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    Smile AFG Statistics as of Round 14

    Congrats to all of the winners this week.

    Appropriation for 2009:

    OPS: $366,150,000
    VEH: $141,250,000

    Awards Round 14:

    OPS: 211 awards......$24,611,000
    VEH: 83 awards......$17,243,068

    Total Awards To Date:

    4717 awards: $426,110,332

    Breakdown:

    OPS: 4200 awards......$320,471,718
    VEH: 517 awards......$105,638,614

    Funds Remaining:

    OPS: $45,678,282 (12%)
    VEH: $35,611,386 (25%)

    Average Award:

    OPS: $76,303
    VEH: $204,330

    Estimated Awards Remaining:

    OPS: 599
    VEH: 174

    Average Awards/Round:

    337

    Estimated Rounds Remaining:

    2

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    what do the stats for SAFER look like?

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    Now I'm concerned. 10'q received on March 27... Still no award

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffp20 View Post
    what do the stats for SAFER look like?
    ONE award today.
    8.3 million to hire back 46 firefighters that had not even been laid off.

    Seems to me that the rules for Safer are being made up as they go along this year. How about the billions of dollars in profits all the entertainment parks in Orlando make each year? Why are they not paying the tab for all the increased service requirements?

    Somehow it seems like these awards are political paybacks. Look at the majority of the Safer awards to date .

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRRESCUE View Post
    Now I'm concerned. 10'q received on March 27... Still no award
    How long did it take you to submit the 10Q? we received ours in the first week of April and sent it the next week, and were awarded today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCCFire09 View Post
    How long did it take you to submit the 10Q? we received ours in the first week of April and sent it the next week, and were awarded today.
    Mine was seven weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCCFire09 View Post
    How long did it take you to submit the 10Q? we received ours in the first week of April and sent it the next week, and were awarded today.
    between 2 to 3 weeks

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    Well I'd agree with you island if those folks were actually making money on the parks right about now. Remember none of us are visiting the Mouse and friends because everyone's cutting back. We went to Sea World in 2007 only because I was presenting at FH Central and was there already, otherwise wouldn't have made the trip because that would have been the most expensive breakfast with Kurt ever.

    OFD may have had them on the chopping block for July 1, we have several that the budget is set and the layoffs are going to be in effect Day 1 of the new fiscal year unless SAFER comes through. As long as that fact was documented in official city/town paperwork prior to Oct 31st 2008 that the layoffs were in effect as of X date, that qualified under the 'notification of layoff' clause they had in the PG. That getting clarified is why they extended the deadline.

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    it appears a fair amount of safer dough for hiring went out already. With big awards like orlando's, it aint gonna go very far i believe.

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    Wouldn't base that on the announcement lists, already had some larger awards get refused because of changes in the local economy since January in some areas. Always happens.

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