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CAPITAL BUDGET AGENDA FOR THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26, 2020

1. Opening Remarks – John Rodey, CAO 5:00-5:10
– Charles Quenneville, Treasurer

2. Capital Budget

A) Fire department presentation 5:11- 5:30

B) Community Service presentation 5:31- 6:30

C) Public Works 6:31-7:45

3. Capital Budget Wrap-up 7:46-8:00

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REPORT

DATE: November 1, 2020

TO: Finance Committee

FROM: Charles Quenneville, Treasurer

RE: 2021 Capital Budget

Recommendation: “That the Initial 2021 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. Attached at the end of this tab is the approved capital budget policy to help describe the budgeting process, definition of terminology, general principles, and concepts to consider in the decision making. Please note the 2021 OCIF have not been communicated, we are budgeting one million dollars. I contacted our ministry contact and they are still working on this grant and would not comment if we will be receiving anything in 2021.

We met with the department heads to review their priorities for the 2021 capital budget. The department heads provided functional capital budget sheets based on their responsibility which can be found under the Project # Tab. A summary of the prioritized projects for the year 2021 is attached on Exhibit A1 to A4 along with the projected reserves on Exhibit B. The Bold line on Exhibit A2 to A4 represents the cut off line and in particular column I represents the total which reflected on 2021 Budget Summary page Exhibit A1. The initial budget contains an incremental increase of $762,126 (Exhibit A1, Column G, Line 45) over 2020 approved capital budget.

Should you have any questions pertaining to any aspect of the 2021 capital budget package please feel free to contact the undersigned.

Charles Quenneville, Treasurer

John Rodey, CAO

1

A E F G
1 ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP
2
3 NET CAPITAL FINANCING BUDGET SUMMARY 2019 to 2021
4
5 2019 2020 2021
6 Approved Approved Preliminary
7 Jan.17,2019 Feb. 10, 2020 Not Approved
8
9 Fire 523,743 558,743 511,743
10
11 Gen Adm. Information Technology 40,000 –
12
13 Complex 150,000 150,000 150,000
14 Recreational Facilities 100,000 100,000 100,000
15 Parks Equipment 40,000 90,000 90,000
16 Parks Facilities & Improvements – 270,000 329,335
17
18 Golf – –
19 Campgrounds 3,503 – –
20 Museum’s – 20,000 33,500
21
22 Roads 1,928,938 1,922,938 2,137,938
23 Asset Management –
24 PW Operations Buildings 25,000 150,000 50,000
25
26 Bridges 815,000 687,500 580,000
27
28 Culvert 45,000 –
29
30 Sidewalk 37,500 –
31 Storm 100,000 100,000 100,000
32 Trails, Erosion & Seawall – 50,000 60,000
33 Street Lights/Signs 40,000 150,000
34
35 Drain 289,834 312,834 191,834
36
37 Total before Grants 4,021,018 4,529,515 4,484,350
38
39 Less: AMO GAS Tax Revenue (427,316) (427,316) (446,740)
40 Less: AMO GAS top up & surplus payment (470,926)
41 Less: OCIF Formula component (1,193,967) (1,172,395) (1,000,000)
42 Less: Unused Service Delivery grant (183,394) Not confirm
44
45 Taxation Levy after Grants 2,399,735 2,275,484 3,037,610
46 2021 Yearly Incremental difference (Col F – Col G Line 44) 762,126
47
48 Reserve Financing
49 Golf Course 100,000 270,000 180,000
50 Public Works-Equipment 143,000 286,000 593,000
51 Water 1,145,000 1,243,000 1,190,000
52 Sanitary 2,050,000 1,005,000 530,000
53
54 Total 5,837,735 5,079,484 6,292,736
2020-11-13 Exhibit A 1

B C D E F G H I J K L M
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Rev Total Initial Total Total
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Fund By Function Reserve Educ
3
4 2021-01 Fire Radio System replac-finance by County 2022 20 110,155 110,155 110,155
5 2021-02 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 400,000 100,000 300,000 410,155 Grant OMPF 235,500
6 2021-03 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 453,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
7 2021-04 Fire Breathing Apparatus 15 1,090,823 1,090,823 – 453,743 Res fire equpt 843, Breth 207, Dev Chg 40
8 2021-05 Fire Station 3 Courtright Repaving 20 95,000 45,000 50,000 503,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
9 2021-06 Fire Replace 2009 F150 Deputy Pickup 10 55,000 55,000 – 503,743 Res. Fire Vehicle 898,297
10 2021-07 Fire Station 1 Bridgen Washroom 20 20,000 20,000 – 503,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle 65,000
11 2021-08 Fire Wilkesport Station 4 Ventilations 15 28,000 20,000 8,000 511,743 Res Wilkesport fire hall
12 2021-09 Fire Station 3 Storage 12 X 20 Wooden shed 15 7,500 7,500 519,243 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
13
14 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 45,000 45,000 – – Res Gen Equipt
15
16 2021-20 Complex Annual Reserve contribution 15 200,000 50,000 150,000 150,000 Ext OMPF Grant
17 2021-25 Complex Plan B Rink Conver. New Plant refredgerant 3,500,000 3,500,000 – 150,000 Ext Grt & Debenture
18 2021-23 Complex Roof Replacement Rink 2 500,000 500,000 – 150,000 Res. Cplx 373, Dev Chg 127 231,000
19 2021-21 Complex Hot Water system & Boiler Systems 150,000 150,000 – 150,000 Res. Complex 598,000
20 2021-22 Complex Family Change Room remodel 75,000 75,000 – 150,000 Res. Complex
21 2020-24 Complex Health Club and changing rooms flooring 59,000 59,000 – 150,000 Res. Complex
22
23 2021-30 Rec. Fac. Facilities Lifecycle Annual cont per AMP 50 150,000 50,000 100,000 100,000 Ext OMPF Grant
24 2021-35 Rec. Fac. Emergency Bldg HVAC, paving & roof access 490,000 490,000 – 100,000 Rec Fac. 358, Educ 100 Dev Chg Police 32 100,000
25 2021-31 Rec. Fac. Replace Windows various facilities 100,000 100,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle 686,000
26 2021-34 Rec. Fac. Community Halls Fire deficiencies 150,000 150,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
27 2021-37 Rec. Fac. Courtright Community Hall Front Façade 50,000 50,000 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
28 2021-32 Rec. Fac. AODA Upgrades throughout the Township 20,000 20,000 – 100,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 20,000
29 2021-36 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre Main Washrooms 60,000 60,000 – 100,000 Res. Recr Fac 28, dev Chg 32
30 2021-33 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre HVAC Internals and controls 100,000 100,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
31
32 2021-65 Mus Sombra Mus. Replc. Chimmeys at Bury Huse 25,000 25,000 25,000
33 2021-60 Mus REilley cottage renovations 15,000 15,000 – 25,000 Res Moore Museum 21,500
34 2021-61 Mus Log Cabin Chinking replacement 15,000 6,500 8,500 33,500 Res Moore Museum
35 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates-4 yr project 50,000 50,000 83,500
36 –
37 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF
38 2021-41 Parks Truck replacement 50,000 50,000 – 90,000 Res.Park Equip & Vehicles
39 2021-42 Parks Truck replacement 50,000 50,000 – 90,000 Res.Park Equip & Vehicles
40 2021-43 Parks Stump Grinder 25,000 25,000 – 90,000 Res.Park Equip & Vehicles 125,000
41
42 2021-50 Prk Fac Boat Launches 90,000 90,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 90,000
43 2021-49 Prk Fac Parkway Boardwalk repairs 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
44 2021-51 Prk Fac Dugout Replacement 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
45 2021-48A Prk Fac Playground upgrades and replace surface 60,000 60,000 – – Prkld 15, Res Educ 45, 15,000 45,000
46 2021-48 Prk Fac Fencing Repairs and replacement 25,000 25,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 25,000
47 2021-53 Prk Fac Sports Field Refurbishing bleachers 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 10,000
48 2021-47 Prk Fac Macdonald Park Parking lot 75,000 75,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 75,000
49 2021-56 Prk Fac Shoreline Protection by SCRCA 450,000 120,665 329,335 329,335 Res Endownment 180,665
50 2021-52 Prk Fac Ball Diamond Lighting Replacement 50,000 50,000 – 329,335 Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
51 2021-54 Prk Fac River Park Washrooms 150,000 150,000 479,335
52

B C D E F G H I J K L M
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Rev Total Initial Total Total
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Fund By Function Reserve Educ
53 2021-46 Cmpgrnd Cathcart Seawall replacement crfwd 2018 46,000 46,000 – – Res. St. Clair Endowm
54 2021-72 Cmpgrnd Computers at all campgrounds 15,000 15,000 – – Res.Moo, Bran & Cathcart
55 2021-71 Cmpgrnd Cathcart Campground-Washroom Laundry 12,500 12,500 – – Res. Carth Reserve
56 2021-74 Cmpgrnd Brandon Cundick expansion 20,000 20,000 – – Res. Brandon-Cundick 25,000
57 2021-70 Cmpgrnd Mooretown Campground washroom 15,000 15,000 – – Res. Moore Campgrd 20,000
58 2021-73 Cmpgrnd Cathcart New registration building 175,000 175,000 – – Res. Carth Reserve 192,500
59
60 2021-80 Golf Golf Course equipment 80,000 80,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn 130,000
61 2021-81 Golf Refurbished golf club house 25,000 25,000 – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
62 2021-82 Golf Golf course pavement around club house 25,000 25,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
63 2021-83 Golf New Golf Club House – design 50,000 50,000 – Reserve Year End 90,000
64
65 2014-99 ROADS 2012 Road & Drainage Debentrue payment 8 287,938 287,938 287,938
66 2021-100 ROADS St. Clair Pwky Rokeby to Emily St 15 750,000 750,000 1,037,938
67 2021-101 ROADS Wilkesport-Reconst-Hwy 40 to Baby rd 10 900,000 900,000 1,937,938
68 2021-103 ROADS Rural Surface Treatment various location 200,000 200,000 2,137,938
69 2021-104 ROADS Seawall replac.Water street – Sombra 3 years 50 120,000 120,000 – 2,137,938 Res Educ & Endow 60,000 60,000
70 2021-105 ROADS St. Clair pwky slope stability Oil Sprg to Seager pk 75,000 75,000 – 2,137,938 Ext. Grt Uncond Service
71 2021-102 ROADS Wilkesport Line Slope stability east of village 40,000 40,000 – 2,137,938 Res. Road Cryfwd 2020
72 2021-113 ROADS Beckwith St. Recont. Colborne to Albert 440,000 440,000 2,577,938
73
74 2021-125 Ass Mgt Asset Management Plan Finalization cfrd 2020 50,000 50,000 – – Ext FCM Grant
75 2021-126 Ass Mgt Asset Management Risk Structure develop 40,000 40,000 – – Reserve Year End
76
77 2021-150 BRIDGES BRIDGE REHABILITATION & maintenance 190,000 110,000 80,000 80,000 Bridge reserves
78 2021-152 BRIDGES Bridge 45 Kerr Line over West Otter Creek 400,000 400,000 480,000
79 2021-153 BRIDGES Parkway-Marshy Creek @ – bridge 44-2 yrs 100 50,000 50,000 530,000
80 2021-154 BRIDGES Brdige 50 Prkwy over Marshy Creek – 2 yrs 100 50,000 50,000 580,000
81 2021-151 BRIDGES Smith Line over Synd. River bridge 2 100 220,000 220,000 800,000
82
83 2021-157 Culvert Holt Line over Government 8 drain 200,000 200,000 – Road Reserves 240,000
84
85 2021-200 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 160,000 60,000 100,000 100,000 Storm reserves
86
87 2021-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years Expires 2027 81,834 81,834 81,834
88 2021-251 Drain McGillivray Drain 225,000 225,000 – 81,834 External
89 2021-252 Drain Dawson Branch Drain 25,000 25,000 – 81,834 External
90 2021-253 Drain Gov’t Drain 3 branch 70,000 70,000 – 81,834 External
91 2021-254 Drain Hubbard Drain 300,000 275,000 25,000 – 81,834 Ext. 260, Grt 15,
92 2021-255 Drain Routledge Drain Lawn Culvert 55,000 55,000 – 81,834 External
93 2021-256 Drain Stewart Drain 55,000 55,000 – 81,834
94 2021-257 Drain Chowen Drain 70,000 20,000 50,000 131,834 External
95 2021-258 Drain McGee Drain 40,000 30,000 10,000 141,834 External
96 2021-259 Drain Churcher Drain 35,000 35,000 – 141,834
97 2021-260 Drain Gray Drain East 75,000 25,000 50,000 191,834 External
98 2020-261 Drain Parr Drain North-Along Brigden Rd-Eng 2 yrs 40,000 40,000 – 191,834 Reserves Drain
99
100 2021-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
101 2021-304 Riverbank River bank repairs – erosions 20 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
102 2021-305 Seawall Seawall replacement Fane Street 40 60,000 60,000 60,000

B C D E F G H I J K L M
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Rev Total Initial Total Total
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Fund By Function Reserve Educ
103
104 2021-303 Strtlght New street lights Port lambton – cfwd 20 125,000 125,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 125,000
105 2021-302 Roads Pedestrian Crossover improvements 20 150,000 150,000 150,000
106 2021-301 Signs Community Signs-Sombra and Courtright 20 55,000 55,000 205,000
107 2021-55 Signs Community Signs for Mooretown 20 35,000 35,000 240,000
108 2021-307 Strtlght Bunker Ave Streetlights 25 45,000 45,000 285,000
109 2021-310 Roads Pedestrian Crossing Courtright & Brigden rd 20 140,000 140,000 425,000
110
111 2021-308 Sidewalk Lyndock Sidewalk Upgrades 25 60,000 60,000 60,000
112 2021-114 side&Strt Beckwith Street-Sidewalk & Street lights 210,000 210,000 270,000
113
114 2021-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 50,000 Provision for reserve
115 2021-451 PW Fac Moore Operation centre roof 25 25,000 25,000 – 50,000 Res. Water
116 2021-309 PW Fac Heated Concrete Pad Equipment washing 25 50,000 50,000 100,000
117
118 2021-400 PW Equipt Two Pickup trucks 12 80,000 2,000 78,000 – – Res. PW Equipment
119 2021-401 PW Equipt Replace Unit 25 Single Axle Snow Plow 12 350,000 5,000 345,000 – Res. PW Equipment
120 2021-402 PW Equipt Replace Unit 72 Loader 12 135,000 15,000 120,000 – Res. PW Equipment
121 2021-403 PW Equipt Brush cutting attachment for Boom Mower 12 28,000 28,000 – Res. PW Equipment 571,000
122
123 Total General 16,210,683 4,697,500 5,676,488 5,836,695 850,000
124
125 2021-553 Wstwtr Lagoon Biosolid (Sludge) Inventory 5 35,000 35,000 – Res. Wastewater
126 2021-552 Wstwtr Pump Stat. Rehab Queen & Riverside 25 365,000 365,000 – Res. Wastewater
127 2021-551 Wstwtr Pump Station Pump replacement 20 60,000 60,000 – Res. Wastewater
128 2021-554 Wstwtr CWWTP Biosolids Loading Arm upgrades 20 25,000 25,000 – Res. Wastewater
129 2020-555 Wstwtr Security Cameras 20 45,000 45,000 – Res. Wastewater 530,000
130 2021-550 Wstwtr Courtright WWTP Odour Control Phase 2 660,000 660,000 – Res. Wastewater
131
132
133 Total Sanitary 1,190,000 – 1,190,000 –
134
135 2021-650 Water Scada & Server Upgrades – Cryfwd 15 175,000 175,000 – Res. Water
136 2021-651 Water Communiciation Upgrades for Scada 15 150,000 150,000 – Res. Water
137 2021-601 Water St. Clair Parkway watermain-Rokeby to emily 935,000 935,000 – Res. Water
138 2021-600 Water Pointe Line watermain looping 205,000 205,000 – Res. Water
139 2021-602 Water Second street water services 30,000 30,000 – Res. Water
140 2021-654 Water Water Main Auto Flushers 20 20,000 20,000 – Res. Water
141 2021-653 Water Temporary Water Meter/Blackflow Prevent 15 20,000 20,000 – Res. Water
142 2021-652 Water Locate Program – Crfwd 10 80,000 80,000 – Res. Water 1,740,000
143 Water Shell/Dockside water service installation 40 100,000 100,000 – Res. Water
144
145 Total Water 1,715,000 – 1,715,000 –
146
147 Grand Total of all projects 19,115,683 4,697,500 8,581,488 5,836,695 –

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 2021-01 Fire Radio System replac-finance by County 2022 20 110,155 110,155 110,155
5 2021-02 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 400,000 100,000 300,000 410,155 Grant OMPF
6 2021-03 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 453,743 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
7 2022-05 Fire Pavement Station 2 20 95,000 95,000 548,743
8 2022-06 Fire Utility Trailer 15 6,500 6,500 555,243
9
10 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 50,000 47,423 2,577 2,577 Gen Equip reserves
11
12 2021-20 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 refredgerant 2,750,000 2,750,000 – 150,000 Ext Grt Debenture
14
15 2021-30 Rec. Fac. Facilities Lifecycle Annual cont per AMP 50 150,000 50,000 100,000 100,000 Ext OMPF Grant
16 2021-31 Rec. Fac. Replace Windows various facilities 100,000 100,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
17 2021-32 Rec. Fac. AODA Upgrades throughout the Township 20,000 20,000 – 100,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 20,000
18 2021-34 Rec. Fac. Community Halls Fire deficiencies 50,000 50,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle 180,000
19 2021-36 Rec. Fac. Civic Centre Main Washrooms 30,000 30,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
20
21 2021-62 Mus Construction of Garage Antique veh. Exhibit 40,000 10,000 30,000 30,000
22 2021-63 Mus Moore Museum Addition farmhouse – 3 years 50 25,000 5,000 20,000 50,000 Ext Fund raising
23 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates 10 200,000 200,000 250,000
24
25 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF 676,000
26 150,000 150,000
27 2021-37 Courtright Community Hall Front Façade 50,000 50,000
28 2021-47 Prk Fac Macdonald Park Moving of diamonds 25,000 25,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 25,000
29 2021-48 Prk Fac Fencing Repairs and replacement 25,000 25,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 25,000
30 2021-49 Prk Fac Parkway Boardwalk repairs 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 10,000
31 2021-51 Prk Fac Dugout Replacement 15,000 15,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 15,000
32 2021-52 Prk Fac Ball Diamond Lighting Replacement 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
33 2021-53 Prk Fac Sports Field Refurbishing bleachers 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 10,000
34 2020-57 Prk Fac Washroom Replacement 100,000 100,000 100,000 –
35
36 2021-74 Cmpgrnd Brandon Cundick expansion 100,000 100,000 – Res. Brandon-Cundick
37
38 2021-80 Golf Golf Course equipment 75,000 75,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn 100,000
39 2021-82 Golf Golf course pavement around golf club 25,000 25,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
40 2021-83 Golf Construction of golf club house 1,800,000 1,800,000 – Ext. Debenture
41
42 2014-99 ROADS 2012 Road & Drainage Debentrue payment 8 287,938 287,938 287,938
43 2021-104 ROADS Seawall replac.Water street – Sombra 3 years 50 500,000 500,000 787,938
44 2021-106 ROADS Murray St. Fane to Cameron Reconst. 10 400,000 400,000 1,187,938
45 2021-107 ROADS Cameron St Reconst Fane to Cameron 850,000 850,000 2,037,938
46 2021 Yearl ROADS Rural Surface Treatment various location 160,000 160,000 2,197,938
47 2021-112 ROADS Polymoore Dr.-nrth Brcn to 675 m South 25 350,000 350,000 – 2,197,938 Indus Prk Reserve
48
49 2021-150 BRIDGES BRIDGE REHABILITATION 190,000 7,000 183,000 183,000 Bridge Reserves
50 2021-153 BRIDGES Parkway-Marshy Creek @ – bridge 44-2 yrs 100 500,000 500,000 683,000
51
52 2021-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
53 2021-261 Drain Parr Drain North-Along Brigden Rd-Eng 2 yrs 75 500,000 160,000 340,000 421,834 Ext. 150,000, grt 10,000
54 2021-262 Drain Additional drain capital reports 150,000 100,000 50,000 471,834
55
56 2021-200 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 160,000 60,000 100,000 100,000 Storm reserves
57
58 2021-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
59 2021-304 Riverbank River bank repairs – erosions 20 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
60 2021-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 50,000 Provision for reserve replact
61 2021-404 Equipt Public Works equipment and vehicle life cycle 10 655,000 655,000 – 50,000 Res. PW Equipment
62
63 Total 11,505,360 5,260,500 1,804,423 4,840,437 981,000
64
65 2021-603 Water Cameron Street Wtr Lyndoch to Baird 100 500,000 500,000 Res. Water
66 2021-604 Water Kimball Rd Wtr loopg-Court to Oil Springs line 100 410,000 410,000 Res. Water 910,000
67
68 2018-551 Wstwtr Lagoon Upgrades-Cement chambers replact 25 25,000 25,000 Res. Wastewater
69 2019-555 Wstwtr Force Main Inspection 38,000 38,000 Res. Wastewater
70 2020-556 Wstwtr Pump Station Electrical Panel Upgrade 90,000 90,000 Res. Wastewater
71 2020-561 Wstwtr Pump Stat. Rehab Queen & Riverside – 2 years 25 25,000 25,000 Res. Wastewater 178,000
72
73 Grand Total 6,168,360 5,260,500 375,000 4,840,437

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 20 400,000 100,000 300,000 300,000 Grant OMPF
5 2021-03 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 343,588 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
6 2023-04 Fire Fire Boat Program 15 350,000 350,000 693,588
7 2023-05 Fire Pavement Station 1 20 95,000 95,000 788,588
8
9 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 55,000 55,000 55,000
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 2,250,000 2,250,000 – 150,000 Ext Grt Debenture
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. Replace Windows various facilities 100,000 100,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
16 2021-32 Rec. Fac. AODA Upgrades throughout the Township 20,000 20,000 – 100,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 20,000
17 2021-34 Rec. Fac. Community Halls Fire deficiencies 50,000 50,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle 150,000
18
19 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates 10 100,000 100,000 100,000
20 2021-63 Mus Moore Museum Addition farmhouse – 3 years 50 25,000 5,000 20,000 120,000 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 2020-48 Prk Fac Sports Field Refurbishing bleachers 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 10,000
25 2021-48 Prk Fac Fencing Repairs and replacement 25,000 25,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 586,000
26 2021-51 Prk Fac Dugout Replacement 15,000 150,000 15,000 150,000 150,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 15,000
27 2021-37 Dugout Replacement munity Hall Front Façade 50,000 50,000 Res. Educ & Envir.
28 2021-52 Prk Fac Ball Diamond Lighting Replacement 50,000 50,000 – 150,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
29 2021-53 Prk Fac Sports Field Refurbishing bleachers 10,000 10,000 – 150,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 10,000
30 2021-49 Prk Fac Parkway Boardwalk repairs 10,000 10,000 – 150,000 Res. Educ & Envir. 10,000
31
32 2021-74 Cmpgrnd Brandon Cundick expansion 100,000 100,000 – – Debenture
33
34 2020-81 Golf Golf course pavement driveway and parking lot 25,000 25,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
35 2021-80 Golf Golf Course equipment 50,000 50,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn 75,000
36
37 2020-100 ROADS Urban Resurfacing 15 500,000 500,000 500,000
38 2021-104 ROADS Seawall replac.Water street – Sombra 3 years 50 500,000 500,000 1,000,000
39 2021-109 ROADS Oil Spring Line-Hwy 40 to St, Clair Pwky 20 1,050,000 1,050,000 2,050,000 Ext Contribution
40 2021-110 ROADS Lambton Line – Hwy 40 to Kimball 20 1,300,000 1,300,000 3,350,000
41
42 2021-150 BRIDGES BRIDGE REHABILITATION 190,000 190,000 190,000
43 2021-155 BRIDGES Bridge 37 White Line over Clay Creek – 2yrs 50,000 50,000 240,000
44 2021-154 BRIDGES Brdige 50 Prkwy over Marshy Creek – 2 yrs 100 500,000 500,000 740,000
45 `
46 al difference Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
47 2020-262 Drain Additional drain capital reports 150,000 100,000 50,000 131,834
48
49 2021-200 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 160,000 60,000 100,000 100,000 Storm reserves
50
51 2021-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 100,000
52 2021-304 Riverbank River bank repairs – erosions 20 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir. 50,000
53 2021-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 50,000 Provision for reserve replact
54 2021-404 Equipt Public Works equipment and vehicle life cycle 10 390,000 390,000 – 50,000 Res. PW Equipment
55
56 Total 9,330,922 2,890,500 965,000 5,875,422 851,000
57
58 2021-551 Wstwtr Pump Station Pump replacement 20 60,000 60,000 – Res. Wastewater

A B C D E F G H I J
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Total Initial
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Revenue By Function
3
4 2020-03 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 400,000 100,000 300,000 300,000 Grant OMPF
5 2020-04 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 343,588 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
6 2024-05 Fire Corunna Pumper 21 20 650,000 650,000 – 343,588 ResLife Cycle fire vehicles
7
8 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 60,000 60,000 60,000
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. Replace Windows various facilities 100,000 100,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
14 2021-32 Rec. Fac. AODA Upgrades throughout the Township 20,000 20,000 – 100,000 Res. Educ & Envir.
15
16 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates 10 100,000 100,000 100,000
17 2021-63 Mus Moore Museum Addition farmhouse – 3 years 50 25,000 5,000 20,000 120,000 Ext Fund raising
18
19 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF
20
21 2021-53 Prk Fac Sports Field Refurbishing bleachers 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
22 2021-48 Prk Fac Fencing Repairs and replacement 25,000 25,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
23 2021-51 Prk Fac Dugout Replacement 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
24 2020-50 Prk Fac Ball Diamond Lighting Replacement 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
25 2020-57 Prk Fac Washroom Replacement 100,000 100,000 100,000
26 150000 150,000
27 2021-37 Courtright Community Hall Front Façade 50000 50,000
28 2021-74 Cmpgrnd Brandon Cundick expansion 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Brandon
29
30 2021-81 Golf Golf course pavement driveway and parking lot 25,000 25,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
31 2021-80 Golf Golf Course equipment 50,000 50,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
32
33 2020-100 ROADS Urban Resurfacing 15 500,000 500,000 500,000
34 2021-111 ROADS Brigden Rd-Asphlat ovly-Village to Plank road 15 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,600,000
35
36 2019-113 ROADS Brigden Rd-Asphlat ovly-Village to Plank road 15 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,600,000
37
38 2021-150 BRIDGES BRIDGE REHABILITATION 190,000 190,000 190,000
39 2021-155 BRIDGES Bridge 37 White Line over Clay Creek – 2yrs 500,000 500,000 690,000
40 2021-156 BRIDGES Bridge 56 Rokeby Line over Thorton Drain- 2yr 50,000 50,000 740,000
41
42 2020-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
43 2020-262 Drain Additional drain capital reports 150,000 100,000 50,000 131,834
44
45 2021-200 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 160,000 60,000 100,000 100,000 Storm reserves
46 2021 Yearly Incremental difference (Col F – Col G Line 44)
47 2021-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
48 2021-304 Riverbank River bank repairs – erosions 20 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
49 2021-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 Provision for reserve replact
50 2021-404 Equipt Public Works equipment and vehicle life cycle 10 325,000 449,000 – 124,000 Res. PW Equipment
51
52 Total 6,550,922 540,500 1,649,000 4,761,422
53

A B C D E F G H I J
1 Life Project External Revenue Total Total Initial
2 ID # Depart. Description Yrs Cost Sources Reserves Fund Revenue By Function
3
4 2020-03 Fire Life Cycle budgeting vehicles 20 400,000 100,000 300,000 300,000 Grant OMPF
5 2020-04 Fire Asset Management Plan Facilities Life cycle 20 43,588 43,588 343,588 Res Fire Facilties Lifecycle
6 2024-05 Fire Rescue #45 20 300,000 300,000 – 343,588 ResLife Cycle fire vehicles
7
8 2021-12 ITNetwk IT network/backup/security 5 60,000 60,000 60,000
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. Replace Windows various facilities 100,000 100,000 – 100,000 Res. Fac. Lifecycle
14 2021-32 Rec. Fac. AODA Upgrades throughout the Township 20,000 20,000 – 100,000 Res. Educ & Envir.
15
16 2021-66 Mus Sombra Storage Building/Media Updates 10 12,000 12,000 12,000
17 2021-63 Mus Moore Museum Addition farmhouse – 3 years 50 40,000 10,000 30,000 42,000 Ext Fund raising
18
19 2021-40 Parks Vehicle & Equipment Reserve build up 125,500 35,500 90,000 90,000 Grant OMPF
20
21 2021-53 Prk Fac Sports Field Refurbishing bleachers 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
22 2021-48 Prk Fac Fencing Repairs and replacement 25,000 25,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
23 2021-51 Prk Fac Dugout Replacement 10,000 10,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
24 2020-50 Prk Fac Ball Diamond Lighting Replacement 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
25 2020-57 Prk Fac Washroom Replacement 100,000 100,000 100,000
26 150000 150,000
27 2021-37 Courtright Community Hall Front Façade 50000 50,000
28 2021-74 Cmpgrnd Brandon Cundick expansion 50,000 50,000 50,000 Res. Brandon-Cundick
29
30 2021-81 Golf Golf course pavement driveway and parking lot 25,000 25,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
31 2021-80 Golf Golf Course equipment 50,000 50,000 – – Golf Opert-Offset Amrtztn
32
33 2020-100 ROADS Urban Resurfacing 15 500,000 500,000 500,000
34 2020-104 ROADS Pavement Geotechnical investigation 30,000 30,000 530,000
35 2020-119 ROADS Brigden Rd-Asphlat ovly-Village to Plank road 15 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,630,000
36
37 2019-113 ROADS Brigden Rd-Asphlat ovly-Village to Plank road 15 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,600,000
38
39 2021-150 BRIDGES BRIDGE REHABILITATION 190,000 190,000 190,000
40 2021-156 BRIDGES Bridge 56 Rokeby Line over Thorton Drain- 2yr 500,000 500,000 690,000
41
42 2020-161 BRIDGES Parkway -Sweeney Drain bridge 75 Design 75 500,000 500,000 690,000
43
44 2018-162 Culvert Holt Line-Gov’t Drain No 8 culvert 75 40,000 40,000 40,000
45 2018-163 Culvert Smith Line – Meyers drain 75 40,000 40,000 80,000
46 l difference (Col F – Col G Line 44)
47 2020-250 Drain Barnes Drain Debenture- 10 years 50 81,834 81,834 81,834
48 2020-262 Drain Additional drain capital reports 150,000 100,000 50,000 131,834
49
50 2021-200 Storm St. Clair Parkway Storm pipes 50 160,000 60,000 100,000 100,000 Storm reserves
51
52 2021-300 Trails RE-asphalt Portion of River Trail 20 100,000 100,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
53 2021-304 Riverbank River bank repairs – erosions 20 50,000 50,000 – – Res. Educ & Envir.
54 2021-306 PW Fac Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre 40 50,000 50,000 Provision for reserve replact
55 2021-404 Equipt Public Works equipment and vehicle life cycle 10 605,000 449,000 156,000 Res. PW Equipment
56
57 Total 6,967,922 545,500 1,249,000 5,573,422
58

Township of St. Clair
Projected Reserve on Cash Basis for the Years 2019 to 2023
B CB CC CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN
1 Actual 2020 2020 Estimated 2021 2021 Estimated 2022 2022 Estimated 2023 2023 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, 2019 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2020 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2021 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2022 Addition Deletions Dec. 31, 2023
4 Capital Capital Capital Capital
5 General Government
6 Working Capital 643,500 643,500 643,500 643,500 643,500
7 Equipment – General 112,000 18,000 38,577 91,423 500 45,000 46,923 500 47,423 – –
8 Election Reserves 13,000 13,000 26,000 13,000 39,000 39,000 – 14,000 14,000
9 Uncollective Taxes 122,150 3,000 125,150 1,250 126,400 1,250 127,650 1,250 128,900
12 Year End Surplus 666,881 666,881 90,000 576,881 576,881 576,881
13 Property 71,657 71,657 71,657 71,657 71,657
14 Heritage Committee 19,279 10,000 9,279 9,279 – – –
16 Horticulture 718 718 718 718 718
17 1,649,185 34,000 48,577 1,634,608 14,750 144,279 1,505,079 1,750 86,423 1,420,406 15,250 – 1,435,656
18 Property & Environment
21 St. Clair -Environment and Educa 1,713,255 600,000 1,339,000 974,255 600,000 1,150,000 424,255 600,000 605,000 419,255 600,000 600,000 419,255
22 1,713,255 600,000 1,339,000 974,255 600,000 1,150,000 424,255 600,000 605,000 419,255 600,000 600,000 419,255
23 Environment (San. Water & Storm)
24 Waste water 1,048,599 10,000 717,000 341,599 530,000 (188,401) 178,000 (366,401) 60,000 (426,401)
25 Storm Water Replacement 346,376 38,800 385,176 28,800 60,000 353,976 28,800 60,000 322,776 28,800 60,000 291,576
26 Water Industrial Emergency 316,953 160,000 476,953 160,000 636,953 160,000 796,953 160,000 956,953
27 Water Distribut. Syst. 5,576,904 1,100,000 1,300,000 5,376,904 800,000 1,740,000 4,436,904 800,000 910,000 4,326,904 800,000 750,000 4,376,904
28 7,288,832 1,308,800 2,017,000 6,580,632 988,800 2,330,000 5,239,432 988,800 910,000 5,080,232 988,800 870,000 5,199,032
29
30 Roads, Drainage & PW Equipment
31 Equipment – Works- Cash basis 1,111,115 515,000 312,214 1,313,901 560,000 571,000 1,302,901 550,000 655,000 1,197,901 550,000 390,000 1,357,901
36 Drains provision 15,899 15,899 15,899 – – –
37 Capital Drains 854,845 8,000 444,758 418,087 194,669 223,418 223,418 – –
38 Barnes Drain Self fin Exp2027 (589,772) 67,797 (521,975) 69,411 (452,564) 71,063 (381,501) 72,754 (308,747)
39 Bridge 1,150,441 1,032,889 117,552 110,000 7,552 7,552 – –
40 Res. Uncompleted capital 72,662 72,661 1 0 0 0 0
41 PW road Reserve 664,507 204,000 452,142 416,365 240,000 176,365 176,365 176,365
42 Service Delivery Grant Reserve 183,394 108,394 75,000 75,000 – – –
43 Provison for Reserve 2011 12,688 12,688 12,688 – – –
45 3,475,779 794,797 2,423,058 1,847,518 629,411 1,219,256 1,257,672 621,063 885,970 992,765 622,754 390,000 1,225,519
46 Community Service
47 Moore Museum Development 81,565 1,000 82,565 1,000 21,500 62,065 1,000 63,065 63,065
50 Sombra Museum 7,745 7,745 100 7,845 100 7,945 – –
51 Brigden Community Hall 16,553 11,839 4,714 4,714 4,714 4,714
52 First St. Park Courtright 405 405 405 405 405
53 Energy Audit 22,067 22,067 220 22,287 220 22,507 220 22,727
55 Bridgen Ball Building Project 20,454 20,454 200 20,654 200 20,854 200 21,054
56 Moore Campground 13,331 20,000 33,331 20,000 20,000 33,331 20,000 53,331 20,000 73,331
57 Parkway Endownment 626,165 7,000 455,000 178,165 2,500 180,665 – – –
60 Branton Campgrd 105,256 10,000 8,031 107,225 10,000 25,000 92,225 10,000 102,225 10,000 100,000 12,225
61 Cathcart Campgd 232,272 40,000 272,272 10,000 192,500 89,772 10,000 99,772 10,000 109,772
62 Golf Course-Equipt-cash 187,883 117,950 155,100 150,733 100,000 130,000 120,733 100,000 100,000 120,733 100,000 100,000 120,733
63 Parks Equp & Veh 49,585 125,500 59,165 115,920 125,500 125,000 116,420 125,500 100,000 141,920 125,500 75,000 192,420
64 Life cycle for Recr. facilities 275,399 150,000 49,935 375,464 150,000 686,000 (160,536) 150,000 180,000 (190,536) 150,000 150,000 (190,536)
65 Replacement Capital Complex 469,965 200,000 235,683 434,282 200,000 598,000 36,282 200,000 236,282 200,000 436,282
66 2,108,645 671,450 974,753 1,805,342 619,520 1,978,665 446,197 617,020 387,945 675,272 615,920 425,000 866,192
67 Fire & Emergency
68 Fire Vehicle – Capital budget 48,411 400,000 1,029,015 (580,604) 400,000 898,297 (1,078,901) 455,000 – (623,901) 455,000 – (168,901)
69 Fire Stnt Facilite-Life cyc 56,464 43,588 38,000 62,052 43,588 65,000 40,640 43,588 84,228 84,228
70 Becher & Wilkesport fire hall 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000
71 Fire Breathing 170,826 56,700 227,526 55,000 282,526 – – –
72 Emergency Measures 32,151 1,000 7,100 26,051 26,051 26,051 26,051
74 327,852 501,288 1,074,115 (244,975) 498,588 1,245,823 (992,210) 493,588 – (493,622) 455,000 – (38,622)
75 Deferred Revenues
76 Parkland Acreage 100,834 10,000 91,296 19,538 10,000 15,000 14,538 10,000 24,538 10,000 34,538
78 Development Charges 679,674 130,000 224,777 584,897 120,000 231,000 473,897 150,000 623,897 150,000 773,897
79 780,508 140,000 316,073 604,435 130,000 246,000 488,435 160,000 – 648,435 160,000 – 808,435
80
81 GRAND TOTAL 17,344,056 4,050,335 8,192,576 13,201,815 3,481,069 8,314,023 8,368,860 3,482,221 2,875,338 8,742,743 3,457,724 2,285,000 9,915,467

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Exhibit B

2020-11-13

2021 Public Works Capital Budget

Public Works continues to develop its Capital Plan using Asset Management as its base.

In 2020 St. Clair Township began its revision of the Asset Management Plan with updated condition information on most core assets along with target Levels of Service. The revised plan is targeted for completion by mid 2021. It will provide a more accurate reflection of the state of assets resulting in improved life cycle information, prioritized asset renewal / maintenance schedules. This will improve the Township’s ability to focus capital on the highest priority core assets going forward.
In 2021 Public Works is recommending to initiate the risk management framework development to allow for risk assessment on various assets and related projects to enable improved prioritization and more targeted capital spending based on risk reduction.
Public Works has also developed a 10 year plan for wastewater in conjunction with Jacobs. The 10 year plan is focused on improving compliance, reliability and safety related to the core wastewater assets. The highest priority elements from the 10 year plan have been included in the 2021 capital budget.
Capital recommendations have been made from the other core asset categories based on asset management priority and to maintain level of service or move the asset closer to target LOS as well as to improve efficiency and safety.

TOWNSHIP OF ST. CLAIR TANGIBLE CAPITAL ASSET POLICY

PURPOSE:

The objective of this policy is to prescribe the accounting treatment for tangible capital assets so that users of the financial report can discern information about the investment in property, plant and equipment and the changes in such investment. The principal issues in accounting for tangible capital assets are the recognition of the assets, the determination of their carrying amounts and amortization charges and the recognition of any related impairment losses.

In addition the policy covers policy and procedures to:

a) Protect and control the use of all tangible capital assets.
b) Provide accountability over tangible capital assets.
c) Gather and maintain information needed to prepare financial statements.

SCOPE:

This policy applies to all St. Clair Township departments, boards, agencies and other organizations falling within the reporting entity of the Township.

DEFINITIONS:

Tangible Capital Assets:

Assets having physical substance that:

a) Are used on a continuing basis in the Township’s operations.
b) Have useful lives extending beyond one year.
c) Are not held for re-sale in the ordinary course of operations.

Betterments:

Subsequent expenditures on tangible capital assets that:

• increase previously assessed physical output or service capability;
• lower associated operating costs;
• extend the useful life of the asset; or
• improve the quality of the output.

Any other expenditure would be considered a repair or maintenance and expensed in the period.

Group Assets:

Assets that have a unit value below the capitalization threshold but have a material value as a group. Normally recorded as a single asset with one combined value. Although recorded in the financial systems as a single asset, each unit may be recorded in the asset sub-ledger for monitoring and control of its use and maintenance. Examples could include personal computers, furniture and fixtures, small moveable equipment, etc.

Fair Value:

Fair value is the amount of consideration that would be agreed upon in an arm’s length transaction between knowledgeable, willing parties who are under no compulsion to act.

Capital Lease:

A capital lease is a lease with contractual terms that transfer substantially all the benefits and risks inherent in ownership of property to the Township. For substantially all of the benefits and risks of ownership to be transferred to the lessee, one or more of the following conditions must be met;

a) There is reasonable assurance that the Township will obtain ownership of the leased property by the end of the lease term.
b) The lease term is of such a duration that the Township will receive substantially all of the economic benefits expected to be derived from the use of the leased property over its life span.
c) The lessor would be assured of recovering the investment in the leased property and of earning a return on the investment as a result of the lease agreement.

POLICY STATEMENTS:

Capitalization

Tangible capital assets should be capitalized (recorded in the fixed asset sub-ledger) according to the following thresholds:

a) all land;
b) all buildings & buildings improvements of $25,000 or greater;
c) civil infrastructure systems (built assets such as roads, bridges, sewers, water, storm, parks etc.) with unit cost of $50,000 or greater;
d) all others with unit cost of $10,000 or greater.
e) Pooling with unit cost greater then $50,000.

Different thresholds may be used for group assets. Capitalize betterments to existing assets when unit costs exceed the threshold.

Categories

A category of assets is a grouping of assets of a similar nature or function in the Township’s operations. The following list of categories shall be used:

• land;
• buildings;
• equipment;
• roads;
• bridges
• water;
• sewer;
• storm;
• street and traffic lights;
• fire hydrants;
• sea walls;
• communication networks;
• motor vehicles;
• furniture and fixtures;
• computer systems (hardware and software).

Valuation

Tangible capital assets should be recorded at cost plus all ancillary charges necessary to place the asset in its intended location and condition for use.

1.1 Purchased Assets

Cost is the gross amount of consideration paid to acquire the asset. It includes all non-refundable taxes and duties, freight and delivery charges, installation and site preparation costs, etc. It is net of any trade discounts or rebates.

Cost of land includes purchase price plus legal fees, land registration fees, transfer taxes, etc. Costs would include any costs to make the land suitable for intended use, such as pollution mitigation, demolition and site improvements that become part of the land.

When two or more assets are acquired for a single purchase price, it is necessary to allocate the purchase price to the various assets acquired. Allocation should be based on the fair value of each asset at the time of acquisition or some other reasonable basis if fair value is not readily determinable.

1.2 Acquired, Constructed or Developed assets

Cost includes all costs directly attributable (e.g. construction, architectural and other professional fees) to the acquisition, construction or development of the asset. Carrying costs such as internal design, inspection, administrative and other similar costs may be capitalized. Capitalization of general administrative overheads is not allowed.

Capitalization of carrying costs ceases when no construction or development is taking place or when the tangible capital asset is ready for use.

1.3 Capitalization of Interest Costs

Borrowing costs incurred by the acquisition, construction and production of an asset that takes a substantial period of time to get ready for its intended use should be capitalized as part of the cost of that asset.

Capitalization of interest costs should commence when expenditures are being incurred, borrowing costs are being incurred and activities that are necessary to prepare the asset for its intended use are in progress. Capitalization should be suspended during periods in which active development is interrupted.
Capitalization should cease when substantially all of the activities necessary to prepare the asset for its intended use are complete. If only minor modifications are outstanding, this indicates that substantially all of the activities are complete.

1.4 Donated or Contributed Assets

The cost of donated or contributed assets that meet the criteria for recognition is equal to the fair value at the date of construction or contribution. Fair value may be determined using market or appraisal values. Cost may be determined by an estimate of replacement cost. Ancillary costs should be capitalized.

Componentization

Tangible capital assets may be accounted for using either the single asset or component approach. Whether the component approach is to be used will be determined by the usefulness of the information versus the cost of collecting and maintaining information at the component level.

Factors to consider when determining whether to use a component approach include:

a) Major components have significantly different useful lives and consumption patterns than the related tangible capital asset.
b) Value of components in relation to the related tangible capital asset.

Civil infrastructure systems should use the component approach. Major components should be grouped when the assets have similar characteristics and estimated useful lives or consumption rates.

Amortization

The cost, less any residual value, of a tangible capital asset with a limited life should be amortized over its useful life in a rational and systematic manner appropriate to its nature and use. The amortization method and estimate of useful life of the remaining unamortized portion should be reviewed on a regular basis and revised when the appropriateness of a change can be clearly demonstrated.

Useful life is normally the shortest of the asset’s physical, technological, commercial or legal life. Generally, the Township uses a straight-line method for calculating the annual amortization. Township departments are responsible for establishing and utilizing an appropriate estimated useful life for assets acquired.

Disposal

Disposal of tangible capital assets that are moveable personal property is the responsibility of the operating departments. Department heads should notify the Treasurer when assets become surplus to operations.

Disposal of real property will be the responsibility of the Clerk’s department.

When other constructed tangible capital assets are taken out of service, destroyed or replaced due to obsolescence, scrapping or dismantling, the department head or designate must notify Treasury of the asset description and effective date. Costs associated with the disposal such as legal fees or transfer costs are to be netted against the revenue on disposal for purposes of recording the gain or loss on disposal. The Treasury department is responsible for adjusting the asset registers and accounting records recording a loss/gain on disposal.

Transfers of assets between departments are NOT dispositions. While the value and the accumulated amortization (net book value) to the time of transfer of the asset being transferred may need to be moved from one asset sub-list to another, the Township retains beneficial ownership of the asset. Accordingly no terminal gain or loss shall be recorded.

Where asset replacement occurs on a regular and consistent basis but the administrative costs to track and account for each acquisition and disposal are prohibitive, the additions are recorded and amortized over their estimated useful lives. The asset is deemed to be disposed of in the last year of amortization. At that time, the full cost of the fully amortized addition and the accumulated amortization is removed from the accounting records.

Capital Leases

Account for a capital lease as acquiring a capital asset and incurring a liability. Account for a lease as an operating lease when the net present value of the future minimum lease payments or fair value, which ever is less, is less than $10,000.

Department

Service/Program Project Name

Emer2_ency Services

Radio Communications

Countx_ Fire Radio System

Work In Progress (WIP} Yes/NCl_ Previous_e_r_oject !
Project Description/Need for Work
Second last paymeny for this project

2020-01

Project Priority

Indicate High/Medium/Low

Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget 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

15

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

Reserves/Reserve Funds J

I I I I I I

=
Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease
Total Financing 22o,309 so I ,,o,1s4.8o I ,1 o,154.80 I

Department _E_m_e–=rg,c..e_n_c.;..y_S_e_rv_ic_e_s _

Service/Program Life cycle budgeting – vehicles

Project Name Fleet

Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/NQ f_revious project #

Project Description/Need for Work reserve funds for future vehicle .e_urchases

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replaceme
I

maintain current leveTof service
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 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:

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

&
Long Term Financing

= I I I I I I

Debenture Lease
Total Financing 2,000,000 I 400,000 I 400,000 I 400,000 I 400,000 I 400,000 I

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FD1 2009 .Pickup Truck ‘ Adml. 9 years 2021 $43,901 $55,000 I

DC2 l 2019 Pickup Truck Admi.
2012 Air Trailer Adm l. I

9 \18a rs 202B $50,000
25Years 2027 $1l f.’ OOO

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I $177,000

Cl 2016 SUV
:
11 I 200B Fire Pumper
·- 12 , 2016 Ladder Tower

Admi. ‘ ars 2025 . $56,923 ‘ I 57000 — –
Brigden 20 years 2028 $275,000 ‘ .ooo
‘ Brigden 25 x_ears 2041 $1,753,493 ‘

13 2004 van I Brigden • 20Years , 2014 $42,000 ‘

14 2004 Tanker I Bngoon ‘ 25Years : 2029 $210,000

I $294,000
;

15 2009 Rescue i Bngden ‘ 25years , 2034 ; $180,000 • –

17 1995 Tanker Briaden 2s1:ears 2019 $170,000

21 : 2003 Fire Pumper i COl’Ullna I 20Years 2023 $350,000 23 1 1999 Van Corunna 20_lears , 2009 $35,00-0
22 2016 LadderTower I Bnoden 25 years 2041 $1,753,493
25 2007.Rescue Corunna 2 e 032 $170,000
31 I 2001 Fire Pumper Courtright 20 vears 2021 $330,000
34 I 1993 Pumper Tanker Cour1rlght 20Years 2013 $260,000

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$650,000 I
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$514,507 I I
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35 : 2008 Rescue 1 c ourtrigJ,t 23Years Com 1 2016 Command Unit , Courtright 25 years

2031 .ooo
2041 $397,688

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41 ‘ 2011 )Fire Pumper Wilkesport • 20Years 2031 ‘

$185,000

44 1989 \Pumper Tanker t Wilkesport 25Years
45 , 1999 I Aescue I W1lkesport , 25Years
‘ I –

2014 $95,000
2024 sm. ooo

$300,000 I
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51 1999 Fire Pumper I Pt Lambton I

20Years i 2019

$425,000 , $514,507 ‘

54 2005 Tanker –r Pt Lambton , 55 , 2006 Rescue _Lf! Lambton ‘
56 I 1991 75’ Aerial Corunna

25Years .,L 2030
25Years 2030 25Years

$210,000 , j
$90,000 l I
$374,250

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64
65

2009 Fire Pumper
2005 Tanker
i 2011 Rescue

Becher Becher Becher

20years 25Years 25Years

2029 $235,000 – ‘
2030 $210,000 I
2037 $40,000 I

Supp 1 I 2016 one Tonne F350

Becher

15 vears

2031 $57,397 l

i

Breathing Apparatus, net of Breathina rese1Ve 207 ,526, Dev Ctig 40,000
Dec.31, 2020 Reserve balance which we need to financed
I •TOT ALS $8,336,145
, Total Reolacement Cost to 2037 $8,731,915 $1,029,014
1Net Present Value (NPV) \ 1.5% , $5,862,680
I fYearty Budgeted Expense I {$3 93,266.58) I

$843,297
$580,604 I f

$1,478,901 $0 $0 $650,00 $300,000 . $57,000 . $177,000 : $694,000
.I I
I

– I Life Cycle Reserve Schee Opening Balance $48,411 $0 1s 1 101 °11•1,

( S /l ! J ;,11:1) {$:1:lO,’ JOO) J ($!1\l6 !>•1) ($! j 1U,( :15)! ($17, / 0H!i)• $39,769

I Actual Ex ndlture
Budgeted Ex1>ense

($1, •.(JM ) ,
$400,000 ,

l!:,1 ,’1/ !l ,’ lll l j•
$393,267

$0
$393,267

$0 C $ CbO. OOOll CSJ00.000]• 155 / OUU jl (:Sl 77,000ll CSG\M,000)
$393,267 $393 267 $393,267 ‘ $393,267 $393,267 I $393,267

Interest on Aeserve

l ll, ‘.’ tl.,► ,sio c,: JUi

($4 .11\ ll 1$1:tll l M ‘ ($ / .!, 411) ($’,. (i 171 $588 ;

I Closing Balance 1$!.l:IO LOOI 1$ 1 IC)l l lH l ) 1s1, , , .•,r,>i 1$:l:.tU 0,0( 1 (S , 4!:,,l) j {5(;10.7351 (S l /l .06[:,)f $39.769 I t5264,11ro 1 9-‘
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p ruck Admi. $62,000
pTruck Admi.
railer Admi.
C1 Adfm.

11 2008..Fire Pumper 2028 1
2016 ILadder Tower 2041 $1,000 ,000
2014
I 2029 ·
, 2004 1 $277,000
2019

e Pum Corunna 20Years
n Corunna dderTower Bngden
scue Co1t111na $277,000

31 2001 !Fire P
1993 Pum
$187,000

PumQer $300,000
m er Tanker 45 1999 Rescue

51 1999 Fire Pu r Pt Lambton 20Years 2019
54 2005 Tanker Pt Lambton 25Years 2030
55 2006 Rescue Ptlambton 25Years- 2030
56 1991 75’ Aerial I Corunna 25Years

2009 Fire Pumper Becher
2005 Tanker ‘ Becher $294,000 2011 Rescue I Becher
2016 !One Tonne F350 Becher $80,000

Apl)aratus, net of Breathing reserve 207,526, D 40,0
Oec.31, 2020 Reserve balance which we need to fi
TOTALS I
otal ment Cost to 2037, $400, $888,000 $267,000 $277,000 $0 $339,000 $0 !QJ J_1,080,000
t Vr) l .5%
e X e —
Life eserveSch ($:?6 4.1:l / ‘1) (SU .h8 f! S/81 5 5 7 5Hl) /Slfi,f ./ 15) $283,31-8 – – $686,733
($40U,0U0) 4 SHUll.U00) rs-21,, ,000 1 t S? l l .000 $0 I j$:l:J9,000 1 -so:- ($1.080.000)
\ $393,267 $393,267 $393,267 $393,267 $393,267 . $393,267 $393,261 L $393,267

(S,10 / 41 ( S ($9 !lJ (, j f ti . :.mI1 ( $2. 4fi4 1 ($1,6H7)1 $10,149 ($0) u
( $2 / !,,( ,t17 C S/Ul Wu t::.&b!i !.,,IG I ( S t. / , ll! 1 ( $ 166 /l f. J ( $ 11 4 13 !:>)I $686,733 ($0) $7
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Department _E_m_e_rga:..e_n_c.e,.y_S_e_rv_ic_e_s _

Service/Program Maintaining As-ses-ts ——-
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 Township Assest Management Plan

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/ReplacemqHH1igghh We have significant assets that need to be maintained Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

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

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total
Expenditures/ Year l
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contr ib.
External contribut ion
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations {tax base) From Operations (User rates
Reserves/Reserve Funds

Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

EJ : I I I I I I

Total Financing 217,940 I 43 8a I 43,588 I 43,sss I 43,588 I 43,s88 I

Department _E_m_e. :rg”‘”e_n_c…_y_S_e_rv_ic_e_s _

Service/Program

-B-re-ath=int. Clair Capital Project# 2021- LJ 7
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Department Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

Community Service

Park Facilities Macdonald Park
Yes,’_No. Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
The next phase of this project is to continue reedy street through the park and add parking

Project Priority 7 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

Parking currently on the street

No parking currently
User Satisfaction

Project Budget

Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Oesign 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)

Total
Expenditures/ Year 1
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year3
2023

Year4
2024

Year S
2025

Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves

Equipment reserves
DC reserves
Other •St. Clair Educ. & Envir.

100,000.00 75,000.00 25,000.00

Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

1100,000.00 I 1s,ooo.oo I 2s,ooo.oo I

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project# 2021- LfB
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

_<;_ommuinty Services Sports Fields Fencing_ replacement Ye2/No Previous project# Project Description/Need for Work There is large amount of chainlink fence within the township. The last three back stops that we repaired we had the contractor put a higher guage of fence and they inserted a foot in the ground so it will not wing up again. There is large amount of fence at sports fields within the township and there is various repairs needed every year Project Priority s Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Ball diamonds winged fence can hurt kids playing New fence results in better playing surfaces Useful Live (Years) Project Budget 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 Cont rib . External contribution Others (Fundraising) Revenue Fund From Operations (tax base) Total Expenditures/ Year 1 Financing 2020 Year 2 2021 Year 3 2022 Year 4 2023 Year 5 2024 From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves □ Equipment reserves DC reserves Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture 125,ial 25 zs.oooI zs,ooo I zs.oooI zs,oooI Lease Total Financing 12s,ooo I 2s,ooo I 2s,ooo I 2s,ooo I zs,ooo I zs,ooo 1 Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2021- Y,8 A Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet - Year 2021-2025 Department Service/Program Project Name Work In Progress (WIP) Commuinty Services Parks Play Groll_l1d upgrade and replace resurfacing Yes/No Previous project# Project Description/Need for Work Sombra park and others need various structure replacements Various parks resurfacing Project Priority 4 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks Asset Maintenance/Replacemen Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Useful Live (Years) Strcutures are in need of repair or replace Ena of its Life ct.de Accessible orunds Accessible orunds Project Budget Expenditures: Studies Land Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency Interim Financing Cost Other - Protective shade struc Total Expenditures Financing: Total Expenditures/ Year 1 Financing 2020 Year 2 2021 Year 3 2022 Year 4 2023 Year S 2024 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 - Parkland DC reserves Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. 1 5,000.00 1S 000.00 45.000.00 I 45,000.00 Long Term Financing Debenture Lease Total Financing 60,000.00 I 60,000.00 I MunicIpa11ty or !:.it. cIa1r Capital Project # 2021-Parkway Parks :l,o:>-\ J.-f’ 1
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name

Community Servic_es

Parkwal Parks

Parkway_Boardwalk Rei:,airs

Project Description/Need for Work 2021 – Sea.9.er Park
2022 – 2023 – Other Parkwat, boardwalks

Going to look into making these accessible and look for grant money to help

Project Priority 2

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

The boardwalk has deteriorated and needs to be
ree!aced

Provide a safe, enjoy able walkway to view the river

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

Total
Expenditures/ Year 1
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

:;: ::!;; J.contnbI – I I I I I I

ROevtehneurse (FFuunnddraising)

._ – _ _ _

._.

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g ❗ I I I I I I
Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves
Equipment reserves
DC reserves
Other -St . Clair Edu c. & Envir Long Term Financing
Debenture Lease
Total Financing 10,000 I so,ooo I 10,000 1 10,000 I

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project# 2021 – 5″D
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2020 -2024

Department Service/Program Project Name

Communit}’_ Services

Parkwax_ Parks

Boat Launches

Project Description/Need for Work
Upgrade boat launches along the parkway. High water levels have enabled the use of the boat launches in the current condition, however as water levels drop deficiencies will be more apparent & upgrading will be required.
Willows and Branton Cundick need to be paved infront and then add cement to the base of the ramp

is different depending on water, currents and previous repairs.

Project Priority 1 Indicate High/Medll6YI/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Safety concerns as water levels change & deficiencies
ecome more aee,arent.

Asset Maintenance/Replacement
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement H One Launch currently close ancf’ifie other dose
Other Useful Live (Years)
Total

Project Budget

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

Total Expenditures Financing:

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year S
202S

External Sources
I – I I I I I I

Others (Fundra1smg) .._,

-_ _.

_. …., _ _ _ _ .,L

_._.

_,_

From Operat ons (tax base)I I I I I I I

.o,ooo.00
Long Term Financing Debenture

Lease

Total Financing 90,000.00 I so,000.00 I

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2021 – I
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

ommunity Se_rvices

S,eortsfeilds

Dugout RE!placement

Yes/No revious pro1ect #

Project Description/Need for Work
In multiple sports fields locations the blocked wall dugouts that were built are in various stages of failure. The blocks have cracked and shifted. A list will be made of the failing dugouts and it will be pr ioritized and the worst
ones will be replaced. This will be a project spread out over the S years
Stewart, Duggan and Macdondald Park are the sites where the dugouts are the worst

Project PriOfity 3

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

Hioh

Hioh

Medium

Total

Structures are cracking and shi ft ing

Structureshave reach ilTe cx.cle

Clean, open dugout forsports fields

Project Budget

Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utllties/Design Fumishing/Equipment S1tework/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

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year S
2025

&En ,. Ba,ial so,ooo 1 s,ooal 1 s,oaal
Long Term Finan ci ng

Debenture Lease

Total Financing ao,ooo 1 so,ooo 1 1s,000 1 1 s,000 I

MumcIpa11ty or t. t.;1a1r Capital Project # 2021 &Gu.ties .s
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name

Community_ Services

Parks

Ball Diamond Lighting Replacement

Project Description/Need for Work
Lighting needs to be replaced at ball diamonds throughout the Township.
Aging fixtures are deteriorating, replacement parts are not available. Proper lighting needs to be maintained for safety.
Stewart, Brigden and Courtright are the lit diamonds in the township

Project Priority 8

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

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Proper visibility for players

Lights are end end of life cycle

Useful Live (Years)

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

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

External Sources
r:.{ rt :! ; ncontrib.I – I I I I I I

ROevtehneurse (fFuunnddra1smg)

._ –

__._ ._.

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_. _

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Reserves/Reserve Funds
General reserves Equipment reserves

I -I I I

I I I

; z air Educ. & Envir 1 5001 00 501000 501000 501000
Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing 1501000 50,000 1 50,000 I 50,000 I

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2021- 5 3 Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025
Department _c_o_m_m_u_n_it y_S_erv_ _es

Service/Program S,p_ orts Fields

Project Name Refurbishing Bleachers
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project #
Project Description/Need for Work
Bleachers at our sports fields need to be inspected, repaired and refurbished
Most all of our bleachers are old, they are repaired annually at the start of each season. It is a time for a complete over haul on a lot of the bleachers. They were all well built and just need to be gone over, the metal needs to be checked underneath and replaced where needed. new boards applied where needed as well New bleachers can cost 35000-50000
Project Priority 6 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Safe for eublic use

Place to watch Children at

Useful Live (Years)

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

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

Long Term Financing

– II I I II II I I II

Debenture Lease
Total Financing so,ooo I 10,000 l l 0,000 l 10,000 l 10,000 l 10,000

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Murnc1pa11ty or t. uair Capital Project # 2021- 5

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP}
Project Description/Need for Work

Commun_it y Service

Park Facilities

River Park Washrooms

Yes/No Previous proiect #

River park washrooms have been in place since the mid 1960’s

It is now time to replace them to continue the service of them in our river parks

Project Priority 9

Indicate High/Medium/Low

Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget Expenditures:
St ud ies 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)

Medium

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

Reseives/Reserve Funds General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

I 1 so,000.00 I 150,000.00 I

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project# 2021-55 Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department

Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress {WIP}

Project Description/Need for Work

Col!Jmunity S ce

Park Facilit ies Community Si_2ns
Yes/No Previous projec

Signs Replaced to the entrances of Mooretown community

Project Priority 10 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues

Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replacement Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget

ExpenclitlM’es:
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)

Total
Expenditures/ Year 1
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves

Other -St. Clair Edu c. & Envir.
Long Term Financing
Debenture
Lease
Total Financing 3s,ooo.oo I 35,ooo.oo I

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project# 2021-56 Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet -Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name

Community Services

Parks

Shoreline Protection

Project Description/Need for Work

Shoreline Improvement Project – 60% Township funding to receive 40% funding through SCRCA

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

I Improve safety of shoreline

I Environmental shoreline ,e.r otecUon

Useful Live (Years)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year4 Year S
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equ1pment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
1 ::!;i;:.contnb.l – I I I I I I

Others (Fundra1smg) .

-_.., .

…..

_. …._. ._

Revenue Fund

I I

I I I I

From Operations (User rates1… -_.., .

_..

_. …._. ._

Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves – Equipment reserves – DC reserves – Parkway Endowment Fund 120.665 120.665 Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing 4so,ooo I 4so,ooo I

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2021- bo Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021 -2025 Department Community Services
Service/Program _M_oo_re_M_us_e_u_m _

Project Name Reilley cottage renovations
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes – Previous Project# 2020-6S
Project Description/Need for Wort< 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 pOO( environmental conditions. This project was approved in the 2020 capital budget but we were not able to complete it due to the pandemic so it has been listed here as a reserve fund project. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks Asset Maintenance/Replacem Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Useful Live (Years) Project Budget Expenditures: Studies Land Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Cohtingency Interim Finan cing Cost Other Total Expenditures Financing: External Sources Grant s/ Subsidies Direct Deve lo pm en t Contrib. External contribution Others (Fundraising) Revenue Fund From Operations (tax base) 40 Total Expenditures/ Financing Year 1 2021 Year 2 2022 Year 3 2023 Year 4 2024 Year S 2025 From Operations (User rates - I I I I I I Reserves/Reserve Funds Long Term Financing 1s,000 00I,s,ooo.ool I I I I Debenture Lease Total Financing 1s oo.oo I 1 s,000.00 I Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2021- t j Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet - Year 2021 -2025 Department C..;..m.o..;.m_u_"n-S--iety_·Mc_""e'"'s---- - - - - Service/Program Moore Museum Project Name Log Cabin Chinking R!!placement Work In Progress (WIP) No Project Description/Need for Worlc The chinking on the exterior of the Courtney log cabin, built in 1874, is deteriorating in many areas. This has resulted in large areas of chinking loss, which allows weather and rodents to access the interior of the building. Since this is the oldest structure on the site it is important to maintain the building, which is itself an arti fact, as well as to maintain a ood interior environment for the artifacts inside. This ro·ect was bud eted in the o eraUn budget in 2020 at $6,500 but quotes received places this well above this evel. 2020 operating funds are in reserve to assist with the project. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks Asset Maintenance/Replaceme hi h Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Useful Live (Years) 45 Total Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year4 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 contr ibution Others (Fundraising) Revenue Fund From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates) Reserves/Reserve Funds J -I I I I I I Rese • 6,500:00: 6,500.00 Long Term Financing Debenture Lease Total Financing , s,000.00 I 151000.00 I Other-Please provide supporting doc001entation, quotes, operation budget Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet - Year 2021 -2025 ...;...;.. ;_;.------"---'-- ;;_------- Service/Program .M.;. oo"-r-e;.;,M;,:u_.s:.e..cu;m Project Name Construct ion of garage fo!"ilntique vehicle exhibit Work In Progress (WIP) _N_o _ Project Description/Need for Work A potential growth area in MOO(e 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. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks Asset Maintenance/Replacemem Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Useful Live (Years) Project Budget Expenditures: Studies Land Asset Purchase Utilties/Oesign 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 so Total Expenditures/ Financing Year 1 2021 Year 2 2022 Year 3 2023 Year 4 2024 Year 5 2025 Reserves/Reserve Funds & EnJ : Long Term Financing Debenture Lease Total Financing 40,000.00 I 40,ooo.oo I Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet - Year 2021 -2025 Department -C-om-m-un-ity-S=erv-ice-s --------- Service/Program Moore Museum Project Name Addition of historic farmhouse to Museum site Work In Progress (WIP) No Project Description/Need for Work The addition of an historic farmhouse to the Moore Museum grounds would improve the representativeness of the site to incorporate the rural areas of the township. This building would also serve to exhibit the many pieces of heritage furniture that have been donated by area residents. It would also create an excellent venue for programming. The 2023 request would be placed in reserve while a search for a suitable building is conducted. ln 2024 the building would be moved and placed onto a foundation. In 2025 renovations would be carried out to prepare it for exhibit & program use. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Cost Saving/Paybacks 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 Long Term Financing = I I I I I I Debenture Lease Total Financing 90,000 I 2s,ooo I 2s,ooo I 40,000 I Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget This timeline would allow the most noticeable part of this project to be carried out m 2025, in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Museum's official opening. Moore Museum 5-year Capital Plan - 2021 to 2025 Project 2021 1 2022 1 I 2 023 1 ! 20 24 1 I 2025 1 !T wp. Reserve twp. ! e xternal twp. !e xternal twp. Iexternal twp. ! e xternal fund I I Log cabin - replacement of chinking to prevent rodent I I I I I and weather entry I 8,5001 6,500 I I J ' I I I ! I I I Reilley cottage replacement of rotted wood I I I siding and beams I 15,000 I I I I I I I I I I I I I Construction of early 20th century style garage I I I I to exhibit vehicles I ; 30,000 ; 10,000 I I I I I ; I I I I I I I Re-location of historic farmhouse to Museum site - I I I I I I 2023 would be contribution to reserve for project I I I I I planned to take place in 2024 I 20,000 1 5,000 20,000 / 5,000 I I I I I ' I I I Renovations to historic farmhouse I I I I 30,000 1 10,000 e',.._, .....c:.. Municipality of St. Clair Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet - Year 2020 -2024 Capital Project# VJ.I - 6,;- Department Service/Program Project Name Communiti'._ Services Sombra Museum Replacement of Chimneys at Bury House Project Description/Need for Work Chimney's at the Bury house are disinegrating This is a hazard as they could collapse and fall off the building. There are 3 chimneys in total on the roof. The bricks will be matched as close as possible for Historical appearance Project Priority 3 l Indicate HigIh/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety <;sues H · Cost Saving/Paybacks Bricks at. l..la1r Capital Project 2021- l, 4>
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name

Commun_l!y Services Sombra Museum
Storage uilding/ Media Updat es

Project Description/Need for Work
2019 – Storage Building Drawings
2020 – Storage Building Const ruct ion – Costs divided over 3 years
2021 – Storage Building
2022 – Storage Building 2023 – Electronic Media Improvements
Project Priority 8 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

Add st orage bulli:Img for art ifa ct s

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

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total
Expenditures/ Year 1
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
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

&EJ =
Long Term Financing

Debenture Lease
Total Financing 462,000 1 so,ooo I 200,000 1 100,000 I 100,000 I 12,000 1

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2019 -2024 Department Community Services
Service/Program Mooretown Campground

Project Name Washrooms
Work In Progress (WIP} Yes/No Previous project #
Project Description/Need for Work
Mooretown Cam.e9.round washrooms need to be retiled and re modeled The tiles are lifting and this is forming hazards for the users.

;l c.> JI – ,o

Project Priority s
Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/ReplacemE Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Tiles are lifting and forming scrap or cut hazards Washroom is in need of ree_air

increase amenities for the ca m,eers

Useful Live (Years)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year4 Year 5
Financing 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023
Expenditures:
Studies land
Asset Purchase
Utllties/Design Furnishing/Equipment S1tework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures

Financing:

External Sources
Grant s/ Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. External contr ibution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (User ratesi·1—-_ 11——+1—–+-1—–i1—–+-1—1
Reserves/Reserve Funds
I; I I I I I

Ef ceserve ] , s,000:00

s,000.00

Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir,

-_ _.

L—–1.. ,—-L—–L- ._

Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing 1s,000.00 I 15,000.00 I

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

MUnlClpam:y OT :,t,. lwlalr

Capital Project# 2021- 71

Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2019 -2024

Department

-C-om-m-un-ity-S-er
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

ComfllUnity Service
St. Clair Parkway Golf Course E uipment

‘fes/No Previous project #

Project Description/Need for Work
1 O golf cart purchased for the 2021 season and trade in 10 of the 2006 models now 15 years old. Carts are estimated to cost $4500 after trade in of the 2006’s total estimate for carts is $45000 Replacement of a triplex greens mower for $35,000

Project Priority 1 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments
Health or Safety Issues I

Asset Maintenance/Re,.aceme1 Hi:h
Growth Related Needs

Equipment being replaced is at end of lffe cycle

Service Enhancement Hi h New carts and consistency on Greens with new mower
Other
Useful Live (Years) Total

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

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

Expenditures/ Year 1
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

From Operations (User rates) —– —-…….. .. — ——

ReJ ::: eete Funds I
Equipment reserves

305I , 00II

ao,I oooII

,s.,oOooII

so,oooI so.oooI so.oooI

; ; air Educ . & Envir.: …=_-==–==–==–==–=..:.=_-==–==–==–==_.:=.._-==–==–==–= =_-==–=
Long Term Financing

Debenture Lease

Total Financing

I
3os 1000 I 801000 I 751000 I so1000 I so,ooo I 501000 I

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Municipality of St. Clair Capital Project # 2021 – t3 /
Capital Budget Data Collection Information Sheet – Year 2021-2025

Department Service/Program Project Name

Community Services-Golf Course

St. Clair Parkwax_ Golf Club New/Refurbished Golf Course Club House

Project Description/Need for Work

Indoor/Outdoor Furniture for the Golf course

Project Priority 2
Health or Safety Issues

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments
For our ,e.atrons

Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacemel Tables andchairs are at the end offfieir life ciae
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Desi2!!..!2…erovide enhanced service
Other

Project Budget Total
Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year4
Year S
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
5 —–11——-111——-+——+1——-111——–11

E:xetnecrnael contn:buet1ot nContrib..1—— –_-1—–_ -1——+—–_-t——. +——
:g : ❗ : 2s)I – I I I I I
Reserves/Reserve Funds

Gog ::r

. t on reserves. I 2s,oOO:oo1 •s,000.00I I I I I

Other -St. Clair Educ. & Env1r.. -_ ….

_, … ,

., ,_

Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing 251000.00 25.00QOO !

Other.Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Department Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

Community rvice
St.Clair Parkway Golf Course_ Pavement

Yes/!.Jo Previous P!Oject ‘IJ

Project Description/Need for Work

Golf Course driveway to be completed in 2020, now we need to continue with paving of the trails around the clubhouse
and out 1,10, and 18

Project Priority 3 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

Hiah

Total

TriE, hazards are created

Paving is breaking up end of life

Project Budget

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

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

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

RFesroemrveOsp/Rereasteiornvse F(Uusnedrsrates) …., _._ .., ._ ..,

._ ,

£:£ serves. I so,000:00I 2s,ooo.ooI 2s,ooo.ooI I I I
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Env1r. L.. ——….J_. …….. .. —-•- ,1. , _.
Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing so,000.00 I 2s,ooo.oo I 2s,ooo.oo 1

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Department Service/Program Project Name

Communitt Services–Golf Course

St. Clair Parkwa}’_ Golf Club New/Refurbished Golf Course Club House

Project Description/Need for Work
2018 Archtectural drawing and tendering process $30000 2019 construction $1,800,000

Upping the price $50,000 for design process for 2021, Hoping to dial in exactly what we want.
Project Priority 4 Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Existing club house does not meeting AODA requirements
Increased usership, more energy efficient
Increase asset value

Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Desi rovide enhanced service
Other

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

Total Expenditures
Financing: External Sources

Total
Expenditures/ Year 1
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

f Y !!:f ;7 nContrlb.I . I I I I I I

ROevtheneurse (FFuunnddraismg)

._._

– _.__

.._._

_._

.__

_ —–‘_

g : : : I I I I I I
Reserves/Reserve Funds
GoGlfeAnemraolrrteizsaetriovens reserves I — I I I I I I
: :; air Educ. & Envir 50,000 50,000 Yf.. ._ ,_ , .

Long Term Financing

I I I I I I I

Total Financlng 1,aso,000 I so,ooo I 1,aoo,000 I

Other-Please provide supporting documentation, quotes, operation budget

Department Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

Engineering

Roads

St. Clair Parkway – Cold-in-Place Recycling
Rokeby Line to Emily Street
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 replacement of the existing 150mm ductile iron watermain with PVC watermain (under a separate budget item)
Traffic Count between Rokeby Line and Emily Street (2014) – Daily Volume= 4886 vehicles

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)

MEDIUM
HIGH

MEDIUM

15-20

Total

Paving_ shoulaers reduces maintenance costs
AMP Prioritl
Improves drainage,rlcfe quaii’t’y and friction

Project Budget

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. Exte rnal co ntribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates)

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves
Equipment reserves DC reserves Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture Lease

Total Financing

1so,ooo 1 1so,ooo 1

Department Engin eering Service/Program Roads Project Name _Wilkesport Line – Highway 40 to Baby Road
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/ No Prev ious project # NIA
Project Description/Need for Work
Wilkesport Line from Highway 40 to Baby Road is considered past irs useful life in the asset manageme’!l_i>lan. This road requires a major reconstruction to return it to the service level of a high-class bituminous road. This road requires a drain
move off before a major reconstruction can take place.

Project Priority

Indicate High/Medium/Low

Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/ Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replaceme
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other
Useful Live (Years) Total

Repair potholes, grade correction, drive wauhty

AMP priorit y

Restores accee,t able service levels

Project Budget

Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/ Equ1p ment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. External contribut ion
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operatio ns (tax base) From Operati ons (User rates
Reserves/Reserve Funds

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

! ? ::::..,.J : I I I I I I

Debenture Lease

Total Financing 1,000,000.00 I 1,000,000.00 I

Department _E_ng,._i_ne_e_ri–‘ng…. _

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Wilkesport Line – Slope Stabilization
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # N/ A
Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the design and negotiation of land purchase to repair a failing slope on Wllkesport Line, just east of

the Village of Wilkesport . This project is a 2020 carryover

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Useful live (Years)

HIGH

int

Total

Fa1tin.9.!!2.ee

Project Budget

Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purcha se Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitew ork/ Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grant s/ Subs idies
Direct Deve lopm en t Contrib. External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates
Reserves/Reserve Funds

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

I

General reserves – Equipment reserves

DC reserves

Other -Carryover

40,000.00 40,000.00

Long Term Finan cing Debenture Lease

Total Financing

401000.00 I 40,000.00 I

Department _E_n…_gi_n_ee_r_in..,.g _

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 to Rokeby Line from Mandaumin to Telfer, Moore Line from
Ladysmith to Tecumseh and Wilkesport Line from St. Clair Parkway to the campground. In total, 8km’s are planned for
surface treatment. These roads are considered high priorities within the asset management plan.

Project Priority

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

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

AMP priority

Restores acceetable service levels

Useful Live (Years)

Total

Project Budget

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

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4 2024

Year S 202S

&
Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

= I I I I I I

Total Financing 300,000.00 I 300,000.00 I

Department _E_n·•n_=_ege_inr ,.g _

Service/Program Roads

Project Name Water Street Seawall ReQ(acement
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 Solllbra.

In 2020, detailed design was initiated and is progressing well. Due to capital priorities, staff is planning construction in 2022- 2023 for this project unless external fun ding sources are utilized.

Project Priority

Indicate High/Medium/Low

Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replaceme Failin_g_ seawall

AMP priority
Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement
Other

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget Total Expenditures/
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year4
Year 5

Expenditures: Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/ Equip ment Sit ework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:

External Sources Grants/Subsidies
Direct Developme nt Contrib. External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates

f*::; 1

2020 carryover
Long Term Financing Debenture
Lease

Total Financing

: 112200,,000000:.0000 1122_00,0,00000..0000 I”‘” t,NV-” I I
I = I I I I

1 ,1 20,000.00 I 120,000.00 1 500,000.00 1 500,000.00 1

Department _E_n.,_gi_ne_e_r_in””g _

Service/Program _R_o_ad_s

Project Name St. Clair Parkway Slope Stability
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No_ Previous project # N/ A Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the design work required to repair a failing slope on St. Clair Parkway between Oil Springs Line

and Seager Park. The funding for this project was approved by Council in 2019, from the efficiency grant received from
the Province. The geotechnical investigation is complete and the RFP for the detailed design will be Issuedin the fall
of 2020. This project is being carried forward to 2021

Project Priority

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

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Failin e

Useful Live (Years)

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

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

External Sources
Grant s/ Subsidies
Direct Development Cont rib. External cont ribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operat ions (tax base)
From Operations (User ratesl

Reserves/Reserve Funds

I -I I

, e>)o•@I o0

2 . ., :1 o 1
Long Term Fin ancing

!:;ture

Total Financing 120,000:do I 120;000.00 1

Department _En_.gin_ee_ri–‘ng”———

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 ol Murray Street lrom Fane Street to Cameron Street, including the
replacement of the existing storm sewer which ts 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.

Project Priority

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

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

High priority AMP

Failtn.9. storm sewer

Useful Live (Years)

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

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
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 General reserves
Equipment reserves DC reserves 2020 carryover Long Term Financing Debenture Lease

Total Financing

4001000.00 I I 400,000.00 I

Department

-En-gin-eer=ing ———–

Service/Program Roads Project Name Cameron Street Reconstruction – Fane to Cameron Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # NI A
Project Description/Need for Worl< 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. Project Priority Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks Asset Maintenance/ReplacemE Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments High priority AMP Failing watermain Useful Live (Years) Project Budget Expenditures: Studies Land Asset Purchase Utilties/Oesign Furnishing/Equipment Sitework./Landscaping Contingency Interim Financing Cost Other Total Expenditures Financing: External Sources Grant s/ Subsid ies Direct Development Contrib. Exte rnal contribution Others (Fundraising) Revenue Fund From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates Total Expenditures/ Financing - Year 1 2021 Year 2 2022 Year 3 2023 Year 4 2024 Year 5 2025 Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves 2020 carry over Long Term Financing Debenture Lease Total Financing a5b,ooo.oo I I e5o,ooo.oo I Department -En-gineering -----='---------- Service/Program Roads Project Name 2021 Rural Surface Treatment - Various Locations Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No P vious pr_Qject # NLA Project Description/Need for Work This project includes the applcation of surface treatment to LaSalle line from Plank Road to Brigden Road for 2.8kms This road is considered a high priority in the asset management plan Project Priority Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks Asset Maintenance/ReplacemE Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments AMP priority Restores acce.e_table service levels Useful Live (Years) Total Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year4 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 &EnJ : Long Terrn Financing Debenture Lease Total Financing 1t>o,000.00 I 1 Go,000.00 !

Service/Program Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

Roads

Oil Springs Line – Highway 40 to St. Clair Parkway

Y s/ No P evious p ect # NIA

Project Description/ Need for Work
This project includes the rehabilitation of theexisting asphalt road with cold-In-place recyling technologyand the placement of a hot-m ix wearing course. This project is a high pri ority 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

HIGH

MEDIUM

AMP Prlorit x_

l m(ll’oves drainage, nde qualit y and friction

Other

Useful Live (Years)

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

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

15-20

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year4
2024

Year 5
2025

Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves Equipment reserves DC reserves Other -St. Clalr Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financ ing Debenture Lease

Total Financing

1,,00,000 I 1,100,000.00 I

Project Name
Work In Progress (WIP)

Lambton Line – Highway 40 to Kimball

Yes/No Previous proJect # N/ A_

Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the rehabilitation of the existing asphah road with cold-in-place recyling technology and the2 1aoement
of a hot-mix wearing course. This project is a high priority in the asset management plan. Project is 6km in length

Project Priority

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

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

AMP Prloritt

Improves drainage, ride quality and friction

Useful Live (Years) 15-20

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

1,300,000 I 1,300,000 I

Project Name

Work In Progress (WIP}

Brigden Road – Village to Plank Road

Yes/No Previous ect # 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 2024,

which is 16 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)

HIGH

MEDIUM

15-0ct

AMP Prioritt

Improves drainage, ride quality and friction

Project Budget 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)

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

Reserves/Reserve Funds General reserves
Equipment reserves DC reserves Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. Long Term Financing Debenture Lease

Total Financing

1,100pt)O ! 1,TM,000 !

Department

-En-gin-eer-ing -=———

Service/Program Roads Project Name Polymoore Drive Rehabilit!_tion – North Branch to 675m South Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous J)_roject_!I: N/ A_
Project Description/Need for Work
The reconstruction of Polymoore Drive from the north branch of Porymoore Drive to 675 metres south is considered a high
priority in the Asset Management Plan. The proposed project includes the pulverizing of existing road and base material
and the placement of new hot-mix asphalt to an industrial standard. A similar process was utilized in the reconstruction
of the Polymoore Drive entrance in 2010 and has performed very well. The road is currently in poor condition, however, it is
recommended that its reconstruction be delayed until 2022 to avoid conflict with the Nova ASTZ project. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replaceme Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

AMP priority
Services industrial and commercial business
Restores acce_e.table service levels

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget

Total
Expenditures/

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year S
Financing 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilti es/ Design
Furnishing/ Equipm ent Sit ework/ Landscaping Contingency
Inter im Financi ng Cost Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. 1
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base)
From Operations (User rates –
Reserves/Reserve Funds

ParkJl 3so,ooo:oo 3so,ooo.oo
Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir. – _ _ _ _ _ _
Long Term Financing —- ——————. .
Debenture Lease
Total Financing 3so,ooo.oo 1 1 3so,ooo.oo 1

Department

-E-ng-in-e-er’ing”—-“————-

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 Worlc
This project includes the reconstruction of Beckwith Street from Colbome Road to Albert Street including excavation,

new granular material, curb & gutter (south side only) and hot-mix asphalt. This project is not a priority within the Asset
Mana ment Plan as It involves an iOCfease in level of SBfVice.

Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

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

Useful Live (Years)

Total

Nota priority project

Increase in service level

Project Budget

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

Total Expenditures

Financing:

External Sources
Grant s/ Subsidies
Direct Development Contrib. External cont ribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base)

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

From Operations (User rates
Reserves/Reserve Funds

M)I I I I I I I

Other -St. Clair Educ. & Envir….

-_ _. . .

. , ._

Long Term Financing Debenture Lease
Total Financing 440,ooo.oo I 440,000.00 I

Department _E_n”‘”gi_n_ee_r_in_,,g’————–
Service/Program _R_oa_d_s _

Project Name Beckwith S_t:reet_· Sidew lk & Streetlights
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # NI A Project Description/Need for Work
This project includes the construction of a 1.5 metre concrete sidewalk from Lyndoch Street to Albert Street. It also
includes the installation of 12 additional streetlights to conform with new development standards.

Project Priority lnaicate High/Medium/Low- Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/ReplacemE LOW
Growth Related Needs

Not a priority project

Service Enhancement
Other

MEDIUM

Useful Live (Years)

Project Budget Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase
Utilties/Design
Furni shing/Equipm ent Sitework/Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Co st Other

Total Expenditures Financing:
External Sources
Grants/Subsidies
Direct Developme nt Contrib. External contribut ion Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations ( t ax base) From Operations (User rates

Total Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year S
2025

Reserves/Reserve Funds
ii :2{ ‘iL ,;a1Pa”‘)! I I I I I I

Other -St. Clair Educ. & Env1r.l..

-_…, . .

.. _. ,_

Long Term Financing Debenture Lease

Total Financing 210,000.00 I 210,000.00 1

Department Public Works Service/Program _A_s_se_t_M_a_n_a.._ge_m_e_n_t _ Project Name Asset Management Plan FinaUzat ion (Carryover)
Work In Progress (WIP} Yes Previous project# 2020 – 125
Project Description/Need for Work
A consultant is required to finalize the revised AM Plan related to core assets based on the new condition assessment, revised targets/ LOS. There is also a requirement to capture the Commun ity Services Assets Into the Asset Inventory. The provincial AM Regs require the AM Plan to be revised on a regular basis. Township Policy has
targeted frequency of AM Plan revision every 5 years. This project is carryover from 2020
Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks

Asset Maintenance/Replace
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other

Re g, u rement to Revise Plan – ImprovedMgmt of Assets

Useful Live (Years)

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/Equipm ent 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 Road reserves DC reserves
Carry over from 2020 Long Term Financing
Debenture Lease

Total Financing








50,000.00 so 000.00

50,000.00 so 000.00 I

r,:Ci”‘1

so,000.00 I so,000.00 I

Department Public Works

Service/Program _A_ss_e_t_M_a_n..,;:ag._e_m_e_nt _ Project Name Asset Management – Risk Assessment Work In Progress (WIP) No Previous project #
Project Description/Need for Work
A consultant is required to develop a risk assessment model that allows for risk assessment on Township assets. The Provincial Asset Management Regs ,dentify that risk assessment is required as part of the municipal AM Pro ram & St. Clair Townshi ‘s AM Polic indicates that the AM Pro ram will be risk based & will
identify asset ris for prioritization purposes.

Project Priority

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

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Required Risk Assessment for Asset ManagementPrgm

Useful Live (Years)

Total
Project Budget Expenditures/ Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year4 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
()jrect Development Contrib.
External contribution
Others (Fundraising)
Revenue Fund
From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates Reserves/Reserve Funds

&EnJ =
Long Term Financing

Debenture Lease

Total Financing 40,000.00 I 40,000.00 I

Department Service/Program

-En-gi-nee-rin=g —-=——–
-Br-idg=es

Project Name Bridge Rehabilitation & Maintenanc Reserves)
Worlc In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous projec 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

Health or Safety Issues J:lGR
Cost Saving/Paybacks . _

Bridge is in poor condition

Asset Maintenance/Replacem HIGH Priority in the AMP Growth Related Needs
Service Enhancement Other

Useful Live (Years)

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

Total Expenditures Financing:

Total
Expenditures/ Year 1
Financing 2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
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
General reserves
Equipment reserves
DC reserves

Other -2020 Carryover

m. 110,000 7

Long Term Financing
Debenture Lease

Total Financing

9so;ooo I 190,000 I 190,000 I 190,000 I 190,000 I 190,000 I

Department Service/Program

-En-g-in-ee”rin’g——-“‘———-
-Br-idg=es

Project Name Bridge 2 _-_Smith Line ov Sydenham Ri\ler
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 2021.

Project Priority

Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments

Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving/Paybacks
Asset Maintenance/Replacem e
Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other
Useful Live {Years) Total

Quickactlon is required to mitigate large future expenses

Project Budget

Expenditures:
Studies Land
Asset Purchase Utilties / Design
Furn lshing/ Equipment Sit ework/ Landscaping Contingency
Interim Financing Cost Other

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

Expenditures/ Financing

Year 1
2021

Year 2
2022

Year 3
2023

Year 4
2024

Year 5
2025

& EnJ :
Long Term Financing

Debenture Lease

Total Financing 22o;ooo.oo I 220,000.00 I

Department Engine,e,rin’g —-“‘———–
Service/Program _B_ridg…_e_s

Project Name Bridge 45 – Kerr Line over West Otter Creek
Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project#
Project Description/Need for Wor1< This bndge is currently one of the lowest rated bridges in the Township with a BCI of 32. This is considered poor. The concrete abutments, deck and curbing are all in poor condition, necessitating and complete replacement. This bridge will be replaced with a precast concrete structure and have a lifespan of approximately 100 years. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues Cost Saving / Paybacks Asset Maintenan ce/ ReplacemE Growth Related Needs Service Enhancement Other Useful Live (Years) Total Bridge is in poor condition Priorit_l in theAMP Project Budget 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 ratesi Expenditures/ Financing Year 1 2021 Year 2 2022 Year 3 2023 Year 4 2024 Year 5 2025 Reserves/Reserve Funds J Long Term Financing Debenture Lease = I I I I I I Total Financing 400,000.00 I 400,000.00 I Department _E:,n::g..ine.e..r.i.n:,g:. _ Service/Program -Br-idg=es Project Name Bridge 4'!_: St. Clair Parkway over Marhsy Creek Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No P evious projec_!_# Project Description/Need for Wor1c This bridge was constructed in 1934 and has not underwent any major rehabilitation to date. An inspection was carried out in 2020, but high water levels make it difficult to determine the condition of the substructure. This bridge is currently rated as a BCI of 54 which is considered poor. In 2021, design work will commence to determine whether a rehabilitation or reconstruction will be required. For the purpose of this budget, a replacement is assumed. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments Health or Safety Issues H - Cost Saving/Paybacks Bridge is in poor condition GAsroswetthMRaienltaetneadnNcee/eRdesplacem1""'H.,.,.IG::H:-:-----1 Priorit_y. in t;.he AMP _ Service Enhancement Studies Land Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency lntenm Financing Cost Other Total Expenditures Financing: External Sources Grants/Subsidies Direct Development Contrib. External contribution Others (Fundraising) Revenue Fund From Operations (t ax base) From Operations (User rates Reserves/Reserve Funds & •• Long Term Financing Debenture Lease = I I I I I I Total Financing sso,000.00 I so,000.00 I soo,000.00 I Department _E_n=gi_n_ee_r_in .g'------------- Service/Program _B_ri--'dg""'"e_s _ Project Name Bridge 50 - St. Clair Parkway over Marhsy Creek Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # Project Description/Need for Wortc This bridge was constructed in 1934 and has not underwent any major rehabilitation to date. An inspection was carried out in 2020, but high water levels make it difficult to determine the condition of the substructure. This bridge is currently rated as a BCI of 53 which is considered poor. In 2021, design work will commence to determine whether a rehabilitation or reconstruction will be required. For the purpose of this budget, a replacement is assumed. Project Priority Indicate High/Medium/Low Comments -- Health or Safety Issues fRTGH Bridge is in poor condition Cost Saving/Paybacks GAsroswetthMRaientleanteadncNe/eReedpslacemq1-H-IG_H Service Enhancement Other ----1 Priority in the AMP ....c. ; Useful Live (Years) Total Project Budget Expenditures: Studies Land Asset Purchase Utilties/Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency Interim Financing Cost Other Total Expenditures Financing: Expenditures/ Year 1 Financing 2021 Year 2 2022 Year 3 2023 Year 4 2024 Year 5 2025 External Sources Grants/Subsidies Direct Development Contrib. External contribution Others (Fundraismg} Revenue Fund From Operations (tax base} From Operations (User rates Reserves/Reserve Funds Long Term Financing Debenture Lease &EnJ : I I I I I I Total Financing sso&QQ] 50,000 1 soo,ooo 1 Department Engineering ----"'-----"'---------- Service/Program _B_rid_,g"--e_s _ Project Name Bridge 37 - White Line over Clay Creek Work In Progress (WIP) Yes/No Previous project # Project Description/Need for Wor1c 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 2023 and replacement in 2024. 3 Health or Safety Issues rmc;-H- Cost Saving/Paybacks Brid ge is in poor condition GAsroswetthMRaienltaetneadnNceeRdesplacem ..,.H""IG,,.,.H,-----1 Priorit..y in_ th_e _AM_P Service Enhancement _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Other Useful Live (Years) Project Budget Expenditures: Studies Land Asset Purchase Utilties/ Design Furnishing/Equipment Sitework/Landscaping Contingency Interim Financing Cost Other Total Expenditures Financing: Extemal Sources Grants/Subsidies Direct Development Contrib. External contr ibution Others {Fundraising) Revenue Fund From Operations (tax base) From Operations (User rates Reserves/Reserve Funds 4F. &EnvJ, Long Term Financing Debenture Lease - - 500,000.00 500,000.00 so 000.00 50,000.00 - - - - - - 550 000.00 - - 50,000.00 500,000.00 - = I I I I I I Total Financing sso;ooo.oo I so,000.00 I soo,000.00 I Department _E_n.,._gi_n_ee_r_in-=g'------------ Service/Program _B_rid_,g._e_s _ Project Name Bridge 56 - RoJ