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CAPITAL BUDGET AGENDA
FOR THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25, 2021

1. Opening Remarks – John Rodey, CAO 5:00 – 5:10
– George Lozon, Treasurer

2. Capital Budget

A) Fire department presentation 5:10 – 5:30

B) Community Service presentation 5:30 – 6:30

C) Public Works 6:30 – 7:45

3. Capital Budget Wrap-up 7:45 – 8:00

REPORT

MEETING TO BE CONSIDERED: November 25, 2021

DATE: October 16, 2021

TO: Mayor Steve Arnold & St. Clair Township Council John Rodey, CAO
Jeff Baranek, Clerk

FROM: George Lozon, CPA, CGA Treasurer

RE: 2022 Capital Budget

Recommendation: Be it resolved that the initial 2022 capital budget financial package be received for review and discussion.

We recommend Council review and discuss in detail the capital projects and financing since it affects future years especially since engineering studies and government approval are required. Please note that our ICIF grant is being budgeted at our 2021 levels of $1,172,395. However, the province in the fall economic statement on November 4th released this:
The FES announcement meets and exceeds AMO’s calls for additional funding for the OCIF, effectively providing an additional $200 million annually over 5 years to double the OCIF envelope formula allocation. The redesigned OCIF makes several important changes beginning in 2022.
The province hasn’t stated what effect this will have on our 2022 allocation, but we are hoping they will notify us before we get to the operating budget in February, so any increases in grants can be incorporated into our capital budget.
We met with department heads to review their priorities for the 2022 capital budget. The department head provided functional capital budget sheets and an overview based on their responsibility which can be found under the project number tabs. A summary of the prioritized projects for the year 2022 is attached on exhibit A1 to A4 along with the projected reserves on exhibit B. The bolded lines in exhibit A2 to A4 represent the suggested approved projects, and column I represents the total which is reflected on the

2022 budget summary page (exhibit A1). The initial budget contains an incremental increase of $669,989 (exhibit A1, Column H, Line 48) over the 2021 approved capital budget.
Should you have any questions pertaining to any aspect of the 2022 capital budget package please feel free to contact me.

Respectfully Submitted,

George Lozon, CPA, CGA Deputy Treasurer

John Rodey CAO

A E F G H I J
1 ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP
2
3 NET CAPITAL FINANCING BUDGET SUMMARY 2019 to 2022
4
5 2019 2020 2021 2022 2021/2022
6 Approved Approved Approved Preliminary Change
7 Jan.17,2019 Feb. 10, 2020 Feb.25, 2021
8
9 Fire 523,743 558,743 511,743 503,743 (8,000)
10
11 Gen Adm. Information Technology 40,000 – – –
12
13 Complex 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 –
14 Recreational Facilities 100,000 100,000 100,000 188,000 88,000
15 Parks Equipment 40,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 –
16 Parks Facilities & Improvements – 270,000 329,335 515,593 186,258
17
18 Golf – – – –
19 Campgrounds 3,503 – – – –
20 Museum’s – 20,000 33,500 – (33,500)
21
22 Roads 1,928,938 1,922,938 1,387,938 1,802,938 415,000
23 Asset Management – – –
24 PW Operations Buildings 25,000 150,000 50,000 100,000 50,000
25
26 Bridges 815,000 687,500 580,000 1,070,000 490,000
27
28 Culvert 45,000 – – –
29
30 Sidewalk 37,500 – – –
31 Storm 100,000 100,000 100,000 72,500 (27,500)
32 Trails, Erosion & Seawall – 50,000 60,000 – (60,000)
33 Street Lights/Signs 40,000 270,000 – (270,000)
34
35 Drain 289,834 312,834 191,834 201,834 10,000
36
37 Total before Grants 4,021,018 4,529,515 3,854,350 4,694,608 840,258
38
39 Less: AMO GAS Tax Revenue (427,316) (427,316) (446,740) (446,740) –
40 Less: AMO GAS top up unused 2021 (470,926) (130,000) (130,000)
41 Less: OCIF Formula component (1,193,967) (1,172,395) (1,172,395) (1,172,395) –
42 Less: Unused Service Delivery grant (183,394) Not confirmed Not confirmed
44 Less: Transfer to Road reserves 40,269 (40,269)
45
46 Taxation Levy after Grants 2,399,735 2,275,484 2,275,484 2,945,473 669,989
47
48 2022 Yearly Incremental difference (Col H – Col G Line 46) – 669,989 Difference
49
50 Reserve Financing
51 Golf Course 100,000 270,000 180,000 250,000
52 Public Works-Equipment 143,000 286,000 593,000 1,335,000
53 Water 1,145,000 1,243,000 1,305,000 1,487,000
54 Sanitary 2,050,000 1,005,000 530,000 710,000
55
56 Total 5,837,735 5,079,484 4,883,484 7,397,462

2021‐11‐16 Exhibit A 1

A B C D E F G H I J K L
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Rev Total Initial Educ &
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Fund By Function Reserves Envir
3
4 2022-01 Fire Radio System replace-finance by County 2022 15 110,155 110,155 110,155
5 2022-02 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 400,000 100,000 300,000 410,155 Grant OMPF
6 2022-03 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 453,743 Res Fire Facilities Lifecycle
7 2022-04 Fire Station 2 Courtright Repaving 20 95,000 45,000 50,000 503,743 Res Fire Facilities Lifecycle 45,000
8 2022-05 Fire Special Operations Vehicle 9 85,000 85,000 – 503,743 Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 85,000
9
10 2022-06 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 45,000 45,000 – – Res Gen Equipt 45,000
11
12 2022-20 Complex Annual Reserve Contribution 15 200,000 50,000 150,000 150,000 Ext OMPF Grant
13 2021-25 Complex Plan B Rink Conver. New Plant refrigt-2023 debnt pymt $175,000/yr for 25 y 3,500,000 3,500,000 – 150,000 Ext Grt Inf Resi 400, & Deb 3.1 mill
14 2022-21 Complex Roof Replacements 275,000 275,000 – 150,000 Res. Complex
15 2022-22 Complex Change Room Tile Flooring 60,000 60,000 – 150,000 Res. Complex 335,000
16
17 2022-30 Rec. Fac. Facilities Lifecycle Annual Contribution per AMP 50 150,000 50,000 100,000 100,000 Ext OMPF Grant
18 2022-31 Rec. Fac. Emergency Services Building Generator 25 60,000 60,000 – 100,000 Res. Rec. Facilities Lifecycle
19 2022-33 Rec. Fac. Emergency Services Front Façade & Eves 50,000 50,000 – 100,000 Res. Rec. Facilities Lifecycle 230,000
20 2022-34 Rec. Fac. Optimist Carpet 20 40,700 40,700 – 100,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 40,700
21 2022-35 Rec. Fac. Railings at MSC,Civic,Corunna Lib,Emergency Services 50 58,000 20,000 38,000 138,000 Res. Rec. Facilities Lifecycle
22 2022-36 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre Windows 100,000 100,000 – 138,000 Res. Rec. Facilities Lifecycle
23 2022-37 Rec. Fac. Brigden Hall Fire Deficiencies 25 50,000 50,000 – 138,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
24 2022-38 Rec. Fac. Sombra Hall Floor & Drainage Issues 25 15,000 15,000 – 138,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 15,000
25 2022-50 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre Expansion of Offices 50 50,000 50,000 188,000
26 2022-32 Rec. Fac. Emergency Services Roof Top Access 40 120,000 120,000 308,000
27 2022-39 Rec. Fac. Paving 10 10,000 10,000 318,000
28 2022-40 Rec. Fac. Emergency Services Windows 25 100,000 100,000 418,000
29 2022-41 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre Front Steps 10,000 10,000 428,000
30 2022-42 Rec. Fac. Rapids Health Centre Paving 50 44,000 44,000 472,000
31 2022-43 Rec. Fac. Rapids Health Centre Front Vestibule Entrance 25 100,000 100,000 572,000
32 2022-45 Rec. Fac. Wilkesport Hall Paving 25 15,500 15,500 587,500
33 2022-46 Rec. Fac. Port Lambton Hall Eves Trough & Half Moon Over Door & Sidewalk Repairs 10,000 10,000 597,500
34 2022-47 Rec. Fac. Corunna Library-Paving Parking Lot 32,000 32,000 629,500
35 2022-48 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre Front Sign 20 15,000 15,000 644,500
36 2022-49 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre Washrooms 25 60,000 60,000 704,500
37 2022-51 Rec. Fac. Corunna Library Window Replacement 72,000 29,000 43,000 747,500 Dev Chg Corunna Library 29,000
38
39 2022-60 Mus Moore Museum-Construction of Garage for Antique Vehicle Exhibit 50 15,000 15,000 – – Res Moore Museum
40 2022-62 Mus Moore Museum-Reilley Cottage Renovations 40 15,000 15,000 – – Res Moore Museum
41 2022-63 Mus Sombra Museum-Bury House Chimney Refurbishment 25 6,500 6,500 – – Res Sombra Museum 36,500
42 2022-64 Mus Sombra Museum-Storage Building-5 Year Project Costing 462,000 50 50,000 50,000 50,000 Res Sombra Museum
43
44 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF
45 2022-65 Parks Tractor-Ball Diamond Groomers 54,000 54,000 – 90,000 Parks Equp & Veh Reserve
46 2022-66 Parks Out Front Mower 28,000 28,000 – 90,000 Parks Equp & Veh Reserve
47 2022-67 Parks Zero Turn Mower 19,000 19,000 – 90,000 Parks Equp & Veh Reserve
48 2022-68 Parks Tri-Deck Tow Behind 16′ 27,000 27,000 – 90,000 Parks Equp & Veh Reserve
49 2022-69 Parks Washpad for Equipment 50,000 50,000 – 90,000 Parks Equp & Veh Reserve 178,000
50
51

A B C D E F G H I J K L
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Rev Total Initial Educ &
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Fund By Function Reserves Envir
52 2022-71 Prk Fac Brigden Splash Pad Repair 10 100,000 85,000 15,000 15,000 Res. Educ & Envir 85,000
53 2022-76 Prk Fac Play Ground Upgrade & Replace Resurfacing 10 60,000 15,000 45,000 60,000 Deferred Revenue- Parkland
54 2022-74 Prk Fac Mooretown Centennial Board Walk Repairs 50 85,000 85,000 145,000
55 2022-75 Prk Fac Seager River Park-Sea Wall Repair 50 67,500 67,500 – 145,000 Res Educ & Envir 67,500
56 2022-70 Prk Fac Park Dale Parking 40 12,000 12,000 157,000
57 2022-72 Prk Fac Dugouts/Bleachers/Fences 25 50,000 50,000 207,000
58 2022-73 Prk Fac Shoreline at Dedecker 10 480,000 171,407 308,593 515,593 Res.Park.Endow.75,407;Dev.Chg.96 75,407
59 2022-81 Prk Fac Skate Park CAP-Approved July 5/21 – Cost approved 50/50 25 200,000 100,000 100,000 – 515,593 Res. Educ & Envir 100,000
60 2022-77 Prk Fac Paddock Greek Playground 20 30,000 15,000 15,000 – 515,593 Moore Optimist 50%, 50% Educ Res 15,000
61 2022-79 Prk Fac Port Lambton MacDonald Parking Lot 50 125,000 125,000 640,593
62 2022-80 Prk Fac Courtright River Dock Decking Replacement 50 150,000 150,000 790,593
63 2022-78 Prk Fac Brigden Tennis Court Repair 5 20,000 20,000 810,593
64 2022-88 Prk Fac Courtright River Washrooms 50 175,000 175,000 985,593
65 2022-89 Prk Fac Guthrie River Washrooms 50 175,000 175,000 1,160,593
66 2022-86 Prk Fac CAP – Tennis Court Repair 150,000 150,000 1,310,593
67 2022-85 Prk Fac Courtright Main Diamond Lights 25 350,000 50,000 300,000 1,610,593 Res. Unused 2018 Lights
68 2022-82 Prk Fac O’Dell (Cameron Ball Park) Maintenance Shed with Public Washrooms 50 100,000 100,000 1,710,593
69 2022-83 Prk Fac Stewart Ball Park New Washrooms 50 100,000 100,000 1,810,593
70 2022-84 Prk Fac CAP – Shade Structure 50,000 50,000 1,860,593
71 2022-90 Prk Fac Sombra River Park-New Hydro Install Cfwd 2021 50 15,000 15,000 1,875,593
72 2022-87 Prk Fac Sign @ 40 & Hill 25 30,000 30,000 1,905,593
73
74 2022-91 Cmpgrnd Cathcart Laundry & Washroom 20,000 20,000 – – Res. Cathcart Campground
75 2022-92 Cmpgrnd Mooretown Campground Washroom 15,000 15,000 – – Res Mooretown Campground 15,000
76 2022-93 Cmpgrnd Cathcart New Building 50 200,000 200,000 – – Res. Cathcart Campground
77 2022-59 Cmpgrnd Cathcart 60,000 60,000 – – Res. Cathcart Campground 280,000
78 2022-94 Cmpgrnd Mooretown Campground Hydro Replacement 325,000 325,000 325,000
79
80 2022-97 Golf Patio Covers & Deck Expansion 250,000 250,000 – – Golf Reserves (year end income) 250,000
81 2022-95 Golf Golf Equipment & Carts 15 110,000 110,000 – –
82 2022-96 Golf Windows / Doors / Siding 75,000 75,000 – –
83 2022-98 Golf Furniture 25,000 25,000 – –
84
85 2014-99 ROADS 2012 Road & Drainage Debenture Payment 8 287,938 287,938 287,938
86 2022-100 ROADS Urban Asphalt Resurfacing 15 300,000 100,000 200,000 487,938 PW Road Reserve
87 2022-101 ROADS St. Clair Parkway – Cold-in-Place Recycling Rokeby Line to Emily St 15 800,000 800,000 1,287,938
88 2022-102 ROADS Murray Street Reconstruction – Fane to Cameron 400,000 400,000 1,687,938
89 2022-104 ROADS Water Street Seawall Replacement – 3 year project 2023 $2 million 65,000 65,000 1,752,938 Prior year reserve buildup 240,000
90 2022-302 ROADS Pedestrian Crossover Improvements 20 200,000 150,000 50,000 1,802,938 Prior year $150,000, Res Unused 200,000
91 2022-103 ROADS Cameron Street Reconstruction – Lyndoch to Baird 850,000 850,000 2,652,938 See water 2022-601
92 2022-111 ROADS Beckwith Street Reconstruction – Colborne to Albert 500,000 500,000 3,152,938
93
94 2022-150 BRIDGES Bridge Rehabilitation & Maintenance 190,000 190,000 190,000
95 2022-151 BRIDGES Bridge 2 – Smith Line over Sydenham River 330,000 330,000 520,000
96 2022-152 BRIDGES Bridge 44 – St. Clair Parkway over Marshy Creek 550,000 550,000 1,070,000
97 2022-153 BRIDGES Bridge 50 – St. Clair Parkway over Marshy Creek cryforward 2021-study onl 40,000 40,000 – 1,070,000 Bridge Reserves 40,000
98
99 2022-200 Storm Paget Street Storm Sewer Relining through Easement 192,500 120,000 72,500 72,500 Storm reserves
100 2022-201 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 100,000 100,000 – 72,500 Storm reserves 220,000
101

A B C D E F G H I J K L
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Rev Total Initial Educ &
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Fund By Function Reserves Envir
101 2022-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years Expires 2027 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
102 2022-251 Drain McGillivray Drain 30 225,000 225,000 – 81,834 External
103 2022-252 Drain Dawson Branch Drain 30 25,000 25,000 – 81,834 External
104 2022-253 Drain Gov’t Drain 3 Branch Drain 30 70,000 70,000 – 81,834 External
105 2022-254 Drain Hubbard Drain 30 300,000 275,000 25,000 – 81,834 External 260, Grant 15 Res 25,000
106 2022-255 Drain Routledge Drain Lawn Culvert 30 55,000 55,000 – 81,834 External
107 2022-256 Drain Stewart Drain 30 55,000 55,000 – 81,834 External
108 2022-257 Drain Chowen Drain 30 70,000 20,000 50,000 – 81,834 External 20,000 Res Drain
109 2022-258 Drain McGee Drain 30 40,000 30,000 10,000 – 81,834 External 10,000 Res Drain
110 2022-259 Drain Churcher Drain 30 70,000 70,000 – 81,834 External
111 2022-260 Drain Gray Drain East 30 75,000 25,000 50,000 – 81,834 External 25,000, Res Drain
112 2022-261 Drain Parr Drain North-Along Brigden Rd-Eng 2 yrs 75 80,000 40,000 40,000 121,834 Reserves Drain 175,000
113 2022-262 Drain East Street – Sombra – Along East Side of East Street 75 75,000 25,000 50,000 171,834 External 20, Grant 5
114 2022-263 Drain Old River Road Drain – Along West Side 75 50,000 20,000 30,000 201,834 External 20,000
115 2022-264 Drain Henry Drain – Along North Wide of Wilkesport Line (3 Years) 75 20,000 20,000 – 201,834
116
117 2022-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
118
119 2022-303 Strtlght New Street Lights Port Lambton – cfwd 20 125,000 125,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 125,000
120 2022-310 Strtlght New Streetlights – Old River Road 20 50,000 50,000 50,000
121 2022-301 Signs Community Signs-Brigden & Wilkesport 20 55,000 55,000 105,000
122 2022-308 Sidewalks Hill Street Sidewalk Upgrades 25 70,000 70,000 175,000
123
124 2022-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 50,000 Res. PW Building
125 2022-309 PW Fac Heated Concrete Pad – Equipment Washing 25 50,000 50,000 100,000
126 2021-451 PW Fac Moore Operation Roof Replacement 25 85,000 85,000 – 100,000 Res. PW Equipment
127
128 2022-400 PW Equip Pickup Trucks for Wastewater Treatment Plant 15 130,000 130,000 – – Res. PW Equipment
129 2022-401 PW Equip Vactor Truck Replacement 15 700,000 700,000 – – Res. PW Equipment
130 2022-402 PW Equip Two Pickup Trucks 12 82,000 3,000 79,000 – – Dev Chg PW Equipt (97,000) & Trade-In
131 2022-403 PW Equip Replace Unit 25-Single Axle Snow Plow Truck crywd 2021 12 370,000 5,000 365,000 – – Res. PW Equipment & Trade-In
132 2022-404 PW Equip Small Miscellaneous Attachments 12 55,000 55,000 – – Res. PW Equipment 1,335,000
133
134
135 Total General 17,489,715 4,773,500 4,672,107 8,044,108 598,200
136 Total Dev
137 2021-500 Wstwtr Township Wastewater Servicing Study 50,000 50,000 – Dev Chg Wastewater 318,000
138 2022-550 Wstwtr Sanitary Pump Station Electrical Panel Replacements 20 75,000 75,000 – Dev Chg Wastewater
139 2021-551 Wstwtr Sanitary Main Station Generator Replacements 25 280,000 280,000 – Res. Wastewater
140 2021-552 Wstwtr Queen & Riverside Pump Street Rehabilitation 25 365,000 365,000 – Res. Wastewater
141 2021-553 Wstwtr Lab Equipment for the CWWTP 25 40,000 40,000 – Res. Wastewater
142 2021-554 Wstwtr Corunna Pump Station Fall Arrest Tie Offs 25 25,000 25,000 – Res. Wastewater 710,000
143
144 Total Sanitary 835,000 – 835,000 –
145
146 2022-600 Water Kimball Road Watermain Looping-Courtright Line to Oil Springs Lin 100 410,000 410,000 – Res. Water
147 2022-602 Water Adelia Street Watermain Replacement-Brigden Road to Courtright L 100 200,000 200,000 – Res. Water
148 2022-603 Water Reedy Street Watermain Replacement-First Street to Second Street 100 175,000 175,000 – Res. Water
149 2022-650 Water Scada & Server Upgrades – Cryfwd 25 90,000 90,000 – Res. Water
150 2022-651 Water Communication Upgrades for Scada 25 117,000 117,000 – Res. Water
151 2022-652 Water Locate Program – Crfwd 15 80,000 80,000 – Res. Water
152 2022-653 Water Laptop Computers 5 35,000 35,000 – Res. Water
153 2022-655 Water Shell / Dockside Water Service Installation 40 90,000 90,000 – Res. Water
154 2022-656 Water Moore Shop Internet Upgrades 30 250,000 250,000 – Res. Water
155 2021-126 Water Asset Management – Risk Assessment Cryfwd 40,000 40,000 – Res. Water 1,487,000
156 2022-601 Water Cameron Street Watermain Replacement-Lyndoch to Baird 100 500,000 500,000 – See Road 2022-103
157
158 Total Water 1,987,000 – 1,987,000 –
159
160 Grand Total of all projects 20,311,715 4,773,500 7,494,107 8,044,108

A B C D E F G H I J K L
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Total Initial Educ &
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Revenue By Function Reserves Envir
3
4 2021-02 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 510,155 100,000 410,155 410,155 Grant OMPF
5 2021-03 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 453,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
6 2023-04 Fire Fire Boat Program 15 350,000 350,000 803,743
7 2023-05 Fire Pavement Station 1 20 95,000 95,000 – 803,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
8
9 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 45,000 45,000 45,000
10
11 2021-20 Complex Annual Reserve contribution 15 200,000 50,000 150,000 150,000 Ext OMPF Grant
12 2021-25 Complex Plan B Rink Conver. New Plant refredgerant 3,500,000 3,500,000 – 150,000 Ext Grt Inf Resi 400, & Deb 3.1 mill
13
14 2021-30 Rec. Fac. Facilities Lifecycle Annual cont per AMP 50 150,000 50,000 100,000 100,000 Ext OMPF Grant
15 2021-31 Rec. Fac. Various Facilities 150,000 150,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle 150,000
16
17 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates 50 200,000 200,000 200,000
18 2022-63 Mus Sombra Bury House Chimney Refurbishment 25 6,500 6,500 – 200,000 Res. Sombra Museum 6,500
19 2021-63 Mus Moore Museum Addition farmhouse – 3 years 50 20,000 5,000 15,000 215,000 Ext Fund raising
20 2022-60 Mus Moore Garage for Antique Vehicle Exhibit 50 25,000 10,000 15,000 230,000 Ext Fund raising
21
22 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF
23
24 2022-75 Prk Fac Seagar River Park – Sea Wall Repair 50 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
25 2022-89 Prk Fac River Washrooms 50 180,000 180,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 180,000
26
27 2021-80 Golf Golf Course Windows / Doors / Siding 50,000 50,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn 50,000
28
29 2022-104 ROADS Seawall replac.Water street – Sombra 3 years 50 2,000,000 800,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 Grant Funding
30 2022-105 ROADS Rural Surface Treatment 210,000 210,000 1,410,000
31 2021-109 ROADS Oil Spring Line-Hwy 40 to St, Clair Pwky 20 1,100,000 1,100,000 2,510,000
32
33 2022-150 BRIDGES Bridge Rehabilitation 190,000 190,000 190,000
34 2022-153 BRIDGES Brdige 50 Prkwy over Marshy Creek – 2 yrs 100 550,000 550,000 740,000
35 2022-154 BRIDGES Bridge 75-St. Clair Pkwy over Sweeny Drain 550,000 550,000 1,290,000
36 2022-155 BRIDGES Bridge 56-Rokeby Line over Thorton Drain 50,000 50,000 1,340,000
37 `
38 2022-201 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 100,000 20,000 80,000 80,000 Storm reserves
39
40 2022-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
41 2022-264 Drain Henry Drain 75 30,000 30,000 – 81,834 External
42
43 2022-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
44
45 2022-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 50,000 Res. PW Building
46
47 Grand Total 10,762,577 4,580,500 701,500 5,480,577

A B C D E F G H I J K L
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Total Initial Educ &
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Revenue By Function Reserves Envir
3
4 2020-03 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 510,155 100,000 410,155 410,155 Grant OMPF
5 2020-04 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 453,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
6 2024-05 Fire Corunna Pumper 21 20 650,000 650,000 – 453,743 ResLife Cycle fire vehicles
7
8 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 45,000 45,000 45,000
9
10 2021-20 Complex Annual Reserve contribution 15 200,000 50,000 150,000 150,000 Ext OMPF Grant
11
12 2021-30 Rec. Fac. Facilities Lifecycle Annual cont per AMP 50 150,000 50,000 100,000 100,000 Ext OMPF Grant
13 2021-31 Rec. Fac. Various Facilities 150,000 150,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle 150,000
14
15 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates 10 100,000 100,000 100,000
16 2021-63 Mus Moore Museum Addition farmhouse – 3 years 50 35,000 5,000 30,000 130,000 Ext Fund raising
17
18 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF
19
20 2022-75 Prk Fac Seagar River Park – Sea Wall Repair 50 100,000 100,000 100,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
21 2022-89 Prk Fac River Washrooms 50 185,000 185,000 285,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 185,000
22
23 2021-80 Golf Golf Course Windows / Doors / Siding 25,000 25,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
24
25 2022-100 ROADS Urban Resurfacing 15 500,000 500,000 500,000
26 2022-107 ROADS Lambton Line-Hwy 40 to Kimball & Pretty to Man 15 2,300,000 2,300,000 2,800,000
27
28 2022-150 BRIDGES Bridge Rehabilitation 190,000 190,000 190,000
29 2022-156 BRIDGES Bridge 37 White Line over Clay Creek – 2yrs 50,000 50,000 240,000
30 2022-155 BRIDGES Bridge 56 Rokeby Line over Thorton Drain- 2yr 500,000 500,000 740,000
31
32 2022-201 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 100,000 20,000 80,000 80,000 Storm reserves
33
34 2022-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
35 2022-264 Drain Henry Drain 75 500,000 500,000 – 81,834 External
36
37 2022-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
38
39 2022-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 50,000 Res. PW Building
40
41 Grand Total 6,691,077 740,500 945,000 5,005,577
42
43 2022-550 Wstwtr Sanitary Pump Station Electrical Panel Replacem 20 60,000 60,000 – –
44 2022-551 Wstwtr Sanitary Main Station Generator Replacements 25 110,000 110,000 – –

A B C D E F G H I J K L
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Total Initial Educ &
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Revenue By Function Reserves Envir
3
4 2020-03 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 510,155 100,000 410,155 410,155 Grant OMPF
5 2020-04 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 453,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
6 2024-05 Fire Rescue #45 20 300,000 300,000 – 453,743 ResLife Cycle fire vehicles
7
8 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 45,000 45,000 45,000
9
10 2021-20 Complex Annual Reserve contribution 15 200,000 50,000 150,000 150,000 Ext OMPF Grant
11
12 2021-30 Rec. Fac. Facilities Lifecycle Annual cont per AMP 50 150,000 50,000 100,000 100,000 Ext OMPF Grant
13 2021-31 Rec. Fac. Various Facilities 150,000 150,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
14
15 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates 10 100,000 100,000 100,000
16 2021-63 Mus Moore Museum Addition farmhouse – 3 years 50 40,000 10,000 30,000 130,000 Ext Fund raising
17
18 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF
19
20 2022-75 Prk Fac Seagar River Park – Sea Wall Repair 50 100,000 10,000 90,000 90,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
21 2022-89 Prk Fac River Washrooms 50 190,000 190,000 280,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 185,000
22
23 2022-150 BRIDGES Bridge Rehabilitation 190,000 190,000 190,000
24 2022-156 BRIDGES Bridge 37 White Line over Clay Creek – 2yrs 500,000 500,000 690,000
25 2022-157 BRIDGES Bridge 56 Rokeby Line over Thorton Drain- 2yr 50,000 50,000 740,000
26 2022-158 BRIDGES Bridge 86-Pretty Road over Annett Drain 75 50,000 50,000 790,000
27
28 2022-201 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 100,000 20,000 80,000 80,000 Storm reserves
29
30 2022-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
31
32 2022-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
33
34 2022-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 50,000 Res. PW Building
35
36 Grand Total 3,076,077 245,500 580,000 2,250,577
37
38 2022-551 Wstwtr Sanitary Main Station Generator Replacements 25 250,000 250,000 – –

Township of St. Clair
Projected Reserve on Cash Basis for the Years 2021 to 2024

B CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ
1 Actual 2021 2021 Estimated 2022 2022 Estimated 2023 2023 Estimated 2024 2024 Estimated
2 Description of Reserve St. Clair Estimated Estimated St. Clair Estimated Estimated St. Clair Estimated Estimated St. Clair Estimated Estimated St. Clair
3 Dec. 31, 2020 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2021 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2022 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2023 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2024
4 Capital Capital Capital Capital
5 General Government
6 Working Capital 643,500 643,500 643,500 643,500 643,500
7 Equipment – General 95,778 500 36,123 60,155 500 45,000 15,655 15,655 – –
8 Election Reserves 26,378 13,000 39,378 39,000 378 14,000 14,378 14,000 28,378
9 Uncollective Taxes 124,715 1,250 125,965 1,250 127,215 1,250 128,465 1,250 129,715
12 Year End Surplus 1,118,152 90,000 1,028,152 1,028,152 1,028,152 1,028,152
13 Property 73,162 10,000 63,162 63,162 63,162 63,162
14 Heritage Committee 26,295 20,000 6,295 6,295 – – –
16 Safe restart grant 183,661 78,000 185,000 76,661 76,661 – – –
17 Building Permit 47,433 47,433 47,433 47,433 47,433
18 Horticulture 718 718 718 718 718
19 2,339,792 92,750 341,123 2,091,419 1,750 166,956 1,926,213 15,250 15,655 1,925,808 15,250 – 1,941,058
20 Property & Environment
23 St. Clair -Environment and Educa 1,155,171 600,000 985,430 769,741 600,000 868,200 501,541 600,000 807,500 294,041 600,000 800,000 94,041
24 1,155,171 600,000 985,430 769,741 600,000 868,200 501,541 600,000 807,500 294,041 600,000 800,000 94,041
25 Environment (San. Water & Storm)
26 Waste water 1,153,555 7,000 976,771 183,784 10,000 710,000 (516,216) 54,216 (462,000) 60,000 60,000 (462,000)
27 Storm Water Replacement 366,762 28,800 101,760 293,802 28,800 220,000 102,602 28,800 131,402 28,800 60,000 100,202
28 Water Industrial Emergency 323,653 6,700 330,353 3,700 334,053 6,700 340,753 6,700 347,453
29 Water Distribut. Syst. 6,210,189 800,000 1,557,132 5,453,057 800,000 1,487,000 4,766,057 800,000 750,000 4,816,057 800,000 750,000 4,866,057
30 8,054,159 842,500 2,635,663 6,260,996 842,500 910,000 4,686,496 889,716 750,000 4,826,212 895,500 870,000 4,851,712
31
32 Roads, Drainage & PW Equipment
33 Equipment – Works- Cash basis 1,381,480 620,000 237,320 1,764,160 600,000 1,355,000 1,009,160 600,000 390,000 1,219,160 600,000 390,000 1,429,160
38 Drains provision 16,233 15,899 334 334 334 334
39 Capital Drains – Road Portion 1,107,063 110,000 200,000 1,017,063 175,000 842,063 300,000 542,063 293,645 248,418
40 Barnes Drain Self fin Exp2027 (521,975) 69,411 (452,564) 71,063 (381,501) 72,754 (308,747) 72,754 (235,993)
41 Bridge 360,848 70,000 150,945 279,903 40,000 239,903 239,903 239,903
42 Res. Uncomp parks light & plang 74,187 150,000 0 224,186 200,000 24,186 24,186 24,186
43 PW Road Reserve 588,614 120,000 362,771 345,843 100,000 245,843 245,843 – –
44 PW Building reserves – 50,000 50,000 50,000 100,000 50,000 150,000 50,000 200,000
45 Service Delivery Grant Reserve 75,000 75,000 – – – –
46 Moore Industrial Park 1,250,524 25,000 294,950 980,574 20,000 27,000 973,574 20,000 27,000 966,574 20,000 27,000 959,574
47 Prov for Reserve Uncompleted 147,739 134,785 12,954 12,954 12,954 12,954
49 4,479,713 1,214,411 1,471,670 4,222,453 741,063 1,897,000 3,066,516 742,754 962,843 2,846,427 742,754 710,645 2,878,536
50 Community Service
51 Moore Museum Development 113,936 1,000 6,500 108,436 1,000 30,000 79,436 1,000 80,436 1,000 81,436
54 Sombra Museum 12,960 13,100 26,060 100 6,500 19,660 100 6,500 13,260 100 13,360
55 Brigden Community Hall 4,937 4,937 4,937 4,937 4,937
56 First St. Park Courtright 405 405 405 405 405
57 Energy Audit 22,530 220 22,750 220 22,970 220 23,190 220 23,410
59 Bridgen Ball Building Project 20,883 200 21,083 200 21,283 200 21,483 200 21,683
60 Moore Campground 33,825 20,000 53,825 20,000 15,000 58,825 20,000 78,825 20,000 98,825
61 Parkway Endownment 118,907 2,500 46,000 75,407 75,407 – – –
64 Branton Campgrd 95,208 10,000 105,208 10,000 115,208 10,000 100,000 25,208 10,000 100,000 (64,792)
65 Cathcart Campgd 277,568 10,000 7,000 280,568 10,000 280,000 10,568 10,000 20,568 10,000 30,568
66 Golf Course-Equipt-cash 109,649 198,550 210,000 98,199 190,000 250,000 38,199 100,000 100,000 38,199 100,000 100,000 38,199
67 Parks Equp & Veh 132,129 125,500 125,000 132,629 125,500 178,000 80,129 125,500 75,000 130,629 125,500 75,000 181,129
68 Life cycle for Recr. facilities 419,469 150,000 470,000 99,469 150,000 230,000 19,469 150,000 150,000 19,469 150,000 150,000 19,469
69 Replacement Capital Complex 420,057 200,000 300,310 319,747 200,000 519,747 200,000 719,747 200,000 919,747
70 1,782,463 731,070 1,164,810 1,348,723 707,020 1,064,907 990,836 617,020 431,500 1,176,356 617,020 425,000 1,368,376
71 Fire & Emergency
72 Fire Vehicle – Capital budget (580,604) 400,000 898,297 (1,078,901) 400,000 85,000 (763,901) 510,155 (253,746) 510,155 650,000 (393,591)
73 Fire Stnt Facilite-Life cyc 70,922 43,588 62,000 52,510 43,588 45,000 51,098 43,588 95,000 (314) 43,588 43,274
74 Becher & Wilkesport fire hall 20,000 20,000 – – – –
75 Fire Breathing 225,826 55,000 280,826 – – – –
76 Emergency Measures 25,659 25,659 25,659 25,659 25,659
78 (238,197) 498,588 1,261,123 (1,000,732) 443,588 130,000 (687,144) 553,743 95,000 (228,401) 553,743 650,000 (324,658)
79 Deferred Revenues
80 Parkland Acreage 16,495 4,000 15,000 5,495 10,000 15,000 495 10,000 10,495 10,000 20,495
82 Development Charges 580,205 320,000 209,905 690,300 200,000 318,000 572,300 150,000 722,300 150,000 872,300
83 596,700 324,000 224,905 695,795 210,000 333,000 572,795 160,000 – 732,795 160,000 – 892,795
84
85 GRAND TOTAL 18,169,801 4,303,319 8,084,724 14,388,395 3,545,921 5,370,063 11,057,253 3,578,483 3,062,498 11,573,238 3,584,267 3,455,645 11,701,860
86

M:CommonFinanceFinancialDutiesBudget2022ReservesResProCap22.xls

Exhibit B

2021-11-16

Mu’ nicipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-01

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet- Year 2021 -2025

Department Service/Program Project Name

Erner Services
Radio Communications County Fire Radio System

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project# 2020-01

Project Description/Need for Work
Last payment for this project

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues
Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 15

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year3 Year4 Years
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates)
Reserves/Reserve Funds J

Debenture Lease
Total Financing 220,309.60 I 11 o,154.80 I 11o.154.so I

.
Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-02

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021 -2025
Department _E_me—-‘rg,._e_nc ,_y_S_erv_ice..;..;..s _

Service/Program Life cycle budgeting – vehicles

Project Name _F…;;Je..;;.et”————-
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project#

Project Description/Need for Work reserve funds for future vehicle eurchases

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Hi h Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

maintain current level of service

Project Budget Expenditures:
Studies I
Land life lyt.,v
Asset Purchase Utilties/Oeslgn Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year1
2021

Year2
2022

Year3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
OMPF
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base)
From Operations (User rates)
Reserves/Reserve Funds J
Long Term Financing

Debenture Lease

Total Financing 2,000,000.00 1 400,000.00 I 400,000.00 1 400,000.00 1 400,000.00 I 400,000.00 I

Department _E_m_e_rg.._e_ncy . Se_rv_ice_s _

Service/Program Maintaining Ass-est-s

——-

Project Name Asset Management Plan

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project#

Project Description/Need for Work
Establish an ongoing reserve to take care of larger maintenance items at the stations for example, cement pad replacement, paving, fencing light upgrades and energy efficiency proJects.
Aligns with Townshp Assest Management Plan

Project Priority Indicate HlghlMediumflow Comments Health or Safety Issues
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/ReplacemenlHigh We have significant assets that need to be maintained Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Years
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures

Financing:

External Sources
Granls/Subsid ies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates)
ReservesJReserve Funds General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. . -_…, _, … , _._ _,
Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing 211,940.00 I 43,s8e.oo I 43,588.oo I 43,sss.oo I 43,sas.oo I 43,588.oo

Department _E_m_e-‘rge_n_c.._y_S_e_rv_ic_e_s _

Service/Program

..A….s,cs..;e.. t maintenanc;.e.;.

Project Name Station 2 Courtright repaving

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project#

Project Description/Need for Work
The asphlat at the station has become very broken and uneven resulting in trip hazards and drainage problems

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues h Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen medium Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

trip hazard, water laying in low areas

needs reealcement

Useful Live (Years) 20

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Years
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. External contribution
Others (Fundraislng}
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
45,000.00
I 4S,OOD:OO I I I I I I

Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. .

·_….

.. . —-.J.’——-‘-· ‘·

Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing 9s,ooo.oo I 9s,ooo.oo

Department _E_m_e;…rg,._e_n_cy.. S_e_rv_ice_s _

Service/Program Fleet

Project Name Special Operations vehicle
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project# Project Description/Need for Work
Add a large van to the fleet to carry special items that is to expensive and used infrqueltly to have at every station
i.e spill boom, absorbent pads, chemical pools, technical rescue eguipment Cost includes vehile, such as AWD 1 ton Ford transit c/w lights and shelving

Project Priority

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

9

Project Budget Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year1 2021

Year2
2022

Year3 2023

Year4
2024

Years
2025

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds

Long Term Financing Debenture

Lease
Total Financing ss,000.00 I as,000.00 I

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-06

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Finance – Information Technology

Service/Program Information Technology

Project Name IT network / backups / security

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
New battery backups, network wiring, etc.

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Network & security concerns
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Capital Budget Overview

DATE: Nov 25th, 2021
TO: Mayor Steve Arnold & St. Clair Township Council John Rodey, CAO
Jeff Baranek, Clerk

FROM: Kendall Lindsay, Director of Community of Services Community Services Department

RE: Capital Budget 2022 Overview

This is an overview of the 2022 Capital projects for the St. Clair Township’s Department of Community Services.

Complex

The portion of the Complex budget only has 3 projects for 2022. Rink Conversion is the major project that will continue on in 2022 as we transition from Direct Ammonia to Indirect. The roof replacements have been on going over the last several years, after these roofs are done, Rink 1 roof and the Pool roof are left outstanding. Future projects at the Complex will be focused on change rooms and accessibility.

Recreation Facilities

There are a lot of facilities within the township as we have several communities spread out in a large geographical area that pose challenges for their maintenance and support. Recreation Facilities is a catch all for all these facilities owned and operated by the Township. As our buildings age the list of projects here has escalated to 22 projects, out of those projects only 8 made it above the line for completion in 2022. This was a very hard list to prioritize, but we have focused on projects that are safety related, have failure of components of the building or growth-related needs.

Museums

Moore Museum projects are Reiley Cottage Renovations and Construction of Garage for Antique Vehicle

Sombra Museum projects are Bury House Chimney Refurbishment carried over from last year and Sombra Museum Storage building. The storage buildings at the museum are failing, but the new storage building plan that has been on the list for the last several years is a huge undertaking financially leaving the project below the line of ones to get done in 2022.

Parks Equipment

We have continuously upgraded the Community Services fleet over the past several years, focusing on keys pieces with the intentions of increasing our service to the community. We have tried to make good choices along with following the procurement policy, the zero-turn mower we have listed to be replaced is not a life cycle issue, but an issue where the quality of the piece of equipment wasn’t there. As this piece of equipment is only 2 years old there should be a fair trade in value for the unit, we will specify the tender for a better-quality unit.

Park Facilities

Park Facilities is another area that has seen an increase in projects as we look to replace some river washrooms and repair some of the key buildings in our parks along with river park board walks and shoreline protection. There are 21 projects on the list with 7 that make the list of projects to get done. There are two projects 8 & 9 on the list which are Paddock Green Playground and Skate Park @ CAP. These projects are community driven with funds being raised for them. It was hard to prioritize this list as well for example MacDonald Parking lot project in Port Lambton has also fell below the cut off, which is concerning as it would be nice to get that project completed.

Campgrounds

Campgrounds seems to be at a crossroads with huge dollars to develop more sites at Branton Cundick, and hydro needing to be replaced at Mooretown. The support that these three campgrounds need from the Community Services department seems to have grown exponentially over the last several years. We would like to take some time over the winter months to prepare a in depth report of the Campgrounds operation and prepare a long-term plan for them.

Golf Course

The golf course had a very successful year in 2021, which was much attributed to the addition of the new patio. We would like to continue with our increasing our outdoor seating as much as possible with a plan to replace the upper deck at the clubhouse. The new deck would be double the square footage and allow for two entrance ways that open between it and the banquet room. Increasing our venue space for a larger party

such as a wedding. To finish off the new additions would be two pavilion type roof structures over the new deck and patio for coverage from the weather. This project would commit us to the complete refurbishment of the Clubhouse instead of going with a new build for this facility. By increasing our space, we will increase our ability to draw in revenue dollars allowing us to continue to refurbish the clubhouse with accessible washrooms and kitchen upgrades as future projects. This would leave the equipment not making the list of items for this year.

Conclusion

With the diversity of our department it is a hard balance when we have major items that need to be addressed in facilities, as well as large projects happening for shoreline protections and also focusing on community driven needs. Community Services is proud of the of projects we have completed in the last few years and look forward to the challenges in planning and completing projects moving forward.

Respectfully Submitted,

Kendall Lindsay
Director of Community Services

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-20

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Community Service

Service/Program Complex

Project Name Annual Reserve Contribution

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Contribution to reserves for on going up keep of Complex

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Maintain a safe facility

Keep facility up to date User Satisfaction

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2021-25 Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025
Department Community Services

Service/Program Arena

Project Name Plan B Rink Conversion
New plant and refridgerant system with roofs

Project Description/Need for Work
With the Township’s application for infrastructure money being denied it is time to move forward on replacing the rink floors refridgerant and building a new plant for the Arena at the Moore Sports Complex
Removal and replace slab to Ice Rink, Twin Pad indirect Refridgeration System, Demolition Premium, New Power Distribution Addition of Subfloor Heating both slabs, Dasher Boards, Removal of Rink #1 roof, Replace roofing Structure completely Insulate and reclad south facing wall.
Project Priority 1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Last Direct System in Canada

Well over the life expectancy of the floors and plant

Providing a safe service to all our patrons that use the rinks

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Township of St. Clair
Project 2022-25 Complex Loan Schedule for next 25 years Total Cost $3,500,0000 less Grant $400,000 = $3,100,000 Interest 0.0286
Principal $ 3,100,000.00
Years 25
$175,260.76 ($175,260.76)

Loan Years Annual Pymt Interest Principal Balance

3,100,000.00
2023 175,260.76 88,660.00 86,600.76 3,013,399.24
2024 175,260.76 86,183.22 89,077.54 2,924,321.70
2025 175,260.76 83,635.60 91,625.16 2,832,696.54
2026 175,260.76 81,015.12 94,245.64 2,738,450.90
2027 175,260.76 78,319.70 96,941.06 2,641,509.84
2028 175,260.76 75,547.18 99,713.58 2,541,796.26
2029 175,260.76 72,695.37 102,565.39 2,439,230.87
2030 175,260.76 69,762.00 105,498.76 2,333,732.11
2031 175,260.76 66,744.74 108,516.02 2,225,216.09
2032 175,260.76 63,641.18 111,619.58 2,113,596.51
2033 175,260.76 60,448.86 114,811.90 1,998,784.61
2034 175,260.76 57,165.24 118,095.52 1,880,689.09
2035 175,260.76 53,787.71 121,473.05 1,759,216.04
2036 175,260.76 50,313.58 124,947.18 1,634,268.86
2037 175,260.76 46,740.09 128,520.67 1,505,748.19
2038 175,260.76 43,064.40 132,196.36 1,373,551.83
2039 175,260.76 39,283.58 135,977.18 1,237,574.65
2040 175,260.76 35,394.63 139,866.13 1,097,708.52
2041 175,260.76 31,394.46 143,866.30 953,842.22
2042 175,260.76 27,279.89 147,980.87 805,861.35
2043 175,260.76 23,047.63 152,213.13 653,648.22
2044 175,260.76 18,694.34 156,566.42 497,081.80
2045 175,260.76 14,216.54 161,044.22 336,037.58
2046 175,260.76 9,610.67 165,650.09 170,387.49
2047 175,260.76 4,873.08 170,387.68 (0.19)

2021-11-07 U:FinancialLongTermDebtAmortSchedules.

Department Community Services

Service/Program Moore Sports Complex

Project Name Roof Replacements

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Roof Sections 9,10,12 need to be replaced at the Moore Sports Complex

Attached is a map showing where these three roofs are located, Section 9 is lower roof to the east of rink2- 2575 sq.ft. Section 10-Lower roof between rink 1&2- 2090sq.ft. Section 12-lower roof above offices at north wet of the building
1823 sq.ft These would be budgeted for full replacement with 40 year warrantied systems installed

Project Priority MSC 1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Life Cycle replacement
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
40

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Community Services

Service/Program Facilities

Project Name Moore Sports Complex change room tile flooring

Project Description/Need for Work

Tile the shower area & floor of the Fitness Centre changerooms. Shower tiles are lifting, changeroom floor needs to be upgraded.

Project Priority MSC 2 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Water is seeping under flooring in shower area.

Upgrade flooring & tile
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
20

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds Complex reserves
Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Community Service

Service/Program Recreation Facilities

Project Name Facilities Lifecycle Annual Contribution

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Contribution to reserves for on going up keep of Recreation Facilities (Community Halls, Libraries, Rapids Health Emergency Services Building, Sombra Daycare, Civic Centre,

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Maintain a safe facilities

Keep facilities up to date User Satisfaction

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Emergency Services Building Generator

Work In Progress (WIP) no

Project Description/Need for Work
The facility Generator is a old diesel based unit that is inside the building. Our inspectors have refused to approve this
unit going forward and no fuel company will refuel indoors. The Fire Department and the OPP have systems that need
to be supplied with power. The best option moving forward would to have a natural gas unit placed on the outside of
the building to power the crucial parts that Fire and OPP need

Project Priority F5 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Emergency Services Roof Top Access

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Roof top access for this building has been an issue for a while now, the opening is not sufficent for staff to access the
roof with their proper gear for working at heights. The access is need to service HVAC units that are up there on
the small flat roof that is also in need of replacement. It is our advisment that we should remove the abandoned HVAC units that are on the roof, remove the units we do use and replace the roof in this area and close the access
as it will not be needed anymore. This will be more cost effective than opening the roof access and replacing the roof
Project Priority F3 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 40

Roof Access Roof replacement

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Emergency Services Front Façade & eves

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
This as well was on the list of 2021 projects that did not get completed, we had several contractors look at this
and there was not a lot of interest to try and tackle this project. We would like to proceed with hiring an engineer to
come up with a plan so we can put it out to tender. This would allow companies to be quoting the exact same
job, allowing us to get the best price and ensure the job is repaired coprreclty.

Project Priority F6 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

to the point they could fall off the building

Building purchased in 2009 no date on when the façade was last done

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Optimist Carpet

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
With moving the Optimist from the Courtright Community Hall to the Emergency Services upstairs there are some
upgrades that need to be done to accommodate them, starting with new carpet and some painting.
Painting can be done in down time by the community services staff the carpet listed with two portions being done
The optimist area for $28,000 and Fire department area upstairs at 12,700

Project Priority F8 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 20

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Railings at MSC,Civic,Corunna Lib, Emgercy Services

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Roof railings at the Civic, for safety, with our roof audit we did last year it is mandatory we get roof railings where

there is equipment on the roof that needs maintenance, that is within 3 metres of the edge of a roof that is over 10 feet off the ground

Project Priority F1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Need for compliance

Useful Live (Years)
50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates)
Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves Equipment reserves
DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir.
Long Term Financing
Debenture Lease

Total Financing

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Attached Is brochure of the railing system and budgetary numbers from local roofer.

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-36

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Community Services

Service/Program Facilities

Project Name Civic Centre Windows

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
The windows in the stairwell area of the building is beginning to leak and the windows need to be replaced. The front entrace windows the seal is melting down the front, those need replaced as well.

Project Priority F7 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Brigden Hall Fire Defeciences

Work In Progress (WIP) no

Project Description/Need for Work
Last year we look at several Community Halls and their fire deficiences with the Deputy Fire Chief
1 hr fire seperation at stairwell, 45 minute fire door, remove combustible interior finishes, Install fire detection in
storage room, Repair fire seperations in basement, front entrance, furnance room, connect kitchen exhaust systems Relocate suppression system pull station, Access panel in the duct for proper cleaning points to limit grease build
up, add 2nd pull station to floor exit door, Fire panel replacement, exit signs, panic hardware and closures.
Project Priority F2 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Does not met code

Useful Live (Years)
25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Sombra Hall Floor and Drainage Issues

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The Sombra hall had its floor replaced and drainage added in 2017, Unfortunately this floor has begun to lift again. Drainage needs to be completed on the north side of the building and floor repaired

Project Priority F4 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Moisture needs to be removed from facility

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Paving

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Repairs around the drains and patching needs to be done

Project Priority F11 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 10

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Emergency Services Windows

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Windows at the Emergency Services need to be replaced throughout the facility The windows are well past their useful life cycle

Project Priority F12 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Past life Cycle
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
25

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Facilties

Project Name Civic Centre Front Steps

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Front steps of the civic centre have began to deteriate and chip away. Replacement of the steps

Project Priority F13 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Starting to flake off

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-42

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Community Services

Service/Program Facilities

Project Name Rapids Health Centre Paving

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Paving around the facility of the Rapids Health Centre

There are concerns about cleaning up the curb appeal of this building, this will help.

Parking has been an issue for years at the Parkdale Park. There is very limited parking at the park, so users are forced to park on the street. As well kitty-corner to rapids is Cameron Ball diamond that has limited parking as well.
The plan would be to repave the Rapids health centre and then add a large gravel parking lot in behind towards the park
Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Pot Holes and tripping hazards
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
50

Project Budget F10 Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-43

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026
Department Community Services

Service/Program Facilities

Project Name Rapids Health Centre Front Vestibule Entrance

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
It was looked at a couple years ago to add sliding doors to the front entrance of the Rapids Health Centre, as the
doors that are there now are not compliant for accessibility purposes. The space between the 2 doors is too narrow
and does not meet regulations. The solution to this is to expand towards the street and close in the over hang that
is currently on the building. This will allow enough room for a vestibule and a heat barrier for the small foyer that is there

Project Priority F16 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Accessiblity

Useful Live (Years)
25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Wilkesport Hall Paving

Work In Progress (WIP) no

Project Description/Need for Work
Hall board has requested that the parking lot be replaced at the Wilkesport Hall. Engineering department looked at this site and recommended the front horse shoe paving around entrance be replaced.
and leave the south and rear part as it is still in good shape.

Project Priority F14 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Pot holes and uneven pavement

Useful Live (Years)
25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Port Lambton Hall Eves Trough and Half Moon Over Door and Sidewalk repairs

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Port Lambton Hall has requested eve troughs be added to the building and a eve put over the main entrance of the hall and sidewalk entrance repairs happen, making this hall moer accessible.

Project Priority F9 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Slipping hazards created from water run off ice issues

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Corunna Library – Paving Parking Lot

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Lambton County Library has done a safety audit on the building and have raised the concern over the gravel parking
and drive way that are at this facility. They are concerned about the water that pools at the back and could turn into
ice, or the snow that is piled back there could be melt and turn into ice. This is where their staff park.
There is no drain for the back of this building a lot of the cost comes from adding a Catchbasin and storm pipe

Project Priority F15 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Civic Centre Front Sign

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Sign at the Civic Centre is past its useful life, the electrical has coroded enough that the lights do not work anymore The bricks have begun to deteriorate as well

Project Priority F20 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Still there but appearance is lacking
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
20

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Civic Centre Washrooms

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Still not completed this project is looking at redoing the upper washrooms at the Civic Centre, they currently are outdated, but the main issue is that they are not accessible and are the main washrooms for the facility
Doors will need to be moved to make accessible along with new hardware

Project Priority F19 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Accessiblitiy
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
25

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-50

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Community Services

Service/Program Facilities

Project Name Civic Centre Expansion of Offices

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
At the August Council meeting report came to council for a need for additional office space, to explore remodeling or adding on to the exsisting facility

Project Priority F21 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Increase in staffing

Useful Live (Years)
50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Facilities

Project Name Corunna Library Window Replacement

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes

Project Description/Need for Work
Windows have been replaced throughout the facility except for the front side windows and doors that face the east Making the front door more accicible.

Project Priority F18 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Windows and doors past their life expectancy

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Campgrounds

Project Name Cathcart Seawall

Work In Progress (WIP) no

Project Description/Need for Work
Cathcart 100 feet of Seawall on the inner side of the island is failing, and needs to be replaced

Project Priority C3 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Construction of garage for antique vehicle exhibit

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
A potential growth area in Moore Museum’s collection is antique vehicles if suitable exhibit space was available.
Antique vehicles are very appealing to visitors and a separate garage to exhibit these would enhance their
visitor draw. This would also increase space available for agricultural exhibits in the Francis E. Shaw Exhibition Hall. The 2022 budget figure is for a contribution to reserve for the project to take place in 2023.

Project Priority MM1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Reilley cottage renovations

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes – Previous Project # 2020-65

Project Description/Need for Work
While preparing the Reilley cottage for painting several years ago, volunteers noted that a number of boards on the
building are rotted and that several support beams are also becoming quite decayed. Replacement of these
beams and boards is necessary to maintain the building, which is itself an artifact, as well as to protect the artifacts inside from damage due to poor environmental conditions. This project was approved in the 2020 capital budget but we have not yet been able to complete it due to the pandemic so it has been listed here as a reserve fund project.
Project Priority MM2 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 40

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other – Moore Museum Reserve Long Term Financing
Debenture Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Bury House Chimney Refurbishment

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work

Reseal flashing as needed, take away debris, replace brick on 3 chimneys, manlift included in quote

Project Priority SM1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Falling apart
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
25

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Storage Building

Project Description/Need for Work
2022 – Storage Building Drawings
2023 – Storage Building Construction – Costs divided over 3 years
2024 – Storage Building
2025 – Storage Building 2026 – Electronic Media Improvements
Project Priority SM2 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Add storage building for artifacts

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget 50

Total Expenditures/

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Tractor- Ball Diamond Groomers

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
We have two new pieces of equipment that grooms our diamonds throughout the township
For Health and saefty reasons we would like to purchase a cabbed tractor for sun and dust with the lifting capacity for our stone bruier, which our current compact tractor struggles to lift.
This tractor would help with the work load involved in preparing the diamonds, leaving our compact one at complex for shared use with Golf Course and loading and unloading of ball dimaond materials stored in our compound.
Project Priority PE1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other
Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Out front

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Outfront mower for parks, replace old outfront

Project Priority PE2 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Life Cyle
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Zero Turn

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
We purchased a belt driven Hustler mower in 2019 and it is in the shop for repairs more than in the parks cutting. We would like ot trade this one in and get away from the belt driven mowers.

Project Priority PE3 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Replace instead of spending too much to keep operational

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Tri-Deck Tow Behind 16’

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The Buellar tri deck has served the township for the last 15 years

Project Priority PE4 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Life Cycle replacement
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Washpad for equipment

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Wash pad is needed for the equipment that we have for the Parks and Recreation

Project Priority PE5 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

No where to wash safely Life Cycle replacement

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Park Facilites

Project Name Park Dale Parking

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The small parking lot at Parkdale needs to be completed, the playground is installed and there is a accessible trail from the parking lot, but the parking should be completed for accessibility and its current state is very rough

Project Priority PF5 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 40

Tripping hazzards/not accessible

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Brigden Splash Pad Repair

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Brigden splashpad has been heaving more and more over each spring thaw and it has gotten to the point where we will not be allowed to open, we called in the original contractor and they want to install drainage in the area
Splashpad commissioning, existing Hardscapes removal, place and compact granular, install fibre-reinforced concrete
Site Drainage, Splashpad feature install, feature bonding, splahpad brain install, landscaping earthworks.

Project Priority PF1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 10

Cement cracking and toe catches Pad is failing

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Dugouts/Bleachers/Fences

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Dugouts need to be constructed in Courtright for diamonds 2,3,4 Bleachers replacement throughout the township
Fences replacement throughtout the township

Project Priority PF6 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Safe for public use in all our parks

Replace what is not safe or past its life cycle

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-73

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Community Services

Service/Program Park Facilities

Project Name Shoreline at Dedecker Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority PF7 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 10

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Mooretown Centennial Board Walk Repairs

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
In the summer of 2017 we replaced parts of the board walk and reinforced it, in 2018 the high water lifted everything
Mooretown Centennial Board walk has been closed since the summer of 2018 in the summer of high water
With the water going down and all the wood now removed we would like to replace with the thru-flow system that is
being utilized at Sombra Dock in 2017 and Willows Dock in 2021

Project Priority PF3 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Seagar River Park – Sea Wall Repair

Work In Progress (WIP) no

Project Description/Need for Work
Portions of the sea wall at Seagar park have been completely undermined.
There is 900 feet of seawall in along this park
We believe we need to get 150 feet of this done this year and stagger the rest of the seawall over the next
few years, while looking for support and money from other shoreline protection grants

Project Priority PF4 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Portions washing away

Useful Live (Years)
50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Commuinty Services

Service/Program Parks

Project Name Play Ground upgrade and replace resurfacing

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work

Various parks resurfacing We need to transition to the engineered wood fibres

Project Priority PF2 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 10

Protective surfacing needs to be redone

End of its Life cycle Accessible playgorunds Accessible playgorunds

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other – Protective shade structure

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Paddock Green Playground $30,000

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Moore Optimist would like us to add a playground structure to Paddock Green Park. They would like to put in cost share this project and put in $30,000

This wiill be our 22 Play Structure in St. Clair Township

Project Priority PF9 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 20

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Brigden Tennis Court Repair

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work

This tennis court also has some cracks that are in need of repairs. It is not as highly used as our courts as CAP

Project Priority PF12 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 5

Cracking continues, safety issue

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-79

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Community Services

Service/Program Park Facilities

Project Name Port Lambton Macdonald Parking Lot

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes

Project Description/Need for Work
Parking lot is the last portion of the Macdonald phased project of Diamond move for safety and solving the parking issues that occur in Port Lambton when there are games on.

$16,000 added in budget for curb and gutters

Project Priority PF10 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 50

Parking issues in Port Lambton No Parking at Prk

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Courtright River Dock Decking Replacement

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Courtright River Dock has show signifigant wear and needs to be replaced for safety reasons We would like to utilize the Thru-flow system here as well

Project Priority PF11 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Lifted, rotten boards

Useful Live (Years)
50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Skate Park CAP

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
We were approached by a group from Corunna that would like to build a skate park in Corunna at CAP park
This was approved to be deferred to Capital Budget meeting
The group has already raised $20,000 towards this and are looking to cost share the project which
is estimated to be $200,000

Project Priority PF8 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Community Interest

Useful Live (Years)
25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name O’Dell (Cameron Ball Park) Maintenance Shed with Public Washrooms

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The maintenance shed at Cameron, is an old block walled building that sits on 1000 ft2 cement pad, it has a maintenance area that is used to store equipment and supplies to do the 7 diamonds in corunna

Project Priority PF17 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Building interior is past its life cycle
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
50

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Stewart Ball Park New Washrooms

Work In Progress (WIP) no

Project Description/Need for Work
The maintenance shed at Stewart, is an old block walled building that sits on 600 ft2 cement pad, it has a Storage area for Minor ball that is used to store equipment. There is also a set of washrooms in this park

Project Priority PF18 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name CAP – Shade Structure

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
It was suggested by council to add a shad structure to Cap park near the Splash pad. This would require a cement pad with an shade structure overtop,

Project Priority PF19 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Park Facilities

Project Name Courtright Main Diamond Lights

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Relamp Eric MacKenzie Field. It has approxiamelty 24 lights not working out of the 104 fixtures. Combination of bulbs and ballasts. The cement poles would be reused they just need to be relamped with new controller These lights were installed in the early 90’s.
We looked at a budgetary number for this and hopes that the associations involved will be able to apply for grants for this

Project Priority PF 16 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Park Facilties

Project Name CAP- Tennis Court Repair

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The repair done in sprnig was a temporary fix. This court needs drainage all around, all cracks sealed to prevent moisture from coming up,new foundation for new pickleball courts (we would beturning one tennis/pickle ball court into two pickle ball courts with this project) Install a tack coat, install asphalt reinforcing fabric, new ashpalt over fabric, new colour and lines.

Project Priority PF15 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other
Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates)
Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves Equipment reserves
DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir.
Long Term Financing
Debenture Lease

Total Financing

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2022-87

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 -2026

Department Community Services

Service/Program Park Facilities

Project Name Sign at 40& Hill

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
With the community signs being replaced throuhout the township it was mentioned to get the sign out at the corner of 40 highway and Hill Street replaced
This is a Public Works Property that was not added to their budget

Project Priority PF21 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Courtright River Washrooms

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
A motion came from council to add a heated washroom to courtright river park
John Dobson and Shawn Bogart have removed the Clock from the bayside mall pictures attached and would like
to build a combined clock tower/washroom in courtright river washroom We do not have a heated washroom within another community this would add to our operating budget as this would
need to be cleaned daily, checked for ice and snow build up on entrances and exits.
Project Priority PF13 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Haven’t had a washroom there

Useful Live (Years)
50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Guthrie River Washrooms

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The washrooms along the river are at the end of their life cycles they all were installed in the 1960’s when the Parkway
Commission operated these parks. If we are going to start adding new washrooms that did not exist before than we
should start to replace the existing washrooms that we have along the river
There are 5 existing washrooms that could be replaced over the next 5 years

Project Priority PF14 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Life Cycle

Useful Live (Years)
50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Sombra River Park – New Hydro Install

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
This was a 2021 project that did not get completed, there were delays with hydro

There is no power in this park, it would have to be brought in from the road and electrical panel added to the park

Project Priority PF20 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

No hydro before

Useful Live (Years)
50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Cathcart Laundry and Washroom

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The Cathcart laundry and Washrooms are in need of a face lift inside. This area is past its life cycle for what it is used for.

Project Priority C1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Mooretown Camp Washroom

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Mooretown Campground Washroom interior needs a face lift, the interior is past its lifespan for its use.

Project Priority C2 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Cathcart New Building

Work In Progress (WIP) no

Project Description/Need for Work
This project has stalled out, as it escalated from a store to a Shelter in Place with help from CF industries

The cost went up signifigantly when the scope went up and this made it uncomfortable to consider the project at that

level.

Project Priority C3 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 50

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Mooretown Campground Hydro Replacement

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
All hydro in the ground at Mooretown Campground needs to be upgraded, The wire is insufficent for the power needed for the newer trailers and increase in power that these units are using.
Currently we can’t keep breakers on to run the pods at full capacity, so we have reduced the usage by reducing the amount of trailers on the pods. In A,B,C,G pod we would like to remove 2 sites per pod to keep the hydro running Currently we have removed a site in A&B pod
Project Priority C4 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other
Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Golf Course

Project Name Golf Equipments and Carts

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
Purchase of 10 more golf carts to replace the current fleet Purchase new GKIV
Purchase used Fairway Unit

Project Priority G1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement

Life cycle
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)
15

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Golf Course

Project Name Windows/Doors/Siding

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes

Project Description/Need for Work
Some windows and doors were purchased last year and 1/3 of the building was sided. This would finish off all the building in regards to windows siding and doors

Project Priority G3 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Golf Course

Project Name Patio Covers and Deck Expansion

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
In 2021 we increased our outdoor dinning space and this was a huge success with increased revenues in the food
and beverage side of things. The final step of this process is to expand the deck out beside the banquet hall, this
would allow for larger events such as weddings to be able to host events of 200 in the banquet room and new deck area and another 200 on the patio area as well, allowing us to hold a wedding and
a golf tournament or daily golf at the same time
Project Priority G1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Demand in this area for a venue such as this

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget

Total Expenditures/

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Service/Program Golf Course

Project Name Furniture

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
We would like to continue the purchase of new furniture inside and outside to accomadate the patrons inside and out

Project Priority G4 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

2022 Public Works Capital Budget

Public Works continues to develop its Capital Plan based upon the Core Asset Management Plan. The revised Asset Management Plan for Core Assets was finalized near the end of October. The updated plan provides a more accurate reflection of the state of core infrastructure, improved life cycle information and a more accurate view of priority asset needs. The revised capital investment priorities provided by the updated asset management plan are based on new condition information, revised asset strategy, risk data and incorporates the 10 year plan for wastewater developed in 2020. The revised plan will also identify the updated funding gaps that exist between the current annual asset funding trends and required funding to maintain target Levels of Service.
Due to the timing of the revised plan completion the 2022 Capital submission of core asset capital items was not influenced to a great extent but future budgets, beginning in 2023, will be more aligned with the revised plan.
Public Works has initiated the risk management framework development planned for this year that will allow for risk assessment on various assets and related projects to improve prioritization and enable more targeted capital spending based on risk reduction. The risk evaluation & framework initiative will carry into 2022.
The 2022 Capital recommendations have been made based on a mix of new and previous asset management plan data. However, the asset management plan will continue to drive the project priorities influenced by the target asset Level of Service as well as efficiency, safety and risk.

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Urban Asphalt Resurfacing

Work In Progress (WIP) No
Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes curb & gutter repairs, manhole repairs and the milling and resurfacing of urban asphalt roads. This 5 year capital spending plan is consistent with our asset management plan. Roads shall be resurfaced in terms of; pavement age, distress and lifecycle costs in accordance with the Township approved asset management plan.
Routine resurfacing extends pavement life by 10-15 years

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 15

Prolongs useful life AMP Priority

Improves drainage, ride quality and friction

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name St. Clair Parkway – Cold-in-Place Recycling Rokeby Line to Emily Street
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the rehabilitation of the existing asphalt road with cold-in-place recyling technology and the placement
of a hot-mix wearing course. This project is a high priority in the asset management plan. Also included in this project,
is the complete reconstruction of the east side paved shoulder and rehabilitation of the St. Clair River Trail under a separate
budget item. Traffic Count between Rokeby Line and Emily Street (2014) – Daily Volume = 4886 vehicles

Comments

Useful Live (Years) 15-20

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 800,000 800,000
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 800,000 800,000 – – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Murray Street Reconstruction – Fane to Cameron

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the complete reconstruction of Murray Street from Fane Street to Cameron Street, including the
replacement of the existing storm sewer which is in very poor condition. Watermain was replaced in 2010.
Road to be reconstructed with new granular, curb & gutter and asphalt. Staff is recommending this road be completed with
the Cameron Street reconstruction for economy of scale.

Health or Safety Issues
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement HIGH
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Comments

High priority AMP Failing storm sewer

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 400,000.00 400,000.00 – –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
2020 carryover –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 400,000.00 400,000.00 – – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Cameron Street Reconstruction – Fane to Cameron

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the complete reconstruction of Cameron Street from Lyndoch Street to Baird Street, including the
replacement of the existing watermain which is in very poor condition.
Road to be reconstructed with new granular, curb & gutter and asphalt. Staff is recommending this road be completed with
the Murray Street reconstruction for economy of scale.

Health or Safety Issues
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement HIGH
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Comments

High priority AMP Failing watermain

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 850,000.00 850,000.00 – –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
2020 carryover –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 850,000.00 850,000.00 – – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Water Street Seawall Replacement

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes replacement of Township owned seawall that is in poor condition on Water Street in Sombra.
In 2020, detailed design was initiated and is progressing well. Due to capital priorities and potential grant funding
this project is planned for 2023 construction.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues MEDIUM
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Failing seawall AMP priority

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution 800,000.00 800,000.00
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 1,200,000.00 1,200,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
2021 carryover 65,000.00 65,000.00
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 2,065,000.00 65,000.00 2,000,000.00 – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name 2021 Rural Surface Treatment – Various Locations

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the applcation of surface treatment of 7kms of rural roads in accordance with the Township’s AMP
Roads will be selected and approved by Council prior to construction

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Useful Live (Years)

AMP priority

Restores acceptable service levels

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 210,000.00 – 210,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 210,000.00 – 210,000.00 – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Oil Springs Line – Highway 40 to St. Clair Parkway

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A
Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the rehabilitation of the existing asphalt road with cold-in-place recyling technology and the placement of a hot-mix wearing course. This project is a high priority in the asset management plan. Project is 4.3km in length

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 15-20

AMP Priority

Improves drainage, ride quality and friction

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering
Service/Program Roads
Project Name Lambton Line – Highway 40 to Kimball & Pretty to Mandaumin
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A
Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the rehabilitation of the existing asphalt road with cold-in-place recyling technology and the placement of a hot-mix wearing course. This project is a high priority in the asset management plan. Project is 12.5km in length

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 15-20

AMP Priority

Improves drainage, ride quality and friction

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering
Service/Program Roads
Project Name Brigden Road – Village to Plank Road
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A
Project Description/Need for Work
This section of Brigden Road was rehabilitated with cold-in-place recycling in 2007. The plan year for this project is 2025, which is 18 years from the original rehabilitation date. This is a prime opportunity to re-invest in this asset by performing a simple hot-mix overlay, extending the life by another 10-15 years. Project is 8.2km in length

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 15-Oct

AMP Priority

Improves drainage, ride quality and friction

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name St. Clair Parkway – Lasalle Line to Shell Main Entrance

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A
Project Description/Need for Work
This section of St. Clair Parkway is rated very poor and is a major trucking and transportation artery for the Shell Refinery.
Staff is proposing that this section be completely reconstructed to a major arterial standard with new granular material and hot-mix asphalt.

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 15-Oct

AMP Priority

Improves drainage, ride quality and friction

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Beckwith Street Reconstruction – Colborne to Albert
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the reconstruction of Beckwith Street from Colborne Road to Albert Street including excavation, new granular material, curb & gutter and hot-mix asphalt. This project is not a priority within the Asset
Management Plan as it involves an increase in level of service.

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Not a priority project Increase in service level

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves
DC reserves (Industrial Park) Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge Rehabilitation & Maintenance (Reserves)

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
The work will include replacement of railing systems, expansion joints and asphalt surfaces on various bridges as
outlined in biennial bridge inspections. Also included in this will be miscellaneous bridge cleaning and painting to reduce
deterioration caused by corrosion. The yearly balance of the project is carried forward to subsequent years.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Address important AMP priorities

Useful Live (Years)

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 950,000.00 190,000.00 190,000.00 190,000.00 190,000.00 190,000.00
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -2021 Carryover 140,000.00 140,000.00
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 1,090,000.00 330,000.00 190,000.00 190,000.00 190,000.00 190,000.00

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge 2 – Smith Line over Sydenham River

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/A

Project Description/Need for Work
This bridge was inspected in 2020 and has a BCI of 74 which is considered good condition. However, the Township has
been monitoring unusual rotation in the west abutment for a number of years. In 2019, Council awarded the detailed
design to correct the abutment rotation to BM Ross. This design is ongoing and construction is proposed to commence
in 2022.

Health or Safety Issues MEDIUM
Cost Saving/Paybacks HIGH
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen MEDIUM
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Comments

Quick action is required to mitigate large future expenses

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 330,000.00 330,000.00 – –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 330,000.00 330,000.00 – – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge 44 – St. Clair Parkway over Marhsy Creek

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
This bridge was constructed in 1934 and has not underwent any major rehabilitation to date. This bridge is currently
rated as a BCI of 54 which is considered poor. Design work for this project was awarded in 2021 and is progressing well.
Construction is planned for 2022 once all necessary regulatory approvals can be obtained.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues HIGH
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Bridge is in poor condition Priority in the AMP

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 550,000.00 550,000.00 – –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
2021 Design Carryover 40,000.00 40,000.00
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 590,000.00 590,000.00 – – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge 50 – St. Clair Parkway over Marhsy Creek

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
This bridge was constructed in 1934 and has not underwent any major rehabilitation to date. This bridge is currently
rated as a BCI of 53 which is considered poor. Design work for this project was awarded in 2021 and is progressing well.
Construction is planned for 2023 once all necessary regulatory approvals can be obtained. Staff is planning to coordinate
this replacement with the replacement of the Sweeny Drain culvert immediately north of this location

Health or Safety Issues HIGH
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Comments

Bridge is in poor condition Priority in the AMP

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 550,000.00 – 550,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves 40,000.00 40,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 590,000.00 40,000.00 550,000.00 – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge 75 – St. Clair Parkway over Sweeny Drain

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
This bridge was constructed in 1934 and has not underwent any major rehabilitation to date. This bridge is currently
rated as a BCI of 49 which is considered poor. Design work has not yet been initiated for this project.
Construction is planned for 2023 once all necessary regulatory approvals can be obtained. Staff is planning to coordinate
this replacement with the replacement of the Marshy Creek culvert immediately south of this location

Health or Safety Issues HIGH
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Comments

Bridge is in poor condition Priority in the AMP

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 550,000.00 – 550,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 550,000.00 – 550,000.00 – – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge 56 – Rokeby Line over Thorton Drain

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
The construction date of this bridge is unknown. No major or minor rehabilitations have taken place on this structure.
This bridge was inspected in 2020 and received a BCI of 20 which is considered very poor. Design is proposed in
2023 and replacement in 2024

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues HIGH
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Bridge is in poor condition Priority in the AMP

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 550,000.00 – 50,000.00 500,000.00 – –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 550,000.00 – 50,000.00 500,000.00 – –

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge 37 – White Line over Clay Creek

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #
Project Description/Need for Work
The construction date of this bridge is unknown, but it is believed to be at least 70 years old. A minor rehabilitation was performed in 2010 to repair the girders. This bridge was inspected in 2020 and received a BCI rating of 40, which is considered poor. Design is proposed to begin in 2024 and replacement in 2025.

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Bridge is in poor condition Priority in the AMP

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge 97 – Rokeby Line over Thorton Drain

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #
Project Description/Need for Work
The construction date of this strcture is unknown. No major or minor rehabilitations have taken place on this structure. This bridge was inspected in 2020 and received a BCI of 57 which is considered poor. Design is proposed in
2025 and replacement in 2026

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Bridge is in poor condition Priority in the AMP

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering

Service/Program Bridges

Project Name Bridge86 – Pretty Road over Annett Drain

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #
Project Description/Need for Work
The construction date of this strcture is unknown. No major or minor rehabilitations have taken place on this structure. This bridge was inspected in 2020 and received a BCI of 62 which is considered fair to poor. Design is proposed in 2025 and replacement in 2026

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Bridge is in poor condition Priority in the AMP

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Engineering

Service/Program Storm

Project Name Paget Street Storm Sewer Relining through Easement

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
This work includes the relining of approximately 230 metres of 750mm corrugated steel pipe through an easement which runs through
the backyards of residences on the north side of Paget Street between Murray and Lyndoch. A portion also runs through the parking
lot of the Bad Dog Bar and Grill. Currently there is a prime opportunity to install a cured in place liner within the pipe, saving upwards
of 1 million dollars on an eventual replacement.

Health or Safety Issues HIGH
Cost Saving/Paybacks HIGH
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen HIGH
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Comments

Priority in the AMP

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 192,500.00 192,500.00 – – – –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -2020 Carryover –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 192,500.00 192,500.00 – – – –

Municipality of St. Clair

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2022 – 2026

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-201

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 400,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – Storm Reserves 100,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 500,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Project Name 10 Year Drain Debenture (Barnes Drain)
Move-off completed in 2013 along Brigden Road

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves Drain reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name McGillivray Drain

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Dawson Branch Drain

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Government Drain #3 Branch Drains

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replaceme
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Hubbard Drain

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Routledge Drain
Lawn Culvert

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Stewart Drain

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Chowen Drain

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name McGee Drain

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Churcher Drain

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Gray Drain East

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name PARR DRAIN NORTH
Along Brigden Road – south end of Brigden – Adelia Str.

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name EAST STREET – SOMBRA
Along east side of East Street

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name OLD RIVER ROAD DRAIN
Along west side of Old River Road

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Name Henry Drain
Along north side of Wilkesport Line.

Project Description/Need for Work

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Useful Life (yrs)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilities/Design Furnishing/Equipment Site work/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-300

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
Educ reserves 500,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 500,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Site work/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-301

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 55,000.00 55,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 55,000.00 55,000.00 – – – –

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Site work/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-302

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 200,000.00 200,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 200,000.00 200,000.00 – – – –

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-303

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 125,000.00 125,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 125,000.00 125,000.00 – – – –

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-306

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 250,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Envir – Education Reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 250,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-308

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 70,000.00 70,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 70,000.00 70,000.00 – – – –

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-309

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) 50,000.00 50,000.00 –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 50,000.00 50,000.00 – – – –

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

Comments

2022-310

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) – –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves 50,000.00 50,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 50,000.00 50,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Equipment

Project Name Pickup Trucks for Wastewater Treatment Plant

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Pickup trucks are required for the Courtright Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Staff. The plan is to purchase
1 3/4 ton 4×4 extended cab truck complete with snow plow. And 1 extended cab half ton 4×4 pick up truck.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs High
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 15

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves
Equipment reserves 130,000.00 130,000.00
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 130,000.00 130,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Equipment

Project Name Vactor Truck Replacement

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Replace our current 2008 Combination Vactor truck with a newer Positive Displacment Comintaion Vactor truck.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs High
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 15

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Equipment Trade In
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves
Equipment reserves 700,000.00 700,000.00
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 700,000.00 700,000.00 – – – –

REPORT

MEETING TO BE CONSIDERED: Capital Budget DATE: November 25, 2021
TO: Mayor Steve Arnold & St. Clair Township Council
John Rodey, CAO Jeff Baranek, Clerk

FROM: Chris Westbrook, Coordinator of Operations, Water/Wastewater Public Works Department

RE: Combination Sewer Vactor Truck Replacement

Information: As per Council’s request staff have prepared this report to provide additional information for the 2022 Capital Budget process for replacement of Unit 29. The purpose of this report is to demonstrate the importance of replacing the current Combination Sewer Vactor truck, and to provide clarity on costs to replace the unit.
Currently we own a 2008 Combination Sewer Cleaner Vactor Truck built by Joe Johnson Equipment. The Vactor/Combination unit sits on a 2008 Peterbilt Chassis. St. Clair Township took delivery of current Unit 29 in March of 2008 with a total cost of $336,201.08 plus PST and GST.
Unit 29 is an essential piece of equipment that is used for many purposes. Some examples include sanitary sewer main flushing, sewer main rodding, sewer force main flushing, sanitary sewer pump station cleaning, catch basin cleaning, water main repairs/maintenance, daylighting third party utilities, service repairs/installations (water, sewer, and storm), streetlight pole replacements and streetlight cable replacements just to name a few. Operations Staff call Unit 29 the miracle truck as we use it for almost everything.
It is essential that we continue to own our own Combination Sewer Vactor Truck. Owning our own truck allows us to utilize the truck 24/7. This includes afterhours emergencies. The Swift Internet Project is another example of why owning our own Vactor Truck is essential. Daylighting utilities for all excavations is more important than ever and should be completed for all excavations moving forward. In the past when our truck was unavailable (out of service for maintenance/repairs) it was very difficult to find a vendor locally that has a truck capable of performing all the functions that we require (rodding sewer mains as an example). Council will recall that St. Clair Township has been called upon in emergency

situations to assist other Municipalities for afterhours sewer rodding emergencies. Local companies have Vac trucks but none of them to my knowledge have sewer rodding capabilities for clearing blocked sanitary sewer mains or sanitary lateral blockages. Most companies that have this type of equipment are in larger cities such as London, Toronto, or Windsor. It would take hours for them to respond in an emergency.
St. Clair Township Public Works utilizes an equipment replacement schedule. Public Works generates revenue in the equipment reserve by charging equipment rental or usage rates. The current chargeable rate for Unit 29 is $147.00 per hour. According to iCity Unit 29 has generated $882,000 to the Public Works Equipment Reserve account.
Combination Sewer Trucks require frequent maintenance. There is daily, weekly, and monthly preventive maintenance that is required. Obviously the older the unit gets the more the truck breaks down, and more repairs are required. Maintenance history is showing over the last 3 years that repair costs have quadrupled annually. Unit 29 will soon need to have a complete overhaul of the JetRodder water pump and piping system. It will also require an overhaul on the Vactor’s fan system and replacement of all the suction hoses and tubes.
Using our OMS (Asset Management/work management software) we were able to generate a report from September 1st of 2018 to October 1st of 2021. (No program was in place prior to September 2018)
Below is a breakdown from the program (OMS report).

Unit 29 Usage Information Sept 2018 – Oct 2020
Total tasks September 1, 2018
until October 1,
2021

Total hours Total funds added to equipment reserves from truck usage Total Estimated Costs if a third party was utilized
Estimated cost of leasing a truck from Joe Johnson for three years

Total internal maintenance tasks

Total internal maintenance costs
(OMS tasks)

Total External maintenance costs (iCity)
3456 2495 $366,795 $723,550 $612,000 84 $19,000 $145,000

Preliminary discussions with Joe Johnson Equipment, it is estimated that a new replacement Combination Sewer Truck will cost between $550,000 to $650,000 plus taxes.

Respectfully Submitted,

Chris Westbrook
Coordinator of Operations Water/Wastewater

THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING.

AGAIN.

THE NEW VACTOR® 2100i. SIMPLY BETTER.

intuitive. intelligent. innovative. individualized. incomparable.

These words describe the new Vactor 2100i. Add it all together and you have a machine that combines proven performance with a new level of simplicity and ease. With an emphasis on ergonomics, Vactor has engineered an array of innovations that together speeds work, reduces fatigue on your operators, and lets them focus on the work in front of them, not the machine behind them. Among the host of innovations you‘ll find on the 2100i are:
• New IntuiTouchTM single in-cab control screen for PTO/Transfer Case Activation that is as simple as pushing a button

• New IntuiTouch operator control station that features a singular, adjustable control panel for operator ease and comfort during all sewer cleaning functions
• New 7” easy-to-read screen at the operator’s station to monitor critical data from the sewer cleaning system and chassis

• New optional wireless controls, including updated belly pack and handheld remotes featuring a view screen for monitoring key operational functions when working away from the truck
• New optional RDB 1015TM Rapid Deployment Boom telescopes out 10 feet and extends the debris hose down 15 feet minimizing the need for additional tubes, speeding and easing set-up and tear-down
The new 2100i is truly the evolution of a revolution that is not just easier to operate…it’s easier on the operator

VACTOR 2100i. INTUITIVE IN EVERY WAY.
New IntuiTouchTM one-touch in-cab controls redefine simplicity
• 7” touch screen control features backlit tactile buttons

• Includes controls and viewing screen for camera, lighting, recirculation and PTO/Transfer case activation

• One-Touch engagement to activate PTO and transfer case – allowing operators to gain control of all operational systems

• Operator can view the current operating mode, recirculation status, flows, pressures and more

New IntuiTouch control station puts all cleaning system functions into a single, simple control panel
• Articulating controls with up/down adjustment for individualized maximum comfort – articulation allows the control panel to adjust on a 90 degree arc for better access and screen visibility while operating the hose reel and boom

• All controls are consolidated into a single control panel including a 7” dashboard screen with glove-friendly tactile buttons featuring at-a-glance data for water pressure and flow, hose footage, chassis RPM, vacuum information, water level*, debris tank level* and more

• New, reliable touch buttons with backlit feedback enable the operator to know if a selected function is active

• The new hose reel joystick significantly improves response time and pays in and out in the direction of the hose reel

• The boom joystick has a telescoping feature built in, giving the operator full mobility with multiple direction boom movement for quicker set up

• Operators have full control of the water system via a single Multi-Flow control dial – enabling them to precisely match the flow and pressure to the job requirements

• E-stops located at all operator control points bring the unit to a safe condition to protect both the operator and the equipment
*Optional equipment

UP AND DOWN, FRONT AND BACK
THE VACTOR 2100i OFFERS YOU GREATER OPERATING EASE AND EFFICIENCY.

• JetRodder® Water Pump

• Uniquely designed for sewer cleaning, the JetRodder Water Pump provides smooth continuous flows through its entire operating range – ranges available from of 0 to 100 GPM and pressures up to 3000 PSI
• Easily activated, powerful “Jackhammer” action for long runs or difficult blockages
• The slow movements of its five moving parts make the Vactor JetRodder pump the industry leader in longevity and carefree maintenance

• Vactor’s Multi-Flow system lets operators set the flow at a lower rpm resulting in better fuel economy without sacrificing performance

• Vactor’s unique air-routing and filtration system get the work done faster, safer, and more productively

• All water valves are located in the same mid-ship control station, reducing the amount of walking back and forth around the truck by the operator

• The quieter engine design, high ground clearance, lower water fill point, and twist-and-lock pipe restraints enhance the operator experience

• The hose reel can telescope out up to 15 inches and rotate up to 270O for optimal positioning

• Vactor’s water tank system is designed and built
with high quality, high-strength light weight aluminum for maximum capacity and maintaining a low center of gravity – the tanks feature superior corrosion resistance and are backed by a 10-year standard warranty

• Unique Modul-Flex design provides for maximum capacities and optimum weight distribution on every truck

• Standard 60 inch (1524 mm) high dump enables you to unload debris into roll-offs up to 5-feet (1.524 m) high without requiring a lift or ramp

IntuiTouch articulated controls put controls within comfortable reach, allowing operators to better focus on their work

Vactor’s centrifugal cyclones* are designed and located to improve air filtration and permit easier cleaning

*Optional equipment

THE VACTOR 2100i COMES IN
THE CONFIGURATIONS YOU NEED.

Our Positive Displacement (PD) model is ideal for pulling material long distances

With blower offerings providing inlet volumes in excess of 5000 CFM and 18 Hg vacuum, the Vactor 2100i PD is the machine you need to tackle your deepest pulls. In addition, our multi-stage blower filtration system is the most productive of its kind, and unique design features make the 2100i the most operator friendly unit available.

For all around service, choose a single engine, single or dual stage fan model
Vactor’s fan system is the right choice for all-around sanitary and storm sewer cleaning. Whether equipped with a single or dual (for greater vacuum) fan system, our lightweight, perfectly balanced aluminum fan provides superior performance to handle your toughest jobs. Our unique system also minimizes energy consumption while maximizing performance.

Our water recycling model saves thousands of gallons of clean water every shift
Simple to operate, our self-cleaning system offers significant advantages:

• Absolute water filtration to 100 micron particle sizes eliminates most abrasive particles to protect the water pump, hoses, nozzles, and sewer lines

• 5-stage filtration system combines settling, centrifugal separation and absolute filtration to 100 microns
• Simultaneous operation recycles water while cleaning lines

• No moving parts in the body or tanks

• Never a need to enter a body or tank to maintain the system components

CUSTOMIZE YOUR 2100i WITH PERFORMANCE DRIVEN OPTIONS.

Our RDB 1015 Rapid TM
Deployment Boom

Our revolutionary new boom telescopes 10 feet out and extends the debris hose down 15 feet speeding work, and, in many cases, eliminating the need for additional tubes, reducing operator fatigue. The RDB 1015 offers you:

• Dramatic reduction in set-up and tear-down time with boom’s ability to pay-in and pay-out 15 feet of vacuum hose

• Reach greater depths without raising the position of the boom to enhance speed and efficiency

• The ability to work in areas of low overhead clearance without raising the boom and still reach needed depths

New wireless controls
Vactor has enhanced its wireless controls with new belly pack and handheld remotes that feature two-way data transmission, including active pressure and flow information for the water and the ability to monitor hose footage being paid out or retracted. Our wireless controls also allow:

• Extensive operation with greater control away from the fixed operator station

• Multiple control functions including hose reel control, boom control, e-stop and more

Over 100 precision-engineered enhancements are available, including:

• Cold weather recirculation system
• Liquid debris pump-off system
• Debris flush-out system
• Fail-safe hydraulic door locking system
• Water tank capacity up to 1,500 gallons (5,678 L)

• Pump delivery system up to 120 gpm
• Hose reel capacity up to 1,000 ft. (305 m)
• Automatic hose level wind guide
• Safety warning lighting packages
• Hydro-Excavation Kits

Demo the new Vactor 2100i today.
Visit Vactor.com to find your local dealer.

THE NEW VACTOR 2100i
Performance you expect from a proven leader.

For nearly half a century, Vactor® Manufacturing has been the leader in building combination sewer cleaners that offer innovations and design advantages that drive productivity, enhance operator performance and security, and bring operations large and small greater economy and efficiency. With the new Vactor 2100i, we have once again raised the bar, bringing you a new level of operating ease and greater control.

More than a manufacturer, Vactor offers you customized solutions featuring unmatched quality and backed by powerful support. When the rain is falling and the water is rising, Vactor is the brand you can trust.

2100i.vactor.com
Vactor Manufacturing, Inc. • 1621 South Illinois Street • Streator, IL 61364 USA Phone 815.672.3171 • Fax 815.672.2779
Specifications subject to change without notice. Some products shown with optional equipment. Vactor®, JetRodder®, IntuiTouchTM, RDB 1015TM, and ParkNClean® are registered trademarks of Vactor Manufacturing. This product may be covered by one or more United States Patents and/or pending patent applications. See: www.vactor.com/ patents. Vactor is a subsidiary of Federal Signal Corp. Federal Signal is listed in the NYSE by the symbol FSS.
Effective Date 2/18 P/N 00107-F ©2018 Vactor Manufacturing

Department Public Works

Service/Program P.W. Equipment

Comments

2022-402

Useful Life 12 years

Total Expenditures 82,000.00 82,000.00 – – – –

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) 3,000.00 3,000.00
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves 79,000.00 79,000.00
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 82,000.00 82,000.00 – – – –

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

2022-403

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) 5,000.00 5,000.00
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves 365,000.00 365,000.00
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 370,000.00 370,000.00 – – – –

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilities/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other

Financing:

2022-404

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution (trade-in) –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves –
Equipment reserves 55,000.00 55,000.00
DC reserves –
Other – PW Equipment –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 55,000.00 55,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Public Works Facilitities

Project Name Moortown Operaitons Roof Replacement

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes Previous project # 2021-451

Project Description/Need for Work
The steel roof on the main shop in Mooretown is in need of replacement
This project was approved in 2021 budget. Cost estimates are higher than expected and additional funds are
required to be added to this budget for 2022

Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Building reserves 85,000.00 85,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 85,000.00 85,000.00 – – – –

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Department Public Works

Service/Program Wastewater

Project Name Township Wastewater Servicing Study

Work In Progress (WIP)

2021-500

Project Description/Need for Work
The purpose of this project is to retain a Consultant to perform a wastewater servicing study throughout the entire Township
to determine collection and treatment capacities within each sewage catchment. This is an important task in terms of
Economic Development as the Township would be able to provide a document to interested parties detailing the available
sewage capacity within the various areas of the Township.

Comments

Health or Safety Issues MEDIUM
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs HIGH
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Wastewater reserves 30,000 30,000
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 30,000 30,000 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Wastewater

Project Name Sanitary Pump Station Electrical Panel Replacements

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Replace aging electrical panels, plc controllers and electrical components as per the Council approved 10 year
wastewater plan

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 20

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Wastewater reserves 195,000.00 75,000.00 60,000.00 60,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 195,000.00 75,000.00 – 60,000.00 – 60,000.00

Department Public Works

Service/Program Wastewater

Project Name Sanitary Main Station Generator Replacements

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #
Project Description/Need for Work
Replace onsite generators, automatic transfer switches, electrical panels and onsite electriacl components.

A condition assesment was completed as part of our asset management program. The current generator configuration does not meet the TSSA requirements.

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Financing 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds
Wastewater reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

Department Public Works

Service/Program Wastewater

Project Name Queen & Riverside Pump Station Rehabilitation

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes Previous project # 2021-552

Project Description/Need for Work
Replace pumps, piping, valves, hardware inside sanitary wet well along with new concrete lid, new valve chamber and
upgraded electrical panel. Detailed design and ECA amendments have been started for this project.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Wastewater reserves 365,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 365,000.00 – – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Wastewater

Project Name Lab Equipment for the CWWTP

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
We require lab equipment to complete sampling at the Courtright WWTP.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs High
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Wastewater reserves 40,000.00 40,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 40,000.00 40,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Wastewater

Project Name Corunna Pump Station Fall Arrest Tie Offs

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
There is currently no safety access or tie off locations on the Corunna Pump Station Roof. The Corunna Pump Station
has a live roof that requires quarterly maintenance to be completed. The plan is to install an access ladder and mount tie
off anchor points in the centreline of the roof. Workers would use a self-retracting lanyard and tie
off to the anchor points.

Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Wastewater reserves 25,000.00 25,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 25,000.00 25,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Kimball Road Watermain Looping
Courtright Line to Oil Springs Line
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the looping between two dead ends on Kimball Road from Courtright Line to Oil Springs Line.
The project will eliminate dead ends and increase redundancy in the area.
Carryover project from 2021

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Project Budget
Expenditures:
Studies
Land
Asset Purchase
Utilties/Design
Furnishing/Equipment
Sitework/Landscaping
Contingency
Interim Financing Cost
Other
Total Expenditures

Financing:

Eliminate dead ends

Increase redundancy

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves – 410,000.00 –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing – 410,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Cameron Street Watermain Replacement
Lyndoch to Baird
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the replacement of the existing 150mm ductile iron watermain on Cameron Street from
Lyndoch to Baird Street. The existing watermain has experience routine breaks and requires replacement. This project
will be tendered with the Murray and Cameron Street Reconstruction for economy of scale.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Useful Live (Years) 100

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves – 500,000.00 –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing – 500,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Adelia Street Watermain Replacement
Brigden Road to Courtright Line
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the replacement of the existing 150mm asbestos cement watermain on Adelia Street
from Brigden Road to Courtright Line

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Useful Live (Years) 100

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves – 200,000.00 –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing – 200,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Reedy Street Watermain Replacement
First Street to Second Street
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the replacement of the existing 150mm ductile iron watermain that runs through MacDonald Park
This project is scheduled to be completed prior to the construction of a new parking lot within the park lands

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Useful Live (Years) 100

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves – 175,000.00 –
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing – 175,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name SCADA and Server Upgrades

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes Previous project # 2021-650

Project Description/Need for Work
Carry Forward from 2020. Update SCADA software and server

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves 90,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 90,000.00 – – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Communications Upgrades for SCADA

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes Previous project # 2021-651

Project Description/Need for Work
Carry forward from 2021. Replace old dial up internet with an updated cellular communications system. This will include
integration, programming and PLC upgrades for the existing RTU (Flygt) controllers.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 25

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves 117,000.00 117,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 117,000.00 117,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Locate Program

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes Previous project # 2021-652

Project Description/Need for Work
Carry forward from 2020. Public Works needs to purchase a locate program to streamline the locate process.
This program will allow staff to submit locates to One Call paperless. St. Clair Township Public Works is one of the last
utilities to use carbon copy paper for locates.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues
Cost Saving/Paybacks Medium
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs High
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 15

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves 80,000.00 80,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 80,000.00 80,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Laptop Computers

Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
Laptops are required for staff completing locates. The laptops will also require cellular communications.
The plan is to purchase 10 laptops for the water/wastewater staff to utilize while completing locates and On Call duty.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs High
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 15

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves 35,000.00 35,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 35,000.00 35,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Shell/Dockside Water Service Installation

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes

Project Description/Need for Work
New water services are required for Shell and Dockside. The new services need to be brought off of the new water main
on St. Clair Parkway. The existing water main needs to be eliminated due to age and the fact the water main is located
on private property with no registered easments in place.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 40

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves 90,000.00 90,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 90,000.00 90,000.00 – – – –

Department Public Works

Service/Program Water

Project Name Moore Shop Internet Upgrades

Work In Progress (WIP) No

Project Description/Need for Work
The Moore Shop requires a new internet source. The current Antenna at the shop is in need of replacment. The
recommended replacement is Fibre Internet. This would involve running Fibre from the Golf Course to the Moore shop.
The Swift program is not running Fibre down Moore Line.

Project Priority
Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues High
Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemen High
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement High
Other

Useful Live (Years) 30

Financing:

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies –
Direct Development Contrib. –
External contribution –
Others (Fundraising) –
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) –
From Operations (User rates) –
Reserves/Reserve Funds
Water reserves 250,000.00 250,000.00
Equipment reserves –
DC reserves –
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. –
Long Term Financing
Debenture –
Lease –

Total Financing 250,000.00 250,000.00 – – – –