cash Available for Normal Operations $ 290,008
Investments Unrestricted Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 2,051,593
Total Investments Unrestricted Reserves $ 2,051,593
Dredging Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 3,006,953
Total Dredging Reserves $ 3,006,953
Capital Improvement Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 5,764,912
Total Capital Improvement Reserves $ 5,764,912
Fisheries Complex Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 121,592
Total Fisheries Complex Reserves $ 121,592
Aquaculture Grant Funds
Cash in Checking (Wells Fargo Bank) 14,823
Total Aquaculture Grant Funds $ 14,823
TOTAL CASH AND INVESTMENTS $ 11,249,881
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ATTACHMENT 2 68
Ventura Port District
Comparison of Lease Rent
Year to Date Year to Date
Ended Ended Increase
9/30/2017 9/30/2016 (Decrease)
Parcel Leases
Ventura Harbor Marine Assoc 69,415 60,686 8,729 14%
Dave’s Fuel Dock 4,205 3,993 212 5%
Sheraton 4 Points-Harbortown 170,849 161,918 8,931 6%
Harbortown Point 2,662 2,290 372 16%
Oceans West Marina 79,727 75,944 3,783 5%
Ventura Isle Marina 192,414 177,826 14,588 8%
Ventura Marina Mobile Park 110,918 109,413 1,505 1%
Ventura West Marina 130,887 127,835 3,052 2%
Ventura Yacht Club 30,922 30,217 705 2%
Vta Harbor Boatyard 32,949 31,000 1,949 6%
Portside Partners Ventura Harbor 75,000 15,000 60,000 400%
Total Parcel Lease 899,948 796,122 103,826 13%
Appreciation rent & Option Fee – – 0
Total Parcel Leases 899,948 796,122 103,826 13%
Ventura Harbor Village
Retail Rents 130,496 137,076 (6,580) -5%
Restaurant Rents 313,563 314,208 (645) 0%
Office Rents 159,879 155,295 4,584 3%
Charters 137,717 127,303 10,414 8%
Total Village 741,655 733,882 7,773 1%
Commercial Fishing 74,653 74,979 (326) 0%
TOTAL 1,716,256 1,604,983 111,273 7%
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 69
Ventura Port District
Three Year Comparative
For the Current Quarter and Year to Date
Quarter Ending September 30th Year-To-Date September 30th
2015-16 2016-17 Current 2015-16 2016-17 Current
% change
FY16-17 to
Current Yr
Operating Income
Parcel Leases 774,070 796,122 899,948 774,070 796,122 899,948 13%
Option Fee
Dry Storage 26,085 31,239 30,479 26,085 31,239 30,479 -2%
Other Operating 69,740 68,861 53,817 69,740 68,861 53,817 -22%
Harbor Village Leases 667,208 733,882 741,655 667,208 733,882 741,655 1%
Commercial Fishing 59,836 74,979 74,653 59,836 74,979 74,653 0%
Slips 220,865 215,355 212,915 220,865 215,355 212,915 -1%
CAM 73,050 82,969 83,624 73,050 82,969 83,624 1%
Marketing 21,298 24,353 25,671 21,298 24,353 25,671 5%
Electrical Slips 5,573 4,541 5,031 5,573 4,541 5,031 11%
Other Operating 29,335 3,114 13,096 29,335 3,114 13,096 321%
Total Operating Income 1,947,060 2,035,415 2,140,889 1,947,060 2,035,415 2,140,889 5%
Operating Expenses
Harbor Patrol 309,313 341,930 364,006 309,313 341,930 364,006 6%
Maintenance 497,130 262,075 255,084 497,130 262,075 255,084 -3%
Administration 500,272 486,948 549,248 500,272 486,948 549,248 13%
Marina 161,901 162,361 165,432 161,901 162,361 165,432 2%
C A M 222,541 212,653 203,752 222,541 212,653 203,752 -4%
Marketing 127,202 93,761 114,653 127,202 93,761 114,653 22%
Dredging 43,245 42,661 42,515 43,245 42,661 42,515 0%
Total Operating Expenses 1,861,604 1,602,389 1,694,690 1,861,604 1,602,389 1,694,690 6%
NET OPERATING INCOME 85,456 433,026 446,199 85,456 433,026 446,199 3%
Non-operating Income
Interest 9,165 17,202 33,472 9,165 17,202 33,472 95%
Taxes 23,330 29,476 44,121 23,330 29,476 44,121 50%
Other – 1,133 3,863 – 1,133 3,863 241%
Total Non-operating Income 32,495 47,811 81,456 32,495 47,811 81,456 70%
Non-Operating Expenses
Depreciation 240,155 214,132 206,612 240,155 214,132 206,612 -4%
Debt Service 432,674 204,036 217,374 432,674 204,036 217,374 7%
Other – – – – – –
Total Non-operating Expenses 672,829 418,168 423,986 672,829 418,168 423,986 1%
NET NON-OPER. INCOME (640,334) (370,357) (342,530) (640,334) (370,357) (342,530) -8%
NET CHANGE IN POSITION (554,878) 62,669 103,669 (554,878) 62,669 103,669 65%
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ATTACHMENT 2 70
INCOME
VSE Grant Reimbursment –
Total Income –
EXPENSES
Legal-VSE Grant 9,955
Professional Services 25,283
Total Expenses 35,238
CHANGE IN NET POSITION (35,238)
Ventura Port District
Aquaculture Fisheries Study Grant Fund
Statement of Income, Expense and Change in Net Position
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 3 71
Ventura Port District
Aquaculture Fisheries Study Grant Fund
Balance Sheet
For the Period Ended September 30, 2017
CURRENT ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES
Cash in Banks 14,823 Accounts Payable 19,532
Accounts Receivable-Grant 41,471 Intercompany Payable-Enterprise Fund 72,000
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS $56,294 TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES $91,532
LONG TERM ASSETS EQUITY
Long Term Assets 0 Retained Earnings-Reserved –
TOTAL LONG TERM ASSETS 0 Current Year Retained Earnings (35,238)
TOTAL EQUITY ($35,238)
TOTAL ASSETS $56,294 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $56,294
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 3 72
Ventura Port District 8/11/2017
Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
46201 07/12/17 5016 Lowe’s Event bench, dead bolt, operating supplies, building maintenance materials 582.66
46202 07/13/17 1060 AFLAC Salary reduction benefit 487.35
46203 07/13/17 1154 Alejandra’s Nursery Village landscaping plants 1,040.60
46204 07/13/17 1178 American Office Products Office supplies 117.86
46205 07/13/17 1378 BC Tree Service Inc Trim palm trees in Dry Storage Lot on Anchors Way 640.00
46206 07/13/17 1440 Beacon Marine Chandlery Inc Dock repair parts, plumbing parts, and operating supplies 285.41
46207 07/13/17 1441 Beacon Marine Electronics Replacement radios and electronics as per Patrol equipment grant 10,799.94
46208 07/13/17 1679 Carpi & Clay Washington lobbyist 5,000.00
46209 07/13/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 69.82
46210 07/13/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 302.24
46211 07/13/17 2069 Creative Resource Group Marketing-ad production 1,055.00
46212 07/13/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 1,200.00
46213 07/13/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service-Fish pier 413.67
46214 07/13/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 64.35
46215 07/13/17 2935 Farmer Bros. Co Coffee supplies 312.65
46216 07/13/17 2936 Fast Signs ‘Steel Drum’ event banners 345.02
46217 07/13/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Misc. plumbing parts 87.11
46218 07/13/17 3050 All That’s Fit to Print Marketing-ad production 2,873.55
46219 07/13/17 3100 Flooring 101 Village 1583 Spinnaker #215 Office TI (Greek bldg) 916.00
46220 07/13/17 3655 Herald Printing, Ltd. Marketing-brochures 457.68
46221 07/13/17 4247 Jani-King of CA Inc. Janitorial Service in Village 5,150.63
46222 07/13/17 4295 Jensen Design & Survey Inc. Services pertaining to parking lot repair/slurry project 3,230.00
46223 07/13/17 5054 Main Street Banner Sun flags 2,313.61
46224 07/13/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 416.33
46225 07/13/17 5213 McMaster-Carr Roof antenna parts and electric cord cable covers for Marketing event 281.83
46226 07/13/17 5744 Noble Consultants Inc. Services pertaining to Village docks D,G,& H 7,329.00
46227 07/13/17 6030 3Digit Media Marketing-Advertising 1,243.00
46228 07/13/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 448.74
46229 07/13/17 6361 Pitney Bowes Postage meter lease/Vlg office 34.72
46230 07/13/17 6414 Oxnard Convention/Visitors Bureau Space rental Jan-Jun2017 750.00
46231 07/13/17 6446 PowerHouse Construction Inc. Village 1583 Spinnaker #210 external patio repairs (Greek bldg) 850.00
46232 07/13/17 6470 LegalShield Salary reduction benefit 166.40
46233 07/13/17 6687 RRM Design Group Inc. Phase 3 Carousel courtyard and promenade construction 2,820.00
46234 07/13/17 7229 Sam’s Club/GECF Patrol storage lockers 1,046.46
46235 07/13/17 7296 Searle Creative Group Marketing-social media advertising/production 831.25
Accounts Payable Check Register – July 2017
July 2017, Check register, Page 1 of 5
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73
Ventura Port District 8/11/2017
Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – July 2017
46236 07/13/17 7299 Seaworthy Marina Products Exhaust elbows & parts for Patrol boat 19 1,323.34
46237 07/13/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities 39.16
46238 07/13/17 7581 Steve Stafford Marketing Village entertainment 250.00
46239 07/13/17 7720 Double Dog Dare Pro Marketing Village entertainment 700.00
46240 07/13/17 7762 The Home Depot Maintenance supplies including power tools and a ladder 348.15
46241 07/13/17 7768 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp Village 1567elevator repairs (Margarita Villa bldg) 336.75
46242 07/13/17 8205 VCSDA (Ventura County Special District Association) – Annual membership dues 150.00
46243 07/13/17 8242 Ventura Dive & Sport TI reimbursement as per lease 21,244.03
46244 07/13/17 8263 Ventura Pest Control Village service 348.00
46245 07/13/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services/Cameras/Key Card System maintenance 8,380.00
46246 07/13/17 8531 Whisenhunt Communication Public relations services 225.00
46247 07/13/17 11415 Alertline Communications Emergency elevator phone services 630.00
46248 07/13/17 11461 AllCal Equipment Services Inc, Annual crane inspection (fisheries hoist) 560.02
46249 07/13/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Fiber/Wi-Fi services VPD HDQ 1,090.72
46250 07/13/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Fiber/Wi-Fi services VPD HDQ 1,168.40
46251 07/13/17 12851 Arion Global, Inc. Recycle lights and batteries 344.00
46252 07/13/17 14580 Blake Stok Services pertaining to Shellfish project 800.00
46253 07/13/17 15753 BMC Corporate Services LLC Lumber for planter at 1559 Spinnaker (Brophy’s bldg) 943.04
46254 07/13/17 16202 R.S.M. Plumbing Emergency drain clearing-Greek restaurant area 300.00
46255 07/13/17 18861 Chantel Durelli Marketing Village entertainment 575.00
46256 07/13/17 20200 CoStar Realty Information, Inc Leasing marketing data software 911.71
46257 07/13/17 42255 J & H Engineering General Demo planters at Harbor Cove and install pavers 8,632.00
46258 07/13/17 42471 JaniTek Cleaning Solutions Janitorial service for National Park Service Offices 1,221.00
46259 07/13/17 44132 Joseph M. Ramieri Marketing Village entertainment 250.00
46260 07/13/17 50071 LoopNet Internet leasing advertising 369.95
46261 07/13/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting 2 projects; Carousel wall, Le Petit door trims, & fire hydrant/backflow pipes 6,040.00
46262 07/13/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 670.17
46263 07/13/17 68551 Randalls Art Marketing-event production & advertising 525.00
46264 07/13/17 70281 Ring Central Inc District phone system 1,205.05
46265 07/13/17 70336 Rooks Rooter Emergency drain clearing-Greek restaurant area 325.00
46266 07/13/17 74343 Sommerville Associates Marketing public relations services 2,000.00
46267 07/13/17 75712 Stacey Reed Marketing-event production 90.00
46268 07/13/17 82201 Valley Scene Magazine Marketing-Advertising 630.00
46269 07/13/17 85221 West Coast Aerial Photography Marketing-ad production-harbor photos 200.00
46270 07/13/17 PM OneTime William Pelmear Refund key deposit 25.00
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – July 2017
46271 07/14/17 5190 Matilija Water Reverse osmosis water system 45.00
46272 07/14/17 5625 ReadyRefresh Bottled water service 142.29
46273 07/14/17 6409 Plauche & Carr Establish/research shellfish permitting process 1,567.50
46274 07/14/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Irrigation/landscaping repair parts 146.63
46275 07/14/17 8239 Ventura County Reporter Marketing-Advertising 237.50
46276 07/14/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 480.80
46277 07/14/17 14923 Bruton Industries Group, Inc. Dry rot repairs and replace rusted vents inside the walls at Boatyard Pub 1,740.00
46278 07/14/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc VIM dock project draft IS/MND 1,110.00
46279 07/20/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons Dredging/Project Management services 8,888.00
46280 07/21/17 7719 Teamsters Local No. 186 Union dues for Dockmasters 160.00
46281 07/21/17 58861 Nikos Valance JPIA Conference expense reimbursement 251.95
46282 07/26/17 4852 Lagerlof Senecal Gosney Legal services 21,146.25
46283 07/26/17 84600 Viola Inc. Progress payment Phase 3-Village Carousel courtyard 274,393.72
46284 07/27/17 1036 Accurate First Aid Services Replenish first aid stations 336.93
46285 07/27/17 1045 ADT Security Services NPS Alarm monitoring 11.00
46286 07/27/17 1154 Alejandra’s Nursery Village landscaping plants 787.31
46287 07/27/17 1178 American Office Products Office supplies 38.81
46288 07/27/17 1182 American Builders Supply Village buildings-stucco repair supplies 134.22
46289 07/27/17 1206 Anchor Coring & Sawing Inc. Harbor Cove main water line repairs 165.00
46290 07/27/17 1378 BC Tree Service Inc Tree trimming in Village 1559 Spinnaker (Brophy’s bldg) 1,200.00
46291 07/27/17 1625 Byrd Locksmithing Inc. Village 1559 Spinnaker #109-re-key new space formerly Dive Shop 120.00
46292 07/27/17 1663 Burons Preferred Pumping Inc. Village 1591 Spinnaker (Le Petit bldg) main line hydro jetting 595.00
46293 07/27/17 1676 Carquest Auto Parts Maintenance truck parts 89.21
46294 07/27/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) specialty light bulbs, etc. 659.57
46295 07/27/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 236.70
46296 07/27/17 1925 City Of S. Buenaventura Trash service 100.00
46297 07/27/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 800.00
46298 07/27/17 2446 DocuProducts Copier maintenance fees 297.50
46299 07/27/17 2448 Downtown Ventura Partners Trolley partnership – advertising July-Dec 2017 7,800.00
46300 07/27/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 8,193.42
46301 07/27/17 2612 Earth Systems Southern CA Services pertaining to phase 3-Carousel courtyard 719.00
46302 07/27/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 1,351.14
46303 07/27/17 2924 FMP Uniform Co. Harbor Patrol uniforms 1,052.31
46304 07/27/17 3050 All That’s Fit to Print Marketing-ad production 452.50
46305 07/27/17 3138 Four Points Sheraton VSE public site selection meeting 1,173.40
July 2017, Check register, Page 3 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – July 2017
46306 07/27/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Village – restroom doors hardware 319.44
46307 07/27/17 3592 Hansen’s Plumbing, Inc. Village-1575 & 1691 Spinnaker main sewer line cleanout 1,320.00
46308 07/27/17 4057 Health & Human Resource Center Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 177.14
46309 07/27/17 4293 Jennifer Talt-Lundin Conference expense reimbursement 131.91
46310 07/27/17 4418 Jonathan Stanger Marketing Village entertainment 250.00
46311 07/27/17 4832 LAFCO Annual membership fee 5,382.00
46312 07/27/17 4939 Life-Assist Inc. Patrol – medical/safety supplies 918.35
46313 07/27/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 398.47
46314 07/27/17 5213 McMaster-Carr Hose bib lock outs and a compressor air hose 307.77
46315 07/27/17 5231 Mendez Roofing Inc Refurbish roof access door of District office building 2,000.00
46316 07/27/17 5505 Muzicraft Inc. Ambient music in Village 329.50
46317 07/27/17 5945 Office Depot Credit Plan Copy paper, toner, file storage boxes, laminating pouches, coffee supplies 346.65
46318 07/27/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 224.37
46319 07/27/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Village-Roof project; Phase 3 Carousel project; Painting project 4,145.00
46320 07/27/17 7294 Service-Pro Fire Protection Annual fire sprinkler inspections/repairs/testing 1,985.50
46321 07/27/17 7346 Shell Fleet Plus ** Voided ** Paid on-line due to timing constraints 660.80
46322 07/27/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices 0.00
46323 07/27/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities 14,214.19
46324 07/27/17 7581 Steve Stafford Marketing Village entertainment 250.00
46325 07/27/17 7761 The Gas Company Utilities 268.97
46326 07/27/17 8233 Venco Power Sweeping, Inc Monthly Village parking lot & fish pier sweeping 545.38
46327 07/27/17 8241 Ventura County Star Marketing-Advertising 877.42
46328 07/27/17 8244 Ventura Harbor Storage Fishermen’s storage/net repair area 6,113.01
46329 07/27/17 8260 Verizon Wireless Cell phones/services 795.39
46330 07/27/17 8267 Ventura Harbor Marina & Yacht Haul out/bottom clean two patrol boats 288.90
46331 07/27/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Village office Uverse internet-wi-fi service 159.78
46332 07/27/17 12945 Assurant Employee Benefits Dental insurance premiums 1,390.72
46333 07/27/17 31595 Franklin Haynes Marionettes Marketing Village entertainment 400.00
46334 07/27/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc VIM dock project draft IS/MND 992.50
46335 07/27/17 42255 J & H Engineering General Final retainer on the Harbor Cove parking lot ADA project 9,317.09
46336 07/27/17 44132 Joseph M. Ramieri Marketing Village entertainment 250.00
46337 07/27/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting Vlg Phase 3 project-repaint walls; refurbish launch ramp parking machine 3,600.00
46338 07/27/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 2,580.42
46339 07/27/17 70281 Ring Central Inc District phone system 939.86
46340 07/27/17 74343 Sommerville Associates Marketing public relations services 2,000.00
July 2017, Check register, Page 4 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – July 2017
46341 07/27/17 82351 Ventura Breeze Marketing-Advertising 625.00
46342 07/27/17 PM OneTime Michael Ross Refund key deposit 25.00
46343 07/27/17 2448 Downtown Ventura Partners Trolley partnership – July-Dec 2017 12,000.00
46344 07/27/17 17715 Carlos Cuellar – Esparza Marketing Village entertainment 300.00
46345 07/27/17 4943 Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Annual consortium membership & 3 years access to HR policies library 8,675.00
46346 07/28/17 1826 Central Coast Tourism Council Annual membership dues 200.00
46347 07/28/17 2029 Cover 2 Cover Music ** Voided ** Check reported lost in mail by vendor 2,880.00
46348 07/28/17 2093 Cumulus Broadcasting Inc. Marketing-advertising 2,262.00
46349 07/28/17 82201 Valley Scene Magazine Marketing-Advertising 630.00
Total Check Register $541,372.76 $3,540.80
Wells Fargo Grant Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
1041 07/14/17 6409 Plauche & Carr VSE Aquaculture Grant 852.50
Total Check Register $852.50 $0.00
July 2017, Check register, Page 5 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
46350 08/01/17 2029 Cover 2 Cover Music Inc. Marketing Village entertainment 5,760.00
46351 08/10/17 1154 Alejandra’s Nursery Village Carousel Courtyard area landscaping and plants 1,584.65
46352 08/10/17 1212 Anderson Custom Boats Fireboat pump repairs 2,171.31
46353 08/10/17 1676 Carquest Auto Parts Vehicle repair parts 164.51
46354 08/10/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 187.95
46355 08/10/17 1764 California J P I A Annual property insurance premium 16,978.00
46356 08/10/17 1843 Certified Folder Display Marketing-distribution of rack cards 2,530.18
46357 08/10/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 650.97
46358 08/10/17 2100 CyberCopy Inc. VSE site plan workshop 287.64
46359 08/10/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 400.00
46360 08/10/17 2446 DocuProducts Copier maintenance fees 257.71
46361 08/10/17 2448 Downtown Ventura Partners Marketing-advertising 400.00
46362 08/10/17 2936 Fast Signs Parking signs; event banners; construction banners 735.59
46363 08/10/17 2980 Fausset Printing, LLC Marketing-event production 265.00
46364 08/10/17 2983 Federal Express Corporation Postage 65.70
46365 08/10/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Plumbing parts 93.39
46366 08/10/17 3050 All That’s Fit to Print Marketing-ad production 622.50
46367 08/10/17 3203 Fuller Paint & Glass National Park Service building door repairs 570.15
46368 08/10/17 4247 Jani-King of CA Inc. Janitorial Service in Village 5,150.63
46369 08/10/17 4295 Jensen Design & Survey Inc. Services on the pavement repair and slurry seal project 9,115.00
46370 08/10/17 4567 Katherine J. Emerick Ph.D. HR services 848.00
46371 08/10/17 5050 MailFinance VPD Office postage machine rental – quarterly 401.23
46372 08/10/17 5054 Main Street Banner State and National flags 336.47
46373 08/10/17 5071 Luners Production Services Marketing-event production 530.89
46374 08/10/17 5190 Matilija Water Reverse osmosis water system July 45.00
46375 08/10/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 455.51
46376 08/10/17 5213 McMaster-Carr Shop supplies 12.94
46377 08/10/17 5625 ReadyRefresh Bottled water service 260.61
46378 08/10/17 6201 Pamela Griffin Wellness program instructor 80.00
46379 08/10/17 6361 Pitney Bowes Postage meter lease/Vlg office 34.72
46380 08/10/17 6900 Red Wing Shoe Store Maintenance safety shoes-annual 1,696.99
46381 08/10/17 7032 Alliant Insurance Services Marketing-special event insurance premiums 303.00
46382 08/10/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Village Carousel Courtyard area landscaping plumbing 447.53
Accounts Payable Check Register – August 2017
August 2017, Check register, Page 1 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – August 2017
46383 08/10/17 7572 Standard Insurance Company Group Term Life/Long-term Disability (2 months) 6,216.62
46384 08/10/17 7768 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp Down payment Village 1583 Spinnaker Elevator project 43,808.00
46385 08/10/17 7818 TOTALFUNDS By Hasler Postage for postage machine-VPD HDQ 500.00
46386 08/10/17 8228 Ventana Monthly Marketing-Advertising 785.00
46387 08/10/17 8241 Ventura County Star Paper delivery 62.70
46388 08/10/17 8250 Ventura Visitors & Convention Marketing-space rent (2 months) 250.00
46389 08/10/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 557.75
46390 08/10/17 8263 Ventura Pest Control Village service 348.00
46391 08/10/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services 4,200.00
46392 08/10/17 8501 Warren Distributing Inc. Vehicle and boat oil, parts, etc. 173.10
46393 08/10/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Fiber/Wi-Fi services VPD HDQ 1,079.70
46394 08/10/17 13950 Bartel Associates, LLC PERS actuarial projections & presentation 6,860.00
46395 08/10/17 14580 Blake Stok Services pertaining to Shellfish project 3,120.00
46396 08/10/17 18901 Chicago Title Company Parcels 5 & 8 Land Title update fee 200.00
46397 08/10/17 20200 CoStar Realty Information, Inc Leasing marketing data software 911.71
46398 08/10/17 23351 Diamond A Equipment Landscape mower parts 47.64
46399 08/10/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture 327.08
46400 08/10/17 36060 Harbortown Point Owners Assoc. Reimburse for asphalt repairs VPD spaces 785.00
46401 08/10/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc WSP monitoring 580.00
46402 08/10/17 42471 JaniTek Cleaning Solutions Janitorial service for National Park Service Offices 1,221.00
46403 08/10/17 50071 LoopNet Internet leasing advertising 369.95
46404 08/10/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting 3 projects; Village guard poles, new retail space, promenade telescope 6,000.00
46405 08/10/17 74343 Sommerville Associates Marketing public relations services 2,000.00
46406 08/10/17 77812 Thermal Alliance Down payment HVAC unit/ducting Marketing/Marina offices 5,000.00
46407 08/10/17 84600 Viola Inc. Progress payment Phase 3-Village Carousel courtyard 251,264.37
46408 08/10/17 85212 Weinerth & Sons Bee removal 150.00
46409 08/10/17 85219 West Marine Pro Patrol boat supplies 394.31
46410 08/10/17 PM OneTime Robert Lurie Refund key deposit 25.00
46411 08/10/17 1060 AFLAC Salary reduction benefit 1,381.03
46412-46431 ** Voided ** Used by Wells Fargo MICR reading test-problem with bank processing 0.00
46432 08/24/17 1036 Accurate First Aid Services Replenish first aid stations 250.11
46433 08/24/17 1049 Adams Printing & Graphic Marketing-brochures 288.50
46434 08/24/17 1182 SiteOne Landscape Supply, LLC Village Carousel Courtyard area landscaping 49.62
August 2017, Check register, Page 2 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – August 2017
46435 08/24/17 1377 B & R Tool Supply Co. Shop supply-padlocks 408.91
46436 08/24/17 1440 Beacon Marine Chandlery Inc Patrol boat supplies 179.74
46437 08/24/17 1676 Carquest Auto Parts Compressor oil 110.98
46438 08/24/17 1679 Carpi & Clay Washington lobbyist 5,000.00
46439 08/24/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 173.50
46440 08/24/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 492.08
46441 08/24/17 2029 Cover 2 Cover Music Inc. Marketing Village entertainment 320.00
46442 08/24/17 2099 Custom Embroidery Uniform hats 366.89
46443 08/24/17 2100 CyberCopy Inc. VSE site plan workshop 106.94
46444 08/24/17 2202 Dave’s Patrol boat fuel 1,649.81
46445 08/24/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 1,200.00
46446 08/24/17 2446 DocuProducts Copier maintenance fees 392.26
46447 08/24/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 388.50
46448 08/24/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 1,566.33
46449 08/24/17 2935 Farmer Bros. Co Coffee supplies 633.78
46450 08/24/17 2980 Fausset Printing, LLC Marketing-event production 163.50
46451 08/24/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Two Village restroom water heaters 537.88
46452 08/24/17 3050 All That’s Fit to Print Marketing-ad production 290.00
46453 08/24/17 3138 Four Points Sheraton VSE site plan workshop 586.70
46454 08/24/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Equipment for restroom fixture repairs 2,383.48
46455 08/24/17 3592 Hansen’s Plumbing, Inc. Village-1591 Spinnaker men’s restroom (Le Petit bldg) 309.12
46456 08/24/17 4057 Health & Human Resource Center Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 177.14
46457 08/24/17 4742 Kratos Construction ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices
46458 08/24/17 4742 Kratos Construction 15 misc. jobs-exterior lights; dock pedestals; replace water heaters, etc. 3,775.00
46459 08/24/17 4852 Lagerlof Senecal Gosney Legal services 19,710.00
46460 08/24/17 5016 Lowe’s Batteries, water, gloves, pest control, outdoor lighting, plumbing parts 1,125.35
46461 08/24/17 5505 Muzicraft Inc. Ambient music in Village 329.50
46462 08/24/17 5744 Noble Consultants Inc. Services pertaining to Village docks D,G, & H 1,872.00
46463 08/24/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 224.37
46464 08/24/17 6409 Plauche & Carr Establish/research shellfish permitting process 1,127.50
46465 08/24/17 6470 LegalShield Salary reduction benefit 166.40
46466 08/24/17 6687 RRM Design Group Inc. Phase 3 construction 2,075.60
46467 08/24/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Village-Roof project; Phase 3 Carousel project; Painting project 10,299.75
August 2017, Check register, Page 3 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – August 2017
46468 08/24/17 6900 Red Wing Shoe Store Maintenance safety shoes-annual 689.84
46469 08/24/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons Dredging/Project Management services 8,888.00
46470 08/24/17 7240 AT&T Village office Uverse internet-wi-fi service 159.78
46471 08/24/17 7299 Seaworthy Marina Products Exhaust elbows for Patrol boat 17 & motor tune-up supplies for Fireboat 1,168.38
46472 08/24/17 7346 Shell Fleet Plus Patrol vehicle fuel 799.21
46473 08/24/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Village Carousel Courtyard area landscaping plumbing 306.42
46474 08/24/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices 0.00
46475 08/24/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities 12,941.32
46476 08/24/17 7581 Steve Stafford Marketing Village entertainment 250.00
46477 08/24/17 7719 Teamsters Local No. 186 Union dues for Dockmasters 160.00
46478 08/24/17 7761 The Gas Company Utilities 623.24
46479 08/24/17 7762 The Home Depot Portable air compressor and landscaping supplies 255.27
46480 08/24/17 8202 VCE Services, Inc. Services pertaining to Parcels 5 & 8 4,490.00
46481 08/24/17 8204 VACCO (Ventura Air Conditioning) Village-1591 Spinnaker #207 office HVAC repairs (Le Petit bldg) 228.50
46482 08/24/17 8233 Venco Power Sweeping, Inc Monthly Village parking lot & fish pier sweeping 545.38
46483 08/24/17 8239 Ventura County Reporter Marketing-Advertising 545.00
46484 08/24/17 8244 Ventura Harbor Storage Fishermen’s storage/net repair area 6,113.01
46485 08/24/17 8251 Ventura Water ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices 0.00
46486 08/24/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 45,156.58
46487 08/24/17 8280 Ventura Youth Sailing Keith Turner Scholarship Fund 2,000.00
46488 08/24/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services 4,912.75
46489 08/24/17 8501 Warren Distributing Inc. Vehicle and boat oil, parts, etc. 249.59
46490 08/24/17 8531 Whisenhunt Communication Public relations services 1,237.50
46491 08/24/17 11645 American Products Manufacturing Printer toner 363.50
46492 08/24/17 12945 Assurant Employee Benefits Dental insurance premiums 1,426.36
46493 08/24/17 14570 Best in the West Plumbing Co. Village 1559 Spinnaker (Brophy’s bldg) main sewer line clean out 125.00
46494 08/24/17 15785 Blue Tarp Financial Inc. Northern Tool Membership Fee 39.99
46495 08/24/17 17740 Carmen Alexander Marketing Village entertainment 500.00
46496 08/24/17 22113 Dave Werneburg Office supply expense reimbursement 61.91
46497 08/24/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture 4,297.08
46498 08/24/17 32820 Gary Usher Marketing Village entertainment 500.00
46499 08/24/17 44200 JV Custom Iron Deposit-two jobs-promenade railings at Margarita Villa and Dive Shop 1,960.00
46500 08/24/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting 2 projects; Village guard poles, repair/paint stucco near Casa de Regalos 5,700.00
August 2017, Check register, Page 4 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – August 2017
46501 08/24/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 2,236.20
46502 08/24/17 70101 Rolling Code 3 Emergency lights and installation for new patrol vehicle 11,182.00
46503 08/24/17 70281 Ring Central Inc District phone system 939.86
46504 08/24/17 One time Joseph McGuire Reimburse over paid payroll deduction 17.31
46505 08/24/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 8,827.31
Total Check Register $580,689.26 $0.00
Wells Fargo Grant Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
1042 08/10/17 2100 CyberCopy Inc. VSE Aquaculture Grant 32.33
1043 08/10/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 3,633.79
1044 08/24/17 6409 Plauche & Carr VSE Aquaculture Grant 137.50
1045 08/24/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 1,745.36
Total Check Register $5,548.98 $0.00
August 2017, Check register, Page 5 of 5
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Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
46506 09/01/17 8241 Ventura County Star Marketing-Advertising 1,551.78
46507 09/07/17 1060 AFLAC Salary reduction benefit 1,381.03
46508 09/07/17 1326 Ayalas Backflow Services Backflow repairs and valve replacements 1,411.76
46509 09/07/17 1377 B & R Tool Supply Co. Misc. shop tools 230.63
46510 09/07/17 1440 Beacon Marine Chandlery Inc Operating supplies for dock & trash receptacles repairs 116.81
46511 09/07/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Launch ramp parking lot lighting 1,613.73
46512 09/07/17 1764 California J P I A Environmental policy annual premium 1,475.00
46513 09/07/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 709.40
46514 09/07/17 2009 Coastal Occupational Medical Pre-employment screening 100.00
46515 09/07/17 2174 Dan Harding Marketing-advertising 75.00
46516 09/07/17 2202 Dave’s Patrol boat fuel 3,210.54
46517 09/07/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage & NPS security 1,412.00
46518 09/07/17 2446 DocuProducts Copier maintenance fees 275.78
46519 09/07/17 2612 Earth Systems Southern CA Services pertaining to phase 3-Carousel courtyard 200.00
46520 09/07/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 719.75
46521 09/07/17 2936 Fast Signs ‘Rock on the Dock’ event banners 308.17
46522 09/07/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Restroom supplies 106.46
46523 09/07/17 3050 All That’s Fit to Print Marketing-ad production 1,564.44
46524 09/07/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Shop stock-exterior lighting 400.13
46525 09/07/17 3592 Hansen’s Plumbing, Inc. Coffee Dock water meter repairs 532.50
46526 09/07/17 3752 HLI Systems Website & e-mail security service 150.00
46527 09/07/17 4247 Jani-King of CA Inc. Janitorial Service in Village 5,150.63
46528 09/07/17 5190 Matilija Water Reverse osmosis water system 45.00
46529 09/07/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 443.56
46530 09/07/17 5945 Office Depot Credit Plan Copy paper, toner, cleaning supplies, file folders, desk supplies 413.14
46531 09/07/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 448.74
46532 09/07/17 6195 Pacific Parking Systems Launch ramp parking machine repairs 246.93
46533 09/07/17 6201 Pamela Griffin Wellness program instructor 180.00
46534 09/07/17 6283 Petty Cash Fund Vehicle parts, launch ramp parking refunds, office supplies 556.71
46535 09/07/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons Dredging/Project Management services 8,888.00
46536 09/07/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Village Carousel Courtyard area landscaping plumbing 573.09
46537 09/07/17 7572 Standard Insurance Company Group Term Life/Long-term Disability 3,183.55
46538 09/07/17 7768 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp Quarterly elevator maintenance service 3,996.62
46539 09/07/17 8204 VACCO (Ventura Air Conditioning) HVAC routine maintenance 676.00
46540 09/07/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 599.41
Accounts Payable Check Register – September 2017
September 2017, Check register, Page 1 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – September 2017
46541 09/07/17 8501 Warren Distributing Inc. Vehicle and boat oil, parts, etc. 296.56
46542 09/07/17 8551 Williams Automotive Inc. Vehicle repair parts 196.20
46543 09/07/17 11471 All Surface Construction Inc Asphalt repair at Harbor Cove due to water leak damage 850.00
46544 09/07/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Fiber/Wi-Fi services VPD HDQ 1,079.70
46545 09/07/17 14580 Blake Stok Services pertaining to Shellfish project 1,440.00
46546 09/07/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc VIM dock project draft IS/MND 1,087.50
46547 09/07/17 44160 Joyce Michaels Marketing Village entertainment 600.00
46548 09/07/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting 2 jobs; weather proof speakers & exterior patio repair 6,450.00
46549 09/07/17 51800 Maritime Institute Inc. Coast Guard training class 1,140.00
46550 09/07/17 51813 Mark Peterson Marketing Village entertainment 599.00
46551 09/07/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 94.34
46552 09/07/17 62810 Peter Holguin Construction Inc Fabricate/install employee inner office doors District office 360.00
46553 09/07/17 74343 Sommerville Associates Marketing public relations services 2,000.00
46554 09/07/17 75712 Stacey Reed Marketing-event production 225.00
46555 09/07/17 75910 Stringer Appliance Repair, Inc Washer/dryer repairs fisherman’s laundry room 410.14
46556 09/07/17 77812 Thermal Alliance Complete HVAC install Marketing/Marina offices 4,800.00
46557 09/07/17 80980 Univ of CA-Innovation Alliance VSE-Sea Sketch services 10,966.20
46558 09/07/17 PM OneTime Albert Delorey Refund key deposit 50.00
46559 09/12/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services 3,941.68
46560 09/22/17 1378 BC Tree Service Inc Remove diseased trees in Village 1,500.00
46561 09/22/17 1492 Big Brand Tire Company Tires for landscaping trailer 176.34
46562 09/22/17 1625 Byrd Locksmithing Inc. Village repair lock in men’s restroom-(Sock Store bldg) 391.08
46563 09/22/17 1663 Burons Preferred Pumping Inc. Quarterly grease trap/main sewer line maintenance 1,895.00
46564 09/22/17 1676 Carquest Auto Parts Vehicles parts 99.09
46565 09/22/17 1679 Carpi & Clay Washington lobbyist 5,000.00
46566 09/22/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 143.89
46567 09/22/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 520.04
46568 09/22/17 1925 City Of S. Buenaventura Trash service 100.00
46569 09/22/17 1925 City Of S. Buenaventura Trash service 100.00
46570 09/22/17 2065 Certified Credit Reporting Inc Credit report for potential tenant 27.00
46571 09/22/17 2093 Cumulus Broadcasting Inc. Marketing-advertising 2,104.00
46572 09/22/17 2099 Custom Embroidery Uniform hats 483.49
46573 09/22/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 800.00
46574 09/22/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 79.98
46575 09/22/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 508.62
September 2017, Check register, Page 2 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – September 2017
46576 09/22/17 2935 Farmer Bros. Co Coffee supplies 361.60
46577 09/22/17 2936 Fast Signs Village promenade banners; restroom signage 2,307.48
46578 09/22/17 2983 Federal Express Corporation Postage 60.11
46579 09/22/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Village restroom repair supplies 634.18
46580 09/22/17 3156 Frank Barajas Marketing Village entertainment 500.00
46581 09/22/17 3203 Fuller Paint & Glass Replace window panes in three Village office suites 2,091.53
46582 09/22/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Village restroom door vents 306.83
46583 09/22/17 3492 Green Thumb International Village landscaping materials 254.06
46584 09/22/17 3592 Hansen’s Plumbing, Inc. Coffee Dock water meter repairs & install water heater 1,070.42
46585 09/22/17 4295 Jensen Design & Survey Inc. Services on the pavement repair and slurry seal project 1,480.07
46586 09/22/17 4742 Kratos Construction Upgrade LED lighting 1559 Spinnaker courtyard (Brophy’s bldg) 1,650.00
46587 09/22/17 4852 Lagerlof Senecal Gosney Legal services 25,943.25
46588 09/22/17 4897 PORAC Legal Defense Fund Patrol-salary reduction benefit 168.00
46589 09/22/17 5011 Los Angeles Tourism & Annual membership 700.00
46590 09/22/17 5155 Major Engineering Marine Inc Replace pile guides 520.00
46591 09/22/17 5188 Matthew Bender & Co. Inc. Patrol Safety Code book 173.75
46592 09/22/17 5505 Muzicraft Inc. Ambient music in Village 329.50
46593 09/22/17 5744 Noble Consultants Inc. Services pertaining to Village docks D,G,H and inspect fish pier 5,899.99
46594 09/22/17 5995 Ojai Valley News Inc. Marketing-Advertising 250.00
46595 09/22/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 224.37
46596 09/22/17 6284 Peace Officers Research Assoc. Patrol-salary reduction benefit 114.00
46597 09/22/17 6361 Pitney Bowes Postage meter lease/Vlg office 34.72
46598 09/22/17 6470 LegalShield Salary reduction benefit 166.40
46599 09/22/17 6687 RRM Design Group Inc. Phase 3 construction 1,352.50
46600 09/22/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Services pertaining to Village window replacement project 228.75
46601 09/22/17 6900 Red Wing Shoe Store Dockmaster safety shoes-annual 139.41
46602 09/22/17 7015 Rick Wilborn Marketing-ad production 675.00
46603 09/22/17 7296 Searle Creative Group Marketing-social media advertising/production 2,493.75
46604 09/22/17 7299 Seaworthy Marina Products Exhaust repair parts for Patrol boat 17 672.42
46605 09/22/17 7346 Shell Fleet Plus Patrol vehicle fuel 699.87
46606 09/22/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Village landscaping pots 55.22
46607 09/22/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices 0.00
46608 09/22/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities 10,774.32
46609 09/22/17 7719 Teamsters Local No. 186 Union dues for Dockmasters 160.00
46610 09/22/17 7761 The Gas Company Utilities 402.94
September 2017, Check register, Page 3 of 5
ATTACHMENT 4
85
Ventura Port District 10/17/2017
Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – September 2017
46611 09/22/17 7777 The Signal Marketing-Advertising 395.00
46612 09/22/17 7965 TUG (Timberline User Group)-Membership (Sage Accounting software) 345.00
46613 09/22/17 8233 Venco Power Sweeping, Inc Monthly Village parking lot 415.38
46614 09/22/17 8239 Ventura County Reporter Marketing-Advertising 545.00
46615 09/22/17 8241 Ventura County Star Legal notices 1,344.25
46616 09/22/17 8244 Ventura Harbor Storage Fishermen’s storage/net repair area 6,113.01
46617 09/22/17 8250 Ventura Visitors & Convention Marketing-trade show coop; advertising 1,306.26
46618 09/22/17 8263 Ventura Pest Control Village service 348.00
46619 09/22/17 8501 Warren Distributing Inc. Vehicle and boat oil, parts, etc. 170.41
46620 09/22/17 8531 Whisenhunt Communication Public relations services 1,485.10
46621 09/22/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Village office Uverse internet-wi-fi service 150.78
46622 09/22/17 12945 Assurant Employee Benefits Dental insurance premiums 1,567.30
46623 09/22/17 15732 Boatyard Pub Board Commission closed session meal 210.63
46624 09/22/17 16150 Brendan Daly Photography Marketing-ad production 275.00
46625 09/22/17 20021 Coastal View News Marketing-advertising 694.00
46626 09/22/17 20200 CoStar Realty Information, Inc Leasing marketing data software 911.71
46627 09/22/17 22115 Dave’s Signs Harbor entry feature lettering repair 294.34
46628 09/22/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture 947.06
46629 09/22/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc VIM dock project draft IS/MND 1,920.00
46630 09/22/17 42471 JaniTek Cleaning Solutions Janitorial service for National Park Service Offices 1,495.50
46631 09/22/17 50071 LoopNet Internet leasing advertising 369.95
46632 09/22/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting Paint and safety stripe the staircase in the Carousel courtyard 2,925.00
46633 09/22/17 54430 Motionloft, Inc. Village traffic/pedestrian count equipment/service 24,999.00
46634 09/22/17 54575 Nathaniel Vandevyver Marketing-event production 36.00
46635 09/22/17 61954 Pacific Marine Repair Engine repairs and replace turbocharger on Fireboat 5,958.33
46636 09/22/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 1,433.66
46637 09/22/17 70281 Ring Central Inc District phone system 939.86
46638 09/22/17 75712 Stacey Reed Marketing-event production 90.00
46639 09/22/17 76015 Sunridge Landscape Maint., Inc Landscape services on Anchors Way, Spinnaker, Harbor Cove 2,630.00
46640 09/22/17 82201 Valley Scene Magazine Marketing-Advertising 1,575.00
46641 09/22/17 PM OneTime Amigos Travel Refund slip deposit 992.12
46642 09/22/17 PM OneTime Dave Beaudin Refund slip deposit 567.00
46643 09/22/17 PM OneTime Mark/Stan Schones Refund slip deposit 442.20
46644 09/22/17 PM OneTime Ventura Fish Company Refund slip deposit 1,974.58
46645 09/25/17 84600 Viola Inc. Progress payment Phase 3-Village Carousel courtyard 118,272.42
September 2017, Check register, Page 4 of 5
ATTACHMENT 4
86
Ventura Port District 10/17/2017
Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – September 2017
46646 09/25/17 3283 GFOA (Govt. Finance Officers Assoc.) – Annual GASB update webinar 135.00
46647 09/25/17 6409 Plauche & Carr Establish/research shellfish permitting process 907.50
46648 09/25/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Services pertaining to new suite formerly occupied by Dive Shop 2,878.75
46649 09/25/17 11570 Amazon Capital Services Board room TV; Patrol supplies; ceiling fan; uniforms; keyless pad 5,682.62
46650 09/25/17 15753 BMC Corporate Services LLC Marketing-event production 91.24
46651 09/25/17 85219 West Marine Pro Diesel oil filters and a tow hitch 142.44
46652 09/25/17 ** Void** Printing error 0.00
46653 09/27/17 3050 All That’s Fit to Print Marketing-ad production 712.50
Total Check Register $351,044.48 $0.00
Wells Fargo Grant Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
1046 09/22/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 10,522.78
1047 09/25/17 6409 Plauche & Carr VSE Aquaculture Grant 3,300.00
Total Check Register $13,822.78 $0.00
September 2017, Check register, Page 5 of 5
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Oscar Peña 07/07/17 LAZY DOG RESTAURANT Business meal Lunch w/ Commissioner’s Ashworth & Friedman 40.56
Oscar Peña 07/20/17 GREEK MEDITERRANEAN STEAK Business meal Orientation for Commissioner Stephens 55.83
Total General Manager’s Expenses 96.39
Brian Pendleton No activity –
Total Business Operations Manager’s Expenses –
Jessica Rauch 07/26/17 YELPINC*EAT24 LUCKY TH Business meal 7.26.17 Board closed session dinner 141.88
Jessica Rauch 07/16/17 CERRITOS SHERATON HOTE Conference Commissioner Valance-Annual JPIA Board Meeting 290.65
Jessica Rauch 07/21/17 ACT*California Marine Conference Parsons/Pendleton Fall CMANC Registration 790.00
Jessica Rauch 07/25/17 ICSC Membership ICSC Annual membership for Property Manager 270.00
Jessica Rauch 07/04/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Easel Pads for VSE site selection workshops 152.22
Jessica Rauch 07/05/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Mic for recorder used during Board meetings 57.95
Jessica Rauch 07/05/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Easels for VSE site selection workshops 237.52
Jessica Rauch 07/20/17 CUSTOM AWARDS AND ENGRAVI Office supplies Commissioner Stephen’s name plate 42.03
Total Administrative Assistant’s Expenses 1,982.25
Robin Baer No activity –
Total Property Manager’s Expenses –
Joe Gonzalez 07/14/17 INT’L CODE COUNCIL INC Membership J.Collins annual ICCI Electrical membership 395.00
Total Facilities Manager’s Expenses 395.00
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
July 2017
July 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 1 of 4
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88
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
July 2017
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/18/17 GREEK MEDITERRANEAN STEAK Business meal Welcome new hire lunch 30.18
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/27/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Business meal Journalist – lunch for CI Trip 34.77
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/09/17 CTC*CONSTANTCONTACT.COM E-Advertising Harbor Views Newsletter 20.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/20/17 FS *AngelCam E-Advertising WEB CAM 20.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/21/17 MAILCHIMP *MONTHLY E-Advertising Enewsletters 75.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/03/17 STU*SHINDIGZ DECORATIO Event production Banners – Wet Wednesday 27.98
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/06/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Seaside Kids Club- staff- coffee 10.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/05/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Seaside Kids Club – Supplies 94.60
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/06/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Seaside Kids Club – supplies (47.29)
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/06/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Seaside Kids Club – supplies 47.35
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/05/17 TARGET 00002980 Event production Scavenger Hunt Giveaways 12.88
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/10/17 TARGET 00002980 Event production Bubbles 46.21
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/13/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Seaside Kids Club – Coffee 2.50
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/13/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Seaside Kids Club -Coffee 16.75
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/17/17 OTC BRANDS, INC. Event production Seaside Kids Club 141.75
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/17/17 STICKER MULE Event production Seaside Kids Club – Harbor badges 488.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/19/17 DOLLAR TREE Event production Event Production – Kids Club 49.87
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/19/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Event – Seaside Kids Craft 109.88
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/20/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Seaside Kids Club – Staff – coffee 23.71
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/26/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Seaside Kids Club- craft 4.30
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/26/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Seaside Kids Club (40.93)
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/26/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Seaside Kids Club 58.58
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/26/17 ROSS STORES #91 Event production Seaside Kids Club 10.76
July 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 2 of 4
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89
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
July 2017
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/27/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Seaside Kids Club – Staff -coffee 9.75
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/27/17 OTC BRANDS, INC. Event production Seaside Kids Club Items 74.91
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/31/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Postcard stamps (for promo) 9.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/31/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Seaside Kids Club (42.99)
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/31/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Seaside Kids Club 15.83
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 07/28/17 BLINDS.COM #2150 Office supplies Office window coverings 447.35
Total Marketing Manager’s Expenses 1,750.70
Frank Locklear 07/09/17 LOGMEIN*GOTOMEETING Communications Port District teleconference charge 49.00
Frank Locklear 07/13/17 FRY’S ELECTRONICS # 44 Computer supplies 2 Computer monitors, stand & computer 663.83
Frank Locklear 07/16/17 FRY’S ELECTRONICS # 44 Operating supplies Mobile telephone chargers-trucks Sergio 55.00
Frank Locklear 07/13/17 FRY’S ELECTRONICS # 44 Office supplies Desk foot riser 64.64
Frank Locklear 07/27/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Telephone Headset Lifter for General Manager 28.77
Frank Locklear 07/27/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Telephone Headset for General Manager. 227.67
Frank Locklear 07/27/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Telephone Headset & Lifter Combo for Accounting 272.23
Frank Locklear 07/12/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Operating supplies Security camera’s for used oil station in Village 303.90
Total Marina Manager’s Expenses 1,665.04
July 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 3 of 4
ATTACHMENT 5
90
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
July 2017
John Higgins 07/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #1 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 07/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #2 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 07/31/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Operating supplies Beach safety cones 199.81
John Higgins 07/03/17 LA POLICE GEAR Uniforms Patrol MSO Uniform Polo’s 42.89
Total Harbormaster’s Expenses 244.68
Total Chase Credit Card Expenses 6,134.06$
July 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 4 of 4
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91
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Oscar Peña 08/14/17 LAZY DOG RESTAURANT Business meal Meeting w/ Commissioner’s Ashworth & Friedman 44.52
Total General Manager’s Expenses 44.52
Brian Pendleton 08/24/17 BROPHY BROS RESTAURANT Business meal Commissioner Meeting 59.49
Brian Pendleton 08/04/17 LAZY DOG RESTAURANT Business meal Meeting with Commissioner’s Ashworth & Brennan 40.12
Brian Pendleton 08/24/17 SOUTHWES 5268757107453 Conference CMANC Flight to San Jose 133.96
Total Business Operations Manager’s Expenses 233.57
Jessica Rauch 08/08/17 CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC FO Conference Pendleton Registration 125.00
Jessica Rauch 08/26/17 HERTZ RENT-A-CAR Conference Pendleton CMANC Rental Car 129.08
Jessica Rauch 08/14/17 IMAGE SOURCE Operating supplies Commissioner Stephens Headshot/panorama of Village 115.59
Jessica Rauch 08/28/17 CONFIDENTIAL DATA DESTRUC Outside Services Annual Document Shredding 180.00
Jessica Rauch 08/25/17 GOVERNMENT FINANCE Training Adkins Bond Disclosure Update Webinar 85.00
Total Administrative Assistant’s Expenses 634.67
Robin Baer 08/30/17 GREEK MEDITERRANEAN STEAK Business meal Harbor Tenant meeting regarding transient people in the Harbor 49.10
Total Property Manager’s Expenses 49.10
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
August 2017
August 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 1 of 3
ATTACHMENT 5
92
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
August 2017
Joe Gonzalez 08/29/17 OSI*UNITEDSTATESFLAG Operating supplies American & State Flags for VHV flag pole 259.27
Total Facilities Manager’s Expenses 259.27
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/11/17 ZUZA Advertising Ventura Harbor Rack Cards 850.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/09/17 CTC*CONSTANTCONTACT.COM E-Advertising Harbor Views Newsletter 20.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/20/17 FS *AngelCam E-Advertising WEB CAM 20.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/21/17 MAILCHIMP *MONTHLY E-Advertising Enewsletters 75.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/25/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS E-Advertising Content Marketing – Social Media 147.70
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/27/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS E-Advertising Content Marketing – Social Media 31.23
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/31/17 FACEBK *L65EGD6SY2 E-Advertising Boost Posts 37.24
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/03/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Seaside Kids Club Staff Coffee 9.75
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/04/17 TARGET 00002980 Event production Bubbles 16.13
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/18/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Bubbles 48.19
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/23/17 HOBBY LOBBY #606 Event production Parade of Lights – Boater gifts 81.92
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 08/20/17 ALPHA THRIFT STORE – SANT Office supplies Lockable File Cabinet 14.99
Total Marketing Manager’s Expenses 1,352.15
August 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 2 of 3
ATTACHMENT 5
93
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
August 2017
Frank Locklear 08/09/17 LOGMEIN*GOTOMEETING Communications Port District teleconference charge 49.00
Frank Locklear 08/04/17 OFFICE DEPOT #931 Computer supplies USB Jump Drive, Rubber bands 34.45
Frank Locklear 08/16/17 FRY’S ELECTRONICS # 44 Computer supplies 4 replacement server hard drives 256.42
Frank Locklear 08/23/17 PAYPAL *BESTBUYSOFT Computer supplies Adobe Acrobat Pro Software Marketing 259.90
Frank Locklear 08/31/17 APL*APPLE ONLINE STORE Computer supplies iPad tablet for Marketing surveys 370.27
Total Marina Manager’s Expenses 970.04
John Higgins 08/12/17 Amazon Prime Membership Miscellaneous Accidental Charge-Higgins to reimburse 106.67
John Higgins 08/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #1 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 08/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #2 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 08/20/17 HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS 200 Operating supplies Miscellaneous Tools 315.53
John Higgins 08/27/17 MICROSOFT *STORE Operating supplies Computer App 3.99
John Higgins 08/03/17 LA POLICE GEAR Uniforms Patrol uniforms 158.69
Total Harbormaster’s Expenses 586.86
Total Chase Credit Card Expenses $ 4,130.18
August 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 3 of 3
ATTACHMENT 5
94
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Oscar Peña No activity –
Total General Manager’s Expenses –
Brian Pendleton 09/05/17 BROPHY BROS RESTAURANT Business meal Lunch meeting 29.32
Brian Pendleton 09/28/17 LAZY DOG RESTAURANT 14 Business meal Meeting with Commissioner’s Ashworth & Brennan 50.36
Brian Pendleton 09/14/17 LAX SKY CALI PIZZA KITCH Conference CMANC Fall Meeting – Breakfast 9.69
Brian Pendleton 09/14/17 HUDSONNEWS ST887 Conference CMANC Fall Meeting – Lunch 7.63
Brian Pendleton 09/15/17 ZOCCOLIS DELI INC Conference CMANC Fall Meeting – Lunch 10.02
Brian Pendleton 09/15/17 SC SOQUEL/FRONT GARAGE Conference CMANC Fall Meeting – Parking 2.25
Brian Pendleton 09/15/17 SANTA CRUZ WINE SJC Conference CMANC Fall Meeting – Dinner 31.79
Brian Pendleton 09/15/17 SANTA CRUZ COFFEE ROAS Conference CMANC Fall Meeting – Breakfast 3.75
Brian Pendleton 09/15/17 DREAM INN Conference CMANC Fall Meeting – Hotel 246.52
Total Business Operations Manager’s Expenses 391.33
Jessica Rauch 09/27/17 MILANO’S ITALIAN RES Business meal Closed session Board meeting dinner 154.05
Jessica Rauch 09/12/17 ROADRUNNER SHUTTLE & LIMO Conference Pendleton transportation – CMANC Conference 151.80
Jessica Rauch 09/14/17 ICSC Return Conference ICSC conference fee return (325.00)
Jessica Rauch 09/14/17 ICSC Return Conference ICSC conference fee return (255.00)
Jessica Rauch 09/26/17 FRANCIS L. DEAN & ASSOCIA Conference ICSC booth insurance 94.00
Jessica Rauch 09/12/17 ICSC Membership Rauch Affiliate membership 50.00
Jessica Rauch 09/07/17 LIEN MACHINE 1 LTD Professional services Lien process – Dry Storage doubtful account 350.00
Total Administrative Assistant’s Expenses 219.85
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
September 2017
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ATTACHMENT 5
95
Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
September 2017
Robin Baer 09/09/17 NEOPLEXONLINE.COM Operating supplies Swooper Poles(banner poles)-replace vandalized poles 444.30
Total Property Manager’s Expenses 444.30
Joe Gonzalez 09/08/17 CALIFORNIA BUILDING OF Conference John Collins training (CALBO Registration) 830.00
Joe Gonzalez 09/13/17 California Building of Conference Refund overpayment of conference fee-Collins (415.00)
Total Facilities Manager’s Expenses 415.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/08/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Ad Production Harbor photo shoot props 148.02
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/15/17 BAREFOOT BOUTIQUE Advertising Media Visit Irish Times -Harbor gift 15.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/15/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Advertising Media Visit Irish Times- coffee 12.75
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/19/17 ROSS STORES #91 Advertising Media Visit Bag – taffy 4.99
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/12/17 VENTURA VILLAGE CAROUSEL Business meal Visit Ventura Board meeting 6.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/12/17 GOOD TIME DONUT Business meal Event review staff meeting 11.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/13/17 GREEK MEDITERRANEAN STEAK Business meal Visit Ventura Board meeting 64.88
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/25/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Business meal Meeting with Harbor tenant 5.60
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/21/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Business meal Meeting w/DVP Trolley with General Manager 7.75
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/09/17 CTC*CONSTANTCONTACT.COM E-Advertising Harbor Views 20.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/20/17 FS *AngelCam E-Advertising Web CAM 20.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/21/17 MAILCHIMP *MONTHLY E-Advertising Enewsletter 75.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/30/17 FACEBK *8E9LNDAKW2 E-Advertising Paid Boost 5.01
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/30/17 FACEBK *EPBKKDSSY2 E-Advertising Paid Boost 165.46
September 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 2 of 4
ATTACHMENT 5
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
September 2017
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/30/17 FACEBK *MPBKKDSSY2 E-Advertising Paid Boost 14.15
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/30/17 FACEBK *5E9LNDAKW2 E-Advertising Paid Boost 4.99
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/01/17 SMARTNFINAL39010103901 Event production Media Visit Bag – taffy 15.83
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/01/17 COASTAL CONE & THE PARLOR Event production Rock on the Dock – bottled water 8.00
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/08/17 SMARTNFINAL39010103901 Event production Rock on the Dock – bottled water 8.54
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/12/17 VONS Store00024315 Event production Rock on the Dock – bottled water 5.09
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/15/17 HARBOR MARKET & LIQUOR Event production Rock on the Dock – ice 3.01
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/15/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Bubbles 52.72
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/15/17 TARGET 00002980 Event production Bubbles 21.89
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/21/17 STU*SHINDIGZ DECORATIO Event production Trick or Treat banners 51.47
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/22/17 SMARTNFINAL91511309150 Event production Rock on the Dock – bottled water & ice 13.77
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/28/17 OTC BRANDS, INC. Event production Oriental Trading /candy 131.49
Jennifer Talt-Lundin 09/30/17 ALPHA THRIFT STORE – SANT Event production Seaside booth décor 6.99
Total Marketing Manager’s Expenses 899.40
Frank Locklear 09/09/17 LOGMEIN*GOTOMEETING Communications Port District teleconference charge 49.00
Frank Locklear 09/27/17 FRY’S ELECTRONICS # 44 Computer supplies Network switch components 316.70
Frank Locklear 09/27/17 FRY’S ELECTRONICS # 44 Computer supplies Accounting computer video card 31.25
Frank Locklear 09/07/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Wireless telephone headset lifters (2) 51.28
Frank Locklear 09/07/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office supplies Wireless telephone headsets (2) 445.48
Frank Locklear 09/14/17 DTV*DIRECTV SERVICE Operating supplies H.P. Patrol’s Direct TV Service 68.99
Total Marina Manager’s Expenses 962.70
September 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 3 of 4
ATTACHMENT 5
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
September 2017
John Higgins 09/16/17 HARBORTOWN POINT RES Business meal Reimbursed District lunch 6.47
John Higgins 09/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #1 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 09/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #2 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 09/07/17 GOLD COAST RECYCLING & TR Salvage Boat disposal 167.71
John Higgins 09/05/17 GOVX INC Uniforms Uniform pants 790.54
Total Harbormaster’s Expenses 586.86
Total Chase Credit Card Expenses 3,919.44$
September 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 4 of 4
ATTACHMENT 5
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 3
APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER NO. 4
AND NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR
THE VENTURA HARBOR VILLAGE
ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENT
PROJECT – PHASE III
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 3
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Richard Parsons, Project Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of Change Order No. 4 and Notice of Completion for the Ventura
Harbor Village Accessibility Improvement Project – Phase III
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners take the following action:
a) Approve contract change order no. 4 in the amount of $12,587.50 to the Agreement
dated, November 21, 2016 between the Port District and Viola, Inc.;
b) Adopt Resolution No. 3342, accepting the work of Viola, Inc. on the Ventura Harbor
Village Phase 3 Improvements; and
c) Authorize staff to prepare and record a Notice of Completion with the Ventura County
Recorder.
SUMMARY:
On November 21, 2016, the Port District entered into a contract with Viola, Inc. in the amount of
$1,570,909.28 for the Ventura Harbor Village Phase 3 Improvements. The work is now deemed
complete.
To date, three change orders totaling $180,472.01 have been approved by the District. A fourth
and final change order in the amount of $12,587.50 has now been reviewed by the project
architect, RRM Design Group, and found to be in conformance with the contract (see attached
letter, dated November 8, 2017).
BACKGROUND:
Over five years ago, the Port District embarked on a program to enhance both the aesthetics of
Ventura Harbor Village and to remedy differences related to the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA). Phases 1 and 2 of that program focused primarily on ADA improvements in the Village
proper, as well as, the parking lots. Phase 3, which is now complete, focuses on a substantial
aesthetic upgrade of the entry plaza between 1567 and 1575 Spinnaker Drive (i.e. between
Hat’s Unlimited and Beach Break), as well as, the connection between that plaza and the
harborside promenade. ADA issues were also addressed.
FISCAL IMPACT:
The final construction contract cost for the Phase 3 work is $1,763,968.79, which is within the
budget appropriation for this project in the Fiscal Year 16-17 and Fiscal Year 17-18 budgets.
ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – Architect Letter, dated November 8, 2017
Attachment 2 – Change Order No. 4
Attachment 3 – Resolution No. 3338
Attachment 4 – Notice of Completion
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3765 S. Higuera St., Ste. 102 • San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
p: (805) 543-1794 • f: (805) 543-4609
www.rrmdesign.com
a California corporation  Lenny Grant, Architect C26973  Jerry Michael, PE 36895, LS 6276  Jeff Ferber, LA 2844
November 8, 2017
Transmitted via email: rwpdredging@hotmail.com
Richard Parsons
Ventura Port District
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001-4229
RE: Ventura Harbor Village

Dear Richard,
Enclosed is the fourth and final contract change order for the Phase 3 improvements. RRM has
reviewed the contract amendments provided by Viola and does not take issue to the items
listed. The additional services requested are within substantial conformance to the work
performed based on earlier work directives coordinated by all parties. This completes the Phase
3 improvement project.
Sincerely,
RRM DESIGN GROUP
Chris Dufour
Senior Landscape Architect
Attachment: Prime Contract Change Order #4
sw\N:\2013\1313061-Ventura-Harbor-Village-Phase-I-Construction-Documents\Project-Management\Contracts\Addendums\Addendum-8\Prime Contract Change
Order #4-11-8-17-BPD.docx
ATTACHMENT 1 101
ATTACHMENT 2 102
ATTACHMENT 3 103
ATTACHMENT 3 104
RECORDING REQUESTED BY:
Ventura Port District
AND WHEN RECORDED MAIL TO:
Ventura Port District
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001-4229
NOTICE OF COMPLETION
(Notice pursuant to Civil Code Section 3093, must be recorded within 10 days after completion)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT:
1. The undersigned is an agent of the owner of the interest stated below.
2. The full name of the owner is Ventura Port District, a public benefit corporation and
independent special district organized and existing under the laws of the State of
California.
3. The full address of the owner is 1603 Anchors Way Drive, Ventura, CA 93001-4229.
4. The nature of the interest or estate is: fee simple.
5. The full name and full addresses of all co-owners who hold any title or interest with the
above-named owner in the property are: Not applicable; there are no co-owners.
6. A work of improvement on the property hereinafter described was completed on
November 6, 2017.
7. The work accomplished consisted of Ventura Harbor Village Accessibility Improvements
Project – Phase III.
8. The name of the contractor for the Phase III project is Viola, Inc. Constructors pursuant
to the Agreement, dated November 21, 2016.
9. The property on which said work of improvement was completed is in the City of San
Buenaventura, County of Ventura, State of California, and is described as Ventura
Harbor Village.
Ventura Port District
Date: ____________________ By: ________________________________
Oscar F. Peña, General Manager
___________________________________________________________________________
VERIFICATION
I, the undersigned, say that I am the General Manager of the declarant of the foregoing
completion; I have read said Notice of Completion and know the contents thereof; the same is
true of my own knowledge.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.
Executed on ________________________, at Ventura, California.

___________________________________
Oscar F. Peña, General Manager
ATTACHMENT 4 105
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 4
VENTURA SHELLFISH ENTERPRISE SITE
SELECTION ALTERNATIVES
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 4
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Everard Ashworth, Chairman
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
SUBJECT: Ventura Shellfish Enterprise Site Selection
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners authorize the General Manager to:
1) Prepare and submit permit applications to the U.S Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
for use of 2,000 acres of sea water bottom in federal waters near Ventura Harbor in
Block 665, the area generally depicted and described as Alternative #8 for the Ventura
Shellfish Enterprise (VSE) project; and,
2) Prepare and submit all other applications to local, state and federal agencies as required
for the VSE project; and,
3) Prepare all necessary surveys, studies, reports and federal environmental review
documents as directed by local, state and federal agencies as required for the VSE
project; and,
4) Return to the Board if there are any material changes to the proposed locations for
federal permits for the VSE project resulting from the permitting and/or environmental
review processes.
SUMMARY:
On October 11th, the Board of Port Commissioners received a report on the Ventura Shellfish
Enterprise (VSE) site selection workshops and siting alternatives. The VSE team has continued
to evaluate public comments received by stakeholders in response to the siting alternatives
(Alternatives #1-#7) in and around the identified candidate area in state waters. As a result, the
VSE team expanded its site search to include areas in federal waters near Ventura Harbor. This
search has led to the development of Alternative #8, which is the recommended alternative for
VSE project siting and preparation of permit applications. The location of Alternative #8 is
depicted and described in Attachment 1. The preparation of permits and initial supporting
documentation will take approximately 4 months and is subject to federal environmental review
once permit applications are received. This environmental review and permitting process is
estimated to take approximately one year from the time applications are received. Therefore the
VSE team estimates permit issuance in the 1st quarter of 2019 as shown in the Permit
Application Sequencing Timeline in Attachment 2.
BACKGROUND:
Project Goals
Increasing the supply of safe, sustainably produced domestic seafood is a priority of the State
Legislature, NOAA and the Department of Commerce. The Ventura Shellfish Enterprise (VSE)
is a multi-party initiative that seeks to permit twenty 100-acre plots for growing the
Mediterranean mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) via submerged long lines within the Santa
Barbara Channel near Ventura Harbor. The Ventura Port District (VPD) received a substantial
sub-award from a $300,000 NOAA 2015 Sea Grant for the proposed project in support of these
goals. As part of the 2015 Sea Grant, the VSE developed a Strategic Permitting Plan previously
provided to the Board and made available to stakeholders and the public. This Strategic
Permitting Plan provides a great deal of information about project goals, objectives and
regulatory requirements and can be found online at venturshellfishenterprises.com. However for
the District there are several key factors that align between its mission, goals and the proposed
project as summarized below:
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• Maintaining a safe and navigable harbor;
• Diversification of commercial fishing opportunities to benefit the fishing industry, local
and regional economies;
• Continued priority (as a commercial fishing harbor) for federal funding appropriations for
annual dredging of the federal harbor entrance.
Public Outreach
The VSE team hosted a series of public educational workshops this year regarding the
proposed project. In total there have been 10 educational and site selection workshops since
January. Of these, three workshops were held to engage with stakeholders to identify the
location of twenty 100 acre parcels within a broader area of interest that was identified through
use of a spatial planning tool developed by the Bren School of Environmental Science and
Management at UC Santa Barbara (UC Bren School). The focused site selection workshops
were held at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in our Harbor on July 11th and 13th and the final
workshop was held on August 9th. While in-person participation was strongly encouraged,
individuals who were not able to attend the meetings were provided the opportunity to comment
on site selection through SeaSketch linked to venturashellfishenterprise.com. Notice of the site
selection workshops was mailed out to over 500 commercial fishing vessel owners between
Goleta and Port Hueneme; additionally, VSE coordinated with NOAA representatives and
commercial fishermen to encourage their attendance. VSE also contacted all of the individuals
that have registered through the VSE website. This marine spatial planning opportunity was
available through Wednesday, August 9th, the date of the final site selection meeting. The
venturashellfishenterprise.com website continues to be used to communicate with interested
parties who registered on the website.
During and after the site selection workshops the Board of Port Commissioners has received
written and oral reports on the site selection process at four public meetings held on July 26th,
September 13th and 27th and October 11th.
Initial Candidate Area Considerations
The initial candidate area in state waters was selected by the VSE with the assistance of
analysis prepared by the UC Bren School. The selection of the candidate area is detailed in the
Strategic Permitting Plan; however some key considerations are summarized here. They
include suitability of the candidate growing area for mussels such as water depth and ocean
bottom; location in State waters near Ventura Harbor for product landing; avoidance of potential
pollution sources; and avoidance of conflicts with existing subsurface leases for oil and gas
pipelines, etc. Stakeholder considerations are discussed below.
Since the original candidate area was identified over two years ago, VSE has come to realize
that the minimum depth to support the mussel growing activities should be adjusted from 60 feet
to 80 feet. This depth is consistent with the only permitted mussel farm that can sell
Mediterranean Mussels (Santa Barbara Mariculture, which is located in 80 feet of water off
Hope Ranch), and with guidance that VSE has received from its aquaculture specialist – Scott
Lindell, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The minimum of 80’ reduces exposure to
various predator species (i.e. ducks) and potential storm surge, while the upper-end range of
approximately 115’ provides opportunities to scale operations.
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Siting Considerations and Expanded Candidate Area
With high levels of stakeholder engagement, ranging from existing users of the candidate area
to prospective grower producers and aquaculture industry experts, the VSE team with Board
concurrence expanded its site search to include areas in federal waters near Ventura Harbor.
Specifically the expanded candidate area comprises 200,000 acres in both state and federal
waters in Blocks 651, 652, 664, 665, 666. To understand this scale, the proposed VSE project
represents 2,000 acres or 1% of this 5 block area.
Additionally the VSE team has established criteria on which to evaluate and prioritize each siting
alternative. As a result, the VSE team constructed a siting decision matrix to quantify the
benefits of each potential siting configuration, and assist the Board in its decision-making
process. The stakeholder engagement process supported the identification of key factors upon
which to assist siting configuration decision making. Each of the criteria was assigned a weight
based on perceived relative importance to achieving optimal operational capacity and
minimizing potential user conflicts and environmental impacts. Siting alternatives were then
scored using a rating system that corresponds to preferences identified by the VSE team as
shown in Attachment 3. These criteria include:
• Approximate water depth
• Potential adverse water pollution sources
• Potential visual effects from shore
• Potential interaction with commercial and recreational fishing interests
• Subleasing or subpermitting complexities
• Potential overlap with subsurface leases
• Environmental review complexity
• Contiguous siting
• Distance from Harbor
Quantification of the eight siting configuration alternatives reveal significant advantages for
locating the VSE project in federal waters, and specifically for siting as depicted and described
as Alternative #8 in Block 665 which scored 206. The next two highest scores were Alternative
#6 which scored 144 and Alternative #7 which scored 140. Both of these alternatives are slight
variations of each other in the same general location in State waters.
Additionally, the VSE analyzed fish catch data for the 5 block area over a 5-year period. In this
200,000 acre area the data shows that the average annual wholesale value from 2012-2016
was approximately $2.96M in wholesale value. The VSE team projects that use of 2,000 or 1%
of this area for the proposed project at full build out and operation could generate $45M-$55M in
annual wholesale value. Many factors will ultimately determine actual revenue including project
size, growing conditions, operational interruptions, time period to full build out, market
conditions, project and operational costs, etc. In applying a factor of 50% to these preliminary
estimates, the project could still potentially generate $22.5M -$27.5M in annual wholesale value.
In summary, a siting configuration in Federal waters is similar to any alternative in the original
identified candidate area in terms of water column depth and bottom substrate. However,
Alternative #8 maintains additional advantages over any alternative in CA state waters because
of a reduced level of interference with commercial fishermen; potential improved water and
product quality; relative proximity to Ventura Harbor; resulting minimal visual impacts to the near
shore environment; and potential to realize economies of scale.
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Seafood Inspection Program (SIP)
At the inception of the VSE project, no pathway existed for compliance with the National
Shellfish Sanitation Program (NSSP) guidelines for shellfish grown in federal waters. There is
now a clear pathway forward through collaborative development with NOAA-SIP. In January
2017, NOAA-SIP, in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), began the
process of developing NSSP-compliant sanitation protocols for bivalve shellfish cultivated in
federal waters. This process culminated in a conditionally approved series of protocols that are
now being implemented by another federally permitted aquaculture project in southern
California known as Catalina Sea Ranch that is undergoing additional refinement. The protocols
cover both pre- and post-harvest elements of the NSSP Model Ordinance. These protocols can
serve as a template for further adaptation to the VSE project goals and needs. Such adaptations
will take into consideration the public-private nature of the VSE enterprise, the participation of
multiple grower-producers, its scale and ultimate location, and other factors. In consultation with
the FDA and California Department of Public Health, NOAA-SIP representatives are currently
developing an application process that establishes a pathway for the development of a
sanitation plan for new shellfish aquaculture operations in federal waters. VSE team member
Coastal Marine Biolabs (CMB) is committed to working collaboratively with NOAA-SIP and other
relevant federal entities on the development of a sanitation plan for a federal waters siting
alternative. CMB is also committed to establishing a centralized, federally approved, Ventura
Harbor-based testing facility to meet the testing requirements articulated in the sanitation plan.
This process can be initiated independently of the sanitation plan and concurrently with the
permit application process.
FISCAL IMPACT:
Staff will return to the Board as part of the mid-year budget process beginning in December to
discuss the current grant, District expenditures to date, as well as a report on the significant inkind
contributions made by VSE team members, which as reported to date total $246,087. On
October 11th, 2017 staff included VSE Cost Recap. This has been included again for your
information as Attachment 4.
ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – Alternatives 1 – 8
Attachment 2 – VSE Permit Application Sequencing Timeline
Attachment 3 – Site Selection Decision Matrix
Attachment 4 – Ventura Shellfish Enterprise Cost Recap
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ATTACHMENT 1
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ATTACHMENT 1
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ATTACHMENT 1
113
ATTACHMENT 1
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ATTACHMENT 1
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ATTACHMENT 1
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ATTACHMENT 1
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Northern
rectangle:
‐119.4065, 34.2672
‐119.4159, 34.2572
‐119.3898, 34.2402
‐119.3804, 34.2501
Southern
rectangle:
‐119.4098, 34.2509
‐119.4192, 34.2409
‐119.3931, 34.2239
‐119.3837, 34.2339
ATTACHMENT 1
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2017 2018 2019
Months M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A
Permit Application
Public Notice
Section 7 Consultation, Consultation Under MMPA, Public Interest Review,
NEPA Document
Application Review and Consistency Decision
Permit Application
Application Review and Certification Decision
401 Application
Permit Decision
Develop Project Description and Site Selection
Draft Biological Assessment and EFH Assessment
PATON Approval
PATON Application
2020
J F M A M J J A S O N D
ESA Section 7 and Magnuson-Stevens Consultation
ESA Section 7 Consultation
Draft BA and EFH
US Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Coast Guard
CA Coastal Commission
US EPA
LEGEND
Ventura Shellfish Enterprise
Permit Application Sequencing Timeline
In addition to the standard agency permit
application packages, Ventura Port District also
plans to submit substantive information on the
environmental setting for the project and
anticipated environmental impacts in order to
streamline the environmental review process, as
reflected in the timeline below.
The permit review periods shown in the timeline
are the maximum times provided for by applicable
statute or regulation. The time needed for each
agency to render a decision on its permit or
authorization is not estimated.
Develop Project Description and site selection
National Marine Fisheries Service
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
ATTACHMENT 2 119
VSE SITE SELECTION MATRIX
Alternatives Description
Approximate
Water Depth
(Prelim. Estimate
Ft.)
Potential
Adverse
Water
Pollution
Sources
Potential
Visual
Effects
From
Shore
Potential
Interaction with
Commercial CA
Halibut
Trawling
Operations
Potential
Interaction with
Commercial Bait
Fishing
Operations
Potential
Interaction with
Recreational
Fishing
Operations
Potential
Interaction with
Gillnet
Operations
Requires
Leasing
Structure with
CDFW
Potential
Overlap with
Subsurface
Leases
Complexity of
Environmental
Review
Contiguous
Siting
Distance
from
Ventura
Harbor
Total
Weights 1-5 (Scale: 1= Low Importance, 3=Moderate Importance, 5=High Importance) 4 5 3 4 3 2 3 5 5 5 4 3
Scoring 1-5 ( Scale: 1= Least Desirable, 3=Moderately Desirable, 5=Most Desirable)
80′ Contour – State Waters
Alternative #1 20 lease sites located along the 80′ contour at 45 degree angle 2 1 1 4 3 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 80
Alternative #2 20 lease sites along 80′ contour with contiguous straight-line outer edge. 2 1 1 4 3 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 83
Alternative #3 20 lease sites along 80′ contour with 2X2 configuration extending toward the middle
of candidate area. 3 4 2 3 4 3 4 1 5 1 4 2 137
3nm Line – State Waters
Alternative #4 20 lease sites along 3nm State waters line, six sites south of Pitas Pt. extend towards
the middle of the candidate area. 4 5 4 2 1 4 3 1 5 1 2 3 133
Alternative #5 20 lease sites that follows 3nm line intuitively.
4 5 4 2 1 4 1 5 1 4 3 132
Alternative #6 20 lease sites at 3nm line arranged in a 2X2 configuration. 5 5 3 1 2 4 3 1 5 1 4 4 144
Alternative #7 20 lease sites intuitively following the 3nm State waters line in a 2X2 configuration 5 5 3 1 2 4 3 1 5 1 3 4 140
Federal Waters
Alternative #8 20 lease sites outside of the 3nm State waters line, in Federal waters, arranged in
two, ten parcel 2X2 configurations slightly offset 5 5 5 5 2 4 2 5 5 5 4 5 206
Notes
Highest
Possible
Score:
300
Alternatives #1 and #2 Potential Adverse Water Pollution Sources: Five north eastern most sites are proximate to Carpinteria Waste Water Treatment Facility and in areas containing noticeable levels of natural oil/gas seepage (as stated in site selection meetings)
Alternatives #4 and #5 Potential Visual Effects from Shore: Surface buoy’s are approximately 3nm from shore, significantly reducing day and night time visual effects
Alternative #2 Potential Interaction with Halibut Trawling Activities: Provides contiguous straight-line outer edge in area closest to shore, potentially allows trawlers the most efficient pathway to pursue species
Alternative #3 Potential Interation with Commerical Baitfishing Operations: No lease sites extend south of Pitas Pt., reducing potential conflicts with bait fishing activities (as stated in site selection meetings)

Alternatives #1 and #2 Potential Overlap with Subsurface Leases: Lease sites proximate to Rincon Island potentially overlap with existing oil and gas subsurface leases
Complexity of Environmental
Review Alternatives #1 through #7 require a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review process. Whereas, Alternative #8 requires a NEPA review process.
ATTACHMENT 3 120
Ventura Shelfish Enterprise – Cost Recap
Grant Funding
Grant Billed Remaining
Scott Lindell-Salary/Bene 19,920.00 9,960.00 9,960.00
Scott Lindell-Travel 5,000.00 874.19 4,125.81
Plauche Carr-Legal 25,000.00 16,912.50 8,087.50 Contract for $30,000 ($5 + $25k)
(only $25k in grant)
Dudek 202,550.00 92,492.10 110,057.90
Expendables
Coastal Marine-Website 2,640.00
Cyborg Copies 32.33
12,000.00 2,672.33 9,327.67
$ 264,470.00 $ 122,911.12 $ 141,558.88
Reimbursement requested $ 107,205.48
Amount reimbursed to date $ 65,734.36
Still outstanding $ 41,471.12
Direct costs to District
Contract Billed Remaining
Plauche-special 23,500.00 21,926.08 1,573.92 Contract $23,500 ($8.5k + $15k)
Dudek 9% of grant 18,229.50 8,301.53 9,927.97
Dudek – Amend 2&3 15,065.00 15,053.75 11.25
Blake Stok 10,780.00 5,360.00 5,420.00
Seasketch-UCSB 1,000.00 1,000.00 –
Seasketch-UCSB 10,966.20 10,966.20 –
Seasketch-UCSB 4,974.00 – 4,974.00
Four Points – Meetings na 1,760.10
Cyborg Copies na 310.86
$ 84,514.70 $ 64,678.52 $ 21,907.14
ATTACHMENT 4 121
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
NOVEMBER 15, 2017
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 5
CONCEPTUAL APPROVAL OF A
SUCCESSION PLAN
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 5
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: November 15, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Oscar Pena, General Manager
SUBJECT: Succession Plan
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the concept of a succession plan, providing
additional input or direction to staff for development of a “final” succession plan.
PURPOSE:
Develop a succession plan for the District that creates effective strategies to attract, prepare
and retain needed future talent at all levels within the District.
BACKGROUND:
In the last several months the Board of Port Commissioners requested that staff develop an
overall succession plan for the District. The benefits of succession planning include:
• Having the right people in the right place at the right time
• Having qualified pools of candidates
• Having stability in leadership
• It helps individuals realize their career plans and aspirations
• The opportunity for timely institutional knowledge transfer
This plan concept proposed concentrates on knowledge transfer to all positions not solely in top
management positions.
The District has not changed its organizational structure in the last 15 to 20 years. As you are
aware the Port District does not have a wide range of management positions and turnover
continues to be low for long term employees. As a result, employees are often forced to sit back
and wait for retirements in order to advance within the organization.
As part of the development of a succession plan, I have collaborated with various department
managers to create new positions within their department that would enhance the cross training
needed to broaden their understanding. The new positions facilitate promotions of personnel
within the District organization structure, giving them a higher share of duties, with appropriate
compensation ranges taking into account the additional duties and responsibilities.
This succession plan offers continuity within the organization at various levels. The proposed
changes include:
• Deputy General Manager
• Deputy Harbormaster
• Finance Manager
• Accounting Assistant
• Electrical Technician I & II
• Mechanical Technician I & II
See attached Proposed Succession Plan and Salary Ranges.
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Staff is also proposing to change the title of two positions. Marketing Director is a more common
title in the industry than Marketing Manager. The salary range shall remain the same as
previously approved by the Board in July 5, 2017. Another proposed title change is Event
Permitting & Film Liaison. This part-time position was previously covered in the current Salary
Resolution under Temporary Employees (Administrative/Marketing Services). The salary range
will also remain the same.
If the Board is amenable to the proposed Succession Plan and Salary Ranges, we will include
the required job descriptions for submittal to the Board in December for final approval along with
an updated Salary Resolution. Staff will also include the potential fiscal impacts of any potential
changes for the remainder of this fiscal year. The creation of the new positions does not require
immediate implementation. Instead, the General Manager will work with other Department
Managers to determine the appropriate time to make the necessary changes.
FISCAL IMPACT:
To be provided to the Board at its next Regular Meeting.
ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – Proposed Succession Plan and Salary Ranges
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Proposed Succession Plan and Salary Ranges
11/08/2017
Min Max Min Max
* Deputy General Manager $9,923 $13,377 Proposed $119,078 $160,525
* Finance Manager $7,508 $11,701 Proposed $90,100 $140,412
Accounting Manager $5,881 $9,001 Current $70,572 $108,012
* Accounting Assistant $4,658 $6,323 Proposed $55,890 $75,874
Accounting Technician $3,443 $5,269 Current $41,316 $63,228
*** Harbor Master $7,106 $9,542 Proposed $85,275 $114,500
Harbor Master $5,664 $8,670 Current $67,968 $104,040
* Deputy Harbor Master $6,300 $9,100 Proposed $75,600 $109,200
** Marketing Director $5,283 $8,087 Proposed $63,396 $97,044
**** Marketing Manager $5,283 $8,087 Current $63,396 $97,044
* Event Permitting & Film Liason $11/hr $24/hr Proposed (Part-time) $11/hr $24/hr
*** Maintenance Supervisor $5,699 $8,000 Proposed $68,388 $96,000
Maintenance Supervisor $4,900 $7,499 Current $58,800 $89,988
** Mechanical Technician I $3,839 $5,873 Proposed $46,068 $70,476
**** Mechanical Technician $3,839 $5,873 Current $46,068 $70,476
* Mechanical Technician II $5,350 $7,700 Proposed $64,200 $92,400
** Electrical Technician I $3,839 $5,873 Proposed $46,068 $70,476
**** Electrical Technician $3,839 $5,873 Current $46,068 $70,476
* Electrical Technician II $5,350 $7,700 Proposed $64,200 $92,400
Notes:
* = New position
** = Title change
*** = Adjustment to existing range and an exempt position
**** = Position to be eliminated
Monthly Annual
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