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Draft financial plan for the City of Brandon. To be presented March 18, 2013.

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THE CITY OF BRANDON

2013 DRAFT FINANCIAL PLAN

THE FINANCIAL PLANMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013 NOT ATTACHED Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 General Operating Fund - Budgeted Revenue and Expenditure General Operating Fund - Budgeted Revenue General Operating Fund - Budgeted Expenditure General Operating Fund - Budgeted Expenditure General Operating Fund - Budgeted Expenditure Water and Wastewater Utility Operating Fund - Budgeted Revenue and Expenditure Local Urban District - Budgeted Revenue and Expenditure Calculation of Tax Levies Sundry Revenue and Expenditure Analyses APPLICABLE

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Page 10 Rural Area and General Municipal Requirements Page 11 General Operating Fund - Debenture Debt Charges Page 12 Utility Operating Fund - Debenture Debt Charges Page 13 Capital Budget (Current Year) Page 14 Capital Expenditure Program (Subsequent Five Years)

DRAFT - Prepared for PUBLIC HEARING March 18, 2013

GENERAL OPERATING FUND BUDGETED REVENUE AND EXPENDITUREMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

REVENUELast Year Budgeted Tax Levy - Page 8 Grants in Lieu of Taxes - Page 8 Sub-total Requisitions (deduct) - Page 8 Net Municipal Taxes and Grants in Lieu of Taxes Other Revenue - Page 2 Transfers from Accumulated Surplus and Reserves - Page 2 Total Revenue 68,345,707 5,218,541 73,564,248 36,618,358 36,945,890 33,894,198 2,295,680 73,135,768 Last Year Actual 68,345,707 5,218,541 73,564,248 36,618,358 36,945,890 40,521,713 2,496,253 79,963,856 This Year Budgeted 73,067,924 5,464,129 78,532,053 40,358,434 38,173,619 36,128,564 1,980,000 76,282,183 Next Year Budgeted 77,265,620 5,778,043 83,043,663 41,165,603 41,878,060 34,143,720 1,985,000 78,006,780

EXPENDITURE

General Government Services Protective Services Transportation Services Environmental Health Services Public Health and Welfare Services Environmental Development Services Economic Development Services Recreation and Cultural Services Fiscal Services Transfers - Deferred Surplus - Page 9 - Reserves - Page 5 Total Basic Expenditure Allowance for Tax Assets - Page 8 Total Expenditure Net Operating Surplus (Deficit)

10,039,795 24,631,061 12,241,591 4,361,445 702,634 2,083,168 512,886 7,870,936 3,155,283

9,750,735 23,539,941 12,756,361 4,241,274 646,686 1,958,593 446,540 7,905,292 4,381,406

8,247,898 26,449,721 12,963,274 4,139,433 712,230 2,009,793 418,453 7,525,966 3,567,452

8,563,919 28,227,630 12,390,473 4,513,752 731,775 2,141,960 407,906 7,627,886 3,587,348

7,531,306 73,130,105 5,663 73,135,768

14,331,563 79,958,391 5,464 79,963,855

10,242,677 76,276,896 5,286 76,282,183

9,814,131 78,006,780

78,006,780

Departmental Use Only Adoption by Resolution of Council (Head of Council)

(City Manager)

Page 1

GENERAL OPERATING FUND BUDGETED REVENUE AND TRANSFERSMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

REVENUELast Year Other Revenue Taxes Added Licenses - Animal - Bicycle - Business - Other Mobile Homes 236,200 1,006,656 247,551 1,003,987 252,470 1,012,085 252,470 1,019,675 Budgeted 900,000 15,000 Last Year Actual 902,255 15,200 This Year Budgeted 800,000 15,900 Next Year Budgeted 800,000 15,900

Permits

- Building - Other Crossings & Driveways

1,009,915 26,000 466,000

1,450,806 32,450 482,395 78,748 4,254,820 1,830,750 2,383,380 275,161

1,183,882 36,000 488,500 120,515 4,132,165 1,925,200 2,668,149 275,000

1,290,078 30,500 506,500 70,815 4,173,543 1,987,583 2,758,449 291,000

Fines Sales of Service - General Government - Protective - Transportation - Environmental Health - Public Health and Welfare - Environmental Development - Economic Development - Recreation and Culture - Other - Sundry Sales of Goods Rentals Trailer Park - Rentals - Other Concessions and Franchises Returns from Investments Tax and Redemption Penalties Development and Dedication Fees Video Lottery Terminal Transfers Provincial Municipal Tax Sharing (Pop. _____46,061______ ) Conditional Transfers - Federal Government (Page 9) - Provincial Government - Local Government - Other Other Income Miscellaneous Land Sales Organizations/Foundations

75,135 4,102,479 1,696,853 2,688,020 249,982

1,481,305

1,296,891

1,656,950

1,691,778

826,800 474,785

823,636 478,511

1,052,954 486,261

1,060,110 489,760

165,300 45,000 385,000 585,000 7,044,840 2,690,617 7,559,779 41,532 22,000 100,000

154,223 65,141 321,004 689,910 7,329,023 2,660,317 13,363,000 38,181 35,683 308,690

182,500 65,000 385,000 368,000 600,000 7,402,313 2,711,132 8,044,356 96,032 18,200 150,000

181,700 65,000 385,000 600,000 7,476,336 2,656,132 6,151,391 73,000 17,000 100,000

Total Other Revenue - Page 1

33,894,198

40,521,713

36,128,564

34,143,720

Transfers From - Accumulated Surplus - Reserves Total Transfers - Page 1 - Page 13 2,295,680 2,295,680 2,496,253 2,496,253 1,980,000 1,980,000 1,985,000 1,985,000

TOTAL OTHER REVENUE AND TRANSFERS - PAGE 8

36,189,878

43,017,966

38,108,564

36,128,720

Page 2

BUDGETED EXPENDITUREMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

Last Year Budgeted

Last Year Actual

This Year Budgeted

Next Year Budgeted

1100 1200 1212 1215 1216 1217 1218 1240 1300 1310 1320 1330 1340 1350 1360

Legislative General Administrative Chief Administrative Officer and Staff Office Legal Audit Assessment Taxation Other General Government Elections Conventions Damage Claims and Liability Insurance Intergovernmental Relations Grants Other General Government - Sundry Past-Service Pension Payments

442,524 400,361 5,627,697 34,600 712,970

397,041 388,290 5,519,744 38,519 717,555

429,091 411,845 5,778,350 36,205 739,051

458,334 426,636 5,868,033 37,008 761,223

400 22,174 11,122 2,426,697 286,250 75,000 10,039,795

201 16,810 11,282 2,416,521 244,775

200 46,472 14,115 433,066 284,503 75,000

140,000 47,259 14,418 449,533 286,475 75,000 8,563,919

UnallocatedUnallocated Employee Benefits Employee Benefits SUB-TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES 1991 1992 Recoveries (deduct) - Utility - Capital TOTAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES - TO PAGE 1

9,750,735

8,247,898

10,039,795

9,750,735

8,247,898

8,563,919

2100 2400 2500 2510 2520 2540 2550 2600 2621 2622 2623 2626 2630 2640 2650

Police Fire Emergency Measures Safety Flood Control Ambulance Services Other - E911 and Police Dispatch Other Protection Building Inspection Electrical Inspection Plumbing Inspection Other Safety Inspections License Inspection Animal and Pest Control Other - Traffic Services

13,534,040 4,563,261 169,843 3,360,715 2,215,916 748,208

12,992,774 4,393,881 154,581 3,358,140 1,916,902 699,303

14,490,873 5,120,700 223,712 3,338,367 2,260,088 978,304

15,271,062 5,666,932 223,478 3,492,085 2,513,107 1,014,198

39,078

24,359

37,677

46,768

TOTAL PROTECTIVE SERVICES - TO PAGE 1

24,631,061

23,539,941

26,449,721

28,227,630

Road Transport Administration 32110 32200 Road Commissioners' Fees and Mileage 1,127,638 1,115,951 1,648,150 1,940,227 1,355,489 1,074,099 1,393,627 919,222 Engineering Roads and Streets Unallocated Costs 32301 32302 32303 32304 32305 - Equipment Rental Recovery 32312 Street Maintenance & Resurfacing- Equipment Operators' Wages and Benefits - Equipment Fuel - Equipment Repairs and Maintenance - Equipment Insurance and Registration - Workshop and Yard Operations - Equipment Rental Recovery

Public Works Public Administration Works Administration

362,338 (25,000) (2,576,088) 2,477,960 2,482,799

568,725 (49,493) (2,356,948) 2,769,047 4,519,708

131,499 (25,000) (2,497,471) 2,804,082 2,842,698

186,000 (75,000) (2,957,869) 2,464,568 1,930,548 Page 3

- Special Projects / Surface Work - Street Maintenance & Resurfacing

Transportation Services Sub-Total Forward to Page 4

BUDGETED EXPENDITUREMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

Last Year Budgeted Transportation Services Sub-Total Forward from Page 3 32321 32322 32323 Road Re-Construction 32330 32340 32350 32360 32371 32372 32373 1055 32400 32500 32600 32700 32900 Bridges Street Lighting Traffic Services Parking Other Road Transport 539,618 4,136,819 12,241,591 Road Re-Construction - Labour - Materials - Rentals - Total 1,110,000 1,098,925 248,024 91,936 346,718 - Materials - Rentals - Total 885,589 1,200 890,280 283,790 125,893 2,482,799

Last Year Actual 4,519,708

This Year Budgeted 2,842,698

Next Year Budgeted 1,930,548

494,338 634,350 218,202 57,295 279,685

1,070,000 1,350,966 219,604 79,635 307,963

1,100,000 1,277,737 223,516 81,640 338,464

Sidewalks and Boulevards Ditches and Road Drainage Storm Sewers Street Cleaning Snow and Ice Removal - Labour

717,832 141 839,234 237,110 97,196 470,715 4,190,555 12,756,361

903,176 200 847,099 318,915 112,633 516,379 4,394,007 12,963,274

1,030,425 200 872,172 323,026 114,118 547,319 4,551,308 12,390,473

Transportation Services Other - Brandon Transportation Airport Services - Brandon Airport - Brandon Transit - Brandon Transit

TOTAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - TO PAGE 1

Garbage and Waste Collection 4320 4330 4480 4490 Garbage Collection Nuisance Grounds Other Environmental Health Municipal Wells Public Rest Rooms Environmental Initiatives 161,926 4,361,445 165,059 4,241,274 200,310 4,139,433 208,364 4,513,752 1,213,381 2,986,138 1,136,020 2,940,196 1,290,953 2,648,170 1,554,575 2,750,813

Environmental Initiatives Other

TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES - TO PAGE 1 Public Health 5110 5160 5186 5220 Health Unit Cemeteries Other Medical Care Medical Officer Other Hospital Care 5370 Hospital Care Other Social Welfare 5410 5420 5430 Administration Social Welfare Assistance Social Welfare Services Other - Work Projects TOTAL PUBLIC HEALTH & WELFARE SERV - TO PAGE 1

435,602

379,654

445,198

464,743

267,032

267,032

267,032

267,032

702,634

646,686

712,230

731,775

6100 6220 6230 6240 6241

Planning and Zoning Community Development General Land Assembly Urban Renewal Beautification and Land Rehabilitation Urban Area Weed Control

828,526

705,967

934,997

1,047,075

623,894 352,727 278,021

679,558 304,338 268,729

344,725 294,517 435,554

348,563 304,625 441,697

Other Property Administration Other Property Administration

TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT SERV - TO PAGE 1

2,083,168

1,958,593

2,009,793

2,141,960

Page 4

BUDGETED EXPENDITUREMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

Last Year Budgeted

Last Year Actual

This Year Budgeted

Next Year Budgeted

7100 7120 7121 7122 7123 7124 7125 7130

Natural Resources Agriculture Destruction of Pests Protective Inspections Rural Area Weed Control Drainage of Land Veterinary Services Water Resources and Conservation

7200 7300 7400 7410 7420

Regional Development Industrial Development Other Economic Development Tourism Public Receptions 512,886 436,540 10,000 403,453 15,000 407,906

TOTAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SERVICES - TO PAGE 1

512,886

446,540

418,453

407,906

8110 8120 8130 8140 8150 8180 8190

Recreation Community Centers and Halls Swimming Pools and Beaches Golf Courses Skating Rinks and Arenas Parks and Playgrounds Other Recreational Facilities

899,306 48,635 172,954 676,700 61,833 2,067,953 183,386 1,676,409 609,259 116,119 677,122 106,000 374,006 201,254 7,870,936

1,116,018 48,635 159,739 828,045 75,941 1,808,648 197,370 1,675,816 564,147 117,201 632,417 106,055 374,006 201,254 7,905,292

888,306 48,635 201,663 552,073 68,282 1,789,556 193,245 1,677,077 567,930 121,270 709,027 106,000 397,622 205,279 7,525,966

890,200 48,635 215,573 583,326 73,630 1,870,669 141,558 1,780,916 571,788 31,375 686,613 106,000 418,218 209,385 7,627,886

Canada Games Sportsplex Canada Games Sportsplex Keystone Centre Keystone Centre 8240 8250 8280 Museums Libraries Other Cultural Facilities

Centennial Auditorium Centennial Auditorium Riverbank Inc.Riverbank Inc. Art Gallery Art Gallery TOTAL RECREATIONAL & CULTURAL SERVICES - TO PAGE 1

9111 9112 9113 9114 9320 9330 9410 9420 9430 9440

L.U.D. of _______________________ - Page 7 L.U.D. of _______________________ - Page 7 L.U.D. of _______________________ - Page 7 L.U.D. of _______________________ - Page 7 Transfer to Capital - Page 13 Transfer to Utility - Page 6 Debenture Debt Charges - Page 11 Other Long-term Debt Charges - Page 11 Tax Discount and Short-term Loan Interest Other Debt Charges Other Fiscal Services 152,030 134,101 149,621 149,269 589,000 627,516 1,786,737 1,833,055 627,516 1,786,734 302,000 54,636 3,061,195 277,000 54,636 3,106,443

TOTAL FISCAL SERVICES - TO PAGE 1

3,155,283

4,381,406

3,567,452

3,587,348

9900 9910 9913

General Reserve Specific Reserves: Schedule 1 - Other 7,531,306 14,331,563 10,242,677 9,814,131

TOTAL TRANSFERS - TO PAGE 1

7,531,306

14,331,563

10,242,677

9,814,131 Page 5

UTILITY OPERATING FUND BUDGETED REVENUE AND EXPENDITUREMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

REVENUELast Year Budgeted 300 WATER CONSUMER SALES - Residential - Commercial and Bulk - Industrial - Federal and Provincial - Municipal and Schools 310 SEWER SERVICE CHARGES - Residential - Commercial - Other 320 Discounts, Refunds and Cancellations Net Consumer Revenue - Sub Total 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 396 397 Penalties Hydrant Rentals Installation Service Connection Revenue - Net Provincial Grants Other Revenue Transfer from Revenue Fund - Page 5 Transfer from Reserves - Utility - Page 13 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus 17,692,080 21,537,731 18,408,648 18,514,416 2,629,230 627,516 270,000 4,063,955 2,394,251 627,516 2,060,742 54,636 270,000 2,099,318 54,636 140,000 13,807,148 60,000 298,186 14,111,363 87,047 253,600 15,658,270 90,000 275,000 15,855,462 90,000 275,000 12,000 4,669 12,000 12,000 3,853,782 3,931,218 4,341,448 4,471,691 9,941,366 Last Year Actual 10,175,476 This Year Budgeted 11,304,822 Next Year Budgeted 11,371,771

EXPENDITURE410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 WATER SUPPLY Administration Customer Billings and Collections Purification and Treatment Water Purchases Service of Supply Transmissions and Distribution Other Water Supply Costs Connections - Net Loss TOTAL 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 SEWAGE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL Administration Sewage Collection System Sewage Lift Station Sewage Treatment and Disposal Other Sewage Collection and Disposal Costs Connections - Net Loss TOTAL 430 440 441 442 TRANSFER TO CAPITAL - Page 13 TRANSFERS TO RESERVES Water Utility B/L ___6382___ B/L ___6732___ 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 1,365,852 2,289,131 4,971,841 7,260,972 1,365,852 2,000,000 469,203 2,000,000 1,390,000 700,000 2,090,000 469,137 Maintenance of Mains 40,000 5,507,348 800,000 26,233 4,615,578 241,042 40,000 6,191,758 500,000 60,000 6,483,169 450,000 680,962 82,170 4,704,216 604,228 126,845 3,858,272 687,757 102,378 5,361,623 653,731 107,524 5,661,914 Maintenance of Mains 400,000 8,518,880 264,013 8,054,287 360,000 9,247,687 360,000 9,022,110 596,825 1,451,067 513,704 1,095,773 984,680 1,243,140 885,470 1,229,738 850,258 1,202,396 4,018,334 1,246,791 995,767 3,938,239 870,376 1,223,950 4,565,541 895,243 1,254,291 4,397,368

Wastewater Utility Wastewater Utility TOTAL

Industrial Wastewater Facility B/L ___6623___

ENTURE DEBT CHARGES DEBENTURE - Page 12 DEBT CHARGES - Page 12 OTHER LONG-TERM DEBT CHARGES - Page 12 Deferred Surplus re Deficit, 20____ - Page 9 TOTAL

17,692,080

21,537,732

18,408,648

18,514,416

Page 6

Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013 Assessments Otherwise Requisition Taxes: Foundation - Residential Foundation - Other Special Special - mobile homes Special Special Hospital District Hospital District Total Requisition Local Urban Districts L.U.D. L.U.D. L.U.D. L.U.D. Debenture Debt Charges: Local Improvements 1,862,527,610 224,532,510 114,110,140 2,201,170,260 2,001,553 1,734 2,003,287 FRT 0.866 General 1,863,784,920 123,400,120 1,987,185,040 1,114,278 532 1,114,810 0.561 97,074 1,807,394 1,045,583 98,819 69,227 97,074 1,906,213 1,114,810 40,358,434 Page 1 40,358,434 36,774,975 3,095,859 487,600 40,358,434 Taxable 1,295,930,530 523,843,980 1,822,627,700 29,222,100 Exempt Grants 28,381,010 90,314,790 119,794,820 1,324,311,540 614,158,770 1,971,644,620 7,459,572 32,898,862 7,459,572 32,898,862 12.146 16.686 6,362,609 30,412,366 1,096,963 1,998,896 487,600 7,459,572 32,898,862 Basic Expenditures Allowance Tax Assets M/R Frt Tax Levy Grants in Lieu of Taxes Revenues Other Revenues and Transfers

Special Services Levies: Local Government Deferred Surplus General Utility Reserve Funds General Schedule 1 1,863,784,920 123,400,120 1,987,185,040 10,242,677 1,284 10,243,961 2.565 4,780,608 316,521 5,146,832 10,243,961 1,863,784,920 123,400,120 1,987,185,040 739,051 182 739,233 0.372 693,328 45,905 739,233

General Municipal: At Large Business Tax, Cable Other Revenue and Transfers Budgeted Deficit Total Municipal Totals 76,276,896 116,635,330 Page 1 5,286 5,286 76,282,183 116,640,617 36,292,949 73,067,924 Page 1 2,368,270 5,464,129 Page 1, 9 37,620,964 38,108,564 Page 2 76,282,183 116,640,617 1,863,784,920 11,161,300 123,400,120 1,987,185,040 11,161,300 62,179,337 1,554 62,180,892 14.893 1% 27,757,349 111,613 32,474,132 1,837,798 29,595,147 111,613 32,474,132

Page 8

Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013 Part 1 - Grants In Lieu of Taxes Assessment Government or Agency Federal - Residential Federal - Farm Federal Canadian Pacific Rail Canada Post Provincial - Court Services Provincial - Land Titles Office Provincial - Gov't Services Provincial - Gov't Services Provincial - Highways - Farm Provincial - Highways Provincial - BCI Brandon University ACC ACC Fire College Manitoba Health Manitoba Health MPI Manitoba Housing Manitoba Housing Manitoba Housing Manitoba Hydro Manitoba Hydro - Farm Manitoba Hydro Manitoba Hydro Subtotal Total-Pages 1,8 Part 2 - Conditional Transfers and Grants Government or Agency Federal Government Federal Government Federal Government Federal Government Federal Government Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Province of Manitoba Purpose Fuel Tax Rebate Program Transit - Fuel Tax Rebate Program Young Canada Works in Heritage Canada Summer Jobs Western Economic Diversification Ambulance Diseased Trees Fire General Government Support - Payroll Tax Grant in Aid Intersection Improvements Heritage Police Product Stewardship Transit - Capital and Operations Waste Reduction Fund Rebate Youth Programs Criminal Property Forfeiture Act Recovery Amount 2,265,632 385,200 3,300 2,000 55,000 994,759 23,031 332,300 795,596 80,000 2,000,000 2,500 1,243,000 535,466 1,676,304 300,000 31,400 30,000 29,480,030 1,270 16,273,740 51,040 94,059,210 24,668,990 481,080 33,480 9,429,100 3,590,600 22,646,790 54,600 3,526,650 106,600 3,605,300 1,873,700 51,300 2,407,580 6,092,650 242,220 7,035,230 Farm / Residential 121,420 804,230 10,815,900 5,583,800 685,620 3,032,710 323,640 Other Mill Rate 35.943 35.943 48.089 48.089 48.089 48.089 48.089 35.943 48.089 35.943 48.089 48.089 35.943 48.089 0.866 48.089 48.089 19.257 48.089 35.943 48.089 0.866 47.223 35.943 48.089 0.866 Amount 4,364.20 28,906.44 520,125.82 268,519.36 32,970.78 145,839.99 15,563.52 8,706.11 338,317.18 1,843.88 115,778.11 292,989.45 129,056.94 1,089,061.48 47.28 169,593.07 5,126.29 69,427.26 90,104.36 886,677.51 23,134.66 28.99 445,270.39 45.65 782,587.88 44.20 5,464,130.79 5,464,130.79 Frontage Total 4,364.20 28,906.44 520,125.82 268,519.36 32,970.78 145,839.99 15,563.52 8,706.11 338,317.18 1,843.88 115,778.11 292,989.45 129,056.94 1,089,061.48 47.28 169,593.07 5,126.29 69,427.26 90,104.36 886,677.51 23,134.66 28.99 445,270.39 45.65 782,587.88 44.20 5,464,130.79 5,464,130.79

Total - Page 2 Part 3 - Transfers to Deferred Surplus - General Operating Fund Purpose Year Term Authority

10,755,488 Amount

Total - Page 1 Part 4 - Transfers to Deferred Surplus - Utility Operating Fund Purpose Year Term Authority Amount

Total - Page 6 Page 9

Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013 Part 1 - Debenture Debt Charges Opening Purpose By-law No. Maturity Balance Principal Closing Balance Interest Total Payment Frontage Other Net Requirement Area to be Levied

Patricia Heights McTavish 14th Street East Construction 7038

2014 2013 2017

7,020 3,659 385,000

3,383 3,659 69,502

3,637 315,498

525 274 19,731

3,908 3,933 89,233

3,908 3,933 89,233

As Per Schedule C As Per Schedule C As Per Schedule C

Materials Recycling Facility Keystone Centre Recreation Facility Fire Hall Police Station Keystone

6837 6929 6904 6930 6919

2023 2023 2023 2029 2032

1,601,133 3,180,976 2,460,313 9,549,062 12,994,000 1,094,975

120,767 239,929 318,193 341,975 372,659 84,054

1,480,366 2,941,047 2,142,120 9,207,087 12,621,341 1,010,921

69,378 137,834 81,162 469,814 665,395 62,961

190,145 377,763 399,355 811,789 1,038,054 147,015

190,145 377,763 399,355 811,789 1,038,054 147,015

At Large At Large At Large LID LID At Large

31,276,138 Part 2 - Summary (by area) - to be carried forward - Page 8 Otherwise Exempt Area to be Levied Local Improvements General Page 11 Taxable Assessment 1,862,527,610 1,863,784,920 Assessment 224,532,510

1,554,121 Grant Assessment 114,110,140 123,400,120

29,722,017

1,507,074

3,061,195

97,074 Raised by Raised by Other Revenue

2,964,121

Assessment 2,201,170,260 1,987,185,040

Requirement 1,946,917 1,114,278

Frontage 97,074

Raised by Mill Rate 1,849,843 1,114,278

3,061,195

97,074

2,964,121

Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013 Part 1 - Debenture Debt Charges Opening Purpose By-law No. Maturity Balance Principal Closing Balance Interest Total Payment Frontage Other Net Requirement Area to be Levied

Local Improvement-STP

6427/73/96

2014

96,111

45,986

50,125

8,650

54,636

54,636

LID

Lagoon Expansion

6900

2023

3,490,891

263,304

3,227,587

151,263

414,567

414,567

3,587,002 Part 2 - Summary (by area) - to be carried forward - Page 8 Otherwise Exempt Area to be Levied Local Improvements Utility Revenue Page 12 Taxable Assessment 1,862,527,610 Assessment 224,532,510

309,290 Grant Assessment 114,110,140

3,277,712

159,913

469,203 Raised by

414,567 Raised by Other Revenue 414,567

54,636

Assessment 2,201,170,260

Requirement 54,636 414,567

Frontage

Raised by Mill Rate 54,636

469,203

414,567

54,636

CAPITAL BUDGETMunicipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013 PART 1 - CAPITAL EXPENDITURES Estimated Total Cost 302,000 500,000 16,469,500 3,740,000 10,000,000 1,094,975 3,000,000 1,800,000 Borne by General Fund 302,000 500,000 16,469,500 3,740,000 10,000,000 1,094,975 3,000,000 1,800,000 Borne by Utility Fund Borne by Reserves Borne by Borrowing

Particulars of Expenditure General - Schedule 2 Utility - Schedule 3 General Reserves - Schedule 4 Utility Reserve - Schedule 5 Central WWTF Project Contribution to Keystone Improvements 638 Princess Ave - Building Refit South East Land Drainage

36,906,475 TOTAL 302,000 Page 5 500,000 Page 6 PART 2 - GENERAL AND SPECIFIC RESERVE FUND WITHDRAWALS General Fund Transfers Reserve Name and By-Law No. General Reserves - Schedule 4 Water Distribution Reserve - Schedule 5 Wastewater Reserve - Schedule 5 IWWTF Equipment Reserve - Schedule 5 General Reserves - Schedule 6 Wastewater Reserve-Sanitary Sewer Assessment Wastewater Reserve-Sanitary Sewer Modeling 1,980,000 150,000 120,000 To Operating To Capital 16,469,500 2,140,000 1,300,000 300,000 Utility Fund Transfers To Operating To Capital Cash Resources 20,209,500 Part 2 15,894,975 Part 3

1,980,000 Page 2 16,469,500 Part 1 270,000 Page 6 3,740,000 Part 1 PART 3 - BORROWING (Subject to Municipal Board Approval) TEMPORARY FINANCING PROPOSAL Central WWTF Project (MBO No. E-10-172) Contribution to Keystone Improvements 638 Princess Ave - Building Refit South East Land Drainage Bank Loan Revenue Loan 10,000,000 1,094,975 3,000,000 1,800,000 TOTAL-Part 1 Reserve Loan REPAYMENT Amount 10,000,000 1,094,975 3,000,000 1,800,000 15,894,975 Term 20 years 10 years 15 years 15 years

Departmental Use Only

Adopted by Resolution of Council

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Date

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CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (Mark Priority 1, 2, 3, etc.) 2014 PAGE 14A PAGE 14B PAGE 14C 3,115,350 12,126,100 3,180,579 2015 2,188,100 33,439,000 11,690,000 2016 1,846,500 9,791,125 8,540,000 2017 4,634,000 15,516,000 12,016,400 2018 2,195,000 9,516,000 12,930,000 TOTAL 13,978,950 80,388,225 48,356,979 Operating 42,000 4,137,000 4,460,000

SOURCE OF FUNDS Reserves 13,936,950 56,098,225 16,236,400 10,500,000 27,660,579 9,653,000 Debenture Sales Other

18,422,029 SOURCE OF FUNDS - ANNUAL OPERATING RESERVES DEBENTURE SALES OTHER 1,462,000 10,191,950 6,660,579 107,500 18,422,029 Departmental Use Only

47,317,100 2,050,000 26,158,600 11,500,000 7,608,500 47,317,100

20,177,625 1,140,000 10,735,625 6,500,000 1,802,000 20,177,625 Adopted by Resolution of Council

32,166,400 2,232,000 24,849,400 5,000,000 85,000 32,166,400

24,641,000 1,755,000 14,336,000 8,500,000 50,000 24,641,000

142,724,154 TOTAL 8,639,000 86,271,575 38,160,579 9,653,000 142,724,154

8,639,000

86,271,575

38,160,579

9,653,000

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Date

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FIVE YEAR CAPITAL EXPENDITURE PROGRAM

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (Mark Priority 1, 2, 3, etc.) 2014 GENERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES Clerk/Council Furniture and Equip City Hall Civic Services Complex Library Arts Building Office equipment and computer upgrades PROTECTIVE SERVICES Emergency Communications Emergency Preparedness Fire Equipment Fire Building Improvements Fire Vehicles Ambulance Equipment Police Equipment Police Building Improvements Police Vehicles Flood Control & Dyking ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - Sanitation PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE Cemetery REGIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACC Site Development 3,115,350 SOURCE OF FUNDS - ANNUAL OPERATING RESERVES DEBENTURE SALES OTHER 3,115,350 Departmental Use Only 2,188,100 1,846,500 Adopted by Resolution of Council 4,634,000 2,195,000 13,978,950 42,000 3,073,350 2,188,100 1,846,500 4,634,000 2,195,000 2,188,100 1,846,500 975,000 4,634,000 2,195,000 975,000 13,978,950 TOTAL 42,000 13,936,950 42,000 70,000 1,000,000 500,000 1,570,000 475,000 975,000 500,000 45,000 30,000 400,000 483,000 325,000 690,000 310,000 142,000 275,000 338,000 42,000 10,000 106,000 275,000 228,000 100,000 100,500 72,000 146,000 55,000 150,000 21,000 100,000 21,000 345,300 355,000 7,000 208,000 1,253,300 42,000 231,000 206,500 776,000 150,000 513,000 400,000 2,283,000 975,000 500,000 42,000 49,350 15,000 95,000 40,000 650,000 417,000 580,000 100,000 14,800 222,000 50,000 105,000 75,000 761,000 900,000 30,000 94,150 237,000 350,000 115,000 3,308,000 2015 2016 2017 2018 TOTAL Operating

SOURCE OF FUNDS Reserves 94,150 237,000 350,000 115,000 3,308,000 Debenture Sales Other

1,253,300 231,000 206,500 776,000 150,000 513,000 400,000 2,283,000 975,000 500,000

1,570,000

975,000 13,936,950

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FIVE YEAR CAPITAL EXPENDITURE PROGRAM

2014 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES DRAINAGE FLEET SERVICES Off road equipment replacements Garage equipment Vehicle replacements greater than 1 ton Vehicle replacements less than or equal to 1 ton Vehicle attachments Transit bus replacements Fleet additions STREETS SIDEWALKS LANES Equipment Intersection improvements New sidewalks Street construction Street reconstruction Bridges AIRPORT TRANSIT RECREATION & CULTURAL SERVICES Centennial Auditorium Sportsplex Golf Course Parks Plan Trails/ Walkways Expansion Trails/ Walkways Reconstruction Youth Center Equipment Other Parks, Playgrounds and Pools 215,000 1,005,000 400,000 120,000 100,000 100,000 94,000 35,000 12,126,100 SOURCE OF FUNDS - ANNUAL OPERATING RESERVES DEBENTURE SALES OTHER 550,000 6,468,600 5,000,000 107,500 12,126,100 96,000 40,000 100,000 200,000 190,000 1,100,000 1,220,000 516,100 46,000 1,549,000 5,000,000

2015

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (Mark Priority 1, 2, 3, etc.) 2016 2017 2,500,000 629,000 525,000 398,500 30,000 3,815,000 250,000 3,700,000 1,543,000 2,551,000 845,000

2018 3,000,000 1,175,000 65,000 1,391,000 650,000

TOTAL 26,200,000 6,767,000 130,000 6,456,000 3,030,600 76,000 3,815,000 250,000 40,000

Operating

SOURCE OF FUNDS Reserves Debenture Sales 15,700,000 6,767,000 130,000 6,456,000 3,030,600 76,000 3,815,000 250,000 40,000 685,000 1,086,000 989,625 10,500,000

Other

12,000,000 1,871,000 65,000 769,000 621,000

135,000 286,000 1,640,000 15,000,000 40,000

250,000 200,000 799,625 1,000,000 1,700,000

200,000 200,000 1,570,000 200,000 2,230,000

685,000 1,086,000 989,625 7,540,000 15,000,000 1,836,000 2,865,000

4,675,000 7,500,000 136,000 7,500,000 1,700,000

217,000 210,000 170,000 80,000 100,000 100,000 135,000 33,439,000 1,190,000 21,140,500 3,500,000 7,608,500 33,439,000

204,000 675,000 85,000 560,000 100,000 100,000 35,000 9,791,125 450,000 5,539,125 2,000,000 1,802,000 9,791,125 Adopted by Resolution of Council

170,000 210,000 155,000 70,000 100,000 100,000 37,000 15,516,000 1,022,000 14,409,000 85,000 15,516,000

100,000 125,000 220,000 130,000 100,000 100,000 30,000 9,516,000 925,000 8,541,000 50,000 9,516,000

906,000 2,225,000 1,030,000 960,000 500,000 500,000 94,000 272,000 80,388,225 TOTAL 4,137,000 56,098,225 10,500,000 9,653,000 80,388,225 272,000 4,137,000 500,000 500,000

453,000 2,225,000 1,030,000 960,000

453,000

94,000

56,098,225

10,500,000

9,653,000

Departmental Use Only

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CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (Mark Priority 1, 2, 3, etc.) 2014 WATER AND SEWER SERVICES Operations Equipment Lift Station Upgrades Meter Reading Equipment Booster Station Upgrades WTF Disinfection Upgrade WWTF Combined Treatment WTF Filters & Media Replacement WTF Boiler / Ventilation WTF Intake Structure Chemical Feeder WTF Chemical Storage WTF Emergency Water Supply Utility Services Street Reconstruction WTF Master Plan WTF Capacity Upgrade Elevated Water Tower Watermain Replacement Program New Watermains New Wastewater Sewers 300,000 650,000 100,000 4,500,000 4,500,000 5,000,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 2,000,000 5,000,000 1,500,000 2,650,000 19,100,000 1,500,000 420,000 560,000 140,000 2,200,000 150,000 1,560,579 30,000 400,000 2,500,000 850,000 900,000 140,000 530,000 3,250,000 3,500,000 250,000 806,400 1,600,000 1,600,000 3,500,000 7,400,000 2,366,979 3,230,000 400,000 5,750,000 3,050,000 900,000 1,790,000 1,790,000 750,000 400,000 200,000 20,000 20,000 200,000 20,000 2015 2016 2017 2018 TOTAL Operating

SOURCE OF FUNDS Reserves Debenture Sales Other

200,000

7,000,000 806,400 3,230,000 400,000 5,000,000 3,050,000 900,000 1,560,579

2,650,000 19,100,000

3,180,579 SOURCE OF FUNDS - ANNUAL OPERATING RESERVES DEBENTURE SALES OTHER 3,180,579 Departmental Use Only 870,000 650,000 1,660,579

11,690,000 860,000 2,830,000 8,000,000 11,690,000

8,540,000 690,000 3,350,000 4,500,000 8,540,000 Adopted by Resolution of Council

12,016,400 1,210,000 5,806,400 5,000,000 12,016,400

12,930,000 830,000 3,600,000 8,500,000 12,930,000

48,356,979 TOTAL 4,460,000 16,236,400 27,660,579 48,356,979

4,460,000

16,236,400

27,660,579

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SCHEDULE 1 Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

Last Year Budgeted

Last Year Actual 197,046

This Year Budgeted

Next Year Budgeted

RESERVE NAMEAccommodation Tax Affordable Housing Ambulance Andrews Field Brandon Municipal Airport 8th Street Bridge Capital Development Centennial Auditorium Civic Services Complex Clare Avenue Extension Cumulative Benefits Disposal Site (Sanitation) E911 Equipment Elections Fire Fighting Equipment Fire Vehicles Flood Control Gas Tax Kirkcaldy Heights Land Acquisition Large Event Library / Arts Building Machinery and Equipment Major Events Hosting Municipal Building Municipal Building Maintenance Office Equipment Parks Perpetual Care Police Equipment Police Vehicles Professional Fees Protective Services Buildings Recreation Centre Snow Clearing Social Development Sportsplex Storm Sewer Traffic Control Devices Transit Equipment Transit Gas Tax 26th Street South of Maryland 290,000 385,200 278,000 385,200 200,000 300,000 200,000 300,000 5,000 140,000 385,200 255,000 200,000 500,000 5,000 128,000 385,200 25,000 100,000 50,000 250,000 49,996 310,000 350,546 167,870 167,870 100 54,849 310,000 359,540 55,000 400,800 348,233 58,200 385,000 348,233 250,000 85,000 450,000 2,558,800 2,763,800 2,745,329 21,894 50,000 3,164,383 176,742 100,000 2,265,632 135,100 6,286,435 2,265,632 50,000 20,000 50,000 50,000 20,000 60,000 20,000 50,000 202,963 100,000 4,633,632 75,000 75,000 20,000 50,000 202,963 200,000 2,265,632 76,520 50,000 30,000 25,000 76,520 50,000 30,000 25,000 76,520 100,000 60,000 25,000 125,000 125,000 179,578 5,000 5,000 200,000 76,520 200,000 60,000 75,000 200,000 250,000

TOTAL RESERVE APPROPRIATIONS - to page 5

7,531,306

14,331,563

10,242,677

9,814,131

Schedule 1

SCHEDULE 2 Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES - BORNE BY GENERAL FUND PROJECT / ITEM Community Alerting System Expansion Ride-on Mower Replacements (3) Walkways / Trails Expansion Walkways / Trails Reconstruction Fence Compound Storage Floor Concrete DEPARTMENT Emergency Preparedness Operations - Parks Operations - Parks Operations - Parks Operations - Parks Operations - Parks 42,000 35,000 100,000 100,000 15,000 10,000

Total - Capital Borne by General Fund - to page 13

$302,000

Schedule 2

SCHEDULE 3 Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES - BORNE BY UTILITY FUND PROJECT / ITEM Water Revenue Watermain Replacement Master Plan Water Treatment Facility DEPARTMENT

Development Services Development Services

300,000 200,000 500,000

Wastewater Revenue

Total - Capital Borne by Utility Fund - to page 13

$500,000Schedule 3

SCHEDULE 4 Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES - BORNE BY GENERAL RESERVES PROJECT / ITEM 8TH STREET BRIDGE REPLACEMENT Design AIRPORT Development Plan CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT Street Construction - 19th St N, Hilton to McGregor CENTENNIAL AUDITORIUM Fire Safety Improvements Washroom Improvements Replace Plaza Paving Pads at NW Corner CIVIC SERVICES COMPLEX Fuel Tank Replacement DISPOSAL SITE (SANITATION) Lechate Well E-911 CAD Mapping Module Uninterrupted Power Supply DIKING & FLOOD CONTROL Long Term Flood Protection EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT Dump Truck Replacement (6) Fire Truck Sewer Cleaner Fleet Addition - Sanitation Rock Truck Grader Replacement (1) Loader Replacement (3) Tandem Truck Replacement (2) Street Sweeper Replacement (1) Fleet Addition - Sanitation Excavator Loader Replacement (1) Shuttle Truck with Water Tank 1/2 Ton Replacement (5) Trackless Replacement (2) Cargo Van Replacement with Sewer Camera Cube Van Replacement (1) Hybrid Car Replacement (4) 1 Ton Replacement Fleet Addition - Pickup Trucks for Planning (2) Forklift Replacement (1) Boiler Replacement (1) Roller Replacement (1) FIRE EQUIPMENT Fleetnet radio upgrade Automated Staff Callout System Toughbook replacements (3) FIRE VEHICLES Pumper replacement Fire Vehicles (3) GAS TAX REBATE PROGRAM Intersection Improvements - 17th St E / Richmond Ave E Street Construction - Tracey St / Sycamore South Street Construction - 19th St N, Hilton to McGregor Street Construction - Pacific Ave, 22nd to 26th New sidewalks for arterials and collectors Widen Kirkcaldy Dr - South Side Conservation to Cater SECTION

Engineering & Planning

100,000 100,000

Airport

120,000 120,000

Engineering & Planning

60,210 60,210

Community Development Community Development Community Development

72,000 10,000 10,000 92,000

Civic Building Maintenance

350,000 350,000

Environmental Health

30,000 30,000

Emergency Communications Emergency Communications

25,000 3,500 28,500

Engineering & Planning

975,000 975,000

Fleet Services Airport Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Airport Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services

860,000 622,000 475,000 450,000 375,000 326,000 308,000 250,000 250,000 235,000 202,000 190,000 142,000 134,000 122,000 120,000 115,000 70,000 64,500 30,000 16,000 5,356,500

Fire Fire Fire

113,000 40,000 21,000 174,000

Fleet Services Fleet Services

550,000 105,000 655,000

Streets, Sidewalks, Drainage Streets, Sidewalks, Drainage Streets, Sidewalks, Drainage Streets, Sidewalks, Drainage Streets, Sidewalks, Drainage Streets, Sidewalks, Drainage

4,000,000 688,000 329,790 300,000 200,000 125,000 5,642,790

Total - Capital Borne by General Reserves - subtotal

13,584,000Schedule 4

SCHEDULE 4 Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES - BORNE BY GENERAL RESERVES (cont'd) PROJECT / ITEM Total - Capital Borne by General Reserves - subtotal forward DEPARTMENT 13,584,000

MUNICIPAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE Replace City Hall Elevator Control System

Civic Building Maintenance

90,000 90,000

OFFICE EQUIPMENT Server Upgrades/Replacement Mobile Atlas Digital Mail Machine Photocopier Printer/Scanner Tablets (4) PARKS Recreation Hub - Rideau Park Recreation System Develop & Upgrades - Playgrounds Green Space Development - Master Plan Recreation System Develop & Upgrades - Paddlepools Recreation System Develop & Upgrades - Senior Baseball Recreation System Develop & Upgrades - Senior Football POLICE EQUIPMENT In-Car Camera System Mobile Work Stations (14) Property Elevator Pistol Replacements & Rifles Police Service Dog & Training Ballistic Vests CAD Mapping Module Encryption Upgrade Bullet Proof Blanket/Shield Taser Replacement Uninterrupted Power Supply POLICE VEHICLE Police Services Vehicle Replacements - Patrol (3) Police Services Vehicle Replacements - TRU (1) Police Services Vehicle Replacements - Supervisor (1) Police Services Vehicle Replacements - Bylaw (1) PROTECTIVE SERVICES BUILDING MAINTENANCE Fire Hall #2 - Curb Replacement RECREATION CENTRE Building & Land Research and Design Trim & Surround Mower Cart Path Paving Drainage & Landscaping Bunker Rake Ball Washers Snack Shack Roof Replacement SPORTSPLEX Washroom Upgrades Renovation Design Front & Rear Entrance Steps Replacement Arena Compressor Overhaul STORM SEWER Drainage Master Plan

Information Technology Engineering Clerks Clerks Human Resources Engineering

125,000 25,000 20,000 10,000 7,000 5,000 192,000

Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks

700,000 70,000 70,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 900,000

Police Police Police Police Police Police Emergency Communications Police Police Police Emergency Communications

160,000 100,000 80,000 75,000 40,000 37,000 25,000 17,500 6,000 5,000 3,500 549,000

Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services Fleet Services

174,000 125,000 65,000 50,000 414,000

Civic Building Maintenance

7,500 7,500

Golf Course Golf Course Golf Course Golf Course Golf Course Golf Course Golf Course

75,000 40,000 20,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 8,000 188,000

Sportsplex Sportsplex Sportsplex Sportsplex

125,000 85,000 60,000 25,000 295,000

Streets, Sidewalks, Drainage

250,000 250,000

Total - Capital Borne by General Reserves - to page 13

16,469,500Schedule 4

SCHEDULE 5 Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES - BORNE BY UTILITY RESERVES PROJECT / ITEM Water Distribution Reserve 3rd Street Dam Replacement WTF Emergency Water Supply Storage Shelter Truck Mount Valve Operator DEPARTMENT

Development Services Development Services Operations Operations

1,338,000 705,000 22,000 75,000 2,140,000

Wastewater Reserve Anaerobic Basin Cover Replacement Cargo Van Replacement with Sewer Camera

Development Services Operations

1,200,000 100,000 1,300,000

IWWTF Equipment Replacement Reserve Anaerobic Basin Cover Replacement

Development Services

300,000 300,000

Total - Capital Borne by Utility Reserves - to page 13

$3,740,000Schedule 5

SCHEDULE 6 Municipality of The City of Brandon For the Year Ending 31 December 2013

GENERAL RESERVES - TRANSFERS TO GENERAL OPERATING FUND PROJECT / ITEM To fund payment to Tournament of Champions To fund repairs to bleachers To fund potential severance liabilities To fund general street reconstruction projects To fund street resurfacing operating account To offset street and curbing projects in operating fund Obligation re sale of Fleming property Subdivision tree planting To fund traffic signal signalization study RESERVE Accomodation Tax Andrews Field Cumulative Benefits Gas Tax Rebate Gas Tax Rebate Gas Tax Rebate Land Acquisition Parks Traffic Control 15,000 60,000 75,000 745,000 600,000 340,000 50,000 45,000 50,000

Total - Reserve Transfers to General Operating Fund - to page 13

$1,980,000Schedule 6

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