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									   2012 Business Plan
Operations and Development Services
2011 Successes
•   North Lougheed Land Use Study
•   New Zoning Bylaw
•   Secondary Suites Legalization
•   Adaptable Housing Policy & Regulation
•   New Pesticide Bylaw
•   New ½ time Bylaw Enforcement Officer
•   Water Meter Replacement/Upgrades Initiated
•   South Bonson Land Sale EOI
•   Lougheed Highway Sound Fence
•   Haney Main No. 1 abandoned
•   Synchronization of traffic signals with CP rail crossing
•   Speed Reader signs
2011 Successes cont’d
Speed Reader Signs
Park Road
Readings          Covert     Display On
Average           40 km/hr   38 km/hr
85th Percentile   55 km/hr   45 km/hr
Highest           95 km/hr   85 km/hr
Significant Issues & Trends
• Transportation
  – Harris and Lougheed Intersection
  – Pedestrian & cycling safety
  – Accessibility
  – Shifting traffic volumes
     Significant Issues & Trends cont’d
                      Regional Plan Compliance



       RGS                                                     SWMP

North Lougheed Special          LWMP                Disposal Costs/Tipping Fees
Study Area
                                                    Diversion Rates
Garden/Secondary            Treatment Costs
                                                    Organics
Suites
                            Private sewer lateral
                            inspections             Wood waste
Housing Action Plan
                            Rates and charges       EPR
New Regional Context
Statement
Significant Issues & Trends cont’d
• Development – Construction Value 2002-2012
    90

    80

    70

    60

    50

    40

    30

    20

    10

     0
         2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012
Significant Issues & Trends cont’d
• Development – Planning Revenue 2006-2012
     70000


     60000


     50000


     40000                                             Permits
                                                       Subdivision
     30000                                             Rezoning


     20000


     10000


         0
             2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011
Significant Issues & Trends cont’d
• Enforcement Revenue 2002 - 2012
     60000



     50000



     40000



     30000



     20000



     10000



         0
             2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011
 Significant Issues
 & Trends cont’d
• Storm Drainage Utility
   – Vegetation Management
      • Aquatic Invasive species
   – Aging Infrastructure
   – Grants
   – Public Expectations
Significant Issues & Trends cont’d
                          Katzie
                          Slough
Significant Issues & Trends cont’d
• Storm Drainage Utility
 Significant Issues
 & Trends cont’d
• Water Utility
   –   Consumption
   –   Metering/Billing
   –   Rates/Life Cycle Costing
   –   Backflow Prevention
   –   Quality Control
 Significant Issues
 & Trends cont’d
• Sewer Utility
   – Wet Weather
     Infiltration
   – Fats, Oils & Grease
     Build Up
   – Regional Treatment
     Plant Upgrades
   – Regional Treatment
     Costs
2012 Actions
•   North Lougheed Land Use Plan
•   Rannie Road Negotiations
•   Urban Bee Keeping Policy Review
•   RFP for South Bonson Land Sale
•   Cross Connection Control Program Roll out
    (multi-year)
• Fleet Management Policy
• Garden/Secondary Suite Program Roll Out
    (multi-year)
     2012 Actions
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     • Regional Plan Compliance Related Actions
       – Housing Action Plan
       – Regional Context Statement
       – Organics Collection/Solid Waste Education
       – Garbage & Recycling Development Permit Area
         Guidelines for MF
       – Private Sewer Lateral Inspection Process
       – Demo & Building Permit Recycling Regulations
     2012 Actions
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     • Capital Highlights
        – Drainage
            •   McKechnie Drainage Area Improvements – Carry Forward
            •   Baynes Road Pump (1) Replacement
            •   Katzie Slough Environmental Review/Slough Cleaning Protocol (Multi-year)
            •   Design for Pump Station No. 4 Replacement
            •   GEB Culvert Deficiencies - Ongoing
        – Fleet
            • Utility Truck Replacement
            • Service Truck Replacement
            • John Deere Mower Replacement
        – Sanitary Sewer
            • 114B Sewer Lift Station Replacement
            • Sanitary Sewer Condition Video
            • SCADA Upgrades (Multi-year)
     2012 Actions
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     • Capital Highlights
       – Roads
          • Kennedy Road Repave (Lougheed to Ferry Slip Road)
          • Thompson Road Bridge Replacement
       – Water
          •   Blakely Road Water Main Replacement (120B to 119th St)
          •   Rural Water Meter Replacements (Multi-year)
          •   Ford Road Water Main Replacement (191B to 188th Avenue)
          •   Sheridan Hill Booster Station Replacement
          •   Unilateral flushing modeling software
Proposed Operating Budget
                                    2011
                                  Projected        2011         2012           2013         2014         2015         2016
                                   Actual         Budget       Budget         Budget       Budget       Budget       Budget

  Operating:
  Revenues
   Bylaw Enforcement              $     178,000 $ 142,600 $ 161,000 $ 161,000 $ 161,000 $ 161,000 $ 161,000
   Animal Control                        23,000     23,000    23,000    23,000    23,000    23,000    23,000
   Development Services                 396,000    267,676   284,578   288,749   293,004   297,345   301,772
   Operations - Transportation          510,000    370,200   395,200   395,200   395,200   395,200   395,200
   Equipment - Internal Charges         533,700    593,000   596,434   599,631   612,780   621,431   638,728
   Dyking Levies                         18,000     18,600    18,600    18,600    18,600    18,600    18,600
     Total Revenues                   1,658,700  1,415,076 1,478,812 1,486,180 1,503,584 1,516,576 1,538,300
                                                  $ Change $     63,736 $        7,368 $     17,404 $     12,992 $     21,724
                                                  % Change        4.5 %          0.5 %        1.2 %        0.9 %        1.4 %

  Expenditures
   Bylaw Enforcement                    119,000     142,600      152,491        155,416      158,399      161,441      164,554
   Animal Control                        11,400      11,648       11,881         12,118       12,360       12,606       12,859
   Development Services               1,159,000   1,220,479    1,246,622      1,268,303    1,288,880    1,309,866    1,331,270
   Operations - Administration          197,600     208,372      213,372        217,641      221,993      226,433      230,960
   Operations - Transportation          967,300     967,014      973,086        991,550    1,010,380    1,029,589    1,049,180
   Equipment Maintenance                351,000     389,947      396,110        396,074      403,998      412,076      420,321
   Dyking Maintenance                   177,000     180,250      181,003        184,624      188,317      192,083      195,925
     Total Expenditures               2,982,300   3,120,310    3,174,565      3,225,726    3,284,327    3,344,094    3,405,069
                                                  $ Change $     54,255 $       51,161 $     58,601 $     59,767 $     60,975
                                                  % Change        1.7 %          1.6 %        1.8 %        1.8 %        1.8 %

  Net Operating Expenditures      $ 1,323,600 $ 1,705,234 $ 1,695,753 $ 1,739,546 $ 1,780,743 $ 1,827,518 $ 1,866,769
                                                  $ Change $      (9,481) $     43,793 $     41,197 $     46,775 $     39,251
                                                  % Change         (0.6)%        2.6 %        2.4 %        2.6 %        2.1 %
Decision Packages


• Pedestrian Activated Signal       $80,000
  – Harris Rd/Civic Centre


• Bikeway and Pedestrian Master Plan $35,000
Decision Packages Cont’d

    Weekly Curbside Organics Collection
Option 1   Contractor provides carts        $21 per
                                            household

Option 2   City provides the carts          $23 per
                                            household
Option 3   Status Quo                       $14 per
           (no organics)                    household
Option 4   Bi-weekly Garbage                $2 per
           City provides the Carts          household

Assumptions: mid-year start in 2012; carts amortized over
10 years; no longer subsidize drop–off green waste
Solid Waste Disposal Costs
• Disposal
  – Regional tipping fees - $223,100/year

    Regional Tipping Fee Forecast

    2008 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
    $68 $97 $107 $121 $153 $182 $205
Decision Packages Cont’d
Organics Collection
• ISWRMP
 Develop and implement
 work plan for diversion
 of organics including
 food waste from all
 sectors by:
  SF              2012
  MF & ICI        2015
                 2015?
          2012
ISWRMP
Vision
  TODAY
Cost Scenarios for Residential Organics
• Collection - Scenario 1
  – Weekly Garbage/ Recycling/Organics
     •   Contractor provides totes and delivers
     •   2 year contract extension required
     •   Disposal costs reduced due to diversion
     •   Green waste disposal no longer subsidized
     •   Includes enhanced public education budget
     •   Mid year start up in 2012

     • An additional $21 per household per year
Cost Scenarios for Residential Organics
• Collection - Scenario 2
  – Weekly Garbage/ Recycling/Organics
     •   City purchases totes and contractor delivers
     •   Capital cost of totes amortized over 10 years
     •   No contract extension – new contract 2014
     •   Green waste disposal no longer subsidized
     •   Includes enhanced public education budget
     •   Mid year start up in 2012

     • An additional $23 per household per year
Cost Scenarios for Residential Organics
• Collection - Scenario 3
  – Status Quo – No Curbside Organics Collection
     •   Service levels remain the same
     •   No offset for cost of disposal
     •   Green waste drop–off subsidy continues
     •   New contract in 2014

     • An additional $14 per household per year
Cost Scenarios for Residential Organics
• Collection - Scenario 4
  – Bi-weekly Garbage; weekly Recycling/Organics
     •   City purchases totes and contractor delivers
     •   Capital cost of totes amortized over 10 years
     •   No contract extension
     •   Disposal costs reduced due to diversion
     •   Green waste disposal no longer subsidized
     •   Includes enhanced public education budget

     • An additional $2 per household per year
   Decision Packages Cont’d
        Weekly Curbside Organics Collection
   Option 1    Contractor provides carts           $21 per
                                                   household     + $5

   Option 2    City provides the carts             $23 per
                                                                 + $5
                                                   household
   Option 3    Status Quo                          $14 per
               (no organics)                       household
   Option 4    Bi-weekly Garbage                   $2 per        + $5
               City provides the Carts             household

   Assumptions: mid-year start in 2012; carts amortized over
   10 years; no longer subsidize drop–off green waste
To continue to subsidize green waste drop-off would need to charge an additional $5 per household
Discussion

								
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