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2016 MUNICIPAL BUDGET

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Contents
Treasurers Comments ................................................................................................................................................ 4
Staff Complement ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
2015 Staff Complement .......................................................................................................................................... 5
2016 Staff Complement .......................................................................................................................................... 5
Organizational Chart ............................................................................................................................................... 6
Corporate Services ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
2015 Actual vs Budget ............................................................................................................................................. 7
2016 Budget Impacts on Taxation........................................................................................................................... 9
Final Year of Phased-In Assessment for January 1st, 2012 Value ........................................................................ 9
Laurentian Valley - Tax Rate Impact.................................................................................................................... 9
Education and County of Renfrew - Tax Rate Impact ....................................................................................... 10
Overall Combined - Tax Rate Impact ................................................................................................................. 10
Overview History of Laurentian Valley Tax Rates ............................................................................................. 10
Overview History of Laurentian Valley Levy Requirements .............................................................................. 11
Assessment Growth .......................................................................................................................................... 12
Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund Impacts ................................................................................................... 13
Reserve Budget Schedule .................................................................................................................................. 14
Average Reserves Per Household Yearly Comparison ...................................................................................... 15
2016 Corporate Services Revenue ........................................................................................................................ 16
2016 Corporate Services Expenses ....................................................................................................................... 17
Planning & Development Services ............................................................................................................................ 18
2015 Actual vs Budget ........................................................................................................................................... 18
2016 Planning & Development Services Revenue ................................................................................................ 20
2016 Planning & Development Services Expenses ............................................................................................... 21

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Public Service & Programs ........................................................................................................................................ 22


2015 Actual vs Budget ........................................................................................................................................... 22
2016 Public Services & Programs - Revenue ......................................................................................................... 24
2016 Public Services & Programs Expenses ....................................................................................................... 25
Public Works, Property & Protection ........................................................................................................................ 26
2015 Actual vs Budget ........................................................................................................................................... 26
2016 Public Works, Property & Protection - Revenue .......................................................................................... 28
2016 Public Works, Property & Protection - Expenses ......................................................................................... 29
Municipal Tax Rates .................................................................................................................................................. 30
Laurentian Valley................................................................................................................................................... 30
County of Renfrew ................................................................................................................................................ 31
Education............................................................................................................................................................... 32
Proportionate Share of Tax Revenue ................................................................................................................ 33
Wastewater (Sewer) Rates .................................................................................................................................... 34
History of Wastewater (Sewer) Rates ............................................................................................................... 35
History of Wastewater (Sewer) Levies .............................................................................................................. 35
Water Rates ........................................................................................................................................................... 36
Annual Flat Rates............................................................................................................................................... 36
Metered Rates ................................................................................................................................................... 37
Additional Charges ............................................................................................................................................ 37
Garbage Rates ....................................................................................................................................................... 38
History of Garbage Rates................................................................................................................................... 38
Budget Detail ............................................................................................................................................................. 39
Budget Detail - Revenue........................................................................................................................................ 39
2016 Revenue % Distribution ......................................................................................................................... 43
Budget Detail - Expenses ....................................................................................................................................... 44
2016 Expense % Distribution.......................................................................................................................... 57
Budget Detail - Capital........................................................................................................................................... 58
2016 Capital % Distribution ............................................................................................................................... 60

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Treasurers Comments

Mayor Bennett, Members of Council and the Public:


I am pleased to provide to members of the Laurentian Valley Council a copy of the 2016 Municipal Budget for the
Corporation of the Township of Laurentian Valley.
This budget presentation has been a combined effort of the CAO, all Department Heads and staff. I wish to
thank each of them for their support during this process.
Each year I believe it is important to note any changes that occurred during the previous year. This not only gives
the ratepayers a better understanding of issues faced by Council and staff but in turn also allows a consolidated
document showing accomplishments in the previous year and the current year budgetary goals. Therefore this
year the budget document has been separated by departments outlining notable changes.

Respectfully submitted;

Charlene Jackson
Charlene Jackson, AMCT, Dipl.M.M.
Treasurer/Deputy Clerk

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Staff Complement
2015 Staff Complement
The staffing complement has remained the same since December of 2013. Highlights of staffing changes include
the retirement of Maureen Brennan from the position of Planning, Building Technician. The Township welcomed
Judith Jeffery as her replacement in late October of 2015.
The Public Works Department hired a one year contract position and the successful candidate was Dwayne
Graveline. This position replaced a staff member who was off on long term disability.
The Township also hired summer students during the year 2015 as follows: Nathan Andre (Data Collection
Technician), Jennifer Hammel (Office Student) and Public Works Students Christian Cadieux, Ben Mitchell,
Blake Lamoine, Courtney Williams, Sarah Kelly, and Meagan McRae.

2016 Staff Complement


The staffing complement has changed to include a six month contract position of Finance Clerk effective May 16,
2016. We welcome Hailey Elliott to this position.
The Township also hired summer students during the year 2016 as follows: Lindsey Hebert (Student - Special
Projects Clerk) and Public Works Students Scott Baynham, Ben Mitchell, Courtney Williams and Sarah Kelly.

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Organizational Chart
Mayor and Council

C.A.O./Clerk
DEAN SAURIOL

Administrative/Council Clerk
KAYLA JANKE

By-Law Enforcer/Animal Control


MIKE STREET

Planner/E.D.O.

Chief Building Official

Public Works Manager

Treasurer/Deputy Clerk

Fire Chief

LAUREE ARMSTRONG

CLAUS TROST

MARK BEHM

CHARLENE JACKSON

TIM SUTCLIFFE

Planning and Building


Technician
JUDITH JEFFERY

Operations Foreman

Deputy Treasurer

LORNE RATHWELL

CATHY WREN

Equipment/Water &
Sewer Operator
MARK ZADOW
TODD GRAHL

Finance Clerk Contract


Hailey Elliott

ANDREW WARREN

Payroll Clerk
COLLEEN ZADOW

Deputy Fire Chief


Mark Kaden

Fire Captains
Matthew Chaput
Devin Maahs
Justin McNamara

Office Clerks
COLLEEN SMITH

Equipment Operator

Accounts Payable/

Marvin Pigeon
Andrew Rathwell

BARB WITT

SHANE HEBERT
COLE HAWKINS
DAVID LEWIS

Fire Lieutenants
Justin Boxall
John Chaput
Jason Normandeau

Truck Driver

Paul Stalkie

Seasonal On Call

Firefighters
Steve Beauchamp
Wayne Chapeskie
Braydon Couturier
Brad Faught
Lloyd Gervais
Luke Godin
Reid Gregoire
Ian Hawthorne
Christopher Myra
Brian Needham
David Newburn
Steven Nicholas
Dwight Panke
Greg Rigo
Jason Ryan

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Corporate Services
Chair Councillor Allan Wren
Corporate Services is comprised of the following:

Administration
Fire Protection
By-Law Enforcement
Animal Control
Festival Hall
Pembroke Public Library
Renfrew County Veterinary

2015 Actual vs Budget


REVENUE

REVENUE

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

ADMINISTRATION

($8,689,260)

($6,265,717)

($2,423,543)

(27.89%)

RESERVES

($1,705,623)

($1,111,877)

($593,746)

(34.81%)

FIRE PROTECTION

($40,000)

($43,515)

3,515

8.79%

LOTTERY LICENSE

($100,000)

($80,196)

($19,804)

(19.80%)

($400)

($190)

($210)

(52.50%)

($35,650)

($41,301)

$5,651

15.85%

BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT
ANIMAL CONTROL

Revenue in the following areas are a higher percentage due to the following:
Administration Loan for $2,500,000 will be borrowed in 2016
Reserves Projects not completed in 2015 were not taken out of reserves

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EXPENSES
EXPENSES

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

COUNCIL

$183,448

$165,877

($17,571)

(9.58%)

CORPORATE MANAGEMENT

$75,015

$62,562

($12,453)

(16.60%)

ADMINISTRATION

$919,348

$892,138

($27,210)

(2.96%)

$1,363,812

$1,555,432)

$191,620

14.05%

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

$25,000

$24,123

($877)

(3.51%)

FIRE PROTECTION

$569,898

$251,557

($318,331)

(55.86%)

LOTTERY LICENSE

$3,308

$4,941

$1,633

49.36%

BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT

$25,260

$21,888

($3,372)

(13.35%)

ANIMAL CONTROL

$42,306

$56,023

$13,717

32.42%

RESERVES

Expenses in the following areas are higher or lower due to the following:

Council not all education fees were spent


Corporate Management Bank Interest, Tax Write-Offs and Vacancy Rebates were down
Administration Audit Fees for 2015 not expenses yet
Reserves money raised in taxation for projects that were not completed were transferred to reserves
to be completed in 2016
Fire Protection New Fire Truck to be delivered in 2016
Lottery License More staff time spent with new changes
Animal Control Livestock that was killed by wolves was more than anticipated. (Provincially funded)

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2016 Budget Impacts on Taxation

Final Year of Phased-In Assessment for January 1st, 2012 Value


2016 represents the fourth and final year in the phased-in assessment from 2013 to 2016 representing the
current market value of January 1st, 2012. In 2017 the new current market value will be based on January 1st,
2017 with a four year phase-in over 2017 to 2020.

Laurentian Valley - Tax Rate Impact


The impact on the tax rate after considering the increased levy (2.9%) is that the Township tax rate will
decrease by 2 . 8 5 % in 2016.
Example of $100,000 assessment:

MUNICIPAL
2015 Residential
2016 Residential
Difference of:

$ 339.41
$ 329.73
($ 9.68)

If we factor in the average residential phased-in assessment increase in valuation change of 1.47% the
following savings will occur.
Example of $100,000 assessment to $101,470 assessment:

MUNICIPAL
2015 Residential
2016 Residential
Difference of:

$ 339.41
$ 334.58
($ 4.83)

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Education and County of Renfrew - Tax Rate Impact


The residential education tax rates have dropped from $195.00 per $100,000 assessed value to $188.00.
The County of Renfrew residential tax rates have dropped from $347.89 per $100,000 assessed value to $345.41.

Overall Combined - Tax Rate Impact


Therefore the overall combined 2016 tax rate per $100,000 assessed value has dropped from $882.30 to
$863.14.

2015 Residential
2016 Residential

MUNICIPAL

COUNTY

EDUCATION

TOTAL

DOLLAR
DIFFERENCE

$ 339.41
$ 329.73

$ 347.89
$ 345.41

$ 195.00
$ 188.00

$882.30
$863.14

$(19.16)

Overview History of Laurentian Valley Tax Rates

Residential Tax Rate Comparison by Year


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0.00360000
0.00350000
0.00340000
0.00330000
0.00320000
0.00310000
0.00300000
0.00290000
0.00280000
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Overview History of Laurentian Valley Levy Requirements


(Amount to be raised by Taxation)

The 2016 Township total budget of $10,617,262 represents a decrease (17.59%) over the 2015 total budget
requirement. The 2016 Levy Requirement of $4,150,726 represents an increase of 2.9% over the 2015 Levy
Requirement of which 1.59% is growth and does not affect individual properties.

The real impact of the municipal levy is 2.9% less the 1.59% growth which translates to a 1.33% increase.

LEVY COMPARISON
$4,500,000
$4,000,000
$3,500,000
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
$1,500,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

$-

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Assessment Growth
In 2015 the Township of Laurentian Valley realized an assessment growth of 1.72%. This assessment growth is
represented by the physical changes to properties during the year 2014. Some of these physical changes are
new construction, additions, improvements and demolitions as well as any equity changes in value from Minutes
of Settlement or ARB decisions all effect the growth or loss of growth for the Township. The level of growth is
represented by the chart on the following page.

2015 Additional Revenue from 2015 Assessment Growth

Laurentian Valley Township, 4766


Difference Between Returned Roll
and Year End
CVA
Lower
Tier
$
%
$
%

Class

Taxable
Residential
Res FAD I
Multi-residential
Com. Occupied
Com. Exc. Land
Com. Vac. Land
Ind. Occupied
Ind. Exc. Land
Ind. Vac. Land
Large Ind. Occ.
Large Ind. Exc.
Pipelines
Farm
Managed Forests
Commercial Total Taxable
Industrial Total Taxable
Total Taxable

13,154,780
0
-141,500
2,690,200
134,294
580
27,588
14,403
0
0
0
35,322
-2,738,772
-4,007
2,825,074
41,991
13,172,888

1.47%
0.00%
-7.85%
2.68%
7.41%
0.08%
1.20%
173.53%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.08%
-7.26%
-0.33%
2.74%
0.69%
1.21%

44,686
0
-933
29,286
579
3
269
91
0
0
0
160
-2,324
-3
29,867
361
71,813

1.35%
0.00%
-6.83%
3.65%
5.72%
0.07%
1.00%
173.53%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.08%
-7.26%
-0.33%
3.66%
0.50%
1.61%

-13,450
0
0
0
0
-13,450
2,825,074
41,991
13,159,438

-0.66%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-0.13%
2.54%
0.69%
1.20%

-47
0
0
0
0
-46
29,867
361
71,768

-0.66%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-0.08%
3.45%
0.50%
1.59%

Payment in Lieu
Residential
Com. Occupied
Com. Exc. Land
Commercial Total PIL
Industrial Total PIL
Total PIL
Commercial Grand Total
Industrial Grand Total
Grand Total

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Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund Impacts

The Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund represents $616,600 which has been decreased since 2009 by 50.67%.

OMPF GRANT FUNDING COMPARISON BY YEAR

$678,400.00

$616,600.00

2012

$400,000.00

$607,400.00

2011

$795,800.00

$600,000.00

$875,700.00

$800,000.00

$900,000.00

$1,000,000.00

$1,000,000.00

$1,200,000.00

$1,250,000.00

$1,400,000.00

2015

2016

$200,000.00

$2009

2010
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2013
2014

2014
2015

2016

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Reserve Budget Schedule

2015 YEAR END


CLOSING BALANCE

CONTRIBUTIONS

WITHDRAWAL

BUDGET
2016 YEAR END
CLOSING BALANCE

RESERVES

$1,267,284.09
$990,830.23
$1,015,576.00
$30,370.95
$133,688.00
$424,453.44
$62,600.00
$355,265.00
$17,600.00
$0.00
$45,000.00
$28,743.00
$135,344.00
$4,506,754.71

DEVELOPMENT CHARGES
FEDERAL GAS TAX

$17,916.77
$295,315.09
$313,231.86

TOTAL:

$4,819,986.57

WORKING CAPITAL
FIXED ASSETS
SEWER SYSTEM
STREET LIGHTING
LANDFILL CAPITAL
FIRE SERVICES
RECREATION
WATER SYSTEM
ELECTION EXPENSES
INSURANCE
EMERGENCY MEASURES
HEALTH BENEFITS
LEVY STABILIZATION

$250,000.00
$250,000.00
$143,841.00
$6,064.00
$30,660.00
$95,000.00
$25,000.00
$59,930.00
$8,800.00

-$367,530.00
-$387,477.00

$5,000.00

-$25,000.00

$64,653.00
$938,948.00

-$45,000.00
-$1,138,422.00

$1,149,754.09
$853,353.23
$1,159,417.00
$36,434.95
$164,348.00
$228,038.44
$65,600.00
$415,195.00
$26,400.00
$0.00
$25,000.00
$28,743.00
$154,997.00
$4,307,280.71

$52,500.00
$294,604.00
$347,104.00

-$223,482.00
-$223,482.00

$70,416.77
$366,437.09
$436,853.86

$1,286,052.00

-$1,361,904.00

$4,744,134.57

-$291,415.00
-$22,000.00

FUNDED RESERVES

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Average Reserves Per Household Yearly Comparison

Average Reserves Per Household

$1,122.91

2013

2014

$1,100.00

$1,113.46

2012

$1,194.09

$1,083.08

$600.00

$919.63

$800.00

$860.48

$1,000.00

$1,043.16

$1,200.00

$1,213.19

$1,400.00

$400.00
$200.00
$2009

2010

2011

2015

2016
2014
BUDGET Eastern ON
AVG

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2016 Corporate Services Revenue

REVENUE

2016 BUDGET

ADMINISTRATION

($6,831,717)

RESERVES

($1,361,904)

FIRE PROTECTION

($60,000)

LOTTERY LICENSE

($80,000)

BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT

($1,000)

ANIMAL CONTROL

($35,650)

Corporate Services - Revenue

ADMINISTRATION
RESERVES
FIRE PROTECTION
LOTTERY LICENSE
BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT
ANIMAL CONTROL

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2016 Corporate Services Expenses

EXPENSES

2016 BUDGET

COUNCIL

$185,952

CORPORATE MANAGEMENT

$114,626

ADMINISTRATION

$910,993

RESERVES

$1,076,217

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

$47,700

FIRE PROTECTION

$556,307

LOTTERY LICENSE

$5,300

BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT

$20,300

ANIMAL CONTROL

$47,100

Corporate Services - Expenses

COUNCIL
CORPORATE MANAGEMENT
ADMINISTRATION
RESERVES
INFORMATION SYSTEMS
FIRE PROTECTION
LOTTERY LICENSE
BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT
ANIMAL CONTROL

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Planning & Development Services


Chair Reeve Robinson
Planning & Development Services is comprised of the following:

Planning and Development


Building Services
Emergency Management
Economic Development
Strategic Planning
Pembroke & Area Airport
Upper Ottawa Valley Physician Recruitment

2015 Actual vs Budget


REVENUE

REVENUE

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

BUILDING INSPECTION

($39,250)

($28,340)

($10,910)

(27.80%)

PLANNING

($12,000)

($6,680)

($5,320)

(44.17%)

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

$0

($2,500)

$2,500

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

($50,000)

($18,735)

($31,265)

(62.53%)

Revenue in the following areas are a lower percentage of budgeted amount due to the following:

Building Inspection permit revenue down


Planning planning fees down
Emergency Management a grant from TransCanada Pipelines was received for a generator.
Economic Development this area includes Development Charges which are offset by an expense
account that nets the overall revenue to zero and has no impact on the budget or actual numbers.

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EXPENSES

EXPENSES

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

BUILDING INSPECTION

$79,215

$73,860

($5,355)

(6.76%)

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

$27,200

$656

($26,544)

(97.59%)

PLANNING

$242,024

$208,971

($33,053)

(13.66%)

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

$10,000

$8,291

($1,709)

(17.09%)

AIRPORT COMMISSION

$13,359

$13,520

$161

1.21%

Expenses in the following areas are lower than anticipated due to the following:
Building Inspection conference fees were prepaid in 2014
Emergency Management Emergency Generator to be purchased in 2016
Planning Legal Fees have not yet been expensed as anticipated and advertising for the Official Plan has
not yet been completed.
Economic Development Anticipated cost of rebranding was less than expected. Further branding costs
have been budgeted for in 2016.

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2016 Planning & Development Services Revenue

REVENUE

2016 BUDGET

BUILDING INSPECTION

($31,500)

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

($10,000)

PLANNING

($12,000)

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

($50,000)

Planning & Development Services Revenue

BUILDING INSPECTION
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
PLANNING
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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2016 Planning & Development Services Expenses

EXPENSES

2016 BUDGET

BUILDING INSPECTION

$80,316

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

$39,300

PLANNING

$233,200

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

$33,000

AIRPORT COMMISSION

$20,500

Planning & Development Services - Expenses

BUILDING INSPECTION
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
PLANNING
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
AIPORT COMMISSION

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Public Service & Programs


Chair Councillor Jennifer Gauthier
Public Service & Programs is comprised of the following:

Recreation
Social Services
Cultural Services
Friends of the Disabled
Alice & Fraser Recreation Association
Forest Lea Park Association
Pleasant View Park Recreation Association
Shady Nook Recreation Association
Stafford Park Recreation Association

2015 Actual vs Budget


REVENUE

REVENUE
RECREATION
LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

($0.00)

($5,000)

$5,000

($14,568)

($14,568)

$0.00

0.00%

Revenue in the following areas are more than what was budgeted due to the following:
Recreation a grant for Pleasant View Park was received from Hydro One which was unexpected
Library & Other Cultural revenue received was as anticipated

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EXPENSES

EXPENSES

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

$305,011

$270,813

($34,198)

(11.21%)

FOREST LEA PARK

$5,500

$7,638

$2,138

38.87%

SHADY NOOK RECREATION

$23,947

$24,795

$848

3.54%

STAFFORD PARK

$35,240

$26,138

($9,102)

(25.83%)

ALICE & FRASER RECREATION

$61,612

$60,837

($775)

(1.26%)

PLEASANT VIEW PARK

$34,500

$25,958

($8,542)

(24.76%)

LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL

$171,375

$171,263

($112)

(0.07%)

GRANTS TO OTHERS

$23,065

$30,585

$7,520

32.60%

RECREATION

Expenses in the following areas were more or less than what was budgeted due to the following:
Recreation the capital project of new flag poles was not completed in 2015 but is anticipated in 2016
and the funds have been transferred into reserves to fund the cost in 2016
Forest Lea Park the multi-sport pad was paved and paid for by the township but reimbursed by the
Forest Lea Park Association in full.
Stafford Park the playground equipment was only updated with a new accessible swing
Pleasant View Park playground equipment purchased was lower than expected
Grants to Others extra funding was received for SabStock in 2015 and therefore was expensed as well

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2016 Public Services & Programs - Revenue

REVENUE

2016 BUDGET

RECREATION

($12,800)

LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL

($14,568)

Public Service & Programs - Revenue

RECREATION
LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL

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2016 Public Services & Programs Expenses


EXPENSES

2016 BUDGET

RECREATION

$290,762

FOREST LEA PARK

$14,713

SHADY NOOK RECREATION

$25,715

STAFFORD PARK

$20,514

ALICE & FRASER RECREATION

$51,510

PLEASANT VIEW PARK

$4,500

LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL

$174,777

GRANTS TO OTHERS

$23,060

Public Services & Programs - Expenses

RECREATION
FOREST LEA PARK
SHADY NOOK RECREATION
STAFFORD PARK
ALICE & FRASER RECREATION
PLEASANT VIEW PARK
LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL
GRANTS TO OTHERS

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Public Works, Property & Protection


Chair Councillor James Sheedy
Public Works & Protection is comprised of the following:
Public Works
Road Operations
Wastewater
Water
Waste Management
Waste Collection
Municipal Property
Laurentian Valley Policing
Upper Ottawa Valley Community Policing Association Committee
Ottawa Valley Waste Recovery Centre

2015 Actual vs Budget


REVENUE

REVENUE

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

ROAD OPERATIONS

($124,246)

($131,649)

$7,403

5.96%

WASTEWATER

($573,326)

($592,511)

$19,185

3.35%

WATER

($501,153)

($503,464)

$2,311

0.46%

WASTE MANAGEMENT

($259,958)

($257,474)

($2,484)

(0.96%)

WASTE COLLECTION

($693,488)

($696,877)

$3,389

0.49%

Revenue in the following areas are more than what was budgeted due to the following:

Road Operations rental revenue was more than expected along with extra funding.
Wastewater additional revenue through growth
Water additional revenue through growth
Waste Management per tonne royalty fees were slightly down
Waste Collection additional revenue through growth

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EXPENSES

EXPENSES

2015 BUDGET

2015 ACTUAL

DIFFERENCE

$5,428,820

$4,169,312

($1,259,508)

(23.20%)

WASTEWATER

$573,326

$532,945

($40,381)

(7.04%)

WATER

$501,153

$530,758

$29,605

5.91%

WASTE MANAGEMENT

$195,924

$184,724

($11,200)

(5.72%)

WASTE COLLECTION

$594,800

$688,771

$93,971

15.80%

$1,349,966

$1,342,905

($7,061)

(0.52%)

ROAD OPERATIONS

POLICING

Revenue in the following areas are more than what was budgeted due to the following:
Road Operations some capital projects were not completed in 2015 but will be completed in 2016
Wastewater rentals were not required in 2015 along with bill for wastewater services from the City was
less than expected
Water a leak in 2015 that could not be located caused a larger water bill than expected
Waste Management did not complete order for recycling containers due to storage issues
Waste Collection unexpected contracted services charges from previous contractor
Policing contracted costs less than expected

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2016 Public Works, Property & Protection - Revenue

REVENUE
ROAD OPERATIONS
WASTEWATER
WATER
WASTE MANAGEMENT
WASTE COLLECTION

2016 BUDGET
($164,610)
($587,553)
($460,940)
($276,860
($626,160)

Public Works, Property & Protection - Revenue

ROAD OPERATIONS
WASTEWATER
WATER
WASTE MANAGEMENT
WASTE COLLECTION

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2016 Public Works, Property & Protection - Expenses


EXPENSES
ROAD OPERATIONS
WASTEWATER
WATER
WASTE MANAGEMENT
WASTE COLLECTION
POLICING

2015 BUDGET
$3,474,429
$587,553
$460,940
$176,840
$595,500
$1,345,638

Public Works, Property & Protection - Expenses

ROAD OPERATIONS
WASTEWATER
WATER
WASTE MANAGEMENT
WASTE COLLECTION
POLICING

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Municipal Tax Rates


Laurentian Valley

TOWNSHIP TAX RATES

2016 CVA

RESIDENTIAL/FARM
RESIDENTIAL/FARM-FARMLANDS 1
MULTI-RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL - OCCUPIED
COMMERCIAL - NEW CONST
COMMERCIAL - EXCESS LAND
COMM EXCESS LAND - NEW CONST.
COMMERCIAL - VACANT LAND
COMMERCIAL - FARMLANDS 1
INDUSTRIAL - OCCUPIED
INDUSTRIAL - NEW CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRIAL - EXCESS LAND
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- OCCUPIED
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- EXCESS LAND
PIPELINES
FARMLANDS
MANAGED FORESTS

RT
R1
MT
CT
XT
CU
XU
CX

952,070,891
12,700
1,764,500
86,659,321
18,702,285
1,909,361
64,000
770,000

C1

2,269,263
36,500
22,703
22,500
3,548,441
229,935
45,915,000
37,642,000
1,335,100

IT
JT
IU
IX
LT
LU
PT
FT
TT

TAX RATES

LEVY

0.00329725
0.00115404
0.00640853
0.00598352
0.00598352
0.00418846
0.00418846
0.00418846
0.00115404
0.00954366
0.00954366
0.00620338
0.00620338
0.01190639
0.00773915
0.00439457
0.00082432
0.00082432

$3,139,215.75
$14.66
$11,307.85
$518,527.78
$111,905.50
$7,997.28
$268.06
$3,225.11
$0.00
$21,657.07
$348.34
$140.84
$139.58
$42,249.12
$1,779.50
$201,776.68
$31,029.05
$1,100.55

$4,092,682.73

1,152,974,500
COMMERCIAL PIL (FULL)
COMMERCIAL GENERAL
COMMERCIAL GENERAL - EXCESS LAND
RESIDENTIAL PIL (FULL
RES & FARM - GENERAL
INDUSTRIAL - PIL
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND - PIL
RES & FARM - PIL

CF
CG
CW
RF
RG
IH
IJ
RP

7,791,000
596,100
4,900
562,000
874,700
74,000
900
725,300
16,412,700

0.00598352
0.00598352
0.00418846
0.00329725
0.00329725
0.00954366
0.00620338
0.00329725

$46,617.60
$3,566.78
$20.52
$1,853.05
$2,884.10
$706.23
$5.58
$2,391.50

27,041,600

$58,045.37

1,180,016,100

$4,150,728.10

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County of Renfrew

COUNTY TAX RATES

2016 CVA

RESIDENTIAL/FARM
RESIDENTIAL/FARM-FARMLANDS 1
MULTI-RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL - OCCUPIED
COMMERCIAL - NEW CONST
COMMERCIAL - EXCESS LAND
COMM EXCESS LAND - NEW CONST.
COMMERCIAL - VACANT LAND
COMMERCIAL - FARMLANDS 1
INDUSTRIAL - OCCUPIED
INDUSTRIAL - NEW CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRIAL - EXCESS LAND
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- OCCUPIED
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- EXCESS LAND
PIPELINES
FARMLANDS
MANAGED FORESTS

RT
R1
MT
CT
XT
CU
XU
CX

952,070,891
12,700
1,764,500
86,659,321
18,702,285
1,909,361
64,000
770,000

C1

2,269,263
36,500
22,703
22,500
3,548,441
229,935
45,915,000
37,642,000
1,335,100

IT
JT
IU
IX
LT
LU
PT
FT
TT

TAX RATES

LEVY

0.00335494
0.00117423
0.00652067
0.00608821
0.00608821
0.00426175
0.00426175
0.00426175
0.00117423
0.00977949
0.00977949
0.00635667
0.00635667
0.01220060
0.00793039
0.00447147
0.00083874
0.00083874

$3,194,140.72
$14.91
$11,505.72
$527,600.14
$113,863.44
$8,137.22
$272.75
$3,281.55
$0.00
$22,192.23
$356.95
$144.32
$143.03
$43,293.11
$1,823.47
$205,307.55
$31,571.85
$1,119.80

$4,164,768.76

1,152,974,500
COMMERCIAL PIL (FULL)
COMMERCIAL GENERAL
COMMERCIAL GENERAL - EXCESS LAND
RESIDENTIAL PIL (FULL
RES & FARM - GENERAL
INDUSTRIAL - PIL
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND - PIL
RES & FARM - PIL

CF
CG
CW
RF
RG
IH
IJ
RP

7,791,000
596,100
4,900
562,000
874,700
74,000
900
725,300
16,412,700

0.00608821
0.00608821
0.00426175
0.00335494
0.00335494
0.00977949
0.00635667
0.00335494

$47,433.24
$3,629.18
$20.88
$1,885.48
$2,934.57
$723.68
$5.72
$2,433.34

27,041,600

$59,066.09

1,180,016,100

$4,223,834.85

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Education

TAX RATES

2016 CVA

RESIDENTIAL/FARM
RESIDENTIAL/FARM-FARMLANDS 1
MULTI-RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL - OCCUPIED
COMMERCIAL - NEW CONST
COMMERCIAL - EXCESS LAND
COMM EXCESS LAND - NEW CONST.
COMMERCIAL - VACANT LAND
COMMERCIAL - FARMLANDS 1
INDUSTRIAL - OCCUPIED
INDUSTRIAL - NEW CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRIAL - EXCESS LAND
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- OCCUPIED
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- EXCESS LAND
PIPELINES
FARMLANDS
MANAGED FORESTS

RT
R1
MT
CT
XT
CU
XU
CX

952,070,891
12,700
1,764,500
86,659,321
18,702,285
1,909,361
64,000
770,000

C1
IT
JT
IU
IX
LT
LU
PT
FT
TT

2,269,263
36,500
22,703
22,500
3,548,441
229,935
45,915,000
37,642,000
1,335,100

TAX RATES

LEVY

0.00188000
0.00065800
0.00188000
0.01362616
0.01362616
0.00953831
0.00953831
0.00953831
0.00065800
0.01500000
0.01500000
0.00975000
0.00975000
0.01500000
0.00975000
0.01171969
0.00047000
0.00047000

$1,789,893.28
$8.36
$3,317.26
$1,180,833.77
$254,840.33
$18,212.08
$610.45
$7,344.50
$0.00
$34,038.95
$547.50
$221.35
$219.38
$53,226.62
$2,241.87
$538,109.57
$17,691.74
$627.50

$3,901,984.48

1,152,974,500
COMMERCIAL PIL (FULL)
COMMERCIAL GENERAL
COMMERCIAL GENERAL - EXCESS LAND
RESIDENTIAL PIL (FULL
RES & FARM - GENERAL
INDUSTRIAL - PIL
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND - PIL
RES & FARM - PIL

CF
CG
CW
RF
RG
IH
IJ
RP
E

7,791,000
596,100
4,900
562,000
874,700
74,000
900
725,300
16,412,700

0.01362616
0.01362616
0.00953831
0.00188000
0.00188000
0.01500000
0.00975000
0.00188000

$106,161.41
$8,122.55
$46.74
$1,056.56
$1,644.44
$1,110.00
$8.78
$1,363.56

27,041,600

$119,514.04

1,180,016,100

$4,021,498.52

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Proportionate Share of Tax Revenue

2016 Proportionate Share of Tax Revenue

32.44%

33.48%

TOWNSHIP
COUNTY
EDUCATION

34.07%

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Wastewater (Sewer) Rates

WASTEWATER TAX RATES


RESIDENTIAL/FARM
RESIDENTIAL/FARM-FARMLANDS 1
MULTI-RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL - OCCUPIED
COMMERCIAL - NEW CONST
COMMERCIAL - EXCESS LAND
COMM EXCESS LAND - NEW CONST.
COMMERCIAL - VACANT LAND
COMMERCIAL - FARMLANDS 1
INDUSTRIAL - OCCUPIED
INDUSTRIAL - NEW CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRIAL - EXCESS LAND
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- OCCUPIED
LARGE INDUSTRIAL- EXCESS LAND
PIPELINES
FARMLANDS
MANAGED FORESTS

RT

2016 CVA

TAX RATES

118,229,651

0.00238472
0.00083465
0.00463494
0.00432755
0.00432755
0.00302928
0.00302928
0.00302928
0.00083465
0.00695133
0.00695133
0.00451836
0.00451836
0.00867228
0.00563698
0.00317835
0.00059618
0.00059618

R1
MT
CT
XT
CU

390,000
35,276,802
7,324,000
716,847

XU
CX

95,500

C1
IT

604,000

JT
IU
IX
LT
LU
PT
FT

27,500

TT

CF
CG
CW
RF
RG
IH
IJ
RP
E

$281,944.61
$0.00
$1,807.63
$152,662.12
$31,694.98
$2,171.53
$0.00
$289.30
$0.00
$4,198.60
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$16.39
$0.00

$474,785.17

162,664,300
COMMERCIAL PIL (FULL)
COMMERCIAL GENERAL
COMMERCIAL GENERAL - EXCESS LAND
RESIDENTIAL PIL (FULL
RES & FARM - GENERAL
INDUSTRIAL - PIL
INDUSTRIAL - VACANT LAND - PIL
RES & FARM - PIL

TOWNSHIP

0.00432755
0.00432755
0.00302928
0.00238472
0.00238472
0.00695133
0.00451836
0.00238472

$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00

1,030,800

1,030,800

$0.00

163,695,100

$474,785.17

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History of Wastewater (Sewer) Rates

History of Wastewater (Sewer) Rates


0.00400000
0.00350000
0.00300000
0.00250000
0.00200000
0.00150000
0.00100000
0.00050000
0.00000000
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

History of Wastewater (Sewer) Levies

History of Wastewater (Sewer) Levies


$500,000.00
$450,000.00
$400,000.00
$350,000.00
$300,000.00
$250,000.00
$200,000.00
$150,000.00
$100,000.00
$50,000.00
$2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Water Rates
Annual Flat Rates

UNIT

Effective Annual Rate


January 1st, 2016

________________________________________________________________________________________

Single Unit

$540.00

Each Additional Unit

$540.00

WATER FLAT RATE COMPARISON


$700.00
$600.00
$500.00
$400.00
$300.00
$200.00
$100.00
$2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
LV FLAT RATE

CITY FLATE RATE

CITY at 1.5 times

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Metered Rates
-

Effective January 1st, 2016

DESCRIPTION
For the first 30,000 gallons per quarter
or fraction thereof
In excess of 30,000 gallons but less than 300,000 gallons or
fraction thereof
In excess of 300,000 gallons or fraction thereof

EFFECTIVE RATE
$8.72 per 1,000 gallons
$7.41 per 1,000 gallons
$6.45 per 1,000 gallons

Total Minimum Bill of $135.00 per quarter

Additional Charges
1. All water turned off or on shall have a charge of $25.00 should the request be made between 7:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. (Monday through Friday) and a charge of $100.00 should the request be made at all other
times.
2. Should any other services be requested of municipal employees between the hours of 3:00 p.m. and 7:00
a.m. (Monday through Friday) and anytime during the weekend, the employee shall be guaranteed 4
hours call-in with all costs being borne by those making the request.

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Garbage Rates
Per Household on a premise used as a dwelling:

$160.00

Per Householder on a premise used for commercial,


industrial or institutional purposes:

$160.00 plus any additional


charges imposed by the
collection contractor
including tipping fees.

History of Garbage Rates

History of Garbage Rates


$190.00
$185.00
$180.00
$175.00
$170.00
$165.00
$160.00
$155.00
$150.00
$145.00
2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

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Budget Detail
Budget Detail - Revenue
5200 ADMINISTRATION
1352000010
1352000011
1352000012
1352000013
1352000020
1352000021
1352000022
1352000023
1352000024
1352000025
1352000026
1352000340
1352000341
1352000350
1352000351
1352000355
1352000450
1352000460
1352000510
1352000520
1352000600
1352000610
1352000630
1352000700
1352000760
1352000800
1352000810
1352000815
1352000820
1352000830
1352000990

ADMIN - Residential & Farm Taxes


ADMIN - Multi-Residential Taxes
ADMIN - Commercial & Industrial Taxes
ADMIN - Pipeline Taxes
ADMIN - PIL Ontario Government
ADMIN - PIL Ontario Hydro
ADMIN - PIL Pembroke Pollu Control
ADMIN - PIL OVWMC
ADMIN - PIL Other
ADMIN - County Forest Payment in Lieu
ADMIN - Railway Right of Way
ADMIN - FEDERAL GRANT
ADMIN - Federal Grant - Gas Tax
ADMIN - Provincial Grant
ADMIN - OMPF
ADMIN - OCIF
ADMIN - AP - Discounts
ADMIN - Sales - Other
ADMIN - Tax Certificates
ADMIN - Election Deposits
ADMIN - Tax Sale Revenue
ADMIN - Donations
ADMIN - Other Revenue
ADMIN - Penalties & Interest - Taxes
ADMIN - Penalty & Interest - Other
ADMIN - Investment Income - Federal Gas
ADMIN - Investment Income - General
ADMIN - Investment Income - Funded Rec
ADMIN - Investment Income - Dev Charges
ADMIN - Loan/Debenture Funds
ADMIN - Surplus Previous Year - General
Total ADMINISTRATION

-$4,033,747.00
-$116,979.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
-$293,604.00
$0.00
-$616,600.00
-$31,518.00
-$100.00
-$500.00
-$7,000.00
$0.00
-$5,000.00
-$20,000.00
-$600,000.00
-$130,000.00
-$1,500.00
-$1,000.00
-$35,000.00
$0.00
-$2,500.00
-$887,270.00
-$49,399.00
-$6,831,717.00

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5250 RESERVES
1352500900
1352500901
1352500905
1352500906
1352500907
1352500909
1352500910
1352500912
1352500915
1352500920
1352500930
1352500931

Transfer from Working


Transfer from Fixed
Transfer from Landfill
Transfer from Fire
Transfer From Recreation
Transfer from Election
Transfer from Insurance
Transfer from Health Benefits
Transfer from Emergency Mgmt
Transfer from Dev. Charges
Transfer from Federal Gas Tax
Transfer fr. Res - Levy Stabilization
Total RESERVES

-$367,530.00
-$387,477.00
$0.00
-$291,415.00
-$22,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
-$25,000.00
$0.00
-$223,482.00
-$45,000.00
-$1,361,904.00

5400 FIRE PROTECTION


1354000530 FIRE - Fees
Total FIRE PROTECTION

-$60,000.00
-$60,000.00

1355100429 BUILDING - Septic Permits


1355100430 BUILDING - Building/Demo Permits
1355100431 BUILDING - Other Permits
Total BUILDING INSPECTION

-$6,500.00
-$25,000.00
$0.00
-$31,500.00

1355300543 LOTTERY - Licenses


Total LOTTERY LICENSE

-$80,000.00
-$80,000.00

5510 BUILDING INSPECTION

5530 LOTTERY LICENSE

5550 BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT


1355500542 BY-LAW - Hawkers & Pedlars Licences
1355500544 BY-LAW - Fines
Total BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT
5560 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
1355600630 EMERGENCY MGMT - Other Revenue
Total EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
5570 ANIMAL CONTROL
1355700353 ANIMAL - Prov Grant - Livestock Valuer
1355700354 ANIMAL - Prov Grant - Livestock/Poultry
1355700540 ANIMAL - Pet Licenses
1355700541 ANIMAL - Pound Fees
Total ANIMAL CONTROL
5800 PLANNING
1358000422 PLAN - Fees
Total PLANNING

-$600.00
-$400.00
-$1,000.00
-$10,000.00
-$10,000.00
-$600.00
-$10,000.00
-$25,000.00
-$50.00
-$35,650.00
-$12,000.00
-$12,000.00

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5900 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


1359000423 EC - Residential Development Charges
1359000424 EC - Commercial Development Charges
1359000428 EC - Lot Levies Hazley Bay
Total ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
6000 PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
1360000350 PW - Provincial Grant
1360000427 PW - 9-1-1 Sign Revenues
1360000545 PW - Aggregate Resources
1360000570 PW - Rentals
1360000575 PW - Entrance Installation
1360000640 PW - Vehicle/Equipment Sales
Total PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
6400 STREET LIGHTS
1364000030 SL - Charges
1364000903 SL - Transfer from Reserves
1364000990 SL - Previous Year Surplus
Total STREET LIGHTS
6500 WASTEWATER
1365000090 WW - Special Charges
1365000091 WW - City of Pembroke
1365000092 WW - Frontage Charges
1365000902 WW - Transfer from Reserves
1365000990 WW - Previous Year Surplus
Total WASTEWATER
6600 WATER
1366000080 WATER - Special Frontage Charges
1366000081 WATER - Commercial Meter Charges
1366000082 WATER - Flat Rate Fees
1366000750 WATER - Penalty & Interest
1366000908 WATER - Transfer from Reserves
1366000990 WATER - Previous Year Surplus
Total WATER
6700 WASTE COLLECTION
1367000040 WC - PT Waste Collection Fees
1367000041 WC - AR Waste Collection Fees
1367000042 WC - Other Fees
Total WASTE COLLECTION
6750 WASTE MANAGEMENT
1367500840 WM - Per Capita Royalty Fees
1367500850 WM - Per Tonne Royalty Fees
1367500860 WM - Recycling Inventory
1367500990 WM - Previous Year Surplus
Total WASTE MANAGEMENT

-$35,000.00
-$15,000.00
$0.00
-$50,000.00
-$3,000.00
-$600.00
-$30,000.00
-$70,000.00
$0.00
-$20,000.00
-$123,600.00
-$37,940.00
$0.00
$0.00
-$37,940.00
-$474,785.00
-$40,000.00
-$10,469.00
$0.00
-$62,299.00
-$587,553.00
$0.00
$0.00
-$452,940.00
-$8,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
-$460,940.00
-$624,640.00
-$1,520.00
$0.00
-$626,160.00
-$154,860.00
-$120,000.00
-$2,000.00
$0.00
-$276,860.00

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6800 MUNICIPAL DRAINAGE


1368000350 MD - Provincial Grant
1368000425 MD - Charges
1368000426 MD - Tile Drain Charges
Total MUNICIPAL DRAINAGE

-$370.00
-$1,000.00
-$1,700.00
-$3,070.00

7000 REC - Provincial Grant


1370000630 REC - Other Revenue
Total REC - Provincial Grant
7100 LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL
1371000352 LIBRARY - Provincial Grant
Total LIBRARY & OTHER CULTURAL
Total Revenue

-$12,800.00
-$12,800.00
-$14,568.00
-$14,568.00
$10,617,262.00

42
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2016 Revenue % Distribution

2016 - Revenues

-16.13%

Total Taxation Revenues


-39.09%

Total Ontario Grants


Total Federal Grants

-12.83%

Total Fees & Service Charges


Total Other Revenue
Reserves
User Charges
-17.95%
-4.86%

-6.37%

-2.77%
2.
2.77

43
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Budget Detail - Expenses


5000 COUNCIL
1450001110
1450001120
1450003200
1450003240
1450003240
1450003240
1450003240
1450003240
1450003240
1450003240
1450004248
5100 CORPORATE MANAGEMENT
1451002000
1451002100
1451004254
1451004269
1451006115
1451006330
1451006340
1451006500
1451008100

COUNCIL - Salaries
COUNCIL - Benefits
COUNCIL - Other Expenses
COUNCIL - Education Fees
COUNCIL - Education Fees
COUNCIL - Education Fees
COUNCIL - Education Fees
COUNCIL - Education Fees
COUNCIL - Education Fees
COUNCIL - Education Fees
COUNCIL - Roma Expenses
Total COUNCIL

$141,691.00
$4,800.00
$5,500.00
$4,823.00
$4,823.00
$4,823.00
$4,823.00
$4,823.00
$4,823.00
$5,023.00
$0.00
$185,952.00

CM - Debt Charges - Principal


CM - Debt Charges - Interest
CM - Tax Sale Costs
CM - Penny Rounding
CM - Bank Interest & Service Charges
CM - Tax Write Off
CM - Vacancy Rebate
CM - Capping Program
CM - Previous Year Deficit
Total CORPORATE MANAGEMENT

$37,984.00
$13,642.00
$5,000.00
$0.00
$2,000.00
$40,000.00
$13,000.00
$3,000.00
$0.00
$114,626.00

ADMIN - Salaries
ADMIN - Benefits
ADMIN - Banked Time
ADMIN - Office Supplies
ADMIN - Materials & Operating Supplies
ADMIN - Postage, Freight & Express
ADMIN - Hydro
ADMIN - Heat
ADMIN - Telephone
ADMIN - Mileage
ADMIN - Elections
ADMIN - Contracted Services
ADMIN - Consultants
ADMIN - Studies
ADMIN - Janitor Fees
ADMIN - Alarm Monitoring

$488,345.00
$150,000.00
$0.00
$10,000.00
$13,000.00
$18,000.00
$7,000.00
$5,000.00
$11,000.00
$2,000.00
$1,350.00
$5,500.00
$0.00
$0.00
$10,000.00
$500.00

5200 ADMINISTRATION
1452001110
1452001120
1452001190
1452003000
1452003010
1452003090
1452003100
1452003101
1452003130
1452003210
1452003230
1452004000
1452004060
1452004070
1452004100
1452004200

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1452004262
1452005102
1452005110
1452005120
1452005240
1452005241
1452005245
1452005246
1452005400
1452005800
1452005920
1452005930
1452005990
1452007200
1452007250

ADMIN - Strategic Plan


ADMIN - Legal & Audit
ADMIN - Advertising
ADMIN - LV Quarterly Brochures
ADMIN - Training Registration
ADMIN - Training Expenses
ADMIN - Convention Registration
ADMIN - Convention Expenses
ADMIN - Building Repair & Maintenance
ADMIN - Membership
ADMIN - Insurance
ADMIN - Insurance Claims Deductable
ADMIN - Contingency
ADMIN - Capital
ADMIN - Unfinanced Capital Projects
Total ADMINISTRATION

1452504270
1452504271
1452504272
1452504273
1452504278
1452504281
1452504282
1452504285
1452504286
1452504289
1452504290

Transfer to Fixed Assets


Transfer to Working Capital
Transfer to Emergency Management
Transfer to Dev. Charges
Transfer to Recreation
Transfer to Landfill
Transfer to Election
Transfer to Federal Gas Tax
Federal Gas Tax Audit Fees
Transfer to Fire
Transfer to Levy Stabilization
Total RESERVES

$0.00
$50,000.00
$9,000.00
$10,000.00
$2,500.00
$4,000.00
$4,500.00
$7,200.00
$6,400.00
$3,500.00
$33,998.00
$10,000.00
$40,000.00
$8,200.00
$0.00
$910,993.00

5250 RESERVES
$250,000.00
$250,000.00
$5,000.00
$52,500.00
$25,000.00
$30,660.00
$8,800.00
$294,604.00
$0.00
$95,000.00
$64,653.00
$1,076,217.00

5300 INFORMATION SYSTEMS


1453004000 IT - Contracted Services
1453005380 IT - Municipal Website Update
1453007200 IT - Capital
Total INFORMATION SYSTEMS

$35,000.00
$0.00
$12,700.00
$47,700.00

5400 FIRE PROTECTION


1454001110
1454001120
1454001150
1454001160
1454003000
1454003010
1454003025
1454003050
1454003100
1454003101

FIRE - Salaries
FIRE - Benefits
FIRE - Uniforms
FIRE - Life Insurance
FIRE - Office Supplies
FIRE - Materials & Operating Supplies
FIRE - Prevention Expenses
FIRE - Tools & Equipment
FIRE - Hydro
FIRE - Heat

$144,536.00
$9,000.00
$1,500.00
$5,000.00
$800.00
$8,000.00
$500.00
$10,800.00
$4,000.00
$5,000.00

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1454003110
1454003130
1454003140
1454003210
1454003250
1454004000
1454004050
1454004067
1454005100
1454005110
1454005240
1454005241
1454005245
1454005246
1454005380
1454005400
1454005520
1454005800
1454005920
1454007200

FIRE - Gas, Oil & Lubricants


FIRE - Telephone
FIRE - Licences
FIRE - Mileage
FIRE - Donations & Parade
FIRE - Contracted Services
FIRE - Communications
FIRE - Equipment Testing
FIRE - Audit & Legal
FIRE - Advertising
FIRE - Training Registration
FIRE - Training Expenses
FIRE - Convention Registration
FIRE - Convention Expenses
FIRE - Equipment Repair & Maintenance
FIRE - Building Repair & Maintenance
FIRE - Vehicle Repair & Maintenance
FIRE - Membership
FIRE - Insurance
FIRE - Capital
Total FIRE PROTECTION

$4,500.00
$3,200.00
$1,100.00
$0.00
$1,500.00
$5,500.00
$8,500.00
$2,000.00
$0.00
$500.00
$200.00
$4,000.00
$0.00
$7,200.00
$6,000.00
$2,000.00
$4,000.00
$500.00
$25,056.00
$291,415.00
$556,307.00

1455101110
1455101120
1455101190
1455103000
1455103010
1455103210
1455105240
1455105241
1455105245
1455105246
1455105800

BUILDING - Salaries
BUILDING - Benefits
BUILDING - Banked Time
BUILDING - Office Supplies
BUILDING - Materials & Operating Supply
BUILDING - Mileage
BUILDING - Training Registration
BUILDING - Training Expenses
BUILDING - Convention Registration
BUILDING - Convention Expense
BUILDING - Memberships
Total BUIILDING INSPECTION

$50,616.00
$20,000.00
$0.00
$200.00
$0.00
$5,000.00
$1,000.00
$1,000.00
$800.00
$1,400.00
$300.00
$80,316.00

5510 BUIILDING INSPECTION

5520 POLICE PROTECTION


1455203015 POLICE - Community Policing
1455204010 POLICE - OPP Costs
Total POLICE PROTECTION

$5,000.00
$1,340,638.00
$1,345,638.00

5530 LOTTERY LICENSE


1455301110 LOTTERY - Salaries
1455301120 LOTTERY - Benefits
1455303010 LOTTERY - Materials & Operating Supplies
Total LOTTERY LICENSE

$4,500.00
$800.00
$0.00
$5,300.00

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5540 WEED CONTROL


1455401110
1455401120
1455403210
1455404000

WEED CONTROL - Salaries


WEED CONTROL - Benefits
WEED CONTROL - Mileage
WEED CONTROL - Contracted Services
Total WEED CONTROL

$0.00
$0.00
$100.00
$200.00
$300.00

5550 BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT


1455501110 BY-LAW - Salaries
1455501120 BY-LAW - Benefits
1455504015 BY-LAW - Investigation Costs
Total BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT
5560 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
1455601110 EM - Salaries
1455601120 EM - Benefits
1455603010 EM - Materials & Operating Supplies
1455604000 EM - Contracted Services
1455605000 EM - Rentals
1455605240 EM - Training Registration
1455605241 EM - Training Expenses
1455607200 EM - Capital
Total EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
5570 ANIMAL CONTROL
1455701110 ANIMAL - Salaries
1455701120 ANIMAL - Benefits
1455703010 ANIMAL - Materials & Operating Supplies
1455704000 ANIMAL - Contracted Services
1455705110 ANIMAL - Advertising
1455705500 ANIMAL - Stock & Poultry Claims
Total ANIMAL CONTROL
5800 PLANNING
1458001110 PLAN - Salaries
1458001120 PLAN - Benefits
1458003000 PLAN - Office Supplies
1458003010 PLAN - Materials & Operating Supplies
1458003130 PLAN - Telephone
1458003210 PLAN - Mileage
1458004807 PLAN - Agriculture & Reforestration
1458004808 PLAN - 9-1-1 Civic Addressing
1458004817 PLAN - Zoning & Offical Plan Expenses
1458004824 PLAN - Planning Other
1458005100 PLAN - Legal Fees
1458005110 PLAN - Advertising
1458005240 PLAN - Training Registration
1458005241 PLAN - Training Expenses
1458005245 PLAN - Convention Registration

$20,000.00
$200.00
$100.00
$20,300.00
$0.00
$0.00
$800.00
$0.00
$500.00
$1,000.00
$2,000.00
$35,000.00
$39,300.00
$3,000.00
$0.00
$3,600.00
$30,000.00
$500.00
$10,000.00
$47,100.00
$150,000.00
$45,000.00
$1,000.00
$0.00
$600.00
$1,800.00
$0.00
$3,000.00
$5,000.00
$500.00
$14,000.00
$2,000.00
$1,000.00
$2,000.00
$2,000.00

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1458005246 PLAN - Convention Expenses


1458005800 PLAN - Membership
1458007200 PLAN - Capital
Total PLANNING
5900 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
1459004850 EC - Economic Development
1459004900 EC - Development Charges
Total ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
6000 PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
1460001110 PW - Salaries
1460001120 PW - Benefits
1460001190 PW - Banked Time
1460002000 PW - Debt Charges - Principal
1460002100 PW - Debt Charges - Interest
1460003000 PW - Office Supplies
1460003010 PW - Materials & Operating Supplies
1460003040 PW - Parts
1460003050 PW - Tools & Equipment
1460003100 PW - Hydro
1460003101 PW - Heat
1460003101 PW - Heat
1460003101 PW - Heat
1460003130 PW - Telephone
1460004000 PW - Contracted Services
1460004000 PW - Contracted Services
1460004050 PW - Communications
1460005241 PW - Training Expenses
1460005245 PW - Conference Registration
1460005380 PW - Equipment Maintenance
1460005400 PW - Building Repairs & Maintenance
1460005800 PW - Memberships
Total PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
6050 CAPITAL PROJECTS
1460501110 PW - Construction - Salaries
1460501120 PW - Construction - Benefits
1460503010 PW - Construction - Materials & OP Sup
1460503010 PW - Construction - Materials & OP Sup
1460504000 PW - Construction - Contracted Services
1460504000 PW - Construction - Contracted Services
1460504000 PW - Construction - Contracted Services
1460504000 PW - Construction - Contracted Services
1460504000 PW - Construction - Contracted Services
1460505000 PW - Construction - Rentals
Total CAPITAL PROJECTS

$3,300.00
$2,000.00
$0.00
$233,200.00
$33,000.00
$0.00
$33,000.00
$240,000.00
$180,000.00
$0.00
$103,967.00
$8,262.00
$500.00
$10,000.00
$1,000.00
$6,000.00
$20,000.00
$16,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$2,000.00
$5,000.00
$0.00
$11,200.00
$7,000.00
$9,000.00
$500.00
$15,000.00
$1,000.00
$636,429.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$1,728,589.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$1,728,589.00

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6110 ASPHALT - PATCH & SPRAY


1461101110 ASPHALT - Salaries
1461103010 ASPHALT - Materials & Operating Supplies
1461104000 ASPHALT - Contracted Services
Total ASPHALT - PATCH & SPRAY
6120 ASPHALT - SWEEPING
1461201110 SWEEPING - Salaries
1461203010 SWEEPING - Materials & Operating Supplie
1461204000 SWEEPING - Contracted Services
Total ASPHALT - SWEEPING
6140 SHOULDER MAINTENANCE
1461401110 SHOULDER - Salaries
1461403010 SHOULDERS - Materials & Operating Supp.
1461404000 SHOULDERS - Contracted Services
Total SHOULDER MAINTENANCE
6150 GRAVEL - GRADING & DUSTING
1461501110 GRAVEL - Salaries
1461503010 GRAVEL - Materials & Operating Supplies
1461504000 GRAVEL - Contracted Services
Total GRAVEL - GRADING & DUSTING
6160 CURB & GUTTER MAINTENANCE
1461601110 CURB & GUTTER - Salaries
1461603010 CURB & GUTTER - Materials & OP Supp.
1461604000 CURB & GUTTER - Contracted Services
Total CURB & GUTTER MAINTENANCE
6170 URBAN STORM SEWER - DITCHING
1461701110 URBAN STORM - Salaries
1461703010 URBAN STORM - Materials & Operating Supp
1461704000 URBAN STORM - Contracted Services
Total URBAN STORM SEWER - DITCHING
6180 RURAL STORM SEWER - DITCHING
1461801110 RURAL STORM - Salaries
1461803010 RURAL STORM - Materials & Op. Supplies
1461804000 RURAL STORM - Contracted Services
Total RURAL STORM SEWER - DITCHING
6210 SIGNAGE
1462101110 SIGNAGE - Salaries
1462103010 SIGNAGE - Materials & Operating Supplies
1462104000 SIGNAGE - Contracted Services
Total SIGNAGE
6220 MOW & WEED SPRAY
1462201110 M&W SPRAY - Salaries
1462203010 M&W SPRAY - Materials & OP Supplies
1462204000 M&W SPRAY - Contracted Services
Total MOW & WEED SPRAY

$30,000.00
$12,000.00
$30,000.00
$72,000.00
$6,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$6,000.00
$10,000.00
$1,000.00
$2,030.00
$13,030.00
$20,000.00
$25,000.00
$0.00
$45,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$10,000.00
$2,000.00
$35,000.00
$47,000.00
$30,000.00
$10,000.00
$40,000.00
$80,000.00
$14,000.00
$1,000.00
$18,000.00
$33,000.00
$20,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$20,000.00

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6230 TREE TRIM/REMOVAL/PLANT


1462301110 TREE TRP - Salaries
1462303010 TREE TRP - Materials & Operating Supply
1462304000 TREE TRP - Contracted Services
Total TREE TRIM/REMOVAL/PLANT
6240 DEBRIS PICK UP
1462401110 DEBRIS - Salaries
1462403010 DEBRIS - Materials & Operating Supplies
1462404000 DEBRIS - Contracted Services
Total DEBRIS PICK UP
6250 INTERSECTION LIGHTS
1462503100 INTERSECTION LIGHTS - Hydro
Total INTERSECTION LIGHTS
6320 SNOWPLOWING
1463201110 SNOWPLOW - Salaries
1463203010 SNOWPLOW - Materials & OP Supplies
1463203010 SNOWPLOW - Materials & OP Supplies
1463204000 SNOWPLOW - Contracted Services
Total SNOWPLOWING
6330 SANDING & SALTING
1463301110 SAND & SALT - Salaries
1463303010 SAND & SALT - Materials & OP Supplies
1463304000 SAND & SALT - Contracted Services
Total SANDING & SALTING
6340 CULVERT THAWING
1463401110 CULVERT THAWING - Salaries
1463403010 CULVERT THAWING - Materials & OP Supply
1463404000 CULVERT THAW - Contracted Services
Total CULVERT THAWING
6350 VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT
1463501110 VEHICLES & EQUIP - Salaries
1463503010 VEHICLES & EQUIP - Mat. & OP Supplies
1463503040 VEHICLE & EQUIP - Parts
1463503050 VEHICLES & EQUIP - Tools & Equipment
1463503110 VEHICLES & EQUIP - Gas, Oil & Lube
1463504000 VEHICLES & EQUIP - Contracted Services
1463504422 VEHICLES & EQUIP - Licences
1463505920 VEHICLES & EQUIP - Insurance
Total VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT
6360 AIRPORT COMMISSION
1463603010 Other Expenses
1463606000 Annual Grant Airport
Total AIRPORT COMMISSION

$25,000.00
$2,000.00
$0.00
$27,000.00
$14,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$14,000.00
$2,800.00
$2,800.00
$70,000.00
$5,500.00
$0.00
$0.00
$75,500.00
$25,000.00
$300,000.00
$0.00
$325,000.00
$6,000.00
$300.00
$0.00
$6,300.00
$32,000.00
$2,500.00
$6,000.00
$0.00
$80,000.00
$120,000.00
$12,000.00
$47,193.00
$299,693.00
$500.00
$20,000.00
$20,500.00

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6400 STREET LIGHTS


1464003100
1464004000
1464007200
1464007730
1464008100

SL - Hydro
SL - Contracted Services
SL - Capital
SL - Transfer to Reserves
SL - Previous Year Deficit
Total STREET LIGHTS

1465001110
1465001116
1465001120
1465002000
1465002100
1465003010
1465003100
1465003130
1465003140
1465004000
1465004030
1465004200
1465005000
1465005100
1465005240
1465005241
1465005800
1465005920
1465007200
1465007250
1465007730
1465008100

WW - Salaries
WW - Administration Transfer
WW - Benefits
WW - Debt Charges - Principal
WW - Debt Charges - Interest
WW - Material & Operating Supplies
WW - Hydro
WW - Telephone
WW - Operator Licences
WW - Contracted Serives
WW - City of Pembroke
WW - Alarm Monitoring
WW - Rentals
WW - Legal Fees
WW - Training Registration
WW - Training Expenses
WW - Memberships
WW - Insurance
WW - Capital
WW - Unfinanced Capital Projects
WW - Transfer to Reserves
WW - Previous Year Deficit
Total WASTEWATER

$22,000.00
$5,000.00
$0.00
$6,064.00
$4,876.00
$37,940.00

6500 WASTEWATER

6510 WW - NEW SERVICE CONNECTIONS


1465101110 WWNS - Labour
1465103010 WWNS - Materials & Operating Supplies
1465104000 WWNS - Contracted Services
Total WW - NEW SERVICE CONNECTIONS
6520 WW - MAINS & VALVES
1465201110 WWMV - Salaries
1465203010 WWMV - Materials & Operating Supplies
1465204000 WWMV - Contracted Services
Total WW - MAINS & VALVES

$3,000.00
$3,412.00
$500.00
$72,072.00
$29,381.00
$5,000.00
$30,000.00
$1,200.00
$3,500.00
$0.00
$220,000.00
$250.00
$20,000.00
$15,500.00
$300.00
$200.00
$0.00
$6,597.00
$3,200.00
$0.00
$143,841.00
$0.00
$557,953.00
$1,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$1,000.00
$1,500.00
$0.00
$10,000.00
$11,500.00

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6530 WW - CATCH BASINS & MANHOLES


1465301110 WWCB - Salaries
1465303010 WWCB - Materials & Operating Supplies
1465304000 WWCB - Contracted Services
Total WW - CATCH BASINS & MANHOLES
6540 WW - LIFT STATION
1465401110 WWLS - Salaries
1465403010 WWLS - Materials & Operating Supplies
1465404000 WWLS - Contracted Services
Total WW - LIFT STATION
6550 WW - PUMP STATION
1465501110 WWPS - Salaries
1465503010 WWPS - Materials & Operating Supplies
1465504000 WWPS - Contracted Services
Total WW - PUMP STATION
6560 WW - LOCATES
1465601110 WWLOC - Salaries
1465603010 WWLOC - Materials & Operating Supplies
Total WW - LOCATES
6600 WATER - ADMINISTRATION
1466001110 WATER - Salaries
1466001116 WATER - Administration Transfer
1466001120 WATER - Benefits
1466002000 WATER - Debt Charges - Principal
1466003000 WATER - Office Supplies
1466003010 WATER - Materials & Operating Supplies
1466003090 WATER - Postage and Courier
1466003130 WATER - Telephone
1466003140 WATER - Operator Licences
1466004000 WATER - Contracted Services
1466004030 WATER - City of Pembroke
1466004360 WATER - Other Services
1466005102 WATER - Audit Fees
1466005240 WATER - Training Registration
1466005241 WATER - Training Expenses
1466005245 WATER - Conference Registration
1466005246 WATER - Conference Expenses
1466005800 WATER - Memberships
1466005920 WATER - Insurance
1466007200 WATER - Capital Projects
1466007730 WATER - Transfer to Reserves
1466008100 WATER - Previous Year Deficit
Total WATER - ADMINISTRATION

$1,000.00
$0.00
$5,000.00
$6,000.00
$2,000.00
$0.00
$1,500.00
$3,500.00
$2,500.00
$0.00
$600.00
$3,100.00
$4,500.00
$0.00
$4,500.00
$10,000.00
$8,018.00
$3,300.00
$44,444.00
$1,000.00
$2,000.00
$1,000.00
$300.00
$375.00
$5,000.00
$240,000.00
$100.00
$7,000.00
$7,000.00
$3,500.00
$0.00
$1,000.00
$600.00
$5,873.00
$0.00
$15,486.00
$27,294.00
$383,290.00

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6610 WATER - NEW SERVICE CONNECTIONS


1466101110 WNS - Labour
1466104000 WNS - Contracted Services
Total WATER - NEW SERVICE CONNECTIONS
6620 WATER - HYDRANTS
1466201110 WH - Labour
1466203010 WH - Materials & Operating Supplies
1466204000 WH - Contracted Services
Total WATER - HYDRANTS
6630 WATER - MAINS & VALVES
1466301110 WMV - Labour
1466303010 WMV - Materials & Operating Supplies
1466304000 WMV - Contracted Services
Total WATER - MAINS & VALVES
6640 WATER - WATER METERS
1466401110 WMET - Labour
1466403010 WMET - Materials & Operating Supplies
1466404000 WMET - Contracted Services
Total WATER - WATER METERS
6650 WATER - WATER TESTING
1466501110 WTEST - Labour
1466503010 WTEST - Materials & Operating Supplies
1466503090 WTEST - Postage & Courier
1466503210 WTEST - Mileage
1466504000 WTEST - Contracted Services
Total WATER - WATER TESTING
6670 WATER - LOCATES
1466701110 WLOC - Labour
1466703010 WLOC - Materials & Operating Supplies
1466704000 WLOC - Contracted Services
Total WATER - LOCATES
6700 WASTE COLLECTION
1467003600 WC - Tipping Fees
1467004000 WC - Collection Contract
1467004060 WC - Consultants
1467005110 WC - Advertising
Total WASTE COLLECTION

$200.00
$850.00
$1,050.00
$5,400.00
$800.00
$0.00
$6,200.00
$15,000.00
$3,300.00
$12,000.00
$30,300.00
$2,200.00
$0.00
$8,000.00
$10,200.00
$15,500.00
$200.00
$3,200.00
$1,000.00
$5,000.00
$24,900.00
$5,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$5,000.00
$188,000.00
$400,000.00
$0.00
$7,500.00
$595,500.00

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6750 WASTE MANAGEMENT


1467501110
1467501120
1467502000
1467502100
1467503500
1467504070
1467504300

WM - Salaries
WM - Benefits
WM - Debt Charges - Principal
WM - Debt Charges - Interest
WM - Recycling Containers
WM - Studies
WM - OVWMB Contribution
Total WASTE MANAGEMENT

$0.00
$0.00
$111,800.00
$52,540.00
$12,500.00
$0.00
$0.00
$176,840.00

1468001110
1468001120
1468002000
1468003010
1468003210
1468004400
1468005245

MD - Salaries
MD - Benefits
MD - Tile Drain Debentures
MD - Materials & Operating Supplies
MD - Mileage
MD - Contracted Services
MD - Convention Registration
Total MUNICIPAL DRAINAGE

$650.00
$150.00
$1,698.00
$100.00
$0.00
$2,000.00
$250.00
$4,848.00

1470001110
1470001120
1470003000
1470003700
1470005400
1470006100
1470006110
1470006160
1470007200

REC - Salaries
REC - Benefits
REC - Materials & Operating Supplies
REC - Volunteer Service Awards
REC - Maintenance
REC - Joint Recreation Agreement
REC - Cobden Arena
REC - Micksburg Athletic Assoc
REC - Capital
Total LV RECREATION

$17,000.00
$3,000.00
$10,000.00
$1,500.00
$5,000.00
$225,042.00
$1,020.00
$5,700.00
$22,500.00
$290,762.00

6800 MUNICIPAL DRAINAGE

7000 LV RECREATION

7010 FOREST LEA PARK


1470105400 FL - Maintenance
1470106000 FL - Grant
1470107200 FL - Capital
Total FOREST LEA PARK

$500.00
$5,000.00
$9,213.00
$14,713.00

1470204130
1470204131
1470205400
1470205920
1470206000
1470207200

$0.00
$100.00
$2,000.00
$6,615.00
$14,000.00
$3,000.00
$25,715.00

7020 SHADY NOOK


SN - Well Water Testing
SN - Well Water Transportation Costs
SN - Maintenance
SN - Insurance
SN - Grant
SN - Capital
Total SHADY NOOK

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7030 STAFFORD PARK


1470301110
1470301120
1470305400
1470305920
1470306000
1470307200

SP - Salaries
SP - Benefits
SP - Maintenance
SP - Insurancce
SP - Grant
SP - Capital
Total STAFFORD PARK

$0.00
$0.00
$500.00
$6,514.00
$13,500.00
$0.00
$20,514.00

1470401110
1470401120
1470404330
1470405400
1470405920
1470406000
1470407200

AF - Salaries
AF - Benefits
AF - Well Water Testing
AF - Maintenance
AF - Insurance
AF - Grant
AF - Capital
Total ALICE & FRASER

$0.00
$0.00
$100.00
$500.00
$9,775.00
$33,635.00
$7,500.00
$51,510.00

1470501110
1470501120
1470505400
1470506000
1470507200

PV - Salaries
PV - Benefits
PV - Maintenance
PV - Grant
PV - Capital
Total PLEASANT VIEW PARK

7040 ALICE & FRASER

7050 PLEASANT VIEW PARK

7060 GEORGE MATHESON PARK


1470604118 GM - Grass Cutting
1470605400 GM - Maintenance
Total GEORGE MATHESON PARK
7100 LIBRARY AND OTHER CULTURAL
1471006120 LC - Provincial Library Grant
1471006130 LC - Pembroke Public Library Agreement
1471006140 LC - Other Cultural Expenses
1471006150 LC - Festival Hall Agreement
Total LIBRARY AND OTHER CULTURAL

$0.00
$0.00
$500.00
$4,000.00
$0.00
$4,500.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$14,568.00
$149,750.00
$300.00
$10,159.00
$174,777.00

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7200 LV GRANTS TO OTHERS


1472006200
1472006210
1472006215
1472006220
1472006225
1472006230
1472006235
1472006240
1472006245
1472006250
1472006255
1472006256
1472006260

LVG - General Grants to Others


LVG - Champlain Trail Museum
LVG - Pembroke Handi-Bus
LVG - North Renfrew Ag. Society
LVG - Renfrew Plowman's Association
LVG - St. John's Ambulance
LVG - Salvation Army
LVG - Cobden Agricultural Society
LVG - Renfrew County Science Fair
LVG - Crossroads Community Club
LVG - Community Living UOV
LVG - Student Bursary
LVG - Renfrew County Senior Games
Total LV GRANTS TO OTHERS
Total Expenditures

$6,000.00
$500.00
$12,500.00
$155.00
$150.00
$1,125.00
$210.00
$105.00
$200.00
$500.00
$115.00
$1,200.00
$300.00
$23,060.00
$10,617,262.00

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2016 Expense % Distribution

2016 Expenditures

9.85%

11.86%

2.51%
General Government

5.70%

Protective Services
19.73%

Transportation Services
Environmental Services

17.44%

Recreation and Cultural Services


Planning and Development
Reserves
32.91%

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Budget Detail - Capital

CAPITAL PROJECTS

2016 BUDGET

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:
Municipal Office
Eavstrough at Front Door
Emergency Generator - Shady Nook - NEW
2 new Furnace for Municipal Office
Information Technology
48 Point Switch
8 GB Backup (onsite)
Sonic Wall Router
SQL 2014

$1,500.00
$35,000.00
$6,700.00

TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

$1,500.00
$1,600.00
$3,500.00
$6,100.00
$55,900.00

PROTECTION SERVICES:
Fire
2012 Chev G35 Van - Paint and Maintenance
2015 - Pumper Truck - includes 10,000 for extras
TOTAL PROTECTION SERVICES:

$7,415.00
$284,000.00
$291,415.00

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES:
Roads - Paved
Sawmill Rd - Tar & Chip - Stafford 3rd to Hwy 17
Roy St - Bruham to Jean Ave. - 30%
Achray Rd - 50% with Petawawa - Design - 300 m fr Biggs Rd easterly 1.2 km
OPTION - Russham with work from staff
Roads - Unpaved
Dabers and Woito Station Rd - WS shared with North Algona Wilberforce
Roads - Bridges and Culverts
Culvert Supply Replacement (driveways)

$255,000.00
$457,032.00
$45,550.00
$432,477.00
$30,000.00
$10,000.00

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Roads - Traffic Operations and Roadside


2015 - Trackless Machine
$130,360.00
2015 - Fleet GPS & Patrol System - REMOVED
$0.00
2016 - Snowplow truck - set aside $75,000 in 2015
$237,170.00
2015 - Radar Board (1/2 in 2015 and 1/2 in 2016)
$6,000.00
Packers (2)
$10,000.00
Locator
$5,000.00
New Garage - Furniture and Storage
$30,000.00
Roy Street - Design
$80,000.00
TOTAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES: $1,728,589.00
ENVIORNMENTAL SERVICES:
Storm sewer system
Roy St - Bruham to Jean Ave. - 20%

$304,688.00
TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES:

$304,688.00

RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES:


Parks
2015 - Flag Poles (2 per recreation centre)
2015 - Shady Nook Drainage Improvements
2015 - Forest Lea Park - Pavement on Multi-sports surface
Garbage Cans and Recycling Stations - 5 parks
Rebuild Restroom Building - Alice & Fraser
TOTAL RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES:
SUBTOTAL GENERAL

$15,000.00
$3,000.00
$9,213.00
$7,500.00
$7,500.00
$42,213.00
$2,422,805.00

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SEWER AND WATER


Sanitary sewer system
Roy St - Wastewater - Bruham Ave to Jean Ave - 20%

$304,688.00

Waterworks system
Roy St - Water - Bruham Ave to Jean Ave - 30%

$457,032.00
TOTAL SEWER AND WATER:

TOTAL CAPITAL WITH WATER AND SEWER:

$761,720.00
$3,184,525.00

2016 Capital % Distribution

Capital % Distribution

1.33%
1.76%
1.
76%
%
9.15%
23.92%

General Government
Protective Services
Transportation Services
Environmental Services
Recreation and Cultural Services
Planning and Development

63.85%

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