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1 YELLOW RED BLUE BLACK Gilchrist Park ADA Cypress Street Park $511,000 David Barksdale Senior Poinsettia Pond Pump Station $802,000 $654,000 Equipment $273,000 Fair Oaks Playground Design Freedman Tennis Complex $300,000 Grant Park $180,000 Greco Softball Complex Renovations $423,000 Henry & Ola Playground John R. Trinkle Multi-Purpose Facility (Community Ctr.) $325,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Rec. Center Kitchen Rehab. $59,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Rec. $36,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Rec. Center Pavillion $35,000 Brick Street Maintenance $500,000 Bridge Upgrading City-Wide Sea Wall Reconstruction $700,000 City-Wide Sidewalk $999,000 City-Wide Street Resurfacing $3 million Debt Service $20 million Henry & Ola Playground Soccer Field $75,000 Parks ADA Highland Pines Playground $653,000 Hyde Park Craft Center Addition $250,000 Lowry Park $365,000 Lowry Park Ballfield Relocation $245,000 Memorial Pool $48,000 Mickey Mcguire Creative Arts $308,000 On Hold M.L. King Jr. Center & Parking Lot $833,000 New Tampa Intelligent Transportation Systems Palma Ceia Playground $153,000 Minor Intersection Palma Ceia Playground Building $66,000 Neighborhood Traffic Calming Neighborhood Traffic Control Solution $242,000 Sidewalk, Street Resurface - Traffic Calming $850,000 Street Resurfacing $702,000 River Crest Park Riverfront Park $400,000 Vehicles and Equipment $3.9 million Vehicles Replacement Program $16.3 million Plant City YMCA $1.5 million Riverview Terrace Playground $178,000 Planteen Recreation $26,000 Seminole Recreation Center $65,000 Southwest Port Tampa Park $250,000 Tampa Park Plaza $60,000 Taylor Craft Center $350,000 $672,000 Street Resurfacing $427,700 Woodrow Wilson RR Crossing Replacement CITY OF TAMPA S FIRE RESCUE Temple Crest Playground $184,000 Virginia Rivers Center Development Williams Park Playground Activities Center $409,000 Ancillary Playground Equipment & Fall Surfaces City-Wide Cemetery $138,000 City-Wide Greenways & Trails $495,000 Fire Station #10 Floor $11,000 Fire Station #1 Headquarters Cooling Tower City-Wide Parkland & Facilities Acquisition $692,000 BOND S $510,000 New Play Equipment $393,000 Cuscaden Pool Renovations Various Fire Station Kitchen Renovations Parks Development $947,000 Downtown Waterfront Park $837,000 Park Improvement Projects $5 million Fort Brooke Park Hunt Center Relocation Various Fire Station Parking Lots & Hard Surface Vehicle Replacement Program $3.6 million Parks Shoreline Erosion Control $229,000 Lowry Park Ballfield Relocation $1.9 million Various Parks, Trails & Sidewalks Lowry Park Zoo Expansion $10 million Various Pool $140,000 Museum Of Art $27 million Vehicle Replacement Program $516,000 New Tampa Ballfield $947,000 Ribbon Of Green $2.2 million Tampa Theatre $488,000 Computer Systems $1.2 million Communication System Roadway $5 million POLICE District III Headquarters $1.8 million Headquarters Chiller & Cooling Tower $913,000 Vehicles And Equipment $13 million Youth League Lightning Replacement $31,000 STORMWATER PARKS AND RECREATION American Legion Playground Cleveland Street Drainage Ballast Point Park Renovations $469,000 Curiosity Creek Drainage Basin $3.7 million Bayshore Little League $100,000 Bobby Hicks Pool Copeland Park Community Center $89,000 Cypress Beach & Mullet Point Parks Designs $306,000 CIT: Improving Your Quality of Life Community Investment Tax YEAR ANNIVERSARY Port Tampa Center $350,000 Downtown Two-Way Street Configuration Plant City Tennis Center & Courts Signal System & Enhanced Network System & Emer. Preparedness Connections Document Name $121,000 $1.5 million $6.5 million South WestShore & Commerce Street Bicycle And Pedestrian Facilities $25,000 Samuel W. Cooper Park & Drainage Project (Jenkins St) $63,000 Police Dept. Hdqtrs. & Buildings Seminole Heights Cul-De-Sacs $2.6 million Mike Sansone Park Fuel Tanks East-West\New Tampa Roads South Howard Avenue Mike Sansone Park Restroom Facilities ns Report to the Citize nty of Hillsborough Cou PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION Cypress/Memorial (Lemon Street Ditch) Culvert Replacement $781,000 TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY S Davis Islands On-Ramp $265,000 Community Stadium $168 million Palma Ceia Drainage $1.1 million Buccaneers Training Facility $12 million How Is The Money Distributed Over 30 Years? Stadium Schools 25% 6% $290 million $1.2 billion Hillsborough County, Municipalities & Hartline Infrastructure, Public Safety & Other Projects 69% $3.3 billion Based on estimated $4.8 billion generated from tax over thirty-year lifespan Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Jim Norman, Chairman Ken Hagan, Vice Chair Brian Blair, Chaplain Kathy Castor Thomas Scott Mark Sharpe Ronda Storms

2 2 TBO.COM AN ADVERTISING SECTION OF THE TAMPA TRIBUNE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2006 CIT: IMPROVING YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TAX CIT projects 1996 Referendum Community Investment Thirty year Half-cent Sales Tax Shall Hillsborough County levy a half-cent sales tax for thirty years to be shared with the municipalities and the School Board to fi nance infrastructure for jails, police and Sheriff's equipment, fi re stations, emergencey vehicles, school construction, a community stadium, transportation improvements, libraries, parks, trails, stormwater improvements and public facilities. Hillsborough County Unincorporated Hillsborough County projects that are completed, ongoing and planned through 2011 include approximately $46.3 million in water/wastewater and reclaimed water projects to meet the needs of our growing community; more than $78 million in stormwater projects to alleviate fl ooding and more than $260.8 million in transportation projects. Not to mention over miles of roads have been resurfaced and miles of sidewalks installed through CIT funds. In addition, your Board of County Commissioners has built or is planning to build $11.6 million in new fi re stations; $30.1 million in court improvements; $68.1 million in new jail space; $7.2 million in new social and aging service centers; $48.9 million in parks improvements; and $20.6 million in new vehicles and equipment for the Sheriff and Fire Rescue. The County Commission also has made a commitment to the County through several projects planned through 2013, which include an additional $25 million for intersections; bike lanes and sidewalks; $50 million in stormwater projects; $7.5 million in traffi c safety improvements around schools; nearly $57 million in other transportation improvements; $64.5 million in Parks improvements; $66 million for a new jail; and $11.8 million for a new Courthouse in Plant City. cover the entire county Over the past nine years, the Community Investment Tax has generated $682 million to fund a wide range of improvements that will greatly benefi t our community. It is anticipated that the tax will generate approximately $4.8 billion over its thirty year life. The funds are and will be used for capital improvement projects throughout Hillsborough County, including the City of Tampa, Plant City and Temple Terrace in the following areas: education, public safety, transportation, water, wastewater, reclaimed water, stormwater, community stadiums, parks, libraries, museums, and government facilities. The Community Investment Tax is a half-penny sales tax approved by voters in September Twenty fi ve percent of the revenue collected from this tax is designated for the construction of new public school facilities. City of Tampa Since its beginning in fi scal year 1997, the city has appropriated $100 million in community investment tax dollars. These funds are dedicated to public safety, parks and recreation, stormwater and public works for vehicle and equipment replacement/upgrades and capital improvement projects. An additional $14 million has been appropriated for fi scal year The added funding will allow for the continuation of many programs initiated in previous years. This will include rubberized play surfaces; new shelters and playground units; park restroom renovations; covered basketball courts; fi eld lighting upgrades and improvements for fi ve recreation facilities; and the continuation of the citywide vehicle replacement program. Additional projects funded in fi scal year 2006 are $1.8 million for the District III Police Headquarters in East Tampa, for a gymnastics and recreation center in New Tampa, and $832,840 for the fi rst step in reconfi guring east-west downtown streets from one-way to two-way traffi c fl ow. The fi rst street to be converted is Madison Street from Ashley Drive to Pierce Street. The FY06 program continues the debt service for previously issued bonds for the Tampa Museum of Art, Lowry Park Zoo expansion, roadway construction and additional parks and recreation projects.

3 Temple Terrace The Community Investment Tax has funded over $6 million in projects that have directly benefi ted the citizens of Temple Terrace. Public safety communications and radio systems have been upgraded to improve interaction, monitoring, and reporting within the City s police and fi re departments and among the community and outside agencies. The Police Department has purchased 34 fully-equipped patrol vehicles using CIT funds, including several vehicles upgraded with AED (automated external defi brillator) devices and video cameras. In order to provide a more timely response to emergency calls, the Fire Department has added to its fl eet and equipped several vehicles, including two fully-equipped ambulances; a brush truck used to contain vehicle, trash, and off-road fi res; a 75-foot aerial ladder truck outfi tted with paramedic equipment; a fi re engine positioned for dispatch from Fire Station #1; and two administrative vehicles. CIT monies also have funded several building improvements in the City of Temple Terrace, including a 20,000-square-foot library expansion and renovation, substantial improvements to Fire Station #2, a keyless entry system for City Hall, and security cameras for the Police Department. Parks and Recreation facilities in Temple Terrace have also benefi ted. Approximately 7 acres of land have been purchased, including 6.5 acres in the City s downtown redevelopment area, and a half-acre on Overlook Drive for a park playground. to Parks facilities are on-going, including renovation of concession facilities and plans to renovate the Omar K. Lightfoot Recreation Center, which is home of the City s popular senior program. Recognizing the need to protect the Hillsborough River, a precious natural resource that fl ows through the City, Parks and Recreation has also completed improvements related to the environmental land acquisition and protection program (ELAPP). Hillsborough County School Board Community Investment Tax revenue bonds totaling $70 million were issued to the School Board in 1996 to build one new elementary school, one new high school, and one new career center. Additions and/or major renovations also were done at one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. CIT cash reserve funds were used to fund the construction of one new elementary school and a new middle school gymnasium. Some $235.5 million in Community Investment Tax Revenue Bonds were issued in From these funds the School District is building three new elementary schools, one new middle school, one K-8 school, and one adult technical center. Additions and/or major renovations are also being done at twelve elementary schools, nine middle schools, and eight high schools. Plant City Plant City has previously utilized CIT funds on a new City Hall, Boys & Girls Club, YMCA, and various recreation and playground facilities. Public safety needs have been addressed through a new Police Headquarters, Motor Garage and General Services Building. A key component of the city s stormwater management master plan has been addressed through the development of Samuel W. Cooper Park, which includes a 10-acre lake and drainage project that is enhanced with a walking/exercise trail, landscaping, and decorative lighting along the perimeter to also serve recreational needs of the community. Recreation and Park projects include the design and development of Ellis-Methvin Park, a new 46-acre regional park, and construction of the Plant City Tennis Center. Additional improvements are scheduled for various parks, including Mike Sansone Park and the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center. Transportation plans include various street resurfacing projects, traffi c signal network enhancements, replacement of the Alexander Street and Woodrow Wilson Street railroad crossings, Cherry Street traffi c calming and bike and nature trail improvements. Additional improvements include interior enhancements to the John R. Trinkle Multi-Purpose Facility, which is a joint project of the State of Florida, Hillsborough Community College and the City of Plant City. Sports Authority Funded by the Community Investment Tax, Raymond James Stadium, a premier sports facility, opened with a sold-out crowd. Opening on schedule and meeting the $168.5 million budget, the stadium was a culmination of modern design and groundbreaking innovations. Probably the most recognized and talked about elements of the stadium design are the pirate cove and ship in the north end zone, the picnic areas in the south end zone, the 65,000-square-foot club lounges complete with large multiple screen televisions, and the dual video boards in each end zone. 3 CIT: IMPROVING YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TAX TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2006 AN ADVERTISING SECTION OF THE TAMPA TRIBUNE-TIMES TBO.com For information on CIT projects, please call

4 4 TBO.COM AN ADVERTISING SECTION OF THE TAMPA TRIBUNE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2006 CIT: IMPROVING YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TAX GOVERNMENT FACILITIES & EQUIPMENT Brandon Regional Service Center $4.84 million Cooperative Extension Service Auditorium $650,000 Fred Karl Legal Center Reroof $8,000 Cancelled Lowry Park Zoo Contribution $7.76 million MOSI Expansion Children s Science Center $10 million MOSI E. Wing/N. Roof Repairs $750,000 MOSI W. Wing Repairs Design New Medical Examiner Facility $9.6 million Plant City Regional Service Center/Courthouse $16 million Project Research South County Service Center $4.2 million Tampa Bay History Center $17 million Design Temple Terrace Community Center $500,000 Cn-going USF Generator $450,000 Future PGM Document Management System $192,000 Public Art $281,000 PUBLIC SAFETY 512-Bed Jail (Maximum Security) $19.3 million 700 Twiggs St. Renovation $4.1 million County Center Security $100,000 Court Facilities Expansion $22.7 million Jail Expansion Phase IV $2.3 million Falkenburg Rd. Jail Expansion Phase VI $46.52 million Design Falkenburg Rd. Jail Expansion Phase VII $66 million Future Main Courthouse Phase I $868,000 Main Courthouse Phase II $6.57 million Design Main Courthouse Phase III & IV Consolidated With Phase II State Attorney Bridge Future Sheriff s Fleet Equipment Replacement $4.1 million Continuity Of County Govt. Phase II $3.8 million Future Computer Aided Dispatch Upgrade Funded With Ad Valorem Cops Ahead Equipment (24 Vehicles Purchased) $953,000 Criminal Justice Information System $7.4 million Special Needs Program Shelter Upgrades With Grant Dollars AGING & SOCIAL SERVICES Brandon Senior Adult Day Care Facility $1.04 million Manhattan Senior Adult Day Care Facility $1.18 million Regional Relief Center (Telephone Lines) With Grant Dollars Riverview Terrace Senior Center $1.75 million Land Acquisition CURRENT LISTING OF CIT S HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY S Legend: Red = Projects Black = /Future Projects Ruskin Service Center Rehab. $97,000 Town N Country Senior Center $1.94 million Design University Community Social Svcs. Center $1.27 million ANIMAL SERVICES Animal Services Investigation Kennel $1.23 million Animal Services Facilities $1.56 million CHILDREN S SERVICES Children s Services Athletic Center $1.2 million Children s Services Facilities $4 million Future FIRE SERVICES Apollo Beach Station Reroofi ng $63,000 Brandon Fire Station $536,000 Chapman Road Fire Station $3.06 million Cork-Knights Fire Station Const. $509,000 Country Place Fire Station $2.7 million Dover Fire Station Renovation $418,000 Falkenburg Road Station Reroofi ng $66,000 Lutz Fire Station 477,000 Midway Fire Station Renovation $187,000 North Hillsborough Station Renovation $540,000 Development Palm River Fire Station Renovation $428,000 River Oaks Fire Station $1.75 million Ruskin Station Renovation $24,000 Ruskin Fire Station Land Acquisition $336,000 Land Acquisition Sun City Center Fire Station $1.9 million Tampa Shores Fire Station $2.16 million West Hillsborough Station Reroofi ng $69,000 Ambulance Replacement $1.75 million Concrete Aprons At 5 Fire Stations $100,000 Fire Equipment & Refurbishments $2.89 million Fire Rescue Equipment Replacements $8.64 million Fire Rescue Headquarters $11,000 Deferred Fire Hydrant Installation $960,000 Ongoing Fire Station Code Compliance & Rehab Phase I $211,000 Fire Station Code Compliance Sprinklers Phase II $832,000 Mobile Emergency Operations Center Vehicle $80,000 SCBA Fire Rescue Breathing Apparatus $2.16 million TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS 22nd Street Main Street Community Plan $11.7 million Land Acquisition 40th St (Hillsborough - Busch) $4.3 million County Match Bell Shoals Rd (Bloomingdale - Boyette) $3.63 million Design Boyette Rd (US Bell Shoals) $5.23 million Design Boyette Rd (US Balm Riverview) $4.38 million Boyette Rd (Balm Riverview - Donneymoor) $5 million Future Boyette Rd (Donneymoor - Bell Shoals) $9.9 million Future Brandon Main Street Project Pauls Dr. $5.33 million Design Bruce B. Downs Phase I (I-75 - Regents Park) $30.6 million Design Citrus Park Community Plan Gunn To Ehrlich Design Citrus Park Blvd. (Partial Land Acqu./Const.) $10 million Future Gunn Highway (Ehrlich Rd. - S. Mobley) $9.11 million Land Acquisition Lithia Pinecrest Rd. Project Development Future Lumsden Rd (Providence-Pauls Dr) Lutz Lake Fern Rd. (Partial Land Acqu./Const.) $10 million Future Parsons Ave (SR 60 - Oakfi eld) $1.5 million Pending Providence Road Widening $9.79 million Race Track Rd (Hillsborough - S. Mobley) $15 million Land Acquisition Race Track Rd (Countryway - S. Mobley) $14.05 million Race Track Rd (Douglas - Linebaugh) $7.1 million Future Race Track Rd (Hillsborough - Douglas) $3 million Future Race Track Rd (Linebaugh - Countryway) $9.08 million Future Sligh Ave Extension/ Vandenburg Airport $992,000 Cancelled Town N Country Community Plan Paula/Ambassador $3.1 million Design Advanced Right-Of-Way Acquisition $14.2 million Intelligent Transport System Device Deployment $600,000 Design Intelligent Transport System Studies $1.9 million Design Calming FY 03 $325,000 Calming FY 04 $800,000 Calming FY 05 $800,000 Calming FY 06 $800,000 Calming FY 07 $800,000 Future Calming FY 08 $800,000 Future Program FY 04 $3.68 million Program FY 05 $2.55 million Program FY 06 $2.85 million Program FY 07 $3.5 million Future Program FY 08 $1.65 million Future Re-Surfacing of County Roads $16.43 million

5 5 Public Works Spray Equipment $187,000 School Transportation Safety $7.5 million Future Traffi c Management Center $7.5 million Land Acquisition Transportation Corridor Study $794,000 Transportation Studies For Greater Brandon $8,000 Other Transportation $14.8 million Future Intersections, Bike Lanes and Sidewalks $25 million Future INTERSECTIONS 78th Street/SR 60 $80, st Ave./Holly Road/ Bruce B. Downs Inters. $1.74 million Land Acquisition Adamo Dr East/ Falkenburg Road $530,000 Design Apollo Beach Blvd./US 41 Project Development $61,000 Balm Riverview Rd/Rhodine Intersection (Done By Developer) $39,000 Cancelled Balm Riverview Rd/ Boyette Rd $147,000 Bearss/Lake Magdalene $26,000 Bell Shoals/Rosemead $98,000 Big Bend Rd./US 41 $26,000 Competed Bruce B. Downs/ Lake Forest $187,000 Benjamin Rd/Waters Ave $2.89 million Big Bend/US 41 $26,000 Cancelled Boyette Rd./McMullen $922,000 Casey/Gunn Hwy. $282,000 Crosstown Expressway/ Falkenburg Rd. $216,000 Crosstown Expressway/ Falkenburg Rd. Signal $144,000 Dale Mabry/Hamilton (Done By University Community Hospital) $24,000 Durant At Dover Little Rd. $9,000 Fletcher Ave./Hidden River/ M. Bridge Int. $84,000 Grady Ave./Waters Ave. $52,000 Gunn Hwy/ Keystone Park Entrance $129,000 Gunn Hwy/Racetrack Rd. $1.63 Million Gunn Hwy/ Tarpon Springs Rd $69,000 Habana Ave./Waters Ave. $4,000 Hanley Rd/Waters Ave $6.27 million Land Acquisition Hesperides St/Sligh Ave $160,000 Kings Avenue/Chippenham Blvd. $25,000 Lake Carroll Way/Dale Mabry (Citizens Didn t Want Project) $66,000 Cancelled Lakeshore Rd/Van Dyke/ Livingston Avenue $107,000 Lakeshore Rd/Van Dyke Phase II $93,000 Design Lithia-Pinecrest/Bryan Rd. $1.86 million Lois Ave./Waters Ave. $23,000 Lutz Lake Fern Rd./ Sunlake Blvd. $178,000 McMullen At Tucker Rd. $64,000 N. Mobley At Walker Middle School (Left-turn Lane) $41,000 Newberger Rd. $402,000 Site Acquisition Oakfi eld/vonderburg $70,000 Palm River/US 301 $197,000 Providence & Providence Lakes Turn Lane $43,000 Racetrack Rd/Twin Branch Acres Rd $387,000 Sabal Industrial Blvd./US 301 Signal $69,000 Sabal Industrial Blvd./ US 301 $153,000 Savarese/Waters Ave. $24,000 Turkey Creek Rd./ Walden Lake Elementary $10,000 Williams Rd/ Old Sawmill Rd. $53,000 Zambito Road Realignment & Signalization $809,000 Pre-FY03 $860,000 FY03 $240,000 FY04 $240,000 FY05 $240,000 FY06 $240,000 FY07 $240,000 Future Critical Accident Mitigation/ Intersections $374,000 Intersection Master Plan Intersection Program Prioritization $34,000 Other Intersection $22,000 SIDEWALKS Sidewalk Retrofi t Funding FY 03 $5.83 million Sidewalk Retrofi t Funding FY 04 $1.4 million Sidewalk Retrofi t Funding FY 05 $1.2 million Sidewalk Retrofi t Funding FY 06 $1.2 million Sidewalk Retrofi t Funding FY 07 $2.7 million Future Sidewalk Retrofi t Funding FY 08 $1.2 million Future Transportation Priority Sidewalks $3 million BRIDGES Benjamin Rd Over Sweetwater Ck $1.02 million Land Acquisition Carruthers Rd Over Turkey Creek $302,000 Pending CR 579 Over Little Manatee River $303,000 Pending CR 579 Over Little Manatee River (S. Fork) $337,000 Pending CR 672 Over Hurrah Creek (Reallocated Funds) $348,000 Design Durant Rd Over Branch Of Turkey Creek $416,000 Land Acquisition East Bay Road Over Bullfrog Creek $2.18 million East Keysville Rd Over West Branch $400,000 Pending East Sligh Over Abandoned CSX Row $1.36 million Fairway Blvd. Over Flamingo Canal $1.37 million Design Grange Hall Loop Over Little Manatee River $391,000 Pending Hudson Lane Over Sweetwater Creek $99,000 Cancelled Jameson Rd Over Alafi a River (S. Prong) $85,000 Cancelled Knights Griffi n Rd Over Flint Creek $2.07 million Land Acquisition Lithia Pinecrest Over Alafi a Riv (S. Prong) $463,000 Memorial Hwy Over Dick Creek $1.93 Million Old Big Bend Over Bullfrog Creek $96,000 Cancelled Race Track Rd Over Double Branch Creek $2,000 Cancelled South CR 39 Over Alafi a River $3.81 million South CR 39 Over Little Manatee River $2.66 million Symmes Rd Over Bullfrog Creek $2.16 million Webb Rd Over Sweetwater Creek/Channel G $1.89 million General Bridge Fund $316,000 PARKS AND TRAILS Alderman s Ford Park $100,000 All Peoples Center Gymnasium Phase I $4.95 million Balm Park $40,000 Branchton Area Land Acquisition $1.5 million Citrus Park Little League $97,000 Carrollwood Cultural Land Land Acquisition $450,000 Future Carrollwood Cultural Center Additional Land Acquisitions $1.05 million Future Carrollwood Village Community/Rec Center $3.3 million Championship Park $40 million Future Ed Radice Park Phase II $1.98 Million E.G. Simmons Park $100,000 Eureka Springs Park $80,000 Fishhawk Sports Complex $8.1 million Design Flatwoods Park Campground $275,000 Development Jackson Springs Park ADA Compliance $280,000 Development Kenly Park Renovation/ ADA Compliance $275,000 Development Keystone Park $190,000 Lake Park 400,000 Lettuce Lake Park $100,000 Limona Park Lithia Springs Park $96,000 Live Oak Sports Complex $4.1 million Design Logan Gate Park $48,000 Lutz Little League $91,000 Lutz/Oscar Cooler Football Practice Field $500,000 Lutz/Oscar Cooler Soccer Complex $3.7 million Design Mango Park $750,000 Future Medard Park $30,000 Northdale Park Community Center $501,000 Northdale Community Center Addition $1.85 million Northdale-Lake Park Greenway Trail $744,000 Design Northeast Athletic Complex Land Acquisition $1.5 million CIT: IMPROVING YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TAX TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2006 AN ADVERTISING SECTION OF THE TAMPA TRIBUNE-TIMES TBO.com

6 6 TBO.COM AN ADVERTISING SECTION OF THE TAMPA TRIBUNE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2006 CIT: IMPROVING YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TAX Northwest Recreation Corridor Maintenance Bldg. $335,000 Future Northside Little League $99,000 Nye Park $100,000 Old Fort King Trail $3.39 million Orange Grove Park $70,000 Plant City Sports Complex Land Acq. $575,000 Ruskin Common Good South County Recreational Corridor Plan Future South Mobley Park (Phase II) $1.98 million Springhead Community Center Addition $750,000 Future Summerfi eld Soccer/ Footblall Complex $2.93 million Temple Terrace Bypass Canal Land Acquisition $400,000 Future Thatcher Park $28,000 Town N Country Greenway Connection $574,000 Design Town N Country Linear Park Extension $862,000 Town N Country/Shimberg Soccer Field Expansion $750,000 Future Town N Country Community Center $2.31 million Upper Tampa Bay Park $85,000 Upper Tampa Bay Trail Ph I $225,000 Upper Tampa Bay Trail Phase II $7.46 million Upper Tampa Bay Trail Ph III $81,000 Upper Tampa Bay Trail Phase IV $697,000 Land Acquisition Veteran s Memorial Park Land Acquisition $285,000 Future Waterset Sports Complex Design $596,000 Future Wildcat Creek Park $9,000 Wilderness Park $47,000 William Owens Pass Park $4.72 million ELAPP Sites (Public Access) $267,000 Lighting At Various Parks Lighting For Recreation Complexes $1.49 million Design Other Park Projects Future Trails Program Allocation $5 million Future UTILITIES Apollo Beach Boulevard Water Main $389,000 April Lane Water Main $35,000 Bellamy Road Reclaimed Water Did Not Qualify Bell Shoals Water Main Extension $94,000 Broadway Reclaimed Water $4,000 Byers Drive Water Main (Other Projects In Area) Cancelled Cain Rd. Reclaimed Water (Lack Of Customer Interest) Cancelled Camelot Woods Wastewater Connection $276,000 Carrollwood Springs Water Main $25,000 Carrollwood Springs Reclaimed Water Main $239,000 Carrollwood Water Franchise Acquisition $3.1 million Casey Road Reclaimed Water $258,000 Causeway Blvd. Line Extension $6.5 million Future CR 579 Water Main Interconnects $217,000 Dale Mabry Reclaimed Water $78,000 Ehrlich Rd Water Main Interconnects $40,000 Emerald Creek Wastewater Connection $159,000 Gunn Hwy/Van Dyke Road Reclaimed Water $719,000 Hammock Woods Wastewater (Disruptive To Community) Cancelled Heritage Crest Wastewater Connection $18,000 Hershel Heights Water Franchise Acquisition $300,000 Hollington Oaks Wastewater Connection $2,000 Hutchinson Rd. Reclaimed Water (Lack Of Customer Interest) Cancelled Lake Grady Water System $856,000 Lowell St. Water Connection Cancelled Miller Rd. Wastewater Pump Station $113,000 Mulrennan Road Water Main Interconnects $182,000 New Hope Water Mains $274,000 Northdale Reclaimed Water Deleted Northwest Acquifer (Project Cost Prohibitive) Cancelled Northwest ASR Ph I Test Well $729,000 Northwest ASR Ph II $43,000 Design Northwest County Reclaimed Water (Project Cost Prohibitive) Cancelled Northwest Reclaimed Water To South Mobley Interconnect $626,000 Oak Utilities Line/Pump Station $1.17 million Oakview Estates Water/ Wastewater System Cancelled Old Memorial Highway Water Main Extensions $160,000 Pine Street Water Main $190,000 Racetrack Rd/S. Mobley Rd Water Main $833,000 Ragg Road Reclaimed Water Interconnect $1,000 Rosemeade Lane Water Main Interconnect $12,000 Cancelled Rosier, Pam and Kenmore Water Main Replacements $164,000 Seaboard Wastewater Franchise Acquisition $600,000 Seaboard Water Franchise Acquisition $3 million Simmons Rd. Reclaimed Water Cancelled South County ASR Reclaimed Water Test Well $514,000 South County Reclaimed Water Extension To Alafi a $2.54 million South Mobley Reclaimed Water To Gunn Hwy $35,000 Cancelled Saint Cloud Water Main Extensions $148,000 Suncoast Corridor Reclaimed Water $19,000 Valrico AWT $1.57 million Valrico Hills Franch. Purchase And Water Connect $600,000 Valrico Hills Franch. Purchase And Wastewater Connect $1.45 million Wimauma Water System- Phase I $964,000 Wimauma Water System- Phase II $3.15 million Wimauma Water System- Phase III $2.48 million Countywide Wastewater Pump Station Telemetry System $115,000 Countywide Wastewater Retrofi t Expansion $1,600 Cancelled Schools Reclaimed Water $209,000 Future Acquisition Of Water/ Wastewater Utility Sys $11.94 million New Fire Hydrants (Approximately 50) $124,000 Retrofi t Expansions Cancelled LIBRARIES Brandon Library ADA Renovation $27,000 Lutz Library Re-Roof $73,000 Lutz Library Expansion $720,000 North Tampa Library A/C Replacement $12,000 North Tampa Library Branch Expansion $801,000 Peninsular Library ADA With Grant Riverview Library Carpet Repl. $22,000 Ruskin Library Carpet Repl. $30,000 Seminole Library Re-roof $61,000 South County Regional Library $8.34 million Thonotosassa Library ADA $20,000 Westgate Library Re-roof $135,000 Westgate Regional Library Renovation $876,000 West Tampa Library Renovation $604,000 Ybor Library ADA $109,000 STORMWATER 1st St Sw & 18th Ave Stormwater Drainage $228,000 15th St & 127th Ave Outfall $347,000 56th St & Palm River Rd Drainage $190,000 78th St & Palm River Rd. Culverts $27, th To Marjory Ave Outfall $91, th Ave & 131st Ave Stormsewers $53, th Ave. Outfall & Garland Ct. Drainage $360,000 Allegheny Dr. Culverts $134,000 Apollo Beach Rd Drainage $11,000 Apollo Beach Rd Drainage- Flamingo Rd $41,000 Archie Creek Master Plan $833,000 Bearss/Duck Pond Stormwater Collector Using Other Funds Bel Air Ave Culverts $164,000 Bentwood Dr Lake Level Control $194,000 Bloomingdale Rd. Underdrain $226,000 Braves Ct. & Tomahawk Trial Underdrain $89,000 Broadway (CR 574) & Williams Rd. Culverts $114,000 Bunker Hill Culverts 98,000 Caloosa Blvd Lake Level Control $149,000 Cambron Rd. Underdrain $67,000 Chelsea St Drainage System $73,000 Clair Mel City Underdrain $61,000 Cloister Dr. Culverts $119,000 Debuel Rd Storm Sewers $4,000 Cancelled Deerwood Cr (Woodlands) Underdrain $78,000

7 7 Delaney Creek (Reallocated Funds) $67,000 Domino Dr (Fairmont Mhp) Storm Sewers $288,000 Donneymoore Dr Drainage System $4,000 Cancelled EastLake Basin Drainage Impprovements $1,000 Cancelled Fordham Dr. Culverts Cancelled Gibsonton On The Bay Drainage $450,000 Gunlock Ave. Storm Sewer $193,000 Haynes Rd (East Of Mohr) Drainage $6,000 Himes Ave & Kirby St Drainage $254,000 Jersey Ave & Alpine Dr Drainage $99,000 Lake Hills Dr Culverts & Outfall $165,000 Langston & 12th Ave Outfall $254,000 Leonard Drive Culverts $86,000 Lutz-Lake Fern Rd. Drainage $99,000 May St. Outfall $53,000 McIntosh Cr & Westmore Drainage $69,000 Memorial Hwy (W. Of George) Underdrain $9,000 Cancelled Morris Bridge Rd. Drainage $65,000 N. Pebble Beach Lake Level Control $174,000 Oakvista Underdrain $44,000 Occident St Culverts $222,000 Orient Rd Drainage $5,000 Park Drive Outfall $122,000 Pebble Beach Blvd Lake Control Structures $108,000 Pemberton Creek $204,000 Rocky/Brushy Creek Basin $138,000 Shadow Run Cancelled Lower Sweetwater Creek Rocky Creek Outfall $639,000 Lower Sweetwater Creek Basin Funding Source Moved Sweetwater Creek/Hanley Rd. Storm Sewers $107,000 Summitview Dr. Drainage System $53,000 Sun City Area Phase III Funding Source Moved SunLake Subdivision Underdrain Using Other Funds Sunnyhill Rd. Drainage Cancelled USF Area Phase I & II Funding Source Moved Valley Forge Culverts 267,000 Wilder & Sam Allen Drainage $14,000 Williams Rd & Circle S Drainage $65,000 Windemere & Reindeer Rd Rainage $270,000 Windhorst & Windsor Ct Drainage $156,000 Winston Park Storm Sewers $864,000 Wishing Well, Phase I & II Culverts $57,000 Yule Lane And Tupelo Culverts $19,000 Acclerated Stormwater Program $68.4 million Future National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System $100,000 Stormwater Pumping Stations $129,000 Unallocated Stormwater Program $50 million Future HARTLINE S Hartline Vehicles $3.4 million (Matching Grants To Purchase 13 Buses, Vans And Electric Vehicles) SCHOOL BOARD S Adams Middle $9.3 million Addition/Renovation Anderson Elementary Funded By Other Sources Renovation Aparicio-Levy $4.6 million Technical Center Armwood High $2.3 million Addition Booker T. Washington K-8 Renovation $6.8 million Bowers-Whitley Career Center $14.3 million Brandon High School Renovation $14.9 million Buchanan Middle Renovation $9.0 million Clair-Mel Elementary Renovation $2.8 million Davis Elementary School $10.9 million Elementary School I $10.9 million Future Elementary School K $11.2 million Design East Bay High School $12.6 million Renovation Eisenhower Middle Addition/Renovation $12.4 million Fishhawk Elementary School $72,000 Using Other Funds Foster Elementary Renovation $1.3 million Franklin Magnet Addition/Renovation $9.2 million Gaither High Addition $2.6 million Gary Adult Replacement Funded By Other Sources Graham Elementary Renovation $1.9 million Greco Middle Addition/renovation $8.1 million Hillsborough High Renovation $9.8 million James Elementary Addition/Renovation $6.8 million Jefferson High School Renovation $17.2 million Kenly Elementary Renovation $4.1 million King High School Renovation $11.8 million Lanier Elementary Renovation Funded By Other Sources Lennard High School(RRR) $40.4 million Lomax Magnet Renovation $3.7 million Lutz Elementary Renovation $4.0 million Mann Middle Addition/Renovation $4.6 million McLane Middle Renovation/Gym Replacement $5.7 million Mendenhall Elementary $3.9 million Miles Elementary Renovation $3.7 million Mort Elementary Renovation $3.4 million Muller Elementary School $10.5 million Palm River Elementary Renovation $4.4 million Plant City High School Renovation $16.6 million Potter Elementary Addition/Renovation $5.1 million Rampello K-8 School $4.1 million Riverview High School $39.5 million Schmidt Elementary School $9.9 million Shaw Elementary Renovation $4.4 million Sheehy Elementary School $9,000 Partial Funding Shields Middle School $17.8 million Tampa Bay Technical Renovation $12.8 million Van Buren Middle Addition/Renovation $1.2 million Webb Middle Addition/Renovation $7.4 million Parking Facility $5.7 million TEMPLE TERRACE S City Hall $33,000 Fire Department Administration Vehicles $52,000 Fire Department Brush Truck $53,000 Fire Department EMS Ambulance & Equipment $432,000 Fire Department Engine $547,000 Fire Department Ladder Truck $597,000 Fire Station #2 $350,000 Misc. Building $67,000 Misc. Park $84,000 Park Facility $123,000 Public Library 20,000 Sq Ft Renovation/Addition $1.3 million Public Safety Computer System $1.2 million Public Safety Radio Upgrades Police Vehicles & Equipment $760,000 Riverhills And Park Land (Town Center) $497,000 PLANT CITY S Alexander Street RR Crossing Replacement $225,000 Bike & Nature Trail $20,000 Boys & Girls Club Building $100,000 Cemetery Fuel Tanks $30,000 Cherry Street Traffi c Calming New City Hall $6.25 million Courier Field $32,000 Dort Street Tennis Court $10,000 Ellis Park Design Ellis-Methvin Park Development CIT: IMPROVING YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TAX TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2006 AN ADVERTISING SECTION OF THE TAMPA TRIBUNE-TIMES TBO.com

8 YELLOW RED BLUE BLACK Gilchrist Park ADA Cypress Street Park $511,000 David Barksdale Senior Poinsettia Pond Pump Station $802,000 $654,000 Equipment $273,000 Fair Oaks Playground Design Freedman Tennis Complex $300,000 Grant Park $180,000 Greco Softball Complex Renovations $423,000 Henry & Ola Playground John R. Trinkle Multi-Purpose Facility (Community Ctr.) $325,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Rec. Center Kitchen Rehab. $59,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Rec. $36,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Rec. Center Pavillion $35,000 Brick Street Maintenance $500,000 Bridge Upgrading City-Wide Sea Wall Reconstruction $700,000 City-Wide Sidewalk $999,000 City-Wide Street Resurfacing $3 million Debt Service $20 million Henry & Ola Playground Soccer Field $75,000 Parks ADA Highland Pines Playground $653,000 Hyde Park Craft Center Addition $250,000 Lowry Park $365,000 Lowry Park Ballfield Relocation $245,000 Memorial Pool $48,000 Mickey Mcguire Creative Arts $308,000 On Hold M.L. King Jr. Center & Parking Lot $833,000 New Tampa Intelligent Transportation Systems Palma Ceia Playground $153,000 Minor Intersection Palma Ceia Playground Building $66,000 Neighborhood Traffic Calming Neighborhood Traffic Control Solution $242,000 Sidewalk, Street Resurface - Traffic Calming $850,000 Street Resurfacing $702,000 River Crest Park Riverfront Park $400,000 Vehicles and Equipment $3.9 million Vehicles Replacement Program $16.3 million Plant City YMCA $1.5 million Riverview Terrace Playground $178,000 Planteen Recreation $26,000 Seminole Recreation Center $65,000 Southwest Port Tampa Park $250,000 Tampa Park Plaza $60,000 Taylor Craft Center $350,000 $672,000 Street Resurfacing $427,700 Woodrow Wilson RR Crossing Replacement CITY OF TAMPA S FIRE RESCUE Temple Crest Playground $184,000 Virginia Rivers Center Development Williams Park Playground Activities Center $409,000 Ancillary Playground Equipment & Fall Surfaces City-Wide Cemetery $138,000 City-Wide Greenways & Trails $495,000 Fire Station #10 Floor $11,000 Fire Station #1 Headquarters Cooling Tower City-Wide Parkland & Facilities Acquisition $692,000 BOND S $510,000 New Play Equipment $393,000 Cuscaden Pool Renovations Various Fire Station Kitchen Renovations Parks Development $947,000 Downtown Waterfront Park $837,000 Park Improvement Projects $5 million Fort Brooke Park Hunt Center Relocation Various Fire Station Parking Lots & Hard Surface Vehicle Replacement Program $3.6 million Parks Shoreline Erosion Control $229,000 Lowry Park Ballfield Relocation $1.9 million Various Parks, Trails & Sidewalks Lowry Park Zoo Expansion $10 million Various Pool $140,000 Museum Of Art $27 million Vehicle Replacement Program $516,000 New Tampa Ballfield $947,000 Ribbon Of Green $2.2 million Tampa Theatre $488,000 Computer Systems $1.2 million Communication System Roadway $5 million POLICE District III Headquarters $1.8 million Headquarters Chiller & Cooling Tower $913,000 Vehicles And Equipment $13 million Youth League Lightning Replacement $31,000 STORMWATER PARKS AND RECREATION American Legion Playground Cleveland Street Drainage Ballast Point Park Renovations $469,000 Curiosity Creek Drainage Basin $3.7 million Bayshore Little League $100,000 Bobby Hicks Pool Copeland Park Community Center $89,000 Cypress Beach & Mullet Point Parks Designs $306,000 CIT: Improving Your Quality of Life Community Investment Tax YEAR ANNIVERSARY Port Tampa Center $350,000 Downtown Two-Way Street Configuration Plant City Tennis Center & Courts Signal System & Enhanced Network System & Emer. Preparedness Connections Document Name $121,000 $1.5 million $6.5 million South WestShore & Commerce Street Bicycle And Pedestrian Facilities $25,000 Samuel W. Cooper Park & Drainage Project (Jenkins St) $63,000 Police Dept. Hdqtrs. & Buildings Seminole Heights Cul-De-Sacs $2.6 million Mike Sansone Park Fuel Tanks East-West\New Tampa Roads South Howard Avenue Mike Sansone Park Restroom Facilities ns Report to the Citize nty of Hillsborough Cou PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORTATION Cypress/Memorial (Lemon Street Ditch) Culvert Replacement $781,000 TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY S Davis Islands On-Ramp $265,000 Community Stadium $168 million Palma Ceia Drainage $1.1 million Buccaneers Training Facility $12 million How Is The Money Distributed Over 30 Years? Stadium Schools 25% 6% $290 million $1.2 billion Hillsborough County, Municipalities & Hartline Infrastructure, Public Safety & Other Projects 69% $3.3 billion Based on estimated $4.8 billion generated from tax over thirty-year lifespan Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Jim Norman, Chairman Ken Hagan, Vice Chair Brian Blair, Chaplain Kathy Castor Thomas Scott Mark Sharpe Ronda Storms